June 13, 2009

Two huge juniors lead start of session two

NORMAN, Okla. - During Oklahoma's first three-day camp session there was a massive amount of well-known offensive line talent, during the first day of the second session the Sooners played host to two offensive lineman whose incredible size and presence were a real surprise.

Duncan, Okla. standout Dylan Dismuke would tower over most any other offensive lineman in the state, but it was a player from Sioux Falls, S.D. who made the biggest of lineman seem tiny by comparison. That payer is 2011 Washington high offensive tackle Derek Farniok.

Dismuke, who stands an impressive 6-foot-6, and 280-pounds was impressive going through drills while Farniok showed better feet than one would expect from a young man of his 6-foot-7, 260-pound size. However both players will see the real test with the expected arrival of Oklahoma commitment Chuka Ndulue on Saturday as the group gets into the one-on-one battles the camp is famous for.

Speaking of one-on-ones, with the anticipated arrivals mixed with a few players who plan to return on Saturday there should be some interesting wide receiver/defensive back battles.

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