Phoenix Mountain Pointe offensive lineman Natrell Curtis commits to Oklahoma

Phoenix Mountain Pointe offensive lineman Natrell Curtis commits to Oklahoma

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Phoenix Mountain Pointe offensive lineman Natrell Curtis commits to Oklahoma

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Phoenix Mountain Pointe senior offensive guard Natrell Curtis, who recently decommitted from Washington, said Tuesday that he has committed to play football at Oklahoma.

Part of the reason for the decommitment, Curtis said, was the coaching change that occurred after he had committed to Washington.

Curtis, 6-foot-3, 330 pounds, selected by azcentral sports to the All-Arizona team each of the past two seasons, said Oklahoma had offered him early in his recruiting process.

“That’s one reason why I want to go there,” Curtis said. “Great school, great tradition, great coaches. I’m looking forward to being part of that tradition.”

Oklahoma now has pledges from azcentral sports’ No.1- and 6-rated 2014 football players in the state.

Scottsdale Desert Mountain two-time All-Arizona wide receiver Mark Andrews, the No.1 recruit in the state, also has committed to the Sooners, who are coming off a bowl victory over Alabama.

Both played in last Saturday’s U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.

Football seniors can sign their national letters of intent beginning Feb. 5.

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