Update on HS football signees for Wednesday February 2

Here is what we are learning and seeing today….
*****We have just learned this morning that Airyn Willis will not be signing with Georgia Tech tomorrow, but he will sign with the Wake Forest Demon Deacons instead….The Northern Guilford, High Point Central and Oak Ridge Military Academy players will conduct their signings downtown at the Carolina Theater…..Michael Fields Jr. will be signing with Lenoir-Rhyne University at SEGHS at 4:00pm tomorrow(Wednesday). Peter Fields at Bishop McGuinness is signing with Findley University (Ohio)….*****

List of signees and if you have more names to add to the list then send those to andy@greensborosports.com…….

Eric Ebron-Smith with The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jeff Sims-Smith with Fayetteville State
(Signings set for Wednesday morning at 11am at Smith HS)

Airyn Willis-Southwest Guilford with Wake Forest(Signing at 12:30 at SWG)
Jonathan White-High Point Central with East Carolina

Maurice Harris-Northern Guilford-California
Rocco Scarfone-Northern Guilford-East Carolina

Michael Fields Jr.-Southeast Guilford-Lenoir-Rhyne University

Oak Ridge Military Academy Football Signees

Demetrius Cherry – Washington State University
Jermaine Clark – University of Colorado
Kenzel Doe – University of Wisconsin
Tyran Finley – Grambling State University
William Foxx – East Carolina University
Carlos Gray – North Carolina State University
Rashad Hall – University of Colorado
Demetrius Johnson – New Mexico Highlands University
Brandon King – Marshall University
Nigel King- University of Maryland
Chris McCain – University of California
Lamar McKnight – Itawamba Community College
J.R. Peterson – Elizabeth City State University
Antoine Pozniak – University of South Florida
Tony Rustin – Contra Costa College
Bradley Taylor – Gardner-Webb University
Josh Varble – Kentucky State University
Eric Young – Hinds Community College

Other area signees:

Nick Myles: Eastern Alamance—-To Ball State
Jared Barber: Davie County—-To West Virginia
Tyler Alberts: Forsyth Country Day—-To North Carolina