CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB)----" Its awesome finally knowing where I'm going like having as plan and not worrying about it anymore it's a great feeling." Bradley Central's Jacob Williams on his decision to further his football and scholastic career at Maryville College. Meanwhile at Red Bank, 5 Lions are moving on. Linemen Trevor Skiles and Jaylen Moore to Tusculum, Malik Davis and Courtney Stamper signing to Mississippi's East Central Community College and Miles Smith to Socon restart program East Tennessee State University. " I just look forward to building leaders and building a strong team to compete in the SoCon," says Smith. The Bucs also picking up Cleveland quarterback Austin Massey, who says he doesn't know which position he'll play but his mind is made up. " ETSU was the better deal, I liked the coaches better and the whole process was a little smoother at ETSU," said a beaming Massey afterward. ETSU doing well recruiting in our backyard, also signing Notre Dame's Joe Dossett as well. " Really, its just a family atmosphere you know with coaches that really care about me and really give me a shot," said Dossett about his opportunity at ETSU. Dossett is one of seven Fighting Irish moving on, Kareem Orr off to Arizona State, Running back Austin Banks to Kennesaw State, Anthony Flemister to Tennessee Tech, William Montgomery signs his ride Jacksonville University and Kealy Green and Josh Russell taking their talents to the University of the Cumberlands. In Pioneer County, East Ridge's JoJo Tillery signs on as a Wofford Terrier, and looks forward to returning for a face off against UTC. " It will be nice seeing some of the hometown faces and maybe beat up on those Mocs so," said a snickering Tillery. The Ringgold Tiger den has Hunter Sosebee going to Old Dominion and Zach Morris, to Duke, for David Cutcliffe and the Blue Devil's academic program " Definitely, yes sir I want to be pre-med and go into anesthesiology," said Morris. In Ooltewah, the sure footed Laszlo Toser declined a number of full ride scholarships to instead be a preferred walk-on at the University of Tennnessee " My dream has always been to go to a big D-1 school and play football and I really love what they're doing up there and they're going to be a good team in a few years and i want to be a part of it," said Toser, who believes he'll have a full scholarship by fall. Signal Mountain's Chris Moore is elated to be a Tennessee Tech Golden Eagle, as is Brainerd's Kaylen Stewart. Head Coach Bryan Gwyn's Panthers also sending four to Arkansas Baptist, they being Raheen Finley, Bryan Montgomery, Kevin Albert and Alex Hurd. Marcus McMillion also signing on for Lane College. Northwest Whitfield's Bruins have quarterback Caleb Phillips heading for Tusculum and Clay Phillips deciding on Kennnesaw State and their upstart football program. In Dalton's Catamount Country, quarterback Peyton Veraldi is going to Lindsey Wilson, tight end Chase Westfall to Mercer University and linebacker Nate Mayes to Wake Forest. East Hamilton pushes two to the next level, Martez Durrah decides on MTSU and Logan Hammonds to Bethel.