Not a lot of OU commits and targets in the Under Armour or U.S. Army all-star games but definitely…
USAAAB: Natrell Curtis
Phoenix (Ariz.) Mountain Pointe offensive lineman Natrell Curtis was selected to represent the West in this year's US Army All-American Game. After one day of practice, the 6-foot-2, 300-pounder says he's enjoyed the competition, and feels that his home state is representing well. "I feel like the Arizona guys are the best out here," he said with a laugh. "But I look over and I see Kyle Allen and Jalen Brown, and those guys are doing a good job. I feel like we are stacking up well against everyone." Curtis, who recently helped his team win the state championship, recently opened up the recruiting process after decommitting from Washington. Though he's keeping mum on the process, he did say he's maintained a good relationship with Oklahoma, from where he holds an offer. "It's been great with Sooners. I took my official up there and I love it up there. We have got a good relationship," he said of the OU staff. While Curtis says he's "open to all schools," he declined from naming any others aside from OU. As to the possibility that he could announce a commitment during Saturday's live broadcast, Curtis says anything can happen. "You just never know," he said.
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