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Bob Stoops' Son Isaac Commits To Oklahoma As Preferred Walk-On

Bob Stoops shakes hands after an epic Bedlam win vs. Oklahoma State.

NORMAN, OK - NOVEMBER 24: Head Coach Bob Stoops of the Oklahoma Sooners shakes hands after the game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys November 24, 2012 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. Oklahoma defeated Oklahoma State 51-48 in overtime. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Bob Stoops will have two sons suiting up for the Sooners next year.

Earlier this month, Bob Stoops' son Drake committed to Oklahoma as a preferred walk-on. A wide receiver, Drake Stoops held scholarship offers from a number of schools, but elected to play for his dad's former program.

On Saturday night, Drake's twin brother Isaac followed in his footsteps, announcing a preferred walk-on commitment to Oklahoma.

"I'm staying home. Boomer Sooner," Isaac Stoops tweeted.

A cornerback and wide receiver, Isaac Stoops played offense for the first time this season and made a huge impact. He caught 45 passes for 916 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Stoops also added two tackles, four pass breakups, a fumble recovery and an interception on defense.

Like his twin brother, Isaac Stoops had scholarship offers. Army, Central Oklahoma, Drake, Emporia State and Youngstown State all extended tenders.

He also received preferred walk-on offers from Arkansas, Nevada, Northwestern and Kentucky, but will be a Sooner.

With both of his sons playing in Norman next fall, it looks like Bob Stoops will be back at his old stomping grounds.

Time will tell, but given their stats and pedigree, it wouldn't surprise us to see the Stoops twins make an impact on the field as walk-ons.