Transfer tackle Wanya Morris has narrowed his decision down to three schools and it looks like it could come down to a pair of old Big 12 rivals competing to land him. Morris announced, via Twitter, on Friday night that he’s narrowed his decision down to Oklahoma, Texas A&M, and USC.
A member of the 2019 recruiting class, Morris was the #5 prospect from the state of Georgia and the #6 offensive tackle in the entire class. The 6-6/312 giant was highly recruited out of high school before signing with Tennessee and has also been highly sought-after following his entrance to the transfer portal.
Several recruiting sites have him as a lean towards the Aggies, with Oklahoma following in second and then USC as an honorable mention. Of the three crystal ball predictions given for him by 247Sports, two of them are for Texas A&M while the Sooners have the other.
Morris started 17 games at left tackle for the Vols over two seasons.
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