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  1. #‎CUSAFB‬ Players of the Week are here! Offense: Anthony Wales, WKU Athletics Defense: Kishawn McClain, Mean Green Football Special Teams: Chad Davis, Mean Green Football
  2. DENTON — One is more of the hard hitter, the other is more of the ball hawk, but each, sophomore Kishawn McClain and junior James Gray, step into pivotal starting roles for the first time in their North Texas careers, quarterbacking the Mean Green defense from their respective safety positions. “I rather make that big hit,” McClain said. “I like the crowd oohing and ahhing. The pick is nice too, but I rather make the big hit. James and I talk about it all the time. I want to hit somebody, but he wants to go for the ball.” “They’re meshing together back there,” safeties coach Perry Carter sai
  3. North Texas impact freshmen: Prized receiver should contribute immediately North Texas has several holes to fill following the departure of a large senior class full of key contributors that made the Mean Greens breakout season that included a win over UNLV in the Heart of Dallas Bowl possible. UNT lost first-team All-Conference USA selections in linebacker Zach Orr and safety Marcus Trice, not to mention the leagues Special Teams Player of the Year in Brelan Chancellor. Read more: http://collegesportsblog.dallasnews.com/2014/07/north-texas-impact-freshmen-prized-receiver-should-contrib
  4. UNT finished off one of the final official visit weekends before national signing day and it’s all quiet on the home front. There were a host of key prospects in town over the weekend. To review: Players who have already committed: Brandon Garner, linebacker, Mansfield Timberview Willy Ivery, running back, Sulphur Springs Kishawn McClain, slot receiver, Rosenberg Terry O’Keeron Rutherford, wide receiver, Carthage T.J. Tauaalo, defensive tackle, Keller Central read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2014/01/sunday-night-recruiting-update-3.html/
  5. Looks like this week's visitors will include: Xavier Washington Brandon Garner Kishawn McClain Willie Ivery Okeeron Rutherford Trevor Moore TJ Tauaalo This is only a partial list and I am sure there will be more unidentified visitors. If you are aware of, or come across any other visitors please feel free to add.
  6. Kishawn McClain does a little bit of everything for Rosenberg Terry, from playing quarterback to chasing receivers as a safety in the Rangers’ secondary. That varied skill set attracted the attention of the coaches at North Texas who wondered just how good McClain could become if he was able to focus on one task — becoming a top-notch safety at the college level. McClain decided to accept that challenge and committed to UNT on Thursday night, when the Mean Green picked up commitments from a pair of Texas high school standouts for its 2014 recruiting class. Mesquite linebacker Jalen Montgo
  7. Kishawn McClain, an athlete out of Rosenberg Terry, committed to UNT on Thursday afternoon, a week after attending the school’s Talon Talent camp for top prospects. McClain, 5-11, 193, was recruited as a safety by UNT. He plays both quarterback and safety for his high school team. McClain said he chose UNT over an offer from Texas State. Read more: http://meangreenblog.dentonrc.com/2013/08/mcclain-commits-to-unt.html/
  8. Although McClain says he didn't know that he was being recruited by TX ST, the Bobcat staff had stopped by previously during spring practice and let him know that they liked the way he played. It was just the offer that caught him off guard. So far McClain is being told by the coaching staff that they feel he can play corner. Has has 4.52 speed, good athleticism and agility where he can transition full time to the defensive skill position. Last year for the Rangers he started both ways, as the QB and FS. He rushed for over 1500 yards, scored 20 TD's on the ground and threw for another 13 TD's.
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