Four from Southeast to Army Bowl

Bijhon Jackson

Four big-time Southeast Region talents were picked and awarded with their Army Bowl jersey. All four will play in the game on January, 4, 2014.

OT Dyshon Sims - Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes

HT: 6'4 | WT: 275
Pos. Rating: 23

Committed to Georgia

Scout Eval - A powerful built wide body that that has the looks to have good bulk and very good playing strength. Makes very hard contact on and off of the line of scrimmage. Displays very high effort to finish on downfield blocks and a toughness to finish defenders to the ground. Versatile and strong enough that he looks like he could either play inside or possibly even right tackle in college.



WR Trey Quinn - Lake Charles (La.) Barbe

HT: 6'1 | WT: 200
Pos. Rating: 36

Committed to LSU

Scout Eval - Quinn will do whatever it takes to make a play. He is so reliable and he is and likely will be a go-to guy. His hands are as consistent as they come. He is a strong player who runs crisp routes and he knows how to get open against press or off-man coverage. He is more quick than fast and he is a solid blocker on the perimeter. He does so many things well and while one thing may not blow you away, he is one of the best.



DT Bijhon Jackson - El Dorado (Ark.) High

HT: 6'2 | WT: 330
Pos. Rating: 4

Committed to Arkansas

Scout Eval - The more you see, the more you like. Jackson has worked his way into the Scout 100. He is very strong at the point of attack, he collapses the pocket, and he is now the No. 3 defensive tackle in the southeast. He was also one of the top players who was invited and participated in The Opening, proving he belongs and can compete with the top talent in the country.



WR Demarre Kitt - Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek

HT: 6'1 | WT: 193
Pos. Rating: 29

Committed to Clemson

Scout Eval - Kitt is a play-maker at wide receiver. He can get down field and make a big catch or he can catch a short pass, and take it to the house. He is very tough to slow down off the line of scrimmage because of his quickness. He has a very strong frame and he can catch balls in traffic well. He can still develop physically and that will help him as a blocker and against biggest defensive backs.

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