Ohio Football

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Signing Day: GCL North

By Dan Clasgens | Managing Editor

Ricky Davis was one of several Fenwick Falcons to formally announce their college decisions this past week.




Signing Day came and went on Wednesday and over 200 players from the TSF coverage area announced their college decisions.

The GCL North offered up his share of next-level talent with several players getting the opportunity to continue their football careers at the collegiate level.

Alter boasted a pair of BCS players with quarterback Malik Zaire (6’0/196) heading to Notre Dame while teammate, tight end Greg Hart (6’5/225) opted for Nebraska.

Chaminade-Julienne linebacker Darrien Howard (6’2/250), a four-year starter, signed with West Virginia. Fellow Eagle linebackers Brandon Payne (5’9/215) and Ja’mel Sanders (6’0/197) committed to Lindsey Wilson and the Air Force respectively.

Fenwick made a splash with a trio of seniors signing their letters of intent, including quarterback Ricky Davis (6’2/195) deciding on Youngstown State. His teammates, wide receiver Leo Haenni (6’3/220) and offensive lineman Ian Gearhart (6’2/265) went with Yale and Georgetown College.

Carroll is sending a pair of its seniors on to Tiffin with both QB/DE Forrest Cordova (6’2/215) and OL/DL Dialon Pentheny (6’2/245) remaining teammates into the future

There are plenty more players that have made decisions or weighing their options. Stay tuned to TriStateFootball.com for all the latest news and follow us on Twitter @TSFootball for year-round updates.

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