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Signing Day list


Mike Berry, Beavercreek / Toledo

Adam Bertke, Marion Local / Pittsburgh

Landon Brazille, Thurgood Marshall / Cincinnati

Connor Brown, Miamisburg / Ohio

Jarred Brumfield, Stebbins / Ohio

Tyler Campbell, Xenia / Findlay

Frank Catrine, Fenwick / Valparaiso

Jonathan Cole, Trotwood-Madison / Notre Dame (Ohio)

Kenny Coleman, Northmont / Ohio Dominican

Vayante Copeland, Thurgood Marshall / Michigan State

London Cowan, Milton-Union / Notre Dame (Ohio)

Austin Cull, Beavercreek / Urbana

Alex Dalton, Troy / Oklahoma

Christian Evans, Tecumseh / Urbana

Michael Fellers, Miami East / Notre Dame (Ohio)

Jordan George, Alter / Akron

Jacob Hall, Tippecanoe / Brown

Jack Harding, Bellbrook / Capital

Blake Harper, Northmont / Tiffin

Wes Hegemann, Minster / Dayton

Dorian Hendrix, Wayne / Kentucky

Miles Hibbler, Troy / Kent State

Nate Hull, Fenwick / Thomas More (Ky.)

DaVonte James, Springfield / West Virginia

Donald Kiley II, Alter / Tiffin

Joey Kraemer, Alter / Texas-El Paso

John Lewis, Trotwood-Madison / Tiffin

Wesley Martin, Milton-Union / Indiana

Tre McFadden, Wayne / Urbana

Eddie McGee, Xenia / Dean CC (Mass.)

Tre McIntyre, Triad / Ohio Dominican

Airius Moore, Beavercreek / North Carolina State

Marques Moore, Springfield / Kent State

Graham Oberer, Northmont / Kentucky State

Otito Odenigbo, Centerville / Illinois

Patrick Osterhage, Centerville / Wake Forest

Brandon Purk, Mechanicsburg / Urbana

Terry Ramsey, Northmont / Louisville

C.J. Riazzi, Chaminade Julienne / Air Force Academy

Jordan Rigg, Springboro / Miami

Billy Robinson, Fenwick / Butler

Cody Rollins, Spg. Shawnee / Tiffin

Tim Seifert, Alter / Capital

Jerome Shepherd, Thurgood Marshall / Notre Dame (Ohio)

Tyler Smith, Stebbins / Ashland

Thaddeus Snodgrass, Springfield / Kentucky

KeShawn Stafford, Stebbins / Ashland

Joey Stomps, Fenwick / Wheaton (Ill.)

Cameron Taylor, Northmont / Howard

Jared Weyler, Centerville / Minnesota

Zach Whittamore, Miamisburg / Urbana

Isiah Williams, Northmont / Ohio Dominican

Demarcus Wilson, Trotwood-Madison / Lincoln (Mo.)

Bayle Wolf, Clinton-Massie / Army

Ethan Wolf, Minster / Tennessee

Taron Wright, Ponitz Tech / Tiffin

Robert Young, Miamisburg / Urbana

Preferred walk-on

Alex Demers, Tippecanoe / Miami

Isaiah Williams, Northmont / Ohio State

Junior college football signee

Lawrence Mosley, Trotwood-Madison / Youngstown

Women’s cross country / track & field

Rachel Aikens, Wayne / Indiana Tech

Erionna Ballard, Wayne / Indiana Tech

Danielle Beranek, Beavercreek / Cumberlands (Ky.)

Alex Groene, Alter / Saint Louis

Kiersten Hook, Wayne / Xavier

Shay LaFollette, Bradford / Northern Kentucky

Oksana Lawrence, Meadowdale / LSU

Kelsey Luebbe, Centerville / Ohio

Tereia Mackey, Wayne / Indiana Tech

Christina Seas, Coldwater / Montana

Jenni Rossi, Fenwick / Dayton

Jordan Townsley, Miamisburg / Georgia State

Dre’Ameerha Walker, Wayne / IndianaTech

Meg Westerheide, Fort Loramie / Cincinnati

Men’s cross country / track & field

Will Parson, Middletown / Alabama Huntsville

Women’s soccer

Courtney Barker, Lebanon / Ashland

Riley Doyle, Beavercreek / Notre Dame (Ohio)

Lyssa Engle, Carroll / Anderson (S.C.)

Jordan Foster, Fairborn / Eastern Kentucky

Katie Grunder, Alter / Auburn

Mellonee Hall, Beavercreek / Wilmington

Chandra Hohne, Beavercreek / Ashland

Sezcezney Lytle, Fenwick / Cincinnati State CC

Brooklyn Mason, Middletown / Wright State

Madison McKinney, Beavercreek / Wright State

Rachael Westercamp, Beavercreek / Illinois Wesleyan

Men’s soccer

Jon Geis, Bellbrook / Ohio Northern

Colton Phillips, Bellbrook / Capital

Austen Alexander, Eaton / Franklin (Ind.)

Women’s crew

Johanna McNutt, Beavercreek / Cornell

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