Tigers Beat the Braves

Houston, TX-The Texas Southern Tigers dominated the Alcorn Braves in the books as they won their second consecutive home game of the season 14-7.

The point spread wasn’t great but the offensive and defensive statistics were impressive. The Tigers racked up 333 yards of total offense while holding Alcorn to 132 yards. TSU had 173 yards on the ground, 160 in the air and 14 first downs. The Braves threw for 99 yards and rushed for 33 yards in 25 attempts. They had only seven first downs.

It took a while for the Tigers to get points on the board. TSU scored first in the second quarter. Tray Walker set up Texas Southern’s touchdown when he picked off a Brandon Bridge pass and returned it 42 yards to Alcorn’s 28 yard line. Quarterback Riko Smalls hit tight end Kirk Fitzhugh for a seven yard touchdown pass. TSU led 7-0. That scored held into halftime.

The Tigers expanded their lead to 14-0 in the third quarter when Smalls took TSU 48 yards in eight plays for the score. Smalls found the end zone on a 16 yard run.

Samuel Gordy stopped an Alcorn threat when he intercepted a Bridge’s pass at TSU’s 10 yard line. Texas Southern’s young secondary stepped up again in the fourth quarter when Darveon Trahan picked off a Darius Smith pass on TSU’s two yard line.

Alcorn got a break when Terrance Lewis took a punt 84 yards for a touchdown which gave the Braves their only score of the game. TSU led 14-7 with 6:40 left to play.

Texas Southern got the ball and held it for the rest of the game. Two big plays in the drive helped secure the victory. Martin Gilbert’s rush for 25 yards put the Tigers at midfield. Then facing fourth down with 17 yards for a first down, punter Francois Ejiofor took a mis-snap 24 yards for a first down.

“Frenchy’s run was big for us. It kept our drive alive,” said head coach Kevin Ramsey. “He made the right decision because you can’t look to the sideline to see if you should run or kick. Of course if he didn’t make the first down, it would have been a bad decision,” joked Ramsey.

“My coach said that I am here to make big plays and that’s what I did,” said Ejiofor. “The snap was off and when it got it I saw the left side was open so I ran. I used some of the moves that “Martin” Gilbert showed me in practice.”

The Tiger’s started three freshmen in the secondary…Trahan, Walker and Adrian Bennett. Between the three of them, they had 13 tackles, two interceptions for 42 yards and one tackle for loss for -8 yards.

“They are freshman, but their days as pawns are over. They’re rooks on the board now and they are expected to perform as vets,” Ramsey said. “Those guys stepped up big for us today.”

Trahan led the Tiger defense with eight tackles (6 solo), an interception and a TFL. Marquis Jackson had six tackles while Tyrell Jones had five tackles, a sack and 1.5 TFLs.

Gilbert had 87 yards on 21 carries, Richard Samuel had four catches for 28 yards and Joe Anderson had three receptions for 37 yards.
Smalls completed 17 of 39 passes for 160 yards and one touchdown. He rushed for another TD and recorded 25 yards on the ground.

The Tigers have a quick turnaround this week as they head to Jackson State for a Thursday night game on ESPNU. Kickoff is 6:30pm.


The Red Zone – The House That Jerry Built

By Craig Burroughs

Texas Fun in “The House That Jerry Built”: The first of what I hope will be many Lone Star Football Festivals at the amazing new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington was a rousing success… unless, of course, you were rooting for Texas A&M-Commerce. The Lions got off to a great start in the first of the day’s three games, stopping Midwestern State on a 3-and-out and taking their first possession 73 yards in 7 plays to grab a 7-0 lead. Five minutesinto the 2nd period, Commerce was still holding a 10-7 advantage and it looked as though a competitive game might be afoot. Then the roof collapsed, and the Mustangs scored the next six TD’s, holding a 28-10 intermission cushion which expanded to 49-10 with ten minutes remaining. TAMU-C got on the board once more with 2nd-stringers on the field for both teams, but even the Mustangs’ 3rd stringers didn’t let up.

After recovering a fumble at the Lions’ 21, three-deep TB Peter Smith dashed 16 yards for a score with 4:59 left to play. Then the statistics really got skewed…taking over on downs at their own 12 with 64 seconds remaining, the Mustangs handed the ball off a couple of times to 4th-string TB Jimmy Pipkin instead of knealing down to run out the clock. The first play gained a yard, but Pipkin got around right end on the second, dashing 87 yards to score with 4 seconds on the game clock, making the final tally an absurd 63-17. Pipkin’s 6 rushes for 106 yards made him by far the leading rusher in the game, while Smith at 70 yards on 7 carries was tied with starting QB Brandon Kelsey in second place on the yardage tables. Starting TB Lester Bush ended with 63 yards and 2 scores on 11 runs, while 2nd-string TB Keidrick Jackson gained 62 yards on 15 tries, scoring four TD’s. All four of the Mustangs’ TB’s also caught a pass, with Pipkin again leading the stats with two catches for 20 yards. In a final statistical irony, Pipkin also had a 16-yard kick return to put him atop the game’s all-purpose yardage tables as well, with a total of 142. Kelsey hit on 70% of his passes, going 14-of-20 for 163 yards, and the Mustangs outgained the Lions by 592 to 421. It seems clear from this game that depth will not be a problem for Midwestern State in 2011.

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The second Lone Star Festival game matched Abilene Christian and North Alabama, ranked #3 and #4, respectively, in the early D-II national polls, and was clearly the feature game of the day. Terry Bowden’s Lions, favored to win the decimated five-team Gulf South Conference after the defection of its six Arkansas schools to form the new Great American Conference, seemed determined to prove their role on the national stage. UNA took control at the outset, scoring 16 points in the opening 9:03 with a first-possession field goal followed quickly by two INT’s deep in ACU territory that led to short-field TD’s. The Wildcats finally got the ship steadied and rallied with a TD and a FG in the 2nd Period to cut the halftime deficit to six. The Second Half turned into a defensive struggle, with the key play coming with barely three minutes left in the 3rd Quarter when an ACU fumble near midfield was scooped up by Janoris Jenkins, the star transfer DB from the University of Florida. Jenkins, rated the top NFL draft prospect at his position, raced 49 yards to score and put the Lions up by 13. The Wildcats were finally able to mount an 80-yard, 10-play drive to score with just 1:42 left to play. The ensuing onside kick was covered by the Lions, who drained the clock to successfully protect their 23-17 win. Statistically, one would think the Wildcats had the better of the contest, with total offense superiority of 493 yards to 348, and a QB, Mitchell Gale, who completed 33 of 59 passes for 390 yards and 2 TD’s. However, his two interceptions and three sacks made a huge difference, and the Lions took full advantage of ACU’s mistakes. Lee Chapple, UNA’s signal-caller, completed 22 of 37 tosses to keep the Lions ahead, and RB Antwan Ivey, with 3 catches for 73 yards, plus 67 more and a TD on 15 rushes, led his support crew. WR Taylor Gabriel was ACU’s most potent weapon, with 8 catches for 135 yards and both Wildcat TD’s, and a 13-yard end around dash. My guess is, if the fates align just right and these two teams meet again in the playoffs, the final score will be even closer than it was today.

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The final game of the Festival pitted Fifth-ranked Texas A&M-Kingsville with another Top-25 team, West Texas A&M, which had been upset in its opener, 26-24, by Colorado State-Pueblo. That shock to the Buffaloes system obviously had its impact, as WT scored a TD and a field goal in each of the first 2 periods to lead 20-0, and would have held that advantage were it not for a fumbled punt with 1:31 left in the half. The Javelinas took the cue, and scored in just two plays from 21 yards out on a throw from QB Daniel Ramirez to WR Robert Armstrong. A Buffaloes score early in the 3rd put them back on top at 28-7, but TAMUK refused to fold. The Javelinas scored twice before the end of the quarter to cut WT’s lead to 28-21. The Buffaloes replied in the blink of an eye to retake control, as QB Dustin Vaughan hit WR Torrence Allen with a 61-yard bomb that took exactly eight seconds off the clock and restored a 14-point lead heading into the final period. West Texas A&M put the icing on the cake late in the game with a 78-yard, 7-play sortie that made the final tally a convincing 42-21 and clearly put them back in the playoff hunt. Vaughan had a terrific day for the winners with 24-of-41 passing for 384 yards, 3 TD’s and no INT’s, while TAMUK starter Nate Poppell didn’t fare quite as well, with 26-of-42 for 306 yards and 2 TD’s, but with 2 INT’S and 3 sacks on the downside.

