Former Vicksburg High School football player Levi Wyatt has now officially signed with Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
Wyatt starred at VHS as a sophomore in 2018 where he threw for 2,249 yards and 19 touchdowns. VHS finished with a 3-7 record that season.
Levi Wyatt went on to spend his junior year at Hillcrest Academy before playing for Marcus Rogers at Holmes County Central High School.
At HCC, Wyatt helped the Jaguars to a 8-3 season where he threw for 14 touchdowns.
Wyatt brought much success to the Jaguars program as they finished the 2020 season by making it to the playoffs. He will now take his talent to the collegiate level where he will fight for a starting spot this summer.