Rashaun Woods is in line to become Enidís next head football coach, according to multiple sources on Thursday afternoon. The Oklahoman first reported Woods to Enid.
Attempts to reach Woods for confirmation have been unsuccessful.
One source indicated that Woods was touring the Enid football facilities on Wednesday. Another source said Woods interviewed for the job on Tuesday.
The move would not become official until Enidís next board of education meeting, which is slated for Monday at 6 p.m.
A move to Enid would bring Woodsí tenure to a close at John Marshall, where he went 54-18 over a six-year span. He took over a Bears program that had gone 0-10 in 2012 prior to his arrival.
John Marshall went to the playoffs in Woodsí final five seasons as head coach, including two straight semifinal trips in Class 3A in 2016 and 2017 and a state title in í17. The Bears also won district championships in consecutive years from 2015 to 2017.
In 2018, John Marshall went 8-3 and was eliminated from the playoffs in a first-round loss to Plainview.
Enid is looking to fill the void left by Steve Hayesí resignation. Hayes resigned a day after the Plainsmenís season ended in 2018.
In four seasons, Hayes went 10-30 at Enid.
The last Enid head coach with a winning tenure was Tom Cobble, who went 29-25 from 2003 to 2007.