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The Unofficial Georgetown Commit List for the Class of 2016

If it's late January, that can only mean one thing for Lehigh football fans: the steady stream of commitments coming from high school seniors.

In past years, I have posted one humongous posting of all the Patriot League teams whom I've confirmed are headed to Patriot League schools.

This year, though, I've decided to break out my posted commitments by school.

Below the flip, get a sneak peek of Georgetown's class of 2016 - and come back to this page often, as I'm going to be updating it frequently over the next few weeks.

LB Spencer Ball (Charlotte Latin HS, Charlotte, NC)
South Charlotte Weekly Commit List

WR Tres Barksdale (Solon HS, Solon, OH)
Solon Patch: Barksdale Commits to Georgetown

OL Jordan Briggs (Orange Lutheran HS, Orange, CA) Commit List

FB/RB Troye Bullock (DeMatha Catholic, Washington, DC)
Baltimore Sun All-State Honarable Mention
Commitment announced on Twitter

WR Jake DeCicco (Kingston HS, Kingston, NY)
Hudson Valley Record: Kingston WR Headed to Georgetown

OL Gerverus Flagg (Charlotte County Day/Mercersburg Academy, Charlotte, NC)
Charleston Post & Courier Commit Release

CB Cameron Gambill (McEachern HS, Marietta, GA)
Marietta Daily-Journal Commit List

OL William Heine (East Chapel Hill HS, Chapel Hill, NC)
Preseason All-OT team
Chapel Hill Herald-Sun Commit List

OL Matt Hungate (Morton HS, Morton, IL)
"Central Illinois Proud" Announcement
Scout.Com Junior Year Highlights

DE Sam Jowers (Westminster Academy, Atlanta, GA)

NeighborNewspapers: Westminster Athletes Finalize College Plans
Recruiting Video

RB Jo'el Kimpela (Euless Trinity HS, Euless, TX)
6-5A Offensive MVP
All-State RB (TX)
Star-Telegram: Trinity's Kimpela Commits | Dallas News

DE Hunter Kiselick (Bergen Catholic Prep, Bergen, NJ)
Riverdell Patch Signing Day

OL Kevin Liddy (Kellenberg Memorial HS, Uniondale, NY)
ESPN High School Blog with Commitment

DL Michael Lyzwa (Palo Alto HS, Palo Alto, CA)
Mercury-News Commitment Announcement

QB Cam McPherson (Christian Brothers Academy, Albany, NY)
Central NY Your News Now Video of commitment

QB Kyle Nolan (Branford HS/Choate Rosemary Hall, Branford, CT)
Class A All New-England QB
Governor's Cup (CT)
Branford Seven: Kyle Nolan Receives Scholarship Award

LB Ty Parsons (Dallas Christian HS, Dallas, TX)
Dallas News Signing List

ATH Garrett Powers (Upper Arlington HS, Upper Arlington, OH)
Committment on

LB Dez Richardson (Euless Trinity HS, Euless, TX)
DFW Varsity Commitment List | Dallas News

Video available on Hudl profile

LB Matt Satchell (Cherry Hill East HS, Cherry Hill, NJ)
Eastside Online: National Signing Day Hits Cherry Hill East

WR Ettian Scott (Northside HS, Jacksonville, NC) Commitment List

DL Marquis Wright (North Broward Prep, Coconut Creek, FL)
Miami Herald Commit List


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