WEST PALM BEACH — Athletes around the county will spend Wednesday, February 5th signing National Letters of Intent, committing to their first-choice colleges as they prepare for the next steps in their athletic futures.
With those announcements, the NCAA will welcome an amalgam of top talent to sports across the spectrum — from men’s football to women’s lacrosse.
Some schools will be exceptionally busy this Wednesday. American Heritage-Delray will have thirteen athletes committing, excluding those that already penned their letters this past December for early signing.
Therdens Conserve, Lucas Matias, Michael Morris Jr., Isaiah Rampart, and Luke Sharkey will represent the Stallions football program this week, with Sharkey committing to our local Keiser Seahawks, an NAIA program that soared above all expectations in a wildly successful 2019 campaign.
Allegra Catalano, Megan Mangines, and Nicole Scroggie will also represent the Stallions girl’s lacrosse team following the program’s dynamic state playoff run last year.
In the public-school sector, William T. Dwyer will send 16 athletes to colleges around the nation, with Jeremiah Dezard, Ronald Folkes, Ishmael Goulbourne, Cory Hamilton, Antavious Lane, James Meeks, Vernon Padgett, Tyler Payne, Nicholas St. Amand, Cedric Tucker, and Da’Quan Wilson all committing to football programs from the Panthers’ ranks.
With numerous deep programs and pools of impressive talent, Palm Beach County will boast quite the list of names slated to appear on college rosters in the very near future.