Six members of Christian County’s undefeated regular season team in 2017 signed collegiate letters today. Cory Trice is headed to play for Purdue University. Three others, Kendarius Major, Trevian Wimbush and Zach Hale are headed to Campbellsville University, Shamar Foster is headed to Kentucky Wesleyan and Cordarien Trice is headed to Lindsey Wilson.
Kendarius Major had 87 total tackles in his senior season, along with seven quarterback sacks and was the Colonels MVP of the 2017 season. He talks about continuing his career at Campbellsville:
Shamar Foster had 118 total tackles, two fumble recoveries including one for a touchdown and also had a pass interception. Foster also played in the Best of the Bluegrass game and was an All State Honorable Mention. Foster is headed to Kentucky
Cory Trice is heading to Purdue University. He will be the third Colonel in the last two years to join the Boilermaker program. Trice had 14 career interceptions and a number of post season honors despite his senior year being cut short due to injury. He talks about what impressed him about Purdue:
Trevian Wimbush is heading to Campbellsville University. Wimbush was voted the 2017 Most Improved player for the Colonels after a season with 74 tackles, one safety, three fumble recoveries including one for a touchdown, two interceptions and a punt block for a touchdown:
Cordarien Trice is off to Lindsey Wilson College after a senior season in which he had 33 tackles and broke up two passes. He tells what impressed him about Lindsey Wilson:
Zach Hale was the anchor of the 2017 Colonel offensive line that averaged 29 points per game and averaged 295 yards per game. He was also a third team All State this past year and tells what led him to Campbellsville
This group was 32-16 in its four seasons in the Colonels program. Coach Steve Lovelace talks about what they have meant: