The Chargers brought out the extra punches in their first training session under the lights. The…
Austin Signor Will Have Big 10 Company at EIU
Signor is not the only former Big Ten player who transferred to Eastern Illinois
Otis Hudson, a 6-foot-5 offensive lineman, played 2006 and 2007 seasons at Minnesota. Hudson, who redshirted the 2005 season, played in four games as a reserve defensive lineman in 2007 before moving to offensive line. Hudson appeared in five games in 2006.
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.
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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