Coastal inks 30 players from 11 states on Signing Day

Coastal Carolina cashed in on National Signing Day 2013 on Wednesday, landing 30 players from 11 different states.

Second-year coach Joe Moglia held a press conference Wednesday afternoon to address the details of the signing class.

In addition to recruiting Coastal’s traditional grounds of the Carolinas and Georgia, Moglia’s staf expanded the recruiting borders this year to include catches from the Eastern Seaboard – Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

The following list includes the 30 players who have signed with their heights, weights, positions, hometowns and high schools.

Coastal Carolina University 2013 Football Recruiting Class

Name                          Ht.          Wt.      Pos.    Hometown / Previous School
Osharmar Abercrombie          5-10        190      RB      Greenwood, S.C. / Emerald HS
Connor Barbour                6-1          305      OL      Clayton, N.C. / Clayton HS
Ryan Barkley                  6-4          290      OL      Fort Mill, S.C. / Charlotte Catholic HS
Nicholas Bonaparte            6-4          295      OL      Baltimore, Md. / Paul L. Dunbar HS
Matt Broome                   6-0          180      LS        Chesnee, S.C. / Boiling Springs HS
Ed Brown                      6-2          225      DL      Cedar Bluff, Miss. / West Point HS
Tim Burns                     6-4          225      QB      Carrollton, Va. / Nansemond-Suffolk Academy
Derek Carter                  6-2          245      DL      Virginia Beach, Va. / First Colonial HS
Nicholas Clark                5-11        160      DB      Hampton, Va. / Bethel HS
Cooper Clegg                  6-1          285      OL      Fort Mill, S.C. / Fort Mill HS
Ashton Culick                 6-6          265      OL      Aynor, S.C. / Aynor HS
Drew Dettra                   6-3          250      DL      Leesburg, Va. / Stone Bridge HS
Elijah Griffin                6-3          265      DL      Downingtown, Pa. / Downingtown East HS
Markell Hill                  6-0          180      DB      Chesnee, S.C. / Chesnee HS
Ben Hinson                    6-3          165      P/K      Columbia, S.C. / Irmo HS
Jon Jenkins * #               6-4          300      OL      Miami, Fla. / Miami Northwestern HS / ASA (N.Y.)

Kerron Johnson                6-3          180      DB      Woodbury, N.J. / Highland Regional HS
Shane Johnson                 6-2          220      LB        Yeadon, Pa. / Salisbury School (Conn.)
Chris Jones                   5-11        165      WR      Coatesville, Pa. / Coatesville HS
Jesse June                    5-11        190      DB      Wilmington, Del. / Salesianum School
Jarius McMillan               5-10        215      LB        Orlando, Fla. / Dr. Phillips HS
Rodney Mitchell * ^           6-3          290      OL      Cartersville, Ga. / Cartersville HS / ASA (Ga.)
Landon Moss                   6-4          195      WR      Alexandria, Va. / T.C. Williams HS
Darrin Phillips               6-3          240      DL      Chicago, Ill. / Chicago Hope Academy
Dwayne Price                  6-3          250      DL      East Orange, N.J. / East Orange Campus HS

Frankie Richardson            6-2          185      WR      Fort Lauderdale, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas HS
Imir Sanders * #              5-10        185      DB      West Mifflin, Pa. / West Mifflin HS / Lackawanna CC
A.J. Sattinger                6-2          230      TE        Clearwater, Fla. / Countryside HS
Alex Scearce                  6-3          190      DB      Huntersville, N.C. / Lake Norman Charter School
C.J. Thompson                 5-10      185      DB      Charlotte, N.C. / South Mecklenburg HS
* – enrolled at Coastal Carolina in January 2013
# – will be listed as a junior with two years of eligibility remaining
^ – will be listed as a true freshman

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