Citrus College football players Donnie Fields and Isaiah Kepley are the latest Owls to sign scholarship offers, with Fields headed to NCAA DI BCS Old Dominion and Kepley going to NCAA DI FCS school Southeastern Louisiana.
Fields (Arcadia HS) was a two-year starter for the Owls’ defensive line. He recorded 35 tackles, three sacks, 4.5 tackles for a loss, three fumble recoveries, three passes deflected and an interception.
Old Dominion begins its first season in BCS play in 2013, joining Conference USA.
Kepley (Victor Valley HS) was also a two year starter for the Owls, starting at wide receiver and serving as it’s primary place kicker. He hauled in 51 passes for a team-high 752 yards and eight touchdowns, just two away from the single-season record.
He has 73 career receptions (3rd all-time), 954 yards receiving (4th all-time), and 10 receiving touchdowns (2nd all-time). Kepley also has 142 career points which is the new program record for most points. Kepley also broke the record for longest field goal in a game against Long Beach City when he booted a 52-yarder.