Manatee pipeline continues for FSU football

BIG RAPIDS — Ferris State’s football program has added another highly-talented prospect from the nation’s number one ranked prep football team for most of last fall.

Slot receiver Jajuan Pollock (Bradenton, Fla./Manatee), who played for national powerhouse Manatee High School in Bradenton, Fla., officially became the 35th member of this year’s recruiting class after inking his national letter-of-intent.

“Jajuan is a dynamic player and we’re thrilled he decided to become a Bulldog,” said FSU assistant coach Ryan Brady, who played a key role in the recruiting process. “He’s a talented individual and further adds to what already was an outstanding recruiting class.”

Pollock is the fourth player in the last two years from Manatee to sign with the Bulldogs and joins a high school teammate in defensive end Marquis Dawsey as FSU’s two out-of-state signees from the prep level in this year’s class.

A year ago, the Bulldogs also signed two standouts from Manatee in slot receiver Ryan Taylor and running back Antonio Agurs, who both saw time on the field as true freshman in the FSU offense last fall.

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