4-star WR Nicholas Anderson de-commits from Oregon, flips to Oklahoma Sooners

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The Oregon Ducks suffered another tough blow on the recruiting front on Monday morning, with 4-star WR Nicholas Anderson announcing that he was flipping to the Oklahoma Sooners.

“I want to express my sincere gratitude to Oregon Football and the entire fanbase for their treatment of me and my family through my entire recruiting process,” Anderson posted on Twitter. “That being said, after speaking with the staff personally, I have made them aware of my decision to de-commit from Oregon.”

Anderson is a 6-foot-3, 195-pound WR who ranked as No. 38 receiver in the country.

This news comes a week after it was announced that former 5-star offensive tackle, Kinglsey Suamataia, would be entering the transfer portal and leaving Oregon as well. Suamataia was the highest recruit in Oregon’s 2021 class, but had yet to see much of the field this season.

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