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Below are full and partial samples of just some of the information you will receive! SCOUTING REPORT (made up report) Name: JBS Position: QB HT: 6'4 WT: 225 40 TIME: 4.83-4.86 STATS: 1st team All-SEC w/200-300-3505-66.6-29-6 pass, 23-2-0 rush in 12 gms in '08. HM All-SEC w/150-300-2400-50.0-18-9 pass, 18--20-0 rush in '07. POSITIVES: Good sized pocket passer with good arm strength. Has the ability to make any throw. Makes excellent reads. Has good bulk for the position with no major injury issues. Has no off field issues. NEGATIVES: Must work on accuracy as he tends to throw off his back foot and overthrows targets. Needs work on mechanics. Lacks mobility. PROJECTION: Has the tools but needs a lot of work. Has shown progression each season of his career and should improve at the next level. Has better days ahead of him but needs 1-2 years of coaching ALL-STAR GAME: Selected to play in East-West Shrine Game in November 2008. GRADE: 5.50 (4th round) 2011 WATCH LIST PARTIAL SAMPLE Rd. Pos Jsy First Last School Cls HT WT 40 Time Proj. Notes Appalachian Buck Buch FS 13 Mark LeGree State Jr. 5114 200 4.44/4.47 4th-5th TFL, SCK OT/OG 71 Benjamin Ijalana Villanova Jr. 6040 320 6th 1st team A FCS TOP 50 OVERALL 1. QB Armanti Edwards, Appalachian State, Sr. 2. WR/RS Andre’ Roberts, The Citadel, Sr. 3. QB Cameron Higgins, Weber State, Jr. 4. WR Terrell Hudgins, Elon, Sr. 5. FS Mark LeGree, Appalachian State, Jr. 6. DE Larry Hart, Central Arkansas, Sr. 7. QB Dominic Randolph, Holy Cross, Sr. 8. RS Leroy Vann, Florida A&M, Sr. 9. RB Trevyn Smith, Weber State, Sr. 10. OT James Williams, Harvard, Sr. D2 TOP 25 (PARTIAL) 1. QB Trevor Harris, Edinboro, Sr. 2. RB Joique Bell, Wayne State MI, Sr. 3. OT Tony Washington, Abilene Christian, Sr. 4. WR Johnny Spevak, Central Washington, Sr. 5. CB/RS Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, IUP, Sr. 6. RB La’Ron Council, North West Missouri State, Sr. 7. SS Myles Burnsides, Northwest Missouri State, Sr. 8. WR Preston Parker, North Alabama, Sr. 9. OT Jared Veldheer, Hillsdale, Sr. 10. CB/RS Kelvin Rodgers, Minnesota-State Mankato, Sr. D3 TOP 15 (PARTIAL) 1. QB Alex Tanney, Monmouth (Ill.), Jr. 2. WR Cecil Shorts, Mount Union, Jr. 3. DE Marcus Ball, Wisconsin-Stout, Sr. 4. RB Tunde Ogun, Christopher Newport, Sr. 5. RB DeRon Brown, MIT, Sr. QB SEBASTIAN TRUJILLO What is your current height, weight and workout numbers? Sebastian: I didn’t run a 40. I measured in at 6’2 ½ and I don’t know what I weighed in at. Right now I am 220. We didn’t do any maxes for some reason. Where did you go to high school? Sebastian: Durango, Colorado. Did you play any other sports in high school besides football? Sebastian: Basketball. What is your major and GPA? Sebastian: I have a double major in business and real estate. 3.67. When do you expect to graduate? Sebastian: Spring 2010. What is your learning style? (board only, board & walk thru or visual-have to see it.) Sebastian: Visual. What is the biggest adversity you have had to overcome in your college career or life? Sebastian: I talked to coach about that at the end of the spring I think it was coming into USD and learning the west coast offense from nothing. I came in July and we had guy in the starting position already and it was a lot for me to climb. Talk about your family background