Small school, but blue-chip football factory
Once again, the K-Man is amazed by what's taking place with the Southfield Christian football program.
Despite being a small school that has about 25 kids on the roster and a practice field that can best be described as cramped, the Eagles produced two more Division I football players.
Shafer Johnson signed with Central Michigan, while Bryan Ford signed with Ball State.
Both are big lineman who excelled with the Eagles.
This makes it four Division I players the Eagles have produced in the last two years.
Former linebacker/defensive end Taylor Calero is at Michigan State, while running back Devon Bailey is at Northern Illinois.
Not even a lot of the big-time programs across the state have produced four Division I players in two years, that's definitely a tremendous achievement for a small Christian school that has only had football for five years.
- Looks like Seaholm senior Shawn Conway is back in the fold for his team. After an absence, Conway returned to the lineup and scored 26 points for the Maples in a win at Berkley on Friday night.