National Signing Day 2018

All Saints' celebrated 12 student athletes this morning who committed to play athletics at the collegiate level. Please join us in congratulating these seniors on their success in the classroom and on the field. 

Andrew Bird,
Football –– Rice University. Bird is a lifetime Saint. He is a three-sport student-athlete, also competing as a member of All Saints’ Basketball and Baseball teams. Bird received TAPPS Division I All-State 1st Team recognition after helping lead the Saints to an 11-1 season in 2017. Other offers include Air Force, Butler University, Columbia University, Davidson College, and Yale University, among others.
 
Luke Brockermeyer, Football – University of Texas. Brockermeyer is a two-sport student-athlete, also competing on All Saints’ Baseball team. He is a lifetime Saint. Brockermeyer received 2016 All-Conference recognition and was named to the TAPPS Division I All-State 1st Team in 2017. He ranks in the Top-3 in 5-of-6 All Saints’ Football Defensive categories and helped lead the defensive line as a two-year starter. During that span, the group was named Defensive Most Valuable Player in 2016 and 2017. Other offers include Oregon State University and Rice University among others.

Christophe Chaumont, Sailing – Yale University. A lifetime Saint, Chaumont began sailing competitively 10 years ago and was competing at an international level by age 10. In the last three years, he has been sailing on an Olympic development team where he has been coached by a Yale Alumna and Olympic sailor. Other offers included Harvard University, Tufts University, Brown University, Boston College and Stanford University, among others.
 
Cade Farr, Baseball – Texas Tech University. Farr has been at All Saints’ for 5 years. He is a two-sport student-athlete who also played for the All Saints’ Football team. As a 4-year letterman, Farr has anchored the Baseball pitching staff and earned All-Conference honors in 2016 and 2017. Ranked as the 27th overall high school prospect in Texas, and 130th nationally, Farr also received interest from Wichita State University.
 
John Paul Flores, Football – Dartmouth College. Flores is a three-sport student-athlete who has been at All Saints’ for 6 years. He also was a member of the All Saints’ Basketball and Track & Field teams. A 4-year letterman in Football, Flores received TAPPS Division I All-State 1st Team recognition in 2017 and led the offensive line – a group named as the Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2016 and 2017. Other offers include Columbia University, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University among others.
 
Brendan Harmon, Football – Rice University. Harmon has been at All Saints’ for 6 years. He is a three-sport student-athlete, also competing on the All Saints’ Basketball team where he is a 4-year letterman, and All Saints’ Track & Field teams where he holds records in the High Jump and Men’s 4x100m. Harmon also holds 4-of-6 All Saints’ Football Receiving records and was named to TAPPS Division I All-State 1st Team. Other offers include Air Force, Kansas State, and Yale University among others.
 
Grayson Mann, Football – Northwestern University. Mann is a three-sport student-athlete and has been at All Saints’ for 4 years. He also competes as a member of All Saints’ Wrestling and Track & Field teams. A 4-year letterman in Football, Mann received All-Conference recognition in 2015 and 2016, and was named TAPPS Division I All-State 1st Team in 2017. He ranks in the Top-3 in 5-of-6 All Saints’ Football Defensive records and led the defensive line – a group named as the Defensive Most Valuable Player in 2016 and 2017. Other offers include University of Arizona, University of Nebraska, and Rice University among others.
 
Kole Pannell, Football – United States Air Force Academy. Pannell is a two-sport student-athlete and has been at All Saints’ for 3 years. He also competed as a member of All Saints’ Track & Field team. In 2016 he earned All-Conference recognition and was named TAPPS Division I All-State 2nd Team in 2017. Pannell helped lead the defensive line – a group named as the Defensive Most Valuable Player in 2016 and 2017. Other offers include United States Military Academy – West Point and University of the Incarnate Word.
 
Jalen ‘J.C.’ Rispress, Football – Southern Methodist University. Rispress is a two-sport student-athlete who has been at All Saints’ for 1 year. He is also a member of All Saints’ Track & Field team. In 2017, Rispress finished second in total tackles with 105, placing him in the Top-10 for tackles in a season for All Saints’ Football. He earned TAPPS Division I All-State 2nd Team recognition and also received interest from Abilene Christian.
 
Jaylon Robinson, Football – University of Oklahoma. Robinson is a two-sport student-athlete who has been at All Saints’ for 1 year. He also competes as a member of All Saints’ Track & Field team competing in as a hurdler, in the long jump, and as a member of the Men’s 4x100m relay. Robinson earned TAPPS Division I All-State 2nd Team recognition in 2017 and finished ranked in the Top-5 in 4-of-6 All Saints’ Football Receiving records. Other offers include Baylor University, University of Georgia, Texas Tech University, and Washington State University among others.
 
Shaun Taylor, Football – Oklahoma State University.  Taylor is a lifetime Saint who is a two-sport student-athlete, also competing as a member of All Saints’ Track & Field team. He earned TAPPS Division I All-State Honorable Mention in 2017 with over 4,100 passing yards and 60 touchdowns and holds 5-of-6 All Saints’ Football Passing records. Other offers include Trinity University and Sewanee University among others.
 
Jax Wilson, Football – University of Oklahoma. Wilson has been at All Saints’ for 6 years and is a two-sport student-athlete, also competing as a member of All Saints’ Lacrosse team. As a deep snapper, Wilson ranks in the Top-3 in Texas and in the Top-12 nationally and also played along the defensive line. He received additional interest from University of the Incarnate Word, University of Houston, and Texas Christian University.

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