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Tigers Make Impact at State Level

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Tigers Make Impact at State Level

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

This year Central had 27 football players receive All State or All conference recognition. (photo courtesy of Kent Laster)

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After the regulation football season ends every year, players are selected as All State, All Conference, and Academic All Conference.  This year the Tiger Football team had 27 players who fell into these categories.

Senior Cornerback Jonathan Jones was recognized as an All State football player.

Keeling Baker, Sean Barron, Da’Jun Brewer, Canaan Davis, Avont Harris, Logan Hayman, Keylin Holloway, Tayvion Metcalf, Caleb Morton, Jeb Sullivan, and DJ Swinton were nominated as Academic all Conference players.

Da’Jun Brewer, Keylin Holloway, Quintlyn Rogers, and Jordan Banks were All Conference Players.

The offensive players who were awarded All Conference Honorable were Mention Antoine Westbrook, Canaan Davis, Makilan Thomas, Tayvion Metcalf, and Talmadge Hasberry.

On defense Avont Harris, Kylan Jones, Lamont Robinson, Caleb Morton, Jeb Sullivan, and Kyng Ransum were also All Conference Honorable Mention.

“All of these players deserve this recognition and more. They fought very hard this season and worked very hard,” senior Kicker Rivers Runion- Driskell said.

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