Troy Pride, Jr. cannot wait to be back on the campus of Notre Dame.
During National Signing Day, the Greer defensive back signed with the Fighting Irish. He said the school and football program are perfect for him.
Standout Byrnes wide receiver Chavis Dawkins will play his college football in Columbia this fall, signing a national letter of intent with the University of South Carolina last Wednesday.
When it came time for a college decision, Blue Ridge football standout John Patrick landed with the school he knows best.
The senior safety committed to Furman last Wednesday, signing an official letter of intent with the paladins.
Riverside defensive back Jeremiah Bogan will take his talents to the college gridiron next fall, signing a national letter of intent with Elon University on Wednesday.
Greer receiver Dorian Lindsay says he will be a good fit at Wofford College. On Wednesday afternoon, he signed with the college after a successful high school football career with the Yellow Jackets. While he has called Greer High School and Dooley Field home for four years, Lindsay says he has a new home now.
Greer High School quarterback Mario Cusano hopes to soon be throwing touchdown passes to receivers at Presbyterian College’s Bailey Memorial Stadium.
Bailee Seppala is hoping her speed will bring her success at the next level.
The senior Blue Ridge soccer player committed to Newberry College last week, signing a national letter of intent on Wednesday.
Riverside tight end Corey Bridges is planning to walk on at North Greenville, signing a letter of intent with the Crusaders last week.
Bridges said he has visited Tigerville several times, and North Greenville felt like the right fit.
After four years in the Blue Ridge backfield, senior Vonta Jenkins will be taking his talents to Limestone College, signing a national letter of intent with the school last Wednesday.
Jenkins said he is excited to be part of young program.