Several local high school athletes signed national letters of intent with the colleges of their choice on National Signing Day Feb. 3.

Some schools hosted in-person signing ceremonies and others held them virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the local schools’ signees, based on information provided by each school:

Blessed Trinity: Ty Furnish (University of Virginia, football), Jackson Hamilton (University of Louisville, football), David Coltrane and Michael Mitchler (Samford, football), Brendan Hunt (Mercer, football), Ryan Dupont (Wake Forest, football) and Englan Williams and Carson Harof (Georgia Tech, football)

Centennial: Peyton Major (Arizona Christian University, football)

Chattahoochee: Jordan Palmer (University of Alabama-Birmingham, football), Tim Reed (Campbellsville University, football), Taylor Mikolajczak (Trinity College, softball), Madisyn Norris (St. Bonaventure University, girls’ lacrosse), Sophia Thomson (Presbyterian College, girls’ soccer), Willow Hammond (Presbyterian, girls’ lacrosse) and Meaghan Trainer (girls’ lacrosse, Butler University)

Fellowship Christian: Charlie Patterson (University of Virginia, football), Lawson Haigler (Wheaton College, football), Caleb McClung (Wheaton College, football) and Eli Hildebrandt (Washington and Lee University, football)

Johns Creek: David Alexander (Carson-Newman University, football)

♦ Mount Vernon: Sarah Schab (Swarthmore College, softball), Evan Bell (Augustana University, swimming)

Pace: Matthew Cleveland (Florida State University, basketball), Evan Karetsos (Dickinson College, lacrosse), Lizzy Kaye (University of Virginia, diving), Amalie Little (Wesleyan University, swimming), Cole Middleton (Cleveland State University, basketball), Sydney Silverstein (Denison University, softball), Evan Smith-Rooks (Oberlin College, football), Jonny Sundermeier (Trinity College, track), Alexander Swann (Middlebury College, track) and Jayden Thomas (University of Notre Dame, football)

Riverwood: Christyn Ashby (Georgia State University, volleyball), Thomas “T.J.” Shannon (University of Tampa, swimming), Tillman Weaver (Ohio University, football) and Amir Adams (Nichols College, football)

Roswell: Evan Plunket (Army, lacrosse), Hannah Davis (Kennesaw State University, lacrosse), Connor Moore (University of Lynchburg, lacrosse), Aniete Ntekop (Austin Peay State University, football), Nick Lawrence (Columbia International University, baseball), Caden Long (University of Alabama-Birmingham, football), Michael Fitzgerald (University of Massachusetts, football and basketball), Melanie Tribick (Georgia Southern University, cross country) Dillon Holifield (Dartmouth College, football), Holden Caspersen (Clemson University, football), Corey Robinson (University of Kansas, football), Cole Gallagher (William Penn University, football) and Hannah Gore (Berry College, softball)

Woodward: Simi Awujo (University of Southern California, women’s soccer), Ozzie Hoffler (Kansas State University, football), Baleigh Bruster (Duke University, women’s soccer), Chase Marshall (Carnegie Mellon University, football), Ansley Carpenter (University of the South – Sewanee, women’s tennis), Parker Middleton (Young Harris College, men’s golf), Jack Dunn (University of Massachusetts, men’s lacrosse), Sophia Morettini (Oglethorpe University, women’s golf), Morgan Ellison (University of Texas – San Antonio, women’s golf), Tyler Neely (Western Kentucky University, baseball), Mark Gallups (Calhoun Community College, baseball), Will Richard (Belmont University, men’s basketball), Khari Gee (Notre Dame University, football), Alyssa Stadeker (Florida State University, women’s soccer), Davis Golick (Dartmouth College, football), Corbin Switzer (University of Virginia, men’s lacrosse), Kyle Hammond (Tufts University, football), Errington Truesdell (Vanderbilt University, football), Eli Hebert (Rhodes College, men’s lacrosse) and Alan “Taco” Wright (Vanderbilt University, football)

Other athletes signed with colleges during the early signing periods for football in December and all other sports in November.

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