MORE SIGNINGS & COMMITMENTS FROM NEW MEXICO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ATHLETES
Here’s a look at some of the recent college commitments and signings from high school student athletes in New Mexico.
Clovis High School defensive end Jaden Phillips committed to the University of New Mexico. He will play football for the Lobos starting in 2021. Last Season, Phillips had 42 tackles and four sacks as a junior.
Clovis High School quarterback Chance Harris announced he committed to play football at Colorado State.
Carlsbad High School senior lineman Crimson McKenzie signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Western New Mexico University. McKenzie was the starting center for the Cavemen the past two seasons.
Carlsbad senior Shamar Smith announced he plans to play football at New Mexico State as a preferred walk-on. Smith is a 6’3” 215 wide receiver/linebacker
Santa Fe High School’s Courtney Brookover committed to play volleyball at Adams State in Colorado. The 5’9” senior setter recorded 814 sets for the season and helped the Demonette’s reach the quarterfinals this past season.
Natalie Gallegos of Los Alamos High School will continue her volleyball career at Adams State. Gallegos is a 6’1” hitter who finished with over 400 kills her senior season.
Hunter Garcia of Santa Fe Indian School signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her basketball career at Minnesota West Community and Technical College. Garcia averaged over 11 points a game last season.
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Elida High School senior guard Tyce Delk verbally committed to play basketball at Mary Hardin Baylor, a Division III school.
Bloomfield’s Halle Payne will continue her basketball career at Scottsdale Community College. Payne earned 1st team All-State honors last season.
Kirtland Central’s Trystan Aspaas will play baseball at the University of the Southwest in Hobbs.
Kirtland Central’s Brian Switzler announced she will play softball with Lamar Community College in Colorado.
Navajo Prep’s Lanaya Harrison will continue her volleyball career at Mills College, a Division III program in Oakland (CA).
Geraldlynn Notah from New Mexico Military Institute signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Benedictine University in Mesa, Arizona. According to the NMMI website, Notah was an all-around athlete sporting a 4.0 GPA at Moriarty High School while competing in cross country, basketball, and softball before attending NMMI.
Volcano Vista offensive lineman Beto Cabral signed a letter of intent to play football at Ottawa University.
Farmington High School senior Jaren Ulibarri announced he will play soccer at McMurry University, a Division III school in Abilene, Texas.
Pojoaque High School pitcher Andres Soveranez announced he committed to play baseball at Luna Community College in Las Vegas, NM.
Highland High School’s Erasmo Carreon-Bailon will continue his basketball career at Universidad de las Américas Puebla, a Mexican private university located in San Andrés Cholula, near Puebla.
Vanessa Landavazo, a four-year letterman with the Volcano Vista Hawks girls basketball team, signed to play with Southwestern College in Winfield, KS.