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Navy Recruiting Class: Strong Ties to Tennessee


Navy head coach Ken Niumatalolo is certain there must be three Ashley Ingrams.

How else to explain how one man could seemingly travel to every corner of Tennessee and find time to visit dozens of high schools in that state?

One Ingram was clearly in Murfreesboro since three players from one high school in that city chose to continue their football careers at the Naval Academy. Fullback Charlie Davidson along with wide receivers Quentin Hardy and Ronnie Killings of Blackman High decided together to pull the trigger on the Midshipmen.

“Ashley Ingram is a great guy who does an outstanding job of recruiting,” Blackman High head coach Phillip Shadowens said. “He’s a real person who tells the truth in terms of what the Naval Academy is all about, and I know our three kids really respected that approach.”

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Photo: Helen Comer/The Daily News Journ / / February 5, 2015 

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