COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - The early signing period got off to a roaring start in Columbus and Phenix City on Tuesday and Wednesday, with 10 athlete signing college scholarship offers over the two days.
On Tuesday, three Glenwood Gators put pen to paper, with Trevor Horne signing with Auburn baseball, Trent Edwards with Southern Union baseball, and Mae Durham accepting a softball scholarship from CVCC.
At Shaw, softball star Nylah Snead signed with Lane College.
On Wednesday, two Central Red Devils signed Division One baseball scholarships, with Tyler Haines heading to Mississippi State and Will Cannon to Georgia State.
At Brookstone, Bo Blanchard signed to play golf at Mississippi State, Trey Sanders signed with Samford baseball, and Margaret Middleton accepted a soccer scholarship from Georgia.
And there was one non-high school signing. Army Staff Sergeant Jonathan Shuskey made his post-retirement plans known, as the 38-year old Shuskey signed to play golf at Christian Brothers University in Memphis starting next fall after his retirement becomes official. Shuskey’s resume includes five tours overseas and a season as a member of the All-Army golf team.