These Austin-area players now look forward to college football


AREA SIGNEES

These area high school standouts signed — or planned to sign — with college football programs this past December or during the second signing period that opened Wednesday and closes April 1:

AUSTIN HIGH

Lorenzo Fowler, WR-LB, Sul Ross

Dillon Mata, DL, West Texas A&M

Kevin Pate, LB, Kansas Wesleyan

Josh Spear, LB, Sul Ross

Tristen Wooten, DB, New Mexico Military Institute

BASTROP

Jadon Bills, QB, Sul Ross

BOWIE

Quintavious Buckner, DB, Trinity Valley

John McCormick, P-K, University of Chicago

Peyton Moreland, OL, Trinity

Joshua Smythe-McCalaulay, DB, Columbia

Pierce Withers, DB, Texas State

BURNET

Sterling Galban, WR, Texas Tech

CEDAR PARK

Mason Brooks, OL, Western Kentucky

Trajaan Chase, OL, Sul Ross

Jonathan Kelly, OL, West Texas A&M

Aries Ramos, DB, Mary Hardin-Baylor

Mak Sexton, QB, Pittsburg State

CEDAR RIDGE

Simi Bakare, RB, Missouri

Jaimon Byers, LB, Tarleton State

Downie Grim, OL, East Texas Baptist

Tony Richardson, WR-DB, Midwestern State

Thomas Smith, OL, Missouri Baptist

Jalen Washington, DB, Houston Baptist

DEL VALLE

Scale Igiehon, DT, Boise State

La’Thaniel Washington DB, UT-San Antonio

Cam Wilkins, LB, Missouri

DRIPPING SPRINGS

Beau Collins, LB, Colorado School of Mines

Alex El Sariakoussy, OL, Hardin-Simmons

Miles Farris, LB, Hardin-Simmons

Curt Raymond, WR, Cornell

ELGIN

Ethan Owens, LB, Trinity Valley

GEORGETOWN

Brandon Hawkins, LB, Boise State

Tyler Solomon, DL, Davidson

HAYS

Isaiah Jacobs, DB, Sul Ross

Zane Kuykendall, DL, Midwestern State

HENDRICKSON

Tobias Harris, DB, West Texas A&M

Clayton Perrin, DB, Brown

HUTTO

Cayden Beran, WR-TE, Concordia (Neb.)

Jakobe Davidson, WR-DB, Drake

Cameron Forrest, WR, Colorado School of Mines

James Huddleston, DL, Hardin-Simmons

Micah Jackson, DB, Southwestern (Kan.)

Josiah Perez, OL, Cisco College

Kadaro Oliver, DL, Bethel (Kan.)

Jonathan Mitchell, DB, Mount Ida

HYDE PARK

Chase Bradley, WR-DB, Air Force

LAKE TRAVIS

Reid Bacon, DL, Texas A&M-Commerce

Matthew Baldwin, QB, Ohio State

Cameron Dicker, K, Texas

Steven Posey, OL, Midwestern State

LANIER

Tajik Bartholomew, WR, Southern Nazarene

LBJ

Deon Collins, WR-DB, Tyler Junior College

Aaron Green, QB, Northwestern Oklahoma St.

LEANDER

Alex Hensley, LB, Lewis and Clark

MANOR

Ochaun Mathis, DE, TCU

MCCALLUM

Judah Copeland, OL-LB, Harding

Alexander Julian, RB, Navarro College

Max Perez, QB, West Texas A&M

MCNEIL

Logan Clifton, DL, Harvard

Leo Dugue, RB, West Texas A&M

Eric Hill, OL, Tarleton State

Will Kohman, DB, Oklahoma Baptist

Zach Klotz, OL, Trinity

REGENTS

Cal Long, DE, Navy

ROUND ROCK

Mike Bell, DL, Texas A&M-Commerce

Brent Hitchcock, LB, Texas Lutheran

Cooper Osteen, OL, Wayland Baptist

ROUSE

Gavin Sharp, WR, Blinn College

SALADO

Willy Whigham, OL-LB, Mary Hardin-Baylor

Cutter Hudgens, WR-CB, Mary Hardin-Baylor

Hayden Haire, QB, Mary Hardin-Baylor

SAN MARCOS

Prudencio Calderon, QB, Yale

Alex Costilla, OL, Tyler Junior College

Gabriel Urrutia, DL, Hardin-Simmons

Jalen Washington, DB, Houston Baptist

Tristan Williams, DL, Hardin-Simmons

STONY POINT

Treshon Pickett, DB-WR, Montana State

Zac Rangel, QB, Mt. San Antonio (Calif.)

VANDEGRIFT

Oso Ifesinachukwu, DE, Yale

VISTA RIDGE

Jamil Pittman, WR, UT-Permian Basin

WESTLAKE

Braden Cassity, DL, Oklahoma State

Thomas Rousseau, DB, Butler

Matthew Sams, DB, Rice

Nakia Watson, RB, Wisconsin

WESTWOOD

Cameron Thomas, WR, Boise State

WIMBERLEY

Ian Burnette, OL, TCU

Jordan Weeks, QB, UT-San Antonio



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