Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School held a signing ceremony for seniors Parker Dennis, Gregory Ellis, Tyler Price, and Charlie Ryan on National Signing Day. The event was held at the Montgomery Catholic high school campus at 3:15 p.m., Wednesday, February 7, 2018 in the Dolly Barranco Activity Center.
Seated: Parker Dennis, Greg Ellis, Charlie Ryan and Tyler Price. Standing: MCPS principal Justin Castanza, head football coach Aubrey Blackwell, assistant head coach Kirk Johnson, president Anne Ceasar, co-offensive coordinator Brad Parker, wide receiver coach Bobby Dunlap and athletic director Daniel Veres.
All four Catholic Knight athletes committed to play football at the college level.
Parker Dennis signed his National Letter of Intent to play football with the Austin Peay University Governors, a two time All-Metro and two time All-CCC line backer, he has attended Catholic for six years and had five college offers. Dennis is the son of Michael and Leigh Dennis of Mathews, Ala.
Tyler Price made his commitment to play football for the University of North Alabama Lions, after 13 Division I offers. A two time All-Metro and two time All-CCC Running Back for the Knights, he is the son of Terri Price of Montgomery.
Both Gregory Ellis, Jr. and Charlie Ryan signed letters of intent with the Georgia Military College Bulldogs. Ellis is also a two time All Metro and two time All-CCC defensive back for the Knights. He is the son of Tina Ellis and Greg Ellis of Montgomery. Ryan was recognized as an All-Metro and All-CCC defensive lineman this year and had 11 college offers. He is the son of Sally Hodges of Montgomery and John Ryan of Greenwood Village, Colorado.
Montgomery Catholic president Anne Ceasar, principal Justin Castanza, athletic director Daniel Veres, Head Football Coach Aubrey Blackwell along with all of the team assistant coaches welcomed students, parents and friends to campus to celebrate the accomplishments of these young men.
Montgomery Catholic is looking forward to following these college careers over the next four years.