Three students officially commit to NCAA, 12+ verbally commit

    Max Jung-Goldberg, Ahmed Ali and Jake Varner officially commit to playing a sport in college. 11 other Paly seniors have unofficially committed as well.

    Seniors Max Jung-Goldberg, Ahmed Ali and Jake Varner officially commit to playing a sport in college on Nov. 8 in the Peery Family Center. Twelve other Paly seniors have committed as well, but have not yet signed the National Letter of Intent. Photo by Samantha McBride.

    Three Palo Alto High School student-athletes have committed to college athletics teams after a National Letter of Intent signing ceremony on Nov. 8 in the Peery Family Center.

    They are pictured below along with 12 other student athletes who told the The Paly Voice they have committed to play a sport in college but have yet to complete their signing ceremony.

    Scroll over their images to learn more about their athletic careers and thoughts about their futures at a variety of different schools from Ivy Leagues to small private institutions and public state schools.

    Not included: Ally Scheve says she will be attending Swarthmore College for Soccer. “I am very excited to have the opportunity to continue playing soccer since it is such a big part of my life right now,” Scheve told The Paly Voice Scheve said. “I am also looking forward to being part of a team that gets to compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament and for a conference title. Lastly, I am super psyched for the team camaraderie that comes with being part of a college sport.”

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