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Finding his way
Evan OBrian learned to like football which led to his signing with Union College
LUGOFF-ELGINS EVAN OBRIAN signed a national Letter of Intent to continue his academic and football-playing pursuits at Union College. He was joined for the occasion by his mother, Kathleen OBrian, and Dave Thomas (seated) who was the Demons interim head coach last season. Looking on from behind, from left, are L-E interim athletic director Craig Marlow, OBrians church youth minister, John Quarters, who was standing in for OBrians father, Shawn OBrian, who was unable to attend the ceremony due to his working in Baltimore, and L-E principal Worth Thomasson.
Usually, signing day allows a high school student-athlete time to look back and reflect on what led up to this special occasion. Most times the signee will tell a story of how, when they were younger, they envisioned themselves signing with a college and how they built their career from some point in their lives. Then, there is Evan O’Brian.