(Tulsa-AP) -- One of the top high school running backs in Oklahoma says he's met the N-C-A-A requirements for the A-C-T test and wants to play for Oklahoma.

Kejuan Jones of Jenks has rushed for nearly 12-hundred yards and 20 touchdowns this season while averaging almost ten-and-a-half yards per carry while sharing time at running back.

He has split time with fellow standout back Bobby Klinck, who has also said he plans to enroll at O-U.

Verbal commitments are non-binding.