Coming out of the annual Spring Game, the Oklahoma Sooners experienced a surge in the realm of recruiting. With several high profile targets pledging allegiance to the crimson and cream, all those surrounding the program were riding high. However, things took a different turn late Thursday evening.
After careful consideration I have thought long and hard about my recruitment, I have decided re-open my recruitment process. Oklahoma University is still greatly in mind. Thank you for understanding.
— Andrew Raym7️⃣2️⃣ (@andrew_raymBAHS) May 4, 2018
Andrew Raym, a four star recruit out of Broken Arrow, announced the decision to reopen his recruitment via twitter. The Oklahoma native is the top ranked prospect in the state and the No. 39 overall recruit in the class of 2020. His status on the field earned the 6-4 275-pound product an offer from Notre Dame which is now competing for his pledge.
Just before the de-commitment, the budding star received an offer from Nebraska.
Raym initially committed to play at the University of Oklahoma in November of 2017. Closing the recruitment process as a sophomore in high school is quite the undertaking. With the decision, options should start to come quickly for the one-time Sooner commit. Will he end up with Oklahoma when it’s all said and done?