National Signing Day 2011

February 2, 2011 by staff 

National Signing Day 2011, Ohio - Glenville senior tight end┬álinebacker Frank Clark is committed to Michigan early this morning, becoming the first Tarblooder to commit to the Wolverines since Peter Woods. It is planned to send his letter of intent Michigan later today, which is National Signing day. “Peter and I were texting each other and had much to do with my decision to go to Michigan,” said Clark, who will play safety or linebacker at the next level. “This is a high school that will give me a good education and is a football program that is determined to get back to where he was. ”

Clark took Michigan to North Carolina, Cal and Michigan State. It is the first of a handful of Glenville players should announce their decisions today, including lineman Aundrey Walker, quarterback Cardale Jones, linebacker Andre Sturdivant and all-purpose standout Shane Wynn.

Finally, it is time for football in high school recruits has their pens at work.

After months of rumors of recruiting non-binding verbal commitments and even a couple of releases, National Signing day has come. We’ve covered the latest news and profiles on dozens of soloists from the Northeast Ohio who are signing letters of intent today with NCAA Division I programs.

Throughout the day, and must also sign tickers day, and each of these sites is a good resource for profiles and information on recruits. But neither site displays unsigned players, because of the recruitment rules of the NCAA, then the sequence of the slide on TSL is a good way to see the recruits and the recruits have signed or unsigned.

Our day ticker signature includes the name of a player 2011 recruiting class who have completed high school early and enrolled at Tech in January: CB Adeboye Aromire.

Players wishing to sign should submit their documents by fax, either by themselves or with help from their coach at their schools. All school districts have canceled classes were canceled the day of signature parts that were to take place tomorrow.

The DISD had planned an event at Davis Fieldhouse that integrates all athletes in the district who is scheduled to sign tomorrow but the director of athletics DISD Jeffery Johnson published night e-mail Tuesday that temporarily moved the event to the next week.

Johnson said with the weather affecting traffic and with most local media focused on the upcoming Super Bowl, the players would not be able to receive “the day they deserve,” until next week.

Allen has also chosen to push back its ceremony next week. Linebacker Melvin Spears (Iowa), a receiver Jonathon Lee (Baylor) and offensive lineman Brad McNulty (Missouri) are among the signatories for the Eagles.

Euless Trinity, which boasts several Division I commits, canceled his party days before signing, but will always have players come to fill out forms to submit to colleges.

Arlington Martin coach Bob Wager football, who grew up in New York, said he knew his background Yankee would pay one day. He spent part of Monday driving on ice to collect papers of Martin scholarship players for it to be sent by fax to the respective colleges.

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