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So. GA star athletes sign scholarships

Again in 2013, South Georgia has produced a long list of athletes who have earned scholarships to play at the collegiate level.  WALB cameras have covered the area to record their official signings of letters of intent to attend their chosen universities.

Here is our list of South Georgia players who signed Wednesday.  Click HERE to see Rivals' list of the top recruiting classes.

  High School  Players   College   

Colquitt County

Octavious Jackson
Bobby Hill 
Johnny Ward
John  Gray
Garrett Pearce     
Britt Jones
Will Bannister

Florida
Ole Miss
USF
Valdosta St.
Valdosta St.
Georgia Southern
Yale or Brown

 Americus-Sumter

Willie Williams
Bryce Benton 

South Alabama
Reinhardt 

 Early Co. Shaq Powell  GMC

Pelham

Calvin Shelton
Denzel Jackson
Brandon Smith
Clifford Stewart
Norman Givens
Dre'mon Jenkins
Corey Morgan

Concordia
Concordia
Concordia
Concordia
West Georgia Tech
West Georgia Tech
LaGrange

Lee County  Kenneth Hurley Benedict 
Deerfield

 Patrick Forrestal

 Navy
Sherwood Christian Quantavious Cameron  West Georgia Tech
Westover  Joshua Burton Morehouse 
Albany  Emanuel Byrd GMC 

Thomas Co. Central

 Jalen Sneed Albany St. 

Monroe

 Anthony Smith
Kevin  Williams

 Ft. Valley St.
St. Augustine

Wilcox County  Jonathan Howard North Carolina 
Lowndes

Tiquan Lang 
Nick Burgman
Kenny Moore
Alex Stephenson
Sam Washington
Anfernee Chandler

Marshall 
Valdosta St.
Valdosta St.
Valdosta St.
Ft. Valley St.
Ft. Valley St.

Fitzgerald  Brett Steverson Jacksonville St. 
Terrell County  Jerkerious Scott   Chattanooga
Dooly Co.

Montravius Adams
Jalen Daniels
Jesean Wiley

Auburn
Troy
Miss. Delta C.C

Thomasville

 Mario Mathis
Tre Garland

 UCF
Jacksonville St.

Cairo

P. J. Davis
Donald Thomas
Stephen Kirkland
GA Tech
Southeastern
Midland 

Valdosta

Anthony Evans
Ronnie Stoney
John White  

 Miles College
Miles College
Reinhardt

Coffee

Maverick Morse
Zach Moore
Justin Lott

Clemson
Troy
Wofford

Crisp County

Sherrod Ruff
Trey Johnson

Coffeyville CC
Arkansas Baptist

 

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