With his classmates looking on, Cleveland NJROTC High School track star Michael Wells signed his letter of intent to continue his athletic endeavors at Oklahoma University. Wells had also considered Baylor University, Texas Christian University and Pittsburgh State University.Wells has played a huge role in Cleveland NJROTC's recent success at the state level. He is the two-time defending State Champion in the Class 2 100 meter race. He placed first in the 200 meter event in 2013 and second in the 200 meter event in 2012. Wells was also a member of the Cleveland NJROTC 4 X 100 meter and 4 X 200 meter relay teams that finished first in Missouri last year.Considered the current fastest student athlete in Missouri, Wells is ranked second in the Nation in the indoor 60 meter sprint event with a time of 6.73 seconds."I chose Oklahoma over the other schools because I was told by the coach that I would have an opportunity to compete immediately," said Wells.In addition to the entire Cleveland NJROTC student body, Wells was joined at the letter of intent signing ceremony by his mother, his aunt and his grandmother.