Nick Singleton is the latest former Jones County football player to sign with a college.
Singleton signed Monday with Iowa Western Community College, a junior college in Council Bluffs, Iowa, just across the Missouri River from Omaha, Nebraska.
Iowa Western went 6-6 last season, including 2-0 in the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference, losing four games by single digits.
Singleton ended his Jones County career as the state’s No. 6 all-time receiver in yards with 3,310, 85 yards behind Peach County’s Chris Slaughter (2003-05).
Last year, Singleton caught 81 passes for 1,179 yards and seven touchdowns, adding 245 rushing yards and five touchdowns.
A pair of Veterans athletes will sign with colleges Thursday.
Volleyball standout Ashley Hudson will sign with Reinhardt, while two-way football player Jaylen Lowder is headed to Fort Valley State.
Lamar County is in the market for a new football head coach for the sixth time since 2000.
Bryan Love left to take over at Woodland, his third job less than five years. He took over at Lamar County in 2016 after three seasons at Westlake and is 30-16 in four seasons.
Lamar County went 6-5 in 2016, 3-2 in Region 5-2A. They lost 44-14 to Chattooga in the first round of the playoffs.
Love succeeded Jamie Abrams, who went 15-7-1 in two seasons and is now an assistant at Ware County. Abrams followed Franklin Stephens, who was 26-2-1 in two seasons and left to become head coach at Ware County.
Jason Strickland was 27-18 in four seasons, capped by a 12-1 year in 2011 after which he left for Fitzgerald.
Calvin Scandrett was the head coach from 2003-2007 and went 17-33 in five seasons after succeeding Mark Wilson (43-34-1, 1996-2002).