BRYAN -- Several Brazos Valley High Schools hosting signing parties on Tuesday during National Signing Day.
The Brenham Cubs with five players getting a chance to play at the next level.The Washington twins Kendrick and Kendrell both signing with Tulane.
Cub safety Trent Thomas is headed to TCU.
Kip Maxwell is going to be a offensive lineman for the Javelina at Texas A&M Kingsville.
Dayarion Broadnax will be a defensive tackle at Midwestern State.
Brenham also with three 3 soccer players heading off to college.
Bobbie Stephens is headed to Iowa State. Lindsey Zwahr signing with McNeese State and Kaci Bush joining the Houston Cougar soccer team.
The Cubs also have a pair of track athletes moving on. Distance runner Haley Peddy is going to Sam Houston State. David Wells joining the thinclads at Texas A&M Corpus Christi.
The Huntsville Hornets with four division one signees.
Kirby Ennis will join the Texas Aggies at defensive end, while Adam Ayala and James Davidson are both headed to Texas El Paso to join Mike Price's Miners. Kevin Butcher is going to West Texas A&M. He was a 'jack of all trades' for the Hornets and is listed as an 'Athlete' for the Buffalo football program.
Triple jumper Stephen Brown won't leave the city limits of Huntsville as he accepts Sam Houston State's offer to join its track program
Navasota head football coach Lee Fedora will likely see five of his Rattlers continue their football careers.
Dexter Pratt graduated in December and is already in school at Oklahoma State. Wide Receiver Brandal Jackson is staying close to home to play for the Aggies.
He'll be joined by fellow wide out Gaston Lamascus who will be walking on at A&M.
Quarterback Jacoby Stokes will head to Kilgore and will compete against team mate Antron Harris who will play for the Blinn Bucs.
Harris is one of three locals that will play for Brad Franchione along with A&M Consolidated products Jarvon Searcy and Kip Dailey.
Matt Stoll will continue his kicking career as he becomes a Texas A&M Kingsville Javelina.
Stoney Pryor will see four of his Lady Tiger soccer players college offers.
Kat Bartley staying close to home and signing with G. Guerrieri and the Texas Aggies.
Taylor Pounds won't have to travel that far from home as she heads to Sam Houston State and Jessica Brown joining the Lumberjacks at Stephen F. Austin.
Casey Wilhem will not only be leaving the state to chase her soccer dream, but will change time zones twice. Casey will call Eugene, Oregon, home as she joins the Ducks.
Across town at Bryan High. Bob Bellard with six players taking a shot at the next level.
Monterrell Washington is headed to Louisiana-Monroe. While Fono Vakalahi is going to BYU. Sam Scholl will continue his career at West Texas A&M.
Rex Urquhart plans on walking on at TCU. Jerry Tennell is headed to Tarleton State to play and Spencer Burk will continue his football career at Mary Hardin Baylor.
Joining Burk as a Crusader will be Normangee twins Justin and Jordan Mullinix.
Jordan rushed for nearly 1,300 yards for the Panthers a year ago, while Justin threw for over 2,000 yards and was responsible for 35 touchdowns last season.
The most sought after recruit in the area was Madisonville's Chris Whaley. Despite an injury plagued senior year. Chris still rushed for over 1900 yards and 24 touchdowns and next year will run for the Texas Longhorns.
Rounding out this year's signees from the Brazos Valley is Franklin's Ross Bishop. He averaged over 12 yards every time he touched the football and is headed to Incarnate Work in San Antonio to play running back.
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