Photo Gallery : Glenville Contingent Arrives

At 12:30 a.m. on Friday morning, Ted Ginn Sr. was in the Crowne Plaza lobby helping his Glenville Tarblooder players check into their hotel for the All-American combine on Friday evening. The same Ted Ginn that is the head coach of the East squad for the All-American Bowl on Saturday. Glenville will, once again, have another strong contingent of players present at the combine on Saturday and Sunday. Here are the players from Glenville along with a player from St. Edward and Cardinal Mooney.


Photo Gallery : Glenville Contingent Arrive In Town For AA Combine


Ted Ginn Sr. (pictured in the center) found time in his busy schedule to make sure his players were able to check into their hotel with no problems. Fortunately for Ginn the hotel where he is staying at is within walking distance.



Jermale Hines who, for the record, was born in Cleveland, moved to Georgia in the seventh grade and then moved back to Cleveland in time for last season. Hines is a Top 5 talent in Ohio next season.



Kyle Jefferson (will be a senior) has all of the measureables they're looking for at the next level.



David "The Rat" Garrity (will be a senior) should occupy one cornerback position for Glenville this year, full-time, after transferring in from Shaker Heights last season.



Dewawn Whitner (will be a junior) has lost a lot of weight and is very serious about his football future (center and defensive tackle) and very proud of his NFL-bound brother Donte.



Bruce Davis is a real solid defender who transferred in from Benedictine High School



Cordell Scott (will be a junior) was the quarterback of the JV squad last year but will play wideout for the varsity next year.



Marcus Hall is currently a 6-4, 287-pound freshman.



Shawntel Rowell (will be a junior) is set to transfer to Glenville from Warrensville Heights in time fo the next semester.



Labron Daniels (will be a senior) is a 6-2, 225 pound defensive end/linebacker who will also transfer to Glenville from Warrensville Heights in time for the next semester.



Dionte Marrow is a St. Edward Eagle who made the trip with the Glenville crew but will remain a member of St. Edward.



And Brandon Beachum, who just happened to be in the lobby at the same time, transferred to Youngstown Cardinal Mooney from Poland. Beachum will be a junior running back for the Cardinals next season.


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