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McNeese football signing day

The McNeese State Cowboys took full advantage of National Signing Day today recruiting 20 high school football players.

1. Patrick Jacobs (Elton High School, Elton, LA)

2. Alex Johnson (Carencro High School, Lafayette, LA)

3. Damon Gladney Jr. (Haughton High School, Haughton, LA)

4. Billy Aubertin (Klein Collins High School, Spring, TX)

5. Williams McMillan Jr. (St. Thomas More High School, Lafayette, LA) 

6. Mason Martin (Pineville High School, Pineville, LA)

7. Kaleb Cormier (Crowley High School, Crowley, LA)

8. Jordan Murray (St. Thomas More High School, Lafayette, LA)

9. Bryce Herbert (South Beauregard High School, Longville, LA)

10.  Dylan Long (St. Paul School, Covington, LA)

11.  Jean Breaux (Acadiana High School, Scott, LA)

12.  Bo Brown (Katy High School, Katy, TX)

13.  Brody Burkhalter (Parkview Baptist, Baton Rouge, LA)

14.  Kyle Harden (Tomball High School, Tomball, TX)

15.  Jake Grode (Katy High School, Katy, TX)

16.  Zach Hetrick (Central High School, Baton Rouge, LA)

17.  Cameron Smith (J.P. Taravella High School, Tamarac, FL)

18.  Steele Merritt (St. Mary's School, Natchitoches, LA)

19.  Shea Nutt (Brenham High School, Brenham, TX)

20.  Brenten Spikes (Newton High School, Newton, TX)

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