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Posted on: December 21, 2011 7:55 pm
Edited on: December 21, 2011 8:58 pm

SEC junior college early signees

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Wednesday, December 21st is the first day Junior College players can sign with schools across the country and the faxes are already in for several commitments. Here's a list of each SEC team and who has signed or is expected to sign paperwork soon. This is for the early period only.


Los Angeles Harbor C.C. (Calif.) defensive end Austin Flynn


Eastern Arizona C.C. (Ariz.) cornerback Travell Dixon




East Mississippi C.C. (Miss.) defensive tackle Damien Jacobs


Coffeyville C.C. (Kan.) offensive lineman Mark Beard


East Central C.C. (Miss.) defensive back Kory Brown




Coahoma C.C. (Miss.) offensive lineman Darone Bailey
City College of San Francisco (Calif.) offensive lineman Pierce Burton
Copiah-Lincoln (Miss.) defensive back Dehendret Collins

Mississippi State

East Mississippi C.C. (Miss.) defensive end Denico Autry
Gulf Coast C.C. (Miss.) offensive lineman Dylan Holley
Butte C.C. (Calif.) offensive lineman Charles Siddoway



South Carolina



Gulf Coast C.C. (Miss.) defensive end Darrington Sentimore

Texas A&M

Gulf Coast C.C. (Miss.) defensive back Otis Jacobs



Posted on: December 15, 2011 10:22 am
Edited on: December 15, 2011 10:22 am

12/15 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

  Arizona couldn't even meet with Devonte Neal, he said he's going out of state.

  Michigan is expected to add at least one more linemen and has plenty of options.

  Baylor is already recruiting the next Robert Griffin III.

  Oklahoma has a big recruiting weekend scheduled, one of the biggest under Bob Stoops.

  Running back Mike Davis is visiting Georgia today. JUCO offensive lineman Mark Beard committed to the Dawgs.

  St. Louis is a priority for new Illinois head coach Tim Beckman.

  Nebraska's staff is on a cross-country recruiting blitz.

  Donovan Roberts and Keon Hatcher are still committed to Arkansas.

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