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NCAA Gymnastics National Letter of Intent Signings 2017-2018 School Year

The future NCAA gymnastics stars are here.

Over the course of the past week, the NCAA gymnastics programs have been making their recruits official, as future NCAA gymnastics stars solidified their commitments when they signed their official National Letters of Intent.

I have been compiling a list of the signees by school. I have linked the announcements from press releases, social media and good ol' Google News Alerts delivered directly to my inbox. 

Here is the list (below the cut). If you have additions, please contact me -
Note - I will be adding to this list as I can gather information. 

Cal -
Kyana George
Alma Kuc
Victoria Salem
Nina Schank


Alabama
Bailie Key
Kylie Dickson
Lexi Graber
Alonza Klopfer


UCLA
Nia Dennis
Pauline Tratz

Florida
Vanasia Bradley
Megan Skaggs


Stanford
Kyla Bryant


LSU
Regan Campbell
Gracen Standley


Denver
Lynzee Brown
Emily Glynn
Mia Sundstrom


NC State
Lauren Kent
Tori Prati


Oklahoma 
Jordan Draper
Evy Schoepfer
Anastasia Webb

via SoonerSports.com

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