List of the Orange County athletes who signed their letters of intent Wednesday.
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Dom Abbadessa, Huntington Beach, Long Beach State
James Acuna, Cypress, Ore
Check out a slideshow of photos of Orange County high school students signing National Letters of Intent on Wednesday.
We have dozens of photos from signing events across the county, as well as reader-submitted photos.
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SANTA ANA – One called herself “super nervous” but also “super happy.”
Another said she saw her hand trembling even though she was doing the most routine of things – writing her name.
A third said he felt himself shaking as he walked into the school’s gym, something he had done hundreds o
Today will be an important and memorable day for many of the county's high school athletes, and OC Varsity is here to help you keep track of it.
Dozens of county athletes will sign a scholarship offer - officially known as a National Letter of Intent - on the first day of the fall signing period. The period
OCVarsity's list of the signed and committed softball players in Orange County.
The list was compiled using various sources, including information provided by coaches on our preview surveys, information provided by the athletes and their families, and recruiting sources.
If we're missing a player, send the player's information to
The Register's Dan Albano continues to update his list of Orange County's top football recruits for the Class of 2016.
In late August, OCVarsity will reveal its annual O.C. Hot 150 list -- which ranks the top players in the county based on-field performance and expectations and not soley on recruiting. The
This past May, the Register's Dan Albano updated his rankings of the top football recruits for the Class of 2016 in Orange County. The list is shown below.
OCVarsity will reveal its Hot 150 - a list of the top 150 players in the county - shortly before the 2015 season kicks off in late August.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO – He played linebacker on a Pop Warner team that featured two quarterbacks who would gain notoriety well before him. He picked a high school football program that went 0-10 the season before his arrival. And as a 6-foot, 170-pound freshman with aspirations to play quarterback, his resume included no game e
Check out OCVarsity’s photos from the Spring Signing Day ceremonies that took place at county schools on Wednesday, April 15, 2015. This slide show includes photos from Mater Dei, Sonora and Trabuco Hills, and it will be updated later with photos from events at other schools.
Orange County’s high school athletes who signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday. The list includes athletes who signed a mutual agreement of commitment with an Ivy League school or service academy.
**UPDATED FRIDAY, APRIL 17**
The email from Sonora stated, “We are having a little signing for our athletes … ”
It turned out to be a big party.
“We had our band there, our cheerleaders and ‘The Jungle,’ ” said Sonora basketball player Christian Rhodes. “It was great.”
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA – Santa Margarita Catholic High School quarterback KJ Costello called it an opportunity too good to pass on. So last week before teammates, friends and family, Orange County’s top class of 2016 recruit committed to Stanford, picking the Cardinal over USC and Michigan. Costello placed hats from eac
Many of Orange County’s top high school football recruits in the class of 2016 are expected to participate Sunday in the Nike Football Opening Regional at Redondo High in Redondo Beach.
The half-day event, formerly known as the Nike Football Training Camp, offers position-specific training along with drills and one-on-one competiti
National Signing Day came and left Wednesday for Orange County football, but the college recruiting process continues at powerhouses such as Mater Dei and small-school contenders like Capistrano Valley Christian.
Case in point: Ben Sukut.
OCVarsity’s first list of the Top 16 recruits to watch in the class of 2016 inc
Click through the slideshow to see reader-submitted photos of Orange County athletes signing National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2015. Send us your Signing Day photos to email@example.com. (Include the athlete’s name, sport, high school and university or college attending.)
Click through the slideshow to see more photos from the Signing Day events at Buena Park, Foothill, Huntington Beach, Mater Dei, Newport Harbor and San Clemente and Santa Margarita on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015.
The school gym was packed. The lights were dimmed. And three college hats sat on the table in front of Jaylinn Hawkins.
The time had finally arrived Wednesday afternoon for Buena Park’s record-setting wide receiver/defensive back to announce his college decision to a crowd ready to erupt.
Hawkins then thanked his sup
Click through the slideshow to see more of the Register’s photos from the Signing Day events at Aliso Niguel, Capistrano Valley, Dana Hills, El Toro, JSerra, Laguna Hills Mission Viejo and Tesoro on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO – A statue of the Virgin Mary stands watch outside a high school sports cathedral full of students on what amounts to Christmas for college football fans.
Signing Day scenes across the country feature prospects revealing their college decisions in front of fans who gather en masse to witness the pageantry of the
Orange County athletes who officially signed their National Letters of Intent (or a commitment letter with a military academy or Ivy League school) on Wednesday. Football, boys soccer, girls soccer and boys water polo are the only sports that can officially sign during this period.
• Nico Ament, Servit
OCVarsity's Dan Albano has put together a list of the college commitments - and potential destinations - for the top players in the county.
Orange County’s top football recruits for 2015 / Rankings by Dan Albano
TOP COMMITTED O.C. PLAYERS