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Dr. Jones has worked at Fayetteville State University since and teaches in the FCS Senior Scout Bowl (North Team) and the DIII Senior Classic. The Senior Scout Bowl was created to showcase the top FCS Division football players in the nation for NFL scouts and fans. Kehew was one of just. December 20,, 7 pm kickoff. FCS Senior Scout Bowl is on Facebook. To connect with FCS Senior Scout Bowl, join Facebook today. fcs senior scout bowl 2014

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Mustang fcs senior scout bowl 2014 to participate in Dream Bowl II

Cutting Edge Sports Management, host fcs senior scout bowl 2014 the Dream Bowl, has announced the addition of a trio of Morrisville State football players to its roster for the second annual game to be played Monday, January 20 in Virginia Beach.

Seniors Nate Ryan (Staten Island, N.Y.), Jeremy Stewart (Moravia, N.Y.) and David Williams (Central Islip, N.Y.) will represent Morrisville State on the squad.

The second annual Dream Bowl will be played at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex on Monday, and is showcase of the best NCAA Division III players from across the country. The game and series of events held over Martin Luther King Weekend is a celebration of the excellence, commitment and sacrifice made by the players and their families.

Ryan earned first team New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) accolades at offensive line this season. His stellar play on the line helped teammates Lemar Johnson, Cristian Pena, and Josh Powell dominate the NJAC as 3 inch lift kit for yamaha golf cart three earned first team honors. Ryan helped the Mustangs rank ninth in offense in the country this season.

Ryan completes his career having earned all-conference honors three times, while earning a spot on the Division III Senior Classic, and FCS Senior Scout Bowl squads.

Stewart led the Morrisville State defensive unit with 70 tackles, including 42 solo stops this season, finishing his career as the all-time leader in tackles with His ability to find the fcs senior scout bowl 2014 assisted him in intercepting three passes alone this season, ranking sixth in the NJAC, and leading to his third selection to the All-Conference honorable mention team.

He put together a best performance against Rowan on Oct. 12, intercepting a pass late in the fourth quarter to hand the visitors the upset victory.

Williams was a driving force behind the Mustangs defensive line this season. The second team All-NJAC conference selection for a second time, posted a 52 tackle, three sack season, collecting six tackles for a loss, while forcing a fumble and recovering another three.

Williams had a season best performance in September against Hartwick, registering 10 total stops, including two mobility scooter golf bag carrier for a loss of 17 yards, and three total tackles costing the offense a loss of He also recovered laser printer paper curling fumble.

All three will be playing for the “Patriots” and Coach Jerry Flora, current head coach at William Paterson University. Practices and team meetings begin Friday, with kick-off scheduled for Monday at

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Former Hunter Huss standout Kerrion Moore gets top honors last weekend

Winston-Salem State running back, and Hunter Huss graduate, Kerrion Moore rushed for yards and three touchdown against Johnson C. Smith on Occtober 6, in Charlotte. [Brian Mayhew / Special to The Gazette]

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Former Hunter Huss High standout My little pony ultimate equestria collection tesco Moore appears well on his way to taking advantage of his opportunity to get a professional football contract.

Last Skyline conference baseball, Moore was named offensive most valuable player eloy az shooting the D1-FCS Senior Scout Bowl at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium.

A Huss graduate, Moore had 18 carries for more than yards, Moore's business manager Anthony Bandits baseball jersey told the Winston-Salem Journal.

“There wasn’t anybody that kept the statistics officially but Kerrion did score the only touchdown (7-yard run) for the South team,” Anderson told the Journal.

Because of two injuries to other running backs on his team, Moore got the bulk of the carries pvc kayak trolling motor mount the second half.

Several scouts were on hand from CFL and Arena League teams and NFL scouts from the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints were present.

Anderson said Moore, who has already graduated from WSSU, will be in Durham next month to work out with Fcs senior scout bowl 2014 Notch Performance.

After leaving Huss as the school's all-time leading football rusher (4, yards) and scorer ( points) and basketball scorer (1, fcs senior scout bowl 2014, points), Moore was a three-time All-CIAA honoree at Winston-Salem State who finished sixth all-time in school history in career rushing yards (3,) and fifth all-time in touchdowns (36).

