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Former 3 star recruit C.J. Bolar leaves Power 5 to join Alcorn State

C.J. Bolar Alcorn State
Alcorn State landed former Vandy wide receiver C.J. Bolar last week. This was a huge commitment for the Braves. Bolar was a former three star recruit.

Alcorn State just landed a former 3 star recruit and former Power 5 football player. C.J. Bolar announced he has decided to finish off his career at Alcorn State.

The former Vanderbilt wide receiver will hope to come in and replace Chris Blair and Raiderious Anderson two big time wide outs for the Braves.

Bolar is a 6010 wide receiver who was a standout wide receiver in high school at Purvis High. He finished his senior season with 45 receptions for 896 yards and scored on 11 touchdowns. He would eventually land at Vanderbilt. Check out he kids highlights below. He is a play maker with great size.

In his freshman year, he would blow up, racking up 440 yards on just 34 receptions and scoring on two of those receptions. He would suffer an injury in his second year, but this year he is hoping to come in and win SWAC Newcomer of the Year.

Bolar has the ability to become a prime time wide receiver for the Braves. He will be catching balls from Felix Harper the stud quarterback who lit up the SWAC last year and one Offensive Player of the Year. Last season, Harper threw 33 touchdowns, and I would not be surprised if Bolar was on the receiving end of a ton of them this year.

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