Excessive College Soccer: Blue Satan soccer seniors make targets on the official highschool ceremony

“It was an honor to play with Joe and Stewart, and an even bigger honor to sit next to them and celebrate our respective futures,” Harrison said after the event on Tuesday. “I’m excited to see what we can all achieve in the next phase of our lives.”

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When it comes to his immediate future, Riley Harrison was absolutely certain that two of these …

Jones announced his decision to join Harrison at the Apprentice School on March 25th. The 6-foot-1,240-pound offensive lineman was a Northwestern District second-class award winner.

Jones expressed his high spirits at the ceremony, citing it as a long-awaited turning point in his life.

“It felt great to sit next to my brothers and make our college goals official,” he said. “I’ve waited since middle school that day and it’s amazing to be able to sign with two great teammates by my side and play with Riley for the next four years as well. I’m really blessed.”

Holland announced last November that it had accepted Virginia’s PWO offer. The 6-foot-4,222-pounder played a variety of positions during his time with the Blue Devils, including wide receiver, tight end, defensive end, linebacker, safety, kicker, and punter. According to Holland, UVA is expected to try him on an outside linebacker when he arrives on campus in August.

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Holland was an all-region second team pick Honored as a punter this year and also in this position as an All District First Team Award. He was also an all-district tight end of the second team.

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