Armanti Foreman decommits from Oklahoma

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The Longhorns and the Aggies are thought to be in the mix for the playmaking wide receiver.

Armanti Foreman never made it to Norman.

On Tuesday morning, the news that Oklahoma Sooners fans had expected for some time finally came down -- the Texas City (Texas) wide receiver officially decided to open up his recruitment.

Despite being committed to the Sooners since October of 2012, Foreman never made a trip up to Oklahoma to visit the school. He had, however, made multiple recent visits to Texas and Texas A&M, the two schools that are thought to be most heavily in the mix for Foreman.

Recruiting analyst Jordan Esco of SB Nation's Sooner blog Crimson and Cream Machine broke down where things stand for the Sooners as they continue to pursue their now-former commit, who has not eliminated the Sooners:

The positive here for Oklahoma is Foreman's relationship with Jay Norvell and that a future trip to Norman is still likely to happen. The negative of course is having to re-recruit a player you previously had committed and his apparent (and understandable) strong desire to play with his brother, who up to this point Oklahoma has shown no and/or little interest in offering.

As for the Longhorns and Aggies, Hookem.com analyst Jeff Howe reports that Texas seems to be in good shape for the 5'11, 175-pound wideout:

The Aggies, on the other hand, will be receiving a visit from Foreman for their Maroon-and-White game, just as the Longhorns received a visit for their spring game last weekend.

More than just visits, however, the key to Foreman's recruitment is probably his twin brother D'Onta, a running back/linebacker prospect who is yet to receiver his first offer:

At this point, it seems that it will be difficult or close to impossible for a school to secure a commitment from Armanti in the near future without offering D'Onta, so the Sooners, Longhorns, Aggies, and whatever other schools are serious about recruiting Armanti need to think long and hard about where D'Onta could fit in their class.

A talented three-star prospect, D'Onta isn't nearly as well-regarded as his twin brother, but he is good enough to play at a high-BCS program. The question is which school or schools will agree and take a chance on him.

Want to know which school has the best shot at Armanti? Watch the offer list for D'Onta. Right now, it's that simple.

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