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Blasts from the Past
After signing with UT-Martin out of Laurel High School to play quarterback, Akeem Davis decided to opt out of that situation and attend Jones County Junior College for a season in hopes of boosting his division one stock. "I am going to be signing with Memphis as soon as they get everything straight with the clearinghouse," said Davis Friday morning. "I am going to be going to being playing free safety up there. I should be signing today or tomorrow." The chance to play in the southeast on the Division One level is a dream come true for the former State Champion quarterback. "I just really like Memphis," said Akeem. "I feel like it's a good place for me to be. It's not too far from home and it's a good school. I am looking forward to getting up there." With just one year of on on the field experience under his belt at Jones, Akeem will have three years of eligibility remaining when he enrolls at Memphis. While Davis is leaving the Mississippi Junior College ranks, one of his peers will be headed to JuCo to get his post high school career going. Franklin County standout Bo Tillman has not set foot on a football field in a year and a half, but it looks like he will this fall as a member of the Copiah-Lincoln Wolfpack. Scout.com has learned that Tillman enrolled at Co-Lin earlier this week. Rumors had been ramapant over the course of the spring that Tillman may be able to gain clearance and enroll at Ole Miss or Southern Miss, but for now these plans appear to be on hold. Of course Tillman could gain clearance over the summer months and change his fall football destination, but for now Bo will be attending classes at Co-Lin.
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