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Brent Venables visits Oklahoma commit Robert Spears-Jennings

Peter Warren12/06/21
Article written by:On3 imagePeter Warren


Brent Venables Robert Spears-Jennings Chip Viney Cale Gundy
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Brent Venables stopped by Broken Arrow (Okla.) four-star safety and Oklahoma commit Robert Spears-Jennings during his first full day on the job Monday.

He was joined by co-offensive coordinator Cale Gundy and recruiting analyst Courtney Viney.

Gundy and Viney visited Spears-Jennings last week with interim head coach Bob Stoops.

Spears-Jennings is the No. 356 overall recruit in the country, according to the On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.

Venables went on his first visit as the Sooners head coach earlier in the day to see four-star offensive lineman Jacob Sexton out of Deer Creek.

The day wasn’t all good news for the Sooners recruiting class as Lakeland (Fla.) five-star defensive lineman Gabriel Brownlow-Dindy flipped to Texas A&M, giving the Aggies the No. 1 recruiting class in the process while Oklahoma dropped out of the top 10.