Student-athletes from five high schools across Round Rock ISD took the next steps towards becoming collegiate athletes by signing letters of intent during National Signing Day on Feb. 7.
National Signing Day, usually the first Wednesday of February, is the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for college sports with a school that is a member of the United States National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
The following student-athletes, including their sport and college commitment, are listed below:
Cedar Ridge High School
Simi Baker, football, University of Missouri,
Jaimon Byers, football, Tarleton University,
Downie Grim, football, East Texas Baptist University,
Tony Richardson, football, Midwestern State University,
Thomas Smith, football, Missouri Baptist University,
Jalen Washington, football, Houston Baptist University,
Natalee Geren, women’s soccer, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and
Miranda Kromer, women’s track, Our Lady of the Lake University.
McNeil High School
Logan Clifton, football, Harvard University,
Will Kohman, football, Oklahoma Baptist University,
Zach Klotz, football, Trinity University,
Eric Hill, football, West Texas A&M University, and
Leo Dugue, football, West Texas A&M University.
Round Rock High School
Katie Leal, women’s soccer, Sam Houston State University,
Brenna Ebbinghaus, women’s soccer, Hardin-Simmons University,
Hanna Banks, women’s soccer, Louisiana Tech University,
Dayjah Whyte, volleyball, University of Dallas,
Jacob Dellipoali, baseball, University of Mary Hardin–Baylor,
Lauren Aleman, softball, McLennan Community College,
Jordan Lippman, men’s basketball, Trinity University,
Mike Bell, football, Texas A&M University-Commerce,
Cooper Osteen, football, Wayland Baptist University,
JaCee Clason, softball, Paris Junior College, and
Brent Hitchcock, football, Texas Lutheran University.
Stony Point High School
Treshon Pickett, football, Montana State University
Westwood High School
Cameron Thomas, football, Boise State University,
Caroline Gillispie, women’s soccer, Houston Baptist University,
Asha Samson, women’s soccer, Ouachita Baptist University,
Claire Gottardi, women’s soccer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
Sarah Frank, women’s soccer, Texas Lutheran University,
Haley Popelka, softball, Boston University,
Ashlyn Carroll, swimming, Boston University,
Sam Caro, swimming, Colorado College,
Jacob Stubbs, swimming, Trinity University,
Staley Varozza, swimming, Oklahoma Christian University,
Cassie Jackson, volleyball, University of Texas at Tyler, and
Lauren Gregorczyk, rowing, University of Texas at Austin.