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National Signing Day live updates: A running list of South Florida signees

Cardinal Gibbons defensive end, Khris Bogle, makes his decision

During National Signing Day, Feb. 6, 2019, Cardinal Gibbons defensive end, Khris Bogle, made his choice between University of Florida, University of Miami and Alabama. The Chucky doll came out and made it clear where Boyle is headed.
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During National Signing Day, Feb. 6, 2019, Cardinal Gibbons defensive end, Khris Bogle, made his choice between University of Florida, University of Miami and Alabama. The Chucky doll came out and made it clear where Boyle is headed.

2 p.m.: Some more signing news (though not all; this list will be fully updated to the best of our ability by late Wednesday):

Booker T. Washington had seven players sign: Kevin Butler (Tennessee-Martin), Jevon Smith (ASA College), Tavares Bradley (St. Augustine University), Walter Williams (ASA College), Moishe Ferguson (Warner), Travis Pittman (ASA College) and Marcus Barthell. An eighth, Estmane Lucdor, will be a preferred walk-on at FSU.

Palmetto defensive lineman Delvon McIntyre, who recorded 52 tackles and eight sacks as a senior, signed with Division II West Liberty University in West Virginia.

Champagnat’s Daryn “Duke” Jones is heading to West Florida, Donald Georges to Florida Tech and Michael Cartwright to North Carolina Central.

Four players from South Miami will be part of the inaugural team at St. Tomas University: Quarterback Tyler Pena, wide receiver Lewis Oviedo, offensive lineman Nick Rodriguez and linebacker Jayson Contreras.

11:30 a.m.: A majority of South Florida schools have held their signing day ceremonies and have seen their student-athletes sign their letters of intent. Here’s a running list of those who have signed so far today

American Heritage: Dorian Jones – Football – University of Louisville; Gabrie; Khandehrish – Football – Ave Maria University; Beau Johnson- Football – Georgia Southern; Damian Sutton- Football – University of Pikeville; Khiry Stubbs – Football - North Carolina Central University; Ryan Cabarcas – Baseball- University of Florida; Luis Castillo – Baseball – Indian River State College; Taylor Dobles – Women’s Soccer- LSU; Miranda Kopecki – Women’s Soccer – Lynn University; Elizabeth Matei – Women’s Soccer – Columbia University; Sydney Waiters – Women’s Soccer – Cornell University; Sylvie Prepetit – Women’s Soccer – American University; Marlee Fray - Women’s Soccer - UCF; Chloe Laureano – Women’s Soccer – Yale University; Katherine Rodriguez – Softball – Quinnipiac University; Janai Conklin – Softball – Georgia Southern University; Julia Grobman – Softball – Yale University; Amelia Saviskas – Softball – Lynn University; Jordyn Griffith – Softball – Columbia University; Paris Sharpe – Women’s Basketball – Rollins University; Benjamin Grossi – Men’s Soccer – Lafayette University; Kylie Marek – Women’s Lacrosse – Tusculum University; Alena Lindh – Women’s Golf – Washington University; Adamo DiTullio – Men’s Golf – Johnson & Wales University.

West Broward: Malcolm Denbow - Long Island University; Tyler Waxman (K) - Florida; Dominic Tianga - Queens; Khwan Mickens - Gannon University Willie; Webb - St. Thomas University

Miami Country Day: Michael McPherson - soccer - Nova; Tennis - Louis Siegler - Yale.

Fort Lauderdale: David Crawford - St. Thomas University; David McFadden, Eric Hernandez and STanley Robinson, Wheaton College; Markevious Legre and Roy Gillyard, Warner University.

American: Jared Mack - Football - Savannah State

Coral Gables: Gerald Williams - Football - Lincoln University

8:30 a.m.: Cardinal Gibbons defensive end Khris Bogle made his decision and he’s heading to the University of Florida. The Gators picked up the biggest remaining South Florida commitment available and will likely have a top-10 class by the end of the day now.

ORIGINAL POST: It’s the first Wednesday in February and that can only mean one thing: National Signing Day is upon us once again.

Top high school athletes from around the country will be finalizing their decisions on where to go to college and continue their athletic and educational careers.

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The festivities officially begin at 7 a.m., at which point high school seniors can officially lock up their college commitment by faxing in a national letter of intent and get ready for the next stage of their football career.

The Miami Herald will be providing updates throughout the day as dozens of South Florida’s top players sign across the dotted line.

While most of Miami-Dade and Broward’s top prospects have already made their decisions, there are several developments to watch for throughout the day. Most notable among them: Cardinal Gibbons defensive end Khris Bogle deciding between the Florida Gators, Miami Hurricanes and Alabama Crimson Tide as well as a trio of University School players announcing their commitments.

Most South Florida schools are holding their signing ceremonies between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., so expect steady updates throughout the morning and into the early afternoon.

Unless noted otherwise, all rankings on this live blog are based on the 247Sports composite.

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Jordan McPherson covers the Miami Marlins and high school sports for the Miami Herald. He attended the University of Florida and covered the Gators athletic program for five years before joining the Herald staff in December 2017.


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