The play began at Noon and didn’t end until nearly Midnight, and at least five potential playoff contenders competed in the 3 games. For the fans who stayed all day, the $10 ticket price was quite a bargain, and for those of us in the pressbox, it was well worth the trip, too. More Lone Star Football Festivals are on the drawing board for future years, and they will be on my coverage calendar for sure. There are few finer venues in which to watch football than the $1.2 billion House that Jerry Built!

The Red Zone September 11 2011

By Craig Burroughs

Too New to Rue: The Saints of Siena Heights University came to Arlington Heights, IL, on Saturday to meet another new team in 2011, the Eagles of Robert Morris University. RMU already had two games under its belt, having led into the 4th Quarter against both at Mayville State and at home against Minnesota State-Moorhead before losing 21-18 and 28-17, respectively. SHU, located in Adrian, MI, lured long-time D-III Adrian College coach Jim Lyall back into the saddle, after his surprise firing at the end of the 2009 season despite a 98-91-1 record over 20 years, to start its new NAIA program. Lyall in turn has lured Stan Parrish, former Wabash, Marshall, Kansas State and Ball State head man to be his volunteer QB’s coach. This veteran pair clearly had the Saints prepared for their first-ever college contest, as they scored in every quarter, never trailed and put up a 30-7 win against a team with a two-game head start in their first year of football.

Lyall’s reputation for rock-solid defenses at Adrian has followed him to Siena Heights, as the Saints held the Eagles to just 151 yards total for the game. SHU rushers netted 221 yards while their defense was holding RMU to -3 yards on the ground. Matt King, the Saints’ QB under Parrish’s tutelage, acquitted himself well with 11-of-17 passing for 171 yards and 2 scores without an INT or a sack. As a tee-shirt on the back of one of the many avid SHU fans who made the trip to Illinois said: “Still undefeated since 1919,” the year of Siena Heights’ founding.

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We picked the Wheaton-Albion game that evening as our best story, primarily for one reason…we wanted to see Julian Paksi, the Britons’ Nose Guard, in action. Paksi, recently diagnosed with a rare form of liver cancer, was the subject of a preseason column by the AP’s Tim Dahlberg detailing Julian’s choice to play his senior season of football before registering for a liver transplant, his only viable treatment option. The 5′ 11″ 240# Paksi, from St. Johns, MI, chose football over therapeutical expediency because he didn’t want to be robbed of his final days of college competition, as he knows they will be his last. I had hoped to visit with him after the game, but by the time I was able to get help to get down from the pressbox, given my own limitations, the Albion team bus was already loaded and out of the stadium.

Paksi was a mainstay on the Britons defense, regularly clogging the middle and getting 2 solo tackles, as the visitors played very well in the First Half, leading 3-0, 9-7 and 21-20 before giving up a 35-yard Garrett Meador-to-Justin Zeller TD bomb with just 0:27 left before intermission to fall behind 26-21. Meador, a senior in his first start for the Thunder, turned the 2nd Half into an aerial show for the record book…he threw four more TD passes to put his total at 6 for the night, tying Keith Bishop’s 28-year old team record. Meador’s scoring strikes were caught by six different receivers, and he finished the night with 22 completions in 29 attempts for 257 yards without a sack or an interception. His feet were active as well, gaining a net of 45 yards on 7 keepers, including a 22-yard scamper. By the time Albion lined up for the game’s final play at the Wheaton 4 yard line, Meador had turned a close game into a 54-28 rout. Britons WR J. C. Cruse caught a 4-yard pass from QB Spencer Krauss on that game-ending play, but in one last indignity, the Thunder blocked the extra point try to make the final score 54-34. Wheaton is now 6-2 all-time against Albion and has not lost a non-conference regular-season game since 2002, a span covering 27 contests.

The Red Zone – September 4 2011

By Craig Burroughs

Let the Games Begin: Finally, football is back at last. With my travel still somewhat limited by a temporary inability to drive, I’ve planned to cover games relatively close to home, at least for the first few weeks of the season, so Sandy can take me to games that will allow us to be home the same night. In the case of our opening game, “home” meant the house of my boyhood years in Northern Iowa after covering the 6PM kick at William Penn University’s brand new Lacey Complex Stadium in Oskaloosa, Iowa, on August 27th. The Statesmen didn’t do anything to belie their #8 preseason NAIA ranking, destroying the Iowa Wesleyan Tigers by a 42-7 count. QB Taylor Parsons was the ramrod for the defending MSFA-Midwest League title-holders, leading WPU scoring with three TD’s on 13 rushes for 99 net yards. RB Shawn Davis also carried 13 times, racking up 100 yards and a score, while 7 other ballcarriers added 197 more yards to give the Statesmen 396 for the night. The only highlight reel clip for the Tigers was Kevin McConnell’s 69-yard TD toss to Ridge Hobbs in the 2nd Quarter.

Our next excursion was a Thursday trip to Rock Island, IL, to catch Augustana’s opener against Dubuque, our first game at Ericson Stadium since 1989. While I expected a competitive evening from the visiting Spartans, who have been improving steadily under Head Coach Stan Zweifel, I hardly imagined an 18-0 halftime lead over the always-strong Vikings under new head man Rob Cushman. Augustana rallied to cut the lead to 18-13 early in the final period, but the Spartans defense rose to the occasion with a 3-and-out, two late fumble recoveries and a loss-of-downs to snuff the Vikings final drive and start their season with a hard-earned upset. WR and coach’s son Mike Zweifel, granted an extra year of eligibility due to serious injury early last season, got his final go-round off to a rousing start with 9 catches for 99 yards. His QB, Wyatt Hanus, had a good night as well, hitting on 20-of-26 tosses for 168 yards and two TD’s, as well as rushing 5 times for a net of 28 more yards. Dubuque’s senior RB Justin Spaulding led all rushers with 24 carries for 147 yards as the Spartans outgained the Vikings 373 to 284. WR Zac McCullough was the leading receiver for Augustana, with 6 catches for 40 yards, but he also had to be the most disappointed player after getting wide open over the deep middle only to drop a perfectly-thrown ball that would have been a sure touchdown and first Vikings’ lead with just over 10 minutes left to play. Ah, but what would the game be without a few character-building disappointments?

Saturday, September 3rd, was one of those weird weather days that have us scratching our heads and wondering what on earth is going on? Sandy and I visited Riverbank Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to see the first-ever varsity game in the history of Concordia-Ann Arbor, an NAIA school which is starting play in the MSFA-East. Unfortunately, the Cardinals were badly overmatched against the Saints of Saint Francis of Joliet, IL, in their 1:00 PM kickoff under sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-nineties. Aside from the 55-3 final score, the lowlight for the Cardinals’ afternoon had to be the 55-minute delay to the game caused by serious injuries to WR JaJuan Collins after catching the first and longest completion of the day for CU-AA less than five minutes into the game. He apparently suffered a dislocated hip and compound fracture of his right femur, and the trainers and EMT’s had a difficult time figuring out how to get him properly stabilized and into an air cast to load him into the ambulance. By the time the game restarted at 2:10 PM, the teams had warmed up three different times and left the field once for the coolness of the locker rooms. The Saints total offense advantage at game’s end was 559 to 132, with RB Garen Demery logging 132 yards and 4 TD’s on just 15 carries and WR Lexus Jackson hauling in 4 for 129 yards and a score. Even mop-up QB Ryne Van Gennep gained more yards in the final 16 minutes of play than the Cardinals totaled all day; he hit on 4-of-5 passes for 71 yards and a TD and rushed 5 times for 89 yards, including a 66-yard scoring sprint.

As we headed out of the sunny east side of Ann Arbor, we knew we would not arrive in Valparaiso, IN, in time to see the kickoff between the VU Crusaders and the visiting Franklin College Grizzlies, so we turned on the radio to see what was going on in college football that lovely afternoon. The Big House on the other side of Ann Arbor was at halftime of the Michigan-Western Michigan game, so we decided to drive around the south side of town knowing that there would be no traffic, with more than 110,000 people cooped up in the largest college football stadium in the land. But as we headed north around the west side of town, we hit a violent thunder storm that seemed to appear from nowhere just as the 2nd Half started a couple of miles to the east. Sure enough, the first of two lengthy “lightning” delays ensued at Michigan Stadium, and we felt blessed that our game was over and we weren’t sitting in the mostly-exposed vastness of the Big House. We tried to listen to the Notre Dame-South Florida game during the Michigan delay, but found that it was just as bad in South Bend as in Ann Arbor. That did not bode well for our night game, as South Bend’s weather often hits Valpo first. Fortunately, the worst was over by the time we got to Brown Field at the end of the 1st Quarter, with the score tied at 14.

