Christopher Lee Murray, the football star born in Inglewood, California has been granted an eligibility waiver this season. This news was shared in a tweet by Jason Kersey, who is a staff writer for The Athletic covering the University of Oklahoma football.

As Murray has not been seen practicing before the game between Oklahoma Sooners football, the college football team that represents the University of Oklahoma, and Texas Longhorns football, the intercollegiate team representing the University of Texas at Austin.

The talent and experience of Murray is remarkable and that is exactly what Oklahoma needs right now. As the team is lacking a primary and reliable player in its offensive line, the squad is really happy to bring him to the team.

Murray has tons of experience as he has been a part of 900 snaps in 12 games for UCLA Bruins football, the UCLA Bruins football program that represents the University of California. This promoted him to become a primary lineman on the offensive side of the team.

In 2018, the talented Murray played in 849 snaps so this shows how much experienced the player is. Not only experienced, but the player will be very crucial to the team as he has the skills to outperform anyone in a game.

Things haven’t been going so well for Oklahoma as Ronnie Perkins, who is the best defensive player for the team, was not allowed to play the game due to a ban after failing NCAA drug tests. Along with him, running back, Rhamondre Stevenson and the wide receiver, Trejan Bridges also got the suspension.

There could never be perfect timing for him to come in the team and the management is excited to see him perform on their side.