The Trinity Bible College Football Lions are proud to announce another crop of signings for the fall 2012 football season.
A list highlighted by mostly defensive players is started off with Cody Ward from East Ridge High School in Clermont, FL. Cody will bring his 4.39 speed in the 40 yard dash to the defensive backfield and should have ample opportunities to contribute as a freshman. Kaleb Spangler, from Rifle High School in Rifle, CO, brings his 6’2” 270 pound frame to the Trinity D-Line. Kaleb brings a humble spirit and a willingness to work hard to the Lion team and will have a great group of teammates to learn from. Charles Jefferson, from Assumption High School in Napolenville, Louisiana, also joins the ranks of the Lions. Charles accumulated 40 tackles his senior year to go with 6 forced fumbles and 4 sacks. He also rushed the football 121 times for 636 yards on his way to All-District and All-Region awards. Charles will be looked at as an Outside Linebacker for the Lions and his talent, hustle, and hard work will give him plenty of chances to contribute as a freshman. Devin Christy, from Leuzinger High School in Lawndale, CA, brings his 5’6” 160 pound frame to the Trinity Lion offensive backfield. Devin was a 2nd team All-Bay League Running Back as he ran for 521 yards, including, 163 against Hawthorne High, his senior year. Devin will join a talented Trinity backfield and we’ll see time in the slot for the Lion Spread Offense as well. His speed and elusiveness will make him very fun to watch this Fall. Daniel Rodriguez and David Riveria from Ronald W. Reagan Doral High School in Miami, FL, come to the Lions as a Defensive Lineman and a Wide Receiver. Daniel led his team in sacks His senior year and was also voted a team captain. His motor, energy, and work ethic will be welcomed commodities to the Lion D-Line! David brings his 5’9” 165 pound frame to Lion offense. As a senior at Reagan High, David had 368 yards receiving and 116 yards rushing while amassing 3 touchdowns. He was also a team captain for 3 years and helped lead his team to their first ever bowl championship. David will be asked to provide immediate help at the wideout position for the Lions in the fall.
The Recruits keep rolling in for the Lions and the fall should bring more continued improvement for our Lions!