Wiregrass Ranch's Noah Ravenna to become school's first I-AA signee



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Wed. February 23, 2011 | Bryan Burns

Wiregrass Ranch lineman Noah Ravenna has committed to Division I-AA (FCS) Jacksonville University according to Bulls head coach Jeremy Shobe, becoming the first football player in the school's history to play at that level.

Ravenna is a 6-foot-1, 270 pound two-way starter on the offensive and defensive line for the Bulls. He was a St. Petersburg Times' all-North Suncoast second team selection on offense and also earned all-Sunshine Athletic Conference third team honors as an offensive lineman following his senior season.

Jacksonville finished the 2010 season with a school record ten wins and won the Pioneer Football League title for the second time in three seasons. In the final Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS top 25 poll, the Dolphins were ranked No. 21

Ravenna will officially sign on March 2 at 1 p.m. in the Wiregrass Ranch front office.

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