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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #15 on: February 05, 2020, 05:34:00 PM »
Alabama A&M University
2020 Signee Roster
NAME   POS   HT   WT   HOMETOWN   PREV SCHOOL   SIGNED
Tre'von Allen   DL   6-1   239   Miami, Fla.   Miami Central Senior High School   

Adrian Barrett   OL   6-4   325   Bartow, Fla.   Bartow Senior High School   

Dimitris Biamby   LB   5-10   200   Coral Gables, Fla.   Coral Gables Senior High School   

Dylan Blackburn   RB   6-1   208   Madison, Ala.   James Clemens High School   

Nevell Brown   OL   6-4   280   West Palm Beach, Fla.   Palm Beach Lakes High School   

Lee Coleman   DE   6-4   255   Madison, Ala.   James Clemens High School   

James Davis   CB   6-0   160   Belle Glades, Fla.   Glades Central High School   

Khalil Griffin   S   6-0   190   Harvest, Ala.   Sparkman High School   

Dejuan Hughes   S   6-2   190   Crawfordville, Fla.   Wakula High School   

Alvin Jones III   RS   5-5   150   Tallahassee, Fla.   Amos P. Godby High School   

Michael Makins   LB   6-0   215   Lithonia, Ga.   Stephenson High School   

Ryan Morrow   RB   6-0   203   Maplesville, Ala.   Maplesville High School   

Israel Mukwiza   OL   6-2   324   Lawrenceville, Ga.   Archer High School   

Joseph Narcisse   CB   6-1   180   Miami, Fla.   Booker T. Washington High School   

Antonio Robinson   RB   6-0   190   Decatur, Ala.   Austin High School   

Cameron Smith   QB   6-4   190   Fort Lauderdale, Fla.   American Heritage High School   

Carson Vinson   OL   6-6   305   Cary, N.C.   Panther Creek High School   

Cameron Williams   OL   6-2   290   Montgomery, Ala.   Park Crossing High School   
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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #16 on: February 05, 2020, 05:39:29 PM »
Benedict College

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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2020, 05:53:58 PM »
The Benedict situation is a shame.....

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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #18 on: February 05, 2020, 06:52:44 PM »
Obviously you didn't see WXII Sports this evening.  Did that dude GO to A&T? :o

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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #19 on: February 05, 2020, 07:31:56 PM »
I was surprised to see the display that Morehouse gave their signees with all but one in a Morehouse uniform. With the entire backfield coming back, I was hoping I would see some 300 pound offensive linemen. There were none. Alabama A % M has three. Morehouse has three linemen over 250 pounds and Alabama A & M has six. If quality is even, size does matter.

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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #20 on: February 06, 2020, 07:33:36 AM »
"TU"skegee signs 19.

https://goldentigersports.com/news/2020/2/5/football-golden-tigers-sign-19-on-national-signing-day.aspx

2020 Signees (Click Last Name For Highlight Video)
   Last    First    High School/ College    HT    WT    Position    Home Town
   Bowens    Jaylen    Riverside CC    6'3    210    LB    Chattanooga, TN
   Bryant    Terry    Holmes CC    5'11    220    FB    Prentiss, MS
   Clark    Kalai    Antelope Valley CC    6'1    310    DT    Poca, WV
   Corprew    Jalen    Green Hope HS    6'2    225    LB    Cary, NC
   Davis    Abdul    Kennesaw State    6'3    289    DT    Macon, GA
   Davis    Tazhaun    Smith HS    6'4    210    LB    Greensboro, NC
   Delafield    Marquez    Fort Scott CC    6'3    185    CB    Green Cove Springs, FL
   Dorsey    Charles    Miami Central HS    6'1    245    OL    North Miami Beach, FL
   Favors    Julian    Opelika HS    6'1    285    OL    Opelika , AL
   Jones    Wilfred    Ribault HS    6'3    260    OL    Jacksonville, FL
   Montrevil    Jonathan    Miami- Edison HS    6'0    170    WR    Miami, FL
   Pettaway    Damarhi    Tampa Bay Tech HS    6'0    175    CB    Riverview, FL
   Poole    KaDarious    Mandarin HS    5'11    190    S    Palatka, FL
   Sinclair    Calvin    Lee HS    6'2    265    DE    Jacksonville, FL
   Summage    Reggie    Jeff Davis HS    6'2    165    WR    Montgomery, AL
   Taylor    Jalen    Stockbridge HS    6'0    185    WR    Riverdale, GA
   Thurston    Takori    Monsignor Pace HS    5'7    180    RB    Miami Gardens, Florida
   Turner    Jajuan    Parker HS    5'11    186    RB    Jacksonville, FL
   Wells    Craig    Independence CC    6'0    200    QB    West Palm Beach, FL
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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #21 on: February 06, 2020, 07:42:22 AM »
Grambling State University  :nod: :bow:

