Oklahoma City (Okla.) Millwood quarterback Donovan Woods finally pulled the trigger and chose his college.
"I committed to Oklahoma State," the 6-foot-2, 205-pound Woods said. "I just knew that is where I wanted to be."
The Cowboys were one of two schools to have offered Woods a scholarship, but don't take that as a knock on his talents.
"I think deep down everyone knew I was going to pick OSU," Woods said. "My brother being there played a big part in my decision and I'm sure most other schools thought with me having that tie to the school, it would be tough to get me."
Woods decided to go ahead and commit before the season as a sort of insurance policy.
"By going ahead and committing, I know I have a school in case something bad would happen during this season. I'm very happy with my choice."
As was the Cowboys boss.
"Coach Miles sure acted excited and happy when I committed. I told him when I was down there for the academic day on July 27. He is giving me the opportunity to play for a good football team and I'm very happy to be headed there."