Many Chattanooga Players To Take Part In 5th Annual Futurestars Tennessee vs Kentucky Football Game

Saturday, May 10, 2014

The Chattanooga area will be well represented in the 5th Annual Futurestars Tennessee vs Kentucky gootball game to be played. Saturday, June 21,t in Owensboro, Ky., at Kentucky Wesleyan College.

The team will stay and practice at the University of Tennessee Vols complex.

7th Graders

Marco Dozier East Hamilton DB

Jumane Johnson Tyner DL

Trea Johnson East Ridge WR

Tommy Owten III Tyner WR

Sincer Quinn Ooltewah ATH

Malachi Trantham Notre Dame WR

Cameron Wynn Lookout Valley DB

8th Graders

JaHuon Beard Hixson LB

Jarrod Bibbs Orchard Knob DB

Jaylon Bowens Brown DB

Timothy Bowman Jr.

Tyner RB

Brenden Callaway Ooltewah DE

Jalon Derrick East Hamilton OL

Rico Dozier McCallie WR

Kohl Henke Boyd-Buchanan DB

Jared Jackson Ooltewah DL

Treasure Johnson Cleveland RB

Jumar Jordan Tyner LB

Asa Owens Boyd-Buchanan OL


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