Keller Central's Zach Sanchez was one of the few athletes not playing quarterback or running back who could take over a game by himself.
Now Sanchez will try to do the same in the Big 12.
The receiver/defensive back signed a national letter of intent to play for Oklahoma on Wednesday, finishing a career that may leave him as the best player in Central's short history.
Sanchez caught 45 balls for 994 yards and 13 touchdowns in addition to his work on the defensive side of the ball, where he was one of the most feared DBs in the area.
The senior's defining performance came against Denton Guyer. He caught two touchdown passes and returned an interception 85 yards for a touchdown in Central's 21-14 win.
That win went a long way toward solidifying Central's first playoff berth in school history. Central beat Coppell in Week 10 in what amounted to a playoff play-in game, and the Chargers put a scare into top-ranked Allen in bi-district before losing 30-17 at Cowboys Stadium.
Sanchez was originally committed to Baylor but switched late in the process.
Central offensive lineman Simon Goines also signed on Wednesday. He joins Jim Mora's first class at UCLA.