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Six local players sign letters of intent

Published 12:57pm Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Five football players from Marengo County signed letters of intent on Wednesday to commit to play football in college.

From Demopolis High School, defensive lineman Kessy Bell signed with Miles College, and wide receiver Rodney Harper signed with Stillman College.

From Linden High School, Anthony Robinson Jr. signed with the University of West Alabama, Tyler Davis signed with Alabama A&M and Marquise Shelton signed with Stillman College.

Robinson, who played quarterback and safety for Linden, chose UWA over Valdosta State, Miles, Stillman and Faulkner.

Davis, a 6-2, 325 pound offensive lineman, chose Alabama A&M over Miles, Stillman, Alabama State, Huntingdon and Mississippi College.

Shelton, a running back, passed over Miles, Huntingdon and Faulkner in favor of Stillman.

From A.L. Johnson, quarterback and safety Demarcus Woods signed his letter of intent with Faulkner University.

Kessy Bell signs his letter of intent to play at Miles College. He is shown with his parents, Terry and Shirley Spencer, and his brother, Kesean Bell.

 

Linden’s Anthony Robinson Jr. signs his letter of intent to play football for UWA. He is shown with Linden Patriots head coach Andro Williams.

 

Linden’s Tyler Davis signs his letter of intent to play football for Alabama A&M. He is shown with Linden Patriots head coach Andro Williams.

 

Linden’s Marquise Shelton signs his letter of intent to play football for Stillman College. He is shown with his parents, Robert and Jacqueline Alston, and Linden head coach Andro Williams.

 

A.L. Johnson’s Demarcus Woods signs his letter of intent to play football for Faulkner University in Montgomery. He is pictured with his mother, Linda Holt, his brother, Earl Lewis Jr., ALJ head coach Mose Jones and ALJ principal Lepoleon Peterson.

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