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  The Gulf South Conference football coaches have unanimously selected the Valdosta State Blazers as the conference favorite in the 2019 preseason poll. The defending NCAA Champions return an array of offensive talent from a potent 2018 team. Last year, the Blazers set GSC records for offensive yards and points in a season, solidifying their place as the best offense in league history.

Starting quarterback Rogan Wells will be back for VSU, and so will the running back combination of Jamar Thompkins and Seth McGill, their top four receivers, including First Team All-GSC selection Lio’undre Gallimore, and all-purpose playmaker Ivory Durham. Wells was the GSC Offensive Player of the Year in 2018 and the Harlon Hill Trophy runner-up. His runner-up finish was the best showing for a GSC player since A.J. Milwee (UNA) in 2008. - Gulf South Football


(DS#25 QB) rSr/2022 QB Rogan WellsWestern Carolina
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