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Self wins Player of the Week honors

Posted on 22 September 2014 by Allen

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Cumberland kicker Mike Self was voted the Mid-South Conference Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday after booting a pair of field goals and placing five punts inside the opponents’ 20-yard line in a victory over Belhaven University.

The Lebanon, Tenn., native connected on 23- and 25-yard field goals in the third quarter to extend the Cumberland lead and continually gave the Blazers a long field to work with during Saturday’s home win. He had five punts downed inside the 20, including four inside the 11.

Belhaven began drives at its own 7, 26, 26, 11, 8, 17 and 9-yard lines after his punts and dangerous returner Greg Livingston had just four punt return yards in the game. Self also connected on all five of his PAT attempts and is now 8-for-8 on the year on point-after attempts.

It marks the second Player of the Week honor this season for Self, who is also 4-of-5 on field goal attempts. Cumberland begins a four-game road swing this coming Saturday at Bluefield College and also makes trips to the University of Pikeville, Union College and Faulkner University before returning home October 25 to face Campbellsville University.

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Cumberland rolls Belhaven 41-9

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Cumberland rolls Belhaven 41-9

Posted on 21 September 2014 by Allen

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Broc Loveless rushed for three touchdowns, Blake DeBoard added two rushing TDs and 21st-ranked Cumberland forced seven turnovers in a 41-9 victory over Belhaven University in the Mid-South Conference opener for both teams on Saturday at Nokes-Lasater Field.

The Bulldogs (2-1, 1-0 Mid-South West) scored 31 points off the seven miscues by the Blazers (2-2, 0-1). Loveless scored on runs of one, 16 and 52 yards and had a 37-yard run that included numerous missed tackles and four defenders hanging off the senior quarterback before he was finally tackled.

DeBoard opened the scoring with a one-yard run and then weaved his way 76 yards on the second play of the third quarter for another TD. Cumberland finished with 331 yards rushing on 51 attempts, throwing just 16 passes in the contest.

Tyler Burr and Grant Jones each registered a pair of interceptions and Rickey Dowdy had another for the Bulldogs, though Dowdy had another one that he returned 93 yards for a touchdown negated by penalty. Kendall Trice forced one fumble and recovered another as well as posting a sack to end the first half that knocked out Belhaven quarterback Conner Preston.

Belhaven ran 105 plays and amassed 487 yards of offense in the game, but tossed interceptions twice at the CU 4-yard line and another at the CU 31. The first half ended on the sack of Preston with the Blazers at the Cumberland 25 as well.

Loveless rushed 10 times for 128 yards and the three scores and DeBoard added 117 yards on 11 carries. Michael Self also booted a pair of field goals for the Bulldogs and had five of his seven punts downed inside the 20-yard line.

Burr’s interception at the CU 4-yard line ended the opening drive of the game for the Blazers and the Bulldogs put together a 93-yard drive on the ensuing possession.

DeBoard rushed 12 yards on the first play and Reed Gurchiek found Michael Green down the sideline for a 29-yard pass. Gurchiek then turned a busted play into a 33-yard gain to the one-yard line, setting up DeBoard for the rushing TD and a 7-0 Cumberland lead midway through the opening quarter.

Belhaven turned the ball over on downs on its next drive at the CU31 and Self’s punt pinned the Blazers at their own seven-yard line for its next possession. The visitors drove 55 yards on 13 plays this time but Jones ended the drive with another interception at the CU 4-yard line.

The Bulldogs were forced to punt again but Trice forced a fumble at the Belhaven 40-yard line on the next drive, with Jones recovering. On the first play Loveless rushed 37 yards, breaking numerous tackles and carrying four defenders before finally going to the ground. Two players later Loveless sneaked over the top for the one-yard score and a 14-0 CU lead with 8:10 left in the half.

Belhaven had another long drive on its next possession, moving 69 yards on 14 plays thanks to a huge CU penalty. On 4th-and-6 at the CU14, Dowdy picked off a pass over the middle and ran it back 93 yards for a score, but a roughing the passer penalty gave the Blazers the ball back and a first down. The defense held, though, a huge stop for the unit, forcing a field goal that cut the Cumberland lead to 14-3.

