Cornerback Brandon Beaver of Compton, Calif., planned on being one of the Sooners' official visitors this weekend.
But Beaver never made it to Norman.
“PostPoned my OU trip...still going tho,” Beaver posted on Twitter, although he later removed the tweet.
ESPN.com reported the issue was a communication breakdown with the departure of Brent Venables. Beaver said he was trying to schedule a mid-week visit to Norman before signing day.
He's scheduled to visit Arizona next weekend. Beaver has already visited Nebraska, Utah and Washington.
Another corner, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Gibbs' Gary Simon, is expected to visit Norman beginning Sunday and had an in-home visit with Bob and Mike Stoops last week.
SOONERS TARGET DECOMMITS FROM A&M
San Antonio Brandeis cornerback Colin Blake, who visited Oklahoma in mid-December, withdrew his commitment to Texas A&M on Saturday, making the decision public via Facebook.
“I will no longer be playing football at Texas A&M next year,” Blake posted. “I hope all the aggie fans and supporters out there can respect my decision and understand that it's my life and I need to do what's best for me. God bless.”
Blake (6-foot-3, 185 pounds) is high school teammates with longtime Sooners commit Kyle Marrs, an offensive lineman.
Blake committed to A&M in early September but still took official visits to OU, Florida State and, this weekend, TCU.
He said the TCU visit would be his last before signing day.
Former Sooners commit De'Vante Harris, also a cornerback, committed to Texas A&M last week.
WILLIAMS, PRICE SCHEDULED FOR WEEKEND VISIT
Initially, the Sooners didn't expect much action recruiting at running back.
Jenks' Alex Ross committed early and Daniel Brooks, another early commit, was going to get a shot at the position.
But with several transfers and the injury to Dominique Whaley, the position has been a point of emphasis of late.
That paid off last week with the commitment of Illinois high school running back David Smith.
Not long after Smith's commitment, Akeel Lynch eliminated the Sooners, who were thought to be looking for one high school and one junior college back to add to their class.
The junior college back might be Arizona Western Community College's Damien Williams, who is expected in Norman this weekend.
Williams (6-foot-1, 215 pounds) has visited Arizona State and Arkansas and has a Texas Tech visit scheduled before signing day
Joining Williams as an official visitor this weekend is South Florida tight end commitment Sean Price (6-4, 232).
Recruiting attention for Price has picked up considerably of late with OU and Georgia getting into the mix.
NINE COMMITS MAKE RIVALS250
While wide receiver Durron Neal was the only Oklahoma commit listed on RIvals.com's final list of its top 100 prospects in the country, the Sooners fared much better in the final Rivals250.
Nine OU commitments made the list, led by Neal at No. 62.
Others on the list included Sterling Shepard (131), John Michael McGee (137), Alex Ross (144), Ty Darlington (163), Trevor Knight (179), Taylor McNamara (189), Derrick Woods (216) and Eric Striker (243).
DGB VISITS ARKANSAS
Springfield, Mo., wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, widely regarded as the country's top player, has been hesitant to miss basketball games this season but took the weekend to visit Arkansas.
Despite reports earlier in the week that Green-Backham had eliminated Alabama from consideration, leaving him to decide between Arkansas, OU, Missouri and Texas, Hillcrest coach John Beckham told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that wasn't the case.
“His final five has not changed,” Beckham, also Green-Beckham's adopted father, said in a text message to the paper.
OU's already crowded wide receiver class might make it difficult to lure Green-Beckham.