By James Butler MCDONOUGH – For most high school athletes National Signing Day represents a cathartic release. After years of hard work, evidence that it was all worthwhile finally arrives. Once a college decision is official, the athlete can either start preparing for the next level or just be free to enjoy the last days
By James Butler MCDONOUGH – With Eagles Landing Christian Academy constantly at the top of the state amongst Class A Private Schools, it should come as no surprise that National Signing Day at the McDonough school is more like an expectation than the signing day for a typical high school. Nearly a
By Gabriel Stovall LOVEJOY, GA — Just before Randy Robinson inked his scholarship letter of intent to Jacksonville State, the senior lineman was all smiles. “Before we start this, I just want to say that I am, hands down, without a doubt, the best dressed person here,” Robinson said. “Male, female, signee, no signee.
LOVEJOY — While the National Signing Day drama got a little intense for Lovejoy stars Montrell Custis and Preston Williams in the days leading up to, there were no surprises when it came time to pull out the pens. Custis, a 3-star safety who had originally been committed to Kentucky, and later Alabama, pledged his
By Gabriel Stovall LOVEJOY – National Signing Day never fails to bring a ton of excitement for high school and college football fans. It also brings a lot of attention to the athletes involved, which can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on how you look at it. As for Lovejoy