such as parents, siblings, and employment. Sebastian: My parents are separated. My mom is in Durango Colorado and she has a boy and girl both younger than me. My dad lives in Phoenix and has a daughter. I have a good relationship with me. My mom stays at home with the kids and my step dad is a real estate broker. My dad is a sale rep for a BBQ company. Do you have any relatives who played in the NFL? Sebastian: No. What do you feel are your strengths and weaknesses? Sebastian: I would say accuracy and I have been told I throw well on the run because I can make plays happen when the pocket breaks down. My weaknesses are that I am still learning the west coast offense. This year I am trying to know everything about it because I sometimes make mistakes. I would say just being familiarized with the playbook inside and out. What is the highlight of your career? Sebastian: I think last year when we played UC Davis. It was a big game for the program. When I came before Josh Johnson had two good shots at him and came close to beating them but we won last year. I had a lot of fun playing in that game. Who is the best player you have faced in your career? Sebastian: The nose guard John Faletoese from UC Davis. Who is the best player on your team? Sebastian: Last year it was John Matthews but this year probably my right tackle Conrad Smith. He played center for us last year. Is there anyone else on your team who has NFL potential? Sebastian: Gabe Derricks was asked to come and meet with NFL scouts where they gave us a wonderlic test. It was Conrad, me, and Derricks. What are your goals for this year? Sebastian: I want to go undefeated and win the league. I just want to do those two things. It would make a highlight for my career. What are your future goals? Sebastian: I would love to play in the NFL but do commercial real estate after that. I met Ken O’Brien who does real estate out here and he was a quarterback for the Jets for a while. PROSPECT UPDATE- August 6th, 2009 Eastern Illinois announced three FBS transfers have joined the football team for 2009 when the team reported for fall camp. Among those is former Iowa starting quarterback JAKE CHRISTENSEN (6010, 205). He passed for 2,269 yards and 17 touchdowns as Iowa finished 6-6 during his sophomore campaign. He started two games as a junior and has not started since. He ended his playing career with Iowa in the Outback Bowl and is a former Army All-American Bowl participant out of Lockport (Ill.) High School. Appalachian State quarterback ARMANTI EDWARDS (5110, 181) had an accident with a lawn mower during the first week of August and was immediately rushed to the hospital where he had several stitches ranging from the top to bottom of his foot. Edwards will miss 2-4 weeks but will play in the opener against East Carolina. Former Houston quarterback BLAKE JOSEPH (6014, 215) has been cleared to play at Sam Houston State and will be eligible to play immediately for the Bearkats. Joseph spent four seasons with Houston and started five games during that stint. Joseph could be among the best quarterbacks in the Southland this season. From an incident earlier in July 2009 Northern Iowa C AUSTIN STEICHEN (6020, 305, 5.40) was arrested on three charges and had the felony dropped on August 6th, making him eligible to play in 2009. The other charges should be dropped at