APS student athletes sign with Marshall, St. Johns and others during National Signing Day

Atlanta Public Schools honored its senior scholar athletes during National Signing Day on Wednesday, February 5, 2014 in the auditorium of D.M. Therrell High School.

APS high school scholar-athletes representing various sports signed official letters of intent to accept athletic scholarships from colleges and universities across the country. Hosted by the APS Department of Athletics, school athletic directors, head coaches, family members, classmates and teammates were on hand for the ceremony.

The following student athletes made their announcements earlier today:

B.E.S.T. Academy- Coach Joshua Moore
Christopher Seaborn
Western Carolina
Football

New Schools at Carver- Coach Darren Myles
Quentis Bentley
Huntingdon College
Football

Tevish Clark Jr.
Georgia State University
Football

Julian Colvard
Clark Atlanta
Football

Edward Curney III
Georgia State University
Football

Jamar Fordham Jr.
Huntingdon College
Football

Joseph Mosley
Huntingdon College
Football

Henry W. Grady High School – Interim Coach Lee Hannah
Nyla Woods
St. John’s University
Track

Douglass High School-Coach Rodney Cofield
Virgil Beshea
Paine College
Football

Maynard Jackson High School – Coach Eric Williams
Jaquan Swain
Fort Valley State University
Football

Benjamin E. Mays High School – Coach Corey Jarvis
Jerome Smith
Georgia State University
Football

Idris Payne
North Ga. Prep or Georgia Prep
Football

Booker T. Washington High School- Coach Rodney Hackney
Antavis Rowe
Marshall University
Football

Demarco Davis
University of Alabama
Football

Martez Thompkins
Tusculum College
Football

Members of sports and news media outlets were invited to cover this event.

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