Early Signing Period 2018: Guyer Wildcats

Early Signing Period 2018: Guyer Wildcats

Early Signing Period 2018: Guyer Wildcats

Another signing day is in the books for Guyer High School, and once again, a slew of prospects in multiple sports are moving on to the next level. The Wildcats had 17 athletes – including six Division I signees – ready and eager to sign on the dotted line at a special ceremony on Nov. 14, which marked the first day of the early signing period. That list was highlighted by basketball stars De’Vion Hamon and Jalen Wilson, who signed with Oklahoma and Michigan, respectively. Overall, there were six sports represented, including girls and boys basketball, girls soccer, volleyball, golf, softball, and baseball. Of those six sports, girls soccer had the most signees with six, including Taylor Hunter signing with UNT. Below is a list of the 17 Wildcats who participated in the early signing period on Nov. 14.

Volleyball

  • Rachel Tullos, Arkansas State

Girls basketball

  • Callie Boyles, Tarleton State

Boys basketball

  • De’Vion Harmon, Oklahoma
  • Jalen Wilson, Michigan

Golf

  • Amanda Maletich, Bowling Green

Girls soccer

  • Taylor Hunter, North Texas
  • Makenzy Morgan, Wingate
  • Olivia Rimbey, Angelo State
  • Lauren Avila, Houston Baptist
  • Rachel Brandt, Northwestern State
  • Ava Blackney, Minnesota State

Baseball

  • Dylan Parham, Weatherford College
  • Tyler Sampson, Paris Junior College
  • Kyle Gscheidle, Tarleton State

Softball

  • Morgan Medford, Tarleton State
  • Kara DeBruin, Arkansas-Monticello
  • Eva Myers, East Central

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