While it drizzled on and off for the remainder of the evening, the game was never delayed by lightning, or by anything else, for that matter. It was a fast-paced exciting game from start to finish, with the score tied at 28 at intermission, thanks to a 12-yard Jonny West-to-Keith Cunningham pass with just 0:10 on the clock, and again at 35 with just seconds to play in the 3rd. West gave the Grizzlies their first lead of the night on a 20-yard pass to Ryan Hartman to end a 79-yard, 9-play drive with just 7 ticks left in the period, and Franklin’s defense stymied the Crusaders throughout the final stanza as West put the icing on the cake with a 28-yard bullet to Luke Hamm with 8:35 left to play. West clearly won the battle of the two talented QB’s, with 32-of-51 passing for 448 yards and five TD’s, with 2 INT’s and no sacks, while Valpo’s Eric Hoffman hit on 27-of-42 for 394, with one score, no INT’s and 2 sacks. Both QB’s rushed for a marker as well, with West gaining 38 on 6 carries with a long of 21, while Hoffman netted 2 yards with a long carry of 10. Franklin’s Ethan Cook was the only century rusher for the game, with 19 rushes for 115 yards and a score, while team-mate Kyle Linville was the leading receiver with 151 yards and a TD on 8 grabs. The D-III Grizzlies outgained 1-AA Valpo 669 to 463, snapping the ball 97 times in the process. Despite the drippy weather and some damp clothes, this 49-35 game was well worth a little personal discomfort.

Hansen Bowl

The Hansen Bowl was named after, my Dad, Don Hansen.  He was the pioneer of National Media Coverage for Small College Football and recognized by the National Sports Media and College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, IN. It is the only NCAA-compliant and NAIA-approved post-season small college senior all-star football game. It’s Executive Board includes the commissioners of the seven NAIA football conferences and representatives from 10 NCAA Division II and 25 commissioners and coaches from NCAA Division III institutions.


Sporting News Magazine – NAIA Pre-Season Senior All-Americans

Kaelin Ammans, QB (Georgetown-KY); Clarence Anderson, WR (Ottawa-KS); Matt Byrd, OL (Georgetown-KY); Dustin Craig, DB (Marian-IN); J.L. Gomez, LB (McPherson-KS); Travis Hofmeyer, OL (Northwestern-IA); Mike Johnson, OL (St. Xavier-IL); Tom Lynch, PK (St. Xavier, IL); Jake Mertens, LB (Peru State/NE); Joe Middleton, WR (McPherson/KS); Nick Newborn, OL (Shorter-GA); Michael Prosser, DL (St. Xavier-IL); Juan Redmond, TE (Mid-America Nazarene-KS); Landry See, LB (Montana State); Bodie Tobin, DL (Dickinson State-ND); Richard Wick, DL (Missouri Valley); Zack Zosel, OL (Carroll-MT)

Sporting News Magazine – NCAA Division II Pre-Season Senior All-Americans

Tony Addison, RB (Shephard); Tyler Hendrickson, OL (Concordia); Zac Kallas, DB (Augustana); Logan Kerr, DB (Ashland); Shawn Loiseau, LB (Merrimack); Thomas Mayo, WR (Concord); Lee Meisner, RB (Colorado State/Pueblo); Billy O’Connor, LB (C.W. Post); Ronnie Partridge, P (Stillman); Chandler Reardon, OL (Lenoir Rhyne); Danny Richard, DL (Grand Valley State); Michael Rodriguez, TE (Tusculum); Amini Silatolu, OL (Midwestern State); Jake Soy, WR (Northwest Missouri State); Kyle Thornton, OL (North Alabama); Tyson Williams, WE (West Texas A & M)

Sporting News Magazine – NCAA Division III Pre-Season Senior All-Americans

USA College Sports Senior All-Americans – NAIA Division

Central State
Cayetano Hingles, LB (Langston); Jonathan Hulett, DL (Southwestern Assemblies); Jonathan Jenkins-Dill, DL (Southern Nazarine); Stanley Johnson, WR (Bacone); Chris Jones, DB (Northwestern-TX); Prentic Joseph, LB (Bacone); Brandon Lee, DL (Langston); Carlos Ross, RB (Langston); Bradley Wardlaw, QB (Southern Nazarene)

Thomas Ackerman, DB (Rocky Mountain); Marc-Avary Airhart. :B (Eastern Oregon); Will Andrews, DL (Montana State – Northern); Dillon Bedford, TE (Eastern Oregon); Matt Cervenka, OL (Montana State – Northern); Travis Hjort, DL (Montana State – Northern); Jorge Magana, OL (Montana State – Northern); Ted Morgeau, DB (Carroll); Thomas Robison, LB (Carroll); Kevin Sampson, RB (Eastern Oregon); Landry See, LB (Montana State – Northern); A.J. Tolbert, WR (Rocky Mountain); Penisoni Tuafua, DL (Montana Western); Dima Vasilevskiy, OL (Rocky Mountain); Colton Woods, WR (Montana Western); Zach Zosel, OL (Carroll)

Great Plains
Marshall Barney, LB (Morningside); Anthony Dunn, QB (Doane); Jerrod Fleming, LB (Concordia); Todd Green, DL (Dordt); Andrew Hawley, DB (Midland);Travis Hofmeyer, OL (Northwestern); John Kirwan, DL (Morningside); Ben Klein, DB (Concordia); Adam Lopez, DB (Sioux Falls); Paul Lundgren, DL (Northwestern); Mike McNulty, RB (Morningside); Logan Ogden, OL (Northwestern); Casey Peters, OL (Sioux Falls); Colyb Rohde, TE (Morningside); Jeremiah Staffold, WR (Doane); Tom Van Haute, OL (Hastings); Khalid Waters, RB (Midland)

Heart of America
Eric Bossler, OL (Benedictine); Eric Carrillo, WR (Central Methodist ); Brad Carter, WR (Central Methodist ); Ron Fontenot, OL (Benedictine); Swede Johnson, OL (Mid-American Nazarene); Chris Morfield, OL (Avila ); Tommi Pinta, TE (Missouri Valley); Juan Redmon, TE (Mid-American Nazarene); Rommell Reed, OL (Missouri Valley); Austin Steen, OL (Central Methodist

Brandon Baldwin, RB (Southern Oregon); Joe Bolgnesi, OL (Azusa Pacific); Beau Bussani, DB (Menlo); Thomas Canaby, FB (Southern Virginia); Ricky Carlson, DB (Weber International); Tyler Crowley, P/PK (Southern Oregon); Tommy Davidson, LB (Souther Virginia); Quentin Edelman, WR (Peru State); Chris Gluppe, OL (Simon Fraser); Jake Jones, DE (Azusa Pacific); Kamalu Kaina, OL (Menlo); Jake Mertensm LB (Peru State);

Kansas Collegiate
Clarence Anderson, WR (Ottawa); Joe Becker, OL (McPherson); Quentin Benning, RB (Friends); Michael Broome, OL (Bethany-KS); Max Brown. OL (Ottawa); Spencer Brown, DB (Tabor); Jesse Bundrage, RB (Sterling); John Davidson, TE (McPherson); J.L. Gomez, LB (McPherson); D.J. Grayson, DL (Ottawa); Terrell Harper, DB (St. Mary); Chase Hartman, OL (Kansas Wesleyan); Cory Holbert, RB (Southwestern); Jese Jerde, LB (Friends); Zack Jolliff, LB (Southwestern); Keaton Kendall, OL (Friends); David Kraft, OL (McPherson); Joe Middleton, WR (McPherson); Dan Osinsky, OL (Kansas Wesleyan); Dan Prinsky, OL (Kansas Wesleyan); Rafail Reyes, DL (McPherson); Ricky Roberts, WR (Kansas Wesleyan); Andy Skinner, WR (McPherson); Aziz Spellman-Smith, WR (Tabor); Thomas Stauts, DB (McPherson); Michael Talton, DB (Sterling); Zac Tazkargy, LB (Southwestern); Adrian Thomas, LB (Kansas Wesleyan); Jeran Trotter, RB (Friends)

