Four standout performers from Laramie High School signed their national letter of intent (NLI) Wednesday morning to pursue their dream of competing at the collegiate level.

Seniors Jacqui Pulley, Drew Burman, Jonah Henry and Joel Moline were part of a small signing ceremony in the library at Laramie High School.

Jacqui Pulley signed to play soccer at the University of Northern Colorado. Pulley has been a standout for the Laramie Lady Plainsmen soccer team for the past three seasons, with her senior season still to come. She's a two-time 4A All-State and All-Conference honoree.

Pulley has helped the LHS girls' to third place finishes at the 4A State Soccer Championships each of the last two seasons and a runner-up finish in 2011. Pulley helped Laramie win a 4A East Regional title in 2013. She has also played volleyball and basketball in her career at LHS.

Drew Burman will continue his career on the baseball diamond. He signed with Colorado School of Mines. Burman was the 2013 Wyoming Single 'A' American Legion baseball Co-Pitcher of the Year and was selected First Team All-State in 2013.

He was 5-4 last season with three saves and a 1.79 earned run average (ERA). Burman appeared in 17 games on the mound last year for the Rangers and tossed 54.2 innings. Also Laramie's centerfielder, he hit .403 with 46 rbi, 43 runs scored and 71 hits, which included 14 extra base hits.

It's expected that Burman will play centerfield for the Orediggers. He's also been part of the Plainsmen football and basketball teams during his high school career.

Jonah Henry has been a standout runner in his career at LHS. He signed his NLI to compete in the brown and gold for the Wyoming Cowboys and coach Bryan Berryhill. Henry was the 2013 4A State Cross Country Champion as an individual on the 5K course. He helped the Plainsmen win back-to-back state titles in 2012 and 2013, as well as runner-up in 2010 and third in 2011.

He's a three-time All-State performer in cross country and also earned All-State honors in both indoor and outdoor track and field in 2013. In addition to cross country and track, Henry has also played soccer for the Plainsmen.

Joel Moline signed to play football at Morningside College in Sioux City, IA. He was a two-year letter winner for the Plainsmen football team. He was a starter on the offensive and defensive lines as a junior and senior. Moline earned honorable mention All-Conference honors on the O-line in 2013.

He also helped the Plainsmen reach the 4A playoffs in 2013, after they missed out in 2012. Moline also participated in basketball at LHS.