On Saturday, five Oklahoma commitments will be in San Antonio to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game. One additional commitment — Robert Barnes — will not be able to participate as he’s still recovering from an injury.
How to watch
Time and TV: 12 p.m. CT on NBC
Live stream: NBCSports.com/Live
Robert Barnes - Southlake, Texas (Carroll HS)
247 Composite - No. 95 overall, No. 13 safety, No. 13 overall in Texas
Note: Barnes is still recovering from a broken fibula and will not participate.
Levi Draper - Collinsville, Okla. (Collinsville HS)
247 Composite - No. 118 overall, No. 4 inside linebacker, No. 1 overall in Oklahoma
Addison Gumbs - Heyward, Calif. (Stellar Prep)
247 Composite - No. 166 overall, No. 11 weak-side defensive end, No. 19 overall in California
Addison Gumbs picks off Tate Martell. pic.twitter.com/006BDl32Bt— EJ Holland (@EJHolland247) January 5, 2017
Creed Humphrey - Shawnee, Okla. (Shawnee HS)
247 Composite - No. 310 overall, No. 3 center, No. 5 overall in Oklahoma
Jacob Phillips - Nashville, Tenn. (East Nashville Magnet School)
247 Composite - No. 183 overall, No. 7 inside linebacker, No. 8 overall in Tennessee
Isaiah Thomas - Tulsa, Okla. (Memorial HS)
247 Composite - No. 261 overall, No. 18 weak-side defensive end, No. 4 overall in Oklahoma
Others to watch
Chuck Filiaga - The big offensive tackle will decide between Oklahoma, Michigan and Nebraska on Saturday. The Wolverines are the favorite, but don’t count out the Sooners. UPDATE: Filiaga picked Michigan.
Jaylon Johnson - The talented cornerback has been committed to Utah, but OU was able to bring him in for a visit in December. Johnson would be a big flip for Oklahoma, and it’s definitely a possibility come signing day. Like Barnes, Johnson will not be playing in the game, so I guess he isn't technically one to watch.
Joseph Lewis - The Sooners are likely out of the race for the wide receiver (who seems to be all about USC and Nebraska). Nevertheless, he’ll be fun to watch!
Jeffrey Okudah - OU was long considered to be one of the favorites to land the elite corner, but Ohio State seems like all but a lock at this point. UPDATE: Okudah is indeed going to Ohio State.