Landry Jones: B+
The sophomore quarterback was 17 of 34 for 211 yards and two touchdowns. He looked sharp much of the day, even with soggy conditions, and his numbers would've been even bigger had his receivers held onto the ball a bit better.
What happened to sunny and 70? This was supposed to be the spring game. The chilly, rainy conditions made it feel like anything other than spring.
With the less-than-favorable conditions, it's hard to believe anyone showed up. But 16,481 hearty souls braved the conditions to watch an intrasquad scrimmage. Should they be considered admirable or crazy? Maybe a bit of both.
Trent Ratterree: A-
The junior tight end showed some improved pass-catching abilities, making four catches for 41 yards and one touchdown. After Jermaine Gresham's injury last season, the Sooners lacked a tight end who could make plays with the ball in his hands. Ratterree may help fill that void next season.
Jeremy Beal: A
The senior defensive end was sometimes overlooked on a star-studded defensive line last season. That may change next season. Beal had five sacks Saturday, serving notice that he can get to the quarterback regardless of who he's playing with.
Ryan Broyles and Kenny Stills look like the favorites to start the opener. Both showed big-play abilities Saturday, Broyles catching four passes for 69 yards and Stills catching six for 84 yards and one touchdown. But despite their stellar play, the rest of the receivers were so-so. Drops remain an issue, a problem that needs to be corrected after last season.
By Jenni Carlson