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Javelinas Sign 22 High School Seniors
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 • Posted February 10, 2009

KINGSVILLE, TEXAS – Texas A&M-Kingsville head football coach Bo Atterberry announced that 22 high school seniors have submitted their National Letters of Intent today, NCAA Football National Signing Day, to continue their respective football careers with the Javelinas.

“I am very excited about the class we have coming in,” said Atterberry. “We are still expecting a few more to sign in the next few days. With 17 starters returning, we have the option to red-shirt the freshmen, but if they are ready to play we don’t discriminate based on age.”

In addition to 22 high school seniors, the Javelinas welcomed 10 transfers at the semester break that should have a major impact upon the program.

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