Whitehouse star QB Mahomes commits to Texas Tech

Accoring to his Twitter account, Whitehouse quarterback Patrick Mahomes has verbally commited to Texas Tech.

Mahomes posted a picture of himself with Tech head coach Kilff Kingsbury.

Several other schools has offered Mahomes, including Baylor, LSU, Oklahoma State, SMU, and TCU.

He's the second Whitehouse player to commit to Texas Tech in the last 13 months, joining receiver Dylan Cantrell.

The 6-foot-3, 205-pound pass-catcher committed in March 2012 and signed with Tech in early February following a senior season that saw him catch 66 passes for 1,396 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Mahomes threw for more than 3,800 yards, 46 touchdowns, and nine interceptions while rushing for six touchdowns for the Wildcats, who went 10-2 with a Class 4A Division II Region II second-round playoff appearance.

Mahomes also has several offers to play college baseball and will likely be a high draft pick in the 2014 MLB draft.

Verbal commitments are non-binding and the athlete can change, at any time, the school he will sign with.