a later date. Steichen earned 1st team All-Missouri Valley honors last year after starting just two games in 2007, playing left guard that season. PRESEASON ALL-BIG SKY TEAMS FIRST TEAM OFFENSE WR Marc Mariani, Montana, Sr. WR Tim Toone, Weber State, Sr. TE Cody Nakamura, Weber State, Sr. OT Levi Horn, Montana, Sr. OT Chris Thomas, Eastern Washington, Sr. OG Jeff Hansen, Montana State, Sr. OG J.C. Oram, Weber State, Soph. C Kyle Mutcher, Weber State, Sr. QB Cameron Higgins, Weber State, Jr. RB Trevyn Smith, Weber State, Sr. RB Chase Reynolds, Montana, Jr. FIRST TEAM DEFENSE DL Kevin Linehan, Weber State, Sr. DL Dane Fletcher, Montana State, Sr. DL Jace Palmer, Montana, Sr. DL Christian Clark, Sacramento State, Jr. LB Erik Pedersen, Portland State, Sr. LB Chase Gazzerro, Montana State, Sr. LB Shawn Lebsock, Montana, Sr. DB Josh Morris, Weber State, Sr. DB Beau Hadley, Weber State, Sr. DB Kevin Retoriani, Montana State, Sr. DB Shann Schillinger, Montana, Sr. FIRST TEAM SPECIALISTS K Michael York, Northern Colorado, Sr. P Jon Vanderwielen, Idaho State, Sr. RS Marc Mariani, Montana, Sr. SECOND TEAM OFFENSE WR Brynsen Brown, Eastern Washington, Sr. WR Mike Phillips, Weber State, Jr. TE Nate Overbay, Eastern Washington, Sr. OT Brice Leahy, Eastern Washington, Sr. OT Chris Dyk, Montana, Sr. OG Moses Punzal, Portland State, Sr. OG Terran Hillseland, Montana, Sr. C Ryan Henry, Idaho State, Sr. QB Matt Nichols, Eastern Washington, Sr. RB Alex Henderson, Northern Arizona, Sr. RB Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington, Soph. SECOND TEAM DEFENSE DL Mike Battisti, Northern Arizona, Sr. DL John Eddy, Northern Colorado, Jr. DL Ryan Eastman, Weber State, Soph. DL Zach Nash, Sacramento State, Soph. LB Ryan Pedersen, Portland State, Jr. LB Zach Johnson, Eastern Washington, Soph. LB Jeff Price, Montana State, Sr. DB Deshawn Shead, Portland State, Soph. DB Trumaine Johnson, Montana, Soph. DB Deionte Gordon, Sacramento State, Soph. DB Matt Johnson, Eastern Washington, Soph. SECOND TEAM SPECIALISTS K Jason Cunningham, Montana State, Soph. P Erik Fisher, Montana State, Sr. RS JD Ponciano, Idaho State, Sr. OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: QB Cameron Higgins, Weber State, Jr. DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: DE Kevin Linehan, Weber State, Sr. 2010 SMALL SCHOOL TOP 20 Rd. Rank Pos Jsy First Name Last Name School Ht Wt 40 Time Pro 1 WR 5 Andre' Roberts Citadel 5107 190 4.43/4.50 3rd- 2 OG 72 Vladimir Ducasse Massachusetts 6050 328 5.30/5.33 4th 3 CB 32 Akwasi Owusu-Ansah Indiana PA 6005 197 4.47/4.48 4th 4 WR 81 Donald Jones Youngstown State 6003 210 4.55/4.57 5th- 5 DE 97 Austen Lane Murray State 6062 259 4.62/4.70 5th- 6 OT 78 Tony Washington Abilene Christian 6061 300 5.23/5.24 6th 7 FB 84 Clayton Harbor Missouri State 6030 240 4.70/4.75 6th- 8 OT 77 Derek Hardman Eastern Kentucky 6054 294 5.20/5.23 6th- 9 WR 80 Pat Simonds Colgate 6053 222 4.57/4.58 6th- 10 WR 85 Kelton Tindal Newberry 6021 189 4.22/4.31 6th- 11 WR 8 Bakari Grant UC Davis 6034 195 4.50/4.55 6th- 12 C 53 Kyle Mutcher Weber State 6026 295 5.15/5.20 6th- 13 OG 53 Dorian Brooks James Madison 6022 288 5.15/5.17 7th 14 WR 1 Chris Carter UC Davis 5114 195 4.50/4.52 7th 15 QB 19 John Skelton Fordham 6051 245 4.90/4.92 7th 16 TE 81 Nate Overbay Eastern Washington 6050 271 4.84/4.86 7th 7th- 17 WR 14 Armanti