Forget The Numbers


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Over the last couple of weeks, we have received several questions about what the staff would do from a numbers standpoint. First and foremost, now is not the time to worry about numbers. Things always have a way working themselves out, whether transfers dismissals, etc. Here is a list of players remaining on the board we feel confident the staff would take:


Running Back: James Davis, Mike Davis


Wide Receivers: Carlos Thomas, JC Neal


Offensive Lineman: Curtis Crouch


Defensive Lineman: Hivera Green, Jonathan Hannah, James McKinney


Linebackers: Avery Vogt, Eugene Hayes, Antonio Clay, Ryan Stamper, Kalvin Baker


Secondary: Jamie Robinson, Gerrod Sinclair

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