Sooners tie a bow on their class

It was a busy Sunday morning for Lon Kruger and his staff in Norman.
Oklahoma finalized their recruiting class on Sunday morning adding a pair of transfers in three-star junior college sophomore D.J. Bennett and Gonzaga transfer Ryan Spangler.
A native of Illinois, Bennett is a 6-foot-9 post player who has blossomed during his two years at Indian Hills in Iowa.
He is somewhat on the lean side, but has excellent length and is willing to do the dirty work around the hoop. Quick off his feet, he's an excellent positional rebounder and is willing to clean up the scraps offensively.
A native of Oklahoma, Spangler is a powerful 6-foot-8 rebounding specialist who played sparingly during his freshman year at Gonzaga averaging 2.6 points and 2.2 rebounds per game in 22 appearances.
The addition of Bennett and Spangler gives the Sooners a solid recruiting class that blends high school players and transfers.
Headlining the class are four-star high school guards Buddy Hield and Jelon Hornbeak. Three-star wing Jarion Henry was a Rivals150 prospect in the class of 2011 while senior guard Isaiah Cousins has a growing reputation in his native New York.