Northeast Football Conference players signed with four-year programs at each level during the 2016 recruiting cycle

The Northeast Football Conference had a busy signing day in seeing its players move to four-year schools. Including the mid-year signing period, 49 student-athletes have signed to continue their education and playing careers. Highlighting the list is ASA offensive lineman Charles Baldwin, the top pick in the ESPN JC50, who will play at national champion Alabama. Lackawanna offensive lineman Ashton Julious, No. 40, to Oklahoma is the other individual moving on from the ESPN JC50 during the mid-ye

Lackawanna defensive back Kyzir White, signed in February signed to attend West Virginia. He and Trevon Wesco become the eighth and ninth former Falcons to commit to West Virginia since 1994.

Here’s the list of the 56 signees, alphabetical by institution:

ASA: Charles Baldwin, Alabama; Ray Baylor, New Mexico; and Malik Warner, Wagner

Dean: Najee Brown, University of North Carolina-Pembroke; Aaron Donalson, Delaware; Tre Fletcher, West Alabama; Geoff Horwitz, Rhode Island; Jackson McDonald, Mars Hill University; Daniel Palmer, Bethune Cookman; Jacquae Peart, Bethune Cookman; and Ruben Saunders, North Carolina Central

Lackawanna: Chris Adams, Bethune-Cookman; Tyler Affa, Seton Hall; Emmanuel Beal, Oklahoma; Joshua Bennett, Eastern Kentucky; Michael Boland, Bethune-Cookman; Peter Borum, Delaware State; Kendall Calhoun, Cincinnati; Louis Demetrius, Millersville; Kapri Doucet, Oklahoma; Dajon Emory, Arkansas State; Andrew Ford, Massachusetts; Jaylen Funches, Bethune-Cookman; Brendan Green, Alabama State; Ashton Julious, Oklahoma; Rikwon Moore, Walsh; D.J. Myers, Midwestern State; Terry Norris, Tennessee-Martin; Kendle Pitts, Shepherd; Faustino Sauceda, Pace; Jeff Taylor, North Carolina Central; Khalil Thomas, Rutgers; Brenon Thrift, Penn State; Trevon Wesco, West Virginia; Kyzir White, West Virginia; and Simon Williams, West Chester

Monroe: Kamal Hardy, Purdue; and Tuzar Skipper, Toledo

Nassau: Mo Abubakar, William Jewell; Ali Ali-Musa, Massachusetts; Job Buissereth, Bethune-Cookman; Khaneil Bruce, New Haven; Kevin Carboy, East Stroudsburg; Tyrell Chavis, Penn State; Chris Faison, LIU Post; Ben Holmes, Stony Brook; Yahkee Johnson, Hampton; Marcus Levy, Bethune-Cookman; Dennis Long, East Stroudsburg; Connor Morehart, Buffalo; Emmett Odegard, Utah State; Joe Pesce, Campbell; Malcolm Pridgeon, Ohio State; Anthony Robbins, Campbell; Ian Thomas, Indiana; and Mark Thomas, Southern Connecticut.

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