Oklahoma ATH wants to be a QB

Oklahoma City Millwood athlete Donoavan Woods is proving to everybody that he should be a quarterback in college. And to make the point very clear, he's spending time this summer working out with his brothers.
Woods is the younger brother of Oklahoma State star wide receiver Rashaun Woods and looks to be the top dual-threat quarterback in Oklahoma since Ben Rutz.
He's ranked by as an athlete because of his ability to maybe contribute at a number of positions in college, but Woods wants to make it clear that he's more than ready to tackle the challenge of playing quarterback.
"I've been mainly working on my mechanics," he said. "A lot of coaches look at mechanics. I think I have the raw potential and the timing down with receivers. I just need to work on the little things."
At this point, Woods said he's still leaning toward Oklahoma State "slightly" but a new team is starting to make a move up his charts.
"SMU is really up there, too," he said. "I think they've offered me like OSU has, and I like what I could do down there."
UCLA, Nebraska, Tulsa and Miami are the other teams that expressed interest with May calls and have been sending regular mail.
"If Miami and UCLA are interested like they seem, then I would be, too," Woods said.