Belhaven got one last chance with the ball before intermission, moving to the CU25 in the final minute, but the Blazers had no timeouts. Two short passes went incomplete and another to the end zone was out of bounds. On the final play of the half, Trice sacked Preston, knocking the quarterback out of the rest of the contest.

DeBoard rushed 76 yards for a score on the second play of the third quarter, avoiding defenders from behind for the final 30 yards and a 21-3 advantage. Burr intercepted his second pass of the day on the next Belhaven possession and after a 26-yard completion to Anthony Woodard, Loveless took a quarterback draw 16 yards for the touchdown and a 28-3 lead early in the third period.

Self booted 25- and 23-yard field goals later in the period before a 52-yard TD run by Loveless early in the fourth quarter, with the senior carrying a defender the final five yards.

Cumberland hits the road for four straight contests starting next week at Bluefield College.

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Skyhawks thump Cumberland 63-7

Skyhawks thump Cumberland 63-7

Posted on 12 September 2014 by Allen

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Eight different University of Tennessee at Martin football players scored a touchdown this evening in a 63-7 triumph over Cumberland University in the 2014 home opener at Hardy Graham Stadium.

The Skyhawks piled up 621 yards of total offense tonight (320 rushing, 301 passing) while scoring nine total touchdowns. Defensively, UT Martin tallied 12 tackles for loss (including three sacks) and an interception while limiting the Bulldogs to 161 yards of total offense (86 rushing, 75 passing).

Tonight marked the most yards gained by a UT Martin team since the Skyhawks tallied 693 yards at Murray State on Oct. 13, 2012. It also was the most points scored in a game since UT Martin compiled 63 points against Union College on Sept. 15, 2011.

“Obviously it’s good to get a win under our belt after a tough two games to start the season,” Skyhawk head coach Jason Simpson said. “One of the things that I’m most proud of is that everybody got to play and get the experience of college football. That will help us as we go forward and will help our growth as a team.”

Abou Toure rushed for a career-high 123 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 20 carries for UT Martin (1-2). Jarod Neal threw for 199 yards and three touchdowns while Dylan Favre tallied 103 passing yards and tallied two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing). Together, Neal, Favre and Manny Stocker combined to complete 84.4 percent (27-for-32) of their passes.

Trent Garland and Stocker added a touchdown on the ground while William Tanner (team-high 86 yards), Kyle Kerrick, Kevin Anderson and Corey Jordan all contributed with touchdown receptions.

Defensively, Deilouse Jackson’s seven tackles led the Skyhawks while Trey Warren added 1.5 sacks. Tony Bell was responsible for UT Martin’s first interception of the season while the Skyhawks amassed six pass breakups and 13 quarterback hurries.

An NAIA school based out of Lebanon, Tenn., Cumberland was led by Michael Green’s two receptions for 41 yards and a touchdown. Quarterbacks Reed Gurchiek (46 yards and a touchdown) and Broc Loveless (29 yards) combined to go 6-for-30 passing while George Nwokoji had a team-best 24 rushing yards. DeAnthony Patrick accumulated a game-high 13 tackles while Cayman Russell had 2.5 tackles for loss for the Bulldogs.

UT Martin got on the scoreboard first after both teams’ first drives stalled. The Skyhawks drove 10 plays for 87 yards in a span of 2:43, capped off with a Neal touchdown strike to Jordan in the right corner of the endzone. Jackson Redditt’s PAT was true and the Skyhawks were out to a 7-0 lead at the 10:48 mark of the first quarter.

The Skyhawks would force back-to-back punts on Cumberland’s next two drives – including a three-and-out that gave UT Martin the ball at its own 9-yard line with 1:18 to go in the first quarter.

Favre then took over at quarterback for the Skyhawks, as Favre completed five of his six passes on the drive and rushed for a gain of seven yards on 3rd-and-7 at the Cumberland 5-yard line. Two plays later, Toure found the endzone from three yards out to provide UT Martin with a 14-0 lead with 11:50 to play in the second quarter.

The two teams swapped possessions but Cumberland took over at the Skyhawk 12-yard line after recovering a UT Martin fumble. The Skyhawk defense then stepped up in a big way after the Bulldogs’ first play from scrimmage advanced the ball to the 1-yard line. UT Martin pushed Cumberland back a yard on a rushing play, forced an incomplete pass and then held the Bulldogs to no gain on another rushing attempt. On 4th-and-goal from the 2-yard line, Cumberland went for it but a rushing attempt was sniffed out by Justin Jackson and Nick Dance, who forced a turnover on downs.