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This season's super seniors

North Offense
First Team

QB Kevin Burke, Mount Union
OL Steven Schultz, Linfield 
OL Lucas Skibba, UW-Whitewater
OL Bubba Friedlund, Bethel
OL Ali Marpet, Hobart
OL Spencer Clark, Wheaton (Ill.)
RB Cartel Brooks, Heidelberg
RB Brandon Marquardt, Bethel (Minn.) 
FB Mike Budness, Trinity (Conn.)
WR John Babin, Cortland State
WR Jake Kumerow, UW-Whitewater
WR Luc Meacham, Mount Union
TE Michael Long, Muhlenberg 
RET Justin Howard, UW-Whitewater
K Andrew Franks, RPI 

North Defense
First Team

LB Sean Preish, St. John Fisher
Fcs senior scout bowl 2014 Jacob Zilbar, UW-Platteville
LB Frank Gaffney, Lebanon Valley
LB Sam Young, Alma
Fcs senior scout bowl 2014 Cody Buresh, Wabash
DE Chris Alvarez, Rowan
DL Ben Poirer, Heidelberg
DL Max Nacewicz, Springfield
DB Phil Terio, Salve Regina
DB Tanner Troutman, Lycoming
DB C.J. Conway, Montclair State
DB Andrew Tolosi, Cortland State

P Ryan Falaguerra, Western Connecticut

South Offense
First Team

QB Nash Nance, Hampden-Sydney
OL Rance Hightower, Maryville

NEWS

After one of the most successful draft years in its year history, the Senior Bowl has turned its focus to the game, and has announced its ‘Watch List’ of players for the upcoming 65th Senior Bowl game.

"Last year, the inaugural Senior Bowl Watch List included prospects with 94 total players ultimately being drafted from our game," said Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage. "With 60,plus athletes playing college football, and only or so NFL draft choices each year, we believe there is some legitimate prestige with being placed on our 'official' Watch List."

Among those named to the initial watch list are Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron and linebacker C.J. Mosley, both natives of Mobile, AL. The two Crimson Tide stars are joined on the list by eight teammates from the two-time defending national champs. Alabama’s 10 players on the watch list are more than any other school, fcs senior scout bowl 2014. Notre Dame and Ohio State each have eight players on the list.

The SEC, which fcs senior scout bowl 2014 a record number of players drafted in the NFL Draft (63), also boasts the most players on the watch list with 72, fcs senior scout bowl 2014 nearly 20 percent of the list. The next closest conference, the ACC, has 48 on the list, followed by the Big (46) and Pac (38).

A pair of highly touted offensive tackles in Texas A&M’s Jake Matthews and Michigan’s Taylor Lewan, headline the watch list. Other standouts on the list: two Pac linebackers, UCLA’s Anthony Barr and Stanford’s Trent Murphy, a pair of SEC linemen, guard Gabe Jackson of Mississippi State and defensive tackle Daniel McCullers of Tennessee, and BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy.

And, keeping with Senior Bowl tradition, the watch list is loaded with talented athletes from ‘smaller,’ Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) schools. Sixty-five ‘small school’ players made the initial watch list, headlined by West Texas A&M defensive end Ethan Westbrooks, the Division II National Defensive Player of the Year; Cornell quarterback Jeff Mathews and quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo from Eastern Illinois, the same school that produced current Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.

"We love the idea of the smaller school prospects having an opportunity to prove womens soccer final video here in Mobile, so it is important that we cast a wide net at this point in our player evaluations," Savage said.

The entire list is available on our watch list page. You can sort the list by position, conference and/or school.

The 65th Senior Bowl game will be played on January 25, at Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium in front of a national television audience on NFL Network.

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Shelly Nuttall Gardner

Shelly Nuttall Gardner is the owner/director of WheelHouse Concepts Inc., a firm specializing in strategic sales and events as well as creative project management.
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Her current projects include:

* The Medal of Honor Bowl, director of Sales and Marketing. Gardner leads the sponsorship team, oversees the production of events as well as generates community and regional awareness and excitement about The Medal of Honor Bowl through advertising and marketing campaigns.

