Sooners pick up commitment from 2nd four-star wide receive this week

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This has been a banner week for Oklahoma football wide receivers coach Emmett Jones.

In the past seven days, the Sooners have earned commitments from a pair of elite 2025 wide receivers plus several crystal-ball predictions for a third.

Four-star WR Emmanuel Choice announced his commitment to Oklahoma on Sunday. The 6-foot, 4-inch, 202-pound receiver hails from Lancaster in North Texas and was one of a number of Sooner recruiting targets in attendance at OU's ChampU BBQ recruiting event this weekend.

Choice is ranked as the No. 66 wide receiver in the 2025 class and the No. 411 player overall nationally, according to the 247Sport Composite. He is the fourth wide receiver in OU's 2025 class.

Choice chose Oklahoma over offers from Nebraska, TCU, Texas A&M and USC. He also made visits this spring to Texas, Missouri, Ole Miss and Tennessee.

During his junior high school season last fall, Choice caught 38 passes for 562 yards and six touchdowns. His 6-foot-4 height and large wing span give him an advantage against smaller defensive backs in jump ball situations, something Sooner receivers have lacked in the past

Also this past week, Oklahoma earned a commitment from four-star WR prospect Marcus Harris. Earlier in the cycle, the Sooners added Gracen Harris and Elijah Thomas. All are rated as four stars in the 247Sports Composite.

Another Oklahoma recruiting target, four-star 2025 quarterback Jayden O'Neal, is scheduled to announce his commitment choice on Monday, and over the weekend, On3 director of recruiting Steve Wiltfong issued a prediction favoring OU to land four-star linebacker Max Granville out of Sugarland, Texas, near Houston. The significance of this projection is that Wiltfong is considered one of the more accurate forecasters among the national college football recruiting analysts.

With the two wide-receiver commitments this week, Oklahoma 17-member 2025 class moved to No. 4 in the Rivals team rankings. The Sooners rank No. 8 in the 247Sports rankings and No. 10, according to On3.