Spencer Rattler is done playing high school football.
Oklahoma’s 2019 QB commit was ruled ineligible for violating a school policy, according to a report from AZCentral.com.
Details are slim, but Rattler’s father told AZ Central’s Richard Obert that the family has spoken with OU coach Lincoln Riley. As of now, his standing with the Sooners seems to have remained unchanged.
“There is nothing on his permanent record,” Mike Rattler told AZ Central. “We discussed everything with Coach Riley.
“It’s a dumb thing and it happened. He’s a good kid. He’s never been in trouble. He has a 3.8 GPA.”
Rattler is an elite HS recruit out of Phoenix, Ariz. Alongside several other future Sooners, he dominated The Opening recruiting event earlier this summer.
Oklahoma will not be able to publicly comment on Rattler’s status until he officially signs with the program. The NCAA bans coaches from commenting on prospective
According to 247 Composite rankings, Rattler is a 5-star prospect and the No. 1 overall quarterback in the country. Rattler will be eligible to sign with the Sooners on Dec. 19, 2018.
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