Oklahoma Sooners to Land 2023 4-star EDGE Tausili Akana

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On Wednesday, the Oklahoma Sooners No. 8 team will open the early signing period. The 8 recruiting class is likely to get a significant bump in Christmas bonuses if the recent predictions are true.

Despite receiving many predictions over the past few days to flip 2023 five-star safety Peyton BowenThe Oklahoma Sooners have been the favorite team for 2023 four star EDGE Tausili Akana.

The No. The No. 1 player in Utah and the No. 16 overall player in the 247Sports composite, Akana is the No. 16 overall player in the 247Sports composite, Akana has been heavily recruited by Sooners’ head coach Brent Venables.

This week, earlier this week, Oklahoma Sooners received favorable predictions from 247Sports’ Steve Wiltfong, Brandon Drumm, and Parker Thune. The Sooners were also provided predictions by Tyler Bannerman and Josh McCuistion, Rivals’ recruiting analysts.

The Sooners have now received three additional crystal ball predictions by 247Sports. Blair Angulo, Greg Biggins, Brandon Huffman and Greg Biggins joined the group predicting Akana’s arrival in Oklahoma.

That’s six predictions from 247Sports, a pair of predictions from Rivals, and On3 has the Sooners with an 89.1% chance to land the talented Akana.

Akana is 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds.

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