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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Wednesday is National Signing Day, the day when high school athletes can sign their official letter of intent with a school that is a member of the NCAA.

Dozens of athletes across the Tri-State are planning to play at the next level. Here is a running list of those athletes:

Football: Dylan Wiesman, Colerain H.S., University of Tennessee Alfred Ramsby, Colerain. H.S., Georgia Southern University Chris Davis, Colerain H.S., Indiana State University DeJuan Lang, Colerain H.S., Indiana State University Lonnell Brown, Colerain H.S. Indiana State University Rudy Mirizzi,, Colerain H.S., Urbana University A.J. Burdine, Elder H.S., University of Miami Jacob Hilvert, Elder H.S., University of Miami Nick Marsh, Elder H.S., Brown University Shane Jones, Moeller H.S., Michigan State Keith Watkins, Moeller H.S. Northwestern Evan Jansen, Moeller H.S., Indiana Jalin Marshall, Middletown H.S., Ohio State Jules Ferguson Princeton H.S., WVA State, Darien McDowell, Oak Hills H.S., Morehead State University; Ben Versoza, Turpin, Butler University; Jaleel Hytchye, LaSalle H.S., University of Kentucky

Mens Soccer: Austin Root, Colerain H.S., Cincinnati State

Womens Soccer: Elyssa Anderson, Mcauley H.S., Duquesne University

Softball: Gabby Hogel, Coleran H.S., Spalding University

Baseball: Ben Spitznagle, Colerain H.S. Dakota Wesleyan University

Golf: Brennen Walsh, Elder H.S., University of Cincinnati Zach Willmes, Elder H.S. Ohio Dominican University

If you know someone signing a letter of intent today, let us know. Tweet Cory Stark @Fox19Cory or email him at cstark@fox19.com.

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