State high school stars commit to college teams - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

State high school stars commit to college teams

OJ Smith to Alabama, Rodriquez Parker to Arkansas Tech. OJ Smith to Alabama, Rodriquez Parker to Arkansas Tech.
Woodlawn senior WR/FS Donovan Wilson makes it official with Texas A&M. Woodlawn senior WR/FS Donovan Wilson makes it official with Texas A&M.

It's National Signing Day! Watch here for updates on high school seniors across the ArkLaTex as they commit to play for their colleges of choice:

Captain Shreve senior Deylon Keylon signs track and field letter intent to Northwestern St. Will participate in high jump, long jump and triple jump.

Woodlawn senior WR/FS Donovan Wilson inks with Texas A&M.

OJ Smith to Alabama, Rodriquez Parker to Arkansas Tech.

North Desoto all around player Damion Boone going to Northwestern State University.

Wide receiver/ Free Safety Donovan Wilson signs with Texas A&M and Defensive Tackle Tony Brown signs with Tyler Junior College.

North Webster High School's Alex Taylor Signs with University of Arkansas at Monticello.

At Byrd: LB Andrew goes with Crow-Briar Cliff, WR Jordan Powell signs with Grambling and DE Chandler Nance and RB Louis Mills will go to Southern Arkansas.

7 Mt. Pleasant High School Tigers signed letters of intent:
Kadarrius (KD) Cannon – Baylor University, Waco
Cullen Grubbs – Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene
Brandon Cole Walker – East Texas Baptist University, Marshall
Joel Batista - East Texas Baptist University, Marshall
Josh Scoggin – Southwestern University
Zack White - East Texas Baptist University, Marshall
Cody Brantley - East Texas Baptist University, Marshall

Parkway's Avery Shoebridge signs with Henderson, Broderick Jefferson goes to LA Tech.

At Evangel, Arkansas commits Jared Cornelius with the school's first ever Skype signing from Fayetteville.

Justin Armstead, Roland Dunn Jr. and Jaylen Jones all ink with Louisiana College.

Haughton's Jarred Craft signs to LA Tech, PJ Douglas to Arkansas Monticello.

Haynesville's Jackson Jerrell signs with Hawaii.

Evangel CB Santos Ramirez signs with Arkansas and DL Chris Bradley inks with TCU.

Tatum ISD's DB Klifton Willis DB/RD Jalen Shans are heading to Texas A&M Commerce. TE Dyllan Fields is going to Southern Nazareth, and Eagles infielder Kasadi Hodges as signed with Navarro College.

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