Dozens of students across the Tri-State are making college choices official Wednesday for National Signing Day.
High school athlete sign a letter of intent that binds them to their chosen school on the national day. Check out what high schools and athletes in our area are saying about #NationalSigningDay:
Proud to announce I will be committing to Iowa state cyclones pic.twitter.com/EcbON3ekpS— David montgomery (@MontgomerDavid) February 3, 2016
Happy National Signing day! Congratulations to the first official rocket of the 2016 class, Luke Doerger! pic.twitter.com/ZvjvhJEgo5— Toledo Football (@ToledoFB) February 3, 2016
Congratulations to our 14 Harrison High School student-athletes who are "signing" to play at the next level today! @swocsports— Harrison Wildcats (@wildcatsofhhs) February 3, 2016
Anna Williams ?? ?? @ MSJ— Roger Bacon Sports (@RBSpartans) February 3, 2016
Madeline Lichtenberg ?? ?? @ Thomas More
Jordan Williams ?? ?? @ UC
Congrats to our four Seniors that are achieving their dream of playing college sports! THS is GREAT because of you! pic.twitter.com/T2B6MQELZi— Turpin Spartans (@TurpinSpartans) February 3, 2016
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