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28 Klein Collins Student-Athletes Participate in 2020 National Signing Day

28 Klein Collins Student-Athletes Participate in 2020 National Signing Day

In Klein ISD, National Signing Day is one filled with cheering, clapping, high-fives, and celebration cupcakes. 

Today, 28 Klein Collins student-athletes signed a letter of intent to the college of their choice, many with high-dollar scholarships attached.

“We are so incredibly proud of and impressed by our student-athletes and their performance both in the classroom and in their respective sports,” Klein ISD Superintendent Dr. Jenny McGown said. “Thanks to our committed coaches and teachers, we know that our students have a solid academic foundation and will be successful.”

This day was a culmination of four years’ hard work being recognized, respected, and celebrated.

2020 Klein Collins High School Signing Day

“Signing day is a big step in my journey and it means a lot that my family and friends could be here to support me,” East Texas Baptist University soccer commit Kayla Jacoby said. “I am really excited for what the future has in store for me. Playing for Klein Collins has really helped me a lot. Wins, losses, and working as a team together has helped me prepare for college as a whole.” 

It’s an emotional day for students, teams, and families. But one filled with great pride for our incredible coaches who watched it all unfold season after season.

“I am really excited for these kids to have the opportunity to celebrate all that they have earned,” Athletic Coordinator and Head Football Coach Adrian Mitchell said. “They have really worked for this and the things they have to accomplish to get here today are numerous. Some of these kids have been working toward this day since they were five years old.” 

Help us congratulate our outstanding Klein Collins student-athletes!

Jacob Evangelista | Stephen F. Austin State University | Baseball

Ryan Jacobs | Tarleton State | Baseball

Elijah Comeaux | Alvin Community College | Baseball

Seth Trevino | Alvin Community College | Baseball

Logan Lopez | Texas Lutheran University | Baseball

AJ Townsend | Trinity University | Football

Braelon Bridges | Tarleton State | Football

Blake Okoye | University of Houston | Football

Trent Wildridge | University of Houston | Football

Zechariah Ivery | Southern Arkansas | Football

Robert Wilfong | Bethel College | Football

Deandre Rucker | Texas Wesleyan | Football

Reese Beenett | Bethel College | Football

Patrick Campbell | U.S. Navy |Football

Riley Keck | University of St. Thomas | Soccer

Isabella Anzziani | University of St. Thomas | Soccer

Kayla Jacoby | East Texas Baptist University

Mia Cantu | University of Louisiana Lafayette | Softball

Cherie Green | Coffeyville College | Softball

Gracie Hull | Oklahoma Wesleyan University | Softball

Carley McGuff | University of Louisiana Monroe | Softball

Kaylin Goudeau | North Central Texas College | Volleyball

Emma McWhorter |University of Louisiana Monroe | Volleyball

Erin Wyatt | Georgia State University | Volleyball

Bailey Hufschmidt | Dakota College at Bottineau | Volleyball

Deandre Rucker | Texas Wesleyan | Wrestling

Joseph Triste | United States Army | Wrestling

Johnlii Renfrow | United States Army | Wrestling

Justin Diaz | United States Marine Corps | Wrestling


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Klein ISD has an established 84-year history of excellence and innovation in education with unique pathways for EVERY student in our care to ensure learners are college, career, military, and life ready. With recognition for STEM, athletics, fine arts, and academics from highly-esteemed organizations, it is clear that Our Shared Vision of every student entering with a promise and exiting with a purpose is a reality for EVERY student who walks through our doors.

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Klein ISD is a school district in Klein, Texas, located in northwestern Harris County. The district spans approximately 88 square miles and serves more than 53,000 students in 33 elementary schools, 10 intermediate campuses, one high school program of choice, and 5 high schools.

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