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Oklahoma Sooners offer 4-star cornerback and Georgia Bulldogs commit

Oklahoma’s defensive backs had an up-and-down season in 2023. They’ll be looking for more consistency as the Sooners prepare for the SEC. The Sooner defensive backs are a talented unit, and they had excellent production with interceptions, as the Sooners were in the top five as a team in that category. They can improve to be more sticky in coverage going into 2024.

Jay Valai has been an excellent recruiter since coming to Oklahoma, and he’s looking to continue building that room with an offer to Tae Harris out of Cedartown, Georgia, on Wednesday morning.

Harris, a four-star, six-foot cornerback in the 2025 class, is already committed to Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs. However, Harris is not planning to shut down his recruitment anytime soon and continues to visit other schools.

The 247Sports composite rankings have Harris rated as a four-star prospect and the No. 221 prospect in the country, the No. 27 cornerback, and the No. 28 prospect in Georgia.

Harris is a dual-sport athlete with excellent track times in the 100-meter dash and some very nice numbers on the gridiron. He is a two-way player for his Cedartown High School team who plays receiver when not locking down receivers. He also showcased versatility as a defensive back and played free safety. He could be a candidate to play the nickel for the Sooners in college given his versatility.

Tae Harris’s Recruiting Profile

Film

Hudl

Ratings

Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman
Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman

Stars

Overall

Position

State

ESPN

4

122

14

19

Rivals

4

171

18

21

247Sports

3

N/A

36

36

247 Composite

4

221

27

28

On3 Recruiting

4

285

35

32

On3 Industry

4

231

27

29

 

Vitals

Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman
Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

Hometown

Cedartown, Georgia

Projected Position

DB

Height

6-0

Weight

180

 

Recruitment

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
  • Offered on January 17th, 2024

  • No visit scheduled yet

Notable Offers

Photo by Ronald Cortes/Getty Images
Photo by Ronald Cortes/Getty Images

Per 247Sports

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