More Football Signees Coming Out of H-Town
March 21, 2012By Matt Malatesta of The Woodlands High School
National Signing Day has come and gone but athletes are continuing to sign with colleges to extend their athletic careers.
The Woodlands' all-district center Tyler Mt. Joy signed with Allen Hancock College of the California Community College system to play football. Allen Hancock College has seen the likes of Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers, New York Giant Jason Pierre-Paul and receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh pass through their locker room.
"The coaches are great and it gives me the best opportunity to move on after two years to a Division I school," he said. "Their offense plays to my strength as an offensive lineman and I'm looking forward to getting there to start my new career."
Other Highlander athletes also headed off to play football include quarterback Ben Kronshage to Mississippi College, Randy Cooper to Hardin Simmons and Cooper Woodyard will be a preferred walk-on at Texas Tech.