Oklahoma Sooner Recruiter Daniel Johnson is excited to see how the program develops and prepares for next season.
“We are very excited to have the opportunity to recruit Oklahoma Soonners to the university and we are very focused on the development of this program,” Johnson said.
Johnson said he’s excited to get started on the recruiting process with the Sooners after a season of growing pains that saw the program struggle to attract top-tier recruits.
Oklahoma currently has three players underclassmen.
Johnson said he plans to recruit the remaining two.
Oklahomans will have to wait until August to see the results of Oklahoma’s recruitment efforts.
Johnson will be joining Oklahoma’s coaching staff after spending the last five years as a Division III assistant at Tennessee.
Johnson is one of only three Division III coaches in the country who has spent more than 10 years coaching a team that finished 5-7.
Johnson’s tenure with the Vols ended in 2018, but he said he would be excited to continue working with the program in the future.
“It would be an honor to coach in this state,” Johnson added.
“I love it here and I want to be here for a long time.
I want a chance to play for my alma mater.
I am so excited to work with the coaching staff and see what happens.”