Last season's wide receiver class came to Norman highly heralded.
The two receivers who have committed to the Sooners so far this season aren't as highly thought of as a group, but Jenks' Jordan Smallwood and Manvel (Texas) receiver Austin Bennett have been solid.
Smallwood, who came on strong over the summer to earn an Oklahoma offer, had a big game in the Trojans' 46-14 win at Putnam City on Thursday night.
Smallwood had a 40-yard touchdown catch on the first drive of the season have and finished with eight catches for 135 yards.
Bennett came up with some big plays in the Mavericks' 42-28 win over Pearland.
Bennett had a 42-yard touchdown catch late in the first half.
Another potential wide receiver in the class, Tulsa East Central's Stanvon Taylor, had five catches for 72 yards and a touchdown in the Cardinals' win.
THOMAS, COLLEYVILLE HERITAGE ROLL
Oklahoma quarterback commitment Cody Thomas and Colleyville (Texas) Heritage cruised Friday night, beating Carrollton Turner 70-0.
Thomas threw for 228 yards and four touchdowns without being intercepted.
Heritage led 28-0 after one quarter with Thomas throwing touchdown passes of 45 and 37 yards.
Thomas and the Panthers have clinched a Class 5A Division II playoff berth and will finish the regular season Friday at Hurst Bell.
THREE MONTHS SINCE COMMITMENT
After hosting a long list of visitors last week in a loss to Notre Dame, the Sooners have yet to pick up a commitment.
Oklahoma has gone more than three months without any players committing, since Hatari Byrd pledged to the Sooners on July 31.
The Sooners are one of only two Big 12 teams not to have a player commit in October.
TCU's last commitment came Aug. 5.
The Sooners had a similar spell last season, though, going from July 24 (Charles Tapper) to Nov. 28 (Chaz Nelson) without anyone committing.
After Nelson, though, Oklahoma added 12 more recruits.