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    Re: 2019 Recruiting Class thread

    Southeastern Louisiana is currently at 20 signed ... expecting a couple of more today and the rest in February.
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    Re: 2019 Recruiting Class thread

    So far I see UCA has these signees:

    Community College transfers:
    TJ Campbell- LB- Co-Lin C.C. Southaven Miss. 6'1" 210
    Davis Harrison- DB- Jones C.C. - Meridian Miss. 6'0" 190
    DJ Reed, NMCC- LB- Horn Lake, Miss. 6'2" 215

    SEC transfers:
    Jarrod Barnes- WR- University of Arkansas- 5'11' 183- consensus 3 star
    Tobias Enlow- WR- University of Arkansas- 6'2" 207

    High School:
    Chandler Caughron- K- 6' 195 (played both soccer and football) 2 star
    Donte Jones- DB- 5'11" 178- 3 star
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    Re: 2019 Recruiting Class thread

    Furman signs a small but impressive early class.
    Two commits asked if they could wait till February to sign.
    My guess is one is Cally Chizik a DB and Josh Slay a highly recruited over 28 offers and climbing linebacker.

    Jack Barton, DL, 6-4, 225, Fr., Alpharetta, Ga. / Centennial H.S.
    Jacob Johanning, OL, 6-3, 260, Fr., Simpsonville, S.C. / St. Joseph's Catholic School
    Austin Jones, S, 5-11, 180, Fr., Tiger, Ga. / Rabun County H.S.
    Devonte Jones, DL, 6-2, 307, Fr., Anderson, S.C. / T.L. Hanna H.S.
    Evan Jumper, OL, 6-4, 240, Fr., Myrtle Beach, S.C. / Myrtle Beach H.S.
    Bryce McCormick, LB/TE, 6-2, 218, Fr., Franklin, Tenn. / Christ Presbyterian Academy
    Jalen Miller, LB, 5-11, 200, Fr., Duncan, S.C. / Byrnes H.S.
    Dominic Roberto, RB, 5-11, 230, Fr., Fayetteville, N.C. / Pine Forest H.S.
    Pearson Toomey, OL, 6-3, 250, Fr., Jacksonville Beach, Fla. / The Bolles School

    Barton, Jumper, and McCormick combined had 60 offers. A Jones, D Jones, Miller and Toomey each had 9 offers or more.

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    Re: 2019 Recruiting Class thread

    SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA signs 23 during early period

    Southeastern Louisiana Football 2019 Signing Class
    Darrian Achane – ATH – 5-9 – 178 – Jennings, La. – Jennings HS
    Jaylin Armwood – DB – 6-2 – 184 – Baton Rouge, La. – Catholic HS
    Lucien Babino – DB – 5-11 – 182 – Marrero, La. – John Ehret HS
    Robert Buquoi – DB – 6-2 – 197 – Covington, La. – St. Paul's HS
    Herman Christophe – LB – 5-11 – 223 – Plaquemine, La. – Plaquemine HS
    Kendall Collins Jr. – RB – 5-7 – 183 – New Orleans, La. – De La Salle HS
    Michael Corner Jr. – WR – 6-1 – 175 – New Orleans, La. – Edna Karr HS
    Justin Douglas – DB – 5-10 – 165 – Atlanta, Ga. – Mount Vernon Presbyterian School
    Hayden Hagler – TE – 6-3 – 220 – Sulphur, La. – Sulphur HS
    Darrius Harry – LB – 6-2 – 218 – New Orleans, La. – East Jefferson HS
    Michael Henderson – LB – 5-11 – 251 – Baton Rouge, La. – Madison Prep Academy
    Alex Huszar – LB – 6-0 – 215 – Destrehan, La. – Destrehan HS
    Ron Madison – LB – 6-3 – 230 – New Iberia, La. - Westgate HS
    Gregory Mahtook – DB – 6-0 – 186 – Lafayette, La. – St. Thomas More HS
    Carrington McClinton – DB – 5-9 – 188 – Lake Charles, La. – Washington Marion HS
    Davion Nassri – LB – 5-11 – 208 – Victorville, Calif. – Denham Springs HS
    J'Vonte Powers – DB – 5-9 – 160 – Plaquemine, La. – Plaquemine HS
    Jaeden Ridgeway – DL – 6-2 – 254 – Pascagoula, Miss. – Pearl River CC/Pascagoula HS
    Mason Schucker – QB – 6-4 – 207 – Searcy, Ark. – Hutchinson (Kan.) CC/Searcy HS
    Dontrell Smith – CB – 5-10 – 168 – Destrehan, La. – Destrehan HS
    Josh Smith – DL – 6-4 – 276 – New Orleans, La. – Pearl River CC/Landry-Walker HS
    Eldridge Walker – DL – 6-2 – 251 – Marrero, La. – John Ehret HS
    Brockhim Wicks – OL – 6-2 – 302 – Plaquemine, La. – Plaquemine HS