Edwards Appalachian State 5110 181 4.50/4.55 PFA 7th- 18 DE 54 Danny Batten South Dakota State 6027 250 4.68/4.69 PFA 7th- 19 WR 7 Ricardo Lockette Fort Valley State 6020 205 4.43/4.48 PFA 7th- 20 OT 70 Casey Knips South Dakota State 6080 308 5.20/5.21 PFA WEEK 16/17 PROSPECT REPORT TOP PERFORMANCES No senior prospects stood out the past two weeks. SCOUTS BUZZ NFL teams who believe in a strong running game are taking a big liking to Missouri Western OG ROGER ALLEN (6031, 318) who has a 3rd-4th round grade from some while most have him in the 5th round range. Don’t be surprised if he improves his 40 time and flashes excellent raw power at the NFL Scouting Combine and really moves up the board from the late 7th round to PFA range teams had him coming into the season. Division III All-American Wheaton College CB/RS PETE ITTERSAGEN () saw his season come to an end against Mount Union in a 45-24 defeat but not before putting together an impressive senior year that should be enough to get him in a training camp. He returned one kickoff return and two punt returns for touchdowns this year on top of his stout defensive play that saw him tally 65 tackles, three picks, and 12 breakups. James Madison has two players receiving heavy interest as likely free agent pickups after the draft in QB RODNEY LANDERS (6000, 217) and FS MARCUS HAYWOOD (6001, 188). Landers lacks the top end speed to be drafted but could be a steal as an undrafted free agent as a running back or safety. Haywood is considered the team’s second best prospect at this point after a productive year. Don’t be surprised to see both players make a practice squad or active roster. NFL teams took notice of Northern Iowa DT EVERETTE PEDESCLEAUX (6043, 305) early in the season and has really flown onto the radar after recording 62 tackles, 11.5 TFL, and 6.5 sacks to earn 1st team All-MVC honors and 3rd team All-America by the AP. A big bodied defender who can run and is explosive is something that many NFL teams covet and thus could land him in the late rounds with good postseason workouts. One defensive back who stands out on film but seems to be underrated is UMASS CB COURTNEY ROBINSON (5112, 193) who is actually attracting the most NFL attention of the Minutemen seniors thus far. His size/speed combo (5’11, 193, 4.50) and ability to stop the run have intrigued scouts and thus could see him go in the 7th round if he runs well in the postseason. He earned 1st team All-CAA honors with 35 tackles and 11 breakups while returning 18 kickoffs for 404 yards, averaging 22.4 per return. ALL-STAR GAME NEWS Central Washington QB MIKE REILLY and Tennessee State C CECIL NEWTON have accepted invitations to the East-West Shrine Game. MID-SEASON REPORT FCS MID-SEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAMS FIRST TEAM OFFENSE WR Ramses Barden, Cal Poly, Sr. WR Terrell Hudgins, Elon, Jr. TE Marques Branson, Central Arkansas, Sr. OT Joel Bell, Furman, Sr. OT Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State, Sr. OG Stephen Field, Cal Poly, Sr. OG Aaron Lockwood, Southern Illinois, Sr. C Scott Lemn, James Madison, Sr. QB Cameron Higgins, Weber State, Soph. RB Herb Donaldson, Western Illinois, Sr. RB Rashad Jennings, Liberty, Sr. DEFENSE DL Greg Miller, Villanova, Sr. DL John Faletoese, UC Davis, Sr. DL Greg Peach, Eastern Washington, Sr. DL Jovan Belcher, Maine, Sr. LB