7 more student-athletes sign to play on the collegiate level
On Thursday, April 25, 2019, an additional seven student-athletes for three sports signed to continue their athletic career at the collegiate level. These young men and women collectively earned up to $800,000 in scholarship money!
This also totals 18 student-athletes representing six sports from the Class of 2019. The first signing occurred on National Signing Day, Wednesday, February 6, 2019, with 11 student-athletes and five sports. We are currently working on the complete total for all athletic scholarship earnings and will have an update soon at collegiate level.
- Jazmine Alderman, United States Prep school Academy West Point – Jazmine is also the first female from Admiral Farragut Academy to receive an athletic scholarship and nomination to this prep school academy!
- Faith Nelms, Carson-Newman University
- Kashish Cordova, Carson-Newman University
- Nick Manhertz, King’s College
- Peyton Smrekar, Ave Maria University
- KJ Reynolds, King’s collegiate level
- Winston Dessesow, Basketball, Missouri Southern State University
Certain individuals envision the thunder of a group at a stuffed football arena when they consider school sports, however that is just important for the story. School sports arrive in a wide assortment, including bowling, golf, wrestling, tennis, swimming, and even Frisbee. Furthermore, universities offer the chance for each understudy to participate in sports — in addition to the world class understudy competitors you see on TV.
Here are the central things you really want to be aware of school sports
Through different games affiliations, numerous schools offer understudies the opportunity to play cutthroat games at the varsity level.
Some varsity competitors are qualified for sports grants through their universities.
Varsity competitors should meet scholastic prerequisites to win and keep sports grants.
Each understudy has a chance to play sports — on account of clubs and intramural associations.
All school competitors need solid time-usage abilities to offset classes and schoolwork with practices and games.
We can’t wait to see what you do in the future! These young men and women collectively earned up to $800,000 in scholarship money! #FarragutProud