Prep Football signings


Published: Friday, July 12, 2013 at 9:22 p.m.
Last Modified: Friday, July 12, 2013 at 9:22 p.m.

Blair Armagost

School: Gainesville

Position: Defensive end

Height: 6-foot-4.5

Weight: 220 pounds

College chosen: Belhaven University (Jackson, Miss.)

Other schools: Union College (Barbourville, Ky.), Stetson

Stats: First team all-area performer who had 60 tackles, 7 for loss, 3.5 sacks for the Class 6A state finalists.

Quotable: “I liked the coaching staff and the campus They are a pretty established football team. I will always have memories of all my teammates, of winning and playing with my brothers.” — Blair Armagost

Bosie Jackson

School: Gainesville

Position: Noseguard

Height: 5-foot-10

Weight: 300 pounds

College chosen: Campbellsville University (Ky.)

Other schools: Miles College (Fairfield, Ala.), Concordia College (Selma, Ala.), Trinity International University (Deerfield, Ill.)

Stats: Totaled 45 tackles, with three sacks and four fumble recoveries

Quotable: “I liked the people up there, they were very nice. They seemed liked they really cared. We had a good coaching staff at GHS, and we had a good team, I loved being around my boys.” — Bosie Jackson

Les Jordan

School: Newberry

Position: Linebacker

Height: 6-foot-1

Weight: 220 pounds

College chosen: Florida Tech (Melbourne)

Other schools: William Penn University (Oskaloosa, Iowa), Miles College (Fairfield, Ala.), Benedict College (Columbia, S.C.), Trinity International University (Deerfield, Ill.)

Stats: A first-team all area defender who had 108 tackles, 15 for loss, four sacks and an interception for the Panthers, who reached the Class 1A state semifinals.

Quotable: “It's close to home, they are an upcoming program (2013 is first year for football). They have the potential to start out right away as an elite team in their conference (Sunshine State Conference). I will remember the comradery. We were very tight and worked really hard. It was a hard working team.” — Les Jordan

Hunter Napora

School: Newberry

Position: Offensive tackle

Height: 5-foot-11

Weight: 255 pounds

College chosen: Campbellsville University (Ky.)

Other schools: William Penn University (Oskaloosa, Iowa), Waldorf College (Forest City, Iowa), Iowa Wesleyan College (Mount Pleasant, Iowa), Trinity International University (Deerfield, Ill.), Albany State University (N.Y.), Greensboro College (N.C.)

Stats: Second team all-area performer who led the Panthers in pancake blocks with 12.

Quotable: “It was a beautiful school, everyone was welcoming. They have a decent football program. I really liked the school. One of the main experiences I ever had was the great run through the playoffs. We did fall short, but one of the values I will take from my coaches is to never give up.” — Hunter Napora

Toriano Roundtree

School: P.K. Yonge

Position: Offensive lineman

Height: 6-foot-8

Weight: 295 pounds

College chosen: West Georgia Technical College (Douglasville, Ga.)

Other schools: Greensboro College (N.C.), Trinity International (Deerfield, Ill.), Campbellsville University (Ky.), Benedict College (Columbia, S.C.)

Stats: A second-team all-area performer who was considered the Blue Wave's best blocker on the offensive line.

Quotable: “I could get a lot of development as an offensive lineman without using all my eligibility, because since this is the first year it wouldn't count. The next year I would still be a true freshman. I will always remember the rides to away games while at P.K. Yonge. I would always sit with one of the coaches before hand. Teammates made the rides to away games fun.” — Toriano Roundtree

Nicholas Tucker

School: Eastside

Position: Defensive end

Height: 6-foot-1

Weight: 215 pounds

College chosen: West Georgia Technical College (Douglasville, Ga.)

Other schools: Webber International (Babson Park), Concordia College (Selma, Ala.)

Stats: Totaled 41 tackles, 32 solo, with five sacks, two forced fumbles, two blocked passes and a safety for the district champion Rams.

Quotable: “Of all the schools, it is the closest one. They have good programs. It is a good school to not only develop as a football player but as a man. This was just my second year playing football and I will always remember coach (Jeff Parker) seeing potential in me.” — Nicholas Tucker

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