Another early commit for the Oklahoma Sooners in the 2019 class is now available, as Aledo athlete Jeffery Carter decommitted on Thursday:
I have decommited from the University of Oklahoma. pic.twitter.com/sJnFZOqXfO— scooby (@jcarter2133) January 26, 2018
The Texas Longhorns are one of the programs now heavily in the mix for the 6’0, 180-pounder, who could play on either side of the ball in college. Head coach Tom Herman extended an offer in the middle of January and there are now two 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions in favor of the ‘Horns.
Carter also holds offers from Baylor, Georgia, Houston, Illinois, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Penn State, and Texas Tech, with many more likely to come in the following months.
As a junior, Carter had 12 catches for 217 yards and five touchdowns, along with 14 tackles, one interception, one tackle for loss, and two passes broken up on defense.
A consensus four-star prospect, Carter is ranked as the No. 209 player nationally, the No. 14 athlete, and the No. 26 player in Texas, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings.
Since the 2019 class features a number of elite athletes at wide receiver and in the secondary, it will take time for the top targets to truly sort out, but early on, it seems like Carter may be one of them.