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ETX athletes sign letters of intent on National Signing Day

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(KYTX) (TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH) - - Five players from Tyler Jr. College have signed on with four year colleges.

Six John Tyler athletes sign football sign football scholarship offers. John Tyler football players who signed letters of intent this morning are Darius Amie, Andrew Clark (both with Henderson State), Greg Johnson (Southern Nazarene), Reggie Gipson (Midwestern State), Travaugh Moore and Terry Ausborne (both with Abilene Christian).

Signing college letters of intent Wednesday at Robert E. Lee High School were Bryce Wilkerson (football, Mary Hardin-Baylor), Amier Wilson (football, Mary Hardin-Baylor), Raleigh Poster (football, Colgate), Triston Taylor (football, Texas A&M-Commerce), Abby Halbrook (cross country, Army), Morgan Mills (soccer, Mississippi State) and Rebekah Bowden (volleyball, Austin College).

5 chapel hill seniors that signed today, Andrew Black, Henderson State; Joseph Clark, Texas tech; Shaquille Warren, university of Louisiana Monroe; Wesley Thompson, university of Louisiana Monroe; Keith Minor, university of Cincinnati.

For complete information on today's signing go to http://www.etfinalscore.com/


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