Texas A&M backup quarterback, and 2014-15 high school player of the year, Kyler Murray, has officially transferred to the University of Oklahoma.
— Oklahoma Football (@OU_Football) December 24, 2015
Murray was the most highly sought after QB prospect prior to last season. Murray is the definition of a “dual-threat” asset who scorched the competition during his time at Allen high school, one of the most reputable schools in the nation.
During his time at Allen, they won three state UIL Class 6A championships in a row while accumulating a 43 game winning streak in the process. Murray missed one start while playing for Allen and finished his career with a perfect 42–0 record as a starting quarterback.
Check out his highlights from his senior year back in 2014.
Oh and did we forget to mention, he was also a top MLB prospect coming out of high school and originally committed to play both baseball and football at Texas A&M
Time to get excited Oklahoma fans, this kid has insane talent.