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Kilgore College Signing Day

Name         Pos.        Ht./Wt.        Hometown (HS)
Jeremy Alix        DL        5-11/250        Fort Bend (Hightower)
Ray Berry        Ath.        6-2/175        Wichita Falls (Hirschi)
Chris Brooks        OL        6-2/290        Denison (DHS)
Brad Brown        OL        6-2/320        Garland (Rowlett)
Logan Bryant        Ath.        6-3/190        Brownsboro (BHS)
Dominique Buchanan        LB        6-2/235        Gilmer (GHS)
Cameron Burger        OL        6-3/255        Lewisville (Hebron)
Malik Cardwell-Jacobs        WR        6-3/195        Garland (Sachse)
Qualon Childress        DB        6-0/210        Desoto (DHS)
Lorenzo Cortez        DB        5-10/175        Jefferson (JHS)
Max Flinn        QB        6-2/180        Houston (Bellaire)
Bradley Frazier        OL        6-2/260        Denison (DHS)
Shane Fry        QB        6-1/185        Hallsville (HHS)
Dunterius Goodman        LB        6-2/225        Gilmer (GHS)
Chris Gouldthorpe        OL        6-2/320        Tyler (Lee)
James Hicks        DL        6-1/255        Arlington (Lamar)
Kendrick Johnson        Ath.        5-8/175        Mexia (MHS)
Tim Jordan-Moore        DL        6-4/260        Friendswood (Clear Brook)
Alex Kautai        DL        6-1/270        Euless (Trinity)
Mitch Kay        OL        6-4/280        New Diana (NDHS)
Chase Logan        OL        6-3/260        Groesbeck (GHS)
Amos McCord        OL        6-2/260        Hughes Springs (HSHS)
John Niutei        OL        6-3/300        Euless (Trinity)
Stephen Roberson        DL        6-2/225        The Colony (TCHS)
DeAundray Rossum        WR        5-11/175        Kilgore (KHS)
Joseph Schumpert        LB        5-11/185        Jefferson (JHS)
Jerek Sheffield        TB        5-8/180        Kilgore (KHS)
LaQuintan Smith        DB        5-11/170        Irving (IHS)
Jesse Smitherman        TE        6-4/220        Burleson (BHS)
Darius Valentine        WR        6-0/175        Hallsville (HHS)
Petty Westmoreland        LB        6-2/215        Beckville (BHS)
Joseph Whitaker        FB        6-0/230        Jacksonville (JHS)
Eric Willis        LB        6-0/195        Fort Bend (Hightower)

Kilgore College Rangers signing national letters of intent with four-year schools:
Name         Pos.        Ht./Wt.        School        Hometown        
Alex Alvarez        OL        6-3/290        Iowa State        Houston (Clear Creek)
Adrian Brooks        FB        5-11/240        Texas A&M-Kingsville        Longview (LHS)
Quannell Butler        DB        5-8/160        Harding (Ark.)        Miami, Fla. (Washington)
Trevelyan Canady        WR        5-7/160        Texas A&M-Kingsville        Jacksonville (JHS)
Anthony DeGrate        DL        6-2/240        Texas A&M-Kingsville        Irving (Nimitz)
Willie Green        DL        5-10/260        Texas A&M-Commerce        Richardson (RHS)
Tyrell Herndon        DL        6-2/230        Texas A&M-Kingsville        Copperas Cove (CCHS)
Dante Higgins        WR        5-11/190        Texas A&M-Kingsville        Houston (Yates)
Aaron Hunter        OL        6-2/290        Missouri Southern        Dallas (Kimball)
Kendrick Holloway        TE        6-2/225        Abilene Christian        Dallas (Skyline)
B.J. Mathis        WR        5-9/180        Texas A&M-Commerce        Richardson (Berkner)
Billy Martin        RB        5-10/190        Langston (Okla.)        Pittsburg (PHS)
Avery Norris        DB        6-0/215        Morgan State (Md.)        Houston (Washington)
Darron Sheppard        OL        6-2/270        Texas A&M-Commerce        Longview (LHS)
Marcus Smith        DL        6-0/250        Pittsburg State (Kan.)        Houston (Oak Ridge)
Errik Ejike        DB        6-1/195        Ohio        Tyler (Lee)
LaFonzo Ruffin        LB        6-0/225        Harding (Ark.)        Miami, Fla. (Washington)
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