It's been a busy and exciting week in Oklahoma high school football recruiting, with news seeming to break every day.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State both landed top in-state commits, and other major prospects added offers from elite programs.
And the cycle isn't slowing down anytime soon.
Those who follow recruiting have seen it coming. The 2014 class is destined to be one of the state's strongest in years.
Highly targeted prospects at the top, and depth of Division I talent below them.
Cameron Batson is the perfect example. The Millwood receiver didn't crack the top 20 in The Oklahoman's first Super 30 recruit rankings for 2014, released in February.
But since then, the 5-foot-9, 165-pound speedster picked up three major offers and verbally committed to Texas Tech on Sunday.
A week ago, OU picked up Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen, and on Saturday, OSU added its second Broken Arrow player with linebacker Gyasi Akem.
And this class keeps bringing coaches from the country's best programs to Oklahoma.
Douglass defensive end Deondre Clark and Jenks defensive back Steven Parker continue to pile up offers from all across the country, with two-time defending national champion Alabama pursuing both.
Same goes for Norman North quarterback David Cornwell, who shot up into the top 25 of the latest ESPN recruit rankings last week.
But the strength of the class extends beyond the few prime choices at the top.
There are players like Edmond North workhorse Michael Farmer, who is committed to Arizona State, and Broken Arrow quarterback Coleman Key with his long frame and live arm.
Another, Jenks defensive back Dylan Harding, keeps gaining interest, as does Yukon offensive lineman Tyler Bowling.
Bishop McGuinness quarterback Jacob Lewis was the buzz of the Nike SPARQ combine in Dallas a couple weeks back, posting some of the best all-around numbers of anyone in attendance.
Here's what adds to the intrigue of this class: Every year at this time, there are a half-dozen or more Division I prospects that haven't yet emerged as such.
They begin to show themselves in team camps and summer combines, before they're suddenly rising up the ranks and pulling in scholarship offers.
For those of us who follow recruiting, it's going to be quite a show.
For those who don't get too juiced up by the recruiting game, at least know you'll have some talented players to watch on Friday nights in the fall.