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I am unclear whether he has or has not.
This post was edited by James Hale 17 months ago
He signed his LOI with OU, but that was back in Dec (not Feb) because he is a juco. But because he didn't graduate in December and is still at juco this spring, his LOI is basically void. He's free to go anywhere now. Weird loophole.
Yep that is correct.
But, OU has spoken to him and he's assured he's still coming, yes?
Don't forget he still has to pass his Texas junior college exit exam. There have been plenty of guys who could never pass it.
I think Bull wanted to know if he signed a second LOI. Since he didn't graduate at mid term, he would be like any other JC recruit. They sign a binding LOI. It would be nice to know if OU had him sign a second LOI?
Also, if he does fall into this JUCO loophole, then why did the coaches talk about him on signing day. I've always understood that you can't talk about a player that is not currently signed with you team.
He is signed but it is no longer binding.
That's why I'm holding out that OU was smart enough to get him to re sign in Feb.
That's my thinking Major. It sure seems like he was treated just like everyone else that signed in Feb.
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