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Expanded Class A Welcomes Top Ranked New Member Southside Christian With Traditional Powers Like Lake View, Lamar, & Green Sea Floyds In Hot Pursuit, East Clarendon In Hunt Also

               HSSR 2020 Class A Pre-Season Football Rankings:

  1. Southside Christian   9. Wagener=Salley
  2. Bamberg-Ehrhardt    10. Whitmire  
  3. Lake View                   11.  Baptist Hill
  4. East Clarendon          12. Blackville St. Johns
  5. R-S-M                           13. St. Johns
  6. Green Sea Floyds       14. Branchville
  7. Lamar                           15. Johnsonville 
  8. CE Murray                   16. HKT                           

                                    

  1. Expanded Class A Welcomes Top Ranked New Member Southside Christian With Traditional Powers Like Lake View, Lamar, & Green Sea Floyds In Hot Pursuit, East Clarendon In Hunt Also

By Billy G. Baker

Publisher

Moncks Corner—Major changes have come to Class A football in South Carolina for the 2020 season, via every two-year realignment processed through the SCHSL that can move schools “up or down” based on population shifts throughout all 46 counties of the Palmetto state.

During the past two years (2018-19) there had been 32 Class A teams comprising six regions and an obvious issue was raised in 2019 when Creek Bridge closed and consolidated back into Marion and Mullins High schools, leaving only three teams left in that region when regions had been set up to send the top four teams to the playoffs. Region 3-A had 8 members comprised with schools like Wagener-Salley, Ridge Spring-Monetta and Blackville Hilda with two other regions, 2-A and 4-A having only four football playing members. 

The brain trust at the SCHSL also saw this disparity and the fact Class A had the fewest amount of football playing members of any of the five classifications in the state the past two years. So, as the 2020 season begins there are now seven regions in Class A with at least five football playing members in each region and there are 41 football playing schools in Class A this year.  The region that has stayed the most similar is Region 3 where only Estill (moved to Region 6) has been replaced by Calhoun County a former AA member. 

Several former Class AA teams are happy to be back in Class A. where they had been for years, prior to moving up to AA in recent realignments. Some of these schools include East Clarendon, now in Region 4-A. Johnsonville, now in Region 5-A, Bamberg-Ehrhardt, now in Region 6-A, and number one pre-season ranked Southside Christian now in 1-A.

Due the SCACA cancelling their annual coaches clinic in Greenville in late July, plus the fact that the HSSR was shut-down as a non-essential business by the Governor in mid-March, as Covid-19 starting spreading all across the nation, we have been unable to communicate face-to-face with the majority of the head football coaches in South Carolina as we have for 35 straight years in the past. We e-mailed  the head football coaches of all 250-plus public and independent schools in South Carolina playing varsity football team information forms back in mud-August and we did a second request e-mailing on September, 8th and just a few days before our deadline. only around 75 of them had completed the forms and e-mailed them back to us.  Therefore, we are unable to do extensive region previews this year as we have in the past. We will review each region, with their respective title sub-heads, and when no information exists from a certain school, we will simply state who the head coach is, what team they start the season with, and we include them in our region predictions as well.  We hope everyone understands that we are living in unprecedented times.

The regular season has been shortened to a maximum of seven games with region games a top priority. The top two teams in each advanced to the playoffs this year that start November, 6.  Teams that do not make the playoffs can schedule a 7th game with a non-region foe to be played on November, 6.

 

Region 1-A HSSR Prediction Order Of Finish    

  1. Southside Christian (11-2)
  2. Whitmire (7-4)
  3. McCormick (7-5)
  4. Ware Shoals (4-8)
  5.  Dixie (1-10)
  6.  Calhoun Falls  (1-7)

Southside Christian: Moved Down From AA to A With Realignment: # 1 ranked in Class A,  11-2 in 2019 and won their AA region with 4-0 record. Coach Michael Sonneborn returns 3 starters in his DL: Zach Zivitski, Michael Kennedy, & Tyler Sonneborn, with Caleb Dyer at LB. The Sabres will need replacements in wide-open spread offense at QB where 2,000-plus yard passer JW Hertzberg & 1,500-yard all-state RB Mallory Pinkney graduated. JaCorey Martin steps up at QB and T.J. Goldsmith is ana RB candidate. WR Messiah Harris returns. SC begins 9-25 hosting Calhoun Falls. Strengths  of team are DL & QB. The Sabres beat Slauda last year in the region before losing to them in the playoffs.  

