Senior athletes shine on signing day

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Jonathan Eades

Doan, Henry, Bell and Kelsey pose for a photo after signing.

Will Anderson, Staff Writer

Four seniors signed to their respective colleges to continue their academic and athletic careers on Feb. 2. 

Cam Henry will be attending Harvard University and playing football. 

“Harvard is one of the best schools in the world, and that’s why I chose it,” Henry said. 

He said he hopes to have a successful career in the National Football League, but he is confident that his education will help him wherever he ends up.

Henry said he fell in love with the Harvard campus when he visited and cannot wait to get back this summer. 

Connor Doan signed with Babson College, located in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He will play baseball while studying business for the next four years. 

Doan has not officially decided his major yet, but he said he is excited to start next fall. Babson College has one of the top business schools in the country, and Doan said he is excited to experience the cold weather in Massachusetts. 

Carter Kelsey will enroll in The University of Chicago next fall. Kelsey has played multiple sports throughout his life, but he fell in love with baseball through his years at Post Oak Little League. 

He thanked his parents for always being there whenever he needs support, and his brother for always pushing him to be the best he can be. He said he is looking forward to the great academics at Chicago but is also nervous about the cold weather. 

Dillon Bell signed with The University of Georgia to play football. Bell, a four-star recruit, is excited about Georgia because of its academics and its football program. 

“I wouldn’t be here without the support from my mom and brother, who are always doing their best to push me and give me everything needed to succeed,” Bell said.

Bell is the highest-rated player in all Texas private schools.