Andrew Raym is headed to Norman. Broken Arrow’s highly sought-after offensive lineman on Wednesday night committed to the Sooners on Twitter..
Raym, a Rivals four-star prospect, held offers from just about every major program in the nation, including Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Florida, Baylor, Nebraska, Notre Dame and plenty more. But he essentially narrowed down his choices to Georgia, Oklahoma and Michigan with his tweet on Monday.
Broken Arrow head coach David Alexander spoke glowingly of Raym when the Tigers played at the Skordle Showdown in Bixby in June.
“He’s a special talent,” Alexander said. “He’s as talented as anyone we have on the team, athleticism-wise. … Watching him grow and develop has been pretty special. But the best thing about Andrew is his attitude. He’s not interested in being the best right tackle at Broken Arrow; he’s just getting himself as good as he can be and focus on that.”
The offensive line unit, anchored by Raym, was key in Broken Arrow securing its first state championship in 2018. Raym also helped pave the way for an offense that featured a lot of Noah Cortes, who rushed for 1,958 yards and 35 touchdowns en route to becoming the Tigers’ all-time leading rusher.
The Tigers will open the 2019 season on Aug. 31 at Mansfield (Texas) High School.