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Football Player Profiles

NAME NUMBER HIGH SCHOOL HOMETOWN POSITION HEIGHT WEIGHT

Devin Adams

2-Devin-Adams

2 C.F. Vigor Mobile, AL QB 6'4" 245

Taquille Eatmon

3-Taquille-Eatmon

3 Maranatha Cleveland, MS RB 5'8" 165

Denarius Howard

4-Denarius-Howard

4 Amanda Elzy Greenwood, MS DB 6'1" 190

Cedric Poole

5-Cedric-Poole

5 Center Point Birmingham, AL DB 5'10" 192

Quadre Butler

6-Quadre-Butler

6 Eastside Cleveland, MS RB 5'9" 204

Simeon Kimble

7-Simeon-Kimble

7 Eastside Cleveland, MS DB 5'7" 169

Kameron Carter

8-Kameron-Carter

8 Greenwood Greenwood, MS WR 6'0" 170

Devonte McPherson

9-Devonte-McPherson

9 St. Joseph Greenville, MS QB 6'0" 175

De'Quontae Carroll

10-DeQuontae-Carroll

10 South Delta Rolling Fork, MS LB 6'1" 217

Jaylon Daniels

11-Jaylon-Daniels

11 Amanda Elzy Greenwood, MS QB 5'11" 180

Brooks Lott

13-Brooks-Lott

13 Winona Christian Winona, MS WR 5'8" 155

Karlos Warren

14-Karlos-Warren

14 Gentry Indianola, MS DB 6'0" 181

Se'Quon Steele

15-SeQuon-Steele

15 Greenwood Greenwood, MS DB 5'11" 164

Derrick Jenkins

16-Derrick-Jenkins

16 Ray Brooks Benoit, MS WR 5'9" 180

Khalil Johnson

17-Khalil-Johnson

17 Greenwood Greenwood, MS DB 5'7" 151

Dwight Griggs, Jr.

18-Dwight-Griggs-Jr

18 Greenwood Greenwood, MS LB 6'1" 205

Zacarion Goodman

19-Zacarion-Goodman

19 Greenville Weston Greenville, MS K 5'8" 140

LaDarius Johnson

20-LaDarius-Johnson

20 John F. Kennedy Mound Bayou, MS DB 5'10" 190

Lloyd Robinson

21-Lloyd-Robinson

21 John F. Kennedy Mound Bayou, MS DB 6'1" 180

Justin King

22-Justin-King

22 Shaw Shaw, MS LB 6'0" 231

Aric Davis

23-Aric-Davis

23 South Delta Anguilla, MS DB 6'3" 171

Roshard Burney

24-Roshard-Burney

24 Palmbeach West Palmbeach, FL RB 5'11" 219

Terence Phinisee, III

25-Terence-Phinisee

25 Kirby Memphis, TN DB 5'8" 165

Doug West

28-Doug-West

28 Jones County Gray, GA DE 6'1" 205

Alex Johnson

30-Alex-Johnson

30 Greenwood Greenwood, MS LB 6'1" 235

Dentarious Montgomery

 31-Dentarious-Montgomery

31 Ruleville Central Ruleville, MS WR 6'0" 178

Arthur Gillespie

33-Arthur-Gillespie

33 East Oktibbeha Starkville, MS DB 6'1" 170

Chauncy Matthews

34-Chauncy-Matthews

34 West Tallahatchie Webb, MS RB 5'10" 215

Demerrius Williams

35-Demerrius-Williams

35 Shaw Shaw, MS DL 6'3" 260

Donald Jackson

36-Donald-Jackson

36 Greenville Weston Greenville, MS RB 5'8" 165

Brandon Smith

40-Brandon-Smith

40 South Delta Mayersville, MS DE 5'10" 260

Cody Lloyd

42-Cody-Lloyd

42 Winona Winona, MS K 5'8" 200

Rick Scott, Jr.

