Buccaneers ink 38 players on National Signing Day

The Blinn College football team received 38 National Letters of Intent on National Signing Day on Wednesday.

"I am really excited about the number that we signed because we met every need that we had with this signing class and we have room for improvement later," said head coach Ryan Mahon. "We were very specific about what we needed and we executed that task perfectly. We added depth across the board."

The list of offensive signees are: Jaiden Howard (QB – Crosby), Darren Battle (RB – Magnolia), Michael Gibson (OL – Friendswood), Ethan Hagler (OL – Barbers Hill), Allen Leiato (OL – Clear Lake), Xavier Luehr (OL – Morton Ranch), Stanley Mark (OL – Steele), Juan Quezada (OL – Austin), J'onre Reed (OL – Eisenhower), Jahleel Rice (OL – Judson), Gerome Henry (WR – New Caney), David Burton (WR – Clear Lake), Marquise Doucette (WR – Crosby), Jashaun Foster (WR – Sterling), D'Anthony Simms (RB – Klein), Dawson Unruh (WR – Cypress Creek), Kadrian Hammond (WR – Yoe), and Darrell Williams (WR – Denham Springs).

The list of defensive signees are: Anziah Williams (LB – Brennan), Ben Langston (DB – The Woodlands), Daymond Lewis (DB – North Shore), Degiovonni Williams (DB – Houston Heights), Bradley Banks (DL – Euless Trinity), Keyon Hurse (DL – Plano), Johnathan Benjamin  (DL – North Shore), Jared Esparza (LB – Gonzales), Justin Henry (DB – East View), Kelvin Mathis (DL – Brenham), Daelon Mitchell (DL – Fort Bend Elkins), Cameron Riggins (DL – Burton), DJ Sasser (DB – Hightower), Amadi Thomas (LB – Mayde Creek), Bryton Thompson (DL – Atascocita), Joey White (DB – Clear Lake), Edgerrin Williams (DE – Cedar Ridge), and Brad Williams (DE – Nacogdoches).

The list of special teams signees are: Lukas Enloe (K – Gilmer) and Nick Falsone (K – San Antonio Churchill).

Blinn finished the 2018 season ranked 15th in the nation with a 7-4 record after defeating then- 14th ranked Scottsdale in the Valley of the Sun Bowl.

The Buccaneers will host tryouts for the 2019 season on Saturday, Feb. 9, and Saturday, May 4, at Brenham High School's Cub Stadium. For more information, contact Debbie Watson at 979- 830-4170 or visit http://buccaneersports.com/2019_Blinn_Football_Tryout_Flier1.pdf.

Blinn has competed in intercollegiate athletics since 1903 and captured 38 NJCAA national championships since 1987.