Oklahoma makes top three of portal target

Former Tennessee offensive tackle named the Sooners to his top three just 48 hours after officially entering the transfer portal
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After losing some contributors to the transfer portal, the Oklahoma Sooners may soon add offensive reinforcements.

Former Tennessee Volunteers left tackle Wanya Morris entered the transfer portal on Wednesday, and he has already declared his top three schools on Twitter.

Bill Bedenbaugh and the Sooners made the cut, as well as Texas A&M and USC.

The 6-foot-5, 320 pound former 5-star recruit started 19 games for Tennessee, and could be Oklahoma’s solution to the roster hole at offensive tackle.

Adrian Ealy declared for the NFL Draft, and Oklahoma missed on 2021 prospect Tristan Leigh, leaving the OU short on bodies across the offensive line. Two-year starter Erik Swenson could also return for another senior season  Anton Harrison and Stacey Wilkins also figure to be in the mix  

Morris would not only go a long way to helping the roster numbers, but could be a key contributor for Oklahoma in 2021 if they can land his services.