Whitmire: Two key players not playing due to Covid-19 concerns. Defense led by Sr’s Chandler Crumley (LB), Dawson Davis (DL), & Nate Stanley (OLB). Four starters in OL graduated. On offense 3 starters back all OL: Dawson Davis, Nickolas Avila, & Gavin Waltenbaugh. “We have our hands full if we want to repeat as region champions this year,” said head coach Charlie Jenkins.

McCormick: Coach Paul Pratt Back After 7-5 In 2019, Team led By Soph’s  OB- Soph Suderian Harrison  (163/1,627, 17 TD’s)  & RB/FS A’Chean Durant (1,420 yds. 25 TD’s) Defense led By Soph LB Amai Parker (58 Tackles, 12 TFL) James Gunter TS/FS & JR Kaneko Wideman WR/OLB-6-1, 210    

Ware Shoals: Has not had a winning season since 2009. Finished 408 last year. Led By 1-2 RB’s Jemarius Goodman (6-1, 185) & Dana Givens, Top Defensive Player: Isaiah Wideman DE/RB  Coached By Ethan West: Season Opener 9/25 Host Whitmire 

 Dixie: Vic Lollis will build his team around LB’s Jay Smith (6-0,217) & Dawson Glen (6-2, 185). Tams starts season 9-25 on road at McCormick. Depth will be an issue with 18- man roster. Reagan Peterson is at sr FS, Landon MitchellMithchell is at center, and Choppa & James GrovesGorves see action in DL Dixie starts season 9-25 with road game at McCormick

Calhoun Falls: Starts 2020 season on road at Southside Christian. Head Coach Chris Watts WorkingWorkign With 25 Rostered Players, Five Seniors Players To Watch Include: DE Omar Cade, 6-1, 260, RB Kalik Bryant, JR TY Moon -QB-FS-OLB (6-0, 190) Mascot: Blue Flashes

 

Region 2-A HSSR Predicted Order Of Finish

  1. Lamar  (9-3)
  2. McBee (3-9)
  3. Lewisville  (4-7)
  4. Great Falls  (5-5)
  5. CA Johnson (4-7)

 

Lamar: Chad Wilkes Begins 2nd season with the HSSR Pre-season #7 ranked Team. Mascot: Silver Foxes. Coach says: “I feel we have the potential to be a very good football team. We have a good group of kids who are working hard.” Top Returning Players To Watch: RB SR Jasquiell, RB SR Rashad Johnson, QB Soph Tyler McManus-Good Passer, WR TJ Dolford, WR Derrick Higgins, SR OL Anthony Walton-Only Returning starter, Coastal Carolina Commit, DB JR Patrick Anderson-3 YR Starter-College Prospect LB-SR-Zach Bailey-3 YR Starter Lamar begins the season on 9-25 at Great Falls in a region game

McBee: Former Central Asst. Johnny Kline begins year 3 in McBee & the Panthers should improve on a 3-9 2919 record.  SR all-purpose athlete  Brady Boyle is in the HSSR Top 100 and made the HSSR “A” all-state team in 2019. He is also a three-time all- region performer at multiple positions.

Top JR LT/DT Scott Wallace (6-3,235) is hearing from Coastal/App State. TE Dawson Wellman (6-2, 225) is Small College Prospect Trevor Tull Is QB , James Goodie-OLB-6-0,190

Lewisville: William Mitchell returns to coach Lions. Top Sr is RB Devren McCrorey,  All-Region Top JR-QB Christen Yoder-(6-1, 175), Top Soph-DL-Jaymes Gillcrese  (6-0,242) Top Player Up from Jayvee: Tray Smith, Top OL is All-Region SR Riley Alexander (6-0, 245). DB Jacob Seegars/ 6-1, 170, with 65 tackles in 2019, LB Jubal Grant-53 tackles in 2019, LB Jayden Barnes-40 tackles & 4 picks

 Great Falls: Head Coach Demarcus Simmons is looking for improvement in 2020 after a break-even 5-5 season in 2019. DE Scott Blackmon (6-2,200) returns along with DT Scott Abrams (6-2, 270), OL Natoris Woodard (6-2, 240), SR RB Elijah Simpson (5-8,200), SR RB Da’Shawn Johnson (6-1, 230) and MLB Jeremy Bentley. The Red Devil open up the season on 9-25 with Lamar.

