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Bo Bradshaw and Caleb Holland, both from Carl Albert High School, have signed to play football for the Oklahoma Baptist Bison next fall.

They both played on Coach Gary Rose's 2012 Class 5A State Championship squad.

Bradshaw, a 6-0, 190-pound linebacker, was named All-State All-Star, All-District 5A-2, All-VYPE second-team and All-Big City honorable mention. He was CAHS Defensive Player of the Year and played four years of football and basketball.

Bradshaw also served as junior and senior class president, was a Boys State delegate and served four years on the student council. He is the son of Brennan and Christi Bradshaw.

"I love the school and coaches," Bradshaw said of his decision to come to OBU. "I have gone to Super Summer (on the OBU campus) since seventh grade. I feel at home. It is where God is leading me to be."

Holland, a 6-2, 250-pound offensive lineman, was First-Team Big All-City and All-District and Daily Oklahoman Second-Team All-State.

The son of Jeff and Christie Holland, Caleb plans to major in business.

Holland said he selected OBU because "the coaches welcomed me in and it felt like home."

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