Two Romulus Eagle football players signed collegiate scholarship offers on National Signing Day.
Running Back Terrell Huguley, and Left Tackle Quinton Barrow helped lead the Eagles to their fourth straight Michigan High School Athletic Association playoff appearance, and a Western Wayne Athletic Conference League Championship. Both will play in the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC). Huguley signed with Davenport University, while Barrow signed with Grand Valley State.
Huguley rushed for over 14-hundred yards on 144 carries and scored 12 touchdowns his senior season. “I want to thank the entire community for supporting me over the years. It’s important to stay positive and loyal, even when things aren’t going your way. I’m excited for the opportunity to play at the next level”, said Huguley. He plans to study business administration, which he believes will prepare him to be an entrepreneur.
Barrow is a six feet six inch, 300 pound descendent of the great boxer Joe Louis. He dominated the line of scrimmage his senior season with over 50 pancake blocks, and even scored a rushing touchdown. “I’m so thankful for the Romulus coaches who prepared me for the challenges of life. I’d like to especially thank my offensive line coaches who helped me develop my technique and discipline towards the game”, said Barrow. Barrow will study business management and looks forward to college life.
Romulus Eagles Head Coach, Thom Patterson described the players as high character guys on and off the field.
“ It’s exciting to send players to college where they’ll earn a degree and become great men. I’m extremely proud of their efforts, the Romulus Eagle Family wishes them the best of luck at the next level”, said Patterson.