Wariboko decommits from Sooners

OU lost its first and arguably biggest piece to its 2015 puzzle as Josh Wariboko announced he has decommitted from Sooners.

It was direct. It was clear. No misinterpretation. Oklahoma City Casady offensive lineman Josh Wariboko texted he has decommitted from Oklahoma on Wednesday night.

Wariboko, committed to OU since June 27, 2013, said in a text, "Hey I wanted to let you know my recruitment is officially reopened, and I've decommitted from OU."

Wariboko was the first commitment for OU's Class of 2015, which is now down to four members as of Wednesday night.

Wariboko said he is still considering OU and other schools in the Big 12, SEC and Big Ten. Nobody in the state has more offers than Wariboko, who is ranked No. 2 in the state.

Wariboko's younger brother, Max Wariboko, is a Class of 2016 defensive back who picked up his first offer from Louisville on Tuesday night.

Josh Wariboko has expressed a huge desire to play in college with his brother. Louisville offered Josh Wariboko two months ago.

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