Ponte Vedra had four football players and three soccer players sign scholarship offers.
Cakes for everyone at Ponte Vedra High School for national signing day.
Trinity Christian defensive back Nick Washington getting ready to sign his national letter of intent with the University of Florida.
Bobby Mitchell headlines a class of 4 student athletes signing at St. Augustine.
Ahmad Fulwood, Eric Blackmon and Hunter Parry get ready to sign their national letters of intent at Bishop Kenny.
Nease football players Lucas Crowley, Ulysses Bryant, Zac Furlough, Adrian Gilbert, Eric Bach and Tristan Cotton sign national letters of intent.
Nease high school ready to host national signing day.
Jasper Sasser of Wolfson signed with South Carolina.
Seven students at Wolfson signed national letters of intent. Jasper Sasser is headed to South Carolina to play for the ol' ball coach.
Kingsley Opara brought a Georgia Tech hat to his signing but stayed with his original choice the Fighting Terps of Maryland.
11 Mandarin Mustangs signed national letters of intent.
Orange Park student Lakia Bright signed a national letter of intent with Auburn.
Arterrious Mitchell gets a hug at Bolles signing day.
Six student athletes sign national letters of intent at the Bolles school.
Sandalwood high school had five students sign national letters of intent while three students are already enrolled in college.
Eight students signed national letters of intent at Providence.
Eleven Raines Vikings sign letters of intent Wednesday morning.
Daniel McMillian, already enrolled at Florida, comes back to First Coast to celebrate signing day.
It wasn't all about football on signing day. First Coast had six girls sign softball scholarships.
University Christian has 3 signees this morning, highlighted by Marquis Haynes to UNC.
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