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Five-star OL Andrew Raym Decommits from OU Following OSU Visit

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The top-ranked prospect in the state of Oklahoma for the 2020 cycle, Broken Arrow offensive tackle Andrew Raym, decommitted from Oklahoma on Thursday. His decision comes mere days after a visit to Oklahoma State’s campus for the spring game.

“After careful consideration I have thought long and hard about my recruitment, I have decided re-open my recruitment process,” he said on Twitter. “Oklahoma University is still greatly in mind. Thank you for understanding.”

Raym is a five-star recruit who stands at a stout 6-foot-4, 275-pounds. He posted a tweet and a photo from his OSU campus visit thanking Coach Henson, OSU’s OL coach, as well as prospect analyst Robert Luce.

Raym’s decommitment could be a matter of happenstance — perhaps he was leaning this way, and because he committed so early, wanted to re-evaluate.

But his decision is still worth noting if only because OSU, which has already offered him a scholarship, apparently made a solid impression on his weekend visit. And he’s a five-star talent that Henson has been working hard on.

OSU has stiff competition in the Broken Arrow standout, with OU still in the picture and Arkansas, Texas A&M and others already offering, with more likely on the way. But this development is interesting nonetheless, and it opens the door for OSU to put the press on him as he re-evaluates where he stands.

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