Stars lock in future with National Signing Day

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David Barnes DAVID BARNES AJC

Highly touted tight end Leonard Taylor included United Kingdom on his list of four finalists and will announce a decision Wednesday, but the Cats have already signed two other talented tight ends for next season and Taylor is no longer an option at that position. Tyner and Davenport were selected to the All-County Offense, while Menchaca was selected to the All-County defense.

Quarterback Garrel Quainton (6-2, 205) from West Laurens signed with Fort Valley State.

A pair of Jonesboro Cardinals signed to continue their football careers.

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(87) SMU: The Mustangs signed a pair of offensive linemen from Navarro College, three-star Levon Livingston and two-star Nick Dennis, along with three-star linebacker Trevor Denbow.

A trio of student-athletes from Chagrin Falls signed National Letters of Intent on February 7. The All-State running back signed with Southeast Missouri State after rushing for almost 2,000 yards and 30 touchdowns as a senior. Myles Best chose Tuskegee University, Solomon Lightfoot will play at Reinhardt and Lawrence Terrel signed with LaGrange College. Love was a senior in 2017 and Allen and Jones will both be seniors next season.

This comes a year after the Bulldogs signed the No. 3 class in the country. After a short stint with Mississippi State, Fountain is heading back to Georgia for an on-field assistant job. That makes it tough to get the word out about players who have signed with the program. Anderson was an All-County and All-State selection.

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