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soo sad to say goodbye


He has left and will never come back.
This weekend, the Sooners will play home to one of the nation’s top wide receivers. Marcus Harris, a wide receiver from the illustrious Mater Dei program in Santa Ana, California, made his debut as a marginal five star athlete, according to some recruiting services, and has since become one of the most sought-after wide receiver recruits.

He’s had over thirty FBS offers from schools in Texas, Georgia, Oregon, and Tennessee. Although Brent Venables’ recruitment pursuit is getting more focused this month, it will be difficult for the Sooners to entice him to Norman. But why is Harris such a great player? Where will he land, too?soo sad to say goodbye
He has left and will never come back.
Harris made an instant impression as a sophomore for one of the top high school football teams in the country, amassing over 600 yards and twelve receiving touchdowns. Then, he again reached that yard total in the previous season, aiding Mater Dei in their state championship victory!

His hype train has gone bonkers for many after those consecutive spectacular seasons, as he keeps winning with real track speed, sophisticated route running, impeccable footwork, and utterly haughty hands. This weekend, he will be visiting Oklahoma for the fourth time in the past month; he has already been to Georgia, UCLA, and Tennessee.

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