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Signing day being a flip and a Saintly haul
Six KC seniors ink National Letters of Intent
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Six high school seniors signed National Letters of Intent for football Wednesday at the school district's offices in Camden. The players and high schools/college choices are, from left, Elliott Campbell (Lugoff-Elgin/Wofford), Cedrick Cunningham (North Central/Army), Rahmel Burton (Lugoff-Elgin/Limestone), Adam Rowson (Lugoff-Elgin/Catawba), Jo Jo Watson (Camden/Limestone) and William Cobb (Camden/Limestone). Standing, from left, are, NCHS Principal David Branham, NCHS football coach Louis Clyburn, CHS football coach Jimmy Neal, L-EHS football coach Matt Campbell and L-EHS Principal Worth Thomasson. - photo by Tom Didato
Surprises and signing day go hand-in-hand. For one reason or another, a high school senior who has been committed to one school can be flipped to another while others hold their ground. Lugoff-Elgin offensive lineman Elliott Campbell, who had been committed to Furman since last summer, ended up signing with Wofford on Wednesday in a move which he announced on his social media account over this past weekend.