Oklahoma picked up its second commitment for the class of 2024 in two days on Wednesday night, landing four-star edge Wyatt Gilmore out of Rogers, Minnesota.
Ranked as the No. 20 EDGE and No. 2 overall player in the state of Minnesota, Gilmore is listed at 6-4, 240 pounds, and is still yet to play his senior year at Rogers High School.
Gilmore picked the Sooners over several other major programs including Minnesota, Miami, Oregon, Kansas State, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Iowa State, and Missouri, among others.
In an interview with On3, Gilmore talked about why Oklahoma was the place for him, and loves the vision that the Sooners have for the future.
“Coach’s Venables’ vision for the next few years is absolutely incredible and I totally see it and it’s something that I could not pass up. This coaching staff is amazing and I know for a fact that when Oklahoma gets to the SEC we are going to dominate and not take back seats to anybody.”
Gilmore’s commitment gives Oklahoma 10 pledges for the class of 2024, moving them up to No. 35 nationally, according to 247Sports.
With the month of July still ahead, Oklahoma figures to surge in the recruiting rankings as they are in the running for a plethora of top-tier talent across the country.