Guthrie High School seniors Tervae Williams and JD Coonfield signed their letter of intent to play college football on Thursday morning.
In front of a packed GHS library, Williams made it official with Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) in Miami (OK) and Coonfield with Southwestern College (Winfield, KS).
Coonfield was a two-year starter for Guthrie’s defense. He finished with 110 tackles, including 85 solo tackles and six interceptions with two of those for touchdowns in his high school career.
Williams was a three-year starter and finished with 127 tackles, seven sacks and six interceptions with three of those for touchdowns.
Both Coonfield and Williams finished with All-District 5A-2 honors along with Class 5A All-Stars.
Tahliq Jackson, a two-year starter, also signed to play college football after signing with Missouri Western (St. Joseph, MO).
Head coach Kelly Beeby added four other Bluejays are still considering their options at this time.