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    2019 The Citadel Football Signing Class
    Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown High School
    Remus Bulmer A-Back 5-7 185 Missouri City, Texas Sam Houston State
    Logan Billings LB 6-0 200 Spartanburg, South Carolina Boiling Springs
    Logan Braucht LB 6-0 212 Waycross, Georgia Ware County
    Andy Davis DB 6-0 200 Canton, Georgia Creekview
    Tereis Drayton DL 6-2 270 Charleston, South Carolina James Island
    Nick Grier DL 6-3 250 Snellville, Georgia South Gwinnett
    Robert Harbor DL 6-0 290 Richmond, Texas Foster
    Jake Kenison DB 6-1 190 Simpsonville, South Carolina Hillcrest
    Jay Lagroon LB 6-3 200 Anderson, South Carolina TL. Hanna
    Michael McDowell LB 6-1 215 Boiling Springs, South Carolina Boiling Springs
    Antareus Pressley DB 6-0 160 Anderson, South Carolina Belton-Honea Path
    Nic Rogers DL 6-1 230 Columbia, South Carolina Blythewood
    Stephon Stokes OL 6-2 295 Greenville, South Carolina Greenville
    Hayden Williamson LB 6-1 210 Okinawa, Japan Kubasaki

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    #1 by Seminole Indian on 19 Dec 2018
    CONWAY, Ark. _ The University of Central Arkansas Bears added six mid-year signees on Wednesday, according to head coach Nathan Brown.

    The newest Bears include: wide receiver Jarrod Barnes from Cabot, Ark. (University of Arkansas); wide receiver Tobias Enlow from North Little Rock, Ark. (University of Arkansas); linebacker T.J. Campbell from Southhaven, Miss. (Copiah Lincoln Community College); defensive end/bandit D.J. Reed from Horn Lake, Miss. (Northwest Community College); safety/nickel Davis Harrison from Meridian, Miss. (Jones Community College), and safety/nickel Trenton Dunn from Little Rock, Ark. (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M).

    Barnes is a 5-foot-11, 185-pounder from Cabot High School who as the 2016 Arkansas Preps Male Athlete of the Year.
    • 2016 ESPN 4 Star Recruit
    • 2016 247 & Rivals 3 Star Recruit
    • 2016 247 #2 Prospect in Arkansas
    • 2016 #1 Prospect in Arkansas
    • 2016 247 #20 Athlete in the country
    • 3 Time 7A All-State
    • 2016 Arkansas Preps Male Athlete of the Year
    • Other Offers (Out of High School): Ole Miss, Auburn, Missouri, Memphis, Iowa State, Louisville, Tulsa, North Texas, Arkansas State

    "Jarrod will be one of the most decorated transfers we have had here at UCA,' said Brown. "He brings unbelievable play making ability at the wide receiver position for us. Not only is he great with the ball in his hand but he also has breakaway speed to go score from anywhere. We had an immediate need at this spot and Jarrod is going to help bridge that gap as soon as he steps on campus is January.

    "He is local kid that understands what we are about and who we are as a program. One great thing about Jarrod is he will have three years of eligibility left. I can also see him helping us in the return game as well.'

