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Wardlaw's Jorgedebro Pacifico (6-3, 285) signed with Newberry where he will redshirt next season. Other schools in the running were Tusculum, Catawba and Gardner-Webb. "It's awesome. I was nervous at first, but now I'm just happy. I'm ready to get up there and get in the weight room and get going. I'm ready to get a jump on that. This is what I have been looking for. I really like the offensive line coach (Kevin Turco), he pushes you. It was just like a real family up there and I liked that. I felt at home at Newberry."  Mike Rosier/Morris News Service
Mike Rosier/Morris News Service
Wardlaw's Jorgedebro Pacifico (6-3, 285) signed with Newberry where he will redshirt next season. Other schools in the running were Tusculum, Catawba and Gardner-Webb. "It's awesome. I was nervous at first, but now I'm just happy. I'm ready to get up there and get in the weight room and get going. I'm ready to get a jump on that. This is what I have been looking for. I really like the offensive line coach (Kevin Turco), he pushes you. It was just like a real family up there and I liked that. I felt at home at Newberry."
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SHOCKER1 02/04/09 - 01:16 pm
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Congratulations Brandon,

Congratulations Brandon, Coach Hughes, and all the football staff at ARC. You have made this community proud!!!!!

drekessssssss
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drekessssssss 02/04/09 - 09:50 pm
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we have more players to sign

we have more players to sign later..........arc on deck

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