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Local high school talent sign on National Signing Day

Local high school talent sign on National Signing Day


Wednesday was National Signing Day for high school football players as players across the nation can sign their Letters of Intent to continue their playing careers.

Six players in Sumner County signed on to continue their football careers at the next level.

White House offensive tackle announced this morning that he would be playing at MTSU, picking the Blue Raiders over Western Kentucky.

A pair of Sumner County linebackers will be remaining in Tennessee as Gallatin’s Jalen Porter signed to play at East Tennessee State, while Hendersonville’s Anthony Hughes with play at the University of Tennessee at Martin.


Devin Thompson from Station Camp announced that he will be heading to Clarksville to play tight end for Austin Peay.

Talented Beech running back Kaemon Dunlap inked with the Tennessee State Tigers Wednesday night. Dunlap rushed for 2,474 yards and scored 34 touchdowns for the Bucs this past season.

Beech’s Jordan Adams will be taking his talents to Williamsburg, Kentucky to play for the University of the Cumberlands. He’ll be joined there by his Buccaneer teammate Heath Crabtree, son of Beech head coach Anthony Crabtree, who will play both football and lacrosse for the Patriots.

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