The Oklahoma Sooners have a quarterback commit on the move as 2025 four-star QB Kevin Sperry is leaving his high school in Rock Hill, Texas to attend high school in Oklahoma.
Sperry is currently heading into his junior season after playing his first two years in Texas, and while high school recruits aren’t typically known for moving to get closer to their college coaches and program, Sperry is moving just minutes away from his future offensive coordinator, Jeff Lebby according to a report from SoonerScoop.
Sperry and his father spent the previous two weeks in Norman camping, and when it became time for the Sperry family to head back to Texas, the Oklahoma commit decided that he wasn’t quite ready to leave.
Kevin Sperry Sr. detailed the decision to SoonerScoop by saying, “The process was just following the Lord. Last Wednesday, in between camps, my kids told me they didn’t want to go home. They felt more and more like this is where they wanted to be, in Oklahoma. When I heard that — I’m always looking out for the best interest of my kids. They’re only going to get one high school experience. If we have the means to do something to support them, then we’re going to do it.”
Now set to join the defending 5A state champions, Carl Albert High School, Sperry is just minutes from his future team and coaching staff. With the Sooners set to move to the SEC in 2024, Sperry will get a chance to finish his senior year while the Sooners get their first dose of SEC football, and then join them for their second year in the new conference.