Legacy Athletes Commit to D1 Colleges

Quion Williams, 12, is committed to play at Oklahoma State University.

Shaun Ukeje, Staff Writer

Legacy’s memorable athletic alumni contribute as a staple in the Broncos’ history. Many athletes from Legacy continue to play or are playing at major universities, then ultimately play in professional sports. Currently, there’s an abundance of athletes who are already committed or have been offered to division one schools.

Volleyball – Arianna Mongare

As a 5’ 10″ outside hitter and middle blocker committed to the University of Tulsa as an outside hitter, Mongare collected an all-district and defensive player of the year award. She is second on the team in points.

Basketball – Quion Williams

A 6’ 4″ forward, Williams recently received a four-star recruit who committed to Oklahoma State. He’s earned fourteen division one offers. Williams collected the ninth-ranked forward spot in Texas who averaged the most points for Legacy.

Football – Ky’Irin Heath

Football recruit Ky’rin Heath, a 6’ 4″ tight end, obtained twelve yards, a catch, and three touchdowns last season. These stats landed him eight offers to colleges in the US. Ultimately, he will continue his football career at the University of Mississippi in 2022.

Basketball – Isaiah Manning

The lanky basketball athlete and three-star recruit Isaiah Manning is in the class of 2023 with nine offers. According to rivals.com, Manning is the 127th player in his graduating class in the country. This 6’ 7″ forward led his team in blocks and defensive rebounding.

Football – Max Harris

Multi-position football athlete Preston “Max” Harris is a 6-foot safety who has accumulated offers from Air Force Academy, Army West Point, East Central University, and Texas Southern University. Harris, the joint leader in interceptions, also acquired the most rushing yards on the team. These statistics have put him in heavy talks with the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Texas at San Antonio, the University of Houston, Marshall University, and the University of Louisiana.

Baseball – Blake Julius

Baseball player Blake Julius, a  6’ 5″ pitcher who can throw the ball at 92 mph, put himself on the radar for college coaches. He’s got enough buzz with several offers from Oklahoma State and the University of Texas. Julius has just recently committed to Oklahoma State University to further his athletic career.