The plight of Kundarrius Taylor to the major college football ranks has been more than just interesting and ordinary. An original signee to Oklahoma’s 2018 recruiting class, Taylor instead landed at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, Mississippi.
In ten games for the Wolves he racked up 738 all-purpose yards, and eight touchdowns, earning him another opportunity to play in Norman. On January 28th of this year Taylor once again pledged to come to Oklahoma, this time as a member of the 2020 class.
Now, less than two months later, Taylor is opening up his recruiting once again for unknown reasons.
A two-way player in high school, Taylor has the size (6-2/206), speed, and hands to make plays on both sides of the ball. Listed as an athlete, it was widely assumed that receiver was his destined position at Oklahoma largely due to the fact that Lincoln Riley and Dennis Simmons were his primary recruiters.
In addition to Oklahoma, Taylor also held offers from Memphis, Mississippi State, and Tennessee.
Oklahoma’s 2020 class is currently ranked #1 in the Big 12 and #14 nationally by 247Sports.