ORLANDO, FLORIDA – DECEMBER 01: head coach Mike Norvell of the Memphis Tigers walks across the field during warm-up before the American Athletic Championship against the UCF Knights at Spectrum Stadium on December 01, 2018 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Julio Aguilar/Getty Images)Kundarrius Taylor, one of the top junior college wide receivers in the country, announced a commitment to Memphis earlier this afternoon.A native of Memphis who starred at Ridgeway High School, Taylor signed with Oklahoma in the class of 2018. However, he had to go the junior college route and spent last season at Copiah-Lincoln Community College.Taylor recommitted to OU in January but reopened his recruitment in March. On Sunday, he told the world he is staying local.“I wanna say thanks to everyone who has been in my circle and who’s pushed me to strive for greatness,” Taylor said on Twitter. “With this being said…I’m committed to the University of Memphis. I’M STAYING HOME.” WELCOME TO MY CITY 4️⃣ @Coach_Norvell @AnthonyJonesFB @MemphisFB pic.twitter.com/D7Nxfpj0D4— Ryuk🍏 (@KingKt___) June 9, 2019Taylor was the No. 12 player in the state of Tennessee and the No. 24 athlete in the nation coming out of high school.Last season, Taylor caught 31 passes for 547 yards and eight touchdowns at Copiah-Lincoln.He will join Memphis’ 2020 recruiting class.