Four San Marcos athletes ink LOIs on National Signing Day
Four college-bound athletes took the stage at the Performing Arts Center inside San Marcos High School early Wednesday morning to ink their letters of intent for National Signing Day.Angelina Sotelo, [San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] Sports San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
BREAKING NEWS: Kam Dewberry Signs to Texas A&M and Adds to Stacked Class
National Signing Day has been crazy to say the least with everyone’s eyes looking towards top name recruits and none was bigger than Atascocita OL Kam Dewberry. Kam had three schools he was deciding from: Texas, Oklahoma and Texas A&M.
Jordan Hudson and Chace Biddle sign to TCU, Cergio Perez signs to South Dakota
National Signing Day is a day most young athletes dream of. With outstanding athletic ability and achievement mixed with the support from the community around them, three Garland High School football players signed their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday morning. To see photos from the event, become a VYPE Insider today!
Houston area’s best and brightest football stars make it official which colleges they’ll play at
National Signing Day should be set aside as a national holiday. Although it’s now a year-around business today and the first Wednesday in February are when College football programs are built or in some cases take a step back.
CFISD athletes sign letters of intent on National Signing Day 2021
Feb. 9, 2021—More than 65 CFISD athletes signed letters of intent to play collegiate athletics for colleges and universities on National Signing Day, Feb. 3. "National Signing Day is always a great day for our school district," said Ray Zepeda, CFISD director of athletics. The following CFISD athletes signed or plan to sign letters of intent:AdBridgeland High SchoolBaseballLiam Koleci, Blinn College; andKyle Dickey, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Boys' Cross CountryJacob Grosch, New Mexico State University; andThomas Hughes, Concordia University. Cypress Springs High SchoolBaseballBryce Crosby, Oklahoma Wesleyan University; andBrandon Salazar, Texas A&M International University;Girls' BasketballAdEmari Sidney, University of the Southwest.
Houston area talent take part in National Signing Day
HOUSTON – Four years of high school sports and Wednesday marked the day many were able to put pen to paper and advance to the college ranks on National Signing Day across the country. Here in the greater Houston area, local schools and districts were able to spotlight their male and female student-athletes with signing events on campus. AdThe Houston Independent School District held a virtual signing day event with over 80 male and female athletes signing, representing various sports like football, basketball, baseball, tennis, golf and cross country. HISD Athletes taking part in Wednesday’s event included:- Jacoby Boykins, Lamar High School, academic scholarship with “preferred walk-on” status University of Alabama football. - Ana Aguirre, Lamar High School, University of Virginia swimming- Gracelynn Alvarez, Heights High School, UT El Paso basketball- Anthony Brown, Sterling High School, Lamar University football- Walter Truitt, Bellaire High School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Track and Field- Bryant Hiskey, Lamar High School, University of Houston Golf
LIST: Track Houston-area HS football players on National Signing Day
HOUSTON – National Signing Day has arrived once again as high school football players across the country signed on with their college of choice. The system is now in place for a December date along with the first Wednesday in February that has become a smaller event than in years past. As more high school athletes now aim for early graduation, the December option gives them a chance to enroll in college in January for the spring semester and take part in spring football camps. So far, here are some of the players who signed:Ridge PointWR John Paul Richardson (Oklahoma State)DL Jimmy Guy (HBU)RB Keith Jackson (North Texas)Cameron Plummer (Sam Houston State)North ShoreQB Dematrius Davis (Auburn)WR Shadrach Banks (Texas A&M)Shadow CreekQB Kyron Drones (Baylor)WR C.J. Guidry (Houston)CB Jalen Emery (Houston)Langham CreekLB Jayhvion Gipson (TCU)Fort Bend ChristianOL Remington Strickland (Texas A&M )OL David Kasemervisz (Stanford)St. ThomasQB Maddox Kopp (Houston)EpiscopalOL Donavan Jackson (Ohio State)RT Cullen Montgomery (Oklahoma)C Luis Chavarria (Prairie View A&M)
National Signing Day: 11 Memorial High School standouts sign dotted line
With tables spread across the Memorial baseball field and chairs in front for their parents, 11 Memorial High School student-athletes put pen to paper. Kidd was the lone soccer player to sign on the day from Memorial. "It's a great honor to have the opportunity and the ability to go into the Armed Forces," Wallace said. The Memorial softball team was the next to have multiple signees as Brianna Ellis signed to Auburn and Mia Garza signed with Drexel University. "I love the SEC, I love the south, I'm glad to be a part of such a great softball program and great school.
Complete National Signing Day coverage for Houston, state of Texas
Best of the rest: Isaiah Chambers, DE, MacArthur High, Houston; Ross Blacklock, DT, Missouri City, Texas; Austin Myers, OT, Manvel, Texas; Sewo Olonilua, RB, Kingwood, Texas. On defense, the star of the class is McKinney, Texas, defensive end Justin Madubuike. Best of the rest: Devin Duvernay, WR, Sachse, Texas; Patrick Hudson, OL, Silsbee, Texas; Kameron Martin, RB, Port Arthur, Texas; Zach Smith, QB, Grandview, Texas. He had 56 tackles and four interceptions as La Vega went 16-0 and won a Texas Class 4A state championship. Now Gibbs has brought in different assistants and taken charge of bringing in 14 defensive players he liked.
Houston area athletes make their commitments on National Signing Day
HOUSTON – The Houston area is loaded with talent and National Signing Day began at 8 a.m. Wednesday in Texas City where twin brothers Armanti and D'Onta Foreman stuck with their early commitment and signed with the Texas Longhorns. It was a full house at HISD's signing day Wednesday afternoon. At Humble ISD's signing day, Summer Creek QB Aaron Sharp, once a Kansas State commit, instead had a change of heart and signed with UCLA. "This is a great day, something I've been waiting on since I was a kid. At Pearland Dawson, congrats to their group which was highlighted by wide receiver Tony Upchurch, who signed with LSU.