This is likely Bill Bedenbaugh’s best piece of work in recruiting since he has become the offensive line coach for the Oklahoma Sooners. He continues to stockpile high quality linemen in Norman with the Andrew Raym’s LOI. Yes, the Broken Arrow prospect has signed with the Sooners and is headed to Oklahoma.
Raym is the state of Oklahoma’s top prospect and played many snaps for Broken Arrow at tackle but projects to be a guard at the next level with this quick feet and long arms. He’s a perfect prospect for Bedenbaugh because of the “GT Counter” that the Sooners run often and effectively. Raym is 6’5, 285 lbs. and will definitely put on more good weight to fill out his monstrous frame. It’s truly a shame he is not labeled as a five-star, because that’s the kind of talent Raym is. He is the No. 1 player in Oklahoma, No. 2 at his position, and No. 88 nationally according to 247Sports.
Oklahoma will be set on the offensive line after the departure of R.J. Proctor, but Creed Humphrey’s decision weighs heavy on how the rest of the offensive line shifts. Regardless, the Sooners have too much talent stockpiled in that weight room to have the incredibly talented freshman play right away. Similar to the other linemen in the 2020 recruiting class, Bedenbaugh’s players must wait their turn, but they will be phenomenal.