National Signing Day Across The Brazos Valley

By: KBTX Sports
By: KBTX Sports

High Schools from across the Brazos Valley have scholar athletes signing their National Letter of Intent today at the College of their choice.

Slideshow pictures correspond with the order of students listed below:

Congratulations to all 14 A&M Consolidated Tiger student athletes on signing their National Letter of Intent!

Bryan High School
V.J. Banks signed his National Letter of Intent with Rice University (left).

Connor Ward signed his National Letter of Intent with Lamar University (right).

Rudder High School
Isaiah Johnson celebrates with his friends and teammates after signing his National Letter of Intent to play football at the University of Houston.

Brenham High School
Five Brenham Cubs have signed to play at Blinn College under Head Coach Keith Thomas in 2014, while the other five are attending various universities in Texas.

Ryan Nunn signed his National Letter of Intent with Blinn College.

Desmond Lockett signed his National Letter of Intent with Blinn College.

Tre'Vonte Jackson signed his Letter of Intent with West Texas A&M University.

Austin Schlottmann shows the "Frog" sign as he signs with TCU.

Neal Mathis signed his National Letter of Intent with Blinn College.

James Homan signed his National Letter of Intent with Blinn College.

Taylon Shepard signed his National Letter of Intent with Blinn College.

Courtland Sutton signed his National Letter of Intent this morning with Southern Methodist University (SMU).

Braden Baird signed his National Letter of Intent with the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.

Theodore Hoffman signed his National Letter of Intent with Howard Junior College.

New Blinn Head Football Coach Keith Thomas checking the fax machine this morning in Brenham.

Brenham Head Football Coach/ Athletic Director Glen West talking this morning before the 10 Cubs sign football/ baseball letters of intent.


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