Oklahoma’s new freshmen moved in to their new home of Headington Hall recently. While some guys like Justice Hansen and Devante Bond have been on campus already for a semester, guys like Joe Mixon, Michiah Quick, and Steven Parker have all checked in and enrolled with the university and ready for summer workouts.
One Class of 2014 signee, however, does not appear to be headed to Norman anytime soon.
Natrell Curtis, a 6’3″ and 325 pound offensive linemen, will be taking his talents to…community college.
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
This is unfortunate news, and news brought to our attention by the fine folks at Sooners Illustrated.
Bob Przybylo, also, points out Orlando Brown, Kenyon Frison, and Vontre McQuinnie have not enrolled yet either. It would be a tough break for OU, especially after all the National Signing Day excitement.
Brown and Frison were surprise commits that OU welcomed with open arms. However, it’s a huge bummer to see Curtis go off to Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona.
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