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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

It’s National Signing Day! High school football players around the country have big decisions to make. College coaches are waiting on the edge of their seats for them to announce those decisions.

We will be all over Fever Country bringing you the must-see coverage of national signing day.

Some notable signees include Lanier quarterback James Foster and Park Crossing quarterback and defensive back Cam Taylor. 

At 4:30 p.m. we will celebrate with the signees and their families at the 21st Annual Fever Signing Day Party. The party is set to happen right here at WSFA 12 News with the return of the Hardee's Thickburger!

Send us your signing day pics using the hashtag #Fever12 or email them to Sports@wsfa.com. You can also notify us of a local signing at the same email address.

SIGNEES SO FAR

Alabama Christian Academy

  • Ty Tavaras to Faulkner
  • David Coulter to Faulkner

Andalusia High School

  • BJ Anderson to Vanderbilt
  • Ethan Wilson to South Alabama for baseball

Autauga Academy

  • Trace Ott to Hutchinson Community College
  • Jonathan Flowers to Independence Community College
  • Khalid Young to Faulkner 

Carver High School

  • Jackquis Murphy to Alabama State 
  • Isaiah Forte to UAB
  • Jatorian Fuller-Jones to Northeast Mississippi Community College
  • Tyreek McCall to Arkansas Baptist Junior College
  • Chris Carger to Livigstone College
  • Taariq Williams to Arkansas Baptist Junior College
  • Jaylin Grant to Jefferson Prep
  • LaMario Wilson to Jefferson Prep
  • Justin Lewis to Goode Elite Prep

Charles Henderson High School

  • Jacob Griffin to Huntingdon College
  • Jordan Dix-Hudson to Huntingdon College
  • Jared Wilson to South Alabama
  • Tobias Dillard to Union College
  • Kendarius Robinson to Delta State

Fort Dale Academy

  • Trevor Langford to Faulkner 

Goshen High School

  • Damion Passmore to Alabama A&M

Jeff Davis High School

  • Juquan Williams to Alabama State
  • Jacqui Graham to Alabama State 

Lee High School

  • Kevontae' Ruggs to Ole Miss
  • JaKorey Hawkins to Ole Miss
  • David Arrington IV to Jackson State
  • Cameron Hill to Jacksonville State
  • Edward Johnson to Northeast Mississippi Junior College
  • Aaron Reynolds to Independence College
  • Christopher Ware to Independence College

Montgomery Academy

  • Keefe White to The Citadel

Northview High School

  • AJ Pierce to Troy

Park Crossing High School

  • Cam Taylor to Nebraska
  • Tank Jenkins to Texas A&M
  • Doron Mitchell to Jacksonville State
  • Jaquan Johnson to Alabama State
  • Josh Fanning to Alabama State
  • Joseph Jemison to Tuskegee
  • Jia Langford to Itawamba Community College
  • Romello Tarver to Jacksonville State University

Prattville High School

  • Brandon Jackson to Gulf Coast Preps Sports Academy
  • Jordan Harrison to Johnson C. Smith College
  • Tray Pettway to Hutchingson Community College
  • Eddie Brown IV to Faulkner University
  • Jaren Fields to South Alabama

Rehobeth High School

  • Brady Herring to Huntingdon College

Russell County High School

  • Kewan Feagins to Faulkner 

Sidney Lanier High School

  • James Foster to Texas A&M
  • La'Dedric Jackson to Tulane
  • Alfred Thomas to Tulane
  • Glenn Adams to Murray State
  • Malcolm Davis to Faulkner

Stanhope Elmore High School

  • KJ Stokes to Purdue
  • Ke'Lontae Varner to Faulkner
  • Jake Andrews to Troy
  • Dylan Armstrong to Faulkner 

Wetumpka High School

  • Kavosiey Smoke to Kentucky
  • Nick Angus to Faulkner 
  • Trey McCreary to Faulkner 
  • Chase Adams to Faulkner 

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