Football players commit to colleges

Jordan Stewart, Staff Writer

Commitment day for Dover was May 1st. Dover had a handful of kids decide where they would be going to continue their education and athletic careers, including football running back Cameron Fetrow, football cornerback Teziah Howard, and  football wide receiver Shane Klinedinst. Fetrow and Klinedinst chose to commit to Alvernia University. Howard is committed to play at Millersville University for the next four years. They are all excited to continue to play in college.

Howard says, “As a kid, I always dreamed of playing at the college level, and now that it’s happening I’m just ready to start.” A lot went into their decision on picking a college, because it’s a big one. It’s where they will be spending the next chapter of their life. Klinedinst said, “I needed it to be a campus where everyone is welcome with open arms, and a school that is going to fit my needs the best. I felt that Alvernia was the best place for that among my options.” The college they picked had to make them feel wanted and welcome, and make them want to stay and enjoy their college career. Howard and Klinedinst stated that both Millersville and Alvernia have a nice atmosphere, and the coaches and staff welcomed them with open arms.