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National Signing Day 2013

Posted Thursday, February 07, 2013 by GCHS

National Signing Day 2013

Posted on: Thursday, February 07, 2013

Graves County’s Eli Wilson turns success as Eagle lineman into signing with nearby Murray State University Racers

 

ELI WILSON TO MSU – Graves County football player Eli Wilson signed a letter of intent on National Signing Day, Feb. 6, to play for Murray State University. A three-year starter for the Eagles, Wilson was named as an offensive lineman to the 2012 First Teams of the Courier-Journal, the All-West Kentucky Conference, the Pepsi/Paducah Sun All-Region, and the Bluegrasspreps.com State Team. He also was named as a defensive lineman to the Second Team of the 2012 Associated Press All-State Team. He was recognized with the Graves County High School Football Mark Shelton Leadership Award. Pictured here, from left, are (seated) father Ben Wilson, Eli Wilson, mother Lauri Wilson, (standing) head coach Lance Gregory, brothers Wade and MaxWilson, and coaches John Wiggins and Les May.

 

(Photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)



National Signing Day 2013

Posted on: Thursday, February 07, 2013
Graves County’s Zach Katzman caps record-setting HS football career, signing as MSU running back KATZMAN TO MSU – Graves County Eagle Zach Katzman signed a letter of intent on National Signing Day, Feb. 6, to play football for Murray State University. Katzman, a 5-foot, 10-inch, 180-pound running back and cornerback rushed 250 times this year for some 2,265 yards, averaging 188.8 yards per game and 9.02 yards per carry. He scored 34 touchdowns. He set numerous records during both his senior year and for his total high school career. A three-year starter, he was named to the 2012 Courier-Journal All-State First Team as a running back, the Associated Press All-State Team as an honorable mention for running back and defensive back, the Pepsi/Paducah Sun All-Region First Team as a running back, the BluegrassPreps.com First Team as a running back, and the Willie 102.1 FM Player of the Year. Perhaps most impressive is Katzman’s status as the first player in Graves County history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in one season and the school’s all-time leading rusher. He is especially known for his strong work ethic. Pictured here, from left, (front row) are father Chad Katzman, Zach Katzman, sister Mallory Katzman, mother Debbie Katzman, brother Cole Katzman, (back row) coaches Lance Gregory, John Wiggins, Les May, and Jay Buckley. (Photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)

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