Rahne Adds 11 Student-Athletes on National Signing Day

NORFOLK, Va.— Head Football Coach at Old Dominion University Ricky Rahne On Wednesday and the second National Signing Day of the year, 11 student-athletes were added.

“I am very excited to add this talent to our program! Between the two signing days we were able to add 29 players with multiple players in each position,” said Rahne. “While we’re still not done improving our squad for next season, this has been a fantastic start to building a talented foundation.”

The Monarchs added 15 student-athletes during the December signing period and three more in January for a total of 29. Below are the players who signed on Wednesday.

Caleb Bryant – 6-7, 253 – OL – Philadelphia, Pa./Camden (NJ)

Helped lead Camden to a 10-3 record and advance to the New Jersey State semifinals.

A’Quan Dunbar – 6-6, 260 – TE – Overland Park, Kan./Shawnee Mission South (Kan.)

A three-star recruit from 247sports…Finally earned all-state first-team honors…Called to the All-Simone team, awarded to the most outstanding players in the Kansas City area…All-Conference called first-team… A finalist for the Otis Taylor Award, given to the best player in the Kansas City area…Catched 54 passes for 829 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Spencer Dow – 6-2, 292 – OL – Park Ridge, Illinois/Maine South

Helped Maine South to a 9-3 record and advanced to the third round of the state playoffs.

Jordan Holmes – 5-11, 155 – CB – Mims, Fla./Cocoa

A three-star recruit from 247sports… As a junior, he helped Cocoa to an 11-2 record and a state championship game berth… Recorded 54 tackles, five demolished passes and one sack… As a senior, he helped Cocoa to an 11-3 lead season and state championship… Scored eight tackles and two broken passes in title game.

Colton Joseph – 6-2, 205 – QB – Newport Beach, California/Newport Harbor

A three-star recruit from 247sports … completed 209 of 344 for 3,189 yards and a school-record 41 touchdowns as a senior … helped Newport Harbor to an 8-5 record and a place in the quarterfinals of the state playoffs.

Trenton Kintigh – 6-1, 265 – DL – North Port, Florida/Venice

As a junior in 2021, he helped lead Venice to a state championship and recorded 85 tackles, eight tackles for losses and five sacks… As a senior, he played in nine games and recorded 73 tackles and five tackles for losses.

TJ Lott – 5-11, 160 – WR – Loxahatee, Fla./Inlet Grove Community

A three-star recruit from 247sports… He recorded 35 tackles, defended two passes and recovered a fumble as a senior…Caught 22 passes for 439 yards and five touchdowns.

Deandre Lynch – 6-3, 294 – DL – Rocky Mount, NC/Rocky Mount

Named Shrine Bowl Defensive MVP of the Carolinas All-Star Football Game with five tackles and one sack.

Ryan Ramey – 5-9, 176 – CB – Missouri City, Texas/Ridge Point

Named to Class 6 A Super Elite Team… Earned First-Team All-District and First-Team Academic All-District… Recorded 43 tackles, 12 pass breakups, two forced fumbles and two blocked kicks as a senior… Half ridge point to one 10-3 record and advance to the third round of the state playoffs.

Rashed reason – 5-10, 160 – Vallejo, Calif./Vallejo/Diablo Valley College

A finalist for Times-Herald Athlete of the Year as a senior at Vallejo High School… During his career with Vallejo, he recorded 59 tackles, seven interceptions and four fumble recoveries…Had 32 tackles and four picks as a senior…Rushed for 902 yards , 565 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior … Five tackles, a tackle for loss and a pass break this season at Diablo Valley College.

Sayid Stevens – 6-1, 228 – DE – Midway, Ga./Calvary Day School/Duke

Played in 30 career games at Duke and made a start…Recorded 22 tackles and a quarterback rush…A three-star 247sports recruit out of high school…Two-time first-team All-State honoree…69 total tackles recorded, 15 .0 TFL, 6.0 sacks, one INT, two fumble recoveries and three fumbles conceded as a senior.

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