Dorial Green-Beckham plans to stay at OU and play next season, foregoing big NFL money.
I spoke with OU receivers coach Jay Norvell, who initially recruited DGB out of high school, played a big role in luring him to Norman after his dismissal from Mizzou and is close to the family.
Norvell says Green-Beckham has been committed to practice and doing things right and has been attentive, even on the field watching his teammates play in the opener.
And he's staying put.
“He's made a commitment to be here, he wants to go to school here and he wants to play football here at Oklahoma, so obviously we are going to help him improve here every day,” Norvell said. “This is not a year off for him, he's out there working every day, he's helping on the scout team and he's also trying to improve his skills as a receiver, as well as the off the field things, so it's an important development time for him." (News9.com)
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