MGCCC Bulldogs earn post-season honors

November 12, 2013
Ten Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College football players have earned state and regional accolades for their work on the gridiron in 2013. Bulldog wide receiver Dhaquille Williams, offensive lineman Craig Frigo, and running back Antwon Wells made the 2013 All-Region 23 and All-MACJC First Team squads, while linebacker Cavellis Luckett and defensive back Josh Keys are All-Region 23 and All-MACJC First Teamers on defense.

Williams, an Auburn commitment, caught 52 passes for 733 yards and nine touchdowns in 2013. Frigo helped anchor the Bulldog rushing attack that averaged 300 yards per game. In 2013 Wells led the MACJC in rushing with 846 yards and 13 TDs.

Luckett made 70 tackles for the Gulf Coast defense in 2013 and had two sacks and a pass break up, while Keys intercepted two passes while patrolling in the secondary.

The All-MACJC Second Team squad features Gulf Coast tight end Marlon Pope, offensive lineman Jonathan Steube and punter Kevin Phillips on offense and linebacker Trey Wafford and defensive back Justin Evans on defense. In 2013 Gulf Coast made a record-setting seventh-straight trip to the MACJC playoffs and finished the season with an 8-2 record.

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