The 6-foot-2, 200 pound Doege runs the 40-yard dash in 4.6 seconds and earned first team all-state honors as a sophomore. He threw for 3,200 yards and 32 touchdowns last year.
Doege has also been receiving mail from several other elite Big 12 programs.
"I have gotten some questionnaires from Baylor, Oklahoma State, Nebraska, and Texas A&M," Doege said. "I want to be at a school that is going to compete for a conference championship or a national title or at least play in some bowl game. I don't want to go to a school that doesn't compete."
Doege believes that his leadership on the field is one of the qualities that make him special.
"I think I just keep the guys going. I'm confident and I think they drive on my confidence. Being around football my whole life, I know the situations and what we have to do to get the job done," Doege said.
Doege is recovering from a torn MCL, which he suffered during spring football. However, he says that he will be ready to play this season and that the injury is nothing big. He should be a big contributor on the football field this fall.