Edmond Santa Fe defensive end Michael Onuoha, who has scholarship offers from Missouri and Oklahoma, will visit Columbia, Mo., this weekend.
Onuoha will follow that up with a visit to Oklahoma the next weekend, which is just days before National Signing Day on Feb. 1.
Onuoha had planned to visit Oklahoma on the weekend of Jan. 13, but decided to push it back so he could visit the Norman campus when school is in session.
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound lineman received his offer from Missouri in early December.
He was injured for much of his junior year, but burst on the recruiting scene with a strong performance at OU's summer camp. The Sooners offered Onuoha on Jan. 4.
NEAL AT 62 IN FINAL RIVALS100
Rivals.com released its final Rivals100 list of the country's best 100 prospects.
The only Oklahoma or Oklahoma State commitment ranked is Oklahoma wide receiver commit Durron Neal, who comes in at No. 62.
The St. Louis product committed to the Sooners in June.
Plenty of Sooners targets are high on the list, led by Springfield (Mo.) Hillcrest wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who remained in the top spot.
Lakewood, Wash., offensive tackle Zach Banner (6-9, 310) came in at No. 16.
Banner, who will visit USC this weekend, will choose between the Trojans, Sooners and Washington after the visit. Despite telling a Seattle television station he would choose between USC and OU, Banner said earlier this week that Washington was still in the mix.
Wide receiver Nelson Agholor, who visited Norman in mid-December, is No. 18 on the list.
No state high school players were selected for the Rivals100 list.
JACOBS ENJOYS VISIT TO OSU
Four-star linebacker Seth Jacobs, of Arroyo Grande, Calif., enjoyed his visit to Oklahoma State last weekend but is still weighing his options, he told Rivals.com.
Jacobs was hosted by linebacker Shaun Lewis and he and his parents met with coach Mike Gundy at the end of the visit.
“He just wanted to answer any questions me or my parents had and ... tell me how important I was to them as a recruit,” Jacobs told the website. “He's a great guy and he's real genuine just like everybody else in their program.”
Jacobs has said he won't commit until signing day. He has already visited Arkansas and Arizona State, and still has visits scheduled to Colorado and UCLA.
STOOPS VISITS BROOKS
Sooners head coach Bob Stoops was in Texas on Tuesday, making an in-home visit with Port Lavaca Calhoun athlete and OU commit Daniel Brooks.
Brooks is likely to get an initial shot at playing running back when he arrives in Norman, but there is a chance he could end up at defensive back.