College football recruiting: Players from the 2013 class who could play right away
Find out which signees could provide immediate help for Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and some of the two schools' future opponents.
A look at the 2013 Signing Day acquisitions who could see playing time right away:
Hatari Byrd, DB
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With Tony Jefferson and Javon Harris gone, the four-star prospect from Fresno, Calif., will have a chance to take a starting safety spot as a true freshman.
Quincy Russell, DT
The Sooners need help at defensive tackle. The transfer from Trinity Valley Community College, who sports a 6-3, 311-pound frame, could immediately help.
Marcell Ateman or Ra'Shaad Samples, WR
The Cowboys' Air Raid spread offense needs a bevy of receivers, and Ateman and Samples give them a pair of four-star prospects from Texas.
Sam Wren, DE
With the loss of departed seniors Ryan Robinson, Nigel Nicholas and Cooper Bassett, Wren is likely to immediately compete for a starting role. The transfer from Arizona Western Community College is already enrolled at OSU and will participate in spring football.
Kent Perkins or Darius James, OL, Texas
The two four-star prospects could compete for early time up front. According to Rivals, Perkins is the highest-rated recruit in the Big 12 at No. 41 overall.
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