McComb quarterback Alex Woodall has verbally committed to Louisiana Tech.
Woodall, the state's top quarterback prospect, chose Louisiana Tech over Mississippi State because he wanted to remain a signal-caller.
"I have always played quarterback and that's what I am most comfortable with," Woodall told Scout.com. "Louisiana Tech is giving me the chance to play it."
Woodall, at 6-foot-3 and 210-pounds, plans to visit Ruston on Nov. 23 when Louisiana Tech entertains Tulsa.
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Louisiana Tech has six quarterbacks on its roster, but all came to play for then-coach Sonny Dykes. With Dykes in California, expect Louisiana Tech to release several of the signal-callers and sign another quarterback alongside Woodall.