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Bulldogs have 16 players receive postseason honors from the MACJC

Bulldogs have 16 players receive postseason honors from the MACJC

Sixteen members of the Holmes Community College football team received honors today from the Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges for their play during the season. The Bulldogs had one first team, seven second team and eight honorable mention recipients.

Sophomore running back Cameryn Brent of Lawrenceville, Ga. was named First Team All-State. Brent finished the season with 1,374 rushing yards on 194 carries and 15 touchdowns. He currently leads the country in rushing yards and yards per game.

Second Team members included: sophomore offensive lineman Jawaski Webb of Senatobia; sophomore wide receiver Kavonte Younger of Bolton; freshman kick returner Caleb Roebuck of Sylvania, Ala.; freshman defensive lineman Brylon Fowler of Northport, Ala.; freshman defensive end Jaderrius Hooks of Sylvester, Ga.; freshman linebacker Lorenzo McCaskill of Southfield, Mich.; and sophomore linebacker Quindarrius Whitley of Inverness.

Webb started for two seasons along the offensive front for the Bulldogs and helped the Bulldogs stay at the top of the NJCAA in rushing yards per game. Younger had nine catches for 199 yards and three touchdowns. Roebuck returned 21 kickoffs for 512 yards and one touchdown. Fowler finished the season with 45 tackles including 8.5 tackles for loss and one sack. Hooks finished with 42 tackles including six tackles for loss and five sacks. McCaskill finished near the top in the NJCAA in tackles with 106 total tackles including seven tackles for loss and four sacks. Whitley finished with 66 tackles including one tackle for loss.

Honorable mention recipients included: sophomore lineman Rodney Shaw of Courtland; sophomore offensive lineman Jarius Gooch of Water Valley; freshman punter Beau Johnson of Flora; freshman kicker Connor McKay of Madison; freshman quarterback Jesse Wilson of Vicksburg; sophomore linebacker Vada King of Smith Station, Ala.; freshman defensive back Brent Price of Canton; and sophomore running back Sanchez Berry of Bassfield.

Shaw and Gooch started for two seasons along the offensive front and helped the Bulldogs lead the country in rushing. Johnson punted nine times during the season and averaged 35.1 yards per punt with four inside the 20. McKay was 4-of-6 on field goals and 33-of-25 on extra points. Wilson threw for 289 yards and four touchdowns and had 500 yards rushing with six touchdowns. King finished the season with 102 tackles including 8.5 tackles for loss and three sacks. Price finished with 53 tackles with one interception while Berry had 336 rushing yards on 32 carries and four touchdowns. He also caught four passes for 88 yards and one touchdown.