Rangers send 22 to four-year level

Largest class of next-level signees in program history

By Brian Lentz, NWCC Sports Information

Early National Signing Day was a success for many football programs across the country on Wednesday, and Northwest was no exception.

Though the Rangers won’t finalize any incoming signees until the traditional National Signing Day on February 1, Northwest was well-represented in the festivities, as a total of 22 departing sophomores signed their national letters of intent to NCAA programs across the country.

For Northwest, it is the most four-year signees in a single class since the Rangers sent 23 to the next level in 2019. However, this year’s total is expected to increase significantly between now and Feb. 1, as several more players are still deciding between available offers.

The current list of departing signees from Northwest is found here

(***NOTE: This is a running list that will continue to be updated as new signees are finalized.)

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