Many athletes already made their college choices, some were on the fence between programs, but either way, the best high school football players in Southern California put pen to paper on Wednesday, better known as Signing Day.
Spanning from the San Fernando Valley to the deepest corners of Orange County and Riverside, SoCal Prep Legends has stories about the best playmakers in SoCal from the big day. College football fanatics sat on the edge of their seats waiting to find out where the best athletes signed, which brings happiness for some and sadness for others.
Check out the Signing Day recap created from the coverage of the Southern California News Group prep staff.
Below are links to signing day stories of the best talent from each coverage area.
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And the obligatory kids fake signing photo pic.twitter.com/63Xxs4XHsD
— Michelle Gardner (@MGardnerSports) February 1, 2017
San Fernando Valley:
— Evan Barnes (@evan_b) February 1, 2017
QB Niko Harris signing his letter of intent with UC Davis in front of the Duomo in Florence Italy. #bestsigningever @evan_b @latsondheimer pic.twitter.com/NEj51dBqpa — Sierra Canyon FBall (@SierraCanyonFB) February 1, 2017
PV High seniors, from L to R, Jess Lazo (Kentucky-soccer), David Feingold (Cal-water polo) and Shane Irwin (San Diego St.-football) sign. pic.twitter.com/GDPnVI15g4
— Breeze Prep Sports (@breezepreps) February 1, 2017
San Gabriel Valley:
— Fred J. Robledo (@SGVNSports) February 1, 2017
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