The Citadel has added a couple of football recruits since national signing day on Wednesday, with Palmetto Christian Academy quarterback J.T. Waters signing with the Bulldogs on Friday.
Fullback Isiaha Smith of Hagerstown, Md., signed his national letter of intent on Thursday after inclement weather prevented him from signing on Wednesday.
The school has not officially announced either signing, but coach Mike Houston now has at least 19 players in his first recruiting class, with a few more still to come.
Waters, 5-10 and 175 pounds, is the first Division I signee from Palmetto Christian Academy, which plays in the S.C. Independent Schools Association. He passed for 1,749 yards and 14 touchdowns and ran for 2,579 yards and 42 touchdowns last year at PCA, where he played for former Citadel assistant Jim Daniel.
Smith, 5-11 and 229 pounds, had 2,000-yard rushing seasons in each of his last two seasons at South Hagerstown High School, and had been committed to James Madison before siging with The Citadel.
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