|Charleston Rambo. Image via thefootballbrainiacs.com.|
Oklahoma has added two commitments to its 2017 recruiting class on Sunday. Both are graded by 247Sports.com as four-star wide receiver prospects.
Waxahachie, Tx. high school junior WR Jalen Reagor announced his commitment to Oklahoma on Twitter first, followed eight minutes later by fellow high school junior WR Charleston Rambo, from Cedar Hill, Tx.
I have Officially committed to Oklahoma University ⭕️🙌🏾 #BoomerSooner #OUDNA pic.twitter.com/vf67JIU9Qs— Jalen Reagor (@NoLimitJalen) March 27, 2016
Rambo is the higher-ranked of the two players, according to 247Sports.com. He is graded as a composite four-star wide receiver by the website. Rambo is ranked at no. 22 among 2017 WR prospects, at no. 23 among 2-17 prospects from the state of Texas, and at no. 163 among 2017 prospects nationally.
Rambo attends Cedar Hill High School in Cedar Hill, Tx. He stands 6'2, and weighs 170 lbs.
|Jalen Reagor. Image via waxahachietx.com|
247Sports grades Reagor as a composite four-star WR. The recruiting site ranks Reagor at no. 45 among 2017 WR prospects, at no. 46 among 2017 prospects from the state of Texas, and at no. 310 among 2017 prospects nationally.
Reagor attends Waxahachie High School in Waxahachie, Tx. He stands 5'11, and weighs 182 lbs.
The addition of Rambo and Reagor brings the number of commitments to Oklahoma's 2017 recruiting class to eleven.
(via sportsday.dallasnews.com, Bleacher Report)