The 5-foot-11, 176-pound prospect was the first commit in Oklahoma's 2014 class after giving his verbal to the program about three months ago.
"They have a nice passing game and they throw the ball a lot. I talked with [co-offensive coordinator and receivers coach] Jay Norvell on the phone and I've been talking to [head coach] Bob Stoops. I've just been building a relationship with them," he said.
"I haven't got any other offers, but I'm receiving a lot of mail from other schools. I still have my options open, I'm still looking at other schools, but right now I'm really feeling OU," he said.
For now, the receiver is just working to improve as a player and is proud of his progress on the field over the past season.
"I keep doing what I do and it works for me. I'm always trying to get better. I think my biggest strengths are my speed, hands, and the ability to get open and go deep, running any kind of routes. On special teams, I'm able to get in between defenders and break tackles, all sorts of stuff like that," he said.