ENID, Okla. — Two-time Oklahoma State All-American Rashaun Woods is the lone finalist for Enid High School football coach, Superintendent Darrell Floyd said Thursday.
Floyd said the hire won't be official until the Enid Board of Education acts on his recommendation on Monday night.
A former NFL first-round pick and Millwood High School graduate, Woods was set to tell his players at his current job at John Marshall High School in Oklahoma City, according to The Oklahoman.
Coaching the Bears, Woods rounded up a coaching staff that included former Cowboys Donovan Woods and Billy Bajema and ex-Texas A&M star Tango McCauley. He took over that winless program in 2012 and won the Class 3a state championship in 2017.
The Oklahoma City native coached as an assistant at Millwood and Star Spencer High School, where Floyd said he was a state champion offensive coordinator.
As a professional football player, the wide receiver competed in the NFL and Canadian Football League from 2004 to 2007.
Woods replaces Steve Hayes after his resignation in November.
This story will be updated.