https://gsutigers.com/news/2020/2/5/football-grambling-tigers-round-out-total-of-25-for-national-signing-day.aspx

7 Mid-Year Signees That Enrolled in January

DL Zion Cage: Navarro CC Transfer/ 6'7, 260lbs

DL Jalon Sheffield: South Alabama Transfer from Tallahassee FL/ 6'2, 255lbs

SAF Lawrence Asiedu: Fort Scott CC Transfer from Austin TX/ All-KJCCC Honorable Mention Defensive Back/ 5'11, 195lbs

SAF Hurshie Williams: Originally from Harker Heights TX/ Cisco CC Transfer/ 6'0, 195lbs

SAF Myron Stewart: MS Gulf Coast Transfer from Port Gibson MS/ 6'1, 190lbs

QB Elijah Walker: Originally from Amite HS in Amite, LA/ LA Tech Transfer to Hinds CC/ MACJC 2nd Team All-Conference Quarterback/ Threw for over 1500yrds & 12 TDs this past season/ 6'3, 220lbs

OL DeMarcus Tinsley: Dodge City CC Transfer, originally from Newnan GA/ 6'4, 325lbs
 

18 Signees that Will Enroll for the Fall 2020

OL Jaxson Sanders: White Hall HS in Arkansas/ 6'3, 303lbs

OL Egan Atkins: ASA CC in NY Transfer/ NJCAA All American/ First Team All-Conference/ 6'3, 315lbs

OL Josh Jefferson: UMASS Transfer to ASA CC in NY/ Former Under Armor All American in HS/ 6'4 295lbs

WR Willie "Trey" Truitt: South Gwinnett HS in GA/ Played QB & DB in HS/ Has great athleticism that can make him a versatile WR for us. Father is a former GMAN/ 6'3, 185lbs

WR Trenton Grow: West St John HS, Edgard LA/ 247 - 3 Star rating (Offers from ULM/South AL/ Southern Miss/ Tulane/ UAB) All State & All District Player/ 6'3, 185lbs

DL Keelan Cox: Manvel HS in Manvel TX/ 6'4, 220lbs

DL Javon Carter: 1st Team All District/ 1st Team All-Metro/ 1st Team All Parish/ All State Honorable Mention/ 6'3, 245lbs

CB Tyron Hall: From Lone Star HS, Frisco TX/ 2nd Team All District/ 6'2, 185lbs

CB Reyondous Estes: Originally from East St Louis, Illinois/ Univ of Minnesota Transfer to Riverside CC in Cali/ Athletic twitchy corner that will make a big impact in the CB room. 3 star athlete out of HS with multiple power 5 offers/ 6'0, 175lbs (JUCO went 13-0 this past season)

CB Dayron Butler: Manor HS outside of Austin TX/ Track Sprinter/ Return Man/ Very Athletic/ 5'10, 175lbs

LB Bryan Powell: Transfer from ASA CC in Miami/ Originally from SW DeKalb HS in GA. Freakish Athleticism that can help us in our LB room/ 6'3, 210lbs

LB Josh Darling: Gordo HS in Alabama/ 1st Team All State/ 1st Team All Region/ 140 tackles/ 4 sacks/ 2 INTS/ 2 FF/ also played RB/ 6'0, 215lbs

