Two Seneca High Football Players sign Letters of Intent

Two members of the Seneca High School Football Team signed letters of intent Wednesday, Dec. 20, to continue their education and football careers. Wide Receiver Braden Galloway signed with Clemson University and Kicker Hunter Pearson signed with the University of Virginia. Braden Galloway is a two sport star at Seneca High School. He was an All-Region football player in 2016, in his first year of playing high school football. He was offered by Coach Dabo Swinney in the spring of 2016. Braden was an All-Region and All-State basketball player during his junior campaign. Unfortunately, Braden missed most of the 2017 football season as he suffered an injury in the second game of his senior season. Hunter Pearson was an All-Region kicker and punter in 2016 and All-Region kicker in 2017. He is listed as the #4 kicker in the nation in the Class of 2018. Hunter will be playing in the Blue/Grey All-American Bowl game in Jacksonville, Florida on Jan. 13, 2018. Seneca High School Head Football Coach Hal Capps said, “It is truly an honor to have coached these two outstanding young men. Both have used their God given talents as well as hard work to put themselves in a position to be recruited. It starts with being a person with high standards and morals. Each one of these young men can thank their parents for instilling in them these values at an early age. They have put in the work academically to insure they would have today’s opportunity. They have worked extremely hard on their craft, within the game they love. The Seneca football program is very excited to have two players signing with Power 5 teams. The school and community are very proud of both of these young men.”