During the summer months, ESPN.com will take a closer look at each scholarship player on Oklahoma's roster in our Crimson Countdown series. Each day, we will analyze each player's impact on the program since arriving on campus, his potential impact this fall, and his long-term projection.
about 538 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
This week, we've been examining the most indispensable player for every team in the Big 12. In other words, who is the player each team could least afford to lose to injury? We're knocking on wood before we turn in these posts; so no need to worry about a jinx.
about 550 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
Since last week we've been examining at the strongest and weakest position groups for each Big 12 team going into the fall. We continue with the Oklahoma Sooners: Strongest position: Defensive line Pretty obvious choice here for Oklahoma, considering how this unit played in its greatest test yet against Alabama.
With spring ball done, we're reexamining and re-ranking the positional situations of every Big 12 team, continuing Wednesday with receivers (and tight ends). These outlooks could look different in August.
about 573 days ago | Jake Trotter | Oklahoma Sooners
It was a quiet and productive spring at Oklahoma. The Sooners emerged relatively free of injuries and were able to tinker with their systems on both sides of the ball. This week we'll review OU's spring.
about 581 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Spring football has come to a close at Oklahoma. The Sooners' 15 practices answered some questions but others still remain. Now is the perfect time to update the some of the position battles that made this spring intriguing in Norman, Okla.
about 587 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
The injury bug has hit Norman, Okla. this spring. Oklahoma will be without several players during its spring game on Saturday but none of the injuries are major. Nickelback Julian Wilson, defensive lineman Rashod Favors, defensive tackle Quincy Russell, receiver Sterling Shepard, receiver Durron Neal, tight end Blake Bell, guard Adam Shead, tackle Tyrus Thompson, guard Nila Kasitati and guard Tyler Evans will miss the action due to various injuries but none of them require surgery and head coach Bob Stoops said he expects all of them to return after a short hiatus.
about 594 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
NORMAN, Okla. -- Durron Neal's career at Oklahoma hasn't gone as he expected. Opportunity appeared to be staring the receiver right in the face in the summer before his freshman season, with OU in dire need of receivers and Neal stepping on campus as one of the top receiver recruits in the Class of 2012.
about 616 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
A glimpse at the future is no longer enough. Oklahoma receivers coach Jay Norvell has several pass catchers in his meeting room who have made occasional plays for the Sooners, showing glimpses of their playmaking ability.
about 622 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners
Spring football provides the opportunity for players to put themselves in the driver's seat when it comes to position battles. Several Oklahoma Sooners will have the chance to make a statement and make themselves the favorite to start or become a significant contributor during spring drills with several starting spots open heading into 2014.
about 636 days ago | Brandon Chatmon | Oklahoma Sooners