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November 11, 2014 at 5:07 PM

UPDATED: List of athletes signing today

The NCAA’s early signing period for basketball begins tomorrow (Nov. 12) and runs through Nov. 19. Several local products are planning to sign at celebrations, including Washington state’s top recruit, Dejounte Murray.

– A 6-foot-5 guard who’s a consensus four-star prospect, Murray will commit to Washington at his signing day ceremony at Rainier Beach High School at 4 p.m. Murray helped lead the Vikings to the 3A state title last year, along with fellow UW commit David Crisp.

– Crisp, who is at the Brewster Academy this year, also plans on signing during the early period.

– Eastside Catholic guard Mandrell Worthy, who already revealed his choice to attend Montana State, will sign tomorrow. Matisse Thybulle, Worthy’s teammate, will sign with Washington tomorrow.

– Hazen’s Dominic Green will sign his letter of intent to play at Arizona State at the school at 1 p.m. today.

Malik Montoya of Federal Way plans to sign with Seattle University.

– Bellevue’s Kyle Foreman signed today with Boston University.

– Bainbridge’s Oskar Dieterich signed to play for Black Hills State in South Dakota.

– Two Cleveland girls will sign tomorrow at a ceremony at the school at 6 p.m. Jayde Christopher, a four-star prospect by ESPN, will make it official with Kansas. Her teammate, Joyce Harrell will sign with Boise State.

Sydney Shepard will become the first girls basketball player from Lake Washington to sign with a Division I program when she does so today to University of San Diego.

Dejah Strother, a top recruit from Inglemoor, signed with Washington today.

– Emerald Ridge’s Riley Clarke signed with Air Force.

– Lake Washington’s Carly Rataushk signed with Seattle Pacific.

Baseball

– O’Dea seniors Andy Atwood, Oregon State, and Rex Stephan, Washington, have signed.

Swimming

– Bellevue’s Kim Williams signed with Stanford.

Volleyball

– Bellevue Christian’s Emily Stoppler has signed with Providence College in Rhode Island.

Equestrian

– Bellevue Christian’s Maddie Anger signed with Georgia.

Lacrosse

– Eastside Catholic’s Ashley Blanton signed with La Salle University.

Soccer

– Emerald Ridge’s Wain Clarke signed with San Diego State.

Football

– Emerald Ridge’s Mac Clarke signed with Hillsdale.

Let us know if we’re missing any players that plan to sign during the early period.

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