The football pipeline at Georgia Military College continues to stay busy.
Former Wilcox County standouts Antonio Marshall and Lonnie Outlaw are two of 19 Bulldogs who signed mid-term national letters-of-intent with four-year programs.
Marshall was one of 13 who signed with an FBS or FCS program, joining Indiana. Outlaw won’t be nearly as far from home, having cast his lot at Miles in Birmingham, Ala.
Newberry got the most out of GMC, with cornerback Martinez Gallman, wideout Adrian Wigfall, safety Brant Sally, wideout Corey Washington and defensive lineman Jonathan Williams.
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Presbyterian added offensive linemen James Barnes and Sterling Jenkins while Arkansas-Pine Bluff picked up defensive lineman Anthony Smith and cornerback David Watson.
Other signees: offensive lineman Rashard Brown, Bethune Cookman; cornerback Damian Dixon, Charleston Southern; offensive lineman Caleb Freeman, Savannah State; defensive lineman Fre’Shad Gallman, Fayetteville State; linebacker Marquis Lovett, Alabamaq State; safety Chris Owens, Eastern Kentucky; quarterback Nico Ranieri, Central Florida; and linebacker Tabrian Resby, Howard.
Those are in addition to Bulldogs who will decide on a future school next month on National Signing Day.
The A-Sun men’s tournament championship has become a prime time affair.
The conference moved the game from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on March 3, and it will remain on ESPN2.
The conference’s 20-game package with ESPN3 began on Saturday with Jacksonville and Stetson.
Fort Valley State punter Marquette King was among five Wildcats named to the Don Hansen all-region football team..
The former Rutland standout was the only first-team pick for the Wildcats.
Wideout and former Peach County receiver Chris Slaughter was joined on the second team by linebacker Courtney Daniel, a Putnam County grad, and return specialist DeMario Barber.
Safety Ricky Johnson and defensive end Emanuel Williams were third-team picks.
Overall, 25 players from the SIAC were chosen.
Wingate wideout Chris Bowden (Mary Persons) and defensive end Zeke Andrews of Carson-Newman (Dodge County) were first-team selections.
Mars Hill cornerback Marvin James, a Westside product, made the second-team defense. Former Fitzgerald running back Nate Inman, of Carson-Newman, made the third team on offense.