Brush High School senior student athletes Asya Reynolds, Jeremiah Patterson, Tijuan Day and Marcel Rice signed national letters-of-intent in a ceremony earlier this week in the Brush High School Performing Arts Center. To kick off the momentous occasion, Brush High Principal Karl Williamson opened with congratulatory remarks and SEL Athletic Director Mike Murphy shared the importance of not only these students’ athletic capabilities, but also their academic aptitudes and their character. Introducing each student athlete and their parents, the four Brush High standouts signed their letters-of-intent and then made brief remarks. Patterson will be attending Vermillion Community College in Minnesota to play football, Day will be attending Lancaster Bible College in Pennsylvania to play basketball and Rice will be attending Davis and Elkins College in West Virginia to play basketball . Brush High record holder and All-Ohio runner Asya Reynolds, announced for the first time at the ceremony that she will be attending Michigan State University on a track-and-field scholarship. Congratulations to these student athletes on such major accomplishments and best of luck in their respective futures.