National signing day has now come and gone and the Oklahoma Sooners are wrapping up their 2013 class.
The Sooners have plenty of question marks going into the 2013 season, and they found a few answers with this year’s recruiting class.
They needed to fill voids on the defensive line. So, they went out and signed six defensive line recruits. They lost their two starting safeties after the 2013 Cotton Bowl. So, they recruited four defensive backs.
Bob Stoops and the Sooners filled positions across the board and limped away from the team's signing day with the Big 12's top recruiting class according to 247Sports' composite rankings. They finished with the No. 15 class nationally.
Which position groups improved with the 2013 recruiting class? Where did the Sooners do the best job recruiting? How does Oklahoma's recruiting class stack up against the rest?
All of these questions will be answered as we take the next step in the offseason and grade Oklahoma's 2013 recruiting class.