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  Creed Humphrey had two solid reasons to end his Oklahoma football career early. The All-American center had the option to kickstart his NFL career following 2019. Humphrey chose to return to school, announcing his intention to stay in Norman in January. Humphrey, a Shawnee High School product, cited in a tweet that playing at OU had been a dream ever since he could remember and felt there was a chance for the Sooners "to do something very special this year" as to why he came back. The 2019 Rimington Trophy finalist, an award annually presented to the nation's top center, remains solid with his decision. "There was never really any thought of me opting out," Humphrey said during a Zoom video conference with media on Friday. "I came back to play this fall. That's my goal and that's what I planned to do no matter what."

Humphrey's decision solidifies an OU offensive line that brings back all of its 2019 starters. OU returns tackles Erik Swenson and Adrain Ealy and guards Marquise Hayes and Tyrese Robinson to complement Humphrey at center. The group went through a few growing pains as they replaced 2019 NFL draft picks Cody Ford, Ben Powers, Bobby Evans and Dru Samia last season but eventually became a dependable an strong unit. Humphrey is confident the Sooners' 2020 offensive line is just as good as it was when he first took over as the team's starting center in 2018 alongside Ford, Powers, Evans and Samia. "This group has as much talent as any group since I've been here," Humphrey said. - Norman Transcript


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