CA Johnson: Walt Wilson begins his 1st season with CAJ  moving in from Battery Creek. CAJ will begin the season at Lewisville. The team’steams top players include: SR QB Trevan Davis (5-9,185), SR WR Desmond Martin, JR WR D’Andre Lewis (5-8,155) and OLB Isom Harris (5-10, 185)

 

Region 3-A HSSR Prediction Order Of Finish

1 Ridge-Spring-Monetta (10-5)

 

2. Wagener-Salley (12-1)

3. Blackville-Hilda (9-3)

4. Williston-Elko (3-8)

4. Calhoun County (5-6)

5. Hunter-Kinard-Tyler  (6-5)

6. Denmark-Olar (4-7)

8. North (0-10)

 

Ridge-Spring-Monetta: Brian Smith (109-94) Smith tells HSSR: “We’re a very young team on both sides of the ball and we may be a year away but the kids have worked hard and they want to get to the State Finals.”   Coach Smith got his QB back from injury just before the playoffs last year and JR Rem Leaphart could do the same this season with his strong arm that passed for over 1,700 yds. & 22 TD’s while rushing for 600-plus yds & 7 more TD’s. The 2nd leading tackler also returns in Nemo Brooks (111 & 7 TFL). Other top returners include: JR Brett Smith/WR-DB, Dantrell Weaver/RB/LB, Ben Kirk WR/DB, Kenan Ligons OL/DL, Jakobe Erving OL/DL & Peter Blacks OL/DL

RSM begins the season on 9-25 at Denmark-Olar.

Blackville-Hilda : Brandon Isaac returns as head coach of the Hawks. Team won 9 games a year ago. His prize SR recruit & HSSR All-Stater In Both FB * Basketball is QB Adonis Davis (6-2, 215)  who is a special talent. Other returners include: SR TE Derrick James, SR WR Mickkyle Alterberry, DR DT Ahmad Smith, SR WR TJ O’Neal,  The Hawks open up the FB season against Denmark-Olar.

Wagener Salley: Willie Fox (42-16) knows his 8th Ranked War Eagles let a potential state title slip away in the upper state finals last year as he missed  a late week practice that week due to the fact he had to line off the field at the stadium for the huge game,  which forced the team to have to practice on a rec field out from town. RSM came in and avenged a 20- point loss to WS a month earlier to advance to the finals.WS graduated 15 players off the 2019 team. Top players Include: SR TE/DL Elijah Davis and WR/DB Antonio Swedenburg, Jr RT Jamari Stroman, Soph RB Cameron Davis Coach Fox tells HSSR: “Relatively deep at skill positions on both sides…..returning some OLOl with experiences…should be god on both sides of the ball as long as guys stepstrp up and play as well as we expect them to…..must develop depth .

 

Calhoun County: Wayne Farmer Coached Up Tyshawn Wannamaker who signed with USC  and the Saints will be challenged with a goal of  winning season because of stiff competition. CC starts the season on Sept. 25th with an away game at Williston-Elko. They Key Returning Players include: JR RB Devin Bull, JR FS Andre Stanley, SR FB Tyriek Darby, SR FB Javon Pondeyte, OLB Lydon Glover, TE Derrick James, SR WR, OL HiriamHirm Stanley (6-2, 244)

Williston-Elko: Richard Bush is the new head coach at Williston Elko and he is hoping to improve on the 3-8 record of a year ago.  A couple key players have transferred. The top Returners include: SR WR Adrain ChandlerAdrainChandler, SR RB Javier Rudolph, JR RB Deshawn Singleton, & SR G Jeb Lott (6-2, 210) W-E will begin the season on 9-25 at home against Calhoun County

Hunter-Kinard-Tyler: New head coach Dedric Tisdale comes on board as the new coach succeeding Tony Felder.   Several veterans return hoping to life the team beyond a 6-5 record of a year ago. Top 100 prospect DE Karrlen Waymayers (6-3, 247) is a diamond in the rough. Other returners: QB Arquan Edwards, WR Jordan Singleton OL/DL K’ron Lowry, SR CB Jamarrean Tyler (5-8,160) HKT begins the season on 9-25 with a game against Williston-Elko.

