Oklahoma Sooners Extend Two Offers To Offensive Linemen

The Oklahoma Sooners are putting a premium on future offensive line targets it seems. Over the past 24-hours, the coaching staff has evaluated and offered two up and coming linemen. First up is a member of the 2021 class, Hayden Conner, from Katy, Texas who received an offer on Saturday.

As a freshman in high school, Conner has the frame of a collegiate athlete. Standing, 6’5″ and 295-pounds, it’s clear OU is attempting to get their name in the mix early. Yet, it never hurts to enter the conversation when others such as LSU and Georgia have an eye on the lineman as well. Regardless of where the kid lands, he’ll likely set the tone for the rest of the recruiting class.

Following up on the trail, Myles Hinton received an offer on Sunday morning. Currently projected as a lock for the Michigan Wolverines, Hinton is still a sophomore in high school. As a member of the 2020 class, the offensive lineman hails from Norcross, Georgia and will continue to pile up offers from around the country as he progresses in his career.

Holding offers from several Big 10 schools, the five-star recruit has drawn interest from the Alabama Crimson Tide and Georgia Bulldogs as well. Taking unofficial visits to Clemson and Notre Dame, the youngster plans to visit Michigan this fall with his older brother — who is committed to play at Michigan as a part of the 2019 class. Pulling the younger Hinton may be a tall task for any suitor, but in the recruiting game, anything is possible these days.

Of the two offers extended, hopefully one — or both — sticks!

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