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|Nutt to be guest speaker at NFFHF|
Ole Miss head coach Houston Nutt will be the featured speaker at the 28th Annual Miss-Lou Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Thursday, Feb. 26 at the Natchez Eola Hotel.
The banquet is held each year to present scholarships to seven area scholar-athletes. Seven junior high scholar-athletes will be recognized.
Representing Concordia Parish will be Jake Martin of Vidalia High, Levier Pryor of Ferriday High and Drew Loomis of Huntington.
Others student-athletes being honored are T.J. Johnson of Adams County Christian School, Harrison Burns of Cathedral, Jackson Bryant of Trinity and Melvin Davis of Natchez High.
Robert "Bob" Barrett will receive the Contributor to Amateur Football Award, while Floyd Eppinette will be honored with the Distinguised American Award.
Martin played center at Vidalia High where he has a 3.41 grade point average and scored a 21 on his ACT.
Pryor played linebacker at Ferriday and has a 3.57 GPA.
Loomis played defensive back at Huntington.
Four nominees will receive $,1000 scholarships, while scholarships of $1,750, $2,000 and $2,250 will also be presented.
Junior high athletes being recognized are Garrett Rehms of Vidalia, Jarvis D. Brooks of Ferriday, Dalton Corbett of Huntington, Dakota Vaughan of Cathedral, Kevin Campbell of ACCS, Caleb Upton of Trinity.
Nutt turned around Ole Miss program's in just a year, leading the Rebels to five straight wins and a 9-4 record. Ole Miss upset Texas Tech, 47-24.
Former Alcorn State head football coach Ernest Jones was the guest speaker last year.
Tickets to the banquet are $15 and can be purchased at Big Joe Oil, Concordia Bank in Vidalia or at Kimbrell Office Supply.
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