By Johnny Sanders, Sports Editor
TRUSSVILLE – Back in December, many players in our area signed their letters of intent in what was considered the “early” signing period.
Wednesday, February 1 was National Signing Day 2023 and for many high school seniors, it was a day they will never forget. Signing to play at the next level, weather at the Division 1 (D1) level or lower, level is quite the accomplishment. These young athletes have worked hard to get to where they are and make it to the next level in their respective sports and we here at the Trussville Tribune would like to recognize them all.
24 players in the Trussville Tribune area signed such letters on Wednesday and they are recognized below. Congratulations to the athletes, schools, coaches, administration and parents for all of the hard work! Here are the signees.
Center Point: Jeremiah Bishop (St. Mary of the Woods), Ahmonte Summers (St. Mary of the Woods), DeMario Hicks (Manchester University), Jabari Collier (Harding University), Troy Bruce (Princeton University)
Clay Chalkville High School: Pierre White (Lindsey Wilson College), Devin Finley (Northwest University), Arshwan Davis (Faulkner University), Ormond Wallace (Hutchinson Community College)
Hewitt Trussville High School: Braylon Chatman (Alabama), TaRell Seals (Alcorn
Leeds High School: CJ Douglas (Samford University), Christian Simmons (Clarke University in Iowa)
Moody High School: Softball – Alex Harvard (Shelton State), Baseball – Peyton Isbell (Gadsden State), Football – Carson Dillashaw (Southeast Louisiana State), Davion Dozier (University of Arkansas), Caleb Griffin (Huntingdon College), Pete Johnson (Gordon State University), Cole McCarty (Kennesaw State University), Mason Myers (Arkansas State University), Kolby Seymour (UAB).
Pinson Valley High School: Cam Griffin (Jacksonville State University)
Shades Valley High School: Jacob Mahand (Miles College)
Moody High School’s 2023 Signees
(Photo by Johnny Sanders)