The Dec. 15 open for the early signing period is rapidly approaching. Sunday was the first official day for in-home visits. The recruiting world is entering its busiest season. And the news that Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley is leaving Norman to accept the head coaching position at USC carries with it implications not just on the field but in recruiting as well.

The Sooners’ Class of 2022 ranks 7th nationally, according to the 247Sports Composite. The 2023 class ranks 1st. Things could change pretty quickly, though, and it only took a few hours for the Riley news to lead to a de-commitment.

Brandon Inniss, a 5-star wideout in the Class of 2023, announced he’d be opening his commitment on Sunday.

From Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Inniss is the No. 1 wideout in his class, the No. 2 prospect in the state of Florida, and the No. 9 recruit nationally, per the 247 Composite.

The 6-foot, 190-pound Inniss has offers from all over the country—Alabama and Georgia in the SEC, Clemson in the ACC, Notre Dame, Oregon out in the Pac-12, and Big Ten programs in Ohio State, Indiana, and Penn State. Coincidentally, he also has a USC offer.

The Sooners’ 2023 class is down to 6 known commitments. Three of them are from the state of California, including 5-star quarterback Malachi Nelson (holds Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State, and Purdue offers) and 5-star athlete Makai Lemon (holds Michigan, Michigan State, and Penn State offers).

You can view Inniss’s highlight tape below, via Hudl: