There had been rumblings in recent days that the Oklahoma football coaches were looking for a late addition (or two apparently) to their 2013 recruiting class. Prior to Thursday afternoon, that focus was believed to be on the defensive side of the ball but it appears they had their sights set on an offensive player as well.
According to Fullerton College's (CA) Twitter feed and Bob Przybylo of ESPN's Sooner Nation, 2013 junior college offensive lineman Andrew "Tony" Feo (VIDEO) has signed (not just committed, important distinction for obvious reasons) with the University of Oklahoma.
To be perfectly honest, other than his film (see above) there really isn't much out there on Feo in terms of an evaluation. He appears to be a very athletic guy who moves well in space and has good feet. Needs to add some weight, assuming he will arrive this summer that shouldn't be an issue. Will be interesting to see if OU wants him at guard or tackle, but we are assuming they see him as a guard.
Feo's commitment would be the first for new Oklahoma offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh. Feo would also be the Sooners second guard in their 2013 class, joining fellow JUCO Dionte Savage (who is 6'5" 345 lbs, by the way), and their fourth offensive lineman in the class as well. According to multiple reports, Feo chose between offers from the Sooners and North Carolina State.
Welcome to Sooner Nation, Tony!