Some of the top high school football players from schools all over Southwest Riverside County have begun the next step in their journey of playing sports at the next level. Signing Day ceremonies, under what is noted as the early period, were held Wednesday, Dec. 15, which was the first day that a high school senior who played football can sign a binding National Letter of Intent with an NCAA school. These players are committing in writing to attend that school in exchange for a commitment to receive financial aid or a scholarship. The National Letter of Intent is a contract with the school, not the coach. If the coach leaves the university, the athlete is still under contract with that school. Four names that were synonymous with this past season’s accolades included Brandon Rose
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