And now here's what OU head coach had to say about each of these three.
"Keenan's maturation as a player was impressive. He made himself a stronger and faster player and developed into someone that we had to have on the field. The fact that he began his career as a safety then moved to a linebacker gave him a lot of versatility. It made it possible for him [to] double at times as our nickel back, a real luxury, especially against hurry-up offenses."
"Dominique had a knack for the big play, and he made several for us that changed the tone of a game. He covers well, tackles well and is extremely dangerous with the ball in his hands. I think he'll grow into an outstanding corner in the NFL and will only increase his value with the skills he also possesses on special teams."
"You won't find a bigger heart than the one in Brody Eldridge. He attacks on every play. Brody is a devastating blocker and a guy who has really honed his receiving skill. He looked very good catching the ball on Sam Bradford's pro day. We viewed Brody as one of our most valuable players so I am very happy that he is getting this opportunity."