Mutliple sources, including Sports Blog Nation, has reported that former West Hills College Coalinga wide receiver Anthony Mahoungou has agreed to terms with the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.
Mahoungou played for WHCC in 2014 before transferring to Purdue University, where he starred for the Boilermakers. He grabbed national headlines during the team's 38-35 Foster Farms Bowl victory over Arizona - catching two touchdowns, including the game-winning 38-yard score with 1:44 remaining.
The Eagles signed 18 free agents since this last week's NFL draft. Mahoungou is only one of two receivers on the current FA list for the team - and the Eagles did not draft a receiver with their five selections.
"We are extremely proud of Anthony and everything he has accomplished to reach this point," said WHCC head coach Justin Berna.
"Anthony is a great ambassador for our Falcon football program and he continues to support us, whether it's on social media or reaching out to our coaches. We look forward to following his progress. He will continue to work hard and prove that he can play at the highest level."
More information will be posted soon...