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Oklahoma receives commitment from 4-star offensive lineman Aaryn Parks

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Oklahoma adds a huge piece to the 2020 class as featured on USA TODAY High School Sports

4-star offensive lineman, Aaryn Parks (National Christian Academy; Washington DC) announced his commitment to the Sooners via Rivals.

Standing 6-foot-5 and 295 pounds, Parks has the size to play tackle and is agile enough to play guard.

Parks decommitted from Penn State in June which allowed the Sooners to come to the forefront.

Parks chose Oklahoma over Alabama, North Carolina, Michigan and Florida.

As the No. 60 recruit in the country and the No. 10 ranked offensive tackle in the country, Parks had his choice of school. His visit to Oklahoma on August 31 helped seal the deal for OC Bill Bedenbaugh and head coach Lincoln Riley following the Houston game.

Parks joins Nate Anderson (Rick Reedy High School; Frisco, TX), Noah Nelson (Williams Field High School; Gilbert, AZ), Andrew Raym (Broken Arrow High School; Broken Arrow, OK), and fellow Washington DC native, Anton Harrison (Archbishop Carrol High School; Washington DC) as offensive linemen in the 2020 class.

Bedenbaugh continues to build on his outstanding recruiting class.


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