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Online nominations for the Bulldog Hall of Fame's Class of 2020 will be accepted until May 29. Go to the Navarro College Athletics website, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Hall Of Fame Nomination" to begin the process. We welcome and encourage your input in selecting Navarro's second Hall of Fame Class. ...

Here is Wednesday's list of incoming freshman athletes who signed national letters of intent to attend Navarro College and play football for the Bulldogs.  The signees are listed with heights, weights, positions, hometowns and names of schools in parentheses.  The expanded list also includes Navarro's incoming mid-year transfers, and outgoing sophomores who have signed or transferred to play football at university programs.   NATIONAL SIGNING DAY / Navarro Bulldogs  ( 51 / 5:15)  Wednesday, February 5, 2020 Listed Alphabetically By Last Name Name (Ht., Wt., Pos., Hometown, School) JEREMIAH AARON (5-11, 180, WR, Pearland) MATTHEW ANDREWS (5-11, 175, DB, Sugarland Fort Bend Bush) TRENT AYERS (6-3, 220, DL, Colleyville Heritage) MONTRELL BOLTON (6-2, 205, QB, Spring Klein Oak) KAMON BRADFORD (6-4, 320, OL, Dallas Skyline) DEVYN BROOKS (6-1, 195, S, Humble Atascosita) J.B. BROWN (6-2, 235, LB, Hewitt Midway) BRANDON BURGOS (6-2, 185, DB, Sugarland Fort Bend Austin) TEREYLIN CALBERT (5-10, 165, WR, Bardstown, Ky.) MARK CANNON (6-2, 240, DL, Lancaster) JONATHAN CARTER (5-10, 180, WR, Arlington Martin) MALIK DARDEN (6-1, 315, DL, Fort Worth Eastern Hills) TYRECUS DAVIS (5-10, 170, DB, Greenville) TYLER FARMER (6-0, 205, LB, Corsicana) BRAYDEN GERLICH (6-4, 190, LB, Colleyville Heritage) MALIK GORDON (6-1, 170, WR, Round Rock McNeil) JON HERNANDEZ (5-11, 160, WR, Lubbock Coronado) JAKOBI HOLLAND (6-1, 190, RB, Beaumont West Brook) JAR-MYCHAEL HUDSON (6-2, 180, LB,...

Two Navarro football scouting combine dates have been set for Spring 2020, according to head coach Scott Parr. Saturday afternoon sessions now are scheduled here April 25 and May 30. Prospects interested in participating should report on either date for registration at 1 pm at The Wolens Special Events Center on the Corsicana campus (3200 West Seventh Avenue). Participants should bring $30 CASH, with football cleats, tennis shoes and workout clothes....

By MIKE MONTFORT -- Sophomore quarterback Parker McNeil was named the NJCAA’s Offensive Player Of The Year today. McNeil, named Tuesday an NJCAA two-time, First-Team All-American, overcame rib injuries and led coach Scott Parr’s Bulldogs from a 0-3 start to the 2019 Southwest Junior College Football Conference Championship in a 36-35 win over New Mexico Military Institute. In 2019, McNeil led or shared NJCAA statistical categories of completions (236), attempts (368), passing yardage (3,485), per-game yardage (348.5) and touchdown passes (29). He also finished third in completion percentage (64.1) and in passing efficiency (165.3) while rewriting all Navarro and 24-year-old SWJCFC career passing category records. “Parker McNeil is the epitome of what we want our Navarro College players to be,” head coach Scott Parr said. “Parker was a great leader on and off the field, a good student and teammate. God blessed him with the many gifts it takes to be a great quarterback, however, his competitiveness was second to none. It was an honor and privilege to coach Parker McNeil.” McNeil, named last month as the SWJCFC’s Offensive Player Of The Year, becomes the third Navarro Bulldog to earn an NJCAA National Football Player Of The Year award since 2000 when the organization began...

By MIKE MONTFORT The late Roark Montgomery III is one of five individuals named to the NJCAA Football Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame Class of 2019 for his contributions to the game as an administrator. Navarro’s former athletic director actively served junior college athletics in varying roles during a 30-year tenure. Less than three months ago, Montgomery was selected one of 10 members of the inaugural class of the Navarro Bulldog Hall of Fame, honoring the most significant contributors in NC’s rich 73-year athletic history. On Montgomery’s watch, all Navarro athletic programs flourished, captured multiple conference titles and experienced highest levels of recognition and success on the national level. An NJCAA Football Committee member for more than 15 years, Montgomery was elected as chairman in 2008, a position he held for 10 years. Through his involvement not only at the national level, but also with the Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC), Montgomery guided the association through a period of football grandeur that included Navarro’s 2010 national championship. Montgomery's oversight of the committee included the implementation of a strength-of-schedule, computer ranking among a vast array of other initiatives that have paved the way for success at the junior college level. Along with his dedication to...