LB Demario Cleaves: Long Physical Athletic LB from Freedom Prep in Memphis TN/ 6'2, 210lbs

LB Josh Reed: Blinn CC Transfer, Originally from Houston TX / All Conference Honorable Mention/ 6'0, 235lbs

LB Walter Forte: Jonesboro HS in GA/ All Region Team/ All County Team/ All State Honorable Mention/ All County Academic Team/ 6'2, 195lbs

LB Riyan Cotton: Central HS in Baton Rouge/ Physical Downhill LB/ All District Player/ 5'11, 230lbs

LB Isaiah Conner: #1 Hybrid LB in Memphis TN, also from Freedom Prep/ 6'2, 210lbs

K/P Marquise McKnight: Madison Prep in Baton Rouge/ 1st Team All District Kicker/ 5'10/190lbs
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Re: List your signees here for 2020
« Reply #22 on: February 06, 2020, 07:44:36 AM »
Albany State Signees
Player                 Pos  Ht  Wt  Hometown/High School 
ASU Donaldson, Isaiah  OL  6-2  275 Albany, GA/ Dougherty County High School
ASU Glover, Diondre    WT  6-0  180 Covington, GA/ Newton High School
ASU Minner, Corey      DB  6-0  170 Hampton, GA/ Dutchtown High School
ASU Roberts, Nate      DB  5-10 170 Gwinnett, GA/ South Gwinnett High School
ASU Sullivan, Jhaydon  QB  5-11 195 Winder, GA/ Winder-Barrow High School
ASU Taylor, Tyree      QB  6-0  200 Live Oak, FL/ Suwannee High School
ASU Thomas, Tavaris    DB  5-11 180 Seffner, FL/ Armwood High School
ASU Turner, Jaree      WR  6-0  175 Citra, FL/ North Marion High School
ASU Williams, Deshazio DB  6-0  170 Pinson, AL/ Pinson Valley High School
ASU Williams, JaQuez   RB  5-10 185 Stone Mountain, GA/ Redan High School
ASU Oliver Svirsky     QB  6'2  190 Cupertino, CA/ De Anza Junior College
ASU Joe'Vante Shorter  WR 6'0 180 Jackson, MS/Hinds Community College
ASU Randy Fillinggame  LB 6'0 205 Bainbridge, GA/Bainbridge High School
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« Reply #23 on: February 06, 2020, 09:58:33 AM »
Albany State Signees
Player                 Pos  Ht  Wt  Hometown/High School 
ASU Donaldson, Isaiah  OL  6-2  275 Albany, GA/ Dougherty County High School
ASU Glover, Diondre    WT  6-0  180 Covington, GA/ Newton High School
ASU Minner, Corey      DB  6-0  170 Hampton, GA/ Dutchtown High School
ASU Roberts, Nate      DB  5-10 170 Gwinnett, GA/ South Gwinnett High School
ASU Sullivan, Jhaydon  QB  5-11 195 Winder, GA/ Winder-Barrow High School
ASU Taylor, Tyree      QB  6-0  200 Live Oak, FL/ Suwannee High School
ASU Thomas, Tavaris    DB  5-11 180 Seffner, FL/ Armwood High School
ASU Turner, Jaree      WR  6-0  175 Citra, FL/ North Marion High School
ASU Williams, Deshazio DB  6-0  170 Pinson, AL/ Pinson Valley High School
ASU Williams, JaQuez   RB  5-10 185 Stone Mountain, GA/ Redan High School
ASU Oliver Svirsky     QB  6'2  190 Cupertino, CA/ De Anza Junior College
ASU Joe'Vante Shorter  WR 6'0 180 Jackson, MS/Hinds Community College
ASU Randy Fillinggame  LB 6'0 205 Bainbridge, GA/Bainbridge High School

There are probably some great players in that group, but ya'll need to get some more size. At our level is hard to get good linemen.  WSSU
is having that same problem constantly. I'm not trying to shade ya'll.

