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The 5' 10", 165 pound cornerback out of Olive Branch lost a tough game against South Panola, but he believes his team learned something from that game.

"We know that we can match up with them, physically, now. We just can not get off to a bad start like we did," added Keshun Cowan. But we know that if we keep working hard, things might be different next time we see them in the playoffs."

Cowan has 24 tackles, 2 int's, and over 350 yards receiving this season. What has he improved on?

"I am about the same right now. I am reading the offenses better. I can pick out the plays before they are run. I guess that is the main thing, better recognition."

How has the team improved?

"We seem to be better in spots on the field. We have a couple folks stepping up to help us get better."

Some of those players are transfers from the City of Memphis. Is it hard getting adjusted to one another on such short notice?

"It is kind of hard at the beginning, but after we bring them in, they are a part of the family. We show them the love and the strategy we have for them. It has worked out nicely for us, really."

Who are the schools still interested in KeShun?

"I went to Memphis for a visit. They are calling a lot. I also went to Alabama for a game. MTSU and USM are still calling. It is the usual folks. The same colleges are still recruiting me."

Is Cowan hearing from MSU or Ole Miss?

"No, I stopped hearing from them in the summer."

Any new offers?

"Still just Central Arkansas. I think Memphis is getting close though."

Keshun would prefer to play in the SEC.

"I would like to go to any SEC school. I have always dreamed of playing in the SEC, but if I do not get that chance, I will go 110 percent for anyone."

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