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National Signing Day: Letters of Intent signed

POSTED: February 17, 2008 5:05 a.m.
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North Hall's Bobby Epps signs his letter of intent to continue his football career and Virginia Military Institute.

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Today's the day when high school athletes make their decisions final and pledge their futures to a college program. Below is a list of the letters of intent that have been confirmed. Check back for updates throughout the day.

Football

  •  Reuben Haynes, QB, Commerce: Lenoir Rhyne College
  • Jaybo Shaw, QB, Flowery Branch: Georgia Tech
  • Tavious Banks, DB, Flowery Branch: Mars Hill College
  • Brandon Vaught, S, White County: Western Carolina
  • Bobby Epps, FB/LB, North Hall: Virginia Military Institute
  • Tavarres King, WR, Habersham Central: Georgia
  • Keith Wells, DE, Gainesville: Ohio State
  • Tyler Adetona, WR, Gainesville: Indiana
  • Gerald Ford, WR, Gainesville: Valdosta State
  • Anthony Young, DB, Gainesville: Savannah State
  • JoJo Sweet, RB, Chestatee: University of Minnesota - Duluth
  • Omar Hunter, DT, Buford: Florida
  • J.J. Miller, OL, Buford: Wofford
  • Andy Kellogg, DL, Buford: Shorter
  • Demetris Murray, RB, Buford: South Florida
  • Alex Hunt, RB, Buford: Indiana
  • T.J. Pridemore, FB/LB, Buford: Florida
  • JayTee Swanson, LB, Buford: Miami (Ohio)
  • Melvin Harris, WR, Buford: Ole Miss
  • Kody Case, DB, Buford: Valdosta State
  • Cody Vining, DB, Buford: Valdosta State
  • Billy Johnson, OL, Buford: Georgia*
  • Tersoo Uhaa, RB/LB, Riverside: Furman

Soccer

  • Laura Lane, North Hall: North Georgia College & State University
  • Delana Thomas, Flowery Branch: North Georgia College & State University

* = preferred walk on



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