William Walker, Miles College
Joshua Matthews, Tuskegee
Matthews rushed for nearly 3,000 yards and 40 touchdowns in his four year career at Decatur (GA) High. The 5’9, 210 pound back rushed for 926 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior. Tuskegee has a big hole in the backfield to fill with the loss of Derrick Washington, but with Matthews and Michael Thornton, the Golden Tigers have a few good candidates to fill the void.
Devin McCalebb, Stillman
The 5’11, 170 pound defensive back comes from a football family, as three of his brothers have gone on to play college football. The Fort Meade (FL) HS star recorded 71 tackles and three interceptions, also forcing four touchdowns. Anytime you can get a first-team All-State selection in a football hotbed like Florida, you’ve done a pretty good job.
Fort Meade 2013 DB Devin McCalebb signs his #NLI with Stillman College. pic.twitter.com/L9t1D7oL
— Polk County Football (@polkcountyFB) February 6, 2013
Rodney Harper, Stillman
A 6’3 wide receiver with track speed, Harper has deep threat written all over him. Harper caught 25 passes for 432 yards and six touchdowns as a senior at Demopolis (AL) High School. Look for he and quarterback Josh Straughan to make a dangerous duo for years to come at Stillman.