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Sunday Offering: Oklahoma Offers Nearly 20 Prospects During Final Two Days of Venables Elite Camp

The Sooners also extended offers to three recruits who were unable to the trek to Norman for camp.

The OU coaching staff handed out 18 scholarship offers this week, with 10 coming on the final day of the Brent Venables Elite Camp.

This spree comes ahead of a busy weekend for the Sooners’, who hosted a slew of highly touted prospects from June 16-18 for the ChampU BBQ. Of the 18 players to receive an offer from Oklahoma this week, eight play on the offensive line.

On the June 13 session, the OU offered 2026 Cibolo Steele (TX) running back Jonathan Hatton Jr., 2025 o-linemen Jonte Newman of Bridgeland High School (TX) and Tyler Thomas of Dickinson High School (TX), Legacy School of Sport Science (TX) 2026 wide receiver Mike Brown and 2024 Heritage Hall (OK) athlete Andy Bass.

Two days later, the Sooners extended offers to 2025 trench players Austin Pay of Lone Peak High School (UT), Jaylan Beckley of Trinity Christian Academy (TX) and Cedar Hill twins Devin and Jordan Coleman. On June 15, Oklahoma also offered 2026 offensive linemen Drew Evers of Flower Mound, TX, and IMG Academy’s Breck Kolojay.

To close out the week, OU offered a handful of 2026 skill position players; including Pine View (UT) tight end Brock Harris, Jenks (OK) athlete Kaydin Jones and Forney (TX) running back Javian Osborne. DeMarco Murray and company also offered 2025 McNeil (TX) tailback Joshua Williams on the camp’s final day.

AllSooners recapped both the June 13 and June 15 offers earlier this week.

Aside from the Venables Elite Camp, 2025 De La Salle (CA) defensive back Robert Santiago, 2026 IMG Academy (FL) corner Ksani Jiles and 2026 o-lineman Keenyi Pepe of IMG Academy all received offers from the Sooners.

Santiago is a 3-star safety, rated No. 21 at his position nationally according to 247Sports. The rising junior has nearly 10 offers, headlined by schools like Oregon, Miami and Washington. Listed at 6-foot-2, Santiago fits the mold of taller DBs that Jay Valai and Brandon Hall seem to covet.

Jiles, a 6-foot corner from Florida, committed to the Miami Hurricanes in late May but is still receiving offers from schools around the nation. Heading into his sophomore year, the young defender has already picked up offers from LSU, USC and Utah, among others.

Pepe, Jiles teammate, also received an offer from OU this week. Listed at 6-foot-7 and 280 pounds as a rising sophomore, Pepe has the chance to be one of the most coveted offensive tackles in the 2026 class.

After finishing his freshman year of high school, the IMG Academy standout already has nearly 20 offers, with schools like Alabama, USC, Texas and Oregon already extending offers to Pepe.