In his Twitter post from Friday morning, Stoops wrote: "I've made a decision to stay home and go to school and play football at the University of Oklahoma".
Stoops was ranked a three-star wide receiver recruit at Norman North High School and had offers from Iowa, Memphis and OH, but will play at OU as a preferred walk-on.
The twin son of retired Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops announced Friday morning that he has committed to join the Sooners he grew up around next season. The Sooners accepted a commitment from the 2018 prospect as a preferred-walk-on, which guarantees a spot on the roster but not a scholarship. He also turned down Air Force, Arkansas State, Memphis, Ohio, Western Kentucky and Youngstown State to walk-on at OU.
Stoops caught 66 passes for 1,093 yards and 14 touchdowns at Norman North this past season.
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