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Bishop O’Dowd athletes commits to Lehigh
Bishop O’Dowd senior athlete Harrison Jenkins will play Division I football.
Jenkins committed to Lehigh University, an FCS school in Bethlehem, PA, on Thursday, choosing Lehigh over offers from Carnegie Mellon, Davidson, San Diego, Southern Oregon and Valparaiso.
Lehigh went 4-7 in the first season under Tom Gilmore in 2019.
Former Dublin multi-sport athlete makes college decision
Class of 2020 Dublin athlete Nick Costello committed to UC San Diego to play baseball on Wednesday.
Costello starred in football, basketball and baseball for the Gaels. He was a First Team All-East Bay Athletic League Valley at receiver, defensive back and as a specialist, along with honorable mention nod in basketball this past season during Dublin’s run to a runner-up finish in the North Coast Section Open Division.
Reeder picks Stanford football
St. Ignatius outside linebacker Duke Reeder committed and signed to Stanford as a preferred walk-on in football.
Reeder, also a lacrosse standout, will join a Stanford program under Davis Shaw that has won two Rose Bowls since 2012 – including the most recent one in the 2015 season.
St. Ignatius went 9-3 this past year and split a West Catholic Athletic League title with Serra and Valley Christian.
Valley Christian pack brings in offers
Four Valley Christian football players added offers last week:
McPherson sends out numerous offers
McPherson College, an NAIA school in Kansas, offered a slew of Bay Area prospects over the past few days:
Offers across the Bay Area
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