Jeremy Akins, TE (Bethel-TN); Kaelin Amons, QB (Georgetown /KY); Henri Baynham-Baker, DL (Camplesville); Dennis Bennet, FS (UVA/Wise); Mike Brinkley, QB (Union/KY); Clay Brown, LB (Georgetown – KY); Matt Bryant, OL (Georgetown – KY); Matt Byrd, OL (Georgetown/KY); Chris Carpinelli, TE (West Virginia Tech); Brandon Cheathem, RB (Faulkner); David Coffey, OC (Campbellsville); Daniel Cotter, DB (Cumberlands/KY); Jeffrey DeMary, DB (Campbellsville); Demetrius Hicks, WR (Union/KY); Todd Holman, LB (Cumberland/TN); Dwight Houston, LB (Campbellsville); Albert HUntley, WR (Shorter); B.J. Iverson, RB (Pikeville); ; Amondre Johnson, FB/LB (UVA/Wise); Andy Kellogg, OL (Shorter); Ben Miller, LB (Cumberland/KY); Carl Ojala, PK/P (Campbellsville); Lonnell Parker, DB (UVA – Wise); Courtney Pete, WR (Faulkner); Kyle Pettit, OL (Georgetown – KY) Jahmal Potter, DB (UVA/ Wise); Mike Prewitt, P/PK (Kentucky Christian); Quinton Prothro, DB (Faulkner); Tyler Quick, OL (Bellhaven); Stephen Ransome, LB (Cumberland/TN); Chris Simpson, DB (Cumberland/TN); Ricky Wadlington, LB (Bellhaven); Stan Warrenhuffman, WR (Campbelssville); Jonathan Yeary, LB (Cumberlands/KY)

Evan Acton, OL (Marian); Pat Appino, DL (St. Xavier); Ross Bauman, LB (St. Francis); Chris Bivins, DB (Walsh); James Bowman, DL (St. Francis/IL); Mike Brauer, OL (St. Xavier); Joe Carter, LB (Olivet Nazarene); Jimmt Ciy, QB (Valdosta State); Dustin Craig, DB (Marian); Corey Cronk, OL (St. Francis); Tom Ferron, TE (Malone); Andrew Foley, LB (Grand View); Darryly Ford, RB (Grand View); Tim Goodman, OL (Walsh); Reece Green, LB (Marian); Nick Hauge, OL (St. Ambrose); Myron Hicks, WR (McKendree); Sean Hughes, WR (St. Frandis/IL); Mike Johnson, OL (St. Xavier); Wayne Johnson, DB (St. Francis/IL); Tom Lynch, PK (St. Xavier); Jeremy Mayes, DL (St. Francis); John Micheletti, DB (St. Ambrose); Barney O’Donnell, QB (St. Ambrose); Jason Rejfek, LB (McKendree); Bruce Palmer, TE (Trinity International); Mike Prosser, DL (St. Xavier); Eric Sheppard. DB (Marian); Derick Showell, OL (Walsh); Dante Sims, RB (Grand View); J.T. Smith, RB (McKendree(; Javaron Thomas, DB (William Penn); Wyatt Tuggles, DL (St. Francis); Mike Tupai, LB (Iowa Wesleyan); Tyler Wells, LB (Grand View); Frank Wolfe, RB (St. Francis); Dale Woods, DL (William Penn)

Kyle Antos, OL (North Central); Aaron Benson, DB (Wesley); Dustin Davis, OL (Mary Hardin-Baylor); Billy Doody, DB (Hampden-Sydney); Kyle Gesswein, LB (Delaware Valley); Pete Gilliand, LB (MIT); Sam Kershaw, LB (Mount Union); Alex Koors, WR (DePauw); John Lachman, PK (Johns Hopkins); Sean McAndrew, TE (Wesley); Josh Ostrue, OL (St. Thomas); Koby Parker, OL (Hardin-Simmons); Will Riggenbach, Cumberland-TN); Kyle Schroeder, DL (St. John’s-MN); Cecil Shorts, WR (Mount Union); Alex Tanney, QB (Monmouth-IL); Eddie Vallery, DL (Wittenberg); Matt Weber, OL (Wisconsin-Whitewater); Alex Wertheimer, DL (Occidental); Randy Wright, LB (Elmhurst); Michael Zweifel, WR (Dubuque)

USA College Sports Senior All-Americans – NCAA Division II

Central Intercollegiate
Jamil Berry, DB (St. Augustine); Darrell Billiot, OL (Winston-Salem); Patrick Charles, DB (Chowan); Francisco Clifford, OL (Virginia State); Barron Coffin, OL (Elizabeth City); Nicholas Cooper, RB (Winston-Salem); John Davis, DL (Elizabeth City); Charles Deas, DL (Shaw); Anthony Faulcon, TE (Elizabeth City); James George, OL (Virginia Union); Michael Griffin, OL (Virginia State); Anthony Harris, DL (St. Augustine); Alton Keaton, DB (Winston-Salem); Andre Lyles, DB (Fayetteville State); Larry McDonald, OL (Fayetteville State); Brandon McElwee, LB (Lincoln/PA); Joseph John-Pierre, WR (Virginia Union); Daron Jones, LB (Lincoln/PA); Stanley Porter, DL (Shaw); Jeremy Pruitt LB (LB (Virginia State); Sanerivi Reupema. OL (Elizabeth City); William Rudd, PK (Virginia State); Walter Saunders, RB (St. Augustine); Brucelee Sterile, LB (Lincoln/PA); Dominic Tolson, DB ( SP ) Kenny Turner, DB (Bowie State); Akeem Ward, DL Winston-Salem)

Great American
Derek Jambron, P (Arkansas-Monticello); Myron Johnson, DB (Arkansas Tech); Ed Knoblock, LB (Northern Michigan); Clarence Laster, DB (Southwest Oklahoma); Sean McGrath, TE (Henderson State); JOhnny Seals, DB (SE Oklahoma); Marvin Tibble, DB (Southwest Oklahoma); Tyler VanDerZee, QB (East Central); A.J. Whitmore, WR (Arkansas Tech)

Great Lakes
Isaiah Ballard, DB (Findlay); Sean Bedevelsky, QB (Lake Erie); Greg Berkshire, P/PK (Ashland); Zach Breen, DB (Grand Valley State); Troy Burrell, WR (Wayne State); Mike Durn, LB (Indianapolis); Greg Gay, WR (Grand Valley State); Bill Guadard, OL (Michigan Tech); Jake Hancock OL (Ferris State); Nick Hixson, DB (Hillsdale); Mike Hounshell, OL (Lake Erie); Craig Hoying, DL (Findlay); Brandon Jones, WR (Lake Erie); Jeremy Jones, DB (Wayne State); Logan Kerr, DB (Ashland); Joe Long, OL (Wayne State); Quillen Matjis, WR (Northwood); D.J. McCoy, RB (Ashland); Mike Noffinger, RB (Old Dominican); Josh Renel, RB (Wayne State); Todd Storm, DL (Michigan Tech); Frank Taormina, OL (Saginaw Valley); Nick Thomas, LB (Wayne State)

Great Northwest
Kevin Brockman, OL (Western Oregon); Justin Capicciotti, DL (Simon Fraser); Joe Cowan, OL (Dixie State); Gabe Ephard, RB (Simon Fraser);Justin Faraimo, LB (Humboldt State); Kris Giuppe, OL (Simon Fraser); Demetrius Guice, TE (Central Washington); Andrew Iupati, DL (Humboldt State); Andrew Oney, DL (Central Washington); Mike Proulx, QB (Humboldt State); Lyndon Rowells, RB (Humboldt State); Jason Slowey, OL (WEstern Oregon); Ervin Una Smiley, OL (Western Oregon); Levi Smith, DL (Western Oregon); Taylor Tanasse, DL (Central Washington)

Gulf South
Mike Bunton, WR/RS (Lindenwood); Dominique Davenport, DB (Delta State); Jamie Dixon, OC (North Alabama); Kale Gelles, RB (Harding); Christian Gockler, DB (Lindenwood); Cory Godbolt, OL Ouachita Baptist); Andrew Gomez, OL (Henderson State); Wes Holland, RB (North Alabama); Roywl Johnson, DB (Arkansas-Monticello); Darrell Leopold, OC (Delta State); Sean McGrath, TE (Henderson State); Roy Richard, OL (Ouachita Baptist); Daron Rose, OL (North Alabama); Kyle Smith, OL (Ouachita Baptist); Phillip Supernaw, TE (Ouachita Baptist); Gerald Worsham, WR (West Alabama)

