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Early Signing Day 2019

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Early Signing Day 2019

To u-t-c is ringgold offensive lineman reid williams. he was reppin' the 'c' during his signing ceremony.

Williams also reps good grades with a 4-point-0 g-p-a.

Williams:"i'm real excited.

It has been a long time.

Been committed since about mid-summer.

Ready to make it official.


He's a really good guy.

Great integrity.

Good coach.

He wants the right morals for his students to hold them accountable."

Elsewhere on the local recruiting scene, it was a busy evening at baylor.

The red raiders enjoyed a big signing party as four players inked papers.

Tight end christian martin was all smiles.

He's headed to chattanooga.

Linebacker noah martin will suit up at samford.

Lineman seth johnson signed with a socon school as well in furman.

And receiver gabriel stulce is going to washington and lee.

Congratulations to those four players.

At tyner, 20-18 mr. football finalist jeremiah batiste signed with miami university in ohio.

The talented rams wide receiver says he fell in love with the campus, adding it just felt like home.

Batiste: "i'm feeling great.

I feel like i made the best decision, because when it comes to signing, that's a big time deal, so i feel great right now.

I feel great about my decision."

Dalton's 6-foot-7, 332 pound offensive lineman osbaldo beltran signed on to play at tenenssee tech.

He's the youngest of six, and he will become the first person in his family to attend college, and just the second to graduate high school.

Beltran says he's most exicted about the golden eagles' weight room.

Beltran: "it's really big.

I get to be here with my friends and family, and have former players who were here like a couple years ago, come here to watch me sign.

You know, it's a big thing, it's a big deal."

Down the road, north murray linebacker chaisen buckner will play at the naval academy.

Buckner helped the mountaineers enjoy the best season in school history as north murray advanced to the state quarterfinals.

The 6-2 linebacker made even more history for north murray, becoming the first mountaineer to go to a service academy.

Buckner: "i didn't realize how big it was going to be until i got here.

Wow, it's just an awesome feeling to see how many people are here to support me.

Just to really put it down on paper, my future, so it's huge, and i'm excited."


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