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DHS’ Jennings on ESPN 300

Published 10:27am Thursday, July 18, 2013

Dadeville defensive end Anfernee Jennings enters his junior season as the unquestioned leader of the Tigers’ defensive line, but he is also considered one of the best junior players in the nation.
ESPN released its ESPN 300 list, which chronicles the top 300 junior players in America.
Jennings was ranked No. 256.
Listed at 6-foot-3 and 230 pounds, Jennings exploded onto the scene after a breakout sophomore campaign where he racked up 96 tackles and five sacks.
For his efforts, Jennings was named an honorable mention selection to the Class 4A All-State football team and earned an All-Outlook selection.
With offers from Arkansas and Mississippi State, Jennings is considered to be one of the top prospects in the area.
ESPN.com has rated Jennings as a three-star recruit, and has given him a grade of 79.
He is the 10th best junior player in the state of Alabama, according to ESPN.com.

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