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Four More JCJC Bobcats sign football scholarships

Ellisville, Mississippi (WDAM) – Four more Jones County Junior College football players have signed to play senior college football.

Running Back Justin Gaines of Bay Springs and linebacker Kewon Hunter of Oak Grove have signed with Belhaven University in Jackson, offensive lineman Caleb McGruder of Enterprise inked with the University of West Alabama in Livingston and wide receiver Rashad Wynes of Macon, Ga., is headed to Albany State University in Georgia.

Earlier, JCJC defensive end Ryan Robinson signed with Oklahoma State University and defensive tackle Jo'nal White signed with Louisiana Tech.

Gaines is 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, Hunter is 6-foot-1, 200-pounds, McGruder is 6-foot-5, 300-pounds and Wynes is 6-foot-2, 210-pounds.

Bobcat head coach Pierce and his staff will begin adding high school players to their roster on Feb. 2, which is National Signing Day.

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