Mississippi Gulf Coast had 14 players sign with Division I schools on Wednesday and expect to have several more land on the next level in the coming days. Pictured (clockwise, from top left) are D’Marcus Hayes (Georgia), Rishard Cook (UAB), Joshua Rowland (Texas), Reggio Dean (Central Arkansas), Tyler Flathau (Arkansas State), coach Chad Huff, Randan Knight (Mississippi College), Justin Stewart (Mississippi College), Carson Jordan (Western Kentucky), Kevin Haas (Ohio), Brandon Martin (Arkansas), Jonathan Nance (Arkansas), Lester Wells (Central Arkansas), Vaughnte Dorsey (Texas Tech), Jay Jay Smith (Texas-San Antonio) and Isaiah Buggs (Alabama).
Mississippi Gulf Coast had 14 players sign with Division I schools on Wednesday and expect to have several more land on the next level in the coming days. Pictured (clockwise, from top left) are D’Marcus Hayes (Georgia), Rishard Cook (UAB), Joshua Rowland (Texas), Reggio Dean (Central Arkansas), Tyler Flathau (Arkansas State), coach Chad Huff, Randan Knight (Mississippi College), Justin Stewart (Mississippi College), Carson Jordan (Western Kentucky), Kevin Haas (Ohio), Brandon Martin (Arkansas), Jonathan Nance (Arkansas), Lester Wells (Central Arkansas), Vaughnte Dorsey (Texas Tech), Jay Jay Smith (Texas-San Antonio) and Isaiah Buggs (Alabama). Don Hammack MGCCC
Mississippi Gulf Coast had 14 players sign with Division I schools on Wednesday and expect to have several more land on the next level in the coming days. Pictured (clockwise, from top left) are D’Marcus Hayes (Georgia), Rishard Cook (UAB), Joshua Rowland (Texas), Reggio Dean (Central Arkansas), Tyler Flathau (Arkansas State), coach Chad Huff, Randan Knight (Mississippi College), Justin Stewart (Mississippi College), Carson Jordan (Western Kentucky), Kevin Haas (Ohio), Brandon Martin (Arkansas), Jonathan Nance (Arkansas), Lester Wells (Central Arkansas), Vaughnte Dorsey (Texas Tech), Jay Jay Smith (Texas-San Antonio) and Isaiah Buggs (Alabama). Don Hammack MGCCC

Gulf Coast’s players are going near and far to the next level

December 14, 2016 11:45 AM

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