Signing updates, new list

A couple we missed in today’s paper – and in the blog until now – that we are catching up with include Hesperia softball player Kelsey Byrd, who signed with George Mason, and Rancho Cucamonga gymnast Jordan Williams, who inked with Arizona.

Here’s the list we have. Once again, let me know who else we’ve missed, if any:

This is what we got so far. Like I said, let us know who we are missing.

BASEBALL
Brian Derryberry, Yucaipa – UC Riverside
Scott Frazier, Upland – Pepperdine
Jack Heildman, Claremont – San Diego
Jake Hernandez, Los Osos – USC
Kyle McNutt, Redlands East Valley – UNLV
Griffin Murphy, Redlands East Valley – San Diego
Wyatt Padgett, Yucaipa – BYU
Austin Reed, Rancho Cucamonga – San Diego State
Ernesto Zaragosa, Kaiser – San Diego State

BOYS BASKETBALL
Derek Brown, Chino Hills – San Jose State
J.J. O’Brien, Alta Loma – Utah

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Jasmine Bernard, Etiwanda – UC Irvine
Maiya Michel, Summit – Denver
Ericka Norman, Chino Hills – Sacred Heart
Adrianne Thomas, Summit – Arizona State
Chloe Wells, Miller – Duke

GYMNASTICS
Henrietta Green, Cajon – Iowa State
Jordan Williams, Rancho Cucamonga – Arizona

SOFTBALL
Kelsey Byrd, Hesperia – George Mason
Samantha Dodd, Miller – DePaul
Sarah Free, Claremont – Holy Cross
Jessica Garcia, Redlands – San Jose State
Stevie Goldstein, Aquinas – Loyola Marymount
Jessica Hall, Ayala – UCLA
Erin Jones-Wesley, Los Osos – Long Beach State
Whitney Jones, Upland – Washington
Amy Nece, Redlands East Valley – North Carolina
Alyssia Palomino, Kaiser – Auburn
Natalee Pulver, Etiwanda – Marshall
Talee Snow, Chino Hills – UCLA
Bre’jae Washington, Cajon – Texas

VOLLEYBALL
Delainey Aigner-Swesey, Serrano – Long Beach State
Johnna Fouch, Redlands East Valley – San Diego State

GIRLS WATER POLO
Chelsea Parks, Los Osos – Long Beach State

Shirley gets two more offers

Kaiser defensive end Josh Shirley, a first-team all-Sun player last year, has added offers from Arizona and UCLA to the three other offers he’s already received. Shirley – the younger brother of Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle and Kaiser graduate Jason Shirley – was offered by Arizona today and UCLA over the weekend according to this article by Rivals.com.

Shirley has also been offered by San Diego State, Fresno State and Stanford. As a junior, the 6-foot-3, 220-pound defensive end had 17 sacks, leading the county in that category.