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Spencer Rattler, No. 1 QB Recruit, Ruled Ineligible For Rest Of Season

Oklahoma commit Spencer Rattler sets to throw.

The No. 1 quarterback recruit in the country has been ruled ineligible for the rest of the high school football season after violating a school policy. According to a report from AZ Central, Spencer Rattler is ineligible to play the rest of the season for violating Phoenix Pinnacle rules.

Mike Rattler, the father of the five-star recruit, revealed to AZ Central that his son is ineligible for the rest of the season and playoffs "after violating a district code of conduct policy."

When asked what the violation entailed Rattler said "We can't say anything more on that."

Rattler is the only five-star quarterback recruit in the 2019 class - he's currently committed to Oklahoma. Mike Rattler revealed the star quarterback recruit has already made Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley aware of the situation.

"There is nothing on his permanent record," Mike said. "We discussed everything with Coach Riley."

Rattler won't be able to play for the rest of the season, though it remains to be seen if this incident will impact his collegiate status.

As it stands, he figures to make an immediate impact for the Sooners - if he stays with his commitment - after Kyler Murray heads to the MLB.

[AZ Central]