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Waxahachie’s Jalen Reagor flips commitment from Oklahoma to TCU

Waxahachie High School receiver Jalen Reagor (1) splits through Mansfield Summit Jaguars linebacker Charles Ayena (34) and cornerback Rommell Jackson (7) in the first half at Newsom Stadium in Mansfield, Texas on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016.
Waxahachie High School receiver Jalen Reagor (1) splits through Mansfield Summit Jaguars linebacker Charles Ayena (34) and cornerback Rommell Jackson (7) in the first half at Newsom Stadium in Mansfield, Texas on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. Special to the Star-Telegram

Waxahachie High School senior wide receiver Jalen Reagor, a four-star recruit, announced via Twitter on Thursday that he was decommitting from Oklahoma and committing to play at TCU.

The 6-foot-1, 189-pounder wrote in his tweet that “I have decided to stay closer to my family and friends.”

With TCU he said he will be with current teammate Kenedy Snell, a wide receiver who has pledged to TCU, and former teammate Jordan Kitna. Kitna, the son of Waxahachie coach and former NFL quarterback Jon Kitna, is a reserve freshman quarterback who came to TCU as a preferred walk-on.

Reagor is the No. 14 wide receiver in the 247Sports Composite rankings and has been a human highlight film for Waxahachie High this season, USA Today reported.

He had taken an official visit to TCU on Oct. 1, according to USA Today.

The Under Armour All-America selection committed to Oklahoma in late March. He had helped make OU’s 2017 recruiting class one of the top classes in the nation.

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