OKPreps tour revisited: Part II

Part II of the OKPreps tour revisited continues with six more prospects who looked good this last month.

The camp season is over for Oklahoma. Following two weeks of practices and two weeks of camps, summer has officially arrived for the Sooners.

Sooners Illustrated hit the road as much as possible in the last four weeks and will look at six top prospects every day this week as to who stood out the most in the last month.

***Alphabetical order***

2018 OKC McGuinness OT Owen Condon

Able to see Condon in back-to-back weeks at the Mustang Metro Team Camp and at OU. Condon went one step further by traveling to OU’s satellite camp Thursday afternoon. Condon is a name to watch, for sure, when talking about the 2018 class at offensive line. Already with multiple offers, Condon stands out for his size and how lean he makes 300 pounds look like.

Bixby DT Brendon Evers

Committed to Oklahoma State, Evers stated his case as the state’s best defensive tackle with his showing at the Mustang Metro Team Camp. He simply wouldn’t be denied and has a motor that is so hard for offensive linemen to contend with. Knocking on the door of four-star status, Evers has done everything right since end of his junior season.

Midwest City S Evan Fields

No prospect in the state has transformed his body more in the last year than Fields. Now filled out at safety, the offers aren’t going to stop flowing in. Saw him at Mustang Metro Team Camp and so did Arizona State as the Sun Devils made the leap and offered him. Only disappointment was not being 100 percent healthy to compete at OU’s elite camp.

2018 Tulsa Union S Patrick Fields

Got a glimpse of Fields at Union’s practice but really watched what he could do at OU’s elite camp. The in-state class at safety for 2018 is going to be a scary bunch, and Fields is right there with the best of them. First two offers are in the books, including getting one on the spot from Arkansas State, who watched him in Norman.

Moore WR Emmit Grayson

Grayson is another example that it’s not always the highly touted prospects that shine when it’s time to compete. Saw Grayson at OU’s elite camp, and he was sensational, arguably the best wide receiver prospect among a nice group. Good blend of height and size, he’ll be one to watch when it comes to offers here in next few months.

2019 Tulsa Booker T. Washington ATH Daxton Hill

Booker T. has a few names to watch as underclassmen, but it sure looks like Hill is going to be the cream of the crop when it’s all said and done. OU coaches Kerry Cooks and Mike Stoops spent a lot of time with Hill at the elite camp, and he certainly performed up to expectations. Too early for offers? Debatable, but definitely one to circle going forward.

Here was Part I of the list:



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