Commitment videos are getting better and better and it is almost impossible to have an original idea when making a decision video. However, on Sunday evening, Seminole High School football player Cade Barnard took to twitter to post his commitment video.

Commitment videos have ranged from tv shows like The Walking Dead, to movies like The Dark Knight and Creed. However being from West Texas, and we tend to do things a little different than most, Barnard took the opportunity to showcase his firearm shooting skills in the commitment video.

The first two schools to go were UMass and Bowling Green, then North Texas and Louisiana Tech. Next two that were gone were Nevada and Air Force leaving only Colorado State and Army left.

Colorado State was the last one blasted leaving only Army remaining. Barnard then followed up by taking off his long sleeve revealing an Army Polo shirt and saying the words "Go Army, beat Navy".

Barnard is a 3 star linebacker according to 247sports.com. In 2016, Barnard was a first-team all-district selection as a junior; also earning second team all-state honors.

Making a commitment announcement is always a cause for celebration but to announce you're going to serve the United States of America also is a well deserving tip of the cap. Best of luck to Cade going forward.