Oklahoma Sooners: George Adeosun

Four-star cornerback L.J. Moore (Fresno, Calif./Central East) was never the No. 1 target on Oklahoma’s board. And he was never the No. 1 favorite among Sooners fans.

But a little after 5 p.m. CT, Moore saved the Sooners day by signing with OU.

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Dakota AustinDamon Sayles/ESPNCornerback Dakota Austin committed to the Sooners over the weekend and signed on Wednesday.
Welcome to SoonerNation's live coverage of national signing day for the Oklahoma Sooners. We'll be with you throughout the day providing up-to-the minute updates on OU's class of 2013.

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After a crazy month, there isn’t too much drama for Oklahoma heading into national signing day. There is a little bit, though.

The Sooners will enter Wednesday morning with 23 commits, and the goal is to close with 25 signees.

Four candidates, two spots. Who will the Sooners get? Here's a look at the four targets still alive on OU’s board for signing day.


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NORMAN, Okla. -- It might have taken a while to get there, but Oklahoma almost has all of its puzzle pieces in place to wrap up its 2013 recruiting class.

Less than 72 hours away from national signing day, there are a few loose ends to tie. For the most part, however, there won’t be nearly as much drama as it looked like there could be a couple of weeks ago.


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NORMAN, Okla. -- We've hit the stretch run for the Sooners' 2013 recruiting class. And while so much of Oklahoma’s class has been decided, there is still much to settle by Feb. 6.

Heading into this final weekend before national signing day, here are OU’s top targets still left on the board:


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NORMAN, Okla. -- With everybody looking for instant gratification, it’s tough to view the weekend as a success for Oklahoma.

But it was even if it doesn’t feel like it for fans.


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Offensive tackle George Adeosun (Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta) started the weekend as a William & Mary commit. Oklahoma fans were hoping he would end the weekend as a Sooners commit.


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In the stretch run, and while so much of Oklahoma’s class has been decided, plenty more will happen in the next two weeks.

Top targets are changing on almost a daily basis, but heading into the weekend here are OU’s top 10 targets left on the board.


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Offers rising for Adeosun, sleeper OL 

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During an interview with George Adeosun (Alpharetta, Ga./Alpharetta), a funny thing happened. It started out like any other, with the 6-foot-5, 300-pound offensive lineman giving his thoughts on his first two BCS offers -- Virginia and Oklahoma.

“Oklahoma is notable for its alumni association, and Virginia is well known for its academics,” Adeosun said.

But toward the end of his answer, a familiar sound occurred as a tweet was sent out. It was from his coach.


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