Oklahoma offensive tackle Wanya Morris announced Friday that he is declaring for the NFL draft and will skip the Sooners’ bowl game.
Morris, a right tackle, spent the last two seasons with Oklahoma after spending his first two college campaigns at Tennessee.
“These past 4 years haven’t been easy at all, but everyone of you have helped me mature into a better man, player and teammate,” Morris said on Twitter. “… After discussing with my family, I will be opting out of the bowl game and declaring for the 2023 NFL draft.”
To New beginnings ?? pic.twitter.com/EoEufLWEAb
— TheWanyaMorris™? (@wanyamorris64) December 2, 2022
Morris is likely a mid-to-late round selection in the draft.
He is the second Oklahoma offensive lineman to declare this week. Left tackle Anton Harrison, a possible first-round pick, announced he was declaring for the draft on Wednesday.
–Field Level Media