Spring signing period: Checking in on area athletes making college decisions

Athletes from Bolles prepare to sign with colleges on Wednesday.
Athletes from Bolles prepare to sign with colleges on Wednesday. (Bolles)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – National signing day in high school sports continues, with the spring period beginning on Wednesday. Athletes can sign with colleges through Aug. 1. A glance at reported signings from area schools on Wednesday. This list will be updated throughout the coming weeks.

A look at other athletes who signed during November’s early signing period. Football’s early signing period came and went over a three-day period last December. Those athletes can be found here. Here are the Class of 2021 national signing day football signings here. Here are the non-football athletes who signed with colleges during February’s national signing day.


Michael Bumpus, football, Brown University; Bobby Crouch, boys basketball, Babson College; Meagan Donovan, girls tennis, Washington and Lee University; Bear Fender, boys crew, Stetson University; Krissi Greene, girls swimming, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Mack Marrone, football, Colgate University; Richie Rosenblum, boys basketball, Wartburg College

Camden County

Daniel Fredricks, wrestling, United States Coastal Academy.

Christ’s Church

Rebekah Fountain, girls soccer, Trinity Baptist College; Lee Setzer, football, United States Merchant Marine Academy.


Paisley Bratton, girls golf, Barton College; Connor Farwell, boys gymnastics, Arizona State; Andrew Ferris, boys tennis, Guilford College; Elizabeth Ashlyn Iliff, girls cross country and track, Lee University; Ellerie Moore, flag football, Milligan University; Blake Petrick, girls cross country, Florida Gulf Coast; Jordin Pollock, boys lacrosse, Harford Community College; Maui Wilheim, boys lacrosse, LeMoyne College.

Eagle’s View

Vanessa Aponte, volleyball, Kentucky Christian.


Mitch Fenton, boys soccer, Rhodes College; Julia Kato, girls soccer, American University; Cooper Richart, boys rowing, Rollins College.

Fleming Island

Devin Grind, football, Ave Maria; Darryl Nesmith, football, Concord; Emma Richard, girls basketball/volleyball, Coast Guard Academy; Evan Sheets, football, Warner University.


Evan Crumity, boys basketball, Indiana Tech; Karlos Jackson, boys track and field, Southeastern University; Anthony Hanania, football, AHOP Christian Leadership Academy; John Parkins, football, Middle Georgia State.


Antonio Riley, football, Greenville University; Desmyn McCall, boys track and field, Louisiana Tech.

From left to right, Parker athletes Antonio Riley, Desmyn McCall, Christal Smith, Aaron Bell and Chris Victor signed with colleges for sports or academics. (Michael Holloway)


Nick Clark, boys soccer, Asbury University; Ryan Dickey, baseball, Florida State College at Jacksonville; Ashlyn Halford, volleyball, Williston State College; Abigail Tennent, girls volleyball, Williston State College.

Seacoast Christian

Taylor Horsley, girls competitive skeet shooting, Jacksonville University; Marcus Wilson, boys basketball, Erskine College.

University Christian

Coast Moyle, baseball, Tallahassee Community College.


Aaron Alexander, boys basketball, South Puget Sound Community College; Michael Jackson, boys basketball, Paine College; Jayden Little, boys basketball, Paine College.

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