7 Native High School Football Players Who Signed Letters of Intent
On National Signing Day—this year it was on February 5— high school seniors from all across the nation were eligible to sign a binding letter of intent to play college (or junior college) football.
Consider NSD a downplayed version of the NFL draft. A number one recruit is chosen, the top players are hounded by reporters days before they decide on a team, coaches scramble for top players, etc.
On Facebook, ICTMN asked readers if they knew high school players who had signed letters of intent on NSD and the response was strong. This list is by no means exhaustive, but here are some players to root for during the 2014-2015 college football season.
Osceola, Seminole Tribe of Florida, signed his national letter of intent with Kentucky Christian University, in Grayson, Kentucky. “Some of my friends were playing, so I decided to go out for the team,” Osceola, 17, told the Seminole Tribune. “I fell in love with the game. I like the environment under the Friday night lights, and the team is like a family.”
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