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Thursday, November 10, 2011
Signing odds and ends

By Andrew Drennen

With the signing period currently happening here are some signings from local sources.

Out of Washington, Enumclaw's Tyler Carlson committed to Washington State University. "The recruiting process with Wazzu began my freshman year while playing with my summer team. I had attended a couple of prospect camps at WSU and played in many tournaments the Wazzu coaches had attended," Carlson said to Enumclaw.com. You can read more of his commitment here.

Up in Michigan, Midland High School's Alex Rapamos committed to Michigan State. He told MLive.com, "I went on a few unofficial visits, went there and to Michigan and a few other schools. The third time, I went on a visit, I had a sit-down meeting with my dad and coach Boss and that’s when I decided."

According to BeaumontEnterprise.com in Texas three Bridge City players signed Letters of Intent. Matt Menard (Baylor), Jacob Lemoine (Houston) and Cameron Dishon (Ole Miss). Dishon played in the 2011 Area Code Baseball Games on the Washington Nationals.

In Mississippi, Chase Nyman of Pascagoula High School signed his LOI with Ole Miss. He told GulfLive.com, "I've been committed for a while, but it's way better when you sign and you know where you're going." You can read the full story here.

According to KSDK.com two players from Hazelwood Central High School committed to play at Missouri State.