College Dreams Realized During National Early Signing
Lifelong dreams have been finally realized this week as student-athletes across the nation signed their commitment to their colleges of choice, as part of the National Early Signing Period. Here in Florida, dozens of baseball players across the state seized their moment to sign their commitment in special ceremonies with families, friends and supporters. The signing process can be challenging and arduous, but this week marks that moment when signees finally cross the finish line and finalize their dream of attending college and competing in college athletics.
For many senior baseball players across the Space Coast area, this week marked the moment they crossed the finish line and finalized the college process. Players signed at ceremonies with family, friends, coaches and administrators all throughout the week.
Merritt Island celebrated a trio of signees, as Mason Denaburg signed with the University of Florida, Kyle Dentman with Air Force Academy and Chase Victor with Florida Gulf Coast University. District rival Eau Gallie also enjoyed a pair of signees to major Division I colleges, as Nick Pogue inked with the University of Florida and Carter Stewart signed with Mississippi State University.
Vero Beach also had two signings to major universities, with Hunter Cooley heading to Florida Atlantic University and David Leuthje signing with the University of Florida. Also remaining home in Florida will be Melbourne Central Catholic’s Ryan Coscarella, who signed with Florida A&M University, and Rockledge’s Justin Lorenz, who is heading to Florida Institute of Technology.