Douglass’ Dameko Doddles verbally committed to Wyoming on Wednesday, Trojans coach Willis Alexander told The Oklahoman.
Doddles is ranked No. 24 on The Oklahoman’s Super 30, and his lone scholarship offer came from the Cowboys.
It is unclear whether Doddles will play receiver or safety at Wyoming after excelling during his junior season at both positions for Douglass. He caught five touchdown passes and also rushed for one, while totaling 49 tackles and two interceptions to lead the Trojans to the Class 4A semifinals.
Doddles becomes the latest Oklahoma standout to commit to a Division I university after Broken Arrow’s Markale Moses verbally committed to Army earlier this week.
Verbal commitments are non-binding. Doddles and Moses cannot sign until Feb. 4.
NORMAN NORTH’S WOODARD CHOOSES SOCCER, OSU
Norman North multisport star Haley Woodard has chosen what field she will pursue in college.
Woodard verbally committed to play soccer for Oklahoma State, she announced on her Twitter page.
“never thought I’d like orange.. but excited to say I have officially committed to play soccer at OSU!,” she tweeted.
Woodard was instrumental in leading the Timberwolves to the Class 6A championship this spring, scoring 15 goals alongside 10 assists. She was a member of The Oklahoman’s All-City girls soccer first team.
She was also a crucial part of Norman North’s recent run to the Class 6A girls basketball state tournament, averaging 13.6 points last season.
ZANGARI SELECTED FOR ALL-AMERICAN CLASSIC
Carl Albert catcher Corey Zangari is heading to San Diego in August.
Zangari, who is verbally committed to Oklahoma State, has been selected to participate in the 12th annual Perfect Game All-American Classic on Sunday, Aug. 10, at PETCO Park.
He will join 53 other players selected from across the country in the game that will be televised by MLB Network at 7 p.m.
Zangari hit .505 with 11 home runs and 56 RBIs last season, helping the Titans win their third straight Class 5A championship.