No. 1 Offensive Lineman Prospect Decommits From Sooners

Posted by Gilbert Sam on 2:45 PM
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He may have been the first commitment of Oklahoma's class of 2015 but with his decision made so early there was something always weighing on the mind of Rivals100 offensive guard Josh Wariboko.

The desire to play with his brother, 2016 Oklahoma City Casady defensive back teammate Max Wariboko.

And though that's largely what inspired the 6-foot-3, 310-pound lineman to decommit from his long-time Sooners pledge recently, it's not the only thing.

"Well, I want to take a few more visits and really survey all of my options and further explore the chance I have to play together with my brother in college," Wariboko explained. "The last thing I wanted to do was undermine the best interests of Bob Stoops and the University of Oklahoma staff.

"I knew I wanted to take some more trips without bringing into question of my integrity or my family's integrity. I didn't want to say I was committed and take trips, that didn't seem right. I want to do this the right way, this is the ethical thing to do right now." (More at Rivals.com)

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