Camelback Students Sign Letters of Intent
Posted by Community Relations Department at 2/13/2013
Camelback had three football players sign letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at colleges, February 6. Antonio Zepeda signed with the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, where the Rebels plan to use the 6-6, 250-pounder as a tight end. The All-Arizona First Teamer was also a defensive end in high school, but is glad that UNLV wanted him as a receiver. Jamar Pinnock is headed to Scottsdale Community College, projected to be a cornerback. The 6-3, 195-lb. defensive back led the team in tackles last year with 53. Angel Medina, the Spartan’s quarterback this past season, will play free safety at Phoenix College. Medina, 6-1, 170, threw for over 900 yards, and rushed for 610 yards. He also was a long snapper, a wide receiver and played safety for Camelback, recording 52 tackles. This is the second year in a row that coach Brandon McNutt has seen three players move on to college.
“We are getting noticed, and people are starting to come to Camelback to see our athletes. When college coaches see kids moving on to college, they are more inclined to come back each year,” McNutt said.