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Custard prepared to start over at North Greenville
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L-ES DARIUS CUSTARD is flanked by his parents, Louise and Joaquin Custard, after signing a football letter-of-intent with North Greenville University. Also, from left, L-E principal Tommy Gladden, L-E assistant football and head basketball coach Derek Belton, L-E head football coach Scott Jones and L-E assistant football coach Darion Hutcherson.
Shortly after Darius Custard signed his national football letter-of-intent with North Greenville University, the Lugoff-Elgin senior’s mother let the cat out of the bag as to her son’s thinking about giving up football as a freshman at the school. Louise Custard’s revelation gave an insight as to the competitive nature of her son, whom L-E head football coach Scott Jones brought up to the varsity level, in addition to his role as a junior varsity player. In Custard’s mind, though, as long as he was dressing out for the varsity, he might as well have made himself useful and get into the games.