    Enlow is a 6-2, 205-pounder who starred at North Little Rock High School.
    • 2015 247 2 Star Recruit
    • 2015 Rivals 3 Star Recruit
    • 2015 247 #14 Prospect in Arkansas
    • 2015 247 #147 Wide Receiver Prospect in the country
    • Other Offers (Out of High School): UCA, Southeast Missouri, Missouri State, Tennessee Martin

    "Tobias has always been a special kid to me,' said Brown. "I recruited him when he was coming out of North Little Rock High School in 2015. I got to know him and his family really well throughout the process. I always knew he could be a special player and now I look forward to seeing him do that on "The Stripes" here in Conway. He is a great route runner with good speed. He can catch the 50/50 balls that you expect big receivers to catch.

    "Tobias adds immediate depth and competition to our wide receiver room just like Jarrod does. He was itching for an opportunity to showcase his skills, I'm just glad he chose us to play the last two years of his career.'

    Campbell is a 6-1, 235-pound linebacker who played at Southaven High School.
    • 2018 Stats: 48 Tackles, 5 TFL, 2 FF, 1 FR
    • 2017 MACJC All-State Honorable Mention
    • 247 Listed Prospect
    • Other Offers: Jackson State, Tennessee Tech, Southeastern LA

    "TJ held down the middle of Co-Lin's defense this year,' Brown said. "The Mississippi junior college league has some great offenses and TJ was a huge part at stopping those offenses and having one of the best defenses in the league. He is a physical kid who can really run side to side against spread offenses. I think his strength is in the box. He loves to play physical and is really good at it.

    "He has a unique journey and story to get where he has gotten. I am excited for Bear fans to get to know TJ and his relentless pursuit of a dream. He is going to be a stable force for us in the middle for the next two years.'

    Reed is a 6-3, 240-pounder defensive end from Horn Lake High School.
    • 2017 Season Stats: 38 Tackles, 4 Sacks, 5 TFL, 1 FR
    • 2018 Season Stats: 44 Tackles, 5 Sacks, 8 TFL, 2 FF, 1 FR
    • 2018 All MACJC
    • Biloxi Star Region Team
    • Rivals 2 Star Recruit
    • 247 Listed Prospect
    • Other Offers: Southern Miss, South Alabama, Louisiana Monroe, Murray State, Eastern Kentucky, Southeast Missouri State, Austin Peay, Jacksonville State

    "DJ is one of the most talented and explosive players we have been able to sign out of a junior college in my time here as a coach,' said Brown. "He is a versatile athlete that can play three or four positions. One thing DJ can do is rush the passer. He led Northwest in sacks this past year and ended his two-year career with 9 sacks in a very good league.

    "We had to battle a lot of great programs to get him in the end. I think he will have a huge impact on our defense and help take us to another level on that side of the football. You will be hearing the name DJ Reed a lot over the next two years'

    Harrison is a 6-1, 198-pounder who played at Lamar High School in Meridian, Miss.
    • 2018 Season Stats: 38 Tackles, 8.5 TFL, 1 INT, 1 FF, 1 TD
    • MACJC All Academic Honor
    • Rivals Listed Prospect
    • Other Offers: Jackson State, Tennessee State, Delta State, West Alabama

    "Davis is what you would call a ball player,' Brown said. "When we turned the film on to evaluate him we couldn't help but say we have to sign him. He was used all over the field for Coach Buckley at Jones. He would line up at corner, safety, linebacker, and defensive end. He also was their holder and wildcat QB.

    "The way he plays reminds me of Seth Allison who was an All American outside linebacker here for us a few years back. I think Davis will be a great player over the next two years and a guy you can't keep off the football field.'

    Dunn is a 6-2, 205-pound safety who played at Robinson High School in Little Rock.
    • 247 Listed Prospect
    • 2015 Hootens All Arkansas Team
    • 2015 4A All-State Selection
    • Robinson High School Leading Tackler

    "Trenton unfortunately missed most of the 2018 season at NEO with a torn ACL,' Brown said. "We have known about Trent over the last couple years because of his prep career at Robinson High School in Little Rock. I think we are getting a steal and someone who can come in and contribute right away with his size and physical play at the position he plays.

    "Trent's best years of football are ahead of him. I look forward to putting him in our defensive backfield and letting him go to work. He should be cleared to go through some spring drills coming off his knee injury. I would expect him to be full go leading into the 2019 season.'

    Brown and his staff expect one more mid-year student-athlete to sign on Thursday, bringing their total of January enrollees to seven. All high school signees will be announced in conjunction with the February national signing period.

