Coronado, Chaparral football players commit to play at SCC

Scottsdale Community College football team, in grey, faces Pima Community College. (photo by Steven Tyler Drake)

Wednesday, Feb. 1 was National Letter of Intent Day and the Scottsdale Community College football team inked 38 athletes to its roster, sports information director Mark Bunker confirmed in a Feb. 3 email.

Of those 38 players, 33 are in-state players with the college signing a few local athletes to the Scottsdale/Paradise Valley area.

North Canyon High School had four athletes make the cut, one from Coronado High School and three from Chaparral High School.

The Artichokes had a more defensive-minded signing class as they signed seven defensive linemen and seven linebackers with six defensive backs. Offensively, SCC signed four offensive linemen and four wide receivers among other signees.

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