4-Star OL Andrew Raym Commits To Oklahoma For 2nd Time

first_img At the end of the day, I couldn’t get rid of this #OUDNA ‼️‼️ 🎥: @OU247 @JasonSwanny pic.twitter.com/Mu0WUSZHKA— Andrew Raym7️⃣2️⃣ (@andrew_raymBAHS) July 10, 2019Although Raym didn’t announce his recommitment until tonight, SoonerScoop’s Bob Przybylo indicates he may have privately done so almost two months ago.Apparently, Lincoln Riley hinted at this with one of his patented “eye emoji” tweets on May 25.He’s back w/ #OU. #OKPreps (@BrokenArrowFTBL) OL @andrew_raymBAHS re-commits to #Sooners #20Deep class. There are your Eyes of Lincoln 👀 from way back when on May 25. https://t.co/DJAbOb1sgN— Bob Przybylo (@BPrzybylo) July 10, 2019Raym is the No. 1 player in Oklahoma, No. 3 offensive guard and No. 90 overall player in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings.Currently, Oklahoma’s 2020 class ranks first in the Big 12 and 16th nationally. A close up of an Oklahoma Sooners football helmet.NORMAN, OK – NOVEMBER 22: An Oklahoma Sooners helmet on the field during warm ups before the game against the Kansas Jayhawks November 22, 2014 at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma. The Sooners defeated the Jayhawks 44-7. (Photo by Brett Deering/Getty Images)It isn’t often that a recruit decommits from a program only to re-pledge to them at some point in the future. That’s what happened with four-star lineman Andrew Raym and Oklahoma though.Raym had been committed to the Sooners from November 2017 until May 2018. Since reopening his recruitment 14 months ago, he has drawn dozens of new offers but never lost interest in OU.Tonight, Raym went public with a second commitment to Oklahoma, choosing the Sooners over Michigan, Georgia, LSU, Arkansas and others.“At the end of the day, I couldn’t get rid of this #OUDNA,” Raym tweeted.last_img read more

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FROM THE FIELD Balancing act for Philippines farmers

BSWM-UNDP Philippines-GEF5 SLM Project | Over-cultivation and the effects of climate change have led to the deterioration of soils in the Philippines’ Bukidnon Province. (file)But now, with the UNDP’s help, farmers in the Philippines’ Bukidnon Province are learning how to balance traditional methods of cultivation with the need to farm more sustainably while improving the quality of the soil.Read more here about how farmers are becoming more resilient and flexible in the face of changing climatic conditions and socioeconomic pressures. Over-cultivation, poor land management and industrialization – in addition to the effects of climate change – have led to the deterioration of soils which in turn has contributed to a loss of biodiversity. read more

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