The Sooners received their third commitment in three days Monday when Texas high school wide receiver Dannon Cavil flipped to OU.
Cavil had been committed to California since last month. Before that, he was committed to Ole Miss.
Cavil (6-foot-5, 205 pounds) is the Sooners' 20th commitment for the 2013 class and the fourth wide receiver.
“Recruiting has been a BLESSING and a curse. Im (sic) glad its all over,” Cavil tweeted before tweeting that he'd committed to the Sooners.
Rivals.com reported the commitment switch not long before Cavil's announcement.
Cavil's commitment, combined with Young's, likely signals the end of the Sooners' involvement with Laquon Treadwell, the nation's top wide receiver prospect, according to Rivals.com.
Treadwell visited Norman in December and was in Stillwater over the weekend for a visit to Oklahoma State.
He's expected to announce his decision Thursday, with Ole Miss being the favorite, while OSU and OU were also listed in his top three.
Rivals reported Monday night that the Sooners and Treadwell had “parted ways.” Cavil, from San Antonio's James Madison High, is expected to enroll later this week and go through spring practice with the Sooners.
OU also has commitments from wide receivers Austin Bennett (Manvel, Texas), Jordan Smallwood (Jenks) and K.J. Young (Perris, Calif.).
Young committed to the Sooners on Sunday, a day after Garland, Texas, defensive tackle Charles Walker committed.
GOODMAN CLARIFIES WEEKEND TWEET
Four-star prospect Tahaan Goodman visited Oklahoma last weekend, and one tweet the Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., safety posted Friday night sent some of Sooner Nation into a frenzy.
“Wow don't even got a host ... smh weak,” tweeted Goodman, who Rivals.com ranks as the nation's fourth-best 2013 safety.
Sunday, Goodman (6-foot-2, 185 pounds) told Rivals that the host issue had nothing to do with OU coaches.
“They had someone (as) my host but he just left; we had him in the restaurant so I just didn't have (a host),” Goodman said. “I guess a lot of the players weren't there, because they were still back home or whatever with their families. I think I had one and then he just left.”
Goodman said he wound up hanging out with senior-to-be Roy Finch.
“He kind of helped me out,” Goodman told Rivals. “I hung out with him and he showed me around.”
Goodman went on to say he loved the coaching staff, the possibility of early playing time excites him and he's intrigued by OU's solid record of sending defensive backs to the NFL.
STOOPS BROTHERS TAKE TO TULSA
With a big recruiting weekend behind them, Sooners coach Bob Stoops and defensive coordinator Mike Stoops went to Tulsa on Monday to visit a pair of players who are already committed and at least one 2014 target.
They visited Sooners wide receiver commitment Jordan Smallwood at Jenks before going to Tulsa East Central, to visit defensive back commit Stanvon Taylor.
Smallwood isn't the only recruit the Sooners are after at Jenks.
They've already offered Trojans junior safety Steven Parker. Parker also has offers from Alabama, Oklahoma State and Tulsa.
RUSSELL NOT IN NORMAN YET
When asked last week about junior-college transfer defensive tackle Quincy Russell, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops hesitated before answering.
Russell signed with Oklahoma in December — meaning Stoops shouldn't be barred from talking about the three-star prospect — but he told reporters he'd stick to the statement he issued upon Russell's signing.
Monday, when OU began classes for the spring semester, the reasoning behind Stoops' hesitance became a little clearer. Russell apparently has yet to enroll at Oklahoma, according to a people search on the university's website.
Rivals.com reported that Russell took a couple intercession courses at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas, but is still expected to arrive in Norman soon.
Russell (6-foot-3, 300 pounds) originally signed with Texas out of high school, but was forced to go the junior-college route because of academic issues.
The day after Russell signed with Oklahoma, Stoops told reporters that he was a "huge difference maker" and that coaches were excited about him.
The Sooners' defensive line, which struggled through most of the 2012 season, was senior-dominated, meaning Russell could start immediately and contribute next season.