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Marist Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Students athletes contributed to winning Redhawk football program.

Marist football players signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. They are (seated from left) Mitch Schleyer, Jack Donegan, Isaiah Bickhem, David Nelson, (standing from left) Marcus Pitts, Adam Miller, Coach Pat Dunne, Ryan Tucker, and Nic Weis
Marist football players signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. They are (seated from left) Mitch Schleyer, Jack Donegan, Isaiah Bickhem, David Nelson, (standing from left) Marcus Pitts, Adam Miller, Coach Pat Dunne, Ryan Tucker, and Nic Weis

Eight Marist High School football players signed National Letters of Intent  during a signing ceremony at the school of Wednesday.

The athletes were great contributors to the Redhawks football program. Their letters confirm their enrollment at their respective colleges during the 2014-15 academic year.

  • Defensive linemen Isiah Bickhem (Midlothian) and Adam Miller (Chicago) will both attend Concordia University-St. Paul, MN.

  • Qiarterback Jack Donegan (Orland Park) will attend John Carroll University,

  • Linebacker David Nelson  (Oak Lawn) will play for St. Joseph’s College-Indiana.

  • Defensive end Marcus Pitts (Chicago-Ashburn) will attend Robert Morris University.

  • Mitch Schleyer (Orland Park), a guard, will attend University of Dayton.

  • Ryan Tucker will take on punting duties at University of Illinois at Champaign.

  • Nic Weishar (Midlothian) will play for the University of Notre Dame.

Parents, coaches, and administrators were on hand for the ceremony. Six other players plan on making college decisions in the coming weeks and officially commit to football programs.

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