Oklahoma landed another top quarterback Thursday when Brock Vandagriff announced his commitment to the Sooners.
Vandagriff has not been ranked yet by ESPN, but is expected to be one of the top passers in the Class of 2021 and already held plenty of major scholarship offers. He chose Oklahoma over Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.
A 6-foot-3, 200-pound pocket passer from Prince Avenue Christian School in Bogart, Georgia, Vandagriff is part of a long list of top quarterbacks coming out of the Peach State. He joins Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, Florida quarterback Emory Jones and Ohio State's Justin Fields, among others.
The commitment gives Oklahoma its third elite quarterback in four classes. The Sooners landed ESPN 300 quarterback Tanner Mordecai in 2018 and the No. 1 ranked dual-threat QB in 2019, Spencer Rattler. They have yet to land a quarterback in the 2020 class.
Adding a talented quarterback is nothing new for head coach Lincoln Riley, and top-ranked Georgia prospects are also becoming more prevalent at Oklahoma. The Sooners were able to land ESPN 300 wide receiver Jadon Haselwood, the No. 1 ranked receiver in the 2019 class, and now have Vandagriff on board as well.