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
Daniel Fredricks, wrestling, United States Coastal Academy.
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.
Vanessa Aponte, volleyball, Kentucky Christian.
Mitch Fenton, boys soccer, Rhodes College; Julia Kato, girls soccer, American University; Cooper Richart, boys rowing, Rollins College.
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.
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.
Taylor Horsley, girls competitive skeet shooting, Jacksonville University; Marcus Wilson, boys basketball, Erskine College.
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.