By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
November 14, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Growing up, it's one of the toughest decisions you have to make; "Where will I go to college? Who has the best campus? Where do I feel at home?"
For six student athletes at North Florida Christian on Wednesday, those questions evolved into "What team do I want to play for?"
Six seniors signed their national letters of intent.
Baseball players Brandon Walker, JD Tease and Josiah Miller each signed with FSU.
Meanwhile, Major Posey inked with the UCF baseball team and Carson Neal signed the dotted line with Valdosta State.
The lone female, Chloe Culp, is heading right down the road to join the reigning National Champion FSU softball team.
“It's honestly a dream come true. When I committed, I totally wasn't thinking about that. I was just committing to the school cause I loved the school, I loved the location and I loved the coaches and the girls and the team and the environment. And now that they just won the national championship, it's honestly crazy and I'm so grateful that I get to be a part of it.” said Culp.
Walker is one of three Eagles heading to the Seminoles' baseball program. One person who won't be there when Walker joins the team is legendary skipper Mike Martin, who already announced he intends to retire at year’s end.
Despite not knowing who his coach will be, Walker said his commitment to Florida State never wavered.
“It's definitely something that's interesting but committing there, personally you're not really committed to a coach, you're committing to that school and so the coaching aspect, it doesn't really play much into my decision," he said.