Powe was the number one defensive tackle in the country by several recruiting experts.
Jerrell came up a little short on his grades
and has decided to enroll at Hargrave.
"I am going to Hargrave next
semester. I was a little short (on my grades) but I worked real hard. All of this
taught me a lot. I have studied and studied and studied this past year. I came
up a little short, but that is OK, I can go to Hargrave and be ready by the second semester.
I will be at Ole Miss by January, ready to start practice in the Spring," commented
Is Powe happy with his decision?
"Yea, I am happy
about this decision. I think I need the experience due to the talent I am going
to be facing when I enter the SEC," explained Jerrell Powe. "Hargrave
will have a lot of great players for me to go up against everyday. This can only
make me better," commented Jerrell.
Could Jerrell be living with Ole
Miss signee, John Jerry?
"I am living with John Jerry. John is an
incredible man and friend. I can not wait to get on the field with him. We will
be a heck of a duo at Hargrave and Ole Miss. There will not be too many people
pushing us around (laugh)."
Headed to Hargrave in August
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