Is the Class of 2014 crop of in-state talent the best Oklahoma has seen since 2006? With six recruits in the ESPN Watch List, it’s shaping up to be a busy recruiting year in the Sooner State. For the next three weeks, SoonerNation is going to profile the OKPreps’ 14 for ’14: a look at some of the top names and where they stand with OU.
QB Coleman Key (Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow, 6-4, 199)
2012 stats: 129-of-234 for 1,510 yards with 16 touchdowns, 6 interceptions.
Sometimes you’re born in the wrong year. If you’re a Texas high school defensive back, it’s tough to become noticed for the Class of 2014. With 15 defensive backs in the ESPN Watch List, it’s a loaded group.