Which Oklahoma Sooners recruits are the best?

Oklahoma Sooner commits and prospects who were previously on this list:Isaiah Davis, 6-9, 6’8″ forward, Kansas (No. 25 ESPN/USA Today 247 Composite)Davis has the size and length to be a good 3-point shooter, and he’s a reliable scorer from beyond the arc.

He’s a strong rebounder and he can play both guard positions, but he’s most effective on the perimeter.

He averaged 11.3 points and 5.3 rebounds last season, and his game is still developing.

He could play a point guard or a power forward, and it will depend on how the season develops.

Davis averaged a career-high 11.6 points last season.

He’ll have to get better defensively and his rebounding has always been his weakness.

Davis’ stock took a hit after the recruiting rankings were released, but now he’s back to the list.

He should be in the conversation for top-10 players nationally.

Isaiah Washington, 6″10″, forward, Texas (No: 26 ESPN/ESPN 200)Washington has been playing in a top-three role for Texas.

He had a career high 17.8 points and 10.3 assists last season as the Longhorns’ top scoring threat, and now he’ll have a chance to improve on that this season.

Washington was one of the best offensive rebounders in the country last season and his offensive game will be the most important one for Texas this season if it can stay healthy.

He averages 9.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists, and 0.6 blocks per game.

Washington’s best game was in a November win over Oklahoma, and if Texas can get healthy enough to keep him in the starting lineup, it will be an interesting season for the Longhorn offense.

Tyler Dorsey, 6”9″, forward (No.: 30 ESPN/SEC Country)Dorsey’s size (6’9″) is his best asset and he should get a chance for big minutes with the Longhogs.

He was a top 10 player in our final rankings, but the Longhods lost two games and his performance dropped a little bit.

Dorsey averaged 14.6 rebounds per game last season for Texas, but his game isn’t anywhere near the explosive explosiveness that he had in his junior season.

His ability to play multiple positions is what will determine whether he stays in the class.

Jaden Tate, 6½” 6″ guard, Iowa (No