January 23, 2008

Potential five-star likes the Sooners

Bob Stoops and his Oklahoma Sooners have started an interesting, and rare, pipeline into Las Vegas over the past few years. Nowhere is that pipeline more evident than current state champion Bishop Gorman high school.

Oklahoma hopes to continue that trend with the Gaels highly ranked 2009 defensive end prospect, Justin Chaisson. The Sooners had invited Chaisson to make another visit to Norman for their Jr. day on Feb. 2. However, the 6-foot-5, 265-pound pass rusher won't be able to come to attend, but he will definitely be in town for another important day on OU's football calendar.

"I'm not going to the junior day, but I'm coming to the spring game April 12," Chaisson said. "I'm going to try and make it to a Wednesday or Thursday practice. If I go there on Wednesday then I'll probably be there through Saturday and come home Sunday."

Chaisson has been to Norman before for a camp, but it's another member of his family that he wants to get a feel for the town.

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