- Bob Przybylo, Reporter, RecruitingNation
NORMAN, Okla. -- Before the 2011 season started, Oklahoma had made early offers to less than 10 recruits in the 2013 class. Entering Saturday's junior day, that number is now close to 30.
Every spot has been addressed with multiple offers across the board, except at quarterback. At the most important position, the Sooners haven't rushed into anything.
That could change this weekend as a few of the nationa's elite signal-callers are expected to be on campus. And with Landry Jones graduating after the 2012 season, signs point to the Sooners targeting two quarterbacks for the class.
Oklahoma is hosting its first junior day on Saturday where some of the nation's top 2013 prospects will be in attendance.