The Sooners class of 2017 needs to continue to add talent along the offensive and defensive lines. I have full faith in Bill Bedenbaugh to not only recruit, but also develop players along the offensive line. So the question isn't so much whether the Sooners offensive line will be good year in and year out, as much as who will be next to step up and continue to be the next man up so to speak. So here is where things stand as we move forward through the summer and stare down the start of the 2016 season.
COMMITS - 1
Tyrese is the offensive line anchor for this class. While he will likely wind up at offensive guard, but has the ability to make an impact RT. Robison is an incredible start to class of 2017.
PROSPECTS (This list will be looking at the players that the Sooners have a legitimate chance at).
Even though Ealy is from Louisiana, the Sooners have an incredible shot at landing Ealy. A huge official visit will go a long ways, but Ealy and the Sooners are a very realistic option.
Not sure what to make of UT commitment Xavier Newman. He says his commitment to Texas is "a 7 or 8" but his interest in Oklahoma is "a 9."— Ryan Autullo (@AutulloAAS) July 9, 2016
If you were wondering about Newman's interest in OU, in spite of his current Texas verbal commitment, look no further than the quote above.
Hayes doesn't yet have a Sooner offer, but he is actually in Norman as this article is being written. Hayes' recruitment is taking off as of late. I believe with an offer the Sooners would be really hard to beat.
As of now I believe that all of the players listed above will be Sooners on national signing day.