LONE GROVE, Oklahoma (KTEN)- The Lone Grove Longhorns made the playoffs in football for the fourth-straight year this past fall.

They averaged over 41 points per game in the regular season, and their two star receivers were a big reason why.

And for these two Longhorns, college football is something they dreamed of playing since they were little. 

Wednesday, they made it official with both athletes staying in their home state. D'marion Jackson is heading to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M while Brody Harris will play at Northwestern Oklahoma State.

And both were full of emotion on their big day.

"It's been a blessing to be able to do this. I've dreamed about this since I was a kid. I didn't know what sport, but luckily football has worked out for me," Harris said. "I've been working really hard at it. The coaches have helped me through every step I've taken. It's all part of God's plan."

"Man, it has been crazy, I love it," Jackson said. "Having the community around me, my teammates, coaches pushing me. It's just so much excitement. I'm ready to start the new level."