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Former Oklahoma Commit Kundarrius Taylor Back With Sooners After JuCo Stint

Oklahoma flag is run on field ahead of home game.

NORMAN, OK - SEPTEMBER 08: A member of the Oklahoma Sooners spirit squad celebrates a touchdown against the UCLA Bruins at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Bruins 49-21. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Kundarrius Taylor was a member of Oklahoma football's 2018 class, before having to go the junior college route.

Taylor signed with the Sooners in December 2017, during the first early signing period.

Unfortunately for the Memphis native, he had some academic issues, which prevented him from enrolling at OU.

Instead, he began his career at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Mississippi, where he impressed this year with 31 receptions for 547 yards and eight touchdowns.

Taylor received a new offer from Oklahoma over the fall, and he plans on sticking with his original decision.

Kundarrius Taylor recommitted to Oklahoma football on Monday afternoon.

He will be a 2020 recruit for OU, once he finishes up his community college career.

Taylor tweeted the decision, thanking Oklahoma's staff for the opportunity:

As a high school recruit, Taylor ranked No. 384 in the class overall, and was No. 12 in the state of Tennessee.

Taylor is the fifth 2020 commitment for the Sooners. The class is ranked first in the Big 12, and 10th in the nation.