Denmark-Olar: New head coach Jarvis LittlejohnLittljohn takes over the Denmark-Olar program hoping to improve on a four- win season of 2019. Some players who might help that happen are: OLB Christopher Sanders (5-10, 170), JR CB Willie Fields , Versatile JR TJ Williams-RB-OLB-SS, Bir WRE target Zachary Davis (6-5,187) &)& Jr. OL/DL Anthony Bias  Denmark OlarOalr hosts R-S-M on 9-25 to start season

 

North: Little to no information currently available head Football  coach not listed on school website. 

 

Region 4-A HSSR Predicted Order Of Finish

  1. East Clarendon (7-4)
  2. C E Murray  (8-3)
  3. Carvers Bay (2-7)
  4. Scott’s Branch  (4-8)
  5. Hemingway (0-10)

 

East Clarendon: Scoot Cook’s 5th season at EC just might be his best to date with 14 starters back and moving down from AA to A,  It has been since 1985 since the Wolverines have won a state FB title when Manning High’s Reggie Kennedy & Mr. Brogdon teamed up to make it happen. The makings  of a top four team abound on this team with players like JR RB Marques Webb who wants to prove he is a next level back this season by breaking tackles and running with load pad level through the hole. If Webb rushes for 1,800 yards or more expect to see EC in the finals. QB Cub Cook is a three- year FB gamer, a solid baseball prospect, and this team is his team to lead.  WR Keyon Wilson is back after leading the team in receptions last year. The top tackler is back in LB TJ Owens (6-1, 215) called the “Captain of the defense” by Coach Cook. The OL is anchored by HSSR All-State left-guard  Austin McKenzie (6-1, 360).  Soph DE Marquis McNeil (6-2, 230) has the physical size of a next level player and when you look like Tarzan you should play like Tarzan. EC opens up on September, 25 with a road region game at Scott’s Branch.

CE Murray:  Coach Brian Smith the CE  Murray Eagles enter the 2020 season with some unfinished business they need to take care of. They won the 5-A region title a year ago but realignment has put in a highly competitive region for the next two years. The Eagles return 8 starters on offense led by SR OL/DL Nyziah Alston Daniels (6-2, 250) who had 78 tackles an 26 TFL, &  Rosard Tisdale (5-8,175). Nyziah  was named the Sumter TD Club Linemen of the Year. The OL returns 4 of 5 starters: The otherTh eother three are Pharell Gamble (6-2, 240), Quincy Blake (6-0,225), and Queshay Gamble (6-1, 250). QB Tyree Prunes takes over for all-stater Antonio McKinight who graduated with huge offensive numbers last year. 

Carvers Bay: Matthew Richard’s first year in the Bay was one of rebuilding as the Bears went 2-7 with a young team. Sr. WR Montenius Bell is the I son the HSSR top 100 watchlist and he has great hands. The top JR is LT Perry Javon Walker (6-5, 309) and the Sophomore to Watch is speedy Soph Receiver Tony Bell. LG Brandon Johnson (6-3, 300) RG Rashard Williams (6-3, 300), and RT Jalen Smalls (6-2, 260). With that kind of beef in the OL the Bears should be able to pound the Fb at will. Five starters back on defense led by Walker, Smalls, and both Bromells.

Scoots Branch: Leonard Johnson & the Hammer Left/Hammer Right I s gone also. Lower L-R coach Rodney Barr takes over head coach. The cupboardcupboar dis far from bare. QB Tariq Coard (6-1, 160) is backI sback along with RB Tyler Kidd, MLB Shareef Mimms, an WR’s Montrexz SinklerMontrexzSinkler and Zakee Randall (6-0, 145). Scotts Branch has a strong opponentoppoenent to start the season when EC  visit on 9-25.

Hemingway: Coach Greg Lawson returns to Hemingway FB and the only way to go from 0-10 is up. A few players with the talent to make things happen include: JR MLB Gio Davis (6-2, 228), SR DE Andreyans Lewis (6-1, 250) and OLB Jermaine Washington (6-0, 185) are key play to help turnaround the program. The Tigers will play Timmonsville to start the 2020 season on 9-25.

