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Chattahoochee Valley athletes commit for National Signing Day

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With National Signing Day, 2014, in the books, a number of Chattahoochee Valley athletes have solidified their college futures.

Central:

Christian Campbell – Penn State

Ethan Calhoun – Kansas State

Joshua Parker – Faulkner

Joe Jones – Faulkner

Jordan Strong – Alabama A&M

Kendrick:

Emmanuel Brown – Albany State

Marvin Lewis – Albany State

Spencer:

Tahjay Brown – Bethel College

Darrius Lightfoot – Bethel College

Juanyae Wilson – Bethel College

Douglas Turner – Albany State

Tarvaraska Davis – Global Tech (NY)

Richard Jones – Lincoln

Damarkus Robins – Lincoln

Brookstone:

Martin Ramos – South Carolina (soccer)

Pacelli:

Wyatt Peterson – Berry College

Hardaway:

Desmond Barmore – East Carolina

Torrie Beard – Limestone College

Jalen Burgess – Nassau Community College

Treavon Davis – Maryville College

Walter Palmore – Coffeeville Community College

Josh Anthony – Western Oklahoma State (baseball)

Blake Meadows – Western Oklahoma State (baseball)

LaGrange:

Tavone Rivers – Ellsworth Community College

Benny Gray – Ellsworth Community College

Tay Glover – Western Carolina

Wynton Heard – Alabama State

Zach Giddens – Faulkner

Sarah Bearden – Georgia State (track)

Opelika:

Chase Baker – Limestone

Malcolm Buggs – South Alabama

Marquise Fulton – Georgia Military

Reggie Hall – Jacksonville State

Ashton Merritt – Point

Jakell Mitchell – Auburn

Stephen Roberts – Auburn

Aldreecous Wilson – West Georgia

Marquis Wright – West Georgia

Emma Garner – Samford (track)

Auburn:

Antreal Allen – Georgia State

Mike Turner – Shorter

Blaise Taylor – Arkansas State

JaDarian Yancey – Southern Mississippi

Delwyn Torbert – Alabama State

Selwyn Torbert – Alabama State

Rashaan Evans – Alabama

Pete Turnham – Auburn (diving)

Kayla Vaughn – Alabama State (soccer)

Atticus Bolling – Faulkner State Community College (tennis)

Rachel Hargrave – Arkansas (cross country)

Dylan Ogburn – Troy (cross country)

Eric Schuller – Troy (cross country)

Carver:

Daquarius Williams-Johnson – Middle Georgia State

Kenneth Dorsey – Middle Georgia State

Josh Frazier – Middle Georgia State

Garrett Coleman – Middle Georgia State

Raequan Lowe – Middle Georgia State

Derrell Hicks – North Georgia Tech

Timothy London – North Georgia Tech

Dondrell Allen – North Georgia Tech

Luckie Rozier – Point

Talik Quarterman – Fort Valley State

Drelon Freeman – Fort Valley State

Cordarius Smith – Fort Valley State

Tim Whatley – Tennessee-Chattanooga

Niemus Bryant – Georgia State

Kiante Walton – Indiana

Troup:

Daryl Dunlap – San Diego State

Dikembe Billingslea – Point

Devonte Cofield – Point

Devonte Swanson – Point

R.J. Hairston – Garden City Community College

Alex Duncan – Northwest Florida State (softball)

Callaway:

Dante Lindsey – Point

Deon Smith – Kennesaw State

Devon Rosser – Kennesaw State

Brandon Sutton – Kennesaw State

J'Lynn Allen – Kennesaw State

Pedy Leverette – Kennesaw State

Quantavius Anderson – Garden City Community College

KeShun Freeman – Georgia Tech (early enrollee)

Lee-Scott:

Jeremy Joseph – Eastern Illinois

Columbus:

Katherine Steinhaus – Point (lacrosse)

Chelsea Grimmett – Point (lacrosse)

Kyla Wright – West Georgia (soccer)

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