It was another big day for the Leon football program as 4 student-athletes signed letters of commitment to their respective schools of choice in the Lions famed “Red and White Room” in the old gym. The group of young men will look to achieve the same type of success as they have found with Lion head coach Bill Ragans while looking to add to their already growing list of accomplishments as shown below in a press release from the school.
Juan Neloms – Troy University (D-1) Troy, Alabama (Trojans) Juan was a 4-year letterman and 3 year starter at Leon. During his career he amassed over 1500 yards rushing, 1700 yards receiving, 1200 yards in punt and kickoff returns, 8 interceptions, and 22 touchdowns. Juan has been all around athlete at Leon playing RB, WR, CB, Safety, and Returns. He has also excelled on the Track Team where he finished 5 place in the State Finals as a Sophomore in the 100 meters.
Juan is the son of Marceller Hines.
Taylor Scott – Case Western University (D-III) Cleveland, Ohio (Spartans) Taylor is a 1-year letterman and starter at Leon. After a successful career at Maclay, Taylor transferred to Leon. Taylor is a true dual threat QB. During his Senior season he rushed for over 500 yards, threw for over 1000, and had 11 touchdowns.
Taylor is the son of Mark and Betsy Scott.
Renzo Scott-Rouise – Florida Tech (D-II) Melbourne, Florida (Panthers)
Renzo is a 3-year letterman and 3 year starter at Leon. During his career he rushed for over 700 yards and 10 touchdowns. On Defense he amassed over 150 tackles, 6 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, and 1 touchdown. Renzo has also been a letterman for the Track and Weightlifting teams during his career.
Renzo is the son of Lorenzo Rouise and Hendra Scott.
Sean Allen – Stillman College (D-II) Tuscaloosa, Alabama (Tigers) Sean is a 3-year letterman and 3 year starter at Leon. Sean has been a triple threat on special teams. During his career he made over 20 field goals, averaged over 35 yards per punt, and his kickoffs resulted in a touchback on 65% of his tries. Sean set a school record during his Senior season by making a 51 yard field goal. Sean has also been a letterman for the Leon Soccer team during his career.
Sean is the son of Carl and Kim Allen.