Jordan Haddox has officially signed with Rose State College to continue his baseball career at a higher level.
The Okemah senior has been a 4-year starter for the Panthers, this year playing second base and often pitching.
Haddox also has been a member of the ABC Baseball Club, as well as the Oklahoma Branditos.
Haddox was joined on signing day by Rose State head coach Coty Cooper, Assistant Coach Ryon Butts, Okemah Head Coach Matt Ross, teammate Jameson Ross, Grandfather Johnny Haddox, Father J.C. Haddox and Stepmother Relena Haddox.
Haddox is the son of J.C. and Relena Haddox and Jose and Falon Madrigal.
Haddox is excited about the next chapter of his life and would like to thank all the Panther fans that have supported him over the years.
Haddox recently won Vype Magazine Three Rivers preseason player of the year poll voted on by the fans.
Although Haddox can play every position he will be pitching for Rose State.