As great as Oklahoma did to close out its Class of 2014, there was no denying there were some potential issues with the academic standing with some of the late commitments for the class.
One of them has now been confirmed won't be heading to OU as offensive lineman Natrell Curtis has signed to play at Pima Community College in Tucson, Ariz.
The Pima athletics Twitter account let it be known Friday, and it had been speculated immensely about Curtis and his standing.
Defensive tackle Natrell Curtis signed his letter of intent to play for the Aztecs football team in the fall. #PimaFootball— PimaAthletics (@PimaAthletics) June 6, 2014
In the last week, multiple signees have made their way to Norman. Only a handful of signees are still question marks. One of those in question was Joseph Paul, but he was entered in the OU database this morning.
A lingering concern remains offensive tackle Orlando Brown. At the very last second, Brown switched from Tennessee to OU but many believed he switched because it was pretty clear Brown wasn't going to be able to qualify.
As of June 10, here is what SoonersIllustrated.com can confirm regarding the enrollment status of OU's 2014 class.