Two current Tigers, one former, sign scholarships
Published 6:03 pm Friday, February 4, 2011
Greenville High School hosted a Signing Day ceremony for two current football players and one former player.
ZaDarius Smith and Anthony McMeans each signed Letters of Intent, as did former player Jamontay Pilson. See photos below.
Greenville High School defensive end ZaDarius Smith, center, signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at East Mississippi Community College next year. Pictured with Smith are his mother, Sharon Smith, and brother, Stephano Smith. Standing is GHS principal Brad Cook and football coach Ben Blackmon.
Greenville High School offensive lineman Anthony "Shaq" McMeans signs a National Letter of Intent to play football at Tuskegee University next year. Pictured with McMeans are his mother Patricia Warren, GHS principal Brad Cook and head coach Ben Blackmon.
Former Greenville High School standout Jamontay Pilson signs a National Letter of Intent to play football at the University of West Alabama. Pilson has played at Northwest Community College the past two years. Pictured with Pilson are GHS defensive coordinator Matt Coghlan, left, and GHS head coach Ben Blackmon. (All photos, Kevin Pearcey)