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James Clemens Trio Sign Football Scholarships

James Clemens Football Signings

Tyron Wilson-

An all-purpose threat for the James Clemens Jets, the 6-foot-2, 190-pound Tyrone Wilson was a wide receiver/defensive back. He racked up 288 all-purpose yards while totaling 20 tackles, seven interceptions and a blocked kick in his senior season. Wilson signed an athletic scholarship with Harding University located in Searcy, Ark.

Kimarde Edwards-

At 6-foot, 270-pounds and wearing No. 99 for the James Clemens Jets, Kimarde Edwards signed an athletic scholarship with Oklahoma Baptist College located on Oklahoma City, Ok. The defensive lineman piled up 40 tackles, including seven for loss, and 12 sacks on the 2020 season.

Keontae Strother-

As a linebacker for the James Clemens Jets, Keontae Strother had 50 tackles last season. He had one interception and three forced fumbles for 108 return yards. The 5-foot-11, 220-pound tackler signed an athletic scholarship with the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks located in Flagstaff, Az.

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