Monday, January 25, 2016

Jackson State turns in another solid recruiting weekend

JACKSON, Mississippi -- Jackson State built some recruiting momentum last weekend when it had its initial official visits and brought 20 recruits on campus.

The Tigers were able to secure nine verbal commitments and they were able to keep the ball rolling this past weekend.

JSU had 20 to 25 recruits in town and received nine more verbal commitments, according to a source.
Tupelo defensive end Kyree Bradford, who stands at 6-foot-7, 220 pounds, gave his pledge to the Tigers. JSU was able to add more bodies to its defensive line when it received commitments from a pair of Provine defensive ends in Kahlil Johnson and Devon McNeil, who both stand at 6-foot-4.

Leake County receiver Kobe Gates (6-foot-4, 215 pounds) gave first-year Tigers coach Tony Hughes another wideout commit. JSU picked up two receiver commits last week.


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