Central lineman commits to Campbellsville



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Mon. January 27, 2014 | Mary Kenney

Central's Jeremy Luckett has accepted a scholarship to play for Campbellsville University in Kentucky.

The 6-foot-1, 240-pound defensive lineman follows in the footsteps of former Fivay quarterback Tyler Degen, who signed with the Tigers last May.

Luckett started for the Bears for two years and shined on defense despite his team's disappointing win-loss records, 0-10 last season and 1-9 in 2012.

Campbellsville is an NAIA program. The Tigers went 4-6 last season.

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