For his career, he had 147 catches for 2,478 yards and 28 touchdowns.
Pingleton credited his success to his connection with quarterback Wyatt Robson, who also set several passing records at Ada.
“Since ninth grade, we've been playing pitch-and-catch,” Pingleton said. “It's just like backyard football. We both have faith in each other. Wyatt knows he just has to put it close, and I know he's gonna put it close.”
A variety of Division II programs, like Central Oklahoma, East Central, and others have extended scholarship offers, but Pingleton, who has 4.3-second 40-yard dash speed, is hoping a Division I offer might still come.
Memphis, Houston, Arizona State and Tulsa have shown interest at times.
“I guess some players aren't the right fit for some people,” Pingleton said. “It's out of my hands now. I've done what I can do. The season's over. We'll see.”