Mt. Juliet senior Brady Earnhardt signed an official letter of intent to play football for Army on…
Earnhardt's long road to Army
"It was pretty overwhelming. I'm trying to just hang out right now and think about everything. It was unlike anything I had ever been to or been a part off. I'm very excited that I can call myself a Black Knight now," said Brady Earnhardt shortly after returning from his visit to West Point. Earnhardt committed the morning after returning and then signed an acceptance of appointment on Wednesday. Earnhardt was one of 13 prep stars visiting West Point the weekend prior to signing day. Mike Ugenyi, brother of Army defensive lineman Victor Ugenyi, also visited and also eventually committed to Army. Earnhardt had a long, rough road to Army. After this junior year he was considered one of the top prospects in the southeast. He...
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