Posted January 22, 2012 on oklahomastate.scout.com
In my opinion one of the standouts in Oklahoma State's group of commitments is wide receiver C.J. Curry. Once committed to Georgia, Curry switched after an unofficial visit to Stillwater. He moved from a school that was more ground oriented on offense to Flowery Branch High School's more balanced offense, where he put up good offensive numbers and was spectacular with big play after big play.
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