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Local football players sign NLI's to play college football

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Traverse City St. Francis senior Riley Bullough signed his National Letter of Intent to play college football at Michigan State on Wednesday.  Bullough, who led St. Francis to a state title as a quarterback his sophomore year, will play outside linebacker at MSU.  He follows in the footsteps of his grandfather, dad, and uncle and will now be reunited with his older brother Max at MSU.

Ferris State and Central Michigan also announced their recruiting classes on Wednesday.  Tony Annese's first recruiting class at FSU is made up of 31 student-athlete's while Dan Enos' incoming class at CMU is 25-players strong, including 19 from Michigan.

Below is a list of the local players we were informed of who signed their NLI's on Wednesday:

MICHIGAN STATE

Riley Bullough, Outside Linebacker (T.C. St. Francis)

Kevin Cronin, Kicker (Traverse City West)*

CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Colton Odykirk, Slot Receiver (Mt. Pleasant)*

FERRIS STATE

Tyler Hanks, Wide Receiver (Morley Stanwood)

Hunter Thompson, Defensive End (McBain)

NORTHERN MICHIGAN

Nolan Davenport, Linebacker (Lake City)

Josh Hogan, Tight End (Charlevoix)

Tyler Leightner, Punter (Cadillac)

Jordan Strope, Offensive Tackle (Traverse City West)

Adam Williams, Defensive Lineman (Lake City)

MICHIGAN TECH

Isaiah Hackney, Quarterback (Traverse City West)

GRAND VALLEY STATE

Cameron Hobbs, Offensive Lineman (Sanford Meridian)

Joe Robbins, Defensive Back (Petoskey)

HOLY CROSS

John Zakrzewski, Safety (Traverse City St. Francis)

 

* preferred walk-on