No. 9 Frisco Lone Star and four-star wide receiver, Marvin Mims, announced that he has flipped his commitment from Stanford to the University of Oklahoma via twitter last Thursday. 

According to a 247sports.com composite, Mims is ranked no. 54 in the wide receiver position and no. 46 in the state of Texas. With his  commitment to OU, Mims becomes  Oklahoma’s fifth top ranked recruit from the 2020 cycle. Mims is the 18th pledge to the program for head coach Lincoln Riley and the seventh four-star commit. 

At 5-foot-11, 161-pounds, Mims has been a key component to the Frisco Lone Star’s program. As a sophomore, Mims caught 54 passes for a total of 1,175 yards while scoring 12 touchdowns. His junior season saw 59 receptions for a total of 1,158 yards and 14 touchdowns. 

Mims was offered a spot with the Sooners in February, but had committed to Standford in August. Mims has offers from 26 other programs to include TCU, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Ohio State, and Tennessee. 

Mims has had an incredible senior season helping to lead Frisco Lon Star to a 10-0 regular season record with 73 receptions for nearly 1,900 yards and 24 touchdowns for Frisco.

Mims is currently leading in the polls for the Landry award over Duncanville High School’s Chris Thompson, Jr., Denton Ryan High School’s Drew Sanders, Rockwall High School’s Jaxon Smith-Njiba, and Highland Park High School’s Chandler Morris. Mims is also listed as an Under Armour All-American player. 

Mims and Frisco are scheduled to continue their push towards a 2019 Texas High School Football State title in the area round against College Station this Friday at Waco ISD Stadium. Kick-off is scheduled ford 7:30 pm CST.