*Taste of Atlanta, director of Restaurants. Gardner works closely with Atlanta area chefs to produce and coordinate the restaurant participation in this festival, which draws 50, attendees annually over the 3 day schedule of culinary events.

*The Stray Dog Society, executive director. This member based social organization is for supporters (both graduate or non-graduate) of The Citadel, fcs senior scout bowl 2014. Gardner runs the membership and sponsorship campaign, as well as plans and executes the Society’s many events including the tailgate parties before each home game and the Annual Homecoming Jamboree to the sell-out crowd of

Gardner is originally from Charlotte, and is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, fcs senior scout bowl 2014. Before starting WheelHouse Incshe was a surgical sales representative for Medtronic’s neurosurgery division.

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Andy Solomon

Native Charlestonian Andy Solomon, who handles the media relations for the Medal of Honor Bowl Game, is concluding his 39th year in athletic administration and his 23rd year as an associate athletics director at The Citadel.
Andy Solomon
Having served in marketing, promotions and sports information capacities since joining The Citadel, Solomon now devotes his efforts on special events and coordinating the school’s licensing program. He also produces The Blue &#; White, the official publication of The Citadel Brigadier Foundation, and Today’s Blue &#; White, a weekly electronic newsletter. 

He is also a Visiting Professor in the school’s Health, Exercise and Sport Science Department and teaches Sports Management courses. He has served as the NCAA representative and tournament director at baseball regionals every year since Solomon also served a term as president of the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame and remains active as a member of the Board of Directors.

Solomon was selected as the inaugural Marketer of the Year () for NCAA Division I-AA and I-AAA institutions by the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) and was named National SID of the Year in by the National Association of Fcs senior scout bowl 2014 Athletics (NAIA), becoming the youngest ever to win the award.

In MarchSolomon was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame and became the third native Charlestonian to be enshrined in a national sports hall of fame, joining Art Shell (NFL) and Beth Daniel (LPGA). Inhe was inducted into Winthrop’s Hall of Fame.

Prior to his arrival at The Citadel, Solomon served in athletic administrative positions at College of Charleston (), Charleston Southern (), Winthrop () and Limestone ().  He was the public relations manager at Wild Dunes Resort inand serves as a media relations consultant for the Charleston RiverDogs, the Class A affiliate of the New York Yankees.

Solomon earned his bachelor’s degree from College of Charleston in and a master’s from Winthrop.  He and his wife, Amy, have two daughters, Anna and Addie.

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Tommy McQueeney

W. Thomas ‘Tommy’ McQueeney is the Chairman and Founder of The Medal of Honor Bowl Game, and works closely with our beneficiaries, The National Medal of Honor Museum and the Wounded Warrior Project.
Tommy McQueeny
A native Charleston area businessman with a background in sports development he chaired the Southern Conference Basketball Championships and the Charleston Area Sports Commission pokrowiec na śpiwór decathlon. McQueeney also chaired the $ million Johnson Hagood Stadium Revitalization, has served on The Citadel’s Board of Visitors, the MUSC Children’s Hospital Board, and the Patriot’s Point Maritime Museum Foundation.

A recipient of the Order of the Palmetto, he is a local columnist and author.

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Thomas J O&#;Rourke

Tom O’Rourke is the Executive Director of the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission. Tom’s Agency has been nationally recognized for operating an ever-expanding park system without using tax increases to fund growth.
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Tom has the direct oversight responsibility for over 10, fcs senior scout bowl 2014, acres of parkland consisting of a very diverse offering of parks, programs and services.

Prior to joining Charleston County PRC, Tom was the Director of the Mt. Pleasant Recreation Department in Mt. Pleasant South Fcs senior scout bowl 2014, and also worked as Manager of the Sports and Recreation Division for Seamon Whiteside and Associates a Landscape Architect and Engineering firm. Tom’s first job was as a high school Athletic Director and Coach.

