Did You Play Football In College? We Would Like to Know About It.
We are trying to compile a list of Kent City Football players currently playing in college or who played at the collegiate level in the past. If you played or you know of someone who played, please contact us at email@example.com. It is important for us to recognize the achievments of our young men after they have left the nest. Also, if you have pictures in your college football uniform, we certainly would like to use those as well.
Current Kent City Eagles Playing Football Collegiately
#2 ROCK ALLEN -- ALMA COLLEGE -- FRESHMAN
A 2012 graduate of Kent City Community Schools, Rock will enter Alma college this fall where he will play for the Scots. A senior on Coach Crane's 2011 team, Rock played defensive back for the Eagles and was described as an extremely hard-working and dedicated player for Kent City. To view a schedule of the Alma games this fall, please visit the website below. Good luck Rock!
#33 ISAAC AUSTIN -- OLIVET NAZARENE UNIVERSITY -- SOPHOMORE
A 2011 graduate of Kent City Community Schools, Isaac will complete his second season as a Tiger in 2012. The 5'7", 167 pound Austin will compete for a spot at running back at Olivet. To view a schedule of the Olivet Nazarene University games this fall, please visit the website below. http://athletics.olivet.edu/football/
#11 JORDAN MYERS -- HOPE COLLEGE -- SENIOR
A 2009 graduate of Kent City Community Schools, Jordan will compete in his Senior season at Hope College this fall with the Flying Dutchmen. In his first 3 seasons at Hope, Jordan has earned 2 Varsity Letters as a Defensive Back. To view a schedule of the Hope games this season click on the link below and take time out on a Saturday to go watch our very own #11, Jordan Myers finish out his playing career at Hope College.
Past Kent City Eagles Playing Football at the Collegiate Level
Information Needed to Complete this Section
Please send any and all information about Kent City players to firstname.lastname@example.org . It would also be helpful to have pictures of the players in their college uniforms.