Jesuit Athletes to Sign National Letter of Intent
Colleges include NCAA Division I Schools USC, Stanford, Washington & Arizona

President's Letter


Sacramento, CA - Tuesday, November 12, 2020

TIME:   8:30 a.m. Ceremony 
Interviews and photos available (earlier times can be arranged)
                 4660 Fair Oaks Blvd. CARMICHAEL, CA

WHAT:  Fall Signing Day in historic Barry Gymnasium on the Jesuit campus with Jesuit seniors accepting scholarships signing an athletic letter of intent to play at the collegiate level. This signing day is the early period for basketball and the regular period for all other sports, except football, to sign if they are accepting an athletic scholarship offer from a college.

WHO: These Marauders are ready to sign their letters and will be completing their actual National Letters of Acceptances and Financial Athletic Agreements. On average, only about 4% of high school students will go on to play a college sport annually.

The roster of athletes signing on November 13th includes:


  • Daniel Susac – University of Arizona
  • Charlie Hurley – University of Southern California
  • Luke Williams – UC Santa Barbara


  • Chris Meyers – University of Washington
  • Cole Barrett – St. Mary’s


  • Dominic Atwell – University of Utah


  • George Miller – Seattle University


About Jesuit High School

Jesuit High School (JHS) is a Sacramento regional Catholic high school that provides young men with a life-building experience. Founded in 1963, the school delivers an academically rigorous college-preparatory education to graduates prepared for lives of leadership and service. Student enrollment is approximately 1050 representing diversity in geography, ethnicity, religious affiliation, and socioeconomic background. JHS draws from more than 90 zip codes throughout the Greater Sacramento Area, with 99% of graduates going on to college or university. Home of “The Marauders,” JHS has one of the region’s most successful men’s athletic programs, which includes 13 national championships, 21 state championships, and 312 league championships. Currently, JHS fields 36 teams, with two out of every three Marauders playing a sport.

JHS also has a vibrant visual and performing arts program with more than 22 art offerings, robust honors, and Advanced Placement® curriculum, including the innovative international AP Capstone Diploma Program, an award-winning robotics program, and a club for every passion. A JHS education fosters a “Men for Others” culture, as students volunteer locally and all over the world, giving more than 27,000 hours annually, primarily to at-risk, underserved and homeless populations. 


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