Cyrus Mulitalo, Sacramento State, Sr. LB Jason Williams, Western Illinois, Sr. LB Andy Schantz, Portland State, Sr. DB Justin Rogers, Richmond, Soph. DB K.J. Gerard, Northern Arizona, Sr. DB Marcus Haywood, James Madison, Sr. DB Lardarius Webb, Nicholls State, Sr. SPECIAL TEAMS K Taylor Long, Eastern Kentucky, Sr. P Doug Spada, Southeast Missouri State, Jr. KR Kevin Teel, Hampton, Sr. PR Scotty McGee, James Madison, Jr. SECOND TEAM OFFENSE WR Marc Mariani, Montana, Jr. WR Andre Roberts, The Citadel, Jr. TE Scott Sicko, New Hampshire, Jr. OT Nick Hennessey, Colgate, Sr. OT Austin Howard, Northern Iowa, Jr. OG Jonathan Compas, UC Davis, Sr. OG Colin Dow, Montana, Sr. C Raymond Harrison, South Carolina State, Sr. QB Nathan Brown, Central Arkansas, Sr. RB Jordan Scott, Colgate, Sr. RB David McCarty, Albany, Jr. DEFENSE DL Tim Knicky, Stephen F. Austin, Jr. DL James Ruffin, Northern Iowa, Jr. DL Sean Lawyer, Cal Poly, Sr. DL Larry Hurt, Central Arkansas, Jr. LB Endor Cooper, Howard, Sr. LB Bobby Abare, Yale, Sr. LB Nathan Williams, Murray State, Sr. DB Nate Thellen, Northeastern, Soph. DB DJ Senter, Southern Utah, Sr. DB Colt Anderson, Montana, Sr. DB Domonique Johnson, Jackson State, Sr. SPECIAL TEAMS K Andrew Wilcox, Elon, Sr. P Jahmal Blanchard, Hampton, Jr. KR Larry Warner, Southern Illinois, Sr. PR Andre Roberts, The Citadel, Jr. OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE YEAR QB Cameron Higgins, Weber State, Soph. Higgins has burst onto the national scene this year after earning Big Sky Freshman of the Year honors last season to become a potential front runner for the Walter Payton Award. So far he has thrown for 2,121 yards, 23 touchdowns, and thrown just five interceptions on 153 of 226 passing. His 67.7 completion percentage and 175.69 pass efficiency shows how good of a decision maker he is. Higgins also has one rushing touchdown on the year and has earned Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week honors three times. DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR DE Greg Peach, Eastern Washington, Sr. Peach has put together a great start to the season reminiscent to the one that Montana DE Kroy Biermann did last season and put a stamp on this mid-season honor against Biermann’s alma mater with four and a half tackles for loss and four sacks. That game brought his season totals up to 40 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, 11 sacks, a hurry, and pass breakup. As of the mid-season mark not only has Peach been the top playmaker but his numbers help skyrocket his stock for the Buck Buchanan Award from contender to frontrunner. SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR PR Scotty McGee, James Madison, Jr. There has been no player in FCS to make more game changing performance plays this year than McGee and he has made those plays against top competition. He earned his third special teams player of the week honor this past week against Richmond and had previously earned those honors against former #1 App State and Duke, a FBS foe. At the mid-way point he currently has 232 yards and two touchdowns on punt returns and 427 yards and one touchdown on kickoff returns. His most recent touchdown provided the game- winning score on the road against Richmond. McGee has broken JMU’s career kick return touchdown and his 69-yard punt return for