Oklahoma OL still searching

Broken Bow, Okla., offensive guard/defensive tackle Jeremy Bean was one of the more impressive players at the College Station NIKE Training Camp.
With a 6-foot-4, 285-pound frame, he's got plenty of tools to work with. He also received an impressive array of calls from colleges in the month of May, but for some reason he's yet to snag an official scholarship offer.
And it's something that's bothering him.
"I kind of freaks me out," Bean said. "I went to the OU camp and the SMU camp. But I didn't get to make it to any of the other ones because we had a lot going on with the high school team. There's been quite a few schools sending me a lot of mail, but nobody has stepped up an offered me a scholarship."
SMU and Wyoming are the most regular writers in the summer months. He's also getting attention from Iowa State, Vanderbilt and Colorado State. Both Oklahoma schools have shown some interest in him.
"I want to play early," he said. "It doesn't have to be the first year, but maybe the second year. But if the depth chart is pretty deep then I probably won't go there. I know my mom doesn't want me to go more than three or four hours away, but it wouldn't bother me if I had too."