Nine Archbishop Stepinac High School Students Sign to Play NCAA Football

| 12/22/2023

By: The Good Newsroom

Players join 10 student-athletes in other sports to move to the college level

Nine outstanding Archbishop Stepinac High School Class of 2024 student-athletes officially signified their commitments to continue their education and play football at the university level during the school's recent Early Signing Day ceremony.
Nine outstanding Archbishop Stepinac High School Class of 2024 student-athletes officially signified their commitments to continue their education and play football at the university level during the school's recent Early Signing Day ceremony. Photo courtesy of Archbishop Stepinac High School.

WHITE PLAINS — Nine outstanding Archbishop Stepinac High School Class of 2024 student-athletes officially signified their commitments to continue their education and play football at the university level during the school’s recent Early Signing Day ceremony.

The football players join 10 other Stepinac seniors in sports including basketball, track and field, and lacrosse that will move on to the next level of their athletic careers.

Stepinac’s Early Signing Day seniors and the universities or colleges to which they commited are:

Harrison Brown of Katonah/Colgate University

Will Currid of Cross River/Brown University

Ryan Diaz of New York City/Franklin and Marshall College

Deonte Douglas of Yonkers/New Hampshire University

Darison Hooper of White Plains/Trinity College

Sam Madu of The Bronx/University of Minnesota

Jordan Osbourne of Ardsley/Monmouth University

Lorenzo Robinson of Valhalla/Lock Haven University

Eddie Palumbo of Yorktown Heights/Yale University

A 10th signee, Tommy Cottrell of Putnam Valley, will play football and lacrosse for Williams College.

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