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St. John’s Announces Student-Athlete Collegiate Signees

St. John’s Prep athletics is proud to recognize more than three dozen Eagles student-athletes, including two preferred walk-ons, who have made commitments to compete at the college of their choice. Scholar-athletes representing 10 sports inked commitment letters this week during the ongoing NCAA signing periods.

In context, the staggering number of future college athletes springing from the Prep campus this year isn’t terribly surprising. After all, Eagles athletics has produced nine state titles in the past 12 months (twice in wrestling and once each in lacrosse, golf, cross country, mountain biking, swimming, skiing, and ice hockey). More photos from this morning's ceremony, can be found on SmugMug.
“What a great time of year and a remarkable accomplishment for all of our student-athletes, their families, teammates, and coaches,” said St. John’s Prep Athletic Director Jameson Pelkey. “These signings are a testament to all of the time, energy, and effort that our guys have put in over the years. We congratulate them and wish them all the best.”
This recruiting window’s signees from St. John’s, who represent 23 cities and towns along the North Shore and two communities in New Hampshire, are listed by sport and position below. Eight head coaches across the 10 sports to produce signees this spring are also St. John’s graduates. 
The signing period for Division I collegiate football ended on April 1, while basketball’s signing window closes May 18. Division II football student-athletes along with all those who play other Division I and II sports must sign by August 1. In conjunction with the NCAA’s early signing window last December, the Prep announced another 10 signees across six sports.

A primary provision of the NCAA National Letter of Intent program is that competing collegiate athletic programs must cease recruitment of a prospective student-athlete once an NLI is signed with another institution. Athletic scholarship aid is renewed on an annual basis at the discretion of each school’s athletic department.


RHP Griffin Callanan (North Reading), University of Hartford 
C/OF Cam Wodarski (Danvers), St. Joseph’s College (Maine)
OF/RHP Shane Williams (Georgetown), Salve Regina University (R.I.)


Coxswain Cooper Dunagan (Byfield), Colgate University (N.Y.)
Starboard Robert Arsenault (Danvers), Tufts University
Starboard Alex Flynn (Wilmington), Tufts University
Port Thomas Dufour (Beverly), Skidmore College (N.Y.)
Port/Starboard Josh Atkinson (Haverhill), Union College (N.Y.)


RB James Guy (Lynn), Bentley University 
DB Matt Mitchell (Medford), Union College (N.Y.)
DB Ryan Grenier (Salem, N.H.), Union College (N.Y.)
OL Kyle Webster (North Andover), Union College (N.Y.)
QB Jack Perry (Newbury), Bates College 
DT Dylan Roberts (Swampscott), Bates College 
LB Dylan Wodarski (Danvers), University of New England (Maine)
OL Hudson Kortbus (Lexington), University of New England (Maine)
LB Ethan Barnes-Felix (North Reading), Beloit College (Wisc.)
LB Conan Keefe (Andover), Norwich University (Vt.)
LB/K Charlie Stark (Topsfield), Stonehill College
OL Jake Cuddire (Peabody), University of New Hampshire (preferred walk-on)
OL Kurt Plakans (Marblehead), Fordham University (preferred walk-on)


Brendan O’Holleran (South Hamilton), Middlebury College


Attackman Mace Collins (Swampscott), Norwich University (Vt.)
Defenseman Tim Haarmann (Boxford), MIT
Midfielder Charlie Wilmot (Topsfield), Wesleyan University (Conn.)
Defenseman Luca Winter (Swampscott), Union College (N.Y.)


Charles Maier (Wenham), Williams College
Kique Ruiz (Swampscott), Bowdoin College
Joseph Cunniff (Marblehead), Fairfield University


Goalkeeper Joey Waterman (North Andover), Middlebury College
Midfielder James Gikas (Boxford), Worcester Polytechnic Institute


Jake Thomas (Wenham, Breaststroke, 200-yard Individual Medley), WPI
Ethan Olivo (Andover, 50-, 100-yard freestyle), Hamilton College (N.Y.) 


Luc Santos (Exeter, N.H., DIST), Colorado College 
Tyee Ambrosh (Danvers, SPR), Babson College
Jason Bois, Stoneham (Stoneham, HUR/SPR/JMP), Union College (N.Y.)


Adam Schaeublin (Salem; 132-pound class in 2021-22), Trinity College (Conn.)