Instead, they're going after more.
Kendall Wright of Pittsburg, Texas, confirmed Thursday that the Sooners offered him the previous night.
"Honestly, I don't know what I'm going to do yet, but I was excited to get the offer," he said.
Wright, a three-star recruit, is rated the No. 75 wide receiver in the country, but was recruited as an athlete most likely to play on the defensive side.
"He's an outstanding athlete on both sides of the ball," said Pittsburg head coach Robert Manley. "He's got great speed, quickness and agility."
So far this season, Wright has rushed 103 times for 873 yards and eights scores; he's completed 97 of 158 passes for 1,060 yards and eight TDs against six interceptions; he's also caught three passes for 66 yards.
Defensively at cornerback, he's got 23 tackles, two picks and two fumble recoveries, both of which he's returned for touchdowns.
Wright stands 6-feet tall, is 180 pounds and runs a 4.4.
Wright said he may come to Norman for this weekend's game against Baylor.