… Sigmund Douglas appointed adjutantAFTER an impressive debut at the World Shooting Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio, USA, in August 2015, West Indies Fullbore Shooting Council (WIFBSC) has named a competitive-looking 10-member team that will represent the Caribbean at the 150th Imperial Meeting of the National Rifle Association (United Kingdom) in Bisley, this July.While many West Indian marksmen and women have been competing at the Imperial Meeting over the years, president of the WIFBSC, Major (ret’d) D. John. Nelson JP of Jamaica has indicated that the Caribbean would be fielding a strong team at this historical competition.The Guyanese duo of Lennox Braithwaite and USA-based Sigmund Douglas have been named captain and adjutant (manager) respectively, based on a missive sent to CEO of the National Rifle Association (United Kingdom), Andrew Mercer.Two marksmen, Anderson Perry and Rev. Olsen Daniels, both of Antigua and Barbuda, would be making their debuts in England while the other members of the team are GuyanaNRA vice-captain Dylan Fields, Jon Fraser (USA-based Guyanese), Norris Gomez (Trinidad and Tobago), Caroline Gomez (Trinidad and Tobago), Justine Lall (Trinidad and Tobago) and Chalky White (UK-based, St. Kitts & Nevis).Individually, each team member will be pursuing his own sponsorship with Braithwaite already securing full sponsorship, compliments of Secure Innovations and Concepts Inc., through Managing Director, Harold ‘Top Gun’ Hopkinson. Team West Indies would be seeking sponsorship according to Braithwaite and Douglas to procure Team Jackets.The 150th Imperial Meeting of the National Rifle Association (United Kingdom) in Bisley is set for July 17-28.
The 2019 college football season is over, as is its early signing period. But there still is some unfinished business on the recruiting trail before we can turn completely to the 2020 season.National Signing Day is here. What used to be the single biggest date on the college football recruiting calendar has largely been usurped by the early signing period, but there are still several compelling storylines to monitor. Those include updated class and recruit rankings, last-minute changes of heart and the blue-chip talent who are still unsigned. Here’s everything you need to know about college football’s 2020 National Signing Day, from dates, class and recruit rankings and the top remaining unsigned players.MORE: Where will Zachary Evans sign?When is National Signing Day 2020?Date: Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2020For those recruits who didn’t sign during the early signing period, National Signing Day is the first day they can send their NLI.MORE: SN remembers best high school players we ever sawCollege football recruiting class rankings 2020According to 247Sports’ updated Composite rankings, Georgia has the No. 1 class ahead of early signing period, followed by Alabama, Clemson, LSU and Ohio State to round out the top five. According to the recruiting service’s rankings, the SEC has seven of the top 10 classes, followed by the ACC, Big Ten and Big 12 ACC (one). Oregon is the highest-ranked Pac-12 team in the class, at No. 12.247Sports’ Composite top 10 recruiting classesRankings updated to reflect latest 247Sports Composite top 10. TeamConference (rank)Commitments5-stars4-stars3-stars1. GeorgiaSEC (1st)2541562. AlabamaSEC (2nd)2541743. ClemsonACC (1st)2351264. LSUSEC (3rd)2431475. Ohio StateBig Ten (1st)2531486. Texas A&MSEC (4th)26213117. AuburnSEC (5th)26016108. FloridaSEC (6th)2511769. TexasBig 12 (1st)19114410. TennesseeSEC (7th)230139MORE: Biggest winners from 2019 early signing periodNational Signing Day players to watchThe following 247Sports Composite four- and five-star recruits remain unsigned.— Zachary Evans (No. 16 nationally, No. 2 RB)— Marc Britt (No. 267 overall, No. 9 ATH)