Posted by Tom Fornelli
Like every school in the country, Oklahoma will put the finishing touches on its 2012 recruiting class on Wednesday, but the Sooners got some good news on 2011's class on Thursday.
One of Oklahoma's top recruits in 2011, five-star receiver Trey Metoyer, has been cleared by the NCAA clearinghouse and will join the Sooners some time soon.
Metoyer signed with Oklahoma last year, but failed to qualify academically. As a result he spent the year Hargrave Military Academy.
Metoyer's presence on the Sooners offense in 2012 could be quite a boost. Oklahoma is already considered the early favorite in the Big 12 next season thanks to the return of Landry Jones, and Metoyer should fit in nicely with Kenny Stills and Jaz Reynolds at the wide receiver position. Those three have pretty large shoes to fill as the Sooners try and replace Ryan Broyles.
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