On the Skyhawks’ ensuing possession, Neal found Anderson for a 27-yard completion on 3rd-and-7 and followed with two completions to Najee Ray and a 21-yard pass to Kerrick to set up UT Martin’s next scoring play. On 1st-and-10 from the Cumberland 18-yard line, Neal rolled right and found an open Anderson in the corner of the endzone to make the score 21-0 with 3:39 left in the first half. The Skyhawks marched the ball 99 yards on 10 plays in just 2:44 on their third scoring drive.

The defense then made another big play that resulted in more points on the scoreboard. On 3rd-and-11, Bell hauled in his first career interception and returned the ball down to the Bulldog 15-yard line, giving the Skyhawk offense another red-zone opportunity.

UT Martin cashed in quickly, as Garland rumbled in from 15 yards out on the first play from scrimmage to give the Skyhawks a 28-0 lead at the 3:10 mark of the second quarter.

The Skyhawk defensive unit then pushed Cumberland back three yards over three plays and forced another punt, this time taking over at the Bulldogs’ 43-yard line.

Favre then connected with Tanner on three different passes on the drive, finding him for gains of 16 and 13 yards each before an eight-yard slant led to another touchdown and a 35-0 lead the Skyhawks would carry into halftime.

Cumberland would take advantage of a Skyhawk fumble on a punt return to score on a 41-yard pass at the 12:12 mark of the third quarter.

UT Martin responded quickly, needing just four plays to find the endzone again. Neal hit Tanner with a 49-yard pass to get the Skyhawks in Cumberland territory. Neal then targeted Kerrick for an eight-yard touchdown pass to extend UT Martin’s lead out to 42-7 with 10:45 remaining in the quarter.

The Skyhawk defense once again held Cumberland to negative yardage on its next drive, as the Bulldogs only managed -1 yards on three plays.

UT Martin had three carries for double-digit yards on its next drive, capped off with a one-yard dive by Favre to make the score 49-7 at the 7:45 mark of the third quarter.

The Skyhawks kept Cumberland off the scoreboard to close out the third quarter. On the first play of the fourth quarter, Toure scrambled in from four yards out to give UT Martin a 56-7 lead.

After another three-and-out by the UT Martin defense, Stocker took over at quarterback and immediately made his presence felt. On the first touch of his Skyhawk career, the North Carolina State transfer sprinted 70 yards down the right sideline for a touchdown to give UT Martin a 63-7 advantage to conclude the scoring on both sides.

The Skyhawks continue their three-game homestand next weekend when they begin Ohio Valley Conference play against No. 25 Eastern Kentucky. Kickoff on Saturday, Sept. 20 is set for noon at Hardy Graham Stadium.

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Cumberland wins 34-27

Cumberland wins 34-27

Posted on 06 September 2014 by Allen

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Anthony Knight returned an interception 74 yards for a touchdown to put Cumberland ahead for good and Michael Green had a 59-yard catch-and-run that proved to be the game-winner, as the 25th-ranked Bulldogs erased 10 years of frustration with a 34-27 victory over No. 4 University of the Cumberlands here Saturday at Nokes-Lasater Field.

Cumberland (1-0) had not defeated the Patriots since 2002, losing nine straight in the series, most by lopsided margins, but the Bulldogs took advantage of four turnovers by the visitors, which they turned into 17 points.

UC grinded out a five-plus minute drive to tie the game at 20 and seemed to have the ball forever in the second half, converting four fourth downs. The Bulldogs offense moved inside the Patriots’ 20-yard line midway through the third quarter, but a holding call plus a personal foul pushed the ball back to near midfield. The unit was unable to stay on the field the rest of the contest, but two big plays helped the squad claim the victory.

After tying the game, UC drove down the field again, picking up a 4th-and-2 on the first play of the final quarter after Cumberland jumped offsides. Three plays later Adam Craig’s throw all the way across the field was picked off by Knight in stride and he returned it 74 yards for the score and a 27-20 CU advantage.

