Sooners offer potential late riser in 2024 receiver Bryant Wesco

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It seems that Brent Venables’ focus on hosting camps and bringing in talent to showcase themselves in front of Oklahoma’s staff is paying dividends. The Sooners continue to offer players who shine bright at these camps and their latest offer goes to 2024 wide receiver Bryant Wesco.

Wesco is very new to the recruiting process but he has two other Big 12 offers from TCU and Texas Tech.

Wesco stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 180 pounds. While the playmaker is very lightly recruited as it stands right now, continued success in the summer camp and 7-on-7 circuit that carries over to his high school season will likely see his star grow even brighter.

 

Wesco’s film shows an explosive, hands catcher that loves out breaking routes where his long strides allow for him to create yards of separation between he and his defender. With Jeff Lebby’s known penchant for receivers over 6’2, Wesco absolutely fits that mold, and can still keep growing.

The offer to Wesco marks the ninth offer to a receiver for the class of 2024. Cale Gundy looks to be the primary recruiter in this race for the Sooners and Gundy’s no stranger to recruiting wide receivers in the state of Texas as names like CeeDee Lamb, Theo Wease, and Marvin Mims were all recruited by Gundy to OU.

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