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Texas Panhandle football standouts signing NLIs to play college football

Tuesday was the start of an NCAA signing period mostly for football players. (File Photo)

Tuesday was the start of an NCAA signing period mostly for football players.

In December, an early signing period took place and that's when most of the area Division I prospects signed, so the currently players are primarily heading to Division II or NAIA programs or going the Junior College route in hopes of getting to a four-year school after a year or two.

Here is the list of all the Texas Panhandle football standouts that signed National Letters of Intent:

Palo Duro High School:

  • Tony Green to Dodge City Junior College
  • Jose Perez to Concordia-Nebraska
  • Jeremiah Patterson to NM Military Institute
  • Charles Anderson to Arkansas Baptist

Canyon High School:

  • Lawton Rikel to Stephen F. Austin
  • Brayden Welch to West Texas A&M
  • Seth Nickell to Southern Nazarene

Bushland High School:

  • Hunter Miller to Texas A&M-Commerce

Canadian High School:

  • Casen Cavalier to Nebraska-Kearney
  • Garrison McCook to Hardin-Simmons

Childress High School:

  • Luke Latimer to West Texas A&M

Hereford High School:

  • Dodge DeLozier to Navarro Junior College
  • Seth Dixon to Navarro Junior College

Spearman High School:

  • Dalton Shields to Eastern New Mexico

Tascosa High School:

  • Erik Zamora to South Plains for Track-Cross Country

Two local footballers will attend schools as preferred walk-ons, hoping to impress the coaches and eventually earn scholarships. They are Beau Barker from Amarillo High, who will attend SMU, and Justin Herring from Dalhart High, attending Incarnate Word.

The following players will sign NLI's on Thursday and Friday:

Amarillo High:

  • Corbin Langham to West Texas A&M
  • Brett Gilbert to Fort Hays
  • Sammy Velasquez to Wayland Baptist
  • Maycin Smothermon to Ranger Junior College

Memphis High School:

  • Broaderick Logan to Southwestern Oklahoma State




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