a score marked JMU’s 10th-longest punt return in school history and the longest of the CAA this season. With The Sports Network updating their official watch lists this week, we take a stab at who we think should be on the list and list some players having impressive seasons that are worth mentioning. MID-SEASON WALTER PAYTON WATCH WR RAMSES BARDEN, CAL POLY, SR. Stats- 28 catches, 626 yards, 7 TDs, 22.4avg, 156.5 yards per game in 4 games. QB RHETT BOMAR, SAM HOUSTON STATE, SR. Stats- 91 comp, 144 att, 1239 yards, 13 TDs, 4 INT, 63.2%, 159.71 pass eff, 309.8 yards per game, 29 carries, 129 yards, 4.4avg, 3 TDs in 4 games. QB NATHAN BROWN, CENTRAL ARKANSAS, SR. Stats- 131 comp, 184 attempts, 1727 yards, 17 TDs, 1 INT, 71.2%, 179.44 pass eff., 287.8 yards per game, 34 carries, 50 yards, 1.5avg. QB LIAM COEN, UMASS, SR. Stats- 112 comp, 177 att, 1464 yards, 10 TDs, 6 INT, 144.62 pass eff., 63.3%, 244.0 yards per game, 21 carries, 8 yards, 0.4avg, 2 TDs in 6 games. RB HERB DONALDSON, WESTERN ILLINOIS, SR. Stats- 172 carries, 954 yards, 5.5ypg, 14 TDs, 159.0 yards per game, 10 catches, 72 yards, 7.2avg, 1 TD in 6 games. QB ARMANTI EDWARDS, APPALACHIAN STATE, JR. Stats- 75 comp, 128 att, 1094, 11 TDs, 2 INT, 58.6%, 155.6 pass eff., 182.3 yards per game, 82 carries, 388 yards, 4.7avg, 4 TDs in 6 games. QB CAMERON HIGGINS, WEBER STATE, SOPH. Stats- 153 comp, 226 att, 2121 yards, 23 TDs, 5 INT, 175.69 pass eff., 67.7%, 303.0 yards per game, 18 carries, -38 yards, -2.1avg, 1 TD in 7 games. WR TERRELL HUDGINS, ELON, JR. Stats- 55 catches, 764 yards, 5 TDs, 13.9avg, 109.1 yards per game in 7 games. RB RASHAD JENNINGS, LIBERTY, SR. Stats- 128 carries, 725 yards, 5.7avg, 8 TDs, 145.0 yards per game, 12 catches, 76 yards, 6.3avg, 2 TDs in 6 games. QB RODNEY LANDERS, JAMES MADISON, SR. Stats- 52 comp, 83 att, 692 yards, 8 TDs, 3 INT, 157.26 pass eff., 62.7%, 98.9 yards per game, 121 carries, 797 yards, 8 TDs, 6.6avg in 7 games. WR MARC MARIANI, MONTANA, JR. Stats- 32 catches, 694 yards, 21.7avg, 9 TDs, 115.7 yards per game, 10 PR, 77 yards, 7.7avg, 31 long, 15 KR, 342 yards, 22.8avg, 38 long in 6 games. RB DOMINIC RANDOLPH, HOLY CROSS, SR. Stats- 162 comp, 252 att, 1574 yards, 14 TDs, 6 INT, 130.32 pass eff., 64.3%, 30 carries, 28 yards, 0.9avg, 3 TDs in 5 games. QB SCOTT RIDDLE, ELON, SOPH. Stats- 156 comp, 254 att, 1836 yards, 15 TDs, 9 INT, 61.4%, 134.5 pass eff., 262.3 yards per game, 46 carries, -12 yards, -1.3 yards per carry in 7 games. WR ANDRE ROBERTS, THE CITADEL, JR. Stats- 40 catches, 610 yards, 15.2avg, 8 TDs, 15.2avg, 4 carries, 19 yards, 4.8avg, 15 PR, 308 yards, 20.5avg, 2 TDs in 6 games. RB JORDAN SCOTT, COLGATE, SR. Stats- 161 carries, 930 yards, 5.8avg, 11 TDs, 186.0 yards per game, 3 catches, 23 yards, 7.7ypg in 5 games. RB DAVID SINISI, MONMOUTH, JR. Stats- 178 carries, 1101 yards, 6.2avg, 13 TDs, 157.3 yards per game, 9 catches, 77 yards, 8.6avg in 7 games. MID-SEASON BUCK BUCHANAN BATTLE LB BOBBY ABARE, YALE, SR. Stats- 33 TT, 3.5 TFL, 3 INT in 4 games. S COLT ANDERSON, MONTANA, SR. Stats- 46 TT, 1 TFL, 1 PBU in 6 games. DE JOVAN BELCHER, MAINE, SR. Stats- 52 TT, 8 TFL, 4 SCK, 1 PBU, 1 FR, 2 FF in 6 games. DT JOHN FALETOESE, UC DAVIS, SR. Stats- 18 TT, 4.5 TFL, 3.5 SCK, 2 PBU, 1 QBH, 3 BLK KCK in 7 games. CB K.J. GERARD, NORTHERN ARIZONA, SR. Stats- 18 TT, 1 TFL, 4 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FF