Five Berkeley Student-Athletes Sign National Letter of Intent
On February 6, five student-athletes from Berkeley Preparatory School committed to compete in their collegiate sport of choice in a joint ceremony in front of a standing-room-only crowd of classmates, faculty, and family members. Those committing to compete for a Division 1 program signed the National Letter of Intent.
“Today is a special day as many student-athletes across the country sign their National Letters of Intent. Currently, Berkeley has 56 alumni participating in varsity collegiate athletics, and today, five more Berkeley student-athletes from the Class of 2019 make that commitment,” said athletic director Bobby Reinhart. “All five have proudly donned the Buccaneer uniform and represented Berkeley admirably. Each has proven that athletic excellence can co-exist with exemplary performance in the classroom. Congratulations, we are so proud of you.”
National Signing Day has become an annual tradition at Berkeley honoring the hard work and dedication of our senior Buccaneers who will continue their academic and athletic endeavors at some of the country’s top academic and athletic colleges and universities.
Today’s signees included:
Tim Boone, football, USMA, Army, West Point
Zion Carter, football, Dartmouth College
Richie Ferrelli, football, Tufts University
Nate Lockhart, football and lacrosse, Amherst College
Josh Youngblood, football, Kansas State University