Staff Report: Four sign Letters of Intent during National Signing Day

Four seniors signed their letters of intent to play football in college as part of a National Signing Day ceremony, Wednesday morning in the Jim Bateman Field House.

First team all-state receiver Key’andre Hearvey committed to Prairie View A&M, located in Prairie View. The Panthers play in the Southwestern Athletic Conference of Division I FCS, making Hearvey the first Bronco football player to sign with a Division I school since Aaron Sims and Anthony Sowe committed to the University of Texas-El Paso and Southern Methodist University, respectively, in 2006. Hearvey played varsity for three years.

Offensive lineman Rowdy Clark, who sat out the entirety of his senior year due to a knee injury, signed with Midwestern State University, a Division II school in Wichita Falls. Clark started his sophomore year at right tackle and his junior year at left tackle.

Judd Terry, another offensive lineman, signed with East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. Terry, the starting right guard his sophomore year, transitioned to right tackle as a junior and filled Clark’s hole at left tackle as a senior.

Kade Wagner, son of computer science teacher Barry Wagner, selected Division III Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene. Wagner played offensive tackle for Denton for three years on varsity.