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Mon. January 7, 2013 | Rodney Page | Email

Lakewood coach Cory Moore's office is full of letters and pamphlets from college coaches. According to Moore, his team could have as many as 11 players sign Division I college scholarships on signing day, and many others sign with smaller schools. Trying to keep up with it all has almost become Moore's full time job.

Here are the players who could sign on the dotted line, including some of the schools they are considering.

WR Rodney Adams (Cincinnati, UCF, USF); WR Marquez Valdes (Kentucky, N.C. State), DB Shaquill Griffin (UCF), FS Shaquem Griffin (UCF), QB Tracy Johnson (Howard, Texas Southern), TE Adrian Palmore (Florida Atlantic, Missouri), RB Laterian Latimer (Baker University), SS Gary Sherman (Baker University), OLB/SS Hosea Durant (Baker University), RB/LB Malcolm Ervin (Tennessee St.), OL Logan McNeil (Tennessee St.), RB/LB Zamarie Johnson (Stillman College), OL Anthony Haugabook (Weber College, Temple), DE Robert Winfield (Florida Tech).

Moore said LB/FB Austin Copeland and athlete Shane Allen could also get offers by signing day.

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