Former Oklahoma WR Transfers to UTSA

UTSA has added former 3-star recruit Dannon Cavil, a former Oklahoma WR.

Former Oklahoma WR Dannon Cavil has transferred to UTSA, the school announced Wednesday afternoon.

According to a UTSA spokesman, Cavil will have to sit out the entire 2015 season and prepare to play in the fall of 2016. At that point, he will be a Junior and have two years left to play for the 'Runners.

Cavil, a San Antonio native, informed Oklahoma last month that he would be leaving their program. A 6'4" 215lb wide receiver with 4.4-4.5 speed, Cavil was targeted by UTSA shortly after announcing his intentions to transfer.

"It's a great opportunity being from San Antonio," Cavil told IRS in early November.

Dannon has finished out the academic semester at Norman and will join the team next month.

Out of Madison High School on San Antonio's North East Side, Cavil's original offer list included the likes of: Mississippi, California, Clemson, Baylor, South Carolina, Tennessee, UCLA, and Texas, as just to name a few. National Recruiting Analysts rated him a 3-Star prospect and ranked as the 100th best WR in the nation. He originally committed to Ole Miss, then switched his pledge to California, and late in the process he picked OU.

Cavil is the fourth addition to the football team announced on Wednesday. Junior College players: LB Lakel Bass (Hutchinson, KS), DT Jonathan Tuiolosega (Monterey Pen, CA), RB Corbin White (NE Mississippi) join Cavil on the roster.

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