JC Lineman Getting Looks

It seems that in recent years many college football programs have dipped heavily into the junior college ranks for offensive linemen as a way to quickly improve up front. This season is no exception.Despite a 2-9 season, Holmes Community College has found at least one of their players is becoming a desirable commodity.

6'5" 270lb offensive lineman Shawn Pee of Holmes didn't always man a position up front. As a player at tiny Winona Christian School, Pee was a fullback and was often the primary ball carrier for his team. He signed with Holmes as a player that was projected to be a tight end. As he has grown larger, he has been shifted to the offensive line but has kept his speed and agility, running the 40 in five seconds flat.

Pee, who will be eligible to be a mid-year signee on December 21st, has seen his recruiting slowly building momentum. Currently South Alabama, Marshall, Henderson State and D2 powerhouse Delta State have expressed interest. While none have provided a written offer, Pee believes they are close.

"Delta State and South Alabama, probably one of them (would be his favorites)," said Pee.

Pee visited Delta State recently and may make others now that his season is over.

While still learning his position, Pee may realize his potential on the next level, to the benefit of a four-year program.

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