Idris Anderson, RB (North Greenville); Taylor Baskett, PK (UNC-Pembroke); Nathan Batchelor, LB (North Greenville); Keith Broderick, OL (UNC – Pembroke); Joe Burnett, WR (UNC-Pembroke); Travis Daniels, RB (UNC – Pembroke: Thad Everson, RB (Southwest Baptist); Jacob Farley, OL (North Greenville); en Gomes, DB (St. Joseph); Tyler Grapp, DL (Southwest Baptist); Alan Grant, OL (Lincoln); Jereme Green, DB (North Greenville); Matt Hightower, WR (Urbana); Chris Howard, LB (Lindenwood); Chance IOtt, OL (Linmdenwood); Perry Jenkins, DL (Urbana); Chaeles Johnson, WR (Southwest Baptist); Willy Korn, QB (North Greenville); Jameson Manumsa, LB (Southwest Baptist); Juan McKeever, DB (Urbana); Chris Muhammad, RS (Southwest Baptist); Joe Ridoath, DL (Missouri S & T); Chris Robinson, DB (Oklahoma Panhandle); Nick Rosamondo, DB (North Greenville); Anthony Rouba, OL (St. Joseph’a); Shaquille Shedd, LB (Southwest Baptis); Casey Smith, DL (Southwest Baptist); Ken Stoklosa, LB (Kentucky Wesleyan); Ben Tautola, DL (Southwest Baptist); Michael Wormley, OL (Southern Baptist); Asa Wright, OL (North Greenville)

Lone Star
Nick Bayless, TE (Angelo State); Ben Gibbs, TE (Abilene Christian); Curtis Jefferson, DB (West Texas A&M); David Little, WR (Midwestern State); Donald Moore, DL (Abilene Christian); Caleb Randolph, DB (West Texas A & M); Dishon Robertson, DL (West Texas A&M); Evan Robertson, RB (Tarleton State); Amani Silatolu, OL (Midwestern State); Johnny Tivao, DL (Texas A&M/Kingsville); Matt Webber, OC (Abilene Christian); Aston Whiteside, DL (Abilene Christian); Tyson Williams, WR (West Texas A&M)

Marlon Douglas, DB (Central Missouri); Michael Elliott, DB (Truman State); Brian Folkerts, OL (Washburn); Chad Kilgore, LB (Northwest Missouri); Jake Long, DB (Missouri Western); Josh Lorenson, DL (Northwest Missouri); Dakota Palan-Johnson, DL (Washburn); Ben McKaig, OL (Emporia State); Marty Pfannenstiel, LB (Washburn); Adam Reynolds, LB (Truman State); Ian Sexton, OL (Missouri Southern); Jake Soy, WR (Northwest Missouri); Dan Tweeton, OL (Truman State); Alex Whitehall, LB (Fort Hays State) Spencer Worthington, DL (Pittsburg State)

Desmond Anderson, DB (New Haven); Lance Chapman, OL (New Haven); Dan Duggan, OL (Assumption); Charlie Hatchett, LB (New Haven); Don Hopkins, DB (Bentley); Bryant Johnson, QB (Bentley); Tony Johnson, DL (Merrimack); Victor Jones, RB (New Haven); James Kasprowicz, OL (American Iternational); Shawn Loiseau, LB (Merrimack); David Lopez, DB (Pace); Stephan Neville, RS (Stonehill); Greg O’Briean, LB (Bentley); Shane O’Donnell, LB (St. Anselm); Ryan Osiecki, QB (New Haven); Trevor Perryman, TE (American International); Andre Priovott, WR (Southern Connecticut); A.J. Riker, OL (Bentley); Bernard Risco, DB (New Haven); Scott Schultz, DL (New Haven); Rashaad Slowley, RB (Southern Connecticut); Dave Stedman, OL (New Haven); Marc Wilson, WR (St. Anselm)

Northhern Sun
Nick Andreas, DB (Agustana); Marcus Broome. LB (University of Mary); Tony Kubes, DB (St. Cloud State); David Nadeau, PK (Minnesota-Duluth); Jjeff Schuette, LB (Minnesota-Moorhead)

Pennsylvania Statte
Vince Browning, DB (Bloomsburg); Dan Caffrey, OC (East Stroudsburg); Chedrick Cherry, WR (California/CA); Chris Cook, DB (Gannon); Jackson Fagan, RB (West Chester); Greg Frantz, TE (Millersville); Erik Frazier, WR (Kutztown); Andre Freeman, DB (Slippery Rock); Devoin Goda, WR (Slippery Rock); Steve Hohwnwater, OL (Shippensburg); Shane Hess, OL (Edinboro); Tim Hume, DL (Cheyney); Kier Jeter, DL (Edinboro); Trevor Kennedy, WR (Mercyhurst); Daryl Kurtz, OL (Bloomsburg); Kevin Martin, OL (C.W. Post); Aaron McGlynn, OL (Kutztown); Thomas Mulabah, DL (California/CA); Billy O’Connor, LB (C.W. Post); Kyle O’Neil, OL (West Chester); Vinnie Ranauto, LB (Shippensburg); Travis Rearick, QB (Mercyhurst); Oscar Rivera, DB (Bloomsburg); Lou Scala, DL (C.W. Post); John Siopa, OL (C.W. Post); Ryan Skelton, LB (Edinbopro); Hershel Thornton, DB (East Stroudsburg); Eric Van Ness, DL (Shippensburg)

Rocky Mountain
Maverick Churchill, DL (Chadron State); Jeff Costa, DB (Colorado State/Pueblo); Rocco DeLoranzo, LB (Adamsa State); Rustin Dring, RB (Newbraska/Kearney); Clay Garcia, QB (Colorado Mines); Stephen Goodin, OL (Nebraska/Kearney); Tim Hiett, OL (Chardon State); Arthur Hobbs, DB (Nebraska-Kearney); Grant Jansen, DL (Colorado State/Pueblo); Jesse Lewis, RB (Colorado State/Pueblo); Kyle Major, PK (Colorado State/Pueblo); Le’Quan McCorkle, FB (Lenoir Ryhne); Lee Meisner, LB (Colorado State/Pueblo); Will Naas, DB (Adams State); Fabroce Nolan, DB (Adams State); Cordell Nugent, LB (New Mexico Highlands); Alex Paicurich, DL (Nebraska/Kearney); Jake Spitzlberger, QB (Nebraska-Kearney); Alex Vigel, LB (Colorado Mines); Koby Wittek, TE (Colorado State/Pueblo); Connor Wright, DL (Coloradoa Mesa)

South Atlantic
Derek Church, FB (Brevard); Deonte Gist, RS (Tusculum) Major Herron, QB (Lenoir Rhyne); Lakeem Perry, LB (Catawba); Jonas Randolph, RB (Mars Hill); Richard Ray, DL (Brervard); Aaron Reese, QB (Brevard); Michael Rodriguez, TE (Tusculum); Jack Taylor, DL (Wingate); Eric Watts, P (Brevard)

Southern Intercolleglate
Raphael Amey, WR (Albany State); Chigobo Anunoby, DL (Morehouse); Kenneth Baker, DB (Tuskegee); Kevin Brown, OL (Stillman); Norris Byrd, OL (Albany State); Jarvis Canty, OL (Morehouse); (Albany State); Charlie Craig, OL (Tuskegee); Kiece Crite, LB (Clark Atlanta); Tony Davis, TE (Fort Valley); Tyrone Davis, DL (Benedict); Jared Garrett, OL (Kentucky State); Jamarkus Gaskine, LB (Albany State); Reginald Goodrum, LB (Fort Valley State); Datius Graham, OL (Tuskegee); Derrick Hector, WR (Morehouse); Kedric Hooks, LB (Lane); Kyle Hurt, DL (Lane); Ryan Jackson,. OL (Tuskegee); Stanley Jennings, QB (Albany State); Ricky Johnson.,LB (Fort Valley State); Corey Jones, LB (Lane); Thomas Logan, TE (Stillman); Jamaal Massalinw. DL (Benedicy); Keith Massey, DB (Kentuck State); Mike Mavromichalis, OL (Albany State); Rashad McRae, DB (Albany State); Jessie Mitchell, OL (Kentucky State); Ricky Moore, LB (Clark Atlanta); Isaiah Person, LB (Tuskegee); Corey Robinson, LB (Miles); DeQuan Starling, DB (Benedict); Octavius Staton, WR (Albany State); Darel Strong, DL (Clark Atlanta); Jarell Thomas, LB (Stillman); Jovan Washington, TE (Kemtucky State); Antonio Wells, DL (Albany State); Darius Williams, DB (Morehouse); Emmanuel Williams, DL (Fort Valley); Charlie Wilson,. LB (Morehouse)

