Four more Norsemen sign with Division I schools

From left: Kris'Sean Edwards, offensive lineman; Jamari Chisholm, defensive lineman; Mike'Quan Deane, tight end; Tyeson Neals, defensive end. Photo courtesy NEO Sports.

From left: Kris'Sean Edwards, offensive lineman; Jamari Chisholm, defensive lineman; Mike'Quan Deane, tight end; Tyeson Neals, defensive end. Photo courtesy NEO Sports.

NEO Sports

MIAMI, Okla. – Excitement swirled NEO Football’s National Signing Day as four more Golden Norsemen signed FBS Division I scholarships. The program now has 13 Division I athletes in this year’s class, including four offensive linemen who signed to FBS schools.

Sophomore defensive lineman, Jamari Chisholm, signed with the University of Texas in Austin, Texas. Chisholm served as the anchor for a defensive line that had 54 sacks on the year. Chisholm joined NEO from Valdosta High School in Valdosta, Georgia.

Redshirt freshman defensive end, Tyeson Neals, signed with Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Neals is a First Team All-Conference and First Team All-American defensive end with 13 sacks on the year. Neals is from Moore High School.

Sophomore offensive lineman, Kris’sean Edwards, signed with New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, N.M. Edwards started every game for an offense that ranked top 10 in total offense. Edwards joined NEO from Union High School in Tulsa.

Red shirt sophomore tight end, Mike’Quan Deane, signed with Western Kentucky University. Deane is a two-time All-Conference tight end from Memorial High School in Tulsa.