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FAMU Coach Finds New Recruits In Harmony
Rubin Carter was introduced as the 14th head football coach in Florida's FAMU history on Wednesday, July 20, 2005. A former collegiate all-American and star NFL defensive tackle player.
NFL defensive tackle player Rubin Carter visited Harmony high school on Thursday 25, 2007 and spoke to Cory McClelland former student at harmony high school, son of Armadillo Red's tattoo shop owner in Kissimmee FL. Cory McClelland, 6ft tall 135pounds played for harmony high school.
Rubin Carter came to the school to talk to Cory McClelland about playing football for FAMU (Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University). During the conversation about football they talk about his future as a player and his goals in life, knowing that Rubin Carter is a head football coach at Florida's FAMU University, he has reach out to plenty of students about their future and future goals. Cory is just one of many great football players at harmony that earns good grades and has many friends. Mr. Armadillo is very proud to see that his son was offered a chance to play for FAMU's football team, and is on his way to bigger and better goals for college.
Cory McClelland has football in his blood. He has earned many goal medals and trophies from his great effort in football at harmony high school.
FAMU is located in Tallahassee Florida and is one of eleven institutions in Florida's state university system. FAMU university student enrollment population consist of undergraduates. The university offers 63 bachelor's degrees in 102 majors and tracks. Two professional degree programs and eleven PhD degrees programs are offered. FAMU has eight fully funded endowed eminent scholars chairs including two in school of journalism and graphic communications.
The football team at FAMU is called the Rattlers. The Marching 100 is FAMU marching band they are world famous and often travel to high standards celebrations and fun events.
About FAMU History
On the date of October 3, 1887, the state normal college colored students began classes and became a grant university four years later and got $7,500 under the second morrill act. It's name was change to state normal and industry for colored students.
FAMU was awarded for it's school of
business and industry and college of pharmacy. Part of the campus is
listed on the U.S. National register of historic places as one of the
Florida agriculture and mechanical college historic district. The
district is centered along the section of martin Luther king boulevard
that goes through FAMU campus.