Four-Star Receiver Decommits From Oklahoma Sooners

By Amanda Staver
Richard Rowe-USA TODAY Sports

The Oklahoma Sooners have reportedly had their first decommit from the 2014 football class. Wide receiver Armanti Foreman has decided to withdraw his verbal commitment to the Sooners. He was the first verbal commit the Sooners received for the 2014 class.

The news comes as Foreman is coming off his second visit to the Texas Longhorns since the New Year has started. He hasn’t announced yet where he intends on committing to, but it looks like all signs are pointing that he will land in Austin. For what it’s worth, he has also visited College Station and the Aggies.

When it comes to the position of wide receiver, the Sooners are stacked and have been for the last couple of seasons. They have plenty of talent and Foreman would have been another – while great – addition to an already stacked receiving corps.

Since committing to Oklahoma last October, Foreman has received offers from Texas, Texas A&M and Florida. He hadn’t even made it to the Oklahoma campus before committing, so it almost seemed like it was bound to happen before it did.

Foreman is a four-star out of Texas City, Texas, which is between Houston and Galveston. It seems that Foreman is concerned about his twin brother, D’Onta Foreman. D’Onta is a running back and at the moment, hasn’t received any of the same offers that Armanti has received.

It looks like whatever school decides to pony-up and offer D’Onta will get Armanti. Oklahoma has yet to do that or even show interest in him, so at this point it’s up in the air as to what happens.


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