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FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: February 5, 2013

Here's a timeline of The Oklahoman sports staff's coverage plans for National Signing Day on Wednesday:

7:30 a.m.: Hurst, Texas

L.D. Bell defensive end Vili Leveni and offensive lineman Jesse Robinson will sign with Oklahoma State. While Robinson, 6-6, 275, has long been a part of the Cowboy class, Leveni was the latest piece added. The 6-foot-4, 250-pound defensive end flipped on his Utah commitment over the weekend, shoring up a position of immediate need for the Pokes.

8:30 a.m.: Norman

At Norman North, linebacker Jordan Evans, 6-3, 205, will sign with Oklahoma, following the footsteps of his father, Scott Evans, who starred at OU in the late 1980s. Down the road at Norman High, offensive lineman Zac Uhles will sign with Tulsa. The 6-foot-4, 260-pound Uhles was part of a workhorse line that opened holes for the Tigers' run game, led by Imond Robinson. The running back will sign with Arkansas Tech.

9:30 a.m.: Westmoore

While Nick Hardaway is heading to OU as a preferred walk-on, five other Jaguars will be signing letters of intent, including Josh Morgan and Jhames West, each signing with East Central in Ada.

10:30 a.m.: Midwest City, Del City and Irving, Texas

Washington State coach Mike Leach always liked to pluck a few Okies when he was coaching at Texas Tech, and he's hitting the state again, despite being much farther away. Midwest City offensive lineman Carlos Freeman will sign with the Cougars. At Del City, athlete Corey Lawrence is heading northwest as well, signing with Oregon State. Irving (Texas) High's Jaxon Salinas is actually one of the smaller offensive linemen in OSU's signing class, despite measuring 6-4, 290.

11:30 a.m.: Oklahoma State

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