It's Official Penn St. WR Justin Brown To Transfer To Oklahoma

COLUMBUS OH - NOVEMBER 13: Justin Brown #19 of the Penn State Nittany Lions celebrates his first quarter touchdown reception against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Ohio Stadium on November 13 2010 in Columbus Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)

Justin Brown is a name that many Oklahoma fans have become familiar with in the past week. With the current wide receiver situation a door opened up as Brown contacted the Sooners about the possibility of transferring after the NCAA declared open season on the Penn St. Nittany Lions program.

Earlier, we threw up a great post on why Brown would be a good fit at Oklahoma. He brings a lot to the table specifically in the areas Oklahoma was lacking after the graduation of Ryan Broyles.

Now, news is coming out all over the interwebs that Brown has officially made his decision. He will transfer to Oklahoma and will join the team on Monday. Not an easy decision for this kid, a senior, to make.

This transfer rounds out the top three receivers at Penn St. parting ways for other programs around the nation.

Welcome to Sooner Nation Justin as we all know this was not an easy but thought out decision. Best of luck to you as you begin your Senior year here at Oklahoma as a Sooner!

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