NORMAN — Oklahoma picked up two wide receiver commitments in the last two days to help bolster its recruiting class.
Four-star receiver Dannon Cavil announced on Twitter Monday afternoon that he has switched his commitment from Cal to OU and tweeted a photo that appeared to show him signing a letter of intent.
Cavil, who graduated a semester early from James Madison High School in San Antonio, Texas, is expected to enroll at OU this week.
On Sunday, the Sooners picked up a commitment from K.J. Young. The Perris (Calif.) Citrus Hill product is a three-star recruit.
The two commitments run OU’s current group of pledges to 20. National signing day is Feb. 6.