Cowboy Commit, Millwood Standout Chooses Colorado Over OSU

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Millwood football standout, and one time OSU football commit, Israel Antwine switched schools on signing day, and chose to sign with the University of Colorado.

"After a lot of thinking, me and my dad talking, after choosing between a bunch of schools, I'm thankful for every school that has given me an offer, I'm choosing to take my talents to ... the University of Colorado," Antwine told friends, family and the media from the Millwood High School library.

Antwine originally committed to the Cowboys on October 15 in a church service.

The senior defensive lineman considered Colorado, Oklahoma State, Georgia, Texas and Ole Miss.

Check out the video above to watch Antwine's announcement, why he chose Colorado and his thoughts on not signing with Oklahoma State.

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