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16 Rams sign letters of intent
Newton had 16 players and their families come on stage to sign national letters of intent on Signing Day.

Newton High School had 16, well, 17 signees make it official on National Signing Day Wednesday, if you count former Newton Ram, Toyous Avery, who signed his letter of intent to play for West Virginia University after playing two years of JUCO at Coffeyville Community College.

Coach Terrance Banks expects a few more players to sign in the near future. Here are the players and their future college homes.

Breone Adkins – LaGrange

Tony Collins – Davidson College

Jacobi Francis – University of Memphis

Tay Gowan – Miami University (Ohio)

Artice Hobbs – Army West Point

Teron Holmes – Middle Georgia College

Deandre Huff – Miami University (Ohio)

Alex Jacobs – Mt. Union University (Ohio)

Jazztin Jefferson – Iowa Western College

Romario Johnson – Air Force Academy

Montavier Sanders – NC Wesleyan University

Ezekiel Smith – Alabama State University

Dakori West – Reinhardt University

Aaron Williams – Columbus State University

Quintayle Wesley – Columbus State University

Gerald Whiters – Columbus State University