Patriots senior lineman Sedivec to play for Jamestown Jimmies

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Posted: Friday, February 14, 2020 6:00 am

Three-time all-region standout Dawson Sedivec of Cummings has signed a letter of intent to play college football for the University of Jamestown.

Jamestown head coach Brian Mistro, who led the Jimmies to a 2-9 record last season, recruited the 6-2, 235-pound MayPort-CG lineman prior to his signing.

Sedivec anchored the Patriots line and led the way for MPCG’s rushing attack in 2019.

On defense, Sedivec recorded 26 total tackles including two sacks, despite missing time due to a wrist injury that forced him to wear a cast late in the season.

“It’s hard to say anything bad about Dawson,” said MPCG head coach Adam Sola.

“He lives in the weight room. He played through a broken bone in his wrist and then after they casted it up he still played. He’s a hard-nosed kid.”

Sola called Sedivec a quiet leader on game day but a vocal supporter of his teammates off the field. “He’s an encourager who makes the guys around him better,” he added. 

A second-team all-state selection in 2019, Sedivec received MPCG’s top lineman award the past two seasons. He was accepted into the University of Jamestown’s direct entrance doctoral program for physical therapy and will be a member of the school’s honors program.

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