DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — Early Wednesday morning, there was tons of excitement in the Dothan gym as six seniors took a huge step in their football career.
Starting the morning off, cornerback Kam Dawsey who was once a receiver signed his letter to attend Iowa Western.
“After you get done with peewee just making it to the next level. Once you get to college, not everybody have this opportunity it’s just a dream come true,” Dawsey said.
Next up it was his partner who plays on the other side of him, Keion Jackson who took his talents to Tennessee Valley. He was excited for the school giving him a chance.
“They were the first to give me offer so I went ahead and took it,” Jackson said.
Last but not least on the defensive side of the ball, defensive end JK Frazier is heading to Otterbein university in Ohio, and one of the leaders of the pack, outside linebacker Jamel Harris, will be attending sterling college in Arkansas.
“It’s just the best thing that could possibly happen besides draft day but other than that its just feels unreal,” Frazier said.
“The city itself is really small but they really close net they really stay together and support the team and that really drew me there,” Harris said.
As for the two offensive guys, Jason and James Hall as you can tell they are twins, and yes they still will be together on the same football field in college at Mount Marty in South Dakota.
“The city itself is really small but they really close net they really stay together and support the team and that really drew me there,” Jason Hall said.
“They showed much love up there which made it even greater and at the same time me and my brother got offered by them which will be close together and we won’t be as far and won’t be homesick,” James Hall said.