Football standouts make college commitments

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Many area high school football players put their name on the dotted line Wednesday, Feb. 6 by signing their national letter of intent to play football in college. Their signatures will solidify their future plans and enter them into the next stage of their football careers.

For these area high football stars it's the start of the next chapter of their lives. After four years of hard work at the high school level and playing on Friday nights under the lights, they will now showcase their talents on television every Saturday.

College football fans have pride and passion and many of these local athletes will move on to play at some of the best institutions and conferences in the country including the SEC, Big East, Big 10 and more.

Here are some noteworthy local commitments from National Signing Day:

Cedar Creek High School quarterback Damon Mitchell has signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Arkansas.

Absegami defensive back Rashad Kinlaw has signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Notre Dame.

Egg Harbor Township High School lineman Eric Waife has signed a letter of intent to attend  Rutgers University.

Mainland Regional High School kicker Jim Cooper has signed a letter of intent to attend Temple University.

Oakcrest linebacker Brandon Bell has signed a letter of intent to attend Penn State University.

St. Augustine running back Calvin Cass has signed a letter of intent to attend Navy.

 

 


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