June 5, 2007
Norman plays host to big-time prospects
Oklahoma has traditionally used their second day of each camp session as their version of a one-day camp, and this year was certainly no different with several talented players from across the region showing up to work on Monday. While there were many players on campus hoping to pick up some Sooner attention, there were also two players with nothing left to prove.
However, that didn't stop Sooner commitments Jermie Calhoun and Landry Jones for taking part in workouts. The 6-foot-4, 224-pound quarterback led drills and spent a considerable amount of time throwing to recent Sooner tight end offer James Hanna.
Calhoun meanwhile simply went through drills and received a great deal of praise from the coaches during his work for being one of the nation's most revered prospects and still having the desire to come and work out.
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