in 6 games. DE LARRY HART, CENTRAL ARKANSAS, JR. Stats- 21 TT, 14.5 TFL, 9 SCK, 2 PBU, 1 FF in 6 games. S MARCUS HAYWOOD, JAMES MADISON, SR. Stats- 55 TT, 2.5 TFL, 4 INT, 4 PBU, FF in 7 games. DE GREG MILLER, VILLANOVA, SR. Stats- 30 TT, 10.5 TFL, 4.5 SCK, 2 FF in 5 games. LB CYRUS MULITALO, SACRAMENTO STATE, SR. Stats- 47 TT, 4 TFL, 1 SCK, 4 PBU in 6 games. DE GREG PEACH, EASTERN WASHINGTON, SR. Stats- 40 TT, 13 TFL, 11 SCK, 1 PBU, 1 QBH in 6 games. LB ANDY ROMANS, LAFAYETTE, SR. Stats- 54 TT, 3 TFL, 1.5 SCK, 2 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 FR in 5 games. DE JAMES RUFFIN, NORTHERN IOWA, JR. Stats- 36 TT, 9.5 TFL, 7 SCK, 1 PBU, 3 QBH, 2 FF, 1 BLK in 6 games. LB ANDY SCHANTZ, PORTLAND STATE, SR. Stats- 50 TT, 7 TFL, 5 PBU, 1 FR, 1 FF in 6 games. S LARDARIUS WEBB, NICHOLLS STATE, SR. Stats- 14 TT, 1 INT, 3 PR, 45 yards, 15.0avg, 25 long, 6 KR, 246 yards, 41.0avg, 1 TD, 78 long in 3 games. LB JASON WILLIAMS, WESTERN ILLINOIS, SR. Stats- 37 TT, 6.5 TFL, 4 SCK, 4 PBU, 1 QBH, 3 FF in 6 games. LB NATHAN WILLIAMS, MURRAY STATE, SR. Stats- 105 TT, 8 TFL, 3.5 SCK, 1 INT, 2 PBU, 1 QBH, 2 FR, 1 FF in 7 games. OTHERS TO WATCH- PAYTON QB COLE BERGQUIST, MONTANA, SR. Stats- 93 comp, 151 att, 1396 yards, 13 TDs, 4 INT, 61.6%, 162.36 pass eff., 232.7 yards per game, 65 carries, 75 yards, 1.2avg, 2 TDs in 6 games. TE MARQUEZ BRANSON, CENTRAL ARKANSAS, SR. Stats- 20 catches, 429 yards, 21.5avg, 5 TDs, 71.5 yards per game in 6 games. WR JUSTIN BROWN, HAMPTON, SR. Stats- 23 catches, 484 yards, 21.0avg, 6 TDs, 96.8 yards per game in 5 games. QB JONATHAN DALLY, CAL POLY, SR. Stats- 45 comp, 71 att, 854 yards, 8 TDs, 0 INT, 201.6 pass eff., 63.4%, 213.5 yards per game, 51 carries, 217 yards, 4 TDs, 4.3avg in 4 games. RB CHRIS EVANS, SAMFORD, SOPH. Stats- 137 carries, 723 yards, 7 TDs, 5.3avg, 17 catches, 89 yards, 5.2avg in 6 games. RB WILLIAM FORD, SOUTH CAROLINA STATE, JR. Stats- 132 carries, 792 yards, 6.0avg, 8 TDs, 113.1 yards per game, 14 catches, 63 yards, 4.5avg in 7 games. QB DANNY FREUND, NORTH DAKOTA, SR. Stats- 108 comp, 152 att, 1220 yards, 13 TDs, 2 INT, 164.1 pass eff., 71.1%, 244.0 yards per game, 24 carries, -2 yards, -0.1avg, 1 TD in 5 games. QB BRYANT LEE, SOUTHERN, JR. Stats- 127 comp, 198 att, 1532 yards, 13 TDs, 2 INT, 148.8 pass eff., 64.1%, 255.3 yards per game, 86 carries, 306 yards, 3.6avg, 3 TDs in 6 games. RB COREY LEWIS, NORTHERN IOWA, SR. Stats- 102 carries, 511 yards, 5.0avg, 2 TDs, 85.2 yards per game, 9 catches, 85 yards, 9.4avg in 6 games. WR CAMERON LUKE, TEXAS STATE, SR. Stats- 35 catches, 659 yards, 18.8avg, 10 TDs, 109.8 yards per game in 6 games. WR JOHN MATTHEWS, SAN DIEGO, SR. Stats- 44 catches, 742 yards, 16.9avg, 12 TDs, 123.7 yards per game, 1 KR, 22 yards, 22.0avg in 6 games. RB DAVID MCCARTY, ALBANY, JR. Stats- 177 carries, 811 yards, 4.6avg, 4 TDs, 135.2 yards per game, 16 catches, 248 yards, 15.5avg, 3 TDs in 6 games. CB/RS SCOTTY MCGEE, JAMES MADISON, JR. Stats- 18 PR, 232 yards, 12.9avg, 2 TDs, 69 long, 12 KR, 427 yards, 35.6avg, 1 TD, 99 long, 10 TT, 1 INT, 1 PBU in 7 games. RB TONY NELSON, UMASS, JR. Stats- 134 carries, 741 yards, 5.5avg, 6 TDs, 123.5 yards per game, 11 catches, 84 yards, 7.6avg, 1 TD, 14.0 yards per game in 6 games. QB CHRIS PIZZOTTI, HARVARD, SR. Stats- 86 comp, 140 att, 1202 yards, 7 TDs, 2 INT, 147.2 pass eff., 61.4%, 