Oklahoma in the Running for 4-star 2025 DB Omarion Robinson.

The past week has been quiet for Oklahoma on the recruiting trail and on campus.

With the Sooners’ current roster away for summer break and high school prospects finishing their school year, the recruiting calendar is about to get much busier.

The next three months will be filled with prospect camps, recruiting visits, and commitments for schools nationwide. For OU, the Brent Venables Elite Camp starts in early June, leading to many offers being extended over the coming weeks.

Despite the recent lull, Oklahoma’s staff managed to land in the top four schools for a 4-star defensive back and offered four high school prospects.

Top Schools
On Thursday, 4-star defensive back Omarion Robinson announced his “Final Four” schools on social media, including LSU, Arkansas, Oregon, and Oklahoma.

“After prayer & careful consideration with my family, I have decided that I will no longer be taking an official visit to the University of Georgia & I will now focus my attention on my Final Four! 🐯🐗🦆⭕️ #GodsPlan 🙏🏾,” Robinson tweeted.

Robinson, a 6-foot, 180-pound standout from Little Rock Parkview (AR), is rated the No. 117 overall prospect and No. 15 safety in the 2025 recruiting class. If OU lands Robinson, he would join Bauxite (AR) safety Marcus Wimberly in Brandon Hall’s position group.

Robinson has visited Norman multiple times and has an official visit to Arkansas scheduled for early June.

Offers Extended
This week, the Sooners’ coaching staff extended offers to four high school prospects. They began with Great Bend, KS, tight end Ian Premer, a 6-6, 210-pound prospect rated No. 63 overall and No. 4 tight end in the 2026 class. Premer, also a basketball standout, has offers from Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Florida, Penn State, and others.

On Wednesday, OU offered 2027 Bergen Catholic (NJ) wide receiver Bryan Porter. Listed at 6-0 and 190 pounds, Porter received his third offer from Oklahoma, following Boston College and Michigan. He is the younger brother of 4-star 2025 receiver Quincy Porter, who included the Sooners and Wolverines in his top six schools earlier this month.

In the 2027 class, Venables and his team also offered Lake Wales (FL) athlete Kaneilius Purdy. Purdy, at 6-0 and 190 pounds, has offers from Florida State, West Virginia, and others.

The week concluded with OU offering 2027 Washington (OK) linebacker Case Alexander. The 6-3, 195-pound Alexander is the younger brother of former Washington tight end Cooper Alexander, who will be a freshman at Iowa State in 2024. The Sooners had extended a late offer to Cooper but missed out on the 3-star prospect.

Case and Cooper are the sons of former Oklahoma tight end Stephen Alexander, who earned a Pro Bowl selection in his nine-year NFL career.