Two dozen Brazos Valley High School seniors ink letters of intent to continue athletic careers

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -- Several local high school's seeing athletes signing letters of intent to continue their athletic careers.

College Station with seven Cougars moving on. Ryan Stapp will play in the Southland Conference and is going to Abilene Christian.

Truce Tumlinson headed up to the panhandle to play at West Texas A&M.

Angel Padilla is going out of state and is headed to Sterling University in Sterling, Kansas.

Spencer Maxwell is bound for Belton and will suit up for Mary Hardin Baylor.

Luke Gardner will play behind the pine curtain in Athens at Trinity Valley.

There are a pair of Cougars that will be preferred walk-ons.

Alan Guerierri staying close to home and will kick at Texas A&M.

Brandon Williams is destine for Denton and will play for the Mean Green of North Texas.

At A&M Consolidated High School Tiger offensive lineman Reid Francis is headed to Incarnate Word.

Francis was a First Team All District selection and Second Team All State the last two years. He was First Team Academic All State in 2018.

Fellow lineman Connor Hickson is also heading to the Southland Conference. Signing with Stephen F. Austin. He was a Second Team All District selection last year and First Team Academic All State.

The Consol volleyball program had reason to celebrate when defensive specialist Morgan Cole signed with Lee College.

At Bryan High School Viking Athletic Coordinator and Head Football Coach Ross Rogers announcing that defensive back and linebacker De'Terious Bryant would also be signing with Trinity Valley.

De'Terious said he felt at home with the coaching staff in Athens and they'd talked to him about being a hybrid defensive specialist playing both linebacker and defensive back at times.

In Huntsville four Hornet football players joining defensive lineman T'Vondre Sweat in playing college football. T'Vondre signing with Texas in December.

T'Vondre's brother T.J. Sweat is headed to U.T. Permian Basin and will play corner back for the Falcons.

Three Hornets are going from being teammates to opponents. Wide receiver Jaylon Griffin is headed to Kilgore College.

Dillon Brooks will continue to play center. He's going to be an Apache and is headed to Tyler Junior College.

Sheadrick Green is Athens bound to play outside linebacker at Trinity Valley Community College.

There were four Navasota Rattlers that signed National Letters of Intent.

Tyrin Preston is headed to Tyler Junior College, while Christian Johnson and Ke'Eric Moore will remain teammates at Sul Ross and Johnny Sweed is bound for Trinity Valley in Athens.

Cameron Yoe Wide Receiver Kadrian Hammond is going to stay pretty close to home to continue his football career. Kadrian is going to Blinn College.

During his senior season he had 43 receptions for 932 yards and 11 touchdowns.

In Lexington KBTX Classroom Champion Cade Hawley is headed to the state of New York to continue his career. Hawley signing with West Point and will suit up for the Army's Black Knights.

Burton Athletic Director and head football coach Jason Hodde had plenty of praise for Caleb Harmel who landed a scholarship to go to school at Trinity University in San Antonio and continue his football career.

Caleb was recruited as a pure athlete after playing quarterback for the Panthers for the past four seasons.

Caleb says he's excited to pursue a degree in engineering from one of the top academic universities in the country.

Brazos Christian's Mason Hitt will be a dual sport athlete at Milsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi.

He'll play along the offensive line for the Majors during football season, and then also be a member of the golf team. He has a 77 stroke average and finished 4th in the state a year ago.

Mason will be pursuing a degree in business.