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COS tight end earns full ride to Univ. of South Florida

“We are very proud of him,” said COS soccer coach Travis Burkett. “He embodies everything we strive for here with our football program. He is a Hanford native and came here to develop as a student athlete. He is a fantastic teammate, and now he is moving on to an exceptional opportunity to continue his career as a student athlete.”

Jayson Littlejohn graduated from Sierra Pacific High School in 2019 where he played in both attack and defense, and was named East Sequoia League Offensive Player of the Year. Littlejohn stands 6-4 and weighs 235 pounds and will be leaving shortly after Christmas break to join the USF for the spring. The University of South Florida plays in the AAC (American Athletic Conference).

“I’m excited and ready to work out [Tampa Bay, Florida]. I appreciate Coach Scott [Head Coach]Coach from Prato [Assistant Coach]And a dye coach [Assistant Coach] To give me this opportunity. “I’m excited to go to work,” Littlejohn said.

Littlejohn was an integral part of the COS attack last season, going 6-5, defeating Merced in the Valley Center Bowl, and taking the first COS win since the 1991 season. Littlejohn had 37 passes for 417 yards including 6 touchdowns over the course of general. He’s earned at least one pass in every game this season. “Jason fits the mold of highly skilled players around which we build our attack, he is a great athlete and guys like Jason help us keep it simple here. I am thrilled that he had such a great experience here,” said Coach Burkett.

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