Jason Hannan, considered the top center prospect in the country coming out of high school in 2007, will leave Oklahoma and transfer to another school.
Hannan, out of Waxahachie, Texas, was recruited to be the heir to four-year starter Jon Cooper at center. But this spring, Hannan fell behind redshirt freshman Ben Habern on the depth chart and was working with the second team at both guard and center. Out of high school, Hannan was recruited heavily by Houston, which could be a choice of transfer. The Cougars are coached by former Sooner assistant Kevin Sumlin. Colorado State transfer walk-on Brian Lepak is now backing up Habern at center.
Sooner legends to meet in flag football clashPrior to the April 11 Red-White Spring Game, past Sooner greats like Tony Casillas and Brian Bosworth will be on the field squaring off in the first Varsity O Legends Flag Football Classic. Eighteen ex-Sooners will return. One team will be coached by ex-OU coach Barry Switzer, and the other will be coached by former All-American running back Joe Washington. The rosters include: Casillas, Bosworth, Charles Thompson, Stephen Alexander, Greg Moyer, Patrick Fletcher, Trent Smith, Renaldo Works, Ryan Daniel, Antonio Perkins, Wes Sims, Paul Thompson, D.