ON THE CALENDAR
National Signing Day is Wednesday. The anticipation may not be the same as years past due to the impact of early signing day in December. Nonetheless, this is still an opportunity for high school football players to celebrate moving on to continue their football career at the next level. National Signing Day has traditionally been the first Wednesday in February annually. Scholarship athletes sign their National Letter Of Intent and make their pledge official.
Signing a National Letter of Intent (NLI) is contract between the college and athlete to hold both accountable to their commitment to each other. The athlete is promising to end the recruiting process with every other school. He now commits to that institution for one year and the college is guaranteeing a one-year scholarship to the athlete. The NLI is intended to limit or end the recruiting pressure but it is not a requirement to earning an athletic scholarship.
Dsoni Ross, Boca Ciega, 2018 RB (5-8/185)
Slightly undersized running back who held a FAMU offer at one point. New staff has not made a commitment to honor offer from previous staff at this point. Three 1,000+ rushing yard seasons at RB. Ends his career with an average of 10 yards per carry. – https://www2.hudl.com/profile/5336207/Dsoni-Ross
Osby Green, Boca Ciega, 2018 QB (5-11/202)
Almost 5,000 yards passing 1,500 rushing as a quarterback – http://www.hudl.com/profile/5119481/Osby-Green
This past weekend we released a new social media account geared directly towards defensive backs, @landsharkstraining. Land Sharks Training focuses on the training and development of defensive backs. Directed by BCP Director, Preston Jackson…This account will highlight some of the instruction and tips provided during Land Shark training sessions. If you want to be updated on training sessions, fill out the following form.
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