The Patriots came right back, moving the ball 44 yards on 11 plays to the Cumberland 24, but Craig’s fourth-down pass to Wendell Williams, who scored three touchdowns on the day, was broken up by Grant Jones, who finished with four tackles, two for loss on big hits in the backfield.

The Bulldogs picked up one first down before Broc Loveless found Green streaking down the left sideline on a broken play. Green made the catch and broke a tackle near the UC40 before striding the rest of the way into the end zone for a 34-20 advantage.

But the celebration was short-lived, as Williams took a reserve 59 yards for a score on the first play of the next drive, avoiding traffic on the UC sideline before cutting back to the middle of the field and racing past the remaining defenders.

The Bulldogs had to punt on the next drive and Mike Self, who converted 31- and 47-yard field goals in the first half, dropped the snap and got off just a 21-yard kick, giving the Patriots the ball back with 2:10 remaining at their own 41-yard line. UC picked up just one first down before four straight incompletions, with Craig under relentless pressure from the Cumberland front seven, including the fourth down throw to Williams, who made a terrific catch near the goal line but was out-of-bounds.

Reed Gurchiek kneeled down twice in the Victory formation to seal the win for Cumberland. He and Loveless finished 13-of-25 passing for 213 yards and one touchdown. Gurchiek and Blake DeBoard each scored a TD on the ground for the Bulldogs as well.

Craig completed 8-of-19 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns, both to Williams, one from 46 yards on the opening drive of the game and the game-tying score in the third quarter from 25 yards.

The Patriots took the opening drive of the game 66 yards in four plays, with Williams’ 46-yard TD catch capping the possession.

Cumberland took advantage of a fumble by Blake Ingleton later in the first quarter, taking over at the UC20, but the drive stalled before Self booted a 31-yard field goal.

CU’s most sustained drive of the game came on its next possession, moving 51 yards on 11 plays. Loveless rushed for 11 and 12 yards and then found Self on a fake punt for 11 yards to keep the drive alive. It stalled again, but Self nailed a 47-yard field goal with plenty of distance, cutting the deficit to 7-6.

The Patriots fumbled a punt at the start of the second quarter, setting up the Bulldogs at the UC26. Gurchiek scrambled 21 yards to the one before DeBoard plunged in over the right side. The two-point conversion attempt failed and CU led 12-7.

Back came the Patriots after a 59-yard kickoff return from Williams and a 15-yard face mask penalty on Cumberland. Rozier took a sweep to the right on fourth down for a four-yard TD run, but UC also missed the two-point try and held a 13-12 advantage midway through the second period.

The Bulldogs scored on the ensuing possession, taking advantage of a persona foul penalty on the kickoff as well and starting near midfield. Gurchiek found Kentavious Eberhart for a 25-yard catch-and-run and then hit DeBoard in the flat on the left side for a 30-yard gain. Gurchiek covered the final two yards for the score and a 20-13 halftime advantage.

Cumberland plays at UT Martin on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. before returning home September 20 to face Belhaven University.

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Bulldogs ranked 25th in NAIA Preseason Poll

Posted on 11 August 2014 by Allen

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With returning players reporting to campus on Monday, Cumberland is ranked 25th in the NAIA Football Coaches’ Preseason Top 25 Poll, the national office released Monday. Head coach Donnie Suber enters his second season at the helm of the Bulldogs program after posting a 7-4 mark in 2013.

Cumberland won its final three games of last season to post the program’s fourth straight winning record. The Bulldogs have compiled a 30-13 mark over the last four years.

CU returns 13 starters, including seven on defense, as well as 34 total letterwinners from last season’s club. The quarterback tandem of redshirt seniors Broc Loveless and Reed Gurchiek will also be back, with the duo combining for 1,346 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns along with 1,287 yards passing and five TDs.

The club’s leading tackler, Nathan Jernigan, who tallied 66 stops with eight tackles for loss and four interceptions, along with fellow linebacker Christopher Golden (52 tackles, 3 TFLs), anchor a defense that forced 25 turnovers with 25 sacks for the year.

The Bulldogs will welcome newcomers later in the week and begin practice this Thursday at Nokes-Lasater Field.

Cumberland opens the season at home against the University of the Cumberlands on September 6 and will take on Belhaven University, Campbellsville University, Reinhardt University and Alderson Broaddus at home in 2014. The Bulldogs play road games at UT Martin, Bluefield College, the University of Pikeville, Union College, Faulkner University and Bethel University.

