ABNER ESTRADA, OL, CARROLLTON TURNER, TEXAS:
JH: What was it about your visit to Oklahoma that led you to commit?
"I liked the coaches, the players and the school. Everything about the program was incredible. I loved the fact OU is one of the big winners every year in college football and they are currently one of the best programs in the country."
JH: I know you were really studying the Oklahoma offensive line to see how you would fit in, so I guess you fit in pretty well."
"Yeah, the offensive linemen currently at OU are very similar to me and how I play. They are not giants, but are very athletic. That is exactly how I look at myself, so I think it is a perfect fit."
"I love to pull and love to block down field. OU talked to me about getting more into that kind of offensive line blocking and that fits my style."
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