Oklahoma lands Inniss as WR cycle continues

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Oklahoma acquired a dedication from Brandon Inniss on Sunday, because the ESPN Junior 300 vast receiver selected the Sooners over Alabama, Florida, Miami and Ohio State.

Inniss, a 6-foot-0, 190-pound prospect from American Heritage Excessive Faculty in Plantation, Florida, is the No. 18-ranked recruit general and No. 3 vast receiver within the 2023 class.

The Sooners have had a ton of success recruiting elite receivers, signing Marvin Mims, who had a superb freshman season, in 2020 in addition to three ESPN 300 receivers in 2021. The haul from the final class included the No. 1 receiver, Mario Williams.

Oklahoma has misplaced commitments from three ESPN 300 receivers within the 2022 cycle, as Luther Burden, Talyn Shetron and Jordan Hudson decommitted. Regardless of these losses, the Sooners nonetheless have ESPN 300 receiver Robert Spears-Jennings.

With the addition of Inniss to the 2023 cycle, Oklahoma now has 5 ESPN Jr. 300 commitments, together with quarterback Malachi Nelson, vast receiver Makai Lemon, tight finish Luke Hasz and working again Treyaun Webb.

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