Seventeen Aldine ISD Student-Athletes Take a Step Towards Their Dreams on National Signing Day

ALDINE – Seventeen student-athletes from various sports gathered in their school auditoriums, surrounded by their proud families, coaches, and teachers, on February 1st for an electric 2023 National Signing Day.

Eisenhower High School led the way with five student-athletes participating in National Signing Day, with all athletes staying in Texas. Athlete Tyler Hutcherson signed his letter of intent to attend Stephen F Austin, while cornerback Darrius Adams signed to attend Texas Lutheran University. Star wideout Ryan Niblett plans to continue his career at the University of Texas. Shooting guard Kelyon Dorsey signed his letter of intent to attend Texas Southern University, while first base Karizma Garcia signed her letter of intent to attend Texas Southern University.

Aldine High School had four student-athletes sign national letters of intent. Defensive end Joshua Johnson signed to continue his career at St. Olaf College, while baseball players Daniel Rojas, Gianni Gonzalez, and Jorge Cruz signed to attend Mountain View Community College.

Davis High School watched as four student-athletes signed to continue their careers at the next level. Wideout Andre Washington signed to attend Concordia in Wisconsin, and athlete Stephen Howard signed to attend Trine University. 1st team-all district defensive end Cortney Davis intends to play for Texas Southern University. Shortstop and pitcher Julian Scott will continue his baseball career at Antelope Valley College.

MacArthur High School had three student-athletes sign letters of intent. Wideout Justin Williams and cornerback Paul Anthony Stephens, two standout athletes, signed to attend Rice University, a top-tier academic and athletic institution. Defensive midfielder Cesar Barrientos signed a letter to attend Sterling College.

Nimitz High School had one student-athlete participate in National Signing Day, but it was a big one! The 6’4″, 290-pound tackle Kortez Winslow signed his letter of intent to continue his playing career at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.