National Signing Day 2019

All Saints' celebrated ten student athletes this morning who committed to play athletics at the collegiate level. Four seniors already signed letters of intent in the fall, for a total of 14 student-athletes committed to play collegiate athletics – 16% of All Saints' senior class. Please join us in congratulating these seniors on their success in the classroom and on the field. 

Edward Bautista, Jr.
, Football – University of North Texas. Bautista has been at All Saints' for two years and is a two-year letterman. He is a two-sport student-athlete, also competing as a member of All Saints' Track & Field team. As a versatile member of the Saints' defensive line, Bautista finished among the top three in total tackles and sacks in 2018. He was named TAPPS Division I 1st Team All-District and All-State Honorable Mention in 2018. Other offers include the United States Naval Academy, Midwestern State University and Southwest Baptist University, among others.
 
Bridget Bearden, Trap Shooting – Schreiner University. Bearden began shooting trap with a local club in August 2015 and won her first championship in October 2015. In 2016 she was named the Texas State Champion Lady and the High All-Around Lady (shooting in three disciplines of trap). In 2018 she took the 4-H Ladies Champion title at the SALE shoot and was awarded a $10,000 scholarship. Bearden has accumulated over 80 Championship titles with her coach, Brian Burrows. Bearden plans to pursue a Pre-Veterinarian degree at Schreiner University, where she received a four-year shooting and academic scholarship.
 
David Beck, Football – Colorado School of Mines. Beck has been at All Saints' for six years and is a two-sport student-athlete, also competing as a member of All Saints' Track & Field team. A three-year letterman and starter on the offensive line, Beck received TAPPS Division I 1st Team All-District and 1st Team All-State honors in 2018. He helped lead the offensive line - a group named as the Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2016 and 2017. Other offers include Rice University, Southwestern University, Southwest Baptist University, Sewanee and Trinity University, among others.
 
Cedric Bowman, Baseball – Trinity University. Bowman has been at All Saints' for four years and is a three-year letterman. He has also competed as a runner on All Saints' Cross Country team and has served as a student-trainer. Bowman has anchored the Saints' outfield for three years and earned TAPPS Division II 2nd Team All-District honors in 2018. He received additional interest from University of Central Arkansas, Hendrix College and University of Incarnate Word.
 
Matthew Daniel, Football – Southwest Baptist University. Daniel has been at All Saints' for one year. He is a two-sport student-athlete, also competing as a member of All Saints' Track & Field team, throwing shotput and discus. Daniel was recruited to play on the defensive line and received additional interest from Texas A&M University-Commerce, Stephen F. Austin State University, Midwestern State University and the University of New England.
 
Easton Fehler, Football – Southwestern University. Fehler is a Lifetime Saint and a three-sport student-athlete, also competing as a three-year letterman for All Saints' Men's Basketball and Baseball teams. He earned All-Conference recognition in basketball in 2017, was named TAPPS 5A 2nd Team All-District in 2018 and was voted captain for the 2018-2019 basketball season. In football, Fehler received TAPPS Division I All-District Honorable Mention honors and was recruited as defensive back. Other offers include Austin College, Hendrix College and University of Rochester, among others.
 
Michael Flores, Football – Dartmouth College. Flores has attended All Saints' for seven years. He is a three-sport student-athlete, also competing as a member of the All Saints' Basketball and Track & Field teams. Flores is a four-year letterman in all three sports. He has been a leader among the offensive line - a group named as the Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2016 and 2017, and was named TAPPS 2nd Team All-State in 2018. Flores was also named Academic All-State as a senior. Other offers include Bucknell University and Columbia University, among others.
 
Hank Greathouse, Football – University of Tulsa. Greathouse has been at All Saints' for three years. He is a two-sport student athlete, also competing as a member of All Saints' Track & Field team, throwing shotput and discus. Greathouse plays on the defensive line - a group that was named the Defensive Most Valuable Player in 2017, and played on the Saints' 2016 State Championship team. Greathouse received additional interest from Hendrix College, Southwest Baptist University, Midwestern State University and Southwest Minnesota State University.
 
Jordan Jones, Football – Trinity University. Jones is a Lifetime Saint and a two-sport student athlete, also competing on the All Saints' Track & Field team in the 200m. He is a two-year letterman in football having played offense and defense, and a four-year letterman in Track & Field. Jones will play wide receiver at Trinity University. He also received offers from Gettysburg College and Sewanee.
 
Thomas "T" Loffland, Football – Trinity University. Loffland is a Lifetime Saint and a two-sport student-athlete, also competing as a four-year letterman on the Saints' Baseball team as an outfielder. In football, Loffland played wide receiver and defensive back, showcasing his athleticism on both sides of the ball. Loffland received additional interest from Princeton University, Sewanee, Rhodes College, Hendrix College and Gettysburg College, among others.
 
 
Four seniors already signed their letters of intent in the fall: Ashton Mares, Beach Volleyball – Tulane University; Jacob Speaker, Baseball – Texas Christian University; Mason Speaker, Baseball – Texas Christian University; and Matthew Tieding, Baseball – Arkansas Tech University, for a total of 14 student-athletes committed to play collegiate athletics – 16% of All Saints' senior class. 
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