High school football's national holiday is finally upon us: National Signing Day. Signing Day means college football fans around the country are wondering what to expect from these new recruiting classes. See lists of local signings below:
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Brooks County Signings
Javius Jones signed with Savannah State University to play linebacker.
Hamilton County Signings
William Hill, Hamilton County High School, Jasper, FL signed a full scholarship to Tusculum College.
Jefferson County Signings
Denzel Whitfield, Florida Atlantic
Alphonso Footman, Northern Arizona University
February 1, 2012 4pm
Madison County Signings
Keldrick Williams - Valdosta State
Tevin Roundtree - Valdosta State
Rashad Guyton - Valdosta State
Feb. 1, 2012 - 2:15pm -
Marshane Godbolt, FAMU
Deonte Hutchinson, Northwest Oklahoma State
Nick Walker, Faulkner University
Luke Taylor, Faulkner University
Ryan Henderson, Butler Community College
James Strawter signed with Northern Arizona today.
Leon High Signees
Juan Neloms – Troy University (D-1) Troy, Alabama (Trojans) Juan was a 4-year letterman and 3 year starter at Leon. During his career he amassed over 1500 yards rushing, 1700 yards receiving, 1200 yards in punt and kickoff returns, 8 interceptions, and 22 touchdowns. Juan has been all around athlete at Leon playing RB, WR, CB, Safety, and Returns. He has also excelled on the Track Team where he finished 5 place in the State Finals as a Sophomore in the 100 meters.
Juan is the son of Marceller Hines.
Taylor Scott – Case Western University (D-III) Cleveland, Ohio (Spartans) Taylor is a 1-year letterman and starter at Leon. After a successful career at Maclay, Taylor transferred to Leon. Taylor is a true dual threat QB. During his Senior season he rushed for over 500 yards, threw for over 1000, and had 11 touchdowns.
Taylor is the son of Mark and Betsy Scott.
Renzo Scott-Rouise – Florida Tech (D-II) Melbourne, Florida (Panthers)
Renzo is a 3-year letterman and 3 year starter at Leon. During his career he rushed for over 700 yards and 10 touchdowns. On Defense he amassed over 150 tackles, 6 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, and 1 touchdown. Renzo has also been a letterman for the Track and Weightlifting teams during his career.
Renzo is the son of Lorenzo Rouise and Hendra Scott.
Sean Allen – Stillman College (D-II) Tuscaloosa, Alabama (Tigers) Sean is a 3-year letterman and 3 year starter at Leon. Sean has been a triple threat on special teams. During his career he made over 20 field goals, averaged over 35 yards per punt, and his kickoffs resulted in a touchback on 65% of his tries. Sean set a school record during his Senior season by making a 51 yard field goal. Sean has also been a letterman for the Leon Soccer team during his career.
Sean is the son of Carl and Kim Allen.
Lee Williams will play football and run track for FAMU. He holds all rushing records at Maclay.
Feb. 1, 2012 - Noon -
Lanier County Signing Day
The following students signed today with colleges:
Jeremy Daniels OL for Valdosta State University
Junior Gnonkonde DE/TE for University of North Carolina
Feb. 1, 2012 - 11:40am -
Lincoln High School Signings
D.J. Abnar, Liberty University
Ralph Andrades, Florida
Casey Branton, Fullerton Junior College
Ronald Butler, Tennessee State University
Eric Childs, Stillman University
Joshua Gilmore, Jacksonville University
Tevin Huff, Bethune Cookman
Feb. 1, 2012 - 11:05am -
Lowndes High School
Jayson Crum- VSU
Josh Clemons- Georgia
James Mathis- Florida Atlantic University
Matt Frasier- Georgia Military College
Mike Moore- Hutchinson Community College
Florida High Signing Day
Logan O'Byrne signed with Thomas University for swimming and diving.
Leitaras Stokes, Michael Calhoun and Jacob Gray all signed with Northwestern Oklahoma State University.
Jamal Gay signed with FAMU
Feb. 1, 2012 - 10:58am -
North Florida Christian Signings
Travis Blanks: 4-yr starting defensive back signed with Clemson. He's already enrolled and is not in town
Matt Dobson: 4-yr starter. 2 years as safety, 2 as QB. Signed with Georgia Southern
Dallas Griffiths: 2 yr starting linebacker. Signed with Liberty University.
Caleb Helms: 2 yr starter on defensive line. Signed with FAMU
Drew Sarvary: offensive line. Also heading to FAMU
Feb. 1, 2012 - 10:48am -
Colquitt County Signings
Ty Flournoy-Smith - Georgia
Bryce Giddens - Arkansas State
Dondray Copeland The Citadel
Oscar Luna - Valdosta St.
Sharmaine Washington - Valdosta St.
Anthony Brumbly - Valdosta St.
Feb. 1, 2012 - 10:18am -
Players from Leon High School signing Letter of Intents:
Juan Neloms Troy University (D-1) Troy, Alabama
Taylor Scott Case Western University (D-III) Cleveland, Ohio
Renzo Scott-Rouise Florida Tech (D-II) Melbourne, Florida
Sean Allen Stillman College (D-II) Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Players from Cairo High School who signed a Letter of Intent today:
Steven Bench, Penn State
T.J. Gurley, South Carolina
Anthony Mosley, Southern University
Terrell Cason, Holmes Community College
Randy Wooten, Holmes Community College (already enrolled)
Feb. 1, 2012 - 10am
Godby football player Brandon Holifield de-commits from Miami today, undecided as of now.
Feb. 1, 2012 - 10am
Godby H.S. Signings
Dennis Andrews, Georgia Tech
T.j. Davis, Auburn
Percy Griffin IV, Savannah State
Laith Harlow, Oklahoma
Brandon Holifield, Miami
Jeffrey Miller, Mississippi Delta Community College
Kadeem Thomas, Kentucky
Jakarri Thomas, Vanderbilt
Lowndes High School
Jayson Crum, VSU
Josh Clemons, Georgia
Feb. 1, 2012 -
High school football's national holiday is finally upon us: National Signing Day. Signing Day means college football fans around the country are wondering what to expect from these new recruiting classes.
Seminole fans will be happy to hear that the number one national recruit, Mario Edwards, a junior out of Denton, Texas firmed his commitment to FSU last month.
The Seminoles also have a hard commit from five-star quarterback Jameis Winston out of Hueytown, Alabama.
In addition, the Seminoles are holding out hope that prospects Ronald Darby out of Maryland,
Eddie Goldman out of Washington, D.C. and Josh Harvey-Clemons will fax letters of intent, as well.
It's important to note that Harvey-Clemons won't be coming to Tallahassee from as far away as Maryland or D.C. He's a Viking coming from right up the road in Valdosta. The overall outlook for FSU is that it expects to follow last year's top-ranked signing class with another top-five group. The likely additions of Darby, Goldman and Harvey-Clemons should boost the Seminoles' already high pre-Signing Day projection.
The Seminoles should also sign Olympic-fast receiver Marvin Bracy out of Orlando and
340-pound offensive line transfer Menelik Watson out of California by way of England.
Stay with the Eyewitness Sports team for all the signing day highlights.
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