Fifteen Aldine ISD student-athletes signed national letters of intent during National Signing Day ceremonies at their respective schools on Wednesday, Feb. 1.
Davis High School led the way with eight signings. The school had four football players, two baseball players, a volleyball player and a track athlete earn scholarships. The football players who signed were: quarterback Kameron Pryor, who signed with Houston Baptist University, linebacker Detrick Bell, who signed with Lamar University, linebacker Bruce Bivens, who signed with the University of East Carolina and defensive back Konterius Walker, who signed with Texas Southern University. Baseball players who signed were: short stop Victor Cruz, who signed with Texas Southern University and catcher Fabian Chapa, who signed with West Point Academy. Volleyball player Amara Martinez signed with St. Mary’s of San Antonio and track athlete Shauntezz Austin signed with the Air Force Academy.
Eisenhower High School had five football players sign national letters of intent. Defensive back George Nyakwol signed with Rice University, defensive back Adrian Frye signed with Texas Tech University, athlete Jaelon Darden signed with the University of North Texas, linebacker Cameron Lawrence signed with Southwestern University and linebacker Terrence Oliver signed with Navarro College.
MacArthur High School had two football players sign national letters of intent. Tight end D’Angelo Braxton signed with Northwestern Oklahoma and defensive back Brandon Cowart signed with Chadron State.
Pictured are: MacArthur High School student-athletes D’Angelo Braxton, second from left, and Brandon Cowart, seated next to Braxton, signed national letters of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 1 to continue their academic and athletic careers in college. Pictured with the two are Braxton’s mother La’Swaul Dicken, and Cowart’s brother Keishawn Cowart. Back row, (l-r): MacArthur High School head football coach Andy Garza, MacArthur High School principal Dr. Craig Mullenix, Director of Athletic Services Sandra Mader and Director of Athletics Richard Delgado.