Gardner, an Arkansas commit since the middle of December, didn't wait long to switch to the Sooners, faxing his national letter of intent in at 10:22 a.m.
The 6-foot-3, 215-pound receiver from Sierra Junior College visited OU over the weekend and it sold him.
Sold him enough to ink his signature and fax it into the Sooners.
Daniel Brooks could also be in that mix as well.
Even though it certainly wasn't a long wait by any means, all four of those guys actually faxed their letters of intent first, with Neal starting off the day's festivities at 7:01 a.m.
Stills led all returning receivers with his 849 receiving yards, while Reynolds racked up 715 yards.
Leading receiver Ryan Broyles leaves to graduation, and OU hopes Gardner and the other receivers will help fill that void.