National Signing Day: Where are area players going to play college football?


The first college football early signing period is set to begin later this month. 

Not everyone in the large group of Division I prospects in the area’s class of 2018 has made his college choice, but some who have will take advantage of the change in rules. 

Here is who we know so far planned to sign or has signed during the early period, which began today and runs through Friday: 

Tyler Bentley, DT, Lakota West / Pitt

Isaiah Bowser, RB, Sidney / Northwestern

John Dirksen, OT, Marion Local / Notre Dame

Aaron Ervin, OL, Springboro / Youngstown State

Ryan Montgomery, RB, Franklin / Cincinnati

Dylan Haller, DT, Centerville / Indiana State

Meechi Harris, WR, Xenia / Cincinnati 

Jevon Henderson, DL, Centerville / Bowling Green

Cameron Hoelscher, LB, Springfield / Army

Antwuan Johnson, LB, Wayne / Bowling Green

Jack McCrory, LB, Shawnee / Ohio

Alex Reigelsperger, DE, Wayne / Minnesota

Devan Rogers, DT, Sidney / Toledo

Jadon Rucker-Furlow, DB, Belmont / Miami

L’Christian “Blue” Smith, WR, Wayne / Ohio State

Jake Spiewak, WR, Centerville/ Air Force

Sam Vance, DE, Centerville / Air Force 

Malik Vann, DL, Fairfield / Cincinnati

Jackson Carman, OT, Fairfield/ Clemson

If you plan to sign a letter of intent this month, please let us know by emailing us at Sports@coxohio.com


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