JSU Marching Southerners

Marching Southerners

Drumline & cockpit


Section Leaders

Mason Boyd

drum captain

Mason is from Pell City, Alabama where he attended Pell City High School. Mason's advice to potential members is to be social and make friends , and to strive for excellence as a musician both individually and as an ensemble.

Joshua Brown

tenor line

Josh is from Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia where he attended Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School. Josh's advice to potential members is being a Southerner isn’t just about the high points of the season, the energizing performances, and the satisfaction of everything paying off. It’s the extra steps we all take when no one is watching, the sacrifices we make, and the trials and tribulations that shape and build our character. I will forever be grateful for the experiences I’ve had so far and my own growth as a person because of them!

Julian Alcantar

bass line

Julian is from Clarksville, Georgia where he attended North Paulding High School. His advice to future Southerners is come in having an open mind and a welcoming spirit. Here is where you’ll grow beyond what you would expect and make memories that will stick with you forever. Soak it all in and have fun while remembering why you’re here.

Colton Cook

Cymbal Line

Colton is from New Site, Alabama where he attended Horseshoe Bend High School. Colton's advice for potential members is to make sure you come in knowing your stuff and have a mindset of wanting to work. You’ll have no trouble finding a spot in the Southerners!

Nick Serazzi

front ensemble

Nick is from Cumming, Georgia where he attended North Forsyth High School. Nick's advice for potential members is to have fun and don’t be afraid to put yourself out there, the memories you make here will last a lifetime!

Additional Links

Please contact Mr. Clint Gillespie at cgillesp@jsu.edu with any questions about the drumline audition process.

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