The Summer of Lincoln Riley and the Oklahoma Sooners continues with the re-commitment of Andrew Raym from Broken Arrow, Okla. This is a commitment that has been a long time coming ever since he re-opened his recruitment to see what other programs had to offer him. Raym chose the Sooners over Georgia, Michigan, Alabama and others. Raym originally committed to OU in November of 2017 before de-committing last May.
At the end of the day, I couldn’t get rid of this #OUDNA ‼️‼️ : @OU247 @JasonSwanny pic.twitter.com/Mu0WUSZHKA— Andrew Raym7️⃣2️⃣ (@andrew_raymBAHS) July 10, 2019
The state’s top prospect had been considered an OU lean since that time, but recent visits to Georgia and Michigan began to throw that into doubt. As it turned out, Oklahoma was safe.
Raym 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 counters 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.
Raym has been a high-quality prospect for the Sooners since his original commitment and now remains solidly committed to the Sooners’ #20Deep class. He is rated as the No. 1 prospect in the state of oklahoma, No. 3 guard in the nation, and the No. 90 prospect overall. Raym’s commitment holds the Sooners solid nationally as the No. 12_recruiting class according to 247Composite rankings while remaining atop the Big 12 for this cycle.