How the Oklahoma football recruiting rankings have changed in a year and a half

How the Oklahoma football recruiting rankings have changed in a year and a half

The recruiting rankings for the Sooners have changed considerably over the past year, and it has been pretty good, at least in terms of getting better.

The latest rankings show that the Soonies are now ranked No. 1 nationally in 247Sports’ composite rankings.

The Big 12 has been at the top for a year, which has helped the program as it looks to get better as the season winds down.

But the rankings have gotten better in recent years, and now the Big 12 is up to No. 3 nationally.

In fact, the Big East is No. 2.

The Pac-12 is now at No. 4, and the Big Ten is now No. 6.

The SEC is at No 4.

The Big 12, meanwhile, has been in a bit of a slump, but is now up to the No. 8 spot.

The league is still No. 9 in the USA Today national rankings, which are compiled using data from the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

The rankings are based on a combination of rankings from 247Sports and Scout, which use the recruiting services rankings and other data sources.

The new rankings are in the process of being finalized, but we expect to see a lot of changes.

As we said, the rankings are a bit different than the ones we use for recruiting.

For instance, we use Rivals.com’s rankings to get an idea of who is good, but that’s not the same as using the 247 Composite Rankings, which take into account a host of other factors.

We also take into consideration whether a player has made an impact on the recruiting cycle in terms the team’s recruiting class and how much they’ve contributed to the success of the program.

So it’s really more a comparison of a player’s career at the college level and his or her recruiting class.

There are also some very good changes in the Big 10.

For example, the Aggies are up to a new No. 10 spot in the national rankings.

TCU is now in the top 20 nationally, while Kansas State is now the No