ROSELLE, NJ - Abraham Clark High School Seniors Lamar Moore and Khair Pendleton officially signed their binding national letters of intent to play football with their schools in the fall.
Both students played varsity with the Rams and have accepted scholarships to play at their respective four-year schools.
In a ceremony at the High school on Wednesday morning, Moore who will be attending Pace University in New York City and Khair Pendleton who will be going to American International College in Massachusetts signed their letters of intent before dignitaries, school officials, family, and friends.
Rams Football Coach James Williams praised the players for developing as players and reminded them to keep their education in the forefront. He reminded them that they are playing football while in college, not going to college to play football.
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