It seems Sooner Nation is ecstatic about the talent Oklahoma has on the offensive side of the football—as they should be. CeeDee Lamb is a contender for the 2019 Biletnikoff Award. Grant Calcaterra had an unforgettable one-handed TD against Texas. Charleston Rambo provided a glimpse of hope against Alabama. Jadon Haselwood, Theo Wease, and Trejan Bridges are among the most talented incoming freshmen in the country (Austin Stogner was also one of the most highly coveted tight ends in the 2019 recruiting cycle); to say nothing of Mykel Jones (2016) and Jaquayln Crawford (2018), who were highly touted four star recruits in their respective cycles. Someone is missing though ... Oh yeah, the former walk-on, no-star recruit, Lee Morris.
Troy Aikman in 85, Jeff George in 86, JJ Watt, Nick Foles, and Ryan Mallett in 07, Baker Mayfield in 14, and Kyler Murray in 15—all transferred schools with multiple years of eligibility remaining. Every year hundreds of players seek to do the same thing: Go to a new school where they can receive an education and play football. Many of these student-athletes do so after just one year at their first school (in Bru McCoy's case, MUCH less than a year). Don't tell the old-timers, but THAT'S OKAY!