Coppell junior wide receiver Keith Liggins announced he is moving to Denton and will attend Guyer in a Twitter post Thursday night.
A four-star wideout, according to 247Sports, Liggins has offers from Texas A&M, Georgia, Arkansas, Mississippi State, SMU and Syracuse.
Liggins spent the last two seasons at Coppell, hauling in 20 catches for 224 yards and three touchdowns as a freshman.
He missed the majority of his sophomore campaign last year after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament.
Liggins will join a talented offense at Guyer, headlined by quarterback Eli Stowers, running back Kaedric Cobbs and fellow receiver Seth Meador, who committed to Air Force this week.
The Wildcats, who have 17 starters returning from last year’s team, enter the 2019 season No. 8 in Dave Campbell’s Texas Football‘s Class 6A preseason rankings. Guyer was projected to win District 5-6A and will now add Liggins to what is already a talented, experienced roster.