For several days, there was a persistent and compelling rumor – that East Central’s Stanvon Taylor, a four-star cornerback prospect and the 2012 Tulsa World’s All-Metro player of the year, might switch his commitment from Oklahoma to the University of Tulsa.
On Tuesday night, after he scored nine points in a 59-48 Cardinal basketball loss to Bartlesville, Taylor said his commitment to OU remains firm.
“A few schools are still coming after me, but I tell them that I’m committed strong to Oklahoma,” said Taylor, who announced his commitment to the Sooners in May. “After I sign that letter of intent, there’s a lot of relief.”
Verbal commitments are not binding. Recruits may sign national letters of intent next Wednesday. (Tulsa World)
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