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    Re: 2019 Recruiting Class thread

    After it was all said and done today NDSU signed 13 more student-athletes for football bringing their 2019 recruiting class up to a whopping 38; 27 scholarship commits and 11 recruited walk-ons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    After it was all said and done today NDSU signed 13 more student-athletes for football bringing their 2019 recruiting class up to a whopping 38; 27 scholarship commits and 11 recruited walk-ons.

    Do the bison only have 58 returning Players on any scholarships?
    Do they only have 57 returning Players, including non-schollie returning Players?
    (I know that math doesn’t work well).

    Curious because I believe Teams are limited to 85 scholarship Players (on 63 scholarship equivalents) & to having only 95 in camp before school starts.

    Maybe some of those 11 were “Recruited Walk-ons,” but are not “Preferred Walk-ons” (invited to camp).

    If their returning numbers are down in the 50’s, unless some of those signees are Early Enrolees, spring Practice could be interesting. I think Teams usually have 65-75 guys participate in Spring Ball.

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    Re: 2019 Recruiting Class thread

    Though itís a lot, Iíll emulate BEARís post about UCAís December signing class...for Mercer

    Mercer Adds Five Signees to #MUvment19 Class - Bears round out their 2019 signing class with 22 total signees

    MACON, Ga. Ė The Mercer University football team announced the signing of five more future student-athletes on Wednesday, rounding out a 22-man group that will make up the #MUvment19 signing class.

    The Bears' five additions include defensive lineman Richard Benton Jr. (Atlanta, Ga.), kicker Devin Folser(McDonough, Ga.), defensive lineman Chris Hill(Statesboro, Ga.), wide receiver Yahsyn McKee(Stockbridge, Ga.) and defensive lineman Solomon Zubairu (Lawrenceville, Ga.).

    The 22 #MUvment19 signees span five states Ė 15 from Georgia, four from Florida and one apiece from Alabama, Ohio and Tennessee. Included in the class are four defensive linemen, four defensive backs, three offensive linemen, three linebackers, two running backs, two tight end, one quarterback, one wide receiver, one long snapper and one kicker.

    "I can't say enough about our coaching staff's efforts to land the impressive 22 young men that make up our #MUvment19 signing class," said head coach Bobby Lamb. "A 22-man signing class is very large for the FCS level and we believe that we have the right mix of players offensively, defensively and on special teams. We filled in some gaps position-wise and we believe this class has what it takes to be something special in the upcoming years."

    Signing Class Breakdown
    Position Signees State Signees
    DL 4 Georgia 15
    DB 4 Florida 4
    LB 3 Alabama 1
    OL 3 Ohio 1
    RB 2 Tennessee 1
    TE 2
    QB 1
    WR 1
    LS 1
    K 1

    Mercer Football 2019 Signing Class
    Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Previous School)
    Richard Benton Jr. DL 6-2 243 Fr. Atlanta, Ga. (B.E.S.T. Academy)
    Kendall Bohler DB 5-10 163 Fr. Ocoee, Fla. (Ocoee HS)
    Justin Bray TE 6-3 227 Fr. Collierville, Tenn. (St. George's Independent)
    Richie Coffey DB 5-10 167 Fr. Jacksonville, Fla. (Baldwin HS)
    Fred Davis RB 5-10 196 Fr. Fortson, Ga. (Northside HS)
    Colton Dingmore OL 6-3 252 Fr. Forsyth, Ga. (Mary Persons HS)
    Devin Folser K 6-2 170 Fr. McDonough, Ga. (Ola HS)
    Dylan Fromm QB 5-11 204 Fr. Warner Robins, Ga. (Warner Robins HS)
    Joel Girtman, Jr. DB 5-9 191 Fr. College Park, Ga. (Westlake HS)
    Chris Hill DL 6-2 260 Fr. Statesboro, Ga. (Statesboro HS)
    Aidan Higgins OL 5-11 256 Fr. Duluth, Ga. (Mountain View HS)
    Zach Hopkins LB 6-0 212 Fr. Madison, Ala. (James Clemens HS)
    Gavin Hughes LB 6-2 210 Fr. Rome, Ga. (Coosa HS)
    Zach Lassiter LS 6-0 194 Fr. Cochran, Ga. (Bleckley County HS)
    Brandon Marshall RB 5-7 175 Fr. Jacksonville, Fla. (Raines HS)
    Yahsyn McKee WR 5-10 172 Fr. Stockbridge, Ga. (Stockbridge HS)
    Pedro Rodriguez TE 6-2 235 Fr. Lake Mary, Fla. (Lake Mary HS)
    Pat Rogers DL 6-0 261 Fr. Screven, Ga. (Wayne County HS)
    Luke Szabados LB 6-2 230 Fr. Liberty Township, Ohio (Moeller HS)
    John Thomas OL 6-3 291 Fr. Marietta, Ga. (Hillgrove HS)
    Lance Wise DB 5-8 179 Fr. Marietta, Ga. (Hillgrove HS)
    Solomon Zubairu DL 6-1 240 Fr. Lawrenceville, Ga. (Archer HS)

