As part of National Signing Day around the country, over 25 Sioux Falls area football players put the ink on paper and designated their college choice.

This year's football class features three signing with FBS teams, five going to in-state FCS Division I schools, and a over ten committed to DII schools.

Sioux Falls Washington, the three-time defending champions, leads the list with eight players signing. Chad Stadem's group is also the team that is providing the three players to FBS teams.

South Dakota State has another strong class from Sioux Falls heading its direction. Signings include a couple of big linemen in Mason McCormick (RHS) and Max Howard (BV), and one of the most dominate defensive linemen that South Dakota has ever seen in Cade Terveer (BV).

Augustana racked up the local talent in the Sioux Falls market signing more players from this area than any other local school. The Vikings signed seven between Sioux Falls, Brandon Valley, and Harrisburg.

Here's a look at the local signings as of Wednesday morning. If there is someone that we are missing, please send an email to

Division I FBS


  • Seth Benson, Washington


  • Brock Walker, Washington


  • Will Farniok, Washington

Division I FCS

South Dakota State

  • Cade Terveer, Brandon Valley
  • Mason McCormick, Roosevelt
  • Max Howard, Brandon Valley
  • Zach Heins, Washington

University of South Dakota

  • Hunter Headlee, Harrisburg

Division II


  • Blake Larson, Brandon Valley
  • Braiden Petersen, Brandon Valley
  • Jack Wilson, Washington
  • Joel DeHaai, Sioux Falls Christian
  • Logan Uttecht, Washington
  • Tanner Kippes, Harrisburg
  • Trevor Burkhart, Washington

Minot State

  • Ryan Vargas, Washington

Moorhead State

  • Ben Schelhaas, Washington

Northern State

  • Jack Anderson, Harrisburg
  • Jack Meyers, Lincoln
  • Max Tibbetts, O'Gorman
  • Sam Loos, Harrisburg

University of Sioux Falls

  • Carter Lohr, Roosevelt
  • Nathan Varns, Roosevelt


Dakota State

  • Cade Falor, Tri-Valley
  • Iman Legesse, O'Gorman
  • Seth Baloun, Roosevelt

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