West Virginia Interscholastic
Tommy Addison, RB (Shepherd); T.J. Benners, WR (West Virginia Wesleyan); Matt Betz, NG (West Liberty); Luke Black, DL (Fairmont State);Stephen Bumpus, DB (West Virginia State); Robert Byrd, WR (Shepherd); Elijah Davis, DB (Fairmont State); Zach Delo, TE (Seton Hill); Jermaine Carter, WR (Seton Hill); Adam Dunlap, LB (Charleson); Chris Galadyk, DL (Seton Hill); Joe Greenway, LB (Concord); Jordan Griffin, WR (Glenville State); Steve Jackson, OL (Sheperd); Devin Johnson, NG (Fairmount State); Brian Kennedy, RB (Concord); Ben Landis, P )Fairmont State); Landonm Johnson, WR (WEest Virginia State); Bradon Link, OC (Concord); Aaron Martinez, DB (Concord); Donald Marshall, LB (Glenville State); Aaron Martinez, DB (Concord); Thomas Mayo, WR (Concord); Austin McClain, LB (Charleston); Nick McGahagan, LB (Seton Hill); Carl McIntyre, OL (Shepherd); Jon Meadows, WR (West Virginia Wesleyan); Elijah Merchant, DL (West Virginia State); Adam Neugebauer, QB (West Virginia Wesleyan); Nik Norrell, WR (Shepherd);Isaac Omaits, DL (West Liberty); Nick Ringwalt, DL (West Liberty); Ray Scaperotta, OL (West Liberty); Ottis Scott, DB (West Virginia Wesleyan); Josh Spring, OC (Shepherd); Antwan Stewart, WR (Glenville State); Greg Underwood, LB (Fairmont State); Jeorge Valdocvinos, WR (Seton Hill); J.B. Walton, OL (West Virginia Wesleyan); Larry Wreidt, OL (West Liberty)

USA College Sports Senior All-Americans – NCAA Division III

American Southwest Conference
Jarryn Bingham, DL (Mississippi College); Chris Brent, DL (Mary Hardin-Baylor); Jarrad Craine, DB (Mississippi College); Delforte Diamond, TE (McMurry); Bertrick Ervin, OG (McMurry); Ben Feibel, OC (Louisiana College); Steven Kight, RB (Mississippi College); Nate Menkin, OT (Mary Hardin-Baylor); Will Morris, DB (McMurry); Robert Pyssen, LB (Sul Ross State); Steven Rackwell, RB (Hardin-Simmons); Dayne Reeves, OT (Louisiana College); Blake Rowell, Sr. (Mississippi College); Cole Schacherl, DB (Howard Payne); Matt Tarver, DL (East Texas Baptist); Travios Tatsch, OT (Hardin-Simmons); Rocky Vaclavick, DB (Mary Hardin-Baylor); Darnell Williams, WR (Louisiana College)

Centennial Conference
Kenny Cobb, DL (Muhlenberg); Anthony Figueroa, OL (Ursinus); Nick Gerace, OL (Franklin & Marshall); Chris Hartzell, DB (Muhlenberg); C.T. Marsh, DL (Franklin & Marshall); Jason Marquis, DL (Juniata); g Martell, LB (Ursinus); Mike Milano, DB (Johns Hopkins); James Monreale, OL (Gettysburg); Seth Payune, DL (Moravian); Ryan Piatek, LB (Johns Hopkins); Mike Porembski, OL (Muhlenberg); Mike Ritter, WR (Susquehanna); Ed Rodger, OL (Johns Hopkns); Kurst Rogers, DB (Franklin & Marshall); Hewitt Tomlin, QB (Johns Hopkins); Sam Wenick, WR (Johns Hopkins); Sean Whelan, DL (Ursinus)

College Conference Illinois-Wisconsin)
Joe Antonacci, RB (North Central); Pete Buldandr, DL (North Central); Nick Capristo, OL (North Central); Jordan Chapman, LB (Wheaton); P.J. Cummings, DB (Illinois Wesleyan); Joey Driver, WR (Illinois Wesleyan); J.D. East, DL (Wheaton); Ryan Greski, LB (Illinois Wesleyan); Willie Hayes, DL (Noprth Cengtral); Brian Hipchen, DB (Carthag); David Lee, QB (Augustana/IL); Jon Janus, DB (Elmhurst); Pete Koeneman, WR (Carthage); Josh McCleod, DB (North Central); Brian McMullen, DB (Wheaton); Robert Ramsey, DL (Wheaton); Peter Stamos, OL (Elmhurst)

Eastern Collegiate
Johreone Bunch, RB (Mount Ida); Andrew Fulford, RB (Norwich); Rob Gorgy, DL (SUNY/Maritime); Joseph Gumberwicz, LB (Norwich); Phil Hall, OL (Castleton); Nick Lynch, WR (Mount Ida); Erik Matos, OL (Mount Ida); Nii Quartey, LB (Anna Maria); Blake Simpson, TE (Anna Maria)’; James Spanopoulos (SUNY/Maritime); Rob Sturgus, OL (Norwich); Kyle Vanidestine, DB (Husson); John Van Wey, DE (Galludet); Sean Wiggers, DB (SUNY-Maritime); Ryne Worsham, WR (Galludet)

Empire 8 Conference
Corey Balcerzak, OL (St. John Fisher); Anthony Cassimano, RB (Hartwick); Nick Clark, LB (Alfred); Mike Conti, DB (Ithaca); Joe Leavell, LB (St. John Fisher); Sean Meagher, OL (Springfield); Roland O’Brien, DB, Alfred; Tyler Olles, OL (Utica); Austin Restaino, OL (Hartwicj); Chris Sawyer, DL (St. John Fisher); Ryan Schmidt, WR (St. John Fisher); Tom Secky, QB (Alfred); Eric Toporoff, LB (Ithaca); Jon White, DB (Utica); Jordan Wilkens, WR (Hartwick)

Heartland Collegiate
Ryan Blac, OL (Defiance); Jordan Crosier, OL (Bluffton); Andy Cesna, TE (Defiance); Reece Craig, RB (Franklin); C.J. Croft, QB (Hanover); Mitch Deffner, WR (Franklin); Brett Hambrick, DL (Mount St. Joseph); Tyler Huls, DB (Franklin); Brecken Kennedy, DB (Manchster); Jeff Ketchum, OL (Rose-Hulman); Russel Krous, OL (Bluffton); Drew Kuesel, RB (Defiance); Rory Mannreing, DB (Hanover); Bobby McClintock, WR (Manchester); Ryan McKee, LB (Manchester); Jared Millikan, DB (Anderson); Matt Money, OL (Hanover); Joe Noble, OL (Mount St. Joseph); David O’Rourke, DL (Franklin); Dan Passafiume, WR (Hanover); Neal Ploeger, DL (Hanover); Rick Powell, QB (Defiance); Adam Rue, OL (Anderson); Joemese Scott, OL (Defiance); Steve Sealcott, DB (Bluffton); Dylan Snyder, LB (Manchester); Leonard Wells, DL (Anderson)

Keith Anthony, DB (Huntingdon); Kaleb Futral, LB (Huntingdon); Garrison Johnson, OL (Huntongdon); Kirk Johnson, LB (Huntingdon); Willie McDowell, WR (Huntingdon); Cody Pearcy, WR (Huntingdon); Larry Peterson, OL (Apprentice School); Corey Sept, DB (Apprentice School); Eric Stroud, OL (Huntingdon); A.J/ Swift, OL (Huntongdon)

Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Tyler Bailey, LB (Cornell/IA); Alan Bladt, DB (Buena Vista); Brad Boyle, QB (Coe); Braden Everding, LB (Simpson); DeMarcus Fleming, WR (Dubuque); Aaron Giese, DL (Buena Vista); Levi Heibling, WR (Wartburg); Rory Hennessey, OL (Simpson); Kyle McGivney, LB (Luther); Garrett McGrane, DB (Wartburg); Zach Myers, LB (Loras); Ben Rector, LB (Wartburg); Chris Reynolds, QB (Luther); Ryan Schmidt, DB (Central/IA); Jeremy Snead, WR (Central/IA); Nate Snead, QB (Central/IA); Justin Spaulding, RB (Dubuque); Aaron Spickeman, DL (Cornell/IA); Matt Tschler, DL (Wartburg); Josh Van Den Hul, DB (Wartburg); David Zoeckler, LB (Loras)

