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Three Panthers sign to play college ball
LCHS signings
Liberty County High Schools Jaalon Frazier, Tracy White and Antonio Golden signed with Georgia Southern, Old Dominion and Fort Valley State, respectively. - photo by Photo by Daniel Waugh

Liberty County High School Panthers quarterback Jaalon Frazier, cornerback/wide receiver Tracy White, and defensive end/middle linebacker Antonio Golden signed national letters of intent to play college football Wednesday morning on National Signing Day.

The three seniors signed with all of their friends and family around them, celebrating their accomplishments and success in the Liberty County High library.

Five-star defensive back Richard LeCounte III signed early with Georgia early, graduated early and then enrolled early at UGA.

Tracy White was the only one of the three to sign to a college that is out of state, as White will be heading to Virginia to play football at Old Dominion University.

White recorded 52 total tackles with 43 of them being solo tackles and averaged four tackles a game. White also had three fumble recoveries, deflected nine passes, and also had 115 all-purpose yards with one touchdown.

Antonio Golden signed and will be attending Fort Valley State University.

Golden recorded 102 total tackles with 65 solo tackles his senior year. He also logged 4.5 sacks with one forced fumble.

Jaalon Frazier signed to the closet school to Liberty County, as he will be going an hour down the road to play for Georgia Southern University.

He was one of two quarterbacks that Georgia Southern picked up on National Signing day.

Frazier had an amazing senior campaign at the quarterback spot, throwing for 2,878 passing yards, 1,250 rushing yards, and 56 total touchdowns (41 passing, 15 rushing).

All three of these players helped lead Liberty County to an 11-2 record in the 2016 season.

White, Golden, and Frazier are all excited and are looking forward to elevate their game on the collegiate level.

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