Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Where local athletes have signed today

Here’s a list of area high school athletes who have committed to colleges.
Many had planned to sign national letters-of-intent at ceremonies at school Wednesday, but were postponed when snow cancelled classes.

Ardrey Kell
DE Brennen Glover (football) - Winston-Salem State
TE Zico Pasut (football) - East Carolina

LB Hawatha Bell (football) – North Carolina
DB Marcel Sargent (football) – N.C. Central
DL Allonte' Tuppins (football) – N.C. Central
TE/DL DeShaun McCutchen (football) – N.C. Central

Charlotte Country Day
OL John Benson (football) – Middlebury
LB/FB Hill Hamrick (football) - Williams College
DB/WR Ladd Hamrick (football) - Williams College
LB/OL Vic Showalter (football) - Brown
Brit Donaldson (field hockey) - Davidson
Sarah Eades (field hockey) – Williams College
Kip Haddock (lacrosse) - Army
Jonathan Stutts (baseball) - Washington and Lee
Laura Wearn (golf) - Furman

Charlotte Latin
DB Ross Cockrell (football) – Duke
Tayler Sipperly (lacrosse) – Vermont
Kasey Haas (gymnastics) - Brown

Charlotte Victory Christian
DL Curtis Porter (football) - Miami
DL Justin Foxx (football) - Duke
DB Qualyn Shipp (football) UNC Pembroke
OL/DL Justin Campbell (football) - Fayetteville State
RB Michael Staton (football) - Fayetteville State
WR John Osborne (football) - Fayetteville State

East Mecklenburg
Brennen Smith (soccer)– Appalachian State

Fort Mill
Tyler Vukoder(soccer)- College of Charleston
Hallie Wright(cross country) - Newberry
Tyler Miller (baseball) - USC Upstate

DB Walter Aikens Jr. (football) – Illinois
DB/RB L.J. Mc Cray (football) - Fayetteville State
DL Markus Lawrence (football) - Winston Salem State
LB Marcel Blair (football) – Lewisburg College
Joi Emanuel (volleyball) - Fayetteville State

OL Al McCreary (football) – Concord (W.Va.) College
DE Weston Reber (football) – Virginia Military

WR Michael Rhynes (football) - Marshall
DL Xavier Montague (football) - Gardner-Webb
OL Bradley Bush-Johnson (football) - Howard

Mallard Creek
DB Josh Hunter (football) – North Carolina
OL Daron Collins (football) – N.C. A & T
RB Edward Cherry (football) - Santa Rosa (Calif.) Junior College
DB Teron Davis (football) - Southern Tech

Myers Park
QB Stuart Ahlum (football) - Princeton
DE Brian Johnson (football) - Western Carolina
DB Tyree Simpson (football) - Georgia Military College
Olivia Humphries (volleyball) - UNC Greensboro
Courtney Zona (basketball) - St. Andrews College

Northside Christian
DE Sylvester Crawford (football) - N.C. State

LB Matt Pickett (football) - Marshall
Callie Cavanaugh (soccer) - Clemson

Providence Day
WR Blake Wylie (football) – Wofford
Eric Martinez (soccer) – South Carolina

Rock Hill
TE Asa Watson (football) – N.C. State

Rock Hill Northwestern
DE Hakeem Adams (football)- Coffeyville (Kan.) College
OL Darrell Brevard (football)- Mars Hill
LB Lielvin Whitlock (football) - Newberry
DL Chris Long (football) – Johnson C. Smith
RB Jarrett Neely (football) – Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College
Enzo Martinez (soccer)- North Carolina
Shawn Ferguson (soccer)- College of Charleston
Robbie Benson (soccer) - College of Charleston
Zach Clark (soccer)- Liberty

Rock Hill South Pointe
DB/QB Stephon Gilmore (football) – South Carolina
DB DeVonte Holloman (football) – South Carolina
WR Charles Holmes (football) – South Carolina
DB Pat Burris (football) - S.C. State
RB Devin Wherry (football) – S.C. State
LB Antwan Roseboro (football) - Coffeyville (Kan.) College
OL Sam Mallard (football) - Newberry
LB Dominique Walker (football) - Newberry
DT Jibrille Fewell (football) - Buffalo
Jonathan Cauthen (baseball) – USC Sumter

South Mecklenburg
LB Spencer Shuey (football) - Clemson

West Charlotte
WR Stanley Wright (football) – N.C. Central
LB Brandon Grier (football) - Appalachian State

West Mecklenburg
LB Trevor Black (football) - Marshall
OL/DL Keith Crowder (football) - Johnson C. Smith
RB Reggie White (football) - Livingstone

-- Cliff Mehrtens


Mike- Huntington WV said...

Providence Outside Linebacker Matt Pickett signed with Marshall today.

Anonymous said...

For all the people who thinks Indy puts kids into Major Division IA what do you think? Yea..I know in the past there were several to go Major D1, but those athletes were good enough to go to any high school in Charlotte and get signed!! Stay at your assigned school..period!!

Anonymous said...

Indy is good.

VCCS is the most undercovered school in the county.Regardless of what people think we have put out more players in the last 4 years than any school in the county. The observer ignores the school and there is a lot of talk but we are still solid. Call it what you want.

Anonymous said...

VCC....please don't write comments on here until you stop giving athletes 5 years to get a 4 year high school diploma. Reclassing kids just for athletics is wrong. VCC is wrong for doing it. You want coverage from the by the rules like other schools in the area.

Anonymous said...

Has Victory Christian ever beat anybody in Charlotte? They are overcovered for what they are. They clearly have the worst coaches in America and some of the worst disciplined players. A long time Charlotte coach who has seen it all said if somebody like Tom Knotts was to coach at Victory Christian they might never lose ever again. To be honest, I'm not sure they've put out many more D1 recruits, who at least panned out than Latin has.

Anonymous said...

All of those students at Charlotte Victory Christian are all four years students and one graduated early – Curtis Porter (already enrolled at U Miami). So you need to know what you talking about before you type.

Anonymous said...

All of those students at Charlotte Victory Christian are all four year students and one graduated early – Curtis Porter (already enrolled at U Miami). So you need to know what you talking about before you type.

Anonymous said...

i'm going to have to say that VCC had great talent and couldn't win,,they should have won the state,,maybe this year their weren't any 5th year seniors, what happen to the other DL kid that came from WC,,