After signing with the Oklahoma Sooners as a member of the 2018 recruiting class, Kundarrius Taylor failed to appear on campus. Forced to take the junior college route, the wide receiver remained steadfast in his commitment to the university. Clearly reciprocating the idea, Taylor committed once again to play in Norman following the conclusion of a sophomore season at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.
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As a freshman at the JUCO ranks, the former 4-star prospect earned consistent playing time. Reeling in 31 catches throughout the duration of the year, Taylor racked up a team high 547 receiving yards. Possessing the talent necessary to play at the DI level, the receiver accounted for eight of the twenty touchdowns through the air for the team.
Although it’s an early commitment for a now 2020 prospect, Taylor remains focused on the task at hand. Behind the news of the commitment, Oklahoma now holds verbal agreements from five wideouts in the class.