Senior Landon Seely signed with Benedictine College on Wednesday, April 4. Seely, who has played a number of different sports at Excelsior Springs High School, will continue his football career and plans to study in their pre-dentistry program.
“I received a scholarship and look to have my major in pre-dentistry. It’s a great campus and environment,” commented Seely
Seely received a football letter award all four years. Seely also received All-State Defensive Back, All-District defensive back, All-Conference defensive back, and athlete. Excelsior Springs honored Seely with team MVP and special team MVP for football.
In addition to his success in football, Seely excelled in basketball, track, and baseball. He received a letter all four years from basketball. He received defensive MVP twice, and basketball All-Conference. Seely also received a letter from freshman year to junior year in track, along with one letter from baseball. Seely looks to letter in track again this year, as well as in golf.
Benedictine College football is coached by Larry Wilcox, who has been head coach since the fall of 1979. Wilcox is Benedictine College very own and has coached the Ravens to an overall record of 268-143. Wilcox earned his 250th career win at Benedictine in 2014, making him one of only four coaches in NAIA history to reach the 250-win career milestone. Wilcox last season led his team to 3-2 home record and a 6-1 away record for a 9-3 overall record.