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« Reply #24 on: February 06, 2020, 10:00:24 AM »
North Carolina A&T Football

The 2020 Signing Day Class

 
Javon Armstrong (6-foot-2, 260, defensive lineman, Bayboro, N.C., Pamlico County HS) –The Aggies have had the No. 1 rush defense in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) eight out of the last nine years. Armstrong should keep the strong tradition of a solid defense going. He made 281 career tackles at Pamlico County with 278 of those tackles unassisted in 39 games played.
 
Isaiah Brooks (6-foot-4, 305, offensive lineman, Clemmons, N.C., West Forsyth HS) – He is a three-star recruit by 247 sports. He is a two-time all-conference player. Journalnow.com named him to their All-Northwest team twice. His parents attended and graduated from N.C. A&T. His father Steve played football for N.C. A&T.
 
Andrew Brown (5-10, 165, kicker, Lexington, N.C., West Davidson HS) – The Aggies need someone to replace record-breaking kicker Noel Ruiz after next season. Brown made 32 of 43 field goals at West Davidson. He also made 78 extra points and recorded 77 touchbacks during kickoffs. He averaged 48.8 yards per kickoff during his career. As a senior, he was 15-for-15 in extra points and 6-for-9 in field goals.
 
Matthew Cairns (6-5, 285, offensive lineman, Cary, N.C., Cary HS) – The Aggies have starters returning along the offensive line so Cairns will be able to develop under offensive line coach Ron Mattes. Cairns played tackle in high school where he was an all-conference performer.
 
Dwayne (DJ) Crossen (6-2, 180, defensive back, Greensboro, N.C., Virginia Tech, Dudley HS) – Crosser is a transfer out of Virginia Tech. He will immediately compete for a starting position as a defensive back. He was rated as a 4-star recruit by ESPN and a three-star recruit by both 247 Sports and Rivals. He was ranked among the top-15 players in the state during his time at Dudley HS. He played two games for the Hokies in 2018.
 
Nicholas (Nick) Dobson (6-3, 215, tight end, Teachey, N.C., Wallace-Rose Hill) – Dobson played in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas as an outside linebacker. As a receiver, he had 535 yards receiving and nine touchdowns.
 
Michael (MJ) Frazier (6-5, 245, tight end, Cherry Hill, N.J., Cherry Hill East HS, Hudson Valley CC) – He could step in and play right away at tight end for the Aggies. He spent last season at Hudson Valley Community College where he played in four games. He has tremendous speed for his size.
 
Tyquan King (6-2, 215, linebacker, Dillon, Dillon, S.C.) – He also played running back in high school where he rushed for 602 yards and 15 touchdowns while averaging 8.1 yards per carry as a senior. He was honored by News 13 in South Carolina as a middle linebacker at the Blitz Banquet. He was named a three-star athlete by 247 Sports. 247 Sports also ranked him as the 65th best player in the state of South Carolina.
 
Courtney McKinney (6-1, 215, running back, Biscoe, N.C., East Montgomery HS, Wake Forest Univ.) – The idea of having a duo of Jah-Maine Martin and Courtney McKinney in the backfield excites N.C. A&T coaches. McKinney was a three-star prospect out of East Montgomery. He was ranked as the 64th best running back in the nation by 247 Sports. As a senior in high school, he rushed for 2,463 yards and 27 touchdowns. The previous year he rushed for 2,730 yards and 39 touchdowns.
 
Octavious Pringle (6-0, 295, defensive lineman, Cayce, S.C., Brookland Cayce HS, Coastal Carolina) – The Aggies last transfer out of Coastal Carolina – Jah-Maine Martin – turned out pretty well. He played as a freshman at Coastal in 2018. As a prep standout, he was named Defensive Line MVP of the All-State Combine in South Carolina in 2017. He played in the 2016 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
 
Robert Porcher (6-1, 272, defensive lineman, Orlando, Fla., Dr. Phillips HS, Virginia Tech) –He is another talent coming to Aggieland out of Blacksburg, Va. He redshirted with the Hokies in 2017 before playing 11 games in 2018. As a senior prep standout, he totaled 104 tackles, 40 tackles for loss and a single-season school record 17 sacks. Porcher also recovered two fumbles and intercepted a pass. He was named the Orlando Sentinel's Defensive Player of the Year in 2016 after making 92 tackles and recording 11 sacks. He holds Dr. Phillips school record for career sacks with 28. His sister plays volleyball for N.C. A&T and his father played 12 seasons and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection for the NFL's Detroit Lions.
 
