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His mind racing, Senior Parker Towns grabs the black pen and signs the paper. Though this signature may seem insignificant, it opens up a whole new chapter in his life - his dreams of playing football come true. Parker is just one of four athletes who signed to play their respective sports in college, along with Seniors Jack Tabor,...
Despite the lack of major press or huge cameras, five Jesuit seniors announced their decision to continue athletics in college in Hughes Hall on April 13th. Seniors Matt Horvath, Bryce Bonner, Connor Garvey, Pryor Miller , and Nathan Escanuela have all committed to playing their respective sports throughout their college years. With these additions, the class of 2016 now has 22 students...
Jesuit College Preparatory not only excels as a very prestigious school academically, but also excels in its nineteen varsity sports. From these varsity sports, ten students have decided to take their talents to the collegiate level. On National Signing Day, February 4th, seven Jesuit students from the football team, one Jesuit student from the baseball team, one from the soccer...
As the first semester winds down, seniors begin to think about where they are going to continue studying for the next four years. This past Wednesday, November 15th, four Jesuit seniors, Nic Ready, Darius Hill, Gavin McClure, and J.C. Campbell, signed their National Letters of Intent, making their commitment to the colleges they will be officially attending. Darius Hill, an...
Signing day is a special tradition at schools all across the US. The day consists of high school athletes signing their letters of intent to play sports at the collegiate level. The act of signing that letter shows that the athletes are the top competitors in their school and their excellence has earned them spots at various colleges and...
National Signing Day, as it is known in the world of college football, marked the culmination of a lifelong dream for a few of Jesuit’s senior gridiron stars, as well as for some of its notable lacrosse athletes. For many athletes who committed this past week, signing a letter of intent to play college athletics was a dream come...
The class of 2013 has always been regarded as a very athletic class, and since freshmen year people have said they may be the most athletic class ever. Well, the class certainly lived up to the hype as they will send a record 37 athletes to play college sports. Following a record 16 person signing day two weeks ago, the...
Tuesday, November 12, 2012 was a momentous occasion for ten senior Jesuit athletes as they signed their National Letters of Intent to play college sports. This was the day when all of their hard work came to fruition and their verbal commitments, some of which were made as early as sophomore year, were finally made official.   In one of the...

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