Four more Tigers Headed to Play Football at Four-Year Schools
CLARKSDALE — Coahoma Community College Athletic Director Freeman Horton announced that four more Coahoma Community College sophomores would be continuing their football careers at four-year colleges or universities next fall. Two Tigers on the defensive side of the ball, and two on the offensive side have recently inked letters of intent to take their games to the next level.
Two Tigers, Dannick Artis, a 6-foot-2-inch, 350-pound lineman; and James Harmon, will take their talents to Divison II Lincoln College to play for second-year Lions Head Coach Ramon Flannigan. Artis graded out as one of Coahoma’s top offensive lineman; and Harmon had 31 total tackles, one interception, nine pass deflections, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries this season in the CCC secondary.
Isiah Anderson, Coahoma’s 6-foot-3-inch defensive end will be traveling east to Missouri Southern State University to suit up for the Lions. Anderson had 51 total tackles for CCC last season including two sacks, and two forced fumbles. The Lions finished their 2013-14 campaign at 7-3 (5-3 in the MIAA conference) including a win over Pittsburgh State in the Sonic Miners Bowl. He will be playing under third-year head coach Daryl Daye.
Terrance Williams, CCC’s 6-foot-3, 315 pound offensive lineman will travel southwest to take the field for Texas Southern. The Tigers were 2-9 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference in 2013-14. Williams will be playing for fourth-year Head Coach Darrell Asberry.