Arizona High School Recruits On Signing Day: Social Media Announcements and Reactions

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Today is signing day around the nation, but there are an extraordinary amount of local Arizona high school athletes who are signing their NLI today to colleges in Arizona and around the country at varying levels. Take a look at some of their social media posts to stay up to date with their decisions. 

*Note: This will be updated throughout the day as more student-athletes sign

Brock Dieu (Casteel), one of the top OL in the country officially signed to play for Washington State after verbally commiting on May 13.

Andrell Barney (Basha) signed with the University of New Mexico.

A surprise as Quintin Somerville (Saguaro) flips his verbal commitment to Michigan and signs instead with UCLA.


UCF is already breaking down lots of information on their newest quarterback addition Mikey Keene (Chandler). 

*ICYMI Keene was named co-Danny White Quarterback of the Year last night for the NFF senior awards for the Arizona Chapter.

So now it’s only right to show the other QB standout named co-Danny White Quarterback of the Year, Ty Thompson (Mesquite) as he committed to play for the Oregon Ducks.

Oregon went hard on signing top co ’21 Arizona athletes this year. Add defensive lineman Brandon Buckner (Chandler) and all his accolades to the list.

Boise State lands Jalen Richmond (Chandler). He made big plays for the Wolves all season long out of the wide receiever position.

Arizona is loaded with big time QB talent this year, including Will Haskell (Ironwood) who is signing with San Diego State.

Rashon Adams Jr. (Centennial) will be playing ball at Georgetown next year.

Denzel Burke (Saguaro) is heading to THE Ohio State University.

Bram Walden (Saguaro) is also heading to Eugene, Oregon. He was also named the Randall McDaniel Offensive Lineman of the Year Award winner.

Hunter Barth (Queen Creek) is going to play PAC-12 football at Cal.

Caiden Miles (Centennial) stays local, going to NAU.

Seth Smith (Chandler) is also going to NAU. Another top OL prospect heading to the D1 level.

NAU keeps talent in Arizona, including OL Andrew Mason (Perry).

“Money” Myles Taylor (Williams Field) is going to the MidWest at North Dakota St.




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