Two Columbus Titan Football players signed national letters of intent to play football for two years schools in Kansas next year.

Dustin Morris signed with Hutchinson where he expects to play wide receiver and hopes to study either education or sports medicine.

Morris had 41 catches for 940 yards and 15 touchdowns this year, and was an all-league selection as both a junior and senior and was an honorable mention all-state player.

Shemiah Forester signed to play for Fort Scott Community College next year where he will likely be a wide receiver or defensive back.

Forester had 30 rushes for 85 yards, 20 catches for 256 yards, two touch downs and 40 tackles this season.

Forester plans to study physiology.

"It's pretty exciting," said Titan Head Coach Dan Grundy. "They're both skilled kids, both teams know they're getting kids who know how to play the receiver position.