Sooners camp Day 2 recap

News and notes from Day 2 of Sooners camp

The Oklahoma two-day on-campus camp is in the books. And although it felt like the calm before the storm of OU’s elite camp Wednesday, there were still some names to watch and some storylines to follow.

Sooners Illustrated was there for both days and here’s a recap of the second day in Norman.

Tune puts on a show

There’s always one or two recruits that show up the second day and with this camp it was 2018 Lewisville (Texas) Hebron QB Clayton Tune.

Tune is waiting for that first offer, but he showed why he’s well on his toward earning that a lot sooner than later. Tune’s brother said interest is there from schools like Oklahoma State and Texas A&M, and if Tune can perform as well as he did Sunday, the offers should come his way.

Offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley spent a lot of time with Tune and put him through the absolute ringer. One throw after another after another, and he never blinked.

Tune fared well throwing to receivers and then finished strong during the one-on-one portion of the morning event.

Houston invasion of Norman continues

Though he never made an appearance at the camp itself, can confirm Houston Bellaire Episcopal five-star defensive tackle Marvin Wilson did make it to Norman and is on his unofficial visit.

He’s not the lone Scout 100 prospect from the Houston area at OU right now as Galena Park (Texas) North Shore DE K’Lavon Chaisson is also in town.

Houston has been the story of the weekend, whether it’s visitors like Wilson, Chaisson and Keondre Coburn or performers like Donovan Stiner and quarterback Will Brown.

Déjà vu with the trio

Of the top four performers from Saturday, three of them were two-day campers and absolutely nothing changed regarding how well they fared Sunday.

2018 prospects Sean Shaw, Jordon Austin and Will Brown all built off successful first days and carried it with them into the final day.

Shaw received a lot of one-on-one coaching from OU players and coaches alike, while Austin continued to show how physical he is in locking down receivers.

The two-day camp is simply the matinee for OU’s camp week with the main attraction happening Wednesday evening in Norman for OU’s elite camp.


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