Liberty League
Chris Bickford, DL?LB (Rochester); Bill Campi, DL (Rochester); Doug Geraghty, DL (St. Lawrence); Peter Gill, DL (WPI);, Francis Hall, DL (Albright); Brendan Hatlee, OL (Hobart); Cam Johnson, DB (Union); Ernie Mello, RB (WPI); Thomas Norman, TE (Rochester); Reggoe Robinson, LB (Hobart): Trevor Saunders, DB (St. Lawrence); Dan Smith, OL (Union); Kevin Stapf, LB (King’s Point); Ethan Sutton, RB (St. Lawrence(; Doug Vella, QB (Hobart) ; Marcus Washington. RB (St. Lawrence); John Whiting, OL (Rochester); Drake Woodard, DB (Hobart)

Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Assolciation
Conrad Bovee, LB (Alma); Adam Cares, Sr. (Kalamazoo); Isaiah Cross, WR ( Adrian); J.C. Cruse, WR (Albion); Alex Doman, OL (Hope); Josh Droppers, OL (Hope); Tony Galarno, DL (Alma); Bryan Garbarino, DB (Adrian); Chris Greenwood, DB (Albion); Jason Heinruch, DL (Albion); Ben Hendricks, OL (Trine); Derek Jackson, LB (Albion); Keman Jacobs, DB (Adrian); Nate Jazwinski, LB (Hope); Robbie Jenson, DB (OLivet); John Lesinski, LB (Albion); Nick Jones, QB (Kalamazoo); Dan Karam, Sr. (Hope); Syeve Mauk, DL (Adrian); Brad Naumeyer, OL (Alma); Mike Page, LB (Kalamazoo); Ed Raby, DL (Alma); Brock Reinig, DL (Trine); Nick Ross, Sr. (Adrian); Anthony Sabatella, LB (Alma); Jack Schell, DB (Kalamazoo); Daren Walker, LB (Adrian); Kyle Warren, DB (Hope) ; Spencer Wittingham, OL (Adrian)

Middle Atlantic Conference
Ray Bierbach, DB (Lycoming); Mike Blessing, OL (KIng’s/PA); Cedrick Clayton, WR (Widener); Kenny Fowlkes, LB (Delaware Valley); Troy Green, DB (Delaware Valley); Stuart Grogan, OL (Albright); Ben Guiles, RB (Lebanon Valley); Josan Holmes, RB (Albright); Steve Hoverson, L:B (FDU/Florham); Chris Horn, PK (Wilkes); Mikke Jaskowski, DL (Delaware Valley); Anothony Marascio, DL (Lycoming); Ryan McCullough, DB (Delaware Valley); Tim Okken, OL (Lycoming); Clint Surgeoner, OL (Lebanon Valley); Jay Torres, WR (KIng’s-PA)

Midwest Confereence
James Allen, OL (Monmouth/IL); Jared Anderson, LB (Ripon); Joe Beckstrand, RB (Carroll); Derek Carrier, WR (Beloit); Kenny Clady-Mason, DL (Lake Forest); Mike Dziewit, LB (Carroll); Eric Fisher, DB (Illinois College); Logan Granera, WR (Grinnell); Mike Hepp, OL (Ripon); Adam Hoste, LB (Monmouth/IL); Tyler Kuehl, OL (St, Norbert); David Milroy, TE (Monmouth/IL); Ben Nantell, DB (St. Norbert); T.J. Pierce, RB (Ripon); Robert Seer, WR (Grinell); Dan Sjoquist, DB (St. Norbert); Terence Steward, RB (Beloit); Brock Thompson, WR (Illinois College); John Troyer, DL (St. Norbert); Jacob Wyss, DL (Carroll)

Minnesota Intercollegiate

New England Football Conference
A.J. Albert, LB (Salve Regina); Taylor Allen, TE (Endicott); Anthony Bizzotto, LB (Fitchburg); Bryce Brown, QB (Western New England); Brian Castellucci, LB (Plymouth State); Kevin Eagan, DL (Endicott); Dan Fox, OL (Framingham); Bill Hickey, DB (Endicott); J.J. Jachym, RB (Western New England); Phil Konopka, QB (Endicott); Mike Lane, RB (Endicott); Shane Lange, DL (Salve Regina); James McCarthy, WR (Framingham); Andrew McNeice, OL (Salve Regina); Nick Molinari, OL (Endicott); Ryan O’Connell, DB (Westfield); Kenny Russell, WR (Worcseter); Nick Scozzaro, LB (Endicott); Joe Sweet, DL (Worcester); Joe VanHuysen, OL (Western New England)

New England Small College Conference
Ferras Albitar, LB (Tufts); Herman Brito, DL (Trinity/CT); Eric Bunker, RB (Amherst); Tyler Cole, DB (Williams); Colin Curzi, DL (Williams); Tom Duffy, LB (Colby); Walter Fallas, LB (Trinity.CT); Kevin Ferber, DL (Amherst); Patrick Noone, WR (Bowdoin); Daniel O’Mara, DB (Williams); Cyprian Oyomba, LB (Wesleyan); Matt Rawson, PK (Amherst); Mike Rayner, WR (Middlebury); Dylan Schultz, LB (Williams); J.C. Stickney, WR (Williams); Ian Vieira, LB (Bowdoin); Ryan Weston, OL (Bates); Gary Williams, DL (Trinity/CT)

New Jersey Athletic Conference
Cody Allen, LB (Cortland); Anthony Brown, LB (Morrisville State); Shawn Brown, DB (TCNJ); Brian Cary, OL (Rowan); Billy Castro, OL (Cortland); Thomas D’Ambrisi, QB (Kean); Chris D’Andrea, QB (Montclair State); Mike DelleDonne, TE (Rowan); James Donoghue, QB (TCNJ); Doug Dudek, DB (William Paterson); Tom Fischer, QB (Montclair State); David Green, OL (Rowan); Dean Hammel. LB (Rowan); Kevin Heaky, DB (Buffalo State); Alex Hendrickson, RB (Brockport); Steve Hevalow, RB (Rowan); Alex Iachetta, DL (Montclair State); Dan Keegan, RB (Montclair States); Gary Knoeppel, DB (Montclair State); Byron Lewin, WR (Montclair State); Joe Liscio, P (Montclair State); Dan Pitcher, QB (Cortland); D.J. Romano, DB (Cortland); Bill Smith, LB (Cortland); Connor Thompkins, DL (Cortland); Ray Wegrzynek, DL (Kean); Jamahl Williams,. DB (Kean)

North Coast Athletic Conference
Hector Clavijo, LB (Wooster); Cameron Daniels, TE (Wooster); Andrew DeJong, P (Allegheny); Oliver Dickerhoff, LB (Hiram); Danny Enright, TE (Oberlin); Robert Flagg, RB (Wooster); Matt Hurtt, LB (Witteberg); Jonathan Horn, WR (Wabash); Jarrod Lewis, DL (Hiram); Josh McKee, WR (Wittenberg); Jeremy Oller, OL (Kenyon); Kevin Orris, OL (Wooster);l Seth Parker, DB (Wittenberg); Joe Romanowski, OL (Denison); Jacob Shaffer, OL (Wabash); Sam Taylor, OL (Allegheny); Brian Tamburlin, RB (Allegheny);’ Dan Terhune, DL (Wooster); Connor Warye, RB (Wittenberg); Ben Zoeller, QB (Wittenberg)

Northern Athletic Conference
Brandin Austin, WR (Benedictine); Tom Bodnar, DB (Wisconsin Lutheran); Ryan Bourke, DL (Willamette); Jason Bruggink, DL (Lakeland); Derek DiNino, DL (Aurora); Joseph Doran, OL (Aurora); Danny Engel, DL (Whitworth); Tony Faller, DB (Lakeland); Sparky Gonzalez, DL (Linfield); Evan Hackbarth, WR (Aurora); Kirk Kabala, LB (Rockford); Matt McWilliams, DB (Benedictine); Jessie Muldrow, RB (Wisconsin Lutheran); Anthony Pennalla, OL (Concordia/IL); Caleb Radar, OL (Maranatha); Justin Rogers, DB (Corncoria Wisconsin); Ethan Rosen, DL (Marantha); Adam Siwicki, LB (Aurora); Bryan Wesemann, TE (Benedictine)

