Local Edge Rusher Phenom Bai Jobe picks Michigan State Spartans over Oklahoma Sooners

Another Oklahoma high school star has committed to playing college football outside of Sooner State.

Bai Jobea 6-foot-4, 215-pound edge rusher from Norman, verbally committed Michigan State over Oklahoma and Alabama on Thursday.

A two-sport athlete at Community Christian School, Jobe was credited with 56 tackles and 16.5 quarterback sacks last season.

Jobe is rated a 4-star freshman by 247 Sports and Rivals, and is another Oklahoma high school talent in the Class of 2023 who opted to enlist out of state.

Previously tight end Luke Hasz and two-way athlete Micah teasing both verbally committed to Arkansas and wide receiver cole adams committed verbally in Alabama.

The Sooners currently have no defensive line commitments in the Class of 2023, but that could change in the coming months.

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A pair of OU targets in the Kansas City defensive end Adepoju Adebawore and Florida defensive lineman Derrick LeBlanc stop recruiting.

LeBlanc is due to announce his decision on July 28.

Brent Venable’ the recruiting class has added a number of players over the past two weeks, and the Sooners now have 11 commitments in the 2023 class, which ranks No. 25 in the nation by 247 Sports.

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