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Papi White, No. 6, Chickasaw/Seminole/Creek, signed his national letter of intent with the Ohio University Bobcats

7 Native High School Football Players Who Signed Letters of Intent

ICTMN Staff
3/4/14

Papi White

White, Chickasaw/Seminole/Creek, signed his national letter of intent with the Ohio University Bobcats out of the MAC conference. White is a 5-foot-9, 165 lbs running back from Seminole High School. According to NewsOk.com, the high school football standout went through a “hectic” recruiting process. The RB originally accepted a verbal offer to Southern Miss, but after a visit to Athens, Ohio, he changed his mind.

This past season, White rushed for 3,133 yards and earned 41 touchdowns. He led the state in rushing yards per game at 241.0.

Eriq Swiftwater

BSU.edu

Swiftwater, Oglala Nation, signed his national letter of intent with Black Hills State University. Swiftwater is a 6-foot-3, 195 lbs wide receiver from Hot Springs, South Dakota.

Recently, the Rapid City Journal profiled Swiftwater, who battled bullying and family issues to make it to the college level. “I knew I could play basketball," Swiftwater told the paper. "I’ve always played basketball, but playing football in Hot Springs really opened up my eyes to what I could really do.”

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