Northwest Conference
Juan Alvarado, DL (Willamette); Jordan Barnes, OL (Linfield); Harmon Bruno, LB (Willamette); Casey Coberly, OL (Puget Sound); Dan Curtinm, LB (Lewis & Clark); Nate Dixon, DB (Linfield); Dale Entel, WR (Whitworth); Shawn Evans, WR (Lewis & Clark); Drew Fisher, DB (Linfield); Chris Kelly, DB (Lewis & Clark); Kole Krieger, DB (Linfield); Hayden Mace, OL (Linfield); Rob Marlow, OL (Pacific Lutheran); Joevonmte Mayes, RB (Lewis & Clark); Kenny Miller, OL (Willamette); Demarkus Milner, LB (Puget Sound); Taylor Skore, DB (Linfield); Cailin Thomason, DB (Whitworth) Deidre Wiersma, WR (Linfield)

Ohio Athletic Conference
Derrick Arbogast, OL (Heidelberg); Matt Bowen, DB (Baldwin-Wallace); Jeff Butler, DL (Ohio Northern); Pat Dochenetz, OL (Ohio Northern); Paul Dunn, OL (Heidelberg); Brett Ekkens, OC (Mount Union); Andy Fadenholz, LB (Heidelberg); Dan Frankart, DL (Capital); Trygve Hendrickson, DL (Ohio Norhern); Aaron Hurd, TE (Baldwin-Wallace); Dominick Jones, DB (Otterbein); C.J. Seitzinger, LB (John Carroll); Alex Thomas, LB (Muskingum)

Old Dominion Athletic Conference
Sean Cavanagh, WR (Hampden-Sydney); John Fitzgibbons, OL (Washington & Lee);Stephen Howard, DL (Bridgewater/VA); Harrison Hudson, RB (Washington & Lee); Chris Jessuo, LB (Guilford); Dominic Jeter, DL (Bridgewater/VA); Ben Johnson, OL (Emory & Henry); Travis Lane, QB (Hampden-Sydney); Darrin McKenzie, RB (Bridgewater/VA); Byron Overstreet, OL (Randolph-Macon); Daniel Preston, DL (Emory & Henry); Jope Pricone, DL (Randolph-Macon); David Prizzia, PK (Hampden-Syndey); Ben Rogers, OL (Hampden-Sydney); George Sheaffer, OL (Bridgewater/VA); Ed Smith, LB (Emory & Henry); Kyle Vance, WR (Hampden-Sydney); Daniel Woods, DB (Emory & Henry)

President’s Athletic Conference
Taofik Amokomoko. OL (St. Vincent); Marcus Chakot, DL (Grove City); Justin Cole, OL (Washin gton & Jefferson); A.J. Delmonico, WR (Geneva); Gary Flavion, OL (Washington & Jefferson); Armando Fortunato, LB (St. Vincent); Jarred Frawley, DL (Grove City); Matt Gal, DB (Washington & Jefferson); Frank Gigler, DK (Washington & Jefferson); Nick Hanley, OL (Waynesburg); Sean Hunt, DB (Wayneburg); Tim Irwin, LB (Grove City); Anthony Johnson, LB (Saint Vincent); Jeff Joyces, DB (Bethany/WV); Darryl Moore, DL (Waynsburg); David Mossa, OL (Thiel)’; Kendall Owens, RB (Thomas More); Cory Potter, OL (Bethany/WV); Aaron Smetanka, QB (St. Vincent); Neil Sorice, LB (Washington & Jefferson); Zack Start, OL (Grove City) Jay Volker, DL (Thomas More); eric Walker, RB (Bethany/WV); Ryan Williams. LB (Westminster)

Southern California Intercollegiate
Vince Aiello, DB (Redlands); Kyle Appleford, OL (LaVerne); Deme’Trek Chambers, RB (California Lutheran); Luke Collis, QB (Occidental); Matt Griffin, WR (LaVerne); John Herrera, DB (Redlands); Greg Holsworth, LB (Occidental); Brett Hutter, DL (California Lutheran); Sam Jolly, OL (Claremont-Mudd-Scripts); James Lambert, OL (Pomona-Pitzer); Jacob Landenslayer, QB (California Lutheran); Gio Lapp, OL (Califorinia Lutherand); Brent McNeil, OL (California Lutheran); Ed Mills, DL (Claremont-Mudd-Scipts); John O’Malley, DB (Whittier); Nate Proulx, DB (Occidental); Chris Radtke, OL (Redlands); Ben Salzman, LB (Claremont-Mudd-Scripts); John Schactmer. OL (Californias Lutheran); Luis Villavientii, DB (California Lutheran)

University Athletic
Jacob Adams, LB (Case); Francis Adarkwa, RB (Chicago); Michael Allen, OC (Case); Emmett Carrier, DB (Chicago); Richard Doolin, DL (Case); Dale English, DL (Case); Zach Gallup, TE (Carnegie Mellon); Cameron Grimes, LB (Chicago); Matt Hasmonek, OL (Washington/MO); Nick Hillard, LB (Washington/MO); Kyle Larkin, LB (Washington/MO); Jake Lewis, OL (Washington/MO); Jake Lomgtin. DL (Chicago); Tony Oppermman, OL (Case); Danny Polaneczky, LB (Chicago); Joe Rhein, OC (Washington/MO); Matt Sargent, DL (Chicago); Phil Stoecker, TE (Washington/MO); Nate Williams, OL (Chicago)

Upper Midwest Athletic
Chuqee Flectcher, DL (Martin Luther); Rendell Flood, TE (Greenville); Carl Givens, WR (Westminster); Todd Gramenz, RB (MInnesota/Morris); Adam Hayes, QB (Crown); Alex Hess, TE (Eureka); Dave Kleiner, DL (Northesetarn); J.P. Leary, LB (St. Scholastica); Andy Lozano, DB (Greenville); Mike Minehan. DB (Eureka); Benjamin Olson, DB (Marton Luther); Keegan O’Neill, WR (St. Scholastica); Wes Schmidgall, WR (Eureka); John Smith, DB (Greenville); Andrew Story, OL (Greenville); Justin Trautmitter, DB (St. Scholastica); Stephan Voelkner, OL (St. Scholastica); Kelvin Williams, DB (Westminster(

USA South Atlantic
Alex Anderson, LB (Maryville); Blake Barnes, DL (Maryville); Albert Brown, OL (Avrett); Bud Christy, DB (Maryville); Josh Cook, DL (Methodist); J.T. Crews, OL (Christopher Newport); Kemp Davis, OL (Christopjer Newport); Michael Doyne, DL (Methodist); Brad Eich, OC (Maryville); James English, OL (Shenandoah); Cory Griffing, LB (Shenandoah); Breon Holmes, OL (Methodist) Wesley Idlette, WR (Maryville); ; Marcus Mayo, QB (Ferrum); Cody McCray, DB (Greensboro); Jack McDowell, OL (Ferrum); Tae Motley, DB (Ferrum); John Redmond, LB (Shenandoah); Justin Reidelbach, TE (Christopher Newport); Allen Stallings, LB (Greensboro); Shephen Winfrey, DL (Ferrum)

Wisconsin Intercollegiate
Logan Allemand, OL (Whitewater); Greg Arnold, LB (Whitewater); Matt Blanchard, QB (Whitewater); Tyler Butzler, OL (Stout) Mike Cano, CB (River Falls); Levell Coppage, RB (Whitewater); Derek Dreher, DB (LaCrosse); Taylor Edwards, RB (Wisconsin-River Falls); Trevor Fiege, LB (Stout); Garrie Fox, WR (Wisconsin-Oshkosh); David Goodman, WR (Eau Claire); Joe Gotmer, OL (River Falls); Dave Kinsella, DL (Wisconsin-Eau Claire); Lee Lauters, RB (LaCrosse); Nicholas Matthews, DL (LaCrose); Matt McGilliard, LB (LaCrose); Joe Mleziva, SS (Stevens Point); Andy Neumann, LB (Eau Claire); Ryan Pearcy, ML (Stout); Kris Rosholt, P (Whitewater); Vince Sciano, DL (Oshkosh); Charlie Stueck, CB (Oshkosh); Craig Warminski, RB (Stout); Donovan Winter, DL (LaCrosse); Matt Withrow, OL (Eau Claire); Colton Zimmerman, DB (Stevens Point)