Oklahoma is set to receive verbal commitments from two highly ranked national recruits, Kenny Stills and Tony Jefferson, a source close to the situation has told SI.com. A joint announcement is planned for Friday night.

Stills, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound wide receiver from La Costa Canyon, Calif., had offers from a number of top programs -- including Florida, Michigan, Oregon and UCLA -- but chose the Sooners after taking an official visit in mid-November. The source said that Stills returned home after the visit and was "amped" about the program.

Jefferson, a safety/athlete who was once committed to UCLA, will also make the decision to attend OU. A U.S. Army All-America, Jefferson visited Oklahoma two weeks before Stills. With offers from Florida, Michigan and USC among others, Jefferson's 6-foot frame and 4.5 speed provides an intriguing addition to the Sooners' secondary for the next four years.

Both Jefferson and Stills are scheduled to enroll at Oklahoma this spring.

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