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Local high school football players sign college letters of intent

Several area high school football players signed their national letters of intent to play in college.

Wednesday marked the first day senior football players could sign binding letters of intent with NCAA Division I programs. The early period runs through Friday. The regular signing period begins Feb. 8 and goes to April.

Here are the local players who have signed:

CBC
Tyler Dixon to Kent State
Brady Feeney to Ball State
Cameron Powell to Southeast Missouri State

Chaminade
Brady Cook to Missouri
Julian McBride to Indiana
Jake Divis to Washington University in St. Louis

De Smet
Jordan Johnson to Notre Dame
Lanell Carr to West Virginia
Armon Wallace to Missouri State

Eureka
Josh Baker to Arizona

Parkway North
Jonathan Edwards to Indiana State

Westminster Christian Academy
Bennie Anderson to Yale

Westminster Christian Academy’s Benny Anderson signs his college letter of intent to play football at Yale. With him are his parents, Bennie Anderson, Sr. and Salena Anderson.
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