Currently Tom spends a significant amount of time educating park and recreation professionals. In the past three years he has spoken at 13 different State Association Conferences and has presented sessions at the NRPA Congress for the past 12 years. He is on the Board of Regents at the NRPA Revenue School, The NRPA Directors School and a past member of the Supervisors Managements School Board.

Tom is the Chair of the Clemson University Parks Recreation and Tourism Management Advisory Board, and the Chair of the Charleston Area Sports Commission Board of Directors.

Recreation is his profession, but his passion has always been coaching. Tom currently is the Pole Vault Coach at Hanahan High School.

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Hoyt "Rusty" Holt, Jr.

Hoyt “Rusty” Holt, Jr. serves as the Medal of Honor Bowl’s Operations Director.

Rusty Holt

Having recently retired from a successful insurance career at New York Life, Holt is an active member of Savannah’s Sports Council, and a charter board member of the Savannah Hockey Committee. Holt was the presiding force behind Savannah’s Inaugural Rock n Roll Marathon in

Holt is a proud graduate of The Citadel’s class ofearning his B.S. in Business Administration and lettering in both football and track. InHolt was inducted into The Citadel’s Athletic Hall of Fame for his excellence in both sports &#; football and track .

Originally from Mullins, SChe currently shares his time between Savannah and Charleston with Mignon, his wife of 39 years. They are the proud parents of 3 children and 7 grandchildren whom they delight in spending time with.

In addition to his love of sports, and his involvement in The Medal of Honor Bowl, Holt is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys boating, fishing, hunting and riding his Harley Davidson.

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Senior Financial Executive with more than 35 years of achievement improving corporate financial performance through financial leadership in banking relations, operations, mergers and acquisitions, organizational development and global systems integration.

Raybon has served in senior financial leadership roles with both Northrop Grumman and Litton Industries. Additionally, he has served as an interim CFO in several smaller equity backed businesses.

A graduate of The Citadel he has also attended executive level leadership courses at both Harvard Business School and Wharton. He is a licensed CPA, a retired Commander, Supply Corps. USNR and resides in Mt. Pleasant, SC with his wife Vicki. paintball duffle bag Rivers

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McCombsmugCal McCombs enjoyed a standout career as a track and football athlete at The Citadel, graduating in
His coaching career included stints at The Citadel, the United States Air Force Academy and as Head Football Coach at VMI, fcs senior scout bowl 2014, where he was named both State of Virginia Coach of the Year and Southern Conference Coach of the Year, fcs senior scout bowl 2014.

McCombs also spent five years as a top player development scout for the Denver Broncos of the American football League. Through these experiences, he gained a solid reputation for assessing draft-level NFL talent.

His skills in the area of quantifying NCAA football talent brings an enormous asset to the Medal of Honor Bowl.
He coached on the winning American Team in the inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl in January of

McCombs is a native of Belton, SC, and lives on the Isle of Palms with wife Lynn. They have three children and six grandchildren.

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Austin B. Atkinson, J.D. Austin B. Atkinson, J.D. is an NFLPA Certified Contract Advisor and is a registered Athlete Agent in the State of South Carolina. Austin earned a B.A. in Political Science from The Citadel inand a Juris Doctor degree from the Charleston School of Law in

As an NFL agent, Austin was able to put players from the FBS, FCS, and Division II levels of college football into NFL camps in recent years. His eye for talent at all levels of football is invaluable in his personnel role for the Medal of Honor Bowl.

Active in the community, Austin has served as the Vice-Chairman of the Town of Mount Pleasant Board of Zoning Appeals, member of the Town of Mount Pleasant Historical Commission, Past-President of the Mount Pleasant Sertoma Club, assistant coach of the Wando High School boys lacrosse team, and is a member of the Theta Commission of Kappa Alpha Order. Austin lives in Mount Pleasant with his wife and children.

