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After finishing his first season as the head coach at Albany State University, that included an appearance in the 2023 SIAC Championship Game, Head Coach Quinn Gray and his staff quickly focused their attention on National Signing Day. As of now, the Golden Rams have added several talented student-athletes to a roster that will be dynamic heading into the 2024 football season.
It’s an exciting time to be an ASU Golden Ram and I think the guys that we were able to sign see what we are trying to do here as a program. With the ability to reach the championship game in year 1 as a staff, prospective student athletes realize that we are creating legacies and Moving the Needle here at Albany State. And with this class we were able to bring in some tremendous talent to help us do just that! These guys were truly ALL-IN from the time the stepped foot on campus in early December and look forward to getting to work in January,” said Head Coach Quinn Gray.
The Golden Rams added De’Amare Chambers, a transfer from Tennessee State. De’Amare is a defensive back from Powder Springs, Georgia.
The Golden Rams also signed Kelton Law, a defensive lineman from the College of the Sequoias. Kelton is from Visalia, California.
Mikah Lewis also signed with the Golden Rams. Mikah is an offensive lineman from Monroe College. Mikah is from Houston, Texas. Mikah attended Jersey Village High School.
The Golden Rams also added Arthur Jenkins, a wide receiver, who is a transfer from Florida Atlantic University. Arthur is from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Willie Rice, a transfer from Western Carolina University, signed with the Golden Rams. Willie is from St. Louis, Missouri. Willie attended high school at East Coweta.
The Golden Rams also signed Collin McGowan. Collin played linebacker at Copiah Lincoln Community College.
Noah Brown also signed with the Golden Rams. Noah is a 6’2 250 offensive lineman from Georgia Military College. Noah attended Irwin County High School.
This past season, the Golden Rams finished (6-5) overall and (6-2) in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Golden Rams return a host of talented players and will once again be in contention in the SIAC.