MIDWEST CITY — One of the state's best quarterbacks the last two years, it was unclear just where Carl Albert standout Stevie Thompson would end up for college.
Perfectly suited for Carl Albert's run-based offense, Thompson needed a college scheme that would allow him to showcase his skills as well.
And he found it at Pittsburg State (Kan.), signing with the Gorillas over Central Oklahoma on Wednesday.
“I feel like I fit in more up there,” Thompson said. “They have a great program up there. The offense is more similar to Carl Albert.
“It was a tough decision. I had two pretty good offers, and I was just more comfortable with Pitt.”
Thompson was one of four Titan football players to sign with college programs Wednesday.
Chantz Woodberry, who spent most of his career at defensive end and tight end before shifting to running back as a senior, signed with Southwestern Oklahoma State in Weatherford. There, the 6-foot-1, 240-pound Woodberry will get the chance to continue running the ball.
“They contacted me about a month ago and I took a visit, and it was the place for me. They treat me like family, and they needed a big back in their offense,” he said.