2017 National Signing Day – New Jersey

National Letter of Intent early signing period

High School Football America is tracking all of the FBS signings in the State of New Jersey on National Signing Day 2017.

Ali Abbas, DB – Irvington – Buffalo

Louis Acceus, LB – St. Joseph Region (Montvale) NC State

Wankeith Akin, DB – Don Bosco Prep – Buffalo

Markquese Bell, DB – Bridgeton – Maryland

Jaden Blue, WR – Peddie School – Temple

Corey Bolds, DL – Paramus Catholic – Penn State

Jy’von Brown, WR/ATH – Irvington – Massachusetts

Noah DeHond, OT – The Peddie School – Clemson

Tommy DeVito, QB – Don Bosco Prep – Syracuse

Chris DiTommaso, DL – Ramapo – Massachusetts

Zach Feagles, P – Ridgewood – Miami (FL)

Joshua Fedd-Jackson, OT – St. Joseph Regional (Montvale) – NC State

Harrison Hand, CB – Cherry Hill West – Baylor

Fred Handsard, DL – The Hun School – Penn State

LJ Holder, WR – Manalapan – Temple

Johnathan Lovett, RB – Cherokee – Baylor

Robbie Martin, OL – St. Joseph Regional (Montvale) – Penn State

Jahmin Muse, DB – Elizabeth – Boston College

Evidence Njoku, WR – Wayne Hills – Miami (FL)

Benjamin Petrula, OL – St. Peter’s Prep – Boston College

Mike Ruane, LB – Rumson-Fair Haven – Massachusetts

Rob Saulin, DL – Pennsville Memorial – Baylor

Drew Singleton, LB – Paramus Catholic – Michigan

Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR – Weequahic – Iowa

Ja’Sir Taylor, DB – Brick Township – Wake Forest

Jonathan Taylor, RB – Salem – Wisconsin

Paul Theobald, Jr., Seton Hall Prep – Boston College

Marcus Valdez, DE – Don Bosco Prep – Boston College

Ryan Van Denmark, OL – The Hun School – Connecticut

Dalyn Wade-Perry, DT – Pope John XXIII – Stanford

Bryce Watt, DB – Toms River North – Virginia Tech

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