Polk County senior Angus Weaver has found his college home.
The Wolverine standout signed a national letter-of-intent Wednesday to play football at Lenoir-Rhyne University.
Weaver was one of 38 players signing with the Bears. He is listed as a linebacker.
“I am excited about the quality of depth of the players we signed,” said Lenoir-Rhyne head coach Mike Jacobs. “Bears Nation should be excited about the depth these young men will provide our program.”
Weaver finished his career as Polk County’s all-time leading rusher, accumulating 4,620 yards, and also totalled more than 400 tackles in his career. He was named the Mountain Foothills 7 Conference Player of the Year and was a Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas selection.
Chase running back Marqies McCombs, R-S Central defensive back Trey Shearer and Patton tight end Randan Clarke also signed with Lenoir-Rhyne on Wednesday.