Parrish Cobb, recently released from his football scholarship commitment at Baylor, has signed with Oklahoma.
The cornerback bolted from his hometown university, joining many others from the Bears’ 2016 signing class, following recent events at the Big 12 school. Friday’s news was first reported by The Football Brainiacs.
Cobb was a longtime OU commit before flipping to Baylor right before February’s signing day.
Only 11 players remain from the team’s original 22-member signing class, according to the Waco Tribune. On Thursday, defensive end Brandon Bowen was granted his scholarship release and reportedly considered OU before signing with Baylor.
Cobb anchored a Waco La Vega football team that went 16-0 and captured the program’s first state championship.
He had 56 tackles with four interceptions and 16 pass breakups at cornerback. While playing on offense, he had 37 receptions for 692 yards and 10 TDs and rushed for 543 yards and seven TDs.