He said there will be plenty more to follow in the coming months.
The one in-state player ABU signed last Wednesday was Malik Cobb of Martinsburg.
The Battlers signed four players out of the state of Virginia, which was the most of any state.
Alderson Broaddus has endured lots of change over the last couple of years, first developing a new program and then building a brand new stadium. The momentum has carried over into the offseason, where the Battlers plan to bring in a whole new crop of players that are dedicated to bringing the program to new heights.
Creehan said he is extremely happy with the way it all turned out.
"I'm more excited this year than I have been in any year since I've been back in this area. This is the first time since I left pro football, that we've had all of our guys sign on Signing Day. We've never had that before. So I feel like that's a really good sign for us. I feel like we've generated so much momentum with the start of our new program and the building of the new stadium, that it's all starting to come together for us now and it's paying off in recruiting."