OU targets: 5-stars who remain uncommitted

Recruiting coverage at SoonersIllustrated is going strong as we look to bring fans the latest in Oklahoma recruiting news. Today, we look at some of the nation's top players who have not made the call. Where does Oklahoma stand?

This upcoming recruiting class for Oklahoma is a solid one. Not long ago, the Sooners made it to the top of Scout.com's recruiting rankings. But Oklahoma is not done. Here are a few more big boys who have not made a commitment.

Oklahoma in the Mix

Darius White, WR, Fort Worth Dunbar
Scout.com has a recent update on White (6-4, 195) and he is not showing a hand as to who's on top or not. One thing that could be known, is that Oklahoma is clearly in the hunt. He is supposed to sit with his coach and start getting some visits together. Texas Tech, Oklahoma State, Florida, Oklahoma and USC are just some of the many possibilities. There is a good chance White will show his face in Norman before the year is out, but this is one we need to keep a close watch. 

Kyle Prater, WR, Proviso West
Whether he is listed as a soft commit or whatever the case may be, Prater (6-5, 205) wants to take a couple visits to make sure he wants to be on the West Coast. The in-state Illinois program will get another visit, this time official. Then, he will make his way down down to catch some Sooner action.

Kenny Stills, WR, La Costa Canyon
Latest updates show that Stills (6-1, 175) is still set on taking all five of his official visits. In this case, Oklahoma is in just as good a position as any other Penn State, Florida, Tennessee and California are some of the others in contention. As of late, it seems like he and Palmdale ATH Joshua Shaw may trip to Norman together. All are close friends including running back Brennan Clay, who is a Sooner commit.

Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Plano West
Not a lot of public information here as well, but Jeffcoat (6-4, 235) will likely do all homework before making the call. Looking over updates over time, Houston, USC, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona State and Florida seem to be the somewhat unofficial finalists. Where he ends up, no one knows. With most of these schools he has a connection in some way to them. I don't this recruitment will go all the way to signing day, but more Jeffcoat will likely get a few more visits in first. 

Long Shot, but still in it

Seantrel Henderson, OL, Cretin Derham Hall
As with some of the others on the list, Henderson (6-8, 310) has not been speaking much on the subject of favorites. Of course, he does have over 40 offers to choose from which can't make things too easy. USC, Florida, and Ohio State are said by many to be somewhat the leaders, but schools like Minnesota, Notre Dame and Michigan. Also, it has been published that he may be on hand for the Red River Rivalry against Texas. It's worth a look right?

Lache Seastrunk, RB
Seastrunk has kept things quiet on his end as well and claims to be open to most of the schools that have offered him. At one or more times during his recruitment Auburn, Baylor, Florida, LSU, Oklahoma, Texas and USC have been mentioned. It is a mystery for how this one may play out. 

Out of the Loop
Jeff Luc, LB, Treasure Coast
Luc (6-1, 240) is one of the best, and though he holds a Sooner offer, it seems as though he will stay in state with either Florida or Florida State.

George Uko, DL, Do Lugo
Speaking of staying in state, all signs are pointing towards Uko (6-4, 297) staying on the West Coast with California and USC playing it close for his services.

Malcolm Jones, RB, Oaks Christian 
Same goes for Jones (6-0, 215) holding down the West Coast. Stanford and UCLA will be the two battling it out for this power back.

5-Stars In-House (Commits)
Blake Bell, QB, Bishop Carroll
Justin McCay, WR/OLB, Bishop Miege

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