The first wave of national letters of intent rolls in on the day of signing for non-football sports – South Florida Sun Sentinel
Other students-Athletes from theSigned by Broward and Palm Beach County national letters of intent onWednesday’s program included American Heritage: Luke Clanton (men’s golf), FloridaState University), Kelly Shanahan. (women’s Golf, FIU), Emily Thompson. (soccer West Virginia). Brandon Barriera. Ray Bermudez. (baseball at Vanderbilt University). ofMiami), Erik Blair, University (baseball). of Florida), Evan Dobias (baseball, University ofVirginia), Brandon Gonsalves of Central Florida); Cardinal Newman : Drake Flowers (baseball). Florida State University), Griffin Hugus (baseball, Cincinnati), Jack Bello (baseball, Air Force Academy), Louis Paolillo (baseball, Eastern Florida State College), Raul Feliz (baseball, Indian River State ) College), Santiago Gutierrez (baseball, University ofSt. Thomas (MN), Chris Rexach, (baseball, University of Pittsburgh in Greensburg); Cooper City: Mallory Schleicher (swimming, Florida), Kirsten Caravaca (softball, University of North Florida), Jordan Hustey (softball, Tennessee Martin University), Sydney Totarsky (softball, St. John’s University), Bianca Polistina (softball, St. Leo’s University), AJ Albano (softball, Converse University); King’s Academy: Abigail Alvarez (Lacrosse, Palm Beach Atlantic University), Mya Dobson (Soccer, Evangel University), Ava Fountain (Beach Volleyball, Carson Newman University), Donovan Glisson (Baseball, Dennison University), Mason Shipman (Competitive Cheer, Liberty University), Christian Proscia (swimming, St. Bonaventure); North Broward Prep: Justin Abson (men’s basketball, Appalachian State), Yoel Tejada (baseball, Florida), Jonathan Xuereb (baseball, Appalachian State), Rachel Weiner (women’s lacrosse, Northwestern); Palm Beach Gardens: Aaliyah Crews (softball, Marshall University), Bradley Hart (baseball, Wingate University), Joshua Hogue (baseball, Santa Fe College), Jayden Hylton (baseball, Stetson University), Carson “Billy” Reid (golf, Keizer .) University), Kairi Rodriguez (softball, Duke University); Park Vista: Danielle Anglin (diving, University ofIowa), Austin Fawley, (baseball at University), ofKentucky), Maison Mart (baseball Virginia Commonwealth University), Malia Ozbourne (beachvolley, Palm Beach Atlantic University), Cristina Penney [softball Daytona State College], Peyton Samuels (“baseball Palm Beach State College”), Ethan Strikowski (“baseball University”) of Tampa); Pembroke Pines Charter: Kolby King (basketball, St. Johns University), Madison Garcia (softball, Lincoln University), Victoria Torres (swimming, University of North Florida), Eliana Salama (soccer, Southern Methodist University), Sabrina Aruajo-Elorza ( Soccer, Northeastern University), Leyla Molina (soccer, Alabama A&M); St. Andrew’s: Cole Derks (baseball, University ofMiami), Devyn Cone (Lacrosse Franklin and Marshall), Sean Jordan, (Lacrosse Harvard University), Niamh Harting (tennis Johns Hopkins University), Santianna Chysopoulo, (tennis University). ofDelaware), Jake Ross (Lacrosse Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University), Nicole Aguilar. (Swimming University). ofBuffalo), Ella Martinez, (Swimming at Cornell University), Hope Hall, (Golf. Dartmouth College), Amelie Alcantara, (Golf. Eckerd College), ; Stoneman Douglas Kaitlyn Burns-Acro & Tumbling Baylor University), Andres Barbaza (Golf. Bucknell), Roman Anthony [baseball. Ole Miss], Santiago Ordonez (“baseball. FSU”), Sammy Beir (“baseball. FAU”), Jake Clemente (“baseball. Florida), Chris Arroyo (baseball, Florida), Brandon White (baseball, South FloridaState College), Cameron Harris, Grant McDonald (baseball and Wingate), Grant McDonald, Maddox Raley, Maddox Raley, (baseball and Tallahassee Community ), State College); Taravella Vincent Samuel (baseball at Indian River State College), Matthew Rubin, Jacob Smith (baseball at Indian River State College), Jacob Smith ofPacific), JassielValbuena, Jordan Edwy, Jassiel Valbuena, (baseball. Indian River State College), Jassiel Vallbuena, (baseball. Keizer College), Christopher Scinta, (baseball. University). of Miami).