Five Additional Football Players Moving On For 2016 Season
Five more former MSJC football players will be suiting up for their new four year universities this Fall, wrapping up a highly successful off season for the Eagles.
Vanel Dossous became the 8th player from the Eagles 2015 team to sign with an NCAA Division I school when he signed with Bowling Green University earlier this Summer. Dossous, a native of Hamilton, New Jersey, was a First Team All American Mountain Conference selection during his sophomore year with MSJC. Dossous had a team high 53 receptions for 841 yards and 6 touchdowns during 2015. He also added a pair of TD's on punt returns and finished the season averaging a whopping 21 yards on punt returns for the year. Bowling Green is a member of the Mid American Conference (MAC) and is coming off a very strong year in which they finished 10-4 and had an appearance in the GoDaddy Bowl.
Former Eagle linebacker John Hauso and running back David Mayaka have both signed with South Dakota School of Mines. Hauso, a graduate of Yucaipa High School, was fourth on the team for MSJC last season in tackles with 41 for the season. Mayaka from Morrisville, North Carolina, ran the ball 39 times for the Eagles during the 2015 season and also had 3 receptions. South Dakota School of Mines is an NCAA Division II school that plays in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC). Mines had a record of 6-5 last year and is located in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Cesar Gomez an offensive lineman from Valley View HS in Moreno Valley has signed with Bethany College. Bethany is an NAIA school that is located in Lindsborg, Kansas and competes in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC). Gomez played in all 10 of the Eagles games during the 2015 season. Rounding out the 2015 group of players moving on for MSJC is Shannon Estrin a defensive back fro Desert Chapel High School in Palm Springs. Estrin will play next season at Chapman University in Orange.
Vanel Dossous became the 8th MSJC football player from the 2015 Eagle's team to sign a NCAA Division I scholarship and the 13th player overall to sign when he committed to Bowling Green University earlier this Summer. He along with his teammates helped the Eagles to an overall record of 5-5 and an American Mountain Conference mark of 4-3. (DeeAnn Bradley/MSJC).