Oklahoma flipped Lone Star State four-star receiver Nicholas Anderson from Oregon this weekend and in the process moved past the Ducks up to No. 7 in the 247Sports Composite Team Recruiting Rankings.

The Katy (Texas) High standout also seriously considered Notre Dame, Penn State and USC back in the summer.

“Nick he brings a physical presence, a hard worker, he’s a blue-collar kid with a skill set,” Anderson’s trainer Margin Hooks said. Hooks has worked with many of the state’s best over the last several years.

“He can play the receiver position. Development wise he’s there. He’s not flashy, he’s more on the Marvin Mims side. He’s just quiet and he goes about his business.”

The 6-foot-3 1/2, 195-pound Anderson is the first receiver in the fold for Lincoln Riley and his staff in the 2022 cycle.

“I believe he has so much potential,” Hooks stated. “At Katy they don’t throw the ball. With the top quarterbacks Oklahoma has, in their system he’ll do well with the opportunities when he gets there.

“Nick he’s the big body with a little Maserati in him. He can go inside and he can go play the slot because has the footwork. He can also block linebackers, he has that in him. He can sink his hips, come in and out of his breaks and he’s a student of the game.”

Anderson has all the intangibles too.

“Family background, his mom and dad are great and they push him and set him up for greatness giving him the core values that he has,” Hooks said. Anderson’s older brother Rodney played at Oklahoma and his other older brother Ryder plays at Indiana after transferring from Ole Miss.

“I think he’s the greatest Anderson yet,” Hooks laughed. “He’ll be the best. I’m bias because I train him but I think he’ll be that.”

Anderson posted the news he was flipping from Oregon on social media.

"I want to express my sincere gratitude to Oregon football and the entire fan base for their treatment of me and my family throughout my entire recruiting process. Particularly Coach Cristobal and Coach McClendon. That being said, after speaking with the staff personally, I have made them aware of my decision to decommit from Oregon. I wish them the very best moving forward.

"With that being said I'm excited to announce that I am committing to the University of Oklahoma!"

Anderson took an official visit to Norman over the weekend.