300.5 yards per game, 24 carries, 44 yards, 1.8ypg, 2 TDs in 4 games. QB R.J. TOMAN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, SOPH. Stats- 106 comp, 149 att, 1215 yards, 12 TDs, 6 INT, 158.16 pass eff., 71.1%, 243.0 yards per game, 42 carries, 104 yards, 3 TDs, 2.5avg in 5 games. QB ERIC WARD, RICHMOND, JR. Stats- 110 comp, 166 att, 1422 yards, 9 TDs, 2 INT, 153.70 pass eff., 66.3%, 203.1 yards per game, 62 carries, 127 yards, 2.0avg, 1 TD in 7 games. OTHERS TO WATCH- BUCHANAN DE MARCUS BENARD, JACKSON STATE, SR. Stats- 37 TT, 6.5 TFL, 4 SCK, 3 QBH, 1 FR in 6 games. DE ROBERT BROWN, WAGNER, SR. Stats- 25 TT, 8.5 TFL, 4.5 SCK, 1 PBU, 1 QBH in 6 games. CB EDDIE CALVIN, SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE, JR. Stats- 34 TT, 1 TFL, 4 INT, 6 PBU, 1 FR, 5 KR, 143 yards, 28.6avg, 56 long in 6 games. DE JAMES CLOUD, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS, SR. Stats- 32 TT, 8 TFL, 4 SCK, 1 PBU, 3 QBH, 3 FF in 5 games. DE CAESAR COBB, ALCORN STATE, Soph. Stats- 26 TT, 8.5 TFL, 4.5 SCK, 1 INT, 1 FR in 7 games. LB ENDOR COOPER, HOWARD, SR. Stats- 71 TT, 9.5 TFL, 2.5 SCK, 1 PBU, 1 FR, 2 FF in 5 games. LB MATT COHEN, LEHIGH, JR. Stats- 25 TT, 9.5 TFL, 4 SCK, 1 INT in 5 games. LB BOBBY DALY, MONTANA STATE, SR. Stats- 40 TT, 5 TFL, 2 SCK, 1 PBU, 2 FR in 6 games. LB CHASE GAZZERRO, MONTANA STATE, JR. Stats- 36 TT, 9.5 TFL, 4 SCK, 1 INT in 6 games. CB CORTEZ GILBERT, APPALACHIAN STATE, JR. Stats- 36 TT, 0.5 TFL, 2 INT, 7 PBU, 1 BLK in 6 games. LB SETH GOLDWIRE, WOFFORD, SR. Stats- 44 TT, 2 TFL, 1.5 SCK, 2 INT/returned one for TD, 6 PBU, FR in 5 games. LB RAMON HUMBER, NORTH DAKOTA STATE, SR. Stats- 51 TT, 3.5 TFL, 3 SCK, 1 PBU, 5 QBH, 2 FF in 6 games. LB NICK HURSKY, LIBERTY, SR. Stats- 37 TT, 8 TFL, 1 SCK, 2 QBH, 1 FR in 5 games. S JAVORRIS JACKSON, SAVANNAH STATE, SR. Stats- 59 TT, 3 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FR, 1 BLK in 7 games. CB DOMONIQUE JOHNSON, JACKSON STATE, SR. Stats- 20 TT, 2 INT/returned one for TD, 9 PBU, 1 BLK, 5 KR, 120 yards, 24.0avg, 35 long in 6 games. DE TIM KNICKY, STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, JR. Stats- 38 TT, 12 TFL, 9 SCK, 1 PBU, 4 FF in 6 games. DE SEAN LAWYER, CAL POLY, SR. Stats- 24 TT, 6 TFL, 5 SCK, 4 QBH in 4 games. LB LEE ROBINSON, ALCORN STATE, SR. Stats- 62 TT, 6.5 TFL, 2.5 SCK, 2 INT, 2 PBU, 3 QBH, 2 FF in 7 games. CB JUSTIN ROGERS, RICHMOND, SOPH. Stats- 29 TT, 3.5 TFL, 4 INT/returned 2 for TD, 4 PBU, 1 FR for TD, 1 FF, 1 BLK, 21 KR, 459 yards, 21.9avg, 46 long, 3 PR, 31 yards, 10.3avg, 17 long in 7 games. S DJ SENTER, SOUTHERN UTAH, SR. Stats- 72 TT, 15 TFL, 4 SCK, INT, 4 QBH in 7 games. LB MARCELLUS SPEAKS, JACKSON STATE, SR. Stats- 69 TT, 12 TFL, 1.5 SCK, 1 PBU, 1 QBH, 2 FF in 6 games. S NATE THELLEN, NORTHEASTERN, SOPH. Stats- 37 TT, 5 INT/returned one for TD, 3 PBU in 6 games. DE ADRIAN TRACY, WILLIAM & MARY, JR. Stats- 36 TT, 11 TFL, 5.5 SCK, 1 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 BLK in 5 games. LB TIM TURNER, ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF, SR. Stats- 61 TT, 4.5 TFL, 2 SCK, 1 INT, 1 QBH, 1 FR, 2 FF in 6 games. DE PIERRE WALTERS, EASTERN ILLINOIS, SR. Stats- 23 TT, 6.5 TFL, 3 SCK, 2 QBH, 1 FF in 6 games. LB BRANDON WILLIAMS, FURMAN, SR. Stats- 61 TT, 8 TFL, 2 SCK, 2 PBU, FR, FF in 7 games.
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