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Signing day has arrived

J.P. Murrieta
November 10, 2017 08:42 PM

Wednesday is the first official day of the signing period. Here's a growing list of some of the student-athletes expected to sign their National Letters of Intent.


Albuquerque Baseball Academy

AJ Bregman, Albuquerque Academy, UNM

Gavin Maloney, NMMI, Santa Clara

Jack Murano, Cleveland, UNM

Mitchell Parker, Manzano, Tennessee


Jessa Gegax, track, Wyoming

Cibola High School

Amaya Brown, basketball, Florida State

Josh Harlan, swimming, West Virginia

Sumar Black, softball, Luna Community College

Cleveland High School

Amanda Mayoral, XC/Track, Oklahoma State

Adrianna Castillo, softball, Texas Southern

Eunice High School

Harria Mendoza, basketball, Arizona Western

Highland High School

Natazanya Crespin/Esperanza Crespin, basketball, Hampton University


Tyrin Pacheco, baseball, UNM

La Cueva High School

Annabelle Kubinski, volleyball, Grand Canyon

Jack Pineda, baseball, College of Southern Nevada

Las Cruces High School

Sarah Abney, basketball, Sacramento State

Tristin Lively, baseball, UNM

Rylan Gonzales, softball, NMSU


Zerek Saenz, baseball, Eastern Arizona College

Onate High School

Jayden Perez, basketball, San Diego State

Piedra Vista High School

Chase Silseth, baseball, Tennessee

Rio Rancho High School

Camryn Hawkins, basketball, UT Arlington

Kamirah Decker, basketball, ENMU

Sandia High School

Garrett Tatum, baseball, Texas University of the Permian Basin

Nicole Powers, soccer, University of the Southwest

Sandia Prep

Catherine Kelly, volleyball, New Mexico State

West Las Vegas High School

Robbie Alarcon, baseball, New Mexico Highlands


J.P. Murrieta

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