Riverside City College had 10 football players sign to Division-1 programs

By James Williams

The Riverside City College football team will have at least 10 players playing on a division-1 Universities football team after many signed on December 19th.

Riverside City College tight end Gus Penning signed his National Letter of Intent to the University of Baylor. Penning is ranked number 26 among the ESPN’s top 100 Junior College players list.

Defensive end Charles Tua’au also made the list at number 90 and is committed to the University of Hawaii. RCC tight end Josh Long signed his Letter of Intent and will join Tua’au at Hawaii.

Tua’au and Josh Long are not the only two RCC teammates to be attending the same university.

RCC defensive back Tray Hall and wide receiver Devon Brown signed their Letters of Intent to continue their careers at Fresno State.

Linebacker Ryan Coleman signed to the University of Memphis. Offensive Linemen Jacob Seydel signed with Washington State University, after leaving an opportunity to play at UCLA on the table prior to the 2012 season opener before returning back to RCC for its opening game.

Kicker Tyler Rausa also signed his Letter of Intent to Boise State. Defensive end Frazer Taua also signed to New Mexico State. Linebacker Paul Senn also signed with Bowling Green University.


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