OKPreps tour revisited: Part V

Final installment looks at six more OKPreps prospects who stood out in the 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***

Mustang DT Deontre Thomas

Committed to Nebraska, and it’s clear to see what the Huskers coaches see in him. Any knock at all about his lack of height and weight at defensive tackle is wiped away by his never-ending motor and pursuit of the ball. Able to get off blocks and move in space, Thomas seems to have a bright future ahead no matter what his positon ends up being.

Tulsa Memorial DE/OLB Isaiah Thomas

This was one OU fans wanted to know about. Thomas is absolutely everything you want going forward with a legitimate 6-foot-5 frame that can add 30-40 pounds without even breaking a sweat. Thomas was dominant when saw him at practice, and then later committed to the Sooners less than two weeks after that. He’s firmly entrenched with SoonerSquad17.

2018 Moore Southmoore QB Casey Thompson

Thompson’s month has been one you dream about with offers from Ohio State and OU, among others. He just seems to be in a different place than every other quarterback in the state. Combining for more than 50 touchdowns rushing and passing as a sophomore, it’s scary to think what he can produce this season. Appears to be OU’s top guy at quarterback for 2018.

2018 Moore Southmoore OT Brey Walker

OU’s lone commit for the 2018 class right now, and he showed why many believe he could be a five-star recruit next year. Saw him at Southmoore, Mustang Metro Team Camp and OU’s elite camp, simply put – he’s not afraid to compete. Walker was brilliant throughout this spring and is seriously starting to put it all together as to what he can do at tackle.

Moore Southmoore ATH Quian Williams

Williams was a wild card following a quality junior season. All he has done is improved his game since that point and now the offers are starting to flow. Like others at Southmoore, still stuff to be determined among whether or not he’s a receiver or defensive back. But he’s made sure he’s a name to recognize now and in the future.

2018 Tulsa Union WR Adrian Wilson

Able to check out Wilson for a couple of times at Union and OU’s elite camp. Wilson doesn’t have a lot of size, but he’ll be among the fastest you’re going to find in 2018. He was able to see the field at Union as a sophomore, and the receiving trio of Wilson, C.J. Moore and Tre Brown this year should really allow him to excel and put up big numbers and make big plays.


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