Mychale Salahuddin (6-0, 205, defensive back/athlete, Washington, D.C., H.D. Woodson HS, University of Pittsburgh) – He is a transfer out of the University of Pittsburgh who will likely play defense, but could also play a role on special teams as a returner. He played three games for the Panthers as a true freshman in 2018 to preserve his redshirt. He played running back and was a returner during those games. As a prep standout, he was considered the top prospect out of Washington, D.C. He rushed for 1,274 yards and 12 touchdowns while averaging 10.0 yards per carry as a senior. Made the Washington Post All-Met team his senior season. He was named the nation's No. 5 all-purpose back by Rivals and 247 Sports. ESPN ranked him as the No. 33 running back.
 
Nicholas Wilds-Lawing (6-3, 180, quarterback, Concord, N.C., Northwest Cabarrus HS) – He led North West Cabarrus to a 12-2 record as a senior. He threw for 2,622 yards and 29 touchdowns while completing 63.2 percent of his passes (160-for-253). For his career, he threw for 5,374 yards, 62 touchdowns and 21 interceptions while completing 60.4 percent of his passes (336-for-556). He also rushed for 1,594 yards and 30 touchdowns in his career including 878 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior. He posted 6,968 total yards in his career.
 

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« Reply #25 on: February 06, 2020, 12:35:30 PM »
Albany State Signees
Player                 Pos  Ht  Wt  Hometown/High School 
ASU Donaldson, Isaiah  OL  6-2  275 Albany, GA/ Dougherty County High School
ASU Glover, Diondre    WT  6-0  180 Covington, GA/ Newton High School
ASU Minner, Corey      DB  6-0  170 Hampton, GA/ Dutchtown High School
ASU Roberts, Nate      DB  5-10 170 Gwinnett, GA/ South Gwinnett High School
ASU Sullivan, Jhaydon  QB  5-11 195 Winder, GA/ Winder-Barrow High School
ASU Taylor, Tyree      QB  6-0  200 Live Oak, FL/ Suwannee High School
ASU Thomas, Tavaris    DB  5-11 180 Seffner, FL/ Armwood High School
ASU Turner, Jaree      WR  6-0  175 Citra, FL/ North Marion High School
ASU Williams, Deshazio DB  6-0  170 Pinson, AL/ Pinson Valley High School
ASU Williams, JaQuez   RB  5-10 185 Stone Mountain, GA/ Redan High School
ASU Oliver Svirsky     QB  6'2  190 Cupertino, CA/ De Anza Junior College
ASU Joe'Vante Shorter  WR 6'0 180 Jackson, MS/Hinds Community College
ASU Randy Fillinggame  LB 6'0 205 Bainbridge, GA/Bainbridge High School

There are probably some great players in that group, but ya'll need to get some more size. At our level is hard to get good linemen.  WSSU
is having that same problem constantly. I'm not trying to shade ya'll.

