Brooks hasn’t seen any game action in two years on campus but showed his skills in April’s spring game. He could be a solid change-of-pace guy, and also could make an impact in the return game.
Every time they were asked about Joe Mixon this summer, OU coaches were quick to point out Perine’s impressive weight-room strength. Is that enough to get him playing time in 2014?
Like Brooks, Smith hasn’t seen any game action yet as a Sooner. Considering all the inexperience in the backfield, Smith could earn some playing time this season.
Everyone compares him to Trey Millard — and there certainly are similarities — but Flowers’ athleticism could make him even more dangerous than Millard was in the passing game.
The former walk-on earned a scholarship after the 2012 season and has been a tough, reliable piece of the Sooners’ offense.
Uhles walked on at OU after beginning his collegiate career at Pittsburg State.
By Jason Kersey