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SEC gets 11 JUCO players recognized as All-Americans

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The NJCAA Football All American team was released recently, and of the 40 plus junior college transfers heading to SEC schools, 11 of them were recognized as either 1st teamers, 2nd teams or honorable mention team members. Ole Miss and Kentucky were the only two schools with multiple all-americans.

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South Carolina bound Jhaustin Thomas and Texas A&M bound Avery Gennesy were both named first teamers at their positions. Georgia commit Shattle Fenteng was one of four second team members.

Here’s a look at who made the teams:


NAME POS CITY/STATE JUCO SEC SCHOOL TEAM
Jhaustin Thomas DE Athens, TX Trinity Valley C.C. S. Carolina AA 1st
Avery Gennesy OT Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C. Texas A&M AA 1st
Shattle Fenteng DB Hutchinson, KS Hutchinson C.C. Georgia AA 2nd
Fahn Cooper OL Glen Ellyn, IL College of DuPage Ole Miss AA 2nd
Christian Russell LB Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C. Ole Miss AA 2nd
Owen Williams DT El Dorado, KS Butler C.C. Tennessee AA 2nd
D.J. Pettway DE Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C. Alabama AA HM
D’haquille Williams WR Perkinston, MS Gulf Coast C.C. Auburn AA HM
Cory Johnson DT Brooklyn, NY ASA College Kentucky AA HM
A.J. Stamps DB Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C. Kentucky AA HM
Kenya Dennis DB Raymond, MS Hinds C.C. Mizzou AA HM




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Comments 4

  1. These guys also need to be ranked by the coolness/complexity of their names. I’m admittedly biased for ol’ Shattle, myself.

    • Ha ha, true Dawg. Shattle’s a great guy too. A lot of the JUCOs are. Lot more mature.

    • Your bias is obvious and could go without saying, because all Dawgs like all different types of Shat – even Shattle… which is a compound word, derived from Cattle Shat. That’s why their football field has hedges around it, it’s camouflage to hide all of the players who have shat there over the years.

      In fact, they have enjoyed shat so much so that they make sure their on-field game performance is always complete shat!