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Talented four-star offensive tackle Adrian Ealy from Baton Rouge announced Thursday that he has committed to Oklahoma.

He chose the Sooners, over LSU, Florida, Auburn and Kansas.

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For more info on Ealy, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.
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Spankum90 months
No problem with his decision....if he thinks he can get playing time there and thinks he will like the program, then that is where he should go...
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TigerOnThe Hill90 months
Hey everyone, Do yourself a favor and avoid wasting 1 min of your life......DON'T watch the silly video. :-(
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Bamasuks90 months
Sooners need players from states other than Texas. Do they even have high school football in Oklahoma? In Texas, the university of Oklahoma is know as UT Norman.
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red racker90 months
Jeremy Shockey, formerly of the New Orleans Saints, says hello.
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Gumbo190 months
Plenty of time to de-commit and join LSU. For now, bye traitor.
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YrNucoach90 months
That's why the gators own the Spartans they are a bunch of girls
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Mulerider90 months
Just watched video. Ridiculous. I hope LSU pulled the offer just because of this. I just got dumber and lost 30 seconds of my life viewing it.
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pellietigersaint90 months
That video was so fricking dumb I can't even.....
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the LSUSaint90 months
He did NOT have a committable offer. And, we are stacked at guard. Yes not a T in college
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HideChaKidz90 months
What exactly is a committable offer? And why didn't he have it?
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FATBOY TIGER90 months
Project at best but good luck to him in the Big 12-2=10 conference.
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FATBOY TIGER90 months
Project at best but good luck to him in the Big 12-2=10 conference.
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coopsdad90 months
That was terrible.
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themunch90 months
He will not have to play against you know who every year
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OU81290 months
BUT, Orgeron is Cajun and recruiting is his speciality!
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tigerfootball1090 months
3MTA3
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YrNucoach90 months
Van Halen sux
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jayboy50490 months
Well he'll definitely know how to pass protect when he leaves Norman
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theOG90 months
OU finished with the 18th ranked run offense. two spots ahead of LSU. alabama and auburn were the only two SEC teams ahead of them. maybe there is a benefit to playing in an offense with a playbook designed to do more than run up the middle three times and then punt?
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whiteside90 months
Hey, theOG, not sure if you know this, but the Big 12 is garbage. A true dumpster fire. Anyone could have a good offense in that conference.
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Charpol90 months
Look at the other OL commits. Kid is just looking out for himself.
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Lexman190 months
Not a big deal. We're stacked at O-line this class. O and Grimes have the guys they want. The leftovers are signing anywhere they can. Remember, it's impossible to sign every player from your home state. We need LB'ers more than O-linemen now. And as I've said before, O and Aranda have some good ones for NSD! These kids love the drama! Give it to em!
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PadreDe2190 months
Trying to think of sonething to say and all i can think of is 'this generation sucks'
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bringit321090 months
I agree. A majority of self absorbed, narcissistic pussies.
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Louisianaboy8790 months
At Least offensive line is not an area of concern this year.
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Space Cowboy90 months
What a turncoat! Did we really want him or did we cool off on him?
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Ghost of Colby90 months
Cooled on him a while back. Listed as OT, but projected to play inside.
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Ghost of Colby90 months
Cooled on him a while back. Listed as OT, but projected to play inside.
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GoldenAge90 months
Can't believe no ones mentioned this yet. Why tf are there grown arse men participating in this crap.
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FLObserver90 months
Have you seen these men? what else they got to do.
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