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|Two Bulldogs sign up for college play|
The Carroll Bulldogs sent two players to the next level on Wednesday as defensive end Darrius Dunaway signed a national letter of intent to play for Arkansas State and safety Josh Ross signed with the Grambling State Tigers.
Ross was the only senior and multi-year starter for the Bulldogs in the defensive backfield during the 2008 season.
Ross made his final season count as he lead the defense at Carroll with 44 tackles, two forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and one interception.
"He was an average football player that was recruited because of possessing great speed," Carroll head coach Jackie Hamilton said. "He is a good young man that can play at the next level because of his will to win and his athleticism."
Ross may switch to wide receiver as he posted a 40-yard dash time of 4.4 seconds last summer and has Tiger coaches dreaming getting him on the field quickly. He may see early playing time for the defending champions of the Southwest Athletic Conference.
Dunaway will likely play defensive end for the Sun Belt Conference contenders, the Arkansas State Red Wolves.
Dunaway commanded the line of scrimmage for the Bulldogs and was also a leader in the classroom at Carroll after posting a 3.6 grade-point average.
His classroom work was good enough to give him Academic All-American honors, greatly helping his chances of landing a Division I scholarship on Wednesday.
ASU currently has two seniors and graduated two players at defensive end coming into the 2009 season. The Red Wolves went 6-6 and had a legitimate shot at a post-season berth slip away when they lost their final game at Troy, 35-9.