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Cumberland picked third in MSC West

Cumberland picked third in MSC West

Posted on 01 August 2014 by Allen

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Cumberland football was picked third in a tightly-bunched group at the top of the Mid-South Conference West Division in a poll of league coaches released Friday by the conference office.

The Bulldogs and second-year head coach Donnie Suber return 13 starters and 34 letterwinners from last season’s 7-4 squad, including the quarterback tandem of seniors Broc Loveless and Reed Gurchiek, who combined for 1,346 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns as well as 1,287 passing yards and five more TDs.

The offense also returns leading pass catchers Michael Green (30 receptions, 248 yards, 2 TDs), Anthony Woodard (25 catches, 290 yards, 1 TD) and Blake DeBoard (17 receptions, 148 yards, 1 TD). The unit must replace all five offensive linemen from a year ago, four of whom graduated.

Two of the club’s three leading tacklers also return – sophomores Nathan Jernigan and Christopher Golden – both linebackers. Jernigan led the club with 66 total stops with 8.0 tackles for loss and a team-leading four interceptions, while Golden made 52 tackles with three tackles for loss last season.

Faulkner University and Reinhardt University tied for the top spot in the division with 22 points apiece, while the Bulldogs received 19 points in the voting from league coaches. Campbellsville University, Belhaven University and Bethel University rounded out the West Division.

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Cumberland Football ranked 25th in NAIA Coaches’ Spring Top 25

Cumberland Football ranked 25th in NAIA Coaches’ Spring Top 25

Posted on 15 April 2014 by Allen

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Cumberland is ranked 25th in the NAIA Football Coaches’ Spring Top 25 Poll, the national office announced Monday. Head coach Donnie Suber enters his second season at the helm of the Bulldogs program after posting a 7-4 mark in 2013.

Cumberland won its final three games of last season to post the program’s fourth straight winning record. The Bulldogs have compiled a 30-13 mark over the last four years.

CU returns 14 starters, including eight on defense, as well as 35 total letterwinners from last season’s club. The quarterback tandem of redshirt seniors Broc Loveless and Reed Gurchiek will also be back, with the duo combining for 1,346 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns along with 1,287 yards passing and five TDs.

The club’s leading tackler, Nathan Jernigan, who tallied 66 stops with eight tackles for loss and four interceptions, along with fellow linebacker Christopher Golden (52 tackles, 3 TFLs), anchor a defense allowed just 20.5 points over the last four outings and forced 25 turnovers with 25 sacks for the year.

The Bulldogs are currently in the middle of spring practice and will conclude the month-long session with a Spring Game on Saturday, April 26 at 11 a.m. at Nokes-Lasater Field.

Cumberland opens the season at home against the University of the Cumberlands on September 6 and will take on Belhaven University, Campbellsville University, Reinhardt University and Alderson Broaddus at Nokes-Lasater Field in 2014. The Bulldogs play road games at UT Martin, Bluefield College, the University of Pikeville, Union College, Faulkner University and Bethel University.

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Cumberland Football announces 13 signees

Cumberland Football announces 13 signees

Posted on 18 February 2014 by Allen

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Cumberland football coach Donnie Suber announced the signing of 13 players to scholarship papers this week for the 2014 season, including local products Dakota Self, Coleton Thomas and Jeff Benson.

Benson was a three-year letterwinner for coach Thomas McDaniel at Oakland High School in Murfreesboro, Tenn. He was named the team’s Lineman of the Year as a senior and played in the Toyota East/West All-Star Game at the conclusion of the season.

Benson also won an award for Dedication in the Weight Room as a junior. He has also lettered four years in wrestling and was a state qualifier as a sophomore and junior, recording 27 pins last season and reaching the 100 career win plateau this year. He is the son of Becky and Jeff Benson, Sr.

Self was a four-year letterwinner for coach Gavin Webster at Watertown High School, garnering All-District 8-A honors as a junior and senior. He was named the squad’s Special Teams Player of the Year as a junior and Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, recording 100 tackles with three fumble recoveries and six sacks this season.

