Published: Thu, February 08, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

National Signing Day recap: How Texas schools fared

National Signing Day recap: How Texas schools fared

Cierra Wright committed to continue her athletic career at Fort Valley State. Flowers visited United Kingdom recently as a football guest, but it now seems more likely that he will end up at either Clemson or Tennessee if he wants to play both sports.

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(87) SMU: The Mustangs signed a pair of offensive linemen from Navarro College, three-star Levon Livingston and two-star Nick Dennis, along with three-star linebacker Trevor Denbow. It was supposed to keep the blue blood programs from poaching recruits from lesser schools by giving the 2018 recruits the option to sign their letters of intent in December, shutting down their recruitment two months before National Signing Day. The All-State running back signed with Southeast Missouri State after rushing for almost 2,000 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior.

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Brooke Weitzel signed to play girls soccer at DePaul.

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Malik Astin signed with Lane College, Corintheus Edmond chose Delta State University and Caleb Jones picked Allen University. As soon as the ink dries coaches from around the country will turn their attention to the 2019 class and fans will begin the long wait until spring games. After a short stint with Mississippi State, Fountain is heading back to Georgia for an on-field assistant job. Anderson was an All-County and All-State selection.

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