Early in Coach Judd Boswell’s tenure at Clinton, he knew Jacobi Hearn would be a valuable asset to his defense scheme.
The question would be what position to play him as.
Coach Boswell knew the answer to that question would be hard produce. Instead, he used Hearn as both linebacker and defensive end.
On National Signing Day, Hearn signed a letter of intent to play football at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
“I felt really comfortable after I visited with the coaching staff,” Hearn said. “I felt that Miss. Gulf Coast would be a great place to transition into college football. I know I’ll be able to develop more at my position”
Hearn and fellow Arrows Jordyn Leonard and Sidney Wells will join the Bulldogs team and play for coach Chad Huff in Perkinston, Miss.
Hearn’s dominance on the gridiron was truly baffling to opposing offenses. He led the team in total tackles with 150 tackles, with 123 of those tackles chalked up as solo tackles.
He also had a team-leading 7 sacks as well as team-leading 10 tackles per game. His 20-yard tackles for loss also lead the Arrow defensive stat sheet.
Jacobi Hearn is the son of Deric and Natasha Hearn.