Region 6-A HSSR Predicted Order Of FinishFinishh

  1. Lake View (9-5)
  2. Green Sea Floyds  (12-1)
  3. Hannah-Pamplico (4-7)
  4. Johnsonville (3-7)
  5. Timmonsville (1-9)

Lake View: The HSR 3rd ranked Wild Gators have a rich “State Championship Tradition” and head coach Daryl King is coaching at his alma mater where he has both  played and coached on championship teams. He was born a Wild Gator and he will die a Wild Gator. Lake View is going to tackle the drama head-on early by opening the season with region foe and defending Class A state champion Green Sea Floyds, a mere 18 miles from the old Dairy Queen in town. Jr. QB D.J. Bethea is back to run the offense and twooffenseand tw-way skilled athletesatehtles like Sr. RB/DB Adarrian Dawkins (5-8,175)  and hard charginghar dcharging RB Ja’Correus Ford bring it on every downeverydown. Michael Mcinnis is a versatile player who plays multiple positions also. The defense is led by junior LB prospect Raekwon McNeil (6-2, 190) and Ford flips from offense to handle one corner. “We have decent sizeaize, good speed, and several starters back,” said Coach King. This is all Wild Gators fans want to hear because it sounds like the makings of a Class A state title team to them. Rumor has it theyI ti fthey do take the title, long time Wild Gatorgator fan Swift Bethea will throw a victory party around his pool in Dillon to celebrate with fans, coaches and players! (Just a rumor at this point).

Green Sea Floyds: The back-to-back Class A state championship Trojans  lost Donnie Kiefer when  has moved to West Ashley High in Charleston to head coach a AAAAA program an thankfully he didn’t take Top 100 RB Jaquan Dixon with him as he left town. Dixon is a two- time HSSR Class A Player of the Year in SC and he would love to give his school one more gold ring before he goes to the next level. Dixon rushed for 1,700 yds and score 30 TD’s last season. New coach Joey Price who came over from St. James High where he came in 2017 after coaching in NC for 20 years. Sr Aaron Graham will move from WR/FS to QB this year and Dan Johnson is back at WR/CB along with versatile Nick Clemons who assume positions posions on both sides of theo fthe FB. Austin Damron is back at TE and AJ Bufkin is back at DE along with top OL JesusJesue Gutierrez (6-3, 300). Xavier Edwards will be a key run stopper in the DL. The Trojans opening season gameseasongame with rival Lake View will takewilltake place on0-25- and bothan dboth of these teams are likely to meet once againagan deep into the Class A playoffs.    

Hannah-Pamplico: The Raiders have moved back down to “A” from “AA” with the realignment and this move is just fine with five- year head coach Jamie Johnson “Not a lot of people are talking about Hannah-Hanah=Pamplico so maybe we can sneak upsneakup on some people,” he said ‘We feel like we have some pieces and we are going to be competitive.” The Raiders are going to get some skill help from several athletes who call basketball their primary sport. They are Zander Poston, a flashy point guard, who will QB the team along with athletic Cyrus Ellison (6-4, 200) who will work at WR and FS. Soph Taeshaun Sanders, at 6-2, will contribute in the passing game. Sometimes a basketball player switching over to football finds out he is a prospect for both sports and the choice is theirs to make. Josh Arriga and Dayton Jackson return to the OL and Furwin Bassbass and Keenan Kelly are seniorsseniiors heading up the DL group. Deshaun Peterson and Gase Cook lead the LB group. H-P would love to the be the region spoiler. In this shortened season only the top two make the playoffs so every week you must bring your “A” game to the field.

 

Johnsonville: With 14 starters back and winning two of the final three games in AA last year to earn a spot in the playoffs in 2019 veteran head coach Ken Cribb hopeshpes there is a carry-over effect on his team this season with the Flashes coming back down to “A” with realignment. “Making the playoffs was nice because it sent our senior class out on a positive note, and it showed the younger players why we work so hard,” said Coach Cribb. Soph RB Daquan Burroughs (6-0,190) will lead the rushing game along with SR RB Javion Thompkins (6-2, 210) while Wyatt Smith (6-5, 190) will  QB the offense. SR Quez Lewis, Y’Zeqez Timmons will be WR’s and freshman Travis Wilson (6-2, 210) will be at TE. T Wilson will join his brotherjin hi sbrother in the DL along with Naitrell Shaw and and Tmmons in the secondary. Coach Cribb works as hard as any coach in the state on teaching fundamentals s. In this competitive region it will take one of his best coaching efforts for the Flashes to finish in the top two and make the playoffs and one should never say that it can’t happen.    

