Oklahoma was once on the radar for Dorial Green-Beckham's services before the former five-star recruit chose Missouri over the Sooners.
Three years, two arrests, and an investigation into a burglary later, Beckham is finally an Oklahoma Sooner after Missouri parted ways with the troubled wideout shortly after the 2013 season.
Under NCAA rules, Green-Beckham can immediately enroll in classes and begin team activities with Oklahoma. He would be eligible to compete in games for the Sooners beginning in 2015.
The Springfield, Mo., native was ranked as the top overall prep prospect in the nation by Rivals in 2012 after concluding his career at Hillcrest High School, where he was coached by his father, John. He was named the national player of the year in 2011 by Sports Illustrated, Parade Magazine and USA Today after setting a national prep record with 6,353 career receiving yards and 75 receiving touchdowns, including 119 receptions for 2,233 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior.