James Washup, center, a 2017 Clarksdale High School graduate, signs Dec. 19 to play for Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Ark. He is with Wildcats coach Henry Johnson, left, and his uncle Tim Williams.

DB Washup to play for Henderson State


Nickelback James Washup, a 2017 Clarksdale High School graduate, spent the past two seasons playing for Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and liked the scheme his coaches ran.

With that in mind, Washup decided to sign with Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Ark., at CHS the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 19.

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