The trend was a lot different this year for Oklahoma’s elite camp. Perhaps too many recruits on campus last year, the Sooners opted for a much smaller group.
With less than 100 recruits in attendance, it was much easier to get a grasp on who was out there and who showed what they could do in the two-hour session.
Here is a look at some of the best offensive performances with their photos from the camp as seen by Sooners Illustrated.
2018 Tuttle OL Hunter Anthony
This was the one wanted to see. Heard a lot about Anthony but had yet to see him in person. OK, he’s not a second tier big lug. Anthony is right in there with the aforementioned trio and is a legit 6-foot-7 and more than 300 pounds. He already has an offer from Iowa State, and there’s no doubt he is far from done in that department. Can’t stress enough just how talented the offensive tackle bunch for the state is going to be for 2018.
2018 Bixby OL Bryce Bray
Another day, another solid outing by Bray. Again, there’s no glaring weakness to his game, and he’s right there with the rest of the group at offensive tackle. It will be very intriguing to see where his recruitment goes from here and when it finally takes off. Because when it does, look out, it’s going to be an avalanche of offers and interest.
Del City WR Cecil Cole
Cole was another hadn’t seen in person and now understand why he’s getting multiple Division I looks. Cole already has offers from Arkansas State, North Texas and Wyoming, and you know it couldn’t have hurt him to have coaches from Arkansas State out there to watch him perform in a setting like that.
2018 OKC McGuinness OL Owen Condon
Heading into spring, everybody knew Condon had the size to be among the state’s best and schools were definitely seeing the potential with offers. But the spring taught us a lot more about Condon and why his stock is certainly going to soar in the months ahead. You can’t teach his size, and as we’ve stressed before, he’s among the slimmest 300-pounders you’re ever going to meet. Wednesday was a nice night for Condon.
Moore WR Emmit Grayson
The breakout star of the camp even if no offer comes from the day. This was a showcase outing for Grayson, who is one of many now being trained by former OU fullback J.D. Runnels. Grayson has the size, showed the strength, displayed his hands, really couldn’t have done anything more than what he did when given his opportunity.
Tulsa Union WR Kyre Richardson
Richardson was another interesting watch. Was able to see him at The Opening regional in Dallas but really got to see his game Wednesday evening. Intrigued to see what ends up being his position when it’s all said and done. At a legit 6-foot-2, perhaps a focus on defensive back could help, really not sure. A lot of talent at Union, and Richardson could be headed toward a Kameron McQueen-like breakout year.
2018 Moore Southmoore OL Brey Walker
You could put a big duh on this one. Walker, OU’s lone commit for the 2018 class, decided to not just show up in Norman but to participate. You knew two years ago he was on the verge of something big, and it’s all coming together right now. This is one heck of an offensive linemen group in the state for 2018 with Walker leading the charge. He looks a lot more comfortable at the position and lived up to the billing Wednesday evening.
Moore Southmoore ATH Quian Williams
Stop me if you’ve heard me say this before. A tremendous athlete from Southmoore with no clue at all as to what position he should play at the next level. Williams, like Gervarrius Owens and Quindon Lewis, is simply someone who is going to make plays. He was at receiver at OU’s camp, but he could have just as easily been on the other side at defensive back.
2018 Tulsa Union WR Adrian Wilson
Wilson’s size is going to deter some schools, but when you watch that speed, it becomes awfully hard to back away. This season will be huge for Wilson, especially playing receiver with Tre Brown (OU commit) and fellow 2018 wide receiver C.J. Moore. It’s an unheard of talented trio at one position for one school and should really help Wilson blossom and develop as a player.