It's no surprise that Oklahoma's Saturday night game against Notre Dame drew a large number of visitors.
Among the large group expected was Chandler (Ariz.) Hamilton cornerback Cole Luke.
The 6-foot, 165-pound Luke has offers from a large group of schools from across the country, including OU, Notre Dame, Oregon State, Arkansas, Michigan, Nebraska and Texas among others.
He took a visit to Notre Dame on Sept. 21 and visited Austin in early October.
The Sooners also had a few visitors who are committed elsewhere, including Woodbridge (Va.) C.D. Hylton linebacker E.J. Levenberry, who is committed to Florida State, and Tulsa Washington's Dominique Alexander, who is committed to Arkansas.
Norman's Zach Uhles, who is committed to Tulsa, was also among the visitors.
There were also quite a few junior visitors, led by Olathe (Kan.) South offensive tackle Braden Smith.
Smith has offers from both Oklahoma and Notre Dame, as well as Michigan, Kansas State, Nebraska, South Carolina and Texas among others.
Also among junior visitors were Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen, Keller (Texas) Timber Creek cornerback Cedric Dale and Dallas Skyline offensive tackle Ty Barrett.
Barrett's offers include Ole Miss, Texas Tech and West Virginia.
COMMITS VISIT NORMAN
Safety Hatari Byrd of Fresno (Calif.) Central East was the only player committed to the Sooners who used the game against the Fighting Irish for his official visit, but several others came to Norman on unofficial visits.
That group included Tulsa East Central's Stanvon Taylor, who turned in a huge game on both sides of the ball in the Cardinals win over Tahlequah on Friday night.
Taylor was joined by Tulsa Union's Dalton Rodriguez and Jenks' Jordan Smallwood.
Cody Thomas, a quarterback who has committed to OU, was expected to make an official visit for the game but did not make the trip.
IRISH OFFER CLARK
Douglass junior defensive end Deondre Clark already has an offer from the Sooners and was expected to be among the visitors Saturday night.
But Clark was also the beneficiary of some opportune recruiting by Notre Dame.
Fighting Irish safeties coach Bob Elliott was at the Trojans' win over Harrah on Friday night and extended an offer.
Clark also recently received offers from Arizona and Baylor recently.
TREADWELL CANCELS VISIT
Crete (Ill.) Monee wide receiver Laquon Treadwell was expected to be in Norman for Saturday night's game.
But the No. 1 wide receiver in the nation, who has both OU and Oklahoma State among his favorites, was not able to make the trip.
Treadwell's team had a game scheduled for Saturday.
Treadwell has not scheduled another visit to Norman.