Adding to the ranks, the Oklahoma Sooners collected a second commitment of the day on Friday. While the first may have been a 2019 verbal, the most recent joins the 2018 incoming class by way of Memphis, Tennessee. Taking to Twitter, Kundarrius Taylor announced his decision to play at the University of Oklahoma.
— KunDarrius Taylor 🦍 (@KingKt___) June 23, 2017
Joining a train that seems to be rolling down the tracks, Taylor stands 6-2 as a wide receiver. Holding offers from around the SEC, the three star receiver also picked up interest from the west coast with UCLA. While signing day is off in the distance, Taylor chose the Oklahoma Sooners becoming the 12th commit of the cycle.
Yet, the Memphis native is the first wide receiver to join the 2018 class for Oklahoma. There’s no denying that these young coaches in the Big 12 Conference are going to continue to shake up the landscape. The only question is: how far reaching can the likes of Tom Herman and Lincoln Riley be in year one?