Jones kicker Nathan Lee was one of the best kickers in the state as a senior.
Now, Lee plans on trying to kick at Oklahoma, accepting a spot as a preferred walk-on for the Sooners.
Lee hit 5 of 9 field-goal tries this season, with a long of 42.
Lee isn't the only former Longhorns player who plans on continuing the sport in college.
Wide receiver/defensive back Randall Case is committed to East Central and lineman Clay Hunt is committed to Mid-America (Kan.) Nazarene.
DEER CREEK'S LOOMIS, YUKON'S SANCHEZ COMMIT TO SWOSU
Deer Creek linebacker Austin Loomis committed to Southwestern Oklahoma State over the weekend.
Loomis had a huge senior year, racking up 245 tackles, including 20 for loss, earning Oklahoman Big All-City honors.
Former Deer Creek assistant Michael Collins is SWOSU's wide receivers coach.
Also, Yukon wide receiver Codey Sanchez verbally committed to Southwestern last week.
Sanchez, 6-1, 175 pounds, was among the state's top receivers with 1,170 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior.
He is the fifth Yukon player to commit to a Division II program.
ALVA'S MCGEHEE COMMITS TO NWOSU
Alva running back Tanner McGehee recently committed to Northwestern Oklahoma State.
McGehee was the District 2A-1 Running Back of the Year and was named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association's All-State team after rushing for 1,592 yards and 19 touchdowns and recording 57 tackles and a pair of interceptions on defense.