Photos from Wednesday's Signing Day

John Tyler Signing Day. (Sarah A. Miller | Tyler Morning Telegraph)
Robert E. Lee students signed national letters of intent Wednesday morning at Suddenlink Communications Field House. The signees are (left to right) Blake Korthauer (Howard JC, baseball), Brooke Johnston (Tyler Junior College, soccer), Julia Harrison (St. Edward's, soccer), Alexis Crowder (Richland College, volleyball), Jay Roberson (Sam Houston State, track and field), LaQuintas Wallace (TJC, football), Lumi Kaba (TJC, football) and Ian Chase (TJC, football). (Herb Nygren Jr. | Tyler Morning Telegraph)
Leverett's Chapel's Jessie Harris signed a national letter of intent to play football for Kilgore College on Wednesday. Pictured are (seated from left) father Frank Baker, Jessie, mother Ginger Harris; (standing, from left) coach Matt Everett, grandmother Kate Harris, grandfather JD Harris and grandmother Jane Harris. (Courtesy Photo)
Edgewood’s Micaela Brown (second from right) signed a national letter of intent to go to Sam Houston State for track and field on Wednesday. Joining her were her step-mom Kacheryl Muckelroy-Brown, father Bervin Brown and mother Roslyn Brown. (Courtesy Photo)
Grace Community's Rilee Miller signed to play volleyball at Tyler Junior College on Wednesday. (Shannon Wilson | Tyler Morning Telegraph)
acob Sharff (seated, center) signed a national letter of Edgewood quarterback Jacob Sharff intent to play football for Southeastern Oklahoma on Wednesday with coaches, friends and family. Joining Sharff were head coach Ryan Simmons, athletic director Jay Jameson, assistant coaches Dawain Dover, Kinney Laprade, David Fleming, Bervin Brown, Jason Seale and Blake Fowler. (Courtesy Photo)
Whitehouse High School footballs seniors Brannon Beaton, McKenlee Smith, Hunter Conn, Colby Campbell, Dylan Cantrell, Matt Gipson, Keagan Smith, and Will Thomas signed to play collegate football Wednesday. (Sarah A. Miller/Tyler Morning Telegraph)
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Jacksonville Indians (from left) receiver Darrell Minifee (Tyler Junior College), receiver Dadrian Franklin (Tyler Junior College), tight end Cory Holman (Trinity Valley) and linebacker Bryson Haywood (Trinity Valley) signed national letters of intent to play football at the next level on Wednesday at Jacksonville High School. (Courtesy Photo)
John Tyler's Jesslan Carroll (standing, left) signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball at Richland College on Wednesday. Pictured are (standing, from left) Jesslan, Thunderduck mascot, Richland athletic director Guy Simmons; (seated, from left) mother Lesa Carroll and Richland coach Zelda Smith. (Judith Warnick Highsmith | FocusInOn.Me)
Chapel Hill's Brandon Upshaw (seated, middle), a 6-1, 270-pound center, signed a national letter of intent to play football for Mid-America Nazarene University on Wednesday. Pictured are (seated, from left) grandmother Memaw Meadows, mother Kalinda Meadows, Brandon, father Dolvin Upshaw, sister Breanna Upshaw; (standing, from left) offensive line coach Zac Bryant, stepfather Patrick Lewis, aunt Kim Meadows, head coach Thomas Sitton, defensive line coach Wes Schminkey and principal Jeff Harvey. (Courtesy Photo)
Cayuga signings
Cayuga Wildcats' Chris Hardy (left) signed with Southeast Oklahoma for football and Chantz Holland (right) signed with Vernon College for baseball on Wednesday. Standing behind them is principal Greg Branch. (Courtesy Photo)
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