The Oklahoma Sooners continue to dip into the fertile recruiting grounds south of the Red River. This time, the coaching staff pulled an elite 2017 offensive line recruit from Boyd High School in McKinney, Texas. On Saturday evening, Tyrese Robinson announced his commitment via twitter.
Blessed to say I have committed to the university of Oklahoma! #OUDNA #BoomerSooner ⭕️ pic.twitter.com/jvhI4mMc94— Tyrese Robinson (@tyrese_robinson) January 30, 2016
Robinson remains a Rivals Top 100 Recruit ranked No. 87 overall in the country and No. 4 at the position. Recruited by Bill Bedenbaugh, the offensive guard choose Oklahoma over the likes of Baylor, Ole Miss, UCLA, Texas, and Michigan. With the addition of Robinson, the Sooners 2017 Class 4-star commits rise to a total of five.
Welcome to the Sooner Family!