Hattiesburg Hotties Of 2019

There's a lot to be said for a guy who's doing well for himself AND looking good while doing it. From hard working up and coming musicians to hot professional football players, Hattiesburg, MS has A LOT to offer as far as looks and talent go. So, girls, this one's for you.

1. Adam Doleac

Kate Dearman

There's something about a man who can belt out a nice strong country song AND look good while doing it. If you're a fan of country music and love new, strong songs with meaningful lyrics, Adam Doleac's music is just for you. A rising country music star from Hattiesburg, MS, Adam has already been flying rapidly up through the charts. One of his biggest supporters is Sirius XM, and in 2017 he was a featured artist on the Highway Finds Tour. He has also snagged a publishing deal with Sony/ATV and has co-written songs for a wide range of major country artists like Darius Rucker and Kane Brown, just to name a few.

2. Tyler Dickerson

Another singer from Hattiesburg, Tyler found fame on the popular TV show The Voice where he performed Hard To Handle and was chosen by Blake Shelton. Tyler signed a recording contract with Lyric Street Records and now sings in the Louisiana based band Rockin Rouge. Plus LOOK at that hair.

3. Austin Davis

Starting as a walk-on at Southern Miss, Austin became a starter a year later. I don't know about you, but I love a guy who knows how to work for what he wants. Currently an offensive assistant coach for the Seattle Seahawks, he's had quite the run, and in 2007 he ended his season at Southern Miss with 15 school records and in 2008 a victory in the New Orleans Bowl.

4. Nick Mullens

Another former Southern Miss football player, Nick Mullens broke Brett Favre's record with a whopping 38 touchdown passes and a total of 4,476 passing yards in 2015, AND he looked good while doing it. Can't beat that. Nick is now a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers.

Like I said earlier, Hattiesburg isn't lacking any talent OR good looks. Now, if you'll excuse me I'm going to start watching football.

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