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2012 College Football Signings

posted Feb 17, 2012, 10:54 AM by Mr. Helmick   [ updated Feb 6, 2013, 3:08 PM by Beau Balderson ]

Cooper Merrill has chosen Hobart and William Smith College to continue his academic and athletic career.  Hobart College is located in New York, and offers many athletic and academic opportunities.  Cooper will be an outstanding addition to the Hobart Football team as both an athlete and a leader.  Cooper has been a tremendous leader for our Polar Bears the past 3 seasons and will continue to excel for years to come.  Good luck Cooper, we are all excited to follow your college career!!!

For more information on Hobart College, check out the links below:
http://www.hws.edu/ (Hobart and William Smith College home page)

Jimmy Dehnke plans on furthering his football career at Wittenberg University.  Jimmy will be joining his brother Max Dehnke on the gridiron at Wittenberg next fall.  Max Dehnke is a sophomore DT for the Tigers and earned a Varsity Letter this past season.  The coaches at Wittenberg were extremely excited when they received Jimmy's commitment and are looking forward to having the Dehnke family help them get back into the playoffs!!!

Darien Terrell signs letter of intent to play at Eastern Michigan.
The Jackson Coaching Staff and Community would like to congratulate both Seniors for the commitment to the program and their leadership both on and off the field. Jimmy and Darien were captains this past season, and their leadership will be greatly missed. Good luck, and we look forward to watching your careers throughout college.

Nolan Jones will be attending West Point Military Academy next fall.  Nolan has been offered a roster position on the Army Sprint Football Team.  What exactly is "Sprint Football"?  Sprint Football is the exact same game that we all know and love, but with a weight limit.  The weight limit is 165 lbs for any position!!! Below is a link view more information on sprint football: 

http://www.sprintfootball.com/   (what is sprint football?)

Congratulations and good luck Nolan!