Dallis Todd has been committed to Oklahoma since mid-April but that doesn't mean other top programs have backed off the La Mirada, Calif., four-star wide receiver.
La Mirada coach Mike Moschetti said Nebraska, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Notre Dame and Tennessee are some of the teams still recruiting Todd, a 6-foot-5, 205-pound recruit who reclassified from the 2013 to the 2014 class.
But Moschetti said Todd remains happily committed to the Sooners and hasn't shown any signs that he's rethinking his pledge.
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"He's committed to Oklahoma," Moschetti said.
"I told these kids from Day 1 if they commit then they're done. I understand the whole recruiting thing though. There are schools that back out on kids also. I told these kids if they decide to commit then they're committed."
Todd, rated as the No. 35 wide receiver and the No. 243 prospect in the 2014 class by Rivals.com, committed to Oklahoma soon after an unofficial visit to Norman in the spring.
His recruitment had significantly picked up after reclassifying and Oklahoma was one of the schools that stayed on Todd early and often.
Moschetti said the Sooners' coaching staff did an outstanding job recruiting him and even with the continued interest from around the country - and there's no telling what could happen moving forward - that Oklahoma looks good in Todd's recruitment.
"It's a long time from now until signing day so there's no telling what's going to happen," Moschetti said. "He's excited about Oklahoma and Oklahoma has done a great job recruiting him.
"They talk about him weekly and they've made him a priority."