Brent Venables wants Oklahoma to keep all the homegrown talent here in the Sooner State. This includes Booker T. Washington’s Micah Tease.
The class of 2023 four-star athlete announced today that he has been “re-offered” by Oklahoma.
— Micah Tease (@m3tease) January 4, 2022
“After an amazing talk with Coach Venables and Coach Hall, I am HONORED by being re-offered by UNIVERSITY of OKLAHOMA. Tease tweeted #BoomerSooner
247Sports has Tease ranked as the nation’s No. 122 player overall and the 15th-highest rated athlete. In 247Sports’ composite player rankings, Tease checks in as the nation’s No. 163 player overall in the 2023 class.
Rivals has Tease ranked as the nation’s No. 210 player overall and No. 10 athlete. On3 rates Tease as the nation’s No. 125 player overall and the country’s 18th-best wide receiver. Tease is listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN.
OUInsider’s Brandon Drumm and Parker Thune both have put in crystal ball projections for Tease to wind up at Oklahoma. These crystal-ball predictions were made last summer on July 9, and Aug. 3, respectively.
According to MaxPreps, Tease hauled in 31 receptions for 618 receiving yards and had nine touchdowns during his 2021 season with the Booker T. Washington Hornets.
In additional to OU, Tease offers scholarships from Arkansas, Cal and Florida, Iowa State. Memphis, Missouri. Notre Dame. Oklahoma State. Ole Miss. Pittsburgh. TCU, Texas Tech. Tulsa. USC. Washington.
Tease’s versatility makes it difficult to predict where he will play next. However, just by Tease’s tweet that included the names of OU safety coach Brandon Hall and Brent Venables, it seems like Tease might be a good fit for the defensive side.
Tease made unofficial visits to Arkansas and Alabama. Tease went to Arkansas on Sept. 11, Alabama on Nov. 20, and Oklahoma State on Nov. 27.