Pitcher Katon Harwood of T.C. Roberson, golfer Chance Watson of Avery and soccer player Austin Stamey of TCR all made it official by signing their national letters on Wednesday.
Harwood, a righthander, had also attracted an interest from Clemson, Coastal Carolina and East Carolina.
Harwood is six-foot-three, 220 pounds, and he throws his fastball around 87-91 miles-per-hour, according to perfectgame.org. Harwood, who transferred from A.C. Reynolds to Asheville-Roberson last season, decommited from Clemson last July.
As a junior, Harwood was 4-2 with a 2.79 earned-run average and 32 strikeouts in 32.1 innings pitched for TCR.
Stamey paced the TCR soccer team last fall to a 27-0-2 record and the Class 4A state championship. He paced the Rams with 34 goals, nine assists and 77 points. TCR defeated Raleigh-Sanderson 2-1 in the state championship game.
Watson was a state qualifier for the Vikings last spring. He finished in a tie for 17th place at the Class 1A state championships at the Chapel Hill Country Club in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Watson fired a seven-over-par 79 on par 72 course in the opening round; he had an 82 in the second round and finishsed with a two-day total of 161. Avery finished fifth as a team with a score of 668.
Photo Courtesy: Katon Harwood, PHOTO SUBMITTED