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Name: Tanner Mordecai (Transfer from Oklahoma)
College: Southern Methodist     Number: 15
Height: 6-2   Weight: 211
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 4.62
   40 Time: 4.72
  40 High: 4.82
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Height: 6021
Weight: 211

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC/Transfer from Oklahoma

 Tanner Mordecai, Southern Methodist, Player News


  Basically as soon as Tanner Mordecai was in the transfer portal Sunday, SMU offensive coordinator Garrett Riley was in contact with him. Riley, of course, is the brother of the head coach whose program Mordecai had just left - Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley. SMU was a school he'd already had on his mind and had targeted to some extent before entering the portal. Mordecai had watched quarterback Shane Buechele rebound from losing a rotation spot at Texas to become an all-time great at SMU. For this Big 12 quarterback from Oklahoma, the blueprint was there and the fit felt right.

"SMU's just a really good spot. It made a lot of sense for me," Mordecai told The Dallas Morning News. "They have a lot of returning guys. It's right down the road from where I'm from. I like the city of Dallas. SMU offers a really good academic opportunity. Man, it really just made a lot of sense in a lot of different ways." Mordecai spent three years at Oklahoma and the past two as the backup to different starters. The four-star recruit redshirted his freshman year, but he was efficient when he did play for the Sooners, completing 50 of 70 passes. He's capable of running the ball, but it wasn't a big part of his arsenal. - Dallas Morning News


(DS#22 QB) rJr/2023 QB Tanner MordecaiSouthern Methodist
News Source: Dallas Morning News
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  It appears as if SMU found its quarterback for 2021. Just four days after QB Shane Buechele declared for the NFL draft, the Mustangs have landed a likely replacement. Ex-Oklahoma quarterback Tanner Mordecai announced on Twitter that he had committed to SMU, two days after entering the transfer portal. Mordecai spent three years at Oklahoma, mostly serving as a backup to the elite QBs that came through the Sooners' system. The Waco native was 32-of-40 this season, even getting some meaningful snaps in the Red River rivalry back in October. Mordecai had other big offers coming out of high school, including opportunities to go to Georgia, Ole Miss and others. - Dallas Morning News

(DS#22 QB) rJr/2023 QB Tanner MordecaiSouthern Methodist
News Source: Dallas Morning News
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  OU backup quarterback Tanner Mordecai announced Sunday that he was entering the transfer portal. "Forever grateful for my time here," Mordecai posted on Twitter. "I have now entered the transfer portal. Excited to see what God has in store for me." The move wasn't entirely surprising, given Spencer Rattler's performance this season and the addition of another five-star quarterback, Caleb Williams, in the 2021 class. "He's been a really good member of this football team," Sooners coach Lincoln Riley said of Mordecai. "I think he's looking for the opportunity to go in and be a starter somewhere. He's done really well and I think he's ready to be a starter." Mordecai has thrown for 529 yards and four touchdowns with one interception during his Sooners career. He spent the last two seasons as the backup, first behind Jalen Hurts last season and Rattler this year. - Daily Oklahoman

(DS#22 QB) rJr/2023 QB Tanner MordecaiSouthern Methodist
News Source: Daily Oklahoman
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