COACHING STAFF WAS LOOKING FOR SPEED.....OL has not been a problem for us...we used to be really big upfront, it was what the prior coach liked. It was not working. IT does not work out too well in the South GA HEAT....
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« Reply #26 on: February 06, 2020, 02:02:36 PM »
Albany State Signees
Player                 Pos  Ht  Wt  Hometown/High School 
ASU Donaldson, Isaiah  OL  6-2  275 Albany, GA/ Dougherty County High School
ASU Glover, Diondre    WT  6-0  180 Covington, GA/ Newton High School
ASU Minner, Corey      DB  6-0  170 Hampton, GA/ Dutchtown High School
ASU Roberts, Nate      DB  5-10 170 Gwinnett, GA/ South Gwinnett High School
ASU Sullivan, Jhaydon  QB  5-11 195 Winder, GA/ Winder-Barrow High School
ASU Taylor, Tyree      QB  6-0  200 Live Oak, FL/ Suwannee High School
ASU Thomas, Tavaris    DB  5-11 180 Seffner, FL/ Armwood High School
ASU Turner, Jaree      WR  6-0  175 Citra, FL/ North Marion High School
ASU Williams, Deshazio DB  6-0  170 Pinson, AL/ Pinson Valley High School
ASU Williams, JaQuez   RB  5-10 185 Stone Mountain, GA/ Redan High School
ASU Oliver Svirsky     QB  6'2  190 Cupertino, CA/ De Anza Junior College
ASU Joe'Vante Shorter  WR 6'0 180 Jackson, MS/Hinds Community College
ASU Randy Fillinggame  LB 6'0 205 Bainbridge, GA/Bainbridge High School

There are probably some great players in that group, but ya'll need to get some more size. At our level is hard to get good linemen.  WSSU
is having that same problem constantly. I'm not trying to shade ya'll.

COACHING STAFF WAS LOOKING FOR SPEED.....OL has not been a problem for us...we used to be really big upfront, it was what the prior coach liked. It was not working. IT does not work out too well in the South GA HEAT....

Ok, I gotsha. I just remember Fort Valley have such a huge line last year and thought the SIAC schools needed size to combat that. However, speed kills. Good luck with that class.

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« Reply #27 on: February 06, 2020, 03:21:04 PM »
Professor!

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« Reply #28 on: February 07, 2020, 08:57:42 AM »
North Carolina A&T Football

The 2020 Signing Day Class

 
Javon Armstrong (6-foot-2, 260, defensive lineman, Bayboro, N.C., Pamlico County HS) –The Aggies have had the No. 1 rush defense in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) eight out of the last nine years. Armstrong should keep the strong tradition of a solid defense going. He made 281 career tackles at Pamlico County with 278 of those tackles unassisted in 39 games played.
 
Isaiah Brooks (6-foot-4, 305, offensive lineman, Clemmons, N.C., West Forsyth HS) – He is a three-star recruit by 247 sports. He is a two-time all-conference player. Journalnow.com named him to their All-Northwest team twice. His parents attended and graduated from N.C. A&T. His father Steve played football for N.C. A&T.
 
Andrew Brown (5-10, 165, kicker, Lexington, N.C., West Davidson HS) – The Aggies need someone to replace record-breaking kicker Noel Ruiz after next season. Brown made 32 of 43 field goals at West Davidson. He also made 78 extra points and recorded 77 touchbacks during kickoffs. He averaged 48.8 yards per kickoff during his career. As a senior, he was 15-for-15 in extra points and 6-for-9 in field goals.
 
Matthew Cairns (6-5, 285, offensive lineman, Cary, N.C., Cary HS) – The Aggies have starters returning along the offensive line so Cairns will be able to develop under offensive line coach Ron Mattes. Cairns played tackle in high school where he was an all-conference performer.
 
Dwayne (DJ) Crossen (6-2, 180, defensive back, Greensboro, N.C., Virginia Tech, Dudley HS) – Crosser is a transfer out of Virginia Tech. He will immediately compete for a starting position as a defensive back. He was rated as a 4-star recruit by ESPN and a three-star recruit by both 247 Sports and Rivals. He was ranked among the top-15 players in the state during his time at Dudley HS. He played two games for the Hokies in 2018.
 
Nicholas (Nick) Dobson (6-3, 215, tight end, Teachey, N.C., Wallace-Rose Hill) – Dobson played in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas as an outside linebacker. As a receiver, he had 535 yards receiving and nine touchdowns.
 
