Tuesday, August 26, 2014

ECCC Warrior Football Team

Members of the 2014 East Central Community College (Decatur) football squad and their respective high schools include
(first row, from left) defensive back Trey Sloan (1), Oak Grove; wide receiver Gary Triplett (2), Central/Baton Rouge; defensive back JaDerrick Farrow (3), Bleckley County/ Cochran, GA;
quarterback Andrew Dunn (4), Pascagoula; defensive backs Jaylen Lofton (5), Forest, and Jalen Kingston (6), Clinton; wide receiver Kabion Ento (7), Dollarway/Pine Bluff, AR; quarterback Ethan Hamilton (8), Noxapater; wide receiver Xavier Willis (9), Newton County; quarterback Austin Balthazor (10), Seminary; tight end Jordan Thomas (11), Sumrall; (second row, from left) quarterback Trey Willis (12), Forest Hill; defensive back Devontae Wilson (13), Warren Central; kickers Brennan O’Keefe (14), St. Martin/Ocean Springs, and Chandler Powell (15), Forest; running backs Marquis Hedge (21), Forest Hill, and Lamarcus Franks (22), Greene County/State Line; linebacker Grant Landrum (26), Sumrall; defensive back Johna Myers (27), Petal; running back SaVon Robinson (33), Raymond; linebacker Thomas McCool (38), Neshoba Central; and defensive back Raphael McClain (39), Starkville; (third row, from left) defensive backs Kenadria Watts (40), Newton, and Tevell Fair (41), Hattiesburg; linebacker Darrion Burnside (42), Neshoba Central; running back Donta Johnson (43), Thibodaux, LA; linebacker Henry Smith (44), Richton; defensive lineman Tyler Pace (45), Newton; linebackers Aubrey Bourn (46), Hattiesburg, Eric McPhearson (47), Jim Hill, and Quanterris Newby (48), New Hope; long snapper Trent Haden (50), Sumrall; and offensive lineman Micah Parten (55), Northwest Rankin; (fourth row, from left) offensive linemen Eddie Houston (60), Newton, and Brett Warren (61), Northwest Rankin; tight end/offensive lineman Lucas Morgan (64), Morton; offensive lineman Mauricio Hernandez (65), Oak Grove; defensive lineman Dexter Charles (71), Church Point, LA; offensive linemen Wade Grady (72), Ridgeland, Hunter Soileau (76), Forrest County AHS, Dustyn Breckley (77), Bay/Waveland, James McGee (78), Raymond, and Marcus Johnson (79), New Hope; and tight end Devaughn Brown (80), Thibodaux, LA; (fifth row, from left) tight end Connor Landrum (81), Neshoba Central; wide receivers Rashad Moore (82), D’Iberville, Chad Kincaid (86), Forest, Allen Fails (88), North Forrest, and Jimmy Cockrell (89), Columbus; defensive linemen Kendrick Maxwell (90), Houston, and Darryl Rogers (91) Laurel; linebacker Jerry Magee (92), Collins; and defensive lineman Keionda Smith (94), Forrest County AHS/Hattiesburg; (sixth row, from left) managers Troy Gregory and Kirk Griffin, both of Newton County, and Blaise Gibbs, Brandon; defensive linemen Jonathan Young (95), Lamar, and Lane Batiste (97), Carencro, LA, Jadarius Ceasar (98), Paul W. Bryant/Tuscaloosa, AL, and Zachary Graves (99), Magee; and managers Blake Miller, Ocean Springs and Tyler Armistead, Caledonia; and (back row, from left) T. J. Robbins, Rush Sports Medicine certified athletic trainer; coaches Tylan Martin, Charles Jones, Ken Karcher (head coach), Dennis Alexander, Ben Cooper, Mickey Mays and Scott Brock; and Derrick Jones, Rush Sports Medicine certified athletic trainer. (EC Photo)