Ingram Signs With Savannah State Football
Far Rockaway native Marquis In gram was one of eight Hudson Valley Community College football players to sign a national letter of intent to play college football. Ingram will attend with a full scholarship to Sav annah State Uni versity, a Division I-AA independent school.
One of eight Hudson Valley Com munity Coll ege student-athletes to sign a National Letter of Intent, In gram will get the chance to start at quarterback. Hudson Valley went 8-2 and ranked 15th in the nation at
Ingram threw for 340 yards in seven career games for the Vikings. In one game against Union JV in 2003, he completed five of six passes for 72 yards and an touchdown.
In high school, Ingram was named to the first team all-conference at Lyndon Institute in Vermont. Lyndon won the Vermont Division II championship in 1997, 1998 and 2000.
Ingram was twice named First Team All-Conference at Lyndon Institute in Vermont. He helped lead Lyndon to Vermont’s Division II championship in 1997, 1998 and 2000.
An athletic quarterback, Ingram will be joined at Savannah State by teammates Jeremiah Virden and Eric Brooks. They will help to improve a Savannah team that went 0-12 last season.
"This was an incredible year for our program," Hudson Valley Head Coach Bob Jojo said. "I think today’s events help to show that the level of talent at Hudson Valley has never been better.
We had 13 former players on Division I rosters in 2003, and 10 more already have earned scholarships for next year."