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Spring Valley stars Tindall, Hill enjoy National Signing Day

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National signing day is one of the most exciting (and hectic) days in high school sports. High school athletes officially put the pen to the paper and commit to playing collegiate sports.

Eleven athletes at Spring Valley high school signed today. Those athletes include:

Trinity Denizard (Soccer, USC Beaufort)

Thomas McLean (Soccer, Air Force)

Da"Avion Sumpter (Baseball, USC-Sumter)

Wynston Dyer (Baseball, USC-Sumter

Cameron Cooper (Softball, Belmont-Abby)

Channing Tindall (Football, Georgia)

KeAndre Jones (Football, NC A&T)

Quincy Hill (Football, SC State)

Marcus Simpson (Football, Brevard College)

Jacobie Elkins (Football, University of the Cumberland's)

Jeremiah Hammonds (Football, SC Faith A&M JC)

Channing Tindall was one of the most high profile linebackers in the country for this class. He signed to play football with the University of Georgia a couple of months ago, but took part in the ceremony today.

"Honestly, I had to learn how to get off social media," Tindall said. "Just put my phone down and just talked it out with my family. They just took the pressure off of me... just do what's best for you."

Spring Valley quarterback Quincy Hill will be joining the football team at SC State and said he can't wait to get started, but he also wants to enjoy the rest of his high school life.

"I'm gonna learn the playbook as soon as possible," Hill said. "The quarterback position, I'm gonna compete for. If I don't compete for it, then I'm not making the team any better."

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