Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Recruiting News

First crop of signees coming up around 8 a.m.
China Spring HS - Daric Gorton to WTAM
La Vega HS - Chad Ward to WTAM, Tim Kemp to Midwestern State
Groesbeck HS - Marc Waller to WTAM
Evant HS - Aaron Doyle to Tarleton State

Recruiting: National Signing Day arrives
New Braunfels HS - S Ryan Grametbaur and QB Blake Forester both to WTAM, OL Marcus Stager to Texas A&M-Kingsville
New Braunfels Canyon - QB Tyler Denson to Colorado School of Mines
Smithson Valley - Safety Ryan Wood to Colorado School of Mines

Recruiting: Who is signing and where on Wednesday
Odessa Permian - QB Trevor Adams to NWMSU, WR Ryan Rumbaugh to ENMU, LB Joey Mendez to ENMU
Midland High - RB Darius Miller to WTAM

Making it official: Temple's Reese, other area football standouts ready for national signing day
Belton HS - LB Kyle Voss to WTAM
Kileen HS - OL Craig Watts to WTAM
Harker Heights HS - WR C.J. Akins to Angelo State

Area athletes expected to sign today with colleges
Victoria St. Joseph's - Kier Wells to Texas A&M-Kingsville
Cuero HS - Klayton Smith to Incarnate Word
Beeville HS - Robby Horton to Incarnate Word
Victoria Memorial HS - Goalkeeper Korey Schroeder to WTAM (soccer)

Local standouts set to make decisions
San Angelo Lakeview HS - QB John David Baker ?????, but ACU was one of his official visits
San Angelo Central HS - Megan Freeman, Hanna Horeis, and Britni Gonzales to Angelo State (soccer)

Today another milestone for UIW
No names yet, just a synopsis of Coach Santiago's expectations.

Hounds looking for 30 signees
No names yet, just a synopsis of Coach Ribaudo's expectations.

Four local players sign with Greyhounds
Muleshoe HS - QB Wes Wood and RB/LB Lane Wood to ENMU
Clovis HS - RB/DB Stefan Mills and DE Morris Sharp to ENMU

Local athletes expected to sign National Letter of Intent on ...
Onate HS - QB Eric Flores to ENMU
Las Cruces HS - WR/DE Mike Bernal to ENMU

Local football players transfer to Abilene Christian
Former area standouts Buck Burnette and Kyle Fox are hoping for a fresh start in college football with the Division II Abilene Christian University Wildcats.

Both are enrolled at Abilene Christian this semester, a school spokesman said.

Burnette, an offensive lineman from Wimberley, was dismissed from Texas last fall after he posted a racially inflammatory remark about then President-elect Barack Obama on his Facebook account.

Fox, a running back and a former Judson standout, rushed for 1,417 yards as a freshman at Angelo State in 2005.

Both are expected to go through spring training with the Wildcats, defending champions in the Lone Star Conference.

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