|Former Memphis wide receiver Reggie Travis is one of many FBS refugees headed for Baton Rouge. (Commercial Appeal photo)|
National Signing Day is usually about high school seniors declaring where they plan to play their college ball. A look at defending SWAC Champion Southern’s recruiting hall shows a big emphasis on pulling in players that originally enrolled elsewhere.
Here’s what we have so far. Check back later for more.
S Bryan Anderson, Edna Karr: 6-1, 195
RB Malcolm Crockett, Pitt (Friendship Collegiate Academy, Washington D.C.): 5-10, 205lb back had a few carries as a redshirt freshman, but mostly played on special teams last season.
LB Martin Henry, Pierce College (Bishop McDevitt HS, Wyncote, Pa.): 5-10, 210lb
OL Simeon Houston, Houston: 6-3, 230lb
TE Willis Howard, Atlanta Sports Academy: 6-4, 250lb
RB Jamarcus Jarvis, North Texas (East Ascension HS): 5-10, 195lb
ATH Danny Johnson, East Ascension HS: 5-11, 175
TE, Montrell Jones, Rochester Technical Community College (Bayview HS): 6-4, 225
S Rhaheim Ledbetter, Florida (Crest HS, Shelby, N.C.): 5-9, 219lb defensive back originally signed with Florida out of high school in 2013.
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js LB Lamar Martin, Edna Karr: 5-10, 200
OL Eddie Nickles, Missouri City (TX): 6-3, 280
LB Kentavious Preston, Conyers, (GA): 6-1, 240
LB Jordan Taylor, Kentwood HS: 6-0, 210
S Renaldo Thomas, Tulane (St. Augustine HS): 6-4, 204lb defensive back played three seasons at Tulane. Sat out 2013.
WR Reggie Travis, Memphis (Plaquemine HS): 6-2, 195lb WR caught 29 passes in 2011-2012. One game with no catches in 2013.
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