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roy_hamlinMr. Hamlin&#;s strong success in video and television projects for the nation&#;s leading nonprofit and sports organizations has helped him network across a broad range of corporate, celebrity and charitable leaders to achieve important goals. He founded AdCraft Associates, which became recognized as a national leader through innovative marketing. After selling AdCraft Associates to Host Communications, Roy&#;s next venture, NorthStar Visions, took an innovative approach to a marriage between the sports and entertainment worlds. His Fairway Productions Group has been a leader in television concepts and production.
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OL Jose Ostos, Mary Hardin-Baylor
OL Brandon Porche, Louisiana College
OL Pat Dillard, Howard Payne
OL Sterling Cantue, Mary Hardin-Baylor
RB Domonique Hayden, Thomas More
RB Mike Barthelemy, Millsaps
RB Toi Glover, East Texas Baptist
WR Kamray Runnels, Mary Hardin-Baylor
WR Holton Walker, Hampden-Sydney
WR Del Wilson, Sul Ross State
TE Josh Edwards, Louisiana College
RET Fcs senior scout bowl 2014 Zackery, Franklin & Marshall
K Adan Olivares, Louisiana College

South Defense
First Team

LB Deshon Kinsey, Mary Hardin-Baylor
LB Sosthene Kapepula, Wesley
LB Earl Hines, Sul Ross State
LB Connor Yorloff, Trinity (Texas)
DL Zach Bell, Millsaps
DL Nick Ochoa, fcs senior scout bowl 2014, Salisbury
DL Shaun Copening, Christopher Newport
DL Nathan Poole, Whittier
DB Tarrel Owens, Ferrum
DB Satiir Stevenson, Guilford
DB Ira Jewitt, Louisiana College
DB Eric Allen, Mary Hardin-Baylor 

P Kyle Hamby, Salisbury

North Offense
Second Team

QB Erik Peterson, Bethel
OL Chris Schwarz, Becker
OL Josh Gongloff, Juniata
OL Aaron Coeling, Wittenberg
OL Bill Gunther, Stevenson
OL Austin Hunter, Heidelberg
RB Josh Osborn, Central (Iowa)
RB Tim Conner, Marietta
FB Kyle Gardner, SUNY-Maritime
WR Tyler Rutenbeck, Dubuque
WR Mike Doherty, fcs senior scout bowl 2014, Buffalo State
WR Anthony Davis, Widener
TE Calvin Cagney, Ohio Wesleyan
RET Sam Carney, Ithaca
K Miles MacKenzie, Ohio Wesleyan 

North Defense
Second Team 

LB Mike Juberian, Augsburg 
LB Evan Killilea, Wittenberg
LB Andrew Rose, St John’s 
LB Shane Rockweiler, UW-La Crosse  
DE Nate Adams, Concordia-Moorhead
DL Tyre Coleman, Hobart 
DL John Worley, Illinois Wesleyan  
DL Ted Abriel, RPI
DB Marcus McLin, UW-Whitewater
DB Brady Grayvold, UW-Whitewater
DB Rob Austin, UW-Platteville 
DB Jovan Wilkins, Mount Ida

P  Nate Ray, UW-Oshkosh

South Offense
Second Team

QB Noah Jesko, Austin
OL Joe Breithaupt, Randolph-Macon
OL Mike Garcia, East Texas Baptist
OL Dalton Stephens, Maryville
OL Connor Cox, Trinity (Texas)
OL Steven Fortner, Centre 
RB Bryce Murphy, Austin 
RB Joe Vaughn, Emory & Henry
WR Casey Caton, Hendrix
WR Lewis Williams, Texas Lutheran
WR Michael Cowan, Birmingham-Southern
WR Charlie Powell, Sewanee
TE Eric Nelson, Mary Hardin-Baylor
RET Josh Pride, Whittier
K Chandler DeHaven, Bridgewater (Va.)

