Sharrod Simmon singing day 2019


FLORENCE, S.C. -- Sharrod Simmon could do it all at West Florence.

In his career, he recorded five interceptions, four forced fumbles and six recoveries, four tackles for loss, three defensive touchdowns, 23 pass receptions, two touchdowns and was a team captain.

Not to mention, he also recorded more than 100 tackles.

On Wednesday, Simmon signed to continue his career at Johnson C. Smith.

"I like how they are trying to rebuild their program to get back to the top at the (NCAA) Division II level," Simmon said. "It's more about football, though. it's about getting a degree after football. I just like the whole program and the feel I had there."

Prep Sports Writer

Scott covers prep sports, takes action photos and produces videos. An APSE award winner, he played college tennis on scholarship and earned degrees from Young Harris College (Ga.) and Berry College (Ga.).

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