Sooner Snapshot: WR Trey Metoyer

January, 26, 2012
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Name: Trey Metoyer

Position: Receiver

Height, Weight: 6-foot-2, 195 pounds

Hometown/School: Whitehouse, Texas/Hargrave Military (Va.)

Committed: March 12, 2010

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John Albright / Icon SMI Oklahoma receiver commit Trey Metoyer was unable to qualify in the fall, but is expected to be on the field in 2012.
Scout grade: 81. Four-star prospect.

Scout rankings: NR (Prep school)

Picked OU over: Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Nebraska.

State of the position: Kenny Stills, Trey Franks and Kameel Jackson are the main receivers returning but OU badly needs difference makers at receiver. The Sooners final three games without Ryan Broyles showed how badly they could use playmaking receivers.

Pros: “The more you watch this guy the better he gets. Given Metoyer's size, strength, speed and playmaking ability he has all the physical attributes you would like in today's wide receiver. He is a player physically capable of taking over a game and he makes plays in all three phases of the passing game.” - ESPN analyst

Cons: “He is not always the smoothest receiver-- will show some tightness in the hips at times, but he is strong and very difficult to handle one-on-one in the open field even if he does not make you miss you still have to tackle him.” - ESPN analyst

Similar to/potential role: Kenny Stills. Metoyer could play a similar role to Stills as an outside receiver who can stretch defenses and also get opportunities to make plays after the catch.

Expected impact: 2012. Another talented receiver who should force himself onto the field. Metoyer has good size and speed and will have spring football to transition into the offense.

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