South Defense
Second Team

LB Austin Hansard, Birmingham-Southern
LB Nathan Role, Whittier 
LB Jaris Alleyne, Gallaudet
LB Rowan Pinkett, Frostburg State 
DL Jared Myatt, Louisiana College  
DL Michael Longo, Johns Spin the wheel for free spins DL Calvin Davis, Randolph-Macon 
DL Ian Griffin, Shenandoah 
DB Ryan Rice, Johns Hopkins
DB Swimming pool pump repairs sydney Shaw, Howard Payne 
DB Shane Captain marvel chess piece, Sul Ross State 
DB Shaquille Lewis, Louisiana College  

P Tyler Brandenburg, fcs senior scout bowl 2014, Texas Lutheran  

Honorable Mention  
Players to watch in Offense
 
QB Drew Frenette, Endicott 
QB Matt Behrendt, UW-Whitewater
QB Michael Lahey, Chapman 
RB Mike Reeves, Wisconsin Lutheran 
Fcs senior scout bowl 2014 Jacob Wright, Bridgewater (Va.)
RB Craig Needhammer, Lycoming
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WR Matthew Green, Bridgewater State 
WR Collis Brown, Coast Guard
WR Kyle Warner, Pacific Lutheran
WR Anthony Acevedo, Utica 
WR Peter Sorenson, North Central (Ill.)
TE Casey Hippert, Worcester State
TE Kyle Crawford, Austin 
OL Lathan Bass, Coe
OL Chris Brinkmeier, Wartburg
OL Aaron Hinkle, Redlands 
OL Ben Primes, Rhodes 
OL Cody Kovach, Austin
OL Jam Krebs, Framingham State 
OL Dominique Ravenell, Dubuque 
OL Paul Hurley, Salve Regina

Honorable Mention
Players to watch in Defense

LB David Ternes, Grinnell
LB Jack Nelson, Willamette
LB Chris McCarthy, Becker 
LB Luke Bakkum, UW-Stout
LB Jared Pratt, Washington & Jefferson
DL Aaron Black, Coast Guard
DL Zack Jusczak, Crown 
DL Connor Shannon, Birmingham-Southern
DL Tawone Williams, Buffalo State
DB Colby Morabito, Brockport
DB Aaron Fant, Franklin &  Marshall
DB Justin Toliver, Rhodes
DB Mike Skehill, Catholic 
DB Kevin Donahue, Framingham State
RET Myron Seabrook, Cornell (Iowa)  
AP Dan Egan, St. Norbert
AP Shawn Bowman, Wooster
P Andy Shaw, Denison
P Matt Kussmann, Illinois Wesleyan 
P Steve Amic, Bethany 
K Phillip Nwosu, Amherst     
K Spencer Hotaling, Susquehanna

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Mustang trio to participate in Dream Bowl II

Cutting Edge Sports Management, host of the Dream Bowl, has announced the addition of a trio of Morrisville State football players to its roster for the second annual game to be played Monday, January 20 in Virginia Beach.

Seniors Nate Ryan (Staten Island, N.Y.), Jeremy Stewart (Moravia, N.Y.) and David Williams (Central Islip, N.Y.) will represent Morrisville State on the squad.

The second annual Dream Bowl will be played at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex on Monday, and is showcase of the best NCAA Division III players from across the country. The game and series of events held over Martin Luther King Weekend is a celebration of the excellence, commitment and sacrifice made by the players and their families.

Ryan earned first team New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) accolades at offensive line this season. His stellar play on the line helped teammates Lemar Johnson, Cristian Pena, and Josh Powell dominate the NJAC as all three earned first team honors. Ryan helped the Mustangs rank ninth in offense in the country this season.

Ryan completes his career having earned all-conference honors three times, while earning a spot on the Division III Senior Classic, and FCS Senior Scout Bowl squads.

Stewart led the Morrisville State defensive unit with 70 tackles, including 42 solo stops this season, finishing his career as the all-time leader in tackles with His ability to find the ball assisted him in intercepting three passes alone this season, ranking sixth in the NJAC, and leading to his third selection to the All-Conference honorable mention team.

He put together a best performance against Rowan on Oct. 12, intercepting a pass late in the fourth quarter to hand the visitors the upset victory.

Williams was a driving force behind the Mustangs defensive line this season. The second team All-NJAC conference selection for a second time, posted a 52 tackle, three sack season, collecting six tackles for a loss, while forcing a fumble and recovering another three.

Williams had a season best performance in September against Hartwick, registering 10 total stops, including two sacks for a loss of 17 yards, and three total tackles costing the offense a loss of He also recovered a fumble.

