Bob Stoops and the Oklahoma Sooners are coming off an incredibly successful 2010 seasons. The Sooners finished the year 12-2 after a convincing win over Connecticut in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
They also figure to be one of the highest ranked teams in 2011 as quarterback Landry Jones returns for his junior season. Jones helped lead the Oklahoma passing attack to the third most passing yards in all of college football.
However, that does not take any significance away from the need to grab some talented recruits out of the 2011 class. The Sooners still have holes they need to fill for next season.
Perhaps even more importantly, the Sooners need to position themselves to remain competitive in the future. For Stoops and company there are offensive issues that need to be addressed with this class of prospects.
Here are the top ten offensive recruits that will help Oklahoma get back to the National Championship.