Oklahoma is without one more member of the Class fo 2014 this summer. Safety Vontre McQuinnie has been officially removed from the football roster this week, but he still plans on arriving on Oklahoma’s campus in the future.
According to The Oklahoman, McQuinnie had planned to enroll in a junior college and transfer to Oklahoma at the completion of his summer courses. That plan may be on hold as well, but time will tell how this all plays out. Tulsa World, first to report the roster news with a confirmation from Oklahoma’s athletics department, says McQuinnie never arrived in Norman this summer, opting to enroll at a community college to focus on grades. McQuinnie is the second member of Oklahoma’s Class of 2014 not to make it to the fall, with offensive lineman Natrell Curtis choosing to enroll at a community college in Arizona. Curtis was a three-star lineman according to Rivals.com.
McQuinnie was a two-star prospect at safety according to Rivals.com. Recruiting by Mike Stoops, McQuinnie chose the Sooners over offers from SMU and Iowa.