Oklahoma football recently hauled in a 2018 recruiting class that ranked second in the Big 12 and ninth in the nation. Although the main focus for Oklahoma recruiting has turned to the Class of 2019, it’s never too early to look further down the road — especially when one of the best prospects in the nation has the Sooners on his radar.
Per 247Sports’ Alex Gleitman, defensive end Bryan Bresee — the No. 1 prospect in the Class of 2020 —recently said that he would relish the opportunity to visit Norman, Okla., to see what the Sooners have to offer.
“I want to see Oklahoma and Wisconsin,” Bresee told Gleitman. “Those are the two I haven’t seen that I want to see.”
Breese said that he’ll likely make a final decision about his college choice at the end of his senior season of high school based on “whatever feels like home.” The 6-foot-5, 280-pound prospect from Damascus, Md., already has offers from Ohio State, Georgia, Michigan and Penn State, among others.
Oklahoma currently has three verbal commits for its 2020 recruiting class. Tackle Andrew Raym is the highest-rated prospect in the group. Raym is ranked the No. 1 player in Oklahoma and the No. 39 overall prospect in his class, per the 247Sports composite rankings.
Early predictions have Bresee headed to Ohio State. Of course, a visit to Oklahoma could change that and perhaps give the Sooners another win over the Buckeyes.