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Fall camp begins next week, and the 2022 college football season is less than five weeks away, but recruiting never stops.
The Sooners have had a big month of July, putting themselves in a position to finish with one of the best classes in the 2023 cycle and potentially their best class in the modern recruiting era.
At No. 6 in the 247Sports team recruiting rankings, OU still has several more prospects that could join their already stellar class, including Jacobe Johnson, Makari Vickers and David Hicks. They’re not done yet.
The Sooners spent this week hosting players across several recruiting classes for Brent Venables’ Football Camp and the Party at the Palace. Camps have paid huge dividends for the Sooners this summer, helping them find players such as Keyon Brown and Jasiah Wagoner, recent 2023 commits.
At this week’s camp, several high school freshmen earned offers from the Oklahoma Sooners: Cornerback Devin Sanchez, wide receiver Daylan McCutcheon, athlete Terrance Edwards, linebacker Noah Mikhail, and safety Anquon Fegans.
Brent Venables and his coaching staff place a premium on face-to-face interactions and on-field evaluations. The camps they’ve been hosting this summer have proven an invaluable resource as they look to build the program for the present and the future.
Devin Sanchez, 2025 CB, North Shore
After a great day and camp at The University of Oklahoma I’m blessed to receive an offer from The University of Oklahoma @OU_Football @JayValai @CoachVenables @CJVogel_TFB @CharlieS_TFB @NSNationFB @RivalsNick @WillTurboff @MikeRoach247 @jacorynichols @JLottScout pic.twitter.com/8aCD1y2xAd
— Devin Sanchez (@Devin2416) July 28, 2022
Daylan McCutcheon, 2025 WR Lovejoy
After a great camp and conversation with @CoachVenables I’m truly blessed to receive an offer from the University of Oklahoma!! #BoomerSooner @OU_CoachGundy @coach_jackson49 @ChrisRossLOJO @Coach_Lavender @leopardfootball pic.twitter.com/GOPsA2lKpW
— Daylan McCutcheon (@daylanmccutch11) July 28, 2022
Terrance Edwards, 2025 ATH, Richmond, Virginia
— Terrance “Deuce” Edwards (@edwards_deuce) July 28, 2022
Noah Mikhail, 2025 LB, La Verne, California
Humbled and grateful to receive an offer from the University of Oklahoma! Thank you @CoachVenables @JayValai @CoachTedRoof @OU_Football #BoomerSooner #OUDNA @JR_Sandlin JP Losman @BOHIFootball @prowaytraining pic.twitter.com/oyR3cyoc4q
— Noah Karim Mikhail 6’3” 205 lbs LB ‘25 (@noahmikhail3) July 26, 2022
Anquon Fegans, 2025 S, Alabaster, Alabama
Blessed to receive an ⭕️ffer from the University of Oklahoma @JayValai @CoachToddBates @CoachXBrew @DatGuyTM @fegans_jaquese @AFegans @Antwonfegans2 @FegansTan @BHoward_11 @coach_fuqua @TDJohnston42 @Trip7ERA pic.twitter.com/ztJnlGWWZI
— Anquon “Newboy” Fegans ✪ (@FegansAnquon) July 29, 2022