After posting an 11-1 record, Lincoln Riley led the Oklahoma Sooners into battle for the Big 12 Championship. Facing the talented and athletic TCU Horned Frogs, the challenge was set. Defeating Gary Patterson for the second time in a matter of months, OU claimed a spot in the College Football Playoff. With the playoff berth, the coaching staff hit the recruiting trail looking to lock up early enrollees.
After switching his commitment from Texas Tech to Oklahoma back in June, Jaylon Robinson mentioned that the University of Oklahoma was a “dream school.” A three-star wide receiver recruit, Robinson joined a list of growing commitments for the 2018 Class. However, the Fort Worth product is making headlines once again.
Confirming his commitment to play at Oklahoma, Jaylon Robinson announced via twitter that “it’s official December 20.” For those not in the know, the first ever early-signing period is set to take place on December 20-22 of this year. That likely means that a majority of the recruits across the nation are going to sign in December instead of waiting until National Signing Day in February.
Regardless, Robinson made it know that he was planning to sign a letter of intent to play at the University of Oklahoma on December 20th. Yet, the high school senior will not enroll early according to Bob Przybylo. The only question fans are left waiting to answer is: how many more will join him?