Oklahoma recruiting got a boost with 2018 receiver Treveon Johnson on Sunday night, the Sooners’ third commitment in three days.
The 3-star prospect from Brenham, Texas, joins 4-star 2019 tight end Austin Stogner and 2018 athlete Kundarrius Taylor, who both committed on Friday. Johnson announced his decision on Twitter with an amazing video.
— ? (@TKJ_11) June 26, 2017
Johnson is the 13th commitment for the Sooners for 2018 and the sixth new commit since Lincoln Riley took over as head coach earlier this month. Oklahoma’s class is currently ranked 10th in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite.
The wideout chose Oklahoma over offers from Houston, Minnesota, TCU and Texas Tech. He had previously been committed to the Red Raiders before re-opening his recruitment May 5.