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November 22, 2012

DAVID COLEMAN: How area players fared in college games

PORT ARTHUR — Here are the efforts by former Southeast Texas players in the collegiate ranks over the Nov. 17 weekend. Players are included when they record statistics, start the game or reach career milestones. Players who are being redshirted or do not play are not included.

Four Year Colleges

Michael Barnes, Missouri Valley College, DB (Central): Barnes had seven tackles in the 56-21 victory over Ottawa (Kan.) in the opening round of the NAIA Championship Series.

Trevor Bell, Columbia, WR (Hamshire-Fannett): Bell returned three kickoffs for 53 yards in the 22-6 loss to Brown. The true freshman led the Lions by averaging 22.8 yards on nine kick returns this season.

Jacoby Bellard, Missouri Valley College, WR (Ozen): Bellard had one catch for 19 yards in the 56-21 victory over Ottawa (Kan.) in the opening round of the NAIA Championship Series.

Harry Brown, Texas Southern, QB (Memorial): Brown had two catches for 80 yards in the 34-3 loss to Mississippi Valley State. The senior has 24 catches for 336 yards and one TD this season.

Joshua Chatman, McMurry, WR (West Brook): Chatman had three catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns in the 35-3 victory over the University of Mexico. The senior has 40 catches for 404 yards with four TDs this season.

Desmond Gardiner, Texas A&M, DB (Memorial): Gardiner had one tackle in the 47-28 victory over Sam Houston State, giving him four tackles this season.

Collin Garrett, Stephen F. Austin, LB (West Brook): Garrett had seven tackles in the 34-17 victory over Northwestern State. The sophomore finished the season with a team-leading 96 tackles, including 10 for a loss, one sack, one interception, three PBUs and a forced fumble.

DePauldrick Garrett, Lamar, RB (West Orange-Stark): Garrett had 112 rushing yards in the 35-0 loss to McNeese State. The redshirt junior finished the season with 585 rushing yards and two TDs.

Ben Goodman, Kansas, DE (West Brook): Goodman had five tackles in the 51-23 loss to Iowa State, giving him 18 tackles this season.

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