Last Updated: Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 3:40 p.m.  

High school athletes around the country signed National Letters of Intent today, cementing the next chapter of their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

Clarke Central High School

  • Daiquan Brown: Football, Hutchinson Community College
  • Edrin Summerour: Football, Hutchinson Community College
  • Jacob Dula: Football, Culver-Stockton Community College
  • Tavis Elder: Football, Georgia Knights Prep Academy
  • Chase Freeman: Football, Point University
  • Wayne Malcolm: Football, Valdosta State University
  • Ayad Latimore: Football, University of the Cumberlands
  • Quavion Teasley: Football, Mars Hill University
  • Rodney Wright: Football, East Tennessee State University
  • Jonathan Sewell: Football, Georgia Knights Prep Academy
  • Edwin Summerour: Football, Murray State University
  • Derek Johnson: Football, Independence Community College

Commerce High School

  • Samantha Davidson: Swimming, Emmanuel College (signed Jan. 31, 2019)
  • Dylan Deaton: Football, Shorter University
  • Caleb Mason: Football, Shorter University
  • Levi Pate: Football, Harding University

Jackson County High School

  • Abbie Venable: Soccer, Georgia Military College

Jefferson High School

  • Garmon Randolph: Football, Baylor University

Madison County High School

  • Traveon Latimore: Football, Kennesaw State
  • Jaylen Sims: Football, Cumberland University

North Oconee High School

  • Kate Ausburn: Softball, South Carolina-Sumter
  • David Chapeau: Football, Air Force
  • JT Dukes: Football, Marshall
  • Dom Hughes: Baseball, Kansas State
  • Caleb Jones: Football, University of Georgia
  • Kyle Poole: Track, Kennesaw State

Oglethorpe County High School

  • Gabriel Peryam: Wrestling, Reinhardt University

Prince Avenue Christian

  • Christian Parrish: Football (QB), Army

Luke Gamble is a senior majoring in journalism in the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of Georgia.

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