State College sends three more on signing day.

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Todd Ross | February 1, 2023


During today’s signing day John Brighton, Logan Milito, and Ian Brandt signed Letters of Intent to attend college and play footballl

John will be playing football at Hiram in Ohio when asked in why he picked Hiram he said “I thought it was the perfect place for me, felt like a family and I think it will be a good football program.” He also wanted to thank some people who made this possible” I just want to thank my parents and grandparents they took me everywhere possible to help me get recruited and make this possible.” When talking to head coach Matt Lintal he said this about John “Just a outstanding young man a kid that has been a tremendous football player and just a pleasure to coach day in and day out we couldn’t be more excited about him going to Hiram.

John pictured with his family


Logan Milito announced he will be staying in state at Lebanon Valley College. When asked why he picked it “ So what it came down to for me was really the academics, at Lebanon Valley I will be getting two bachelor degrees. Another reason is the opportunity to actually play all four years and not wait until my junior year to actually start playing.” He also wanted to thank coach Lintal for for helping him and all the coaches who recruited him. When talking to coach Matt Lintal he said thyroid about Logan” Logan is one of the smartest kids I’ve ever had the pleasure of coaching.” “He’s been a tremendous football player and will be a tremendous coach at one point in his life, so he’s a great young man who I think will impact a lot of lives in his day.”

Logan pictured with him family

Ian Brandt announced he will be continuing his academic and athletic career in Virginia at Old Dominion University. Ian said this about why he chose it to be home “It was a difficult choice between a few schools but when I went to campus it just felt like home to me. The place just felt like it was built for me the coaching staff was amazing and I just can’t see myself anywhere else.” When talking to Head Coach Matt Lintal he said this about Ian “Really proud of Ian he’s just one of those players who can do anything.” “Ian’s been a tremendous selfless football player for us who has always been team first couldn’t be more proud of him having this opportunity so he’s gonna do really big things”

Ian pictured with him family


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