June 8, 2007

Sooners put an end to 'one-day' camp

There was a lot of talk yesterday about talented quarterbacks coming to Oklahoma's summer camp, well Landon Greve returned again on Thursday to work out in front of quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel. However, this time it was another top Texas junior that he was doing battle with during Oklahoma's camp.

This time it was Friendswood, Texas junior standout Jacob Karam. The 6-foot-2, 189-pound gunslinger lived up to his heavy billing by releasing one beautiful toss after another. The thing that stands out about Karam is his cool under pressure, while many players tighten up during such an important moment of recruiting he could be seen joking around and trying to keep things in perspective.

Such traits aren't to be forgotten in quarterbacks.

Karam and Greve were clearly the focus of Heupel's attention as each throw seemed to be under a watchful eye of the Sooner legend. Both players displayed strong arms and a touch that stood out among a solid group of high school quarterbacks. Karam separated himself with great footwork and a near textbook throwing motion.

Look for much much more on the week-long Sooner camp at SoonerScoop.com.

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