ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — Three Enterprise Wildcats signed to advance their academic and athletic careers on National Signing Day.

Mykel Johnson will keep his talents close to home at Troy University.

Johnson has played several offensive positions and signs as an athlete with the Trojans’ program.

His senior season with the Wildcats Johnson totaled more than 1900 yards overall, averaging nearly 160 per game and scored 19 touchdowns earning him 7A Second-Team All-State honors.

He credits Enterprise with teaching him discipline and toughness.

Johnson received offers from several schools, but he waited for the right one to come along.

“It just felt like home, a brotherhood, the coaches came for me,” Johnson said. “It was one I was looking at for a while. It just took a little while.”

Troy Head Coach Jon Sumrall played an important role in Johnson’s college decision telling the young athlete he thinks he will fit in well with the Trojans.

Trevon Kemmerlin will play ball for the University of West Florida Argonauts.

The wide receiver says part of the program’s was appeal was its Pensacola location.

Before he gets there he is working on getting bigger, stronger and faster.

His senior season Kemmerlin had 27 catches for 468 yards and eight touchdowns.

He is grateful the competition at Enterprise helped get him to where he is now.

“Ever since I was little I wanted to play college football,” Kemmerlin said. “It’s been a dream for me. I just achieved it and worked every day. West Florida has been there for me”

Kemmerlin is a dual sport athlete who says that basketball helps him keep his stamina up.

Chris Foster is off to McPherson college in Kansas.

Foster says he has been dreaming of this day since he was young.

The center graded out at 92 percent his senior year with 78 knockdowns averaging 6.5 per game.

He will compete for the starting center position when he joins the Bulldogs’ program in the fall.

Foster loves his sport.

During his junior season Foster’s father passed away.

He says his teammates and playing football helped him navigate such a difficult time in his life.

Chris foster/mcpherson college “It prepares you for anything really, tough times, rough times,” Foster said. “Like I said my dad passing, it really braced you for that and it helped.”

Growing up in a military family Foster has lived in several different parts of the world including Alaska and he is excited to get back to cooler temperatures in Kansas.