How They Did: Vicksburg’s college football players

Published 5:31 pm Monday, September 9, 2019

A recap of how college football and NFL players from the Vicksburg area did in games played over the weekend.

• Jackson State defensive back Alexander Shaw (Warren Central) had two total tackles in a 37-14 loss to South Alabama.

• Ole Miss offensive lineman Ben Brown (St. Aloysius) started at right guard and helped the Rebels pile up 237 rushing yards in a 31-17 win over Arkansas.

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• Ole Miss kicker Casey Griffith (St. Aloysius) kicked off six times and had one solo tackle in the win over Arkansas.

• Tulane linebacker Nick Anderson (Vicksburg High) had two solo tackles and one quarterback hurry in a 24-6 loss to No. 8 Auburn.

• Southern Miss’ DeMichael Harris (St. Aloysius) got his first career start at running back and had six carries for 49 yards in a 38-15 loss to Mississippi State.

• Southern Miss offensive lineman Drake Dorbeck (St. Aloysius) started at left tackle against Mississippi State.

• Southeast Missouri State’s Josh Price (St. Aloysius) started at defensive tackle and had one solo tackle in a 38-17 loss to Montana State.

• Tennessee Titans cornerback Malcolm Butler (Vicksburg High) had two tackles and one interception, which he returned 38 yards for a touchdown, in a 43-13 win over the Cleveland Browns.