Seven Seniors Sign Athletic Letters of Intent

All Saints’ celebrated seven student-athletes this morning who committed to play athletics at the collegiate level. These seven join the three students who signed their letters of intent in November. Please join us in congratulating these seniors on their success in the classroom and on the field.

Paul Breedlove, Football – United States Air Force Academy. Paul has attended All Saints’ since his sophomore year and is a three-year letterman. He also was a member of All Saints' basketball and track and field teams. Paul has played both offensive tackle and tight end for the Saints, starting 27 games in his career. 

James Brockermeyer, Football – University of Alabama. James is a Lifetime Saint and a three-year letterman in football. James was awarded 1st Team All-TAPPS last year and is currently recognized as the nation’s top interior offensive linemen by multiple football recruiting outlets. His athletic prowess has also earned him an invitation to play in the Under Armor All-American Game. Other offers include The University of Texas, The University of Iowa, Auburn University, The University of Oklahoma and Louisiana State University.

Tommy Brockermeyer, Football – University of Alabama. Tommy is a Lifetime Saints and a three-year letterman. Tommy has been recognized as a top-five player and the #1 offensive tackle in the nation, and has committed to play in the Under Armor All-American Game. Other offers include Auburn University, University of Notre Dame, Ohio State University and Louisiana State University.

Nick Cole, Football – Texas Southern University. Nick joined the All Saints' family this year as a senior and immediately made an impact on the Saints’ football program. He finished the year with 54 tackles, averaging over nine tackles per game, and three interceptions. 

Montaye Dawson, Football – Southern Methodist University. Montaye joined the All Saints’ family as a junior and concluded his first year lettering as the Saints’ starting tailback. He accumulated 1,116 yards on the year while rushing for 12 touchdowns. Montaye is recognized as the #8 All-Purpose Back in the nation by recruiting outlets. Other offers include Baylor University, University of Colorado, The University of Arizona and Texas Tech University.

Hampton Fay, Football – Michigan State University. Hampton joined the All Saints’ community his junior year and took over the role as starting Quarterback. As a two-year letterman, he accumulated over 2,260 all-purpose yards and 17 touchdowns. Hampton has earned multiple Division I offers including Michigan State University, Boise State University, University of Colorado and University of Mississippi.

Hannah Fay, Track & Field – Davidson College. Hannah has attended All Saints' for two years and is a two-year letterman in track and field and volleyball. Prior to All Saints’, Hannah placed 2nd in the District 5-5A meet and 2nd in the Area 5A-D2 meet in 2019. She earned 2nd Team All-District and Academic All-State honors for volleyball. Hannah is also a member of National Honors Society and Young Life. We look forward to celebrating her final track and field season and thank her for her dedication and leadership to her sport and her teams.
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