44-Ricky-Scott-Jr

44 Ruleville Central Ruleville, MS LB 5'10" 199

Quatez Harris

45-Quartez-Harris

45 Greenwood Greenwood, MS DB 5'6" 165

Marcus Threatt

48-Marcus-Threatt

48 Southaven Southaven, MS DB 5'9" 183

Justin Simpson

50-Justin-Simpson

50 Old Dominion Cleveland, MS OL 6'3" 326

Tony Williams

51-Tony-Williams

51 Murrah Jackson, MS DL 6'0" 260

Broderick Hodo

52-Broderick-Hodo

52 Greenwood Greenwood, MS LB 6'0" 220

Bobby Leone

54-Bobby-Leone

54 Lee Academy Rena Lara, MS DE 6'4" 220

Johnny Russell

55-Johnny-Russell

55 Eastside Cleveland, MS DL 6'1" 260

MacJavoris Tims

62-MacJavoris-Tims

62 Greenwood Greenwood, MS OL 6'0" 290

Zsa-Trellis Moore 

64-Zsa-Trellis-Moore

64 Greenwood Greenwood, MS DL 5'11" 267

Stanquanze Dawkins

 

65 Eastside Cleveland, MS DL 6'3" 298

Lavanda Bennett

66-Lavanda-Bennett

66 Greenwood Greenwood, MS OL 6'0" 272

Demetri Moore

72-Demetri-Moore

72 Huffman Birmingham, AL OL 6'6" 260

Joshua Cooper

74-Joshua-Cooper

74 Yazoo City Yazoo City, MS OL 6'1" 315

Edrick Thigpen

75-Edrick-Thigpen

75 Ruleville Central Drew, MS OL 6'3" 325

Brandon Moore

76-Brandon-Moore

76 Old Dominion Louisville, MS OL 6'4" 294

Brant Williams

82-Brant-Williams

82 Eastside Cleveland, MS TE 6'3" 298

Jakarius Flowers

84 Gentry Indianola, MS WR 6'0" 190

Mike Williams

85-Mike-Williams

85 Warren Central Vicksburg, MS WR 6'3" 163

C.J. Welch

92-CJ-Welch

92 Glynn Academy Brunswick, GA DE 6'2" 230

Jordan Washington

95-Jordan-Washington

95 North Guinett Atlanta, GA DL 6'3" 265

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Jeff Tatum
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    Head Coach Jeff Tatum is a former MDCC Trojan quarterback and was a member of the coaching staff under James “Wooky” Gray who led Mississippi Delta to an undefeated 1993 season. During that season, the Trojans won the North Division, State and National Championships.
   
    Tatum earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Health, Physical Education and Recreatoin from Delta State University.

    He was an assistant coach and offensive coordinator at MDCC from 1987 to 1997. During his first stint here, the coaching staff was named Mississippi Association of Community and Junior College (MACJC) Coaching Staff of the Year three times (1989, 1991, 1993) and he coached in the Real Dairy Bowl (1993).

  Tatum has coached in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-Star game six times (1990, 1992, 1994, 2013, 2014, 2015).

    He then coached one year at Georgia Military College (GMC) where the team led the nation in rushing and finished No. 4 in the nation overall.

   Tatum spent the 1999 season with Garden City Community College (GCCC) and helped the Broncbusters win the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) State Championship.

   Garden City spent most of that year in the No. 1 spot in the nationwide polls and finished No. 5 nationally overall. That season he and his fellow coaches were named the KJCCC Coaching Staff of the Year and Tatum coached in the Real Dairy Bowl game again.

   He then returned to GMC for 10 years as offensive coordinator and assistant head coach leading the Bulldogs to three National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Championship appearances and one national title (2001).

   Tatum’s offenses touted Top 10 national rankings each year and he was named Offensive Coordinator of the Year for 2002 by the conference. He returned to GCCC in 2010 as head coach and turned their program around.

   He led GCCC to a win in the Mississippi Bowl in 2012 and became the only team outside of the state to do so. Tatum and his assistants were named the 2012 KJCCC Coaching Staff of the Year and finished the year ranked No. 20 in the nation.

   Garden City was home to the 2012 conference Offensive Player of the Year, Nick Marshall, who signed with Auburn.

   Tatum returned to MDCC in 2013 as head coach of the Trojans and was named interim athletic director in August 2016.