Fall Signing Week got under way on Wednesday and many of the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tristate standouts whose verbal commitments you’ve read about here have already made it official. . Be sure to send in your Signing Week photos for publication on LaxLessons.com. Email them to info@laxlessons.com.

At the top of the page, Don Bosco Prep (N.J.) college-bound senior, top row, from left: Jimmy Danaher (Marquette), Will Collopy (Fairfield), Erik Cannon (Lafayette) and Frank Di Giacomo (VMI); and bottom row: Brady Wulster (Boston U.), Jack Ray (Navy), Max Allen (Merrimack), Marc Buerman (Holy Cross), Nick Buchanan (Lafayette) and Dan Mazurek (Binghamton).

Above, college-bound seniors from the Salisbury School (Conn.).

Seven of St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) seniors who are future collegiate players with head coach Keith Wieczorek.

* 2012 Fall Signing Week story/photo archive

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Posted In: 2012 National Letter of Intent Fall Signing Week, Recruiting Rundown

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