Former Citadel football player and assistant coach Maurice Drayton has signed with the NFL's Green Bay Packers as an assistant coach.Drayton reports to work Monday and will serve as a special-teams assistant coach for the Packers, he said Thursday.Drayton coached the last two seasons with the NFL's Indianapolis Colts.He is a Berkeley High School graduate and a 1998 graduate of The Citadel, where he coached for nine seasons.
Charleston's touring tennis professional is coming home, again.Shelby Rogers will return to her hometown to play in the 2018 Volvo Car Open on Daniel Island, the tournament announced Wednesday.Rogers, who just wrapped up play in the Australian Open, made the quarterfinals at the Volvo Car Open last year for the first time.“I feel so lucky to have the opportunity to compete each year in the Volvo Car Open,” said Rogers. “The support I feel from the fans is truly incredible.
The Citadel signed two football players during the early signing period last month, and have added at least nine more verbal commitments as the Feb. 7 signing day approaches.Running back/defensive back Nkem Njoku of Atlanta and linebacker Kyler Estes of Tallahassee, Fla., signed their letters of intent with The Citadel in December.The class so far includes public commitments from six players listed as backs and/or receivers, including quarterback/defensive back Jaylan Adams of Science Hill...
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