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Watch news and features from MSG Varsity with the latest on tri-state area college recruiting and check our commitments lists to see where athletes in your area will be playing college sports.
MSG Varsity's high school experts Mike Quick and Jimmy Cavallo fill you in on where the top football stars will be attending college next Fall. Find out which local standouts you'll see on the college gridiron for years to come.
St. Peter's will send two players to college as Willie Dale signed his National Letter of Intent to play at Wagner College and lineman Sean Kennedy will head to the University of Albany.
Cardinal Hayes senior offensive lineman Jaelen Vazquez is all smiles as he signed a National Letter of Intent Wednesday afternoon to play at Stony Brook in the fall.
Grand Street Campus lineman Kamaal Seymour signed his National Letter of Intent Wednesday afternoon to Rutgers and joined fellow college signees Jacob Jones and Abdul Ajelero.
The Ironmen had 11 football players sign National Letters of Intent on Wednesday and 14 other student-athletes joined the festivities with their future college plans.
Rose, who was named All-Metro second team by MSG Varsity, had 72 tackles, including seven for losses, while totaling 65 pancakes on the offensive line. He was recruited to play on both sides of the ball, but Towson wants him to play center.
Longwood running back Isaiah White signed a national letter of intent to attend Stony Brook beginning next fall, the university announced Wednesday. He will become the latest Hansen Award winner to play for the Seawolves.
Sean McKean, a Newsday first-team All-Long Island defensive back for Connetquot; Kevin Bragaglia, a Newsday second-team All-Long Island running back for Sachem North, and Connor Farrell, a Newsday second-team All-Long Island linebacker for Sachem East, were among seven players who signed national letters of intent Wednesday to play for head coach Bryan Collins.
Chapelle Cook inked with Temple and Datrell Reed signed with Villanova but the Piner pair were lauded for their exemplary work ethic in a moving ceremony at Lakewood
As snow continues to pound Long Island, Niccola Venezia's decision to sign her letter of intent to play soccer at the University of Miami looks smarter by the day.
Missry was California dreaming after Sachem North completed an unbeaten fall season capped by the school's first Long Island and state titles. He was a Newsday All-Long Island first-team selection with 305 kills.
Spillane, who had 50 goals and 26 assists last season, made his commitment official in the fall when he signed his letter of intent to play lacrosse at Penn State.
Jordan Agustus was drawing looks from schools from Louisville to South Carolina, but ultimately, the allure of playing close to home at St. John's was too strong.
The Princeton-bound senior is a three-time Suffolk runner- up who finished third as an eighth-grader. But for all the noise he has made on the mat, he is just as reserved and focused off it.
Brandon Wimbush (Notre Dame), Minkah Fitzpatrick (Alabama), Jordan Fox (Stanford), Corey Caddle (Fordham)and Dave Tolentino (Navy) were among eight Marauders to sign National Letters of Intent Tuesday in Jersey City.
On a special National Signing Day edition of "Quick Hits," Mike Quick and Jimmy Cavallo update you on where our area's All-Metro football players will be attending college and discuss some local recruiting classes.
The Longwood senior officially signed to play baseball at Stony Brook last week, instead of signing with Louisville, which has appeared in the NCAA Tournament six times in the last seven years.
Sidney Gopre said he felt the slightest twinge of doubt as the Rutgers de-commit list began climbing toward double digits, though he assured that the temptation to follow was never strong.
The homegrown talent means that the Pride has one of the strongest recruiting classes in recent memory, something that hasn't escaped their future coach's notice.
Conor Hughes, Ryan Bell and Nick Franzese will have an opportunity to play on scholarship one day, but the former Ridge standouts will have to prove themselves first as preferred walk-ons at their three Football Championship Subdivision programs.
Manalapan’s Saeed Blacknall headlined National Signing Day in New Jersey by making it official with Penn State, just days after nixing his verbal commitment to Rutgers.
David Njoku, the talented wide receiver from Cedar Grove, signed his National Letter of Intent with the Hurricanes Wednesday morning at home while New Jersey's weather was doing its best rendition of being South Beach's polemic opposite.