Timmonsville: The HSSR got no team information form back from head coach Thomas McFadden. A few returning players with game experience includes SR DB Christian Taylor (6-3, 170), JR RB Jayden Ford, and DB Justice McNeil.Timmonsville:

 

     

 

Region 7-A HSSR Predicted Order Of Finish

1. Bamberg_Ehrhardt (8-4)

2. Allendale-Fairfax

3. Branchville  (8-3)

4. Bethune Bowman (2-9)

5, Estill  (0-10)

 

Bamberg-Ehrhardt: No doubt, word coming out of the pre-season is that coach Robert Williams has a talented focused  group of Raiders and coming down from the AA competition has truly prepared his team for success in 2020.  SR QB/DB  Treyton Still  (6-2, 165) uses his exceptional speed and vision to evade tacklers on offense and on defense his speed can run down ball carriers, making him a very under-rated player, no kidding. The defensedefesne will be solid according to Coach Williams and one report via twitter from the fans indicated a 45-0 win in a scrimmage by the Raiders. Three head hunters return to the DL in Trayvon Jamison (DE), Moses Myers (NG) and (DT) Christianhristian Draper. Isiah Washington and Quinceyuincey Bias return as starters to the LB slots. J Vanzeego, Nyghene Glover, and Frank Hyland join Still in the secondary. Christian Draper is the lone returner in the OL. Bamberg is ranked second in the HSSR “A” ranking for a reason. Hold on tight it might be a fun ride for raider fans this season!

 

Allendale-Fairfax: Christmas came early for A-F head coach Jim Shuman with the late summer transfer of former Barnwell RB Jamari Chisolm who helped lead the Warhorses to the AA finals last year with as ton of rushing yardage. “The addition of Chisolm provides great experience at the RB position for us,” said CoachCaoch Shuman. The Tigers return 14 starters so improvement on their 3-7 in 2019 is arecord last yea ris forecast. The Tigers have great size along the offensive front anchored by Teron Brabham (6-3, 285). Javier Devoe, Kyreke Johnsonjohnson, and Kendrick Simmons also return to the OL with experience. Kamari Williams is another returning RB along with WR Kamren Washington. The defense is headed up by returning startersstaters (DL) Darius Carter, Simmonsacrter, Simmpmns, Devoe, LB’s Cam O/Neal, Xavier badger, Williams and DB Monta Drayton. If Chisolm can stay healthy, he might just be a difference maker with his team making the playoffs because only the top two teams advance this year. A-F’s 9-25 game to open the season with Branchville has been pushed back to October, 30.  

Branchville: Sandy Dukes has been coaching at Branchville for quite some time and last year the jackets were a respectable 8-3. His opening season game with Allendale-Fairfax has been pushed back to October, 30. The HSSR regrets Coach Dukes was unable to return a FB team information sent him in late August so information about his team is limited. His top player on defense is Logan “Crash” McAlhaney and his nick name speaks for itself. Junior Ronnie Nester (6-3, 170) is the teams main QB and Connor Carleton is a solid jr TE/OLB.  Xyquarius Nimmons returns to man the TE & DE positions.

 

Bethune Bowman: Veteran head coach Glynn Darby returns 16 starters and with a little luck and hardan dhard work his team should improve on their 2-9 experienceexperince of a year ago. His top SR returnees are DB Ashon Green, Tyreek Jenkins who will be named to the Shrine Bowl but the game will not be played this year due to Covid-19 issues. Bradley Washington (6-3, 185) is another top WR back. The top two players up from jayvee are Rhine and Ahmond. Green is getting recruiting interest from SC State, while Jenkins hears from SC State, Newberry, and Coastal Carolina. Washington is involved with SC State. “We will have a lot of size this year,” said Coach Darby. “However, we will be young in a lot of positions.”

Estill: Veteran coach JC Threatt has come out of retirement to once again coach at Estill. His Gators will start the season against BambergBammber-Ehrhardt so he will find out quickly just what team he has playingpalying against the number two ranked Raiders. Some key players include OL/DL Maliek Grant (6-2, 280) along with WR Cameron Mitchell (6-4, 175) and Sr DE/LB Markeim Smith. Another player back is WR/CB Jashown Figuerioa.   

       


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