Penn State football signee, Jonathan Holland explained that, “Signing day was unreal. I’ve been waiting for this day since I verbally committed so for it to finally get here, it was amazing. Having my dad and all of my friends there meant a lot to me.”
Many family members and friends of the signees all gathered around the college counseling office on signing day. This was definitely a very emotional time for everyone.
Marist College signee Damola "Mo" Orimolade stated, "these people have been with me through everything, good and bad, so it meant a lot to have them here now."
These athletes definitely deserve every bit of the accomplishments they have now. For these athletes, juggling school and sports, especially when they are in season, has been no easy task.
Indiana University football signee, Devonté Williams explained, “It’s a hassle. Especially living so far away. By the time I get out of a full day of school, practice and get home…I am exhausted. But then I still have to tackle my homework”.
They have all dedicated countless hours to perfecting their craft and ensuring that they get to the next level.
Salisbury University signee, Justin Friedlander explained, “I feel blessed to be able to play soccer next year.”
Many of these seniors are not only excited to play at the next level but they know that they'll have the support of the entire Bullis community throughout their entire career. Big congrats to everyone.
Congratulations Class of 2015 !
Zac Culham – St. Mary’s College of Maryland (lacrosse)
Tyler Gutman – The College of New Jersey (swimming)
Jonathan Holland- Pennsylvania State University (football)
Nate Lewis – Saint Anselm College (football)
Cameron Link- Rhodes College Lynx (lacrosse)
Damola Orimolade – Marist College (football)
Emily Renkey- Colby College (soccer)
Devonte Williams – Indiana University (football)