Tulsa Washington's Dominique Alexander is committed to Arkansas as a safety.
But the Razorbacks' uncertain coaching situation could make Alexander open to other offers.
Alexander landed a big one Tuesday, when he reported an offer from Oklahoma.
The Sooners are recruiting Alexander as a linebacker.
Alexander, No 12 on The Oklahoman's Super 30 list of the state's top recruits, also has offers from Kansas State, Oregon State, Texas Tech and Tulsa, among others.
Alexander is one of two state players committed to the Razorbacks, joining Edmond Santa Fe's Khari Harding.
Alexander becomes the fifth state player for the 2013 class to be offered by the Sooners. Each of the other four — Tulsa Union's Dalton Rodriguez, Jenks' Jordan Smallwood, Tulsa East Central's Stanvon Taylor and Southmoore's D.J. Ward — have committed to OU.
UNBEATENS TO MEET AT CRESCENT
A pair of unbeaten Class A teams will meet up when No. 7 Crescent hosts No. 8 Cashion Thursday night.
And the matchup pits two of the top passers in Class A, with Crescent's Preston Walker and Cashion's Ty Reasnor.
Walker has completed 107 of 152 passes for 1,416 yards with 20 touchdowns and five interceptions, while Reasnor is 76-of-120 for 1,208 yards with 15 TDs and one interception.
WOOD, JELLEY NAMED ALL-AMERICANS
Edmond North junior Hayden Wood and Jenks senior Brendon Jelley have been named honorable mention Rolex Junior All-Americans by the American Junior Golf Association.
Wood had two top-five finishes, finishing second at the Under Armour/Hunter Mahan Championship, and tied for fifth at the Western Junior Championship. He is currently No. 36 in the Polo Golf Rankings.
Jelley, who is committed to Oklahoma State, is No. 48 in the Polo Golf Rankings.
MUSTANG'S HELMS HAS STRONG SHOWING IN ARKANSAS
Defending 6A state girls cross country champion Emily Helms of Mustang may be peaking at the right time.
On Saturday, Helms finished fourth in the 5K at the prestigious Chile Pepper Cross Country Festival in Fayetteville, Ark., which featured more than 400 high school runners from across the region.
Helms' time was 18:25 in the 3.1-mile race. Mustang coach Mike McGarry called it Helms' best race of the season.
“Her confidence is up and she ran well,” he said.
On the boys' side, Alex Shook of Edmond Memorial was the top high school runner from Oklahoma, finishing 11th overall with a time of 16:08.
Both Mustang's girls and Edmond Memorial's boys are the two top-ranked cross country teams in Class 6A and will compete Saturday in Norman at the regional meet.
The top seven teams and the next top seven individuals qualify to the state meet, Oct. 27 at Edmond Santa Fe High School.
CARSON COMMITS TO NEW MEXICO
Tulsa East Central linebacker Kimmie Carson, No. 10 on the Super 30 list, made his commitment official Monday, announcing on Twitter that he had committed to New Mexico.
Carson was the highest uncommitted player on the list.
Lawton MacArthur running back Darius Graham, No. 11 on the list, is now the highest uncommitted player.
Lobos tight ends coach Derek Warehime is a former Choctaw High and University of Tulsa standout.
New Mexico is coached by former Notre Dame coach Bob Davie.
NORMAN NORTH-PC NORTH GAME TO AIR ON NEWSOK
A key District 6A-3 battle between Norman North and Putnam City North will be broadcast live on NewsOK.com at 7 p.m. Friday night from Putnam City Stadium.
Norman North is 4-0 in district play, and could put itself in the driver's seat for the 6A-3 title with a win. At 3-1 in the district, PC North could pull into a tie at the top and keep itself in the hunt for the crown as well.
The broadcast, produced by ZPreps.com, can be found at NewsOK.com/Sports.