Keondre Wudtee

Ranked as a three-star prospect by most major recruiting services … Listed as the No. 20 pro-style quarterback prospect in the country by and as the No. 34 dual-threat quarterback prospect by ESPN … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from TCU, Missouri, Houston and Louisiana Tech, among others.

High School: Played for coach David Feaster at Parkway … Led his team to a 12-2 record as a senior, throwing for more than 3,000 yards and 29 touchdowns with only nine interceptions and a 58 percent completion rate … A first team all-district selection, a team MVP and an honorable mention all-state selection … Also played basketball and competed on the track and field team.

Personal: Keondre Lamar Wudtee was born Oct. 17, 1997, in Japan … Son of Charles and Luisa Wudtee … As part of a military family, he has lived in Japan, Germany and Louisiana.

Offensive Coordinator
Mike Yurcich:

"Keondre Wudtee is a tall, long, very athletic quarterback who can run. He has good straightaway speed. He has tremendous sense of direction for as tall as he is. As big of a frame as he has, he never takes a (big hit) and he does a great job of making people miss with his change of direction. He’s able to create. He can scramble, he can run from his own read, he can run from the power read. At the same time he has the ability to throw the ball vertically down the field very well. He has a good arm, and his arm will improve with time in the weight room. But it’s a good arm, he can control his throws. He seems to be pretty accurate. Again, that’s something he can improve on but his release is quick. He gets it out real well. He is just really hard to defend. In a spread offense, he will be very dynamic. We could run or throw. He’s a dual-threat guy but he has the ability to throw the ball down the field."


Position: QB Height: 6-4 Weight: 195
Bossier City, La. / Parkway HS