Richmond (Texas) Fort Bend Travis wide receiver Arjei Henderson is an Oklahoma commitment once again.
The 4-star receiver prospect re-committed to the Sooners on Friday nearly a year after de-committing from the program.
Henderson gives the Sooners their fifth 2019 commitment, which already includes elite quarterback prospect Spencer Rattler and 4-star wide receiver Trejan Bridges.
And there still should be more commitments to come.
A Dream Turned Into Reality….✍🏽#Committed
— Hendi™ (@king_hendi) April 13, 2018
Henderson first committed to the Sooners in February 2017 before de-committing a few months later. Henderson then committed to Oregon during the summer, but de-committed in November 2017.
The blue-chip 2019 prospect then chose Oklahoma over Alabama and Texas A&M, who were among his top-3 choices.
The addition of Henderson is huge for Oklahoma’s offense going forward, and it should create some momentum for coach Lincoln Riley’s team.
Henderson is the No. 52 overall prospect in the country according to 247Sports’ composite ranking. He’s the No. 9 wide receiver nationally and the No. 8 prospect from Texas.
He is listed as a 5-star prospect, however, by Rivals.com.
Oklahoma should climb the recruiting rankings with Henderson’s commitment. His presence in Norman, Okla., this weekend for Oklahoma’s spring game should also help create some buzz.
Oklahoma’s spring game kicks off at 2:15 p.m. ET, Saturday.