Dan Albano has updated his list of the commitments for Orange County’s top football recruits for 2015. The updates are through Tuesday night.
The rankings are by Dan Albano.
TOP COMMITTED O.C. PLAYERS
Servite cornerback Maurice Davison, a two-time first-team All-County selection, announced Sunday that he has committed to Northern Arizona.
He posted the announcement on his Twitter account: "Proud to say that I've committed to Northern Arizona University. Thanks to all of those who've supported me through this journey. #gojacks"
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Servite wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown used the same word to describe his recruiting that others have picke
Orange Lutheran senior Keisean Lucier-South has heard the rumors about UCLA coach Jim Mora being interested in a return to the NFL. The UCLA commit also has heard from some of his past college suitors, including one from the Big Ten that has a new coach from the NFL. Yes, the defensive end/outside linebacker has been
SAN ANTONIO – LSU commit Derrius Guice had two long touchdown receptions in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl to help the West beat the East, 39-36, Saturday.
Guice, listed as a running back from Baton Rouge, lined up at the slot and got wide open for a 92-yard score from Servite quarterback Travis Waller for the game&r
Orange Lutheran defensive lineman Keisean Lucier-South announced Saturday that he has committed to UCLA.
The 6-5, 220-pound senior is a four-star rated recruit by ESPN and several other publications. He was on the Register's first-team All-County team in 2013 and listed as one of the top five players in the county by OCVarsity's
A list of the Orange County athletes who signed their National Letter of Intent (or submitted a letter of commitment to an Ivy League school or military academy) during the Fall signing period.
The next signing day for the 2014-15 school year - Feb. 4, 2015. Football, soccer and boys water polo players can sign at that time.
Click through the slideshow to see reader-submitted photos of Orange County athletes signing National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014.
Send us your Signing Day photos: firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the athlete’s name, school, university or college attending, and sport.
Click through the slideshow to see more photos from Orange County Register photographers from Signing Day events throughout Orange County.
This slideshow has been updated to include photos from Canyon, Capistrano Valley and Trabuco Hills. It also includes photos from Aliso Niguel, Beckman, JSerra, Laguna Beach, Mater Dei, Mission Viejo a
Today is the start of the fall period when high school seniors can sign their National Letter of Intent, and OCVarsity is ready for the big day.
We'll have signing news and updates in our OCVarsity blog.
We'll also have several slideshows (on our main site) that will be packed with photos of the athletes as they sign at home with
Cypress senior Quinten Pounds has been secretive so far about his college commitment, but he plans to share the news Wednesday.
“I made my decision already,” he said after a practice this week. “I know where I’m going but I’m going to keep it quiet until (Wednesday).”
Servite swimmer Stephen Marcin of the Irvine Novaquatics has committed to Penn, the swim club announced on Twitter.
Marcin finished second in the 500-yard free last season at the CIF-SS Division 1 finals with a time of 4 minutes, 24.30 seconds. He also took fourth in the 200 free with a swift time of 1 minute, 38.16 seconds.
Daniel Bailey’s college decision, viewed from a football-only perspective, might have seemed puzzling.
The talented JSerra defensive end turned down offers from two schools in powerhouse conferences, UCLA and, Duke, to commit to Yale.
But the 6-foot-3, 254-pound senior owns a perspective that spans beyond the footbal
Servite senior midfielder Oscar Flores has verbally committed to Cal State Fullerton, school officials said on Wednesday.
Flores, a two-year letter winner, helped the Friars advance to the semifinals of the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs last season, scoring three goals to earn the Coaches' Award an an honorable mention on the All Tri