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Oklahoma is waiting a full month after the NCAA allowed the resumption of on-campus activities to reopen its football facilities.
- Cautious Oklahoma waiting till July 1 to reopen
- Oklahoma lands No. 1-ranked WR Williams
- Sooners' Riley calls June 1 start date 'ridiculous'
- Big 12 football media days in July going virtual
Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer
Oklahoma added the No. 1 ranked wide receiver in Mario Williams Jr. He's the No. 16 ranked prospect overall and the second No. 1 ranked receiver Oklahoma has landed in the past three recruiting cycles.
ESPN 300 wide receiver Mario Williams announced his commitment to Oklahoma on Friday.
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