NORMAN — After being committed to Oklahoma for nearly a year, Casady offensive guard Josh Wariboko-Alali has decommitted from the Sooners.
Wariboko-Alali’s decommitment was first reported by Rivals.com, and he subsequently confirmed the report.
Wariboko-Alali (6-foot-3, 310 pounds) had been committed to the Sooners since late June.
His younger brother, Max, a 2016 recruit, picked up his first Division I offer earlier in the week when Louisville became the first to offer the defensive back.
Rivals reported that Wariboko-Alali called Sooners offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh nearly a week ago to inform him of his decision.
Wariboko-Alali said the Sooners remained in consideration.
His other offers include Oklahoma State, Florida, Florida State, Louisville, LSU, Miami, Nebraska, Texas and Tennessee.
Rivals ranks Wariboko-Alali as the No. 74 player overall in the 2015 class and the No. 3 guard. He's No. 2 on The Oklahoman's Super 30 ranking of the state's top recruits for 2015.
His decommitment leaves the Sooners with four commits for the class. Allen (Texas) offensive tackle Bobby Evans, whose brother Tay signed with the Sooners in February, is the only offensive lineman in the group.