The University of Oklahoma football team's top commitment has yet to qualify academically.
But Trey Metoyer's father, David, told The Oklahoman on Tuesday his son, arguably the nation's No. 1 high school wide receiver, "is well on his way to qualifying.”
Metoyer is working on bringing up his ACT score, which is the only holdup.
Metoyer, rated the No. 1 wideout by Scout.com, is one of the highest-rated players to commit to OU in the Bob Stoops era.
The last three years at Whitehouse (Texas) High, Metoyer was dominant, finishing his senior season with 108 catches, 1,540 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns while leading Whitehouse into the playoffs.
Assuming he does qualify, Metoyer will be a monster addition next season to an already dangerous OU passing offense, and could eventually compete for a starting role at WR alongside Ryan Broyles and Kenny Stills.