Our friends in the New England Revolution communications office passed along a note of several local players who have signed their national letter of intent or declared their college commitments recently.
Two Massachusetts high school players who were a part of the Revolution U-18 teams signed their national letters of intent as Cole Denormandie (Lincoln-Sudbury) signed to the University of Cincinnati while Cameron Bielski (Dover-Sherborn) signed to the University of New Hampshire.
Yannick Kabala of New Hampshire's Manchester Central High School signed to Southern New Hampshire.
Also announcing their college commitments were Matthew Keys of King Philip (UMass-Amherst) and Sean MacDonald (Manchester Central) who will join Kabala at Souther New Hampshire.
U-16 teamer Mitchell Taintor, a junior at Connecticut's E.O. Smith High also announced his commitment to play at Rutgers.
Denormandie and Keys earned high school All-American accolades by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) following last fall’s high school soccer season. In addition, Denormandie, Keys, Bielski and Taintor also earned NSCAA High School All-Region I (New England) honors.