MADILL, OK -- Wildcat pitcher Gage Goff signed his letter of intent to play ball at Rose College Monday afternoon.
The Madill High School senior made the choice because of the campus and coaching staff.
He's hoping to knock out his basics at the two-year college before transferring closer to home, Southeastern perhaps, and eventually become a teacher and a coach.
He says the Madill coaches preach hard work and dedication which will help him greatly at the next level.
"I'm just excited about the opportunity that I have to keep on playing the sport that I love. A lot of kids don't get that kind of chance out of high school, so I'm just excited about that," he says.