Four-star QB Cameron Rising shockingly flips from Oklahoma

This came out of NOWHERE!

This is the kind of flip that gets a rivalry going in the offseason!

On Saturday, four-star quarterback Cameron Rising (6-foot-2, 209 pounds, Newbury Park, Ca.) suddenly announced that he was decommitting from Oklahoma in order to announce a new commitment... to the Texas Longhorns.

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Rising had been committed to Oklahoma since last August, and there wasn't any reason to believe that he was leaning that heavily towards another school until he announced the decision on Saturday.

"Tom Herman is a big reason," Rising said to 247Sports. "He's a great coach. I know he's about to turn that program around. He has so much energy. You never catch him down. It's all fast-paced."

With the new commit, Texas now has four recruits in their 2018 class.