Former Dollarway High School three-sport athlete Kabion Ento, center, signed his national letter of intent to play football at Colorado on Wednesday at his family’s home in Pine Bluff. Ento, a wide receiver, signs with the Buffaloes out of the Pac-12 Conference after two years at East Central Community College in Decatur, Mississippi. After wrapping up his Cardinal career with The Commercial’s Defensive Player of the Year honor, Ento focused on offense at East Central where he shined for the Warriors. Ento helped East Central win the Heart of Texas bowl this season, hauling in a 38-yard touchdown in the game. Ento plans to major in education when he enrolls at the Boulder-based school in January. Wednesday was the first day JUCO recruits could sign with four-year schools. Pictured with Ento are, seated, A’Kyre Ento, daughter; Vonda S. Rogers, mother; Lillie M. Reeves, grandmother; and standing, Willie A. Rogers, father; coach Lee Hardman; Akkeva Howard, girlfriend; Kamaree J. Ento, brother; coach Ellis Berry; LaShonaka Miller, sister.

Former Dollarway High School three-sport athlete Kabion Ento, center, signed his national letter of intent to play football at Colorado on Wednesday at his family’s home in Pine Bluff. Ento, a wide receiver, signs with the Buffaloes out of the Pac-12 Conference after two years at East Central Community College in Decatur, Mississippi. After wrapping up his Cardinal career with The Commercial’s Defensive Player of the Year honor, Ento focused on offense at East Central where he shined for the Warriors. Ento helped East Central win the Heart of Texas bowl this season, hauling in a 38-yard touchdown in the game. Ento plans to major in education when he enrolls at the Boulder-based school in January. Wednesday was the first day JUCO recruits could sign with four-year schools. Pictured with Ento are, seated, A’Kyre Ento, daughter; Vonda S. Rogers, mother; Lillie M. Reeves, grandmother; and standing, Willie A. Rogers, father; coach Lee Hardman; Akkeva Howard, girlfriend; Kamaree J. Ento, brother; coach Ellis Berry; LaShonaka Miller, sister.