2004 Recruiting Class

Friday, January 24, 2004

This was Bob Stoops best class so far especially on offense. Definitely a top 10 class. Has been rated as high as 3rd in the country with most saying top 6 in the country.

 


NOTE FROM 2010 WHO WOULD OF THOUGHT THAT REMI WHO PLAYED LITTLE FOR THE SOONERS WOULD END UP STARTING FOR THE NEW ORLEANS SAINTS IN SUPERBOWL 44

 Note from 2010:  Enrolled Late in 2004 ended up being counted again as a 2005 recruit.  Did start a couple of years for the Sooners.

Note from 2010: Three year starter for the Sooners

 

Starter from day 1, Adrian as a Sooner was great but left to early for the pros to be the best Sooner back of all time.

 

Lendy was Another Starter for the Sooners as defensive back

 

Chaney finally cured the drops in his senior year and was a 2009 reliable receiver.

 


2010 what a promising QB at first was Rhett Bomar, was the Sooner QB his freshman year and most valuable player of the Sooners Holiday Bowl victory but then received pay from a Car Dealership for work he did not do in 2006, in the 70's and 80's and 90's that was no big deal but BoB Stoops dismissed Rhett Bomar permanently from the team.  I thought is was too harsh a punishment.  If Rhett had not done this Sam Bradford would not have ever started at QB and won the Heisman.

 

 

Chris Could not qualify for OU so he went to Northeastern jr college and then signed with KSTATE when he left Northeastern.

 

Alan Davis Played some at defensive end for the Sooners in 2008

 

Garrett  was a consistant kicker for OU but nobody would of thought that he would star in the 2010 SuperBowl for theNew Orleans Saints and kick three field goals to help them beat the Colts.

Fred Strong only got on the field as receiver a few times for the Sooners in his Career.

 

Randy never broke the starting lineup for the Sooner Offensive Line. 

Corey started some at devensive tackle his senior year for the Sooners

 

Brett was a good special teams player but could never crack the starting lineup at Safety for OU 

James Quinn played on the O-Line for the Sooners, his freshman year but then received pay from a Car Dealership for work he did not do in 2006, in the 70's and 80's and 90's that was no big deal but BoB Stoops dismissed Rhett Bomar permanently from the team.  I thought is was too harsh a punishment.  

DJ could not beat out Adrian Peterson for running back, so he switched to Safety where he started for two years. Was Free agent in the pros, cut by the Jaquars . 

Cameron never cracked the starting lineup for the Sooners.

Vince

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