4-Star WR Arjei Henderson Commits To Oklahoma Sooners

    Four-star prospect Arjei Henderson committed to Oklahoma on Sunday, giving the Sooners two total commits in their 2019 recruiting class.

    February 19, 2017

    Four-star prospect Arjei Henderson committed to Oklahoma on Sunday, giving the Sooners two total commits in their 2019 recruiting class. 


    The 2018 recruiting class may be on deck, but that’s not a reason to ignore the future classes. And Bob Stoops’ staff has done anything but ignore them.

    On Sunday, 4-star wide receiver Arjei Henderson committed to Oklahoma. But he was one of two pass catchers the Sooners added to their 2019 recruiting class. The other addition came via 4-star wide receiver Theo Wease Jr.

    Henderson, who’s from Richmond, Texas, released a statement regarding his decision to commit to the Sooners.

    “I would like to thank God, my family, friends and coaches. I’m proud to announce that I will be verbally committing to the University of Oklahoma.”

    At 6-foot-1, 183 lbs Henderson is coming off of an impressive sophomore campaign at Travis High School. He reeled in 100 passes for 1,500 yards and 20 touchdowns.

    Henderson shows excellent concentration as the ball approaches and has terrific hands. Along with that, he has great control over his body and can make plays near the sideline, as he shows great awareness for where he is on the field.

    In addition, he shows an ability to start and stop smoothly with the explosiveness and vision needed to navigate through traffic and pick up yards after the catch.

    Henderson holds additional scholarship offers from Baylor, Colorado Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss, TCU, Texas Tech USC and Washington, among others.

    The Sooners put their offer on the table on Valentine’s Day, and it took Henderson less than a week to decide he wanted to commit.

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