Oklahoma lands Jacob Lacey, former four-star Notre Dame defensive tackle

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The late rise on the recruiting path continues for Brent Venables and his staff as they clinched their fourth signing of the week on Thanksgiving.
This commitment, like all others, is another defender. High school three-star contestants Asthon Sanders and Taylor Wein, along with JUCO defense attorney Kendel Dolby, have both agreed to join the Oklahoma Sooners in 2023. The recent signing brings Oklahoma a player who could make an immediate impact next season.
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After spending the last four seasons with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, former four-star defenseman Jacob Lacey committed to continuing his collegiate career with the Oklahoma Sooners.
Lacey announced he would be entering Redshirt and the NCAA transfer portal on October 6 through his social media accounts. During his career with the Fighting Irish, he recorded 35 tackles, 6.5 for losses and 2.5 sacks. He's not the greatest defensive tackle and currently weighs under 300 pounds, but he's shown he can make a difference at the collegiate level.
Lacey's connection to the current Sooners staff can be traced back to his high school recruiting, as Clemson was a major player until eventually settling on Notre Dame.
That's how the relationship was formed with Todd Bates, and the Sooners defensive tackles coach was a key figure in bringing the former four-star player to campus and helped seal the deal.
With Lacey in the flock, he immediately brings depth to a room that will likely lose multiple bodies in the offseason due to graduation or NFL draft efforts. He also has two years of eligibility left, giving him an opportunity to be a long-term fixture on Oklahoma's defensive line as they continue to reshape the defense under Brent Venables.
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