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Signings by High School

Arp
LaVocheya Cooper (Oklahoma State)
Michael Wade (Sam Houston State)
Kelsey Allen (SFA) - Soccer

Cayuga
Traylon Shead (Texas)
Malcome Kennedy (Texas A&M)
Sha'Keal Jenkins (SFA)
Caleb Summerville (SFA) 
Tramon Shead (Kilgore College) 
Melvin Shead (Kilgore College)

Chapel Hill
LaQuentus Moseley (Henderson State)
Holt Henderson (Harding University)
Ke'Andre Goss (ETBU)

Daingerfield
Chris Jones (Texas)
Marcus Peters (Central Arkansas)
Koko Smith (Sam Houston State)
Garrett Hughes (Tarleton State)
Joe Lafayette (SW Kansas)


Frankston
Coby Coleman (Texas Tech)
Dedtrick Smith (Kilgore College)

Gilmer
Braylon Webb (Missouri)
Tristan Holt (Missouri)
Vance Green (Colorado State)
Jacob Jenkins (Oklahoma State)
Darian Godfrey (New Mexico)
Kedon Franklin (Northwestern State)
Mikey Wilson (Lousiana College)

Henderson
Tyrell Jenkins (Baylor)

John Tyler
Ashton Dorsey (Texas)
Gerron Anthony (Oklahoma State)
Jeremy Johnson (SMU)
Ricky Collins (SMU)
Desmond Dean (Hawaii)
Darrien Starling (Texas-San Antonio)
Ky'Ordric Black (TJC)
Jesse Diaz (TJC)
Courtland Nickleberry (Mary Hardin-Baylor)
Javolis Heard (Mary Hardin-Baylor)

Longview
Aaron Johnson (Houston)
Jeremiah Farley (Houston)
Bryce Redman (Houston)
Carey Fortson (Louisiana Tech)
Alonte' Dardin (Central Arkansas)
Bubba Vactor (Navarro)
Rayshone McGee (Kilgore)
Kelsey Brown (Trinity Valley) - Volleyball

Marshall
Aaron Franklin (Oklahoma)
Jamal Anderson (Kilgore)

Pittsburg
Ted Burns (So Arkansas)
Chris Brown (So Arkansas)
Demarcus Armstrong  (Kilgore Jr College)
Matt Kirkland  (Lon Morris College)
Harry White  (Lon Morris College)
Greg Attaway (West Texas A&M University)
Andy Dube  (Lousiana College)

Robert E Lee
Chris Dinkins (Oklahoma State)
Blake Roberts (TCU)
Austin Wilson (Houston)
Luke Wagner (Texas A&M Commerce)
Thomas Lacey (Alcorn State)
Sadarius Brown (Alcorn State)
Hunter Hogan (TJC)
Aaron Meyers (TJC)
Patrick Howard (TJC)
Greg Olsen (ETBU)

Rusk
John Trotter (Sam Houston)
Taj Cleaver (Kilgore)

Spring Hill
Adrian Tarpley (Sam Houston State)

Sulphur Springs
Beau Carpenter (Texas Tech)
Bryant Jackson (Texas)
Kedrick Dial (Baylor)
Mason Y'Barbo (North Texas)
Shane McQueen (SFA)
Triston Cook (Henderson State)
Keison Clayton (SE Oklahoma)
Colton Lee (So. Arkansas)
Tyler Higginbotham (So. Arkansas)
LeMarcus Kendricks (So. Arkansas)
Colby Suggs (Arkansas) - Baseball
Garrett Ferguson (Ole Miss) - Pole Vault

Tatum
Larry Centers Jr. (SFA)
Chris Kammer (SFA)
Cameron Furlow (Lon Morris)
Terrance Johnson (Lon Morris)
Kearian George (Lon Morris)

Troup
Der'Rikk Thompson (SMU)

Whitehouse
Logan Taylor (Ouchita St)
Taylor Burns (Kansas Wesleyan)

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