National Signing Day: Tulsa athletes from East Central, Central, BTW, McLain, Memorial

TULSA - Athletes from Booker T., Central, East Central, McLain and Memorial signed national letters of intent Wednesday.

In all, 35 students signed the dotted line to play football or soccer in college.

 

Central High School football:

Deontai Bradford (Baker University)

D'Vonte Brown (Baker University)

Gerald Hardridge (McPherson University)

Denzel Meadows (undecided)

Keizon Reed (Baker University)

Nigel White (Langston University walk-on)

East Central High School football:

Antoine Brown (Pittsburg (Kan.) State)

Kimmie Carson (New Mexico)

Alejandro Garcia (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

Josh Herman (Southwestern College)

Davanta Johnson (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

Latarrious McGoy (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

Stanvon Taylor (Oklahoma)

Deontre Youngblood (Pittsburg (Kan.) State)

McLain High School for Science and Technology football:

Jaelen Bledsoe (Emporia (Kan.) State)

Thurman Smith (Central Oklahoma)

Memorial High School football:

Joe Bell (Northwestern Oklahoma State)

Wes Bowman (Northeastern State)

Novis Cullom (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

DeAndre Drink (Northwestern Oklahoma State)

Eric Holt (Northwestern Oklahoma State)

Tyrone McGriff (Northwestern Oklahoma State)

Jermaine Rathod (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

Ray Taylor (Northwestern Oklahoma State)

Chris Turner (Northwestern Oklahoma State)

 Roy Walker (Southeast Prep Postgraduate Academy)

Booker T. Washington High School football:

Dominique Alexander (Oklahoma)

Hollis Birmingham (Baker University)

Melvin Gilliam (Southwestern College)

Jermaine Williams (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

Cameron Durant (East Central University)

James Caligone (Alabama Birmingham)

Tajh Lowe (Alabama Birmingham)

Carsie Jones (Evangel University)

Booker T. Washington boys soccer:

Dakota Hardman (Southwestern College)

Booker T. baseball player Spenser Gill previously signed with Oklahoma City University. Also Booker T. football player Jackson Fuselier will be a walk-on at the University of Tulsa.

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