Michael (MJ) Frazier (6-5, 245, tight end, Cherry Hill, N.J., Cherry Hill East HS, Hudson Valley CC) – He could step in and play right away at tight end for the Aggies. He spent last season at Hudson Valley Community College where he played in four games. He has tremendous speed for his size.
 
Tyquan King (6-2, 215, linebacker, Dillon, Dillon, S.C.) – He also played running back in high school where he rushed for 602 yards and 15 touchdowns while averaging 8.1 yards per carry as a senior. He was honored by News 13 in South Carolina as a middle linebacker at the Blitz Banquet. He was named a three-star athlete by 247 Sports. 247 Sports also ranked him as the 65th best player in the state of South Carolina.
 
Courtney McKinney (6-1, 215, running back, Biscoe, N.C., East Montgomery HS, Wake Forest Univ.) – The idea of having a duo of Jah-Maine Martin and Courtney McKinney in the backfield excites N.C. A&T coaches. McKinney was a three-star prospect out of East Montgomery. He was ranked as the 64th best running back in the nation by 247 Sports. As a senior in high school, he rushed for 2,463 yards and 27 touchdowns. The previous year he rushed for 2,730 yards and 39 touchdowns.
 
Octavious Pringle (6-0, 295, defensive lineman, Cayce, S.C., Brookland Cayce HS, Coastal Carolina) – The Aggies last transfer out of Coastal Carolina – Jah-Maine Martin – turned out pretty well. He played as a freshman at Coastal in 2018. As a prep standout, he was named Defensive Line MVP of the All-State Combine in South Carolina in 2017. He played in the 2016 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas.
 
Robert Porcher (6-1, 272, defensive lineman, Orlando, Fla., Dr. Phillips HS, Virginia Tech) –He is another talent coming to Aggieland out of Blacksburg, Va. He redshirted with the Hokies in 2017 before playing 11 games in 2018. As a senior prep standout, he totaled 104 tackles, 40 tackles for loss and a single-season school record 17 sacks. Porcher also recovered two fumbles and intercepted a pass. He was named the Orlando Sentinel's Defensive Player of the Year in 2016 after making 92 tackles and recording 11 sacks. He holds Dr. Phillips school record for career sacks with 28. His sister plays volleyball for N.C. A&T and his father played 12 seasons and was a three-time Pro Bowl selection for the NFL's Detroit Lions.
 
Mychale Salahuddin (6-0, 205, defensive back/athlete, Washington, D.C., H.D. Woodson HS, University of Pittsburgh) – He is a transfer out of the University of Pittsburgh who will likely play defense, but could also play a role on special teams as a returner. He played three games for the Panthers as a true freshman in 2018 to preserve his redshirt. He played running back and was a returner during those games. As a prep standout, he was considered the top prospect out of Washington, D.C. He rushed for 1,274 yards and 12 touchdowns while averaging 10.0 yards per carry as a senior. Made the Washington Post All-Met team his senior season. He was named the nation's No. 5 all-purpose back by Rivals and 247 Sports. ESPN ranked him as the No. 33 running back.
 
Nicholas Wilds-Lawing (6-3, 180, quarterback, Concord, N.C., Northwest Cabarrus HS) – He led North West Cabarrus to a 12-2 record as a senior. He threw for 2,622 yards and 29 touchdowns while completing 63.2 percent of his passes (160-for-253). For his career, he threw for 5,374 yards, 62 touchdowns and 21 interceptions while completing 60.4 percent of his passes (336-for-556). He also rushed for 1,594 yards and 30 touchdowns in his career including 878 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior. He posted 6,968 total yards in his career.
 

Wow! What a class on paper. It seems that the rich just got richer. Maybe this is the reason they don't what to associate themselves with other HBCUs any longer.  :nod:

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« Reply #29 on: February 07, 2020, 06:06:33 PM »
You can be big and not be slow. I thought that FVSU had the right idea. And they can play in the heat. FAMU does it and so does LSU and all the major southern athletic powers. There was a post on this forum about the dangers of money games. It was entirely about the size advantage of the major colleges and the possible physical harm to the mid majors playing them. And we have seen this happen.

 

 

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