Kennesaw State adds 12 recruits to 2018 football class


Kennesaw State had its most successful season in school history in 2017. And now it appears to be paying off in signing recruits.

Here’s a look at the players who signed with the Owls on Wednesday:

KSU inked six commitments during the initial signing period. 

• Will Haigler, 6-1, 185, WR, Florida High, Tallahassee, Fla.
• Zion Katina, 6-3, 250, OL, Independence High, Franklin, Tenn.
• Tyler Moore, 6-1, 245, DE, Central High, Phenix City, Ala.
• Markeith Montgomery, 5-10, 175, DB, Ridgeland High, Chickamuga, Ga.
• Chance Bates, 6-1, 235, LB, Colbert High, Leighton, Ala.
• Kelcy Allen, 6-2, 262, OL/DL, Glenwood School, Phenix City, Ala.


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