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Sports Signing Ceremony

Sports Signing Ceremony

Jesuit High School celebrated an early morning signing ceremony Wednesday (April 10) inside the Shembekar Auditorium.

With a throng of family, classmates, coaches, and supporters in attendance, nine student athletes in six sports signed with the college of their choice.

Jesuit president Fr. Richard C. Hermes, S.J. and athletic director Terry Rupp '84 first addressed the signees, congratulating them on their achievements and encouraging them to carry what they've learned at Jesuit with them to college, living their lives as 'Men for Others' and leaders.

The nine seniors who signed Wednesday are:

Jonny Sosnowski – Lake Sumter State

Nate Boakye – Belmont Abbey

Drew Campbell – Eckerd College
C.J. Kilkelly – LaGrange College

Jake Prabhakaran – Army West Point

Gavin Garlick – Lynn University
Brady Nessler – University of Tampa
Alejandro Vargas – Saint Leo University

Griffin More – Saint Louis University

Sosnowski is the 10th baseball signee this school year from Jesuit. He will join his brother, Kris Sosnowski '21 (Univ. of Central Florida), as a college baseball player. 

Boakye became just the 17th Jesuit basketball player to achieve 1,000 career points. He finished No. 14 on the school's all-time scoring list with 1,108 points while leading Jesuit to the District title this season.

Campbell and Kilkelly have been stalwarts for the stellar golf program, helping the Tigers win Region titles two of the past three years and continue their District Championship streak that now stands at 18 years. Campbell also was individual State runner-up this season.

Prabhakaran is the first gymnastics signee from Jesuit in many years. He will join several recent Jesuit alumni at West Point, including from the Class of 2023 graduates Grant Creedican and Matthew Griffith.

Garlick, Nessler, and Vargas will continue their soccer careers as rivals in the Sunshine State Conference. This season, the trio were integral in helping Jesuit soccer reach the 5A State Championship game.

More, who also played offensive and defensive line for the Jesuit football team, will throw the shot put and discus for Saint Louis, a Jesuit institution.

Please view below photos from Wednesday's ceremony, and click here for video of the ceremony.