Gill’s 2018 signing class, his seventh recruiting class at Liberty, includes 14 high school standouts and five junior college transfers. Four of the 19 players will join Liberty’s roster for the spring semester.
Gill’s 2018 recruiting class includes five defensive linemen, four offensive linemen, four wide receivers, three defensive backs, a running back, a tight end and a linebacker. Liberty’s football staff continues to bring in the best high school talent from all around the country, signing players from eight different states.
Logan Beadles DT 6-3 305 Piedmont, Ala./Piedmont HS
Jacob Bodden OL 6-5 320 Hoover, Ala./Hoover HS
Emmanuel Cater DT 6-1 275 Hiram, Ga./Hiram HS
Henry Chibueze OL 6-3 340 Woodbridge, Va./Woodbridge HS
Tyren Dupree LB 6-2 205 Leesburg, Ala./Cherokee HS
Noah Frith WR 6-4 180 Woodstock, Ga./Woodstock HS
Jonathan Graham OL 6-5 325 La Plata, Md./La Plata HS
Troy Henderson RB 5-10 180 Franklin, Tenn./Independence HS
Cheapell Jones-Morris DB 6-2 200 North Highlands, Calif./Sierra College Highlands HS
Austin Lewis DE 6-6 230 Jonesborough, Tenn./David Crockett HS
Sean Queen WR 5-11 175 Stockbridge, Ga./Eagles Landing Chr. Acad.
Brendan Schlittler OL 6-5 305 Eureka, Mo./Eureka HS
Bejour Wilson CB 5-11 170 Sa Lorenzo, Calif./San Lorenzo HS, City College of San Francisco
JT Wood WR 6-2 200 Jacksonville, Fla./Creekside HS
Mason Yost TE 6-4 235 Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles School
2018 Mid-Year Enrollees
Vincent Elefante DL 6-4 280 Upland, Calif./Upland HS, Chaffey College
Hunter Goetz DB 6-1 175 Davie, Fla./Miami Central Senior HS
Devin Pearson DT 6-1 315 Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West HS, Mt. San Jacinto College
Kevin Shaa WR 5-11 170 Oakland, Calif./McClymonds HS, City College of San Francisco
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