In a search for their third and fourth receivers behind Bobby Engram and Nate Burleson, the Seahawks…
Otis Hudson lands at Eastern Illinois
D' Angelo McCray is a 6-4, 333 lb., defensive tackle transfer from Illinois. He redshirted as a member of the Fighting Illini Rose Bowl team last season. McCray played at Andrew Jackson HS in Jacksonville, Fla., and was a second team All-American by USA Today. He was a five-star recruit, ranking as the fourth best defensive tackle nationally by Scout.com.
Austin Signor is a 6-4, 230 lb., kicker transferring from Iowa. He is a redshirt junior who handled a majority of the kickoffs for the Hawkeyes last season. Signor is 5-of-8 on career field goals and 13-of-15 on career PAT's. He played at Urbandale High School in Iowa.
Eastern Illinois has been ranked in several FCS preseason polls as the Panthers are coming off an 8-4 season and third consecutive trip to the NCAA FCS playoffs. EIU opens the regular-season on August 28 at Central Michigan.
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