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National Signing Day 2018: See where CTX athletes are going

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National Signing Day saw athletes from across Central Texas find their homes at the next level. Below is a list of players from our area that committed to their schools today.

Belton High School:

  • Delaney Presley signed with University of Texas-Tyler Track & Field
  • Mackenzie Bartlett signed with Temple College to play softball
  • Erica Anderson signed with Texas Women’s University to play soccer
  • Tiarra Hodges signed with University of Arkansas - Little Rock to play soccer
  • Alexis Jones signed with LeTourneau University to play golf
  • Cameron Davis signed with Henderson State University to play football
  • Marshall Fish signed with Trinity University to play football
  • Clayton Blank signed with Tarleton State University to play football

China Spring High School:

  • Brayden Mathis signed with The United States Air Force Academy to play football

Connally High School:

  • Hannah Fraga signed with Austin College to run cross county and track

Copperas Cove High School:

  • Floyd Connell signed with the University of Louisiana - Monore to play football
  • Kaleb Honts signed with McMurry University to play football

Ellison High School:

  • Jyaire Shorter signed with the University of North Texas to play football 
  • Kipshawn Washington signed with Tarleton State University to play football
  • Keith Jackson II signed with the Univerisity of Texas for powerlifting 

Fairfield High School

  • Kolbe Branch signed with Southern Nazarene to play football 

Gatesville High School:

  • Austin Lee signed with Trinity Valley Community College to play football
  • Allaira Jones signed with University of Mary Hardin-Baylor to play basketball
  • Rebekah Nolte signed with University of Mary Hardin-Baylor to play basketball 
  • Ryan Stovall signed with Ecclesia College (Springdale, AR) to play baseball
  • Derrick Bayer signed with the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor to play football 
  • Will Carroll signed with South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (Rapid City, SD) to play football
  • Jett Truss signed with Western State Colorado University (Gunnison, CO) to play football 

Harker Heights High School 

  • Sheila Borders signed with Grambling State to play volleyball
  • Aliyah Lockett signed with Temple College to play volleyball
  • Jendaya Robertson signed with Temple College to play volleyball
  • Jaylyn Capito signed with Mountain View to play volleyball
  • Ja'Quan Tillis signed with Trinity Valley Community College to play football
  • Jameel Hodges signed with the University of Texas of the Permian Basis to play football
  • Clarissa Galindo signed with Southwest Assemblies of God to play soccer
  • George Santos signed with Hardin Simmons to play soccer

Killeen High School:

  • Marcellus Johnson signed with Lamar University to play football
  • Alyzcha Ulufale-Hentz signed with Northwestern State University to play football
  • Tanjala Smith signed with the University of Nebraska - Omaha to play softball
  • Lauren Din signed wtih Southern University to play soccer
  • Jalyn Davis signed with Southern University to play soccer

La Vega High School: 

  • Michael Fletcher signed with Navarro College to play football
  • Jamal Williams signed with the University of Mary Hardin Baylor to play football
  • Isaiah Terrell signed with Texas A&M Commerce to play football

Mart High School:

  • Jalon Kirven signed with University of Mary Hardin Baylor to play football
  • Zamar Kirven signed to play football with the University of Houston
  • Jace Terry signed with University of Mary Hardin Baylor to play football

McGregor High School:

  • Johnathan Phenix signed to play football at the University of Houston
  • Michael Irons signed with Cornell University to play football
  • Joanly Martinez signed with Tarleton State University to play football

Midway High School:

  • Melanie Castelan signed with Dallas Baptist University to play soccer
  • Bailee Russell signed with Washburn University to play soccer
  • Austin May signed with McLennan County Community College to play golf
  • Mason Mikeska signed with McLennan County Community College to play golf
  • Da'Jia Davis signed with Texas A&M - Commerce to play softball
  • Sophie Wideman signed with University of Texas - Tyler to play softball
  • Braden Bowels signed with Missouri Baptist Universtiy to play baseball
  • Clayton Stewart signed with McLennan County Community College to play baseball
  • Emery Judkins signed with Stephen F. Austin University to play volleyball
  • Madison Rohre signed with Abilene Christian Universtiy to play volleyball
  • Daizion Carroll signed with Universtiy of North Texas to play football
  • Jordan Jacobs signed with Kilgore Junior College to play football
  • Kaitori Leveston signed with Kansas State University to play football
  • Tanner Mordecai signed with University of Oklahoma to play football
  • Jaxon Player signed with University of Tulsa to play football
  • David Priebe signed with the University of California - Los Angeles to play football
  • Hakeem White signed with Texas Tech University to play football
  • C.J. Williams signed with Trinity Valley Community College to play football

Robinson High School:

  • Kendall Simpson signed with Concordia University - Austin to play soccer

Rockdale High School

  • Torry Locklin signed with Kansas State University to play football
  • Tyler Lehmkuhl signed with Angelo State University to play football
  • Dylan David signed with Cicso to play football 

Salado High School:

  • Willy Whigham signed with the Universtiy of Mary Hardin Baylor to play football
  • Hayden Haire signed with the University of Mary Hardin Baylor to play football
  • Cutter Hudgens signed with the University of Mary Hardin Baylor to play football

Shoemaker High School:

  • James Parker signed with Sull Ross University to play football
  • Nathalon Nenei signed with Northwestern State University to play football
  • William Hooper signed with Northwestern State University to play football
  • Trevion Jackson signed with San Angelo State to play football
  • Daron Allman signed with San Angelo State to play football
  • Cameron Bausley signed with Fullerton College to play football
  • Davion Madison signed with Crowne College to play football
  • Ozias Wright signed with Kilgore Junior College to play football

Temple High School 

  • Ty Cump signed with Sul Ross State University to play football
  • Jazerian Faulkner signed with Cisco Junior College to play football
  • Dalvin Fillmore signed with University of Incarnate Word to play football
  • Larry Hawkins III signed with Trinity Valley Community College to play football
  • DeYonte Heckstall signed with Southwestern Oklahoma State to play football
  • Anthony Hernandez signed with Sul Ross State University to play football
  • Will Howard signed with Sul Ross State University to play football
  • Robert Jackson signed with Blinn College to play football
  • Xavier Johnson signed with Praireview A&M University to play football
  • BJ Sculark signed with Houston Baptist University to play football
  • Xavier White signed with Sul Ross State University to play football

Waco High School:

  • Trae Cherry signed with Arkansas Pine Bluff to play football
  • Terrance Hamilton signed with University of Texas - Permian Basin to play football
  • Michael Stimpson signed with University of Mary Hardin Baylor to play football
  • David Vaughn signed with McMurry University to play football
  • Nakeveyon Vincent signed with Navarro College to play football

If you know of an athlete that is not included in this list, please send it to mfleet@kxxv.com.

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