    *Italics Ė players who signed on Feb. 6, 2019

    Richard Benton Jr. (DL, 6-2, 243, Atlanta, Ga.)
    High School
    • Four-year letterwinner at B.E.S.T. Academy in Atlanta, Ga.
    • Starred at outside linebacker under head coach Joshua Moore
    • Totaled 27 sacks (14 as a junior) in prep career (per MaxPreps)
    • Recorded 190 career tackles, including career-best 78 as a senior (per MaxPreps)
    • Four-time AA Region 6 All-State selection
    • Listed as SoCon's top recruit in 2019 signing class by HERO Sports FCS
    • Received 30-plus scholarship offers, including 17 from FBS schools
    • Earned Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl award
    • Expected to finish in the top 10 of his graduating class
    • Also ran track & swam at B.E.S.T. Academy; was a two-time state qualifier in track

    Devin Folser
    (K, 6-2, 170, McDonough, Ga.)

    High School
    • Two-year letterwinner at Ola High School in McDonough, Ga.
    • Was Mustangs' kicker under head coach Jared Zito
    • Owns Ola HS record for longest field goal (51 yards)
    • Named GHSA Region 4-AAAAA Specialist of the Year & earned First Team All-Region honors as a senior
    • Was also a standout soccer player for Ola HS, leading Mustangs in goals scored over three seasons
    • Member of Olympic Developmental Academy for soccer in 2016-17
    • Member of Ola HS' National Honor Society, Beta Club, Quill & Scroll NHS

    Chris Hill
    (DL, 6-2, 260, Statesboro, Ga.)

    High School
    • Four-year letterwinner at Statesboro High School (Statesboro, Ga.)
    • Played linebacker, defensive end & tight end under head coach Jeff Kaiser
    • Two-time All-Region 2 AAAAA honoree
    • Earned Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) All-State honors
    • Member of school's DECA club & Special Olympics committee
    • Also played basketball & ran track at Statesboro HS

    Yahsyn McKee
    (WR, 5-10, 172, Stockbridge, Ga.)

    High School
    • Two-year letterwinner at Stockbridge High School in Stockbridge, Ga.
    • Played multiple positions as an athlete under head coach Kevin Whitley
    • Helped Tigers go 12-2 overall & 6-1 in GHSA Region 4 AAAAA
    • Totaled 1,266 all-purpose yards & 11 TDs as a senior, including 298 rushing & 523 receiving yards (per MaxPreps)
    • Earned GHSA All-State honors as a senior
    • Honor roll student & early graduate
    • Also played basketball & ran track for the Tigers

    Solomon Zubairu
    (DL, 6-1, 240, Lawrenceville, Ga.)

    High School
    • Four-year letterwinner at Archer High School in Lawrenceville, Ga.
    • Played defensive end & linebacker for the Tigers under head coach Andy Dyer
    • Was a team captain for the Tigers
    • Named to All-Region First Team & All-County Second Team as a senior
    • Totaled 46 tackles, including 16 tackles for loss & six sacks, as a senior (per MaxPreps)
    • Helped Archer HS reach GHSA AAAAAAA Final Four in 2018
    • Earned eight weekly Gwinnett County honors

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    UNI signed 31

    19 scholarship
    12 walk on

    1 verbal did not sign today but likely still ends up at uni if a few things with themselves out

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