National Signing Day recap
Posted on 2/6/2019 8:43:00 PM.
Marion's Allen, Lebron, Wilson ink football commitments on National Signing Day
Marion High School seniors (seated, from left) Jackson Allen, Elijah Lebron, and Brevin Wilson finalized their commitments to play college football during a National Signing Day event in the MHS gymnasium Wednesday morning. Allen, an All-District tight end/ wide receiver, will play at NCAA Division II Texas A&M Commerce. Lebron, an All-District linebacker, will join NAIA Evangel University's program in Springfield, Mo. Wilson, an All-District H-back and defensive back, will head to Brownwood to become a Howard Payne (NCAA DIII) Yellowjacket. Allen, Lebron, and Wilson are pictured here with the Marion coaching staff.

Navarro's Tate to play football at Abilene Christian
 
Navarro High School senior Wyatt Tate signed a National Letter of Intent to join the football program at NCAA FCS Abiline Christian during National Signing Day festivities on Wednesday morning. Tate, a 6'8", 325 lb offensive lineman, earned All-State accolades as a junior and senior for the Panthers.

Navarro runner Kohl signs with Tarleton State
 
Navarro High School senior Ivy Kohl finalized her commitment to continue her cross country and track career at NCAA Division II Tarleton State University in Stephenville during National Signing Day on Wednesday. Kohl (seated), pictured here with her family, was a multi-year state qualifier in cross-country and distance running events for the Panthers.



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