A little more than two years ago, Oklahoma was a major player in the Dorial Green-Beckham sweepstakes.

Green-Beckham, a five-star wide receiver prospect considered the nation’s best player in the recruiting class of 2012, ultimately picked Missouri and compiled 87 catches, 1,278 yards and 17 touchdowns in two seasons with the Tigers.

After two marijuana-related arrests and an investigation into Green-Beckham allegedly forcing his way into an apartment and assaulting an 18-year-old woman, though, Tigers coach Gary Pinkel dismissed the star receiver on April 11.

Green-Beckham was never charged in the incident, but issued a statement to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch after his dismissal acknowledging his immaturity.

“I have been young and dumb,” Green-Beckham said in the statement. “I want to be better. During my suspension I’m entering counseling. With help, I know I can be stronger emotionally and spiritually.”

After early reports that Green-Beckham was transferring to Eastern Illinois — an FCS school that would give him immediate eligibility in 2014 — CBSSports.com reported in late May that he was now considering skipping next season altogether and entering the 2015 NFL Draft.