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Coastal Carolina welcomes in new recruiting class

Courtesy: CCU Media Relations


CONWAY – Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina head football coach Joe Moglia announced his 2015 recruiting class Wednesday.

The group of 21 features players from nine states, including nine from South Carolina. The group includes two, three-star recruits, five all-state selections and eight all-star bowl participants. The group features seven offensive linemen, five defensive lineman, two quarterbacks and two tight ends as well as one linebacker, one long snapper and one kicker.

2015 Coastal Carolina Recruiting Class

Name                                     Pos.        Ht.          Wt.         Hometown / Previous School

Casey Barker                         DL           6-3          235         Ponte Vedra, Fla. / Ponte Vedra HS

Michael Billings                    DB           6-0          190         Georgetown, S.C. / Georgetown HS

Peter Battaglia                      OL           6-4          250         Syracuse, N.Y. / Christian Brothers HS

Austin Bradley                      QB           6-3          195         Orangeburg, S.C. / Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS

Preston Carey                       DB           5-11        175         Hagerstown, Md. / North Hagerstown HS

Jack Gorsline                         OL           6-3          285         Richmond, Va. / Christchurch School

Ethan Howard                       OL           6-6          285         Brookwood, Ala. / Brookwood HS

Landon Jones                        OL           6-6          280         Conway, S.C. / Conway HS

Maxwell Kjosa                       TE            6-5          235         Myrtle Beach, S.C. / Socastee HS

Connor Kubala                      LS            6-1          225         Evans, Ga. / Lakeside HS

Adam Lawhorn                     OL           6-2          295         Blacksburg, S.C. / Blacksburg HS

Jamarion McBride                OL           6-1          290         Simpsonville, S.C. / Hillcrest HS

Clayton Osterloh                  DL           6-4          215         Williamsburg, Va. / Warhill HS

Evan Rabon                           PK/P       6-0          150         Florence, S.C. / South Florence HS

Noah Robison                       OL           6-6          270         Derry, N.H. / Pinkerton Academy

Tyquan Ross                          DL           6-0          280         Great Falls, S.C. / Great Falls HS

Chance Thrasher                  QB           6-3          215         Suwanee, Ga. / Peachtree Ridge HS

Seamus Tully                         DL           6-2          260         Bellows Falls, Vt. / New Hampton (N.H.) School             

Fitz Wattley                           LB            5-11        205         McEachern, Ga. / Powder Springs HS

Tyler Wheeler                      TE            6-5          225         Macon, Ga. / Westside HS

Myles White                         DL           6-4          225         Fort Dorchester, S.C. / Fort Dorchester HS

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