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Wednesday marks the first day of the National Letter of Intent early signing period for football and gridiron athletes from around the Shore Conference are making their commitments.

Below is a list of local football players who have signed their NLI to compete for either Division 1 or Division 2 schools or have announced a verbal commitment to that school. Division 3 programs do not require an NLI to be signed because they do not offer athletic scholarships and Ivy League schools and the Service Academies also do have commits sign an  NLI. All commits from those schools will also be listed below.

Anyone who would like to report a college signing and/or commitment can send that information to bob.badders@townsquaremedia.com

Division 1

Alex Bauman, TE, Red Bank Catholic - Tulane

Alex Brown, QB, Red Bank Catholic - Bucknell

Jaiden Brown, RB/LB, Southern - Georgetown

Nunes Bukula IV, RB, Donovan Catholic - Wagner

Vince Carpenter, OL, Red Bank Catholic - Purdue

Rajahn Cooper, RB/LB, Red Bank Catholic - Merrimack

Cian Curylo, LB, Red Bank - Marshall

Jake Davis, DB, Wall - University of Pennsylvania

Connor Farrell, LB, Donovan Catholic - Monmouth

Colin Kennedy, ATH, Rumson-Fair Haven - Villanova

Jack Latore, DE, Middletown South - Army

John Lista, LB, Rumson-Fair Haven - University of Pennsylvania

Taz McNair, OL, Donovan Catholic - Old Dominion

Tyler Ochojski, LB, Freehold - Lehigh

Pete Pezzullo, RB, St. John Vianney - St. Thomas

Charlie Sasso, LB, Wall - Monmouth

Christian Smith, OL, Rumson-Fair Haven - Merrimack

Jason Trotta, OL, Raritan - New Hampshire

Nick Vecchiarelli, WR, Howell - Marist

Dan Volpe, OL, Colts Neck - Towson

Levi Wilkins, DE, Donovan Catholic - Bryant

 

Division 2

Adam Conklin, OL, Middletown North - Kutztown

Donovan Drew, OL/DL, Southern - Kutztown

Nico Ippolito, OL/DL, Donovan Catholic - East Stroudsburg

Quamire Green, LB, Donovan Catholic (Class of 2021) - Bloomsburg

Sean Hurley, K/P, Central - St. Anselm

Eric Ibe, DL, Jackson Memorial - New Haven

Ryan McPherson, DE, Red Bank Catholic - Assumption

Andrew Roginski, LS, Manalapan - New Haven

Thomas Sardo, LB, Holmdel - Bloomsburg

DJ Thomson, WR, Keyport - East Stroudsburg

Jake Williamson, OL/DL, Middletown South - East Stroudsburg

Paul Wojciechowski, WR, Manalapan - Bloomsburg

 

Division 3

Nick Atchison, DE/LB, Ocean - Kean University

Anthony Bonanno, LB, Colts Neck - Franklin & Marshall

Alex Cady, DB, Rumson-Fair Haven - Trinity

Corbett Cimini, DB, Red Bank Catholic - Springfield College

George Clough, OL, Rumson-Fair Haven - Middlebury

Brian Doherty, DB, Rumson-Fair Haven - Johns Hopkins

Jonathan Johnson, DL, Freehold - Montclair State

Ryan McKay, LB, Rumson-Fair Haven - Middlebury

Aiden Moriarty, DL, Rumson-Fair Haven - Washington & Lee

Charles Pearson, OL, Rumson-Fair Haven - Johns Hopkins

Mysun Rush-Edsaile, DB, Donovan Catholic - Clarke University

Geoff Schroeder, RB, Rumson-Fair Haven - Johns Hopkins

Jared Schworn, LB, Barnegat - Kean University

Connor Wanagiel, LB/TE, Red Bank Catholic - Springfield College

Justin Worobel, K, Rumson-Fair Haven - Dickinson College

 

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