Bulldogs Send Six To College, Seventh On The Way

By: Sam Farnsworth Email
By: Sam Farnsworth Email

PALISADE, Colo - It has become a common occurrence on national signing day for Palisade High School football players to sign letters of intent to play college football. On Wednesday six more Bulldogs followed that path.

Four former Bulldogs signed letters of intent to play with the Mesa State Mavericks next fall. Running back Zach Adair, wide receiver Steaphen Isaac, and linebackers Jacob Edmiston and Matt Young each committed themselves to Mesa State.

Linebacker Aaron Wagler and receiver/defensive back Jake Appling both signed contracts with Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado.

Travis Fehlman, a standout running back with the Bulldogs, remains undecided. Fehlman is still deciding between Western State and Mesa State.

To see Wednesday's entire press conference at Palisade High School, click on the video above.


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