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|Rams send seven seniors to next level|
After a big year on the field, the Richwood Rams had a big day off the field when seven football players signed national letters of intent to play college football this coming fall.
Wide receiver Cedric Goins and offensive lineman Andre Sanford signed with the Grambling State Tigers on Wednesday.
Sanford, an all-district selection, blocked for an offense that produced over 4,000 yards during the 2008 season.
Wide reciever Richard Wilson is headed to Baton Rouge to play for the Southern University Jaguars after three years as a starter for Richwood. In his senior season, he was the team's leading receiver with 37 catches for 471 yards along with five grabs for touchdowns. He also had 39 carries for 386 yards and four scores.
Langston College, a division II school in Oklahoma, pulled some great local talent away from Richwood. A pair of defensive backs, Quinton Stubblefield and Brennan Hunter will now go to Langston and continue their football careers.
"We are real proud of all our guys accomplished this season," Richwood head coach Warren Trimble said. "Our coaches have done a real good job of getting them out there and the players took care of business in the classroom.
A third defensive back, Dorham Epting, will also continue his football career at Louisiana College.
Epting was part of a defensive backfield that caused headache each week for opposing offensive coaches and helped lead Richwood to the Class 3A quarterfinals this season.