It was yet another successful year for JC recruits and the schools that recruited them. Several schools signed multiple JUCO prospects while others were a little more selective, doing their best to fill holes in their rosters. Here's a look at where some of the best prospects went and how they'll likely fit into their new surroundings…
February 8, 2009
Marshall University Head Football Coach Mark Snyder announced the signing of four junior college student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, the first day of the junior college signing period. The Thundering Herd is expected to make additional signings during the period that runs through January 15.
December 17, 2008
When you're averaging over 400 yards and four touchdowns per game at the JC level, D-1 programs stand up and take notice and that's exactly what is happening with Mendocino QB Jacob Laudenslayer (6-3, 225). The signal-caller from northern California doesn't have any offers yet, but several schools have let it be known they want to see more of him in the very near future.
September 29, 2008
It's been a while since we've been able to catch up with Mendocino QB Jacob Laudenslayer (6-3, 225) and he's been a busy young man. He's been working on the finer-points of playing quarterback while also leading 7-on-7 drills and he's been getting some attention from a few schools on the recruiting trail as well. Read on to find out more...
July 26, 2008
One of the more unheralded names in the California JUCO ranks this past season was Mendocino QB Jacob Laudenslayer (6-3, 225). He's about as talented as any signal-caller in the country and he can hurt teams with both his arm or his legs. JCFootball.com caught up with the young man from northern California recently and we asked him what sets him apart from all the rest.
March 12, 2008