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Fifteen MGCCC Bulldog football players sign with four-year universities

PERKINSTON, Miss. (Bill Snyder) - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College once again produced a bumper crop of talent during the mid-year signing period for sophomores.

Fifteen Bulldogs signed with four-year colleges and universities, including eight players signing with NCAA Bowl Championship Series (BCS) schools.

"I'm very proud of these players and what they've accomplished," said Gulf Coast head coach Steve Campbell. "I'm especially proud that all of them earned their degrees."

Several other Bulldog sophomores plan on signing in February.


MGCCC BULLDOG MID-YEAR FOOTBALL SIGNEES


WR---DHAQUILLE WILLIAMS (6'3, 205, LaPlace, LA) AUBURN

DB---DERRICK MONCRIEF (6'3, 210, Prattville, AL) AUBURN

DB---JOSH KEYS (6'1, 185, Seminary, MS) TEXAS TECH

TE---MARLON POPE (6'4, 270, Hattiesburg, MS) SOUTH FLORIDA

OL---CRAIG FRIGO (6'4, 325, Bay St. Louis, MS) SOUTH FLORIDA

OL---CHRIS FRIGO (6'3, 295, Bay St. Louis, MS) UAB

LS---WYATT SMITH (6'3, 225, Gulfport, MS) COLORADO

LB---CAVELLIS LUCKETT (6'1, 230, McComb, MS) MIDDLE TENN. ST.

LB---TREY WAFFORD (5'11, 215, Fayetteville, GA) MIDDLE TENN ST.

DB---NIGEL GREEN (6'2, 180, Flowood, MS) SOUTH ALABAMA

DL---DECHEY WILLIAMS (6'3, 270, Taylorsville, MS) SOUTHERN U.

DL---DAVID HOWELL (6'2, 270, Ocean Springs) MURRAY ST.

DL---DERRICK LYLES (6'6, 265, Salem, MS) TEXAS SOUTHERN

OL---JONATHAN STEUBE (6'4, 335, Gulfport, MS) DELTA ST.

FB---JAY YATES (6'1, 225, Vancleave, MS) DELTA ST.

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