He registered 84 tackles with three tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries as a junior and collected 64 stops with three sacks and 11 tackles for loss as a sophomore. Self added 389 rushing yards and 486 receiving yards in 2013 and had 324 yards on the ground and 476 receiving yards as a junior for the Purple Tigers. He is the son of Donnie and Christine Self.

Thomas played for coach Sam Harp at Lebanon High School and was named the team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year as a senior. He is the son of Terry Thomas and Karen Baker.

Eli Ironside hails from Hillgrove High School in Powder Springs, Ga., where he was a First Team All-County and All-State selection for coach Phil Ironside, former Middle Tennessee quarterback. He was named the 6A Offensive Player of the Year by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association and the Marietta Daily Journal Offensive Player of the Year.

Ironside posted a 22-3 mark as a starting quarterback, amassing 2,600 passing yards and 41 touchdowns for the Hawks. He is the son of Phil and Latashia Ironside.

Florence, Ala., native Drake Tyler started 20 consecutive games at Florence High School for coach Jamey Dubose and the Falcons, earning Most Improved Offensive Player as a senior. He also lettered in track and field during his career at FHS.

Jalen Jackson lettered his senior year for coach Matt Daniel at Heritage High School in Conyers, Ga., earning All-Region accolades. He also participated in the D.L. Scott Coalition East-West All-Star Game and has lettered one year in baseball for the Patriots. He is the son of Delois and Jeffrey Jackson.

Chandler Peeples, another Heritage product, lettered three years at HHS, garnering All-Region and All-Area honors. He played in the D.L. Scott Coalition East-West All-Star Game and the Florida-Georgia All-Star Game and was a Georgia High School Assocation Preseason Academic selection and a four-year scholar-athlete. He is the son of Molly Peeples and Gene Peeples.

Donovan Norfleet also was a three-year letterwinner for coach Daniel at Heritage, earning All-Area and All-Region accolades for the Patriots. He participated in the D.L. Scott Coalition East-West All-Star Game and was a two-year school-athlete as well. He is the son of Kevin and Antoinette Norfleet.

Newman, Ga., native Weylin Orr was a three-year letterwinner for coach Ahmand Tinker at East Coweta High School in Sharpsburg, Ga. He rushed for 1,164 yards and 14 touchdowns and collected 10 receptions for 64 yards while garnering All-Region accolades for the Indians. He is also a four-year letterwinner in track and field at ECHS.

Ladarius Rodgers earned All-Region honors for coach Nick Nester at Lake Cormorant High School in Lake Cormorant, Miss. He also lettered in track at LCHS and is the son of Kelvin and Regina Jackson.

Winter Haven, Fla., native Deveonte Mackey was a three-year letterwinner for coach Dan Talbot at Lakeland Senior High School in Lakeland, Fla., garnering Honorable Mention All-Region honors for the Mighty Dreadnaughts. He is the son of Dennis and Gloretha Mackey.

Brendan Lodrigue was a football letterwinner for coach Tim Driscoll at Munford High School in Munford, Tenn., and is the son of John and Samantha Lodrigue.

White House, Tenn., native Wyatt Bailey was an All-District and All-County selection for coach Jeff Porter at White House High School. He also lettered in wrestling for the Blue Devils and is the son of Bill and Laura Moore.

2014 Cumberland Football Signees

Wyatt Bailey 6-1 275 White House, Tenn. White House HS
Jeff Benson 6-3 275 Readyville, Tenn. Oakland HS
Eli Ironside 6-1 195 Powder Springs, Ga. Hillgrove HS
Jalen Jackson 6-6 320 Conyers, Ga. Heritage HS
Brendan Lodrigue 6-4 280 Atoka, Tenn. Munford HS
Deveonte Mackey 6-2 255 Winter Haven, Fla. Lakeland Senior HS
Donovan Norfleet 6-3 200 Conyers, Ga. Heritage HS
Weylin Orr 5-6 165 Newnan, Ga. East Coweta HS
Chandler Peeples 6-0 285 Conyers, Ga. Heritage HS
Ladarius Rodgers 6-1 165 Lake Cormorant, Miss. Lake Cormorant HS
Dakota Self 6-3 180 Lebanon, Tenn. Watertown HS
Coleton Thomas 6-4 275 Lebanon, Tenn. Lebanon HS
Drake Tyler 6-1 265 Florence, Ala. Florence HS

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