Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University football program and new head coach Tony Annese have announced yet another addition to the Bulldogs' 2012 recruiting class.
The Bulldogs have officially inked talented junior college All-America offensive lineman Carlin Landingham (Muskegon/Grand Rapids Community College), who joins 33 high school products as current members of the 2012 recruiting class.
Landingham played under Annese at both Muskegon High School and GRCC where he was a two-time National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) All-American at tackle.
His addition brings the current size of this year's signing class to 34 signees, which includes 29 in-state recruits from Michigan along with three from Florida and two from Illinois. Additional signees are still possible.
Below is a biographical sketch of Landingham:
OL, 6-4, 295
Two-Time NJCAA All-American ... Led GRCC to an 11-0 mark in 2011 ... First Team All-Region honoree twice ... Helped offensive unit roll up nation-leading numbers ... Starting right tackle ... Led Raiders to a 20-2 mark in his two seasons at GRCC ... Played prep football at Muskegon ... Began his collegiate career at North Dakota State ... Played under head coach Tony Annese both at Muskegon and GRCC ... Two-year starter at GRCC ... Member of offensive unit at GRCC that rolled up 500 yards and 50 points per game in 2011 ... Helped GRCC to the Mississippi Bowl in the 2010 season ... Chosen as the top offensive player in the Midwest Football Conference in 2011.
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