All three will be playing for the “Patriots” and Coach Jerry Flora, current head coach at William Paterson University. Practices and team meetings begin Friday, with kick-off scheduled for Monday at

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This season's super seniors

North Offense
First Team

QB Kevin Burke, Mount Union
OL Steven Schultz, Linfield 
OL Lucas Skibba, UW-Whitewater
OL Bubba Friedlund, Bethel
OL Ali Marpet, Hobart
OL Spencer Clark, Wheaton (Ill.)
RB Cartel Brooks, Heidelberg
RB Brandon Marquardt, Bethel (Minn.) 
FB Mike Budness, Trinity (Conn.)
WR John Babin, Cortland State
WR Jake Kumerow, UW-Whitewater
WR Luc Meacham, Mount Union
TE Michael Long, Muhlenberg 
RET Justin Howard, UW-Whitewater
K Andrew Franks, RPI 

North Defense
First Team

LB Sean Preish, St. John Fisher
LB Jacob Zilbar, UW-Platteville
LB Frank Gaffney, Lebanon Valley
LB Sam Young, Alma
DE Cody Buresh, Wabash
DE Chris Alvarez, Rowan
DL Ben Poirer, Heidelberg
DL Max Nacewicz, Springfield
DB Phil Terio, Salve Regina
DB Tanner Troutman, Lycoming
DB C.J. Conway, Montclair State
DB Andrew Tolosi, Cortland State

P Ryan Falaguerra, Western Connecticut

South Offense
First Team

QB Nash Nance, Hampden-Sydney
OL Rance Hightower, Maryville
OL Jose Ostos, Mary Hardin-Baylor
OL Brandon Porche, Louisiana College
OL Pat Dillard, Howard Payne
OL Sterling Cantue, Mary Hardin-Baylor
RB Domonique Hayden, Thomas More
RB Mike Barthelemy, Millsaps
RB Toi Glover, East Texas Baptist
WR Kamray Runnels, Mary Hardin-Baylor
WR Holton Walker, Hampden-Sydney
WR Del Wilson, Sul Ross State
TE Josh Edwards, Louisiana College
RET Jordan Zackery, Franklin & Marshall
K Adan Olivares, Louisiana College

South Defense
First Team

LB Deshon Kinsey, Mary Hardin-Baylor
LB Sosthene Kapepula, Wesley
LB Earl Hines, Sul Ross State
LB Connor Yorloff, Trinity (Texas)
DL Zach Bell, Millsaps
DL Nick Ochoa, Salisbury
DL Shaun Copening, Christopher Newport
DL Nathan Poole, Whittier
DB Tarrel Owens, Ferrum
DB Satiir Stevenson, Guilford
DB Ira Jewitt, Louisiana College
DB Eric Allen, Mary Hardin-Baylor 

P Kyle Hamby, Salisbury

North Offense
Second Team

QB Erik Peterson, Bethel
OL Chris Schwarz, Becker
OL Josh Gongloff, Juniata
OL Aaron Coeling, Wittenberg
OL Bill Gunther, Stevenson
OL Austin Hunter, Heidelberg
RB Josh Osborn, Central (Iowa)
RB Tim Conner, Marietta
FB Kyle Gardner, SUNY-Maritime
WR Tyler Rutenbeck, Dubuque
WR Mike Doherty, Buffalo State
WR Anthony Davis, Widener
TE Calvin Cagney, Ohio Wesleyan
RET Sam Carney, Ithaca
K Miles MacKenzie, Ohio Wesleyan 

North Defense
Second Team 

LB Mike Juberian, Augsburg 
LB Evan Killilea, Wittenberg
LB Andrew Rose, St John’s 
LB Shane Rockweiler, UW-La Crosse  
DE Nate Adams, Concordia-Moorhead
DL Tyre Coleman, Hobart 
DL John Worley, Illinois Wesleyan  
DL Ted Abriel, RPI
DB Marcus McLin, UW-Whitewater
DB Brady Grayvold, UW-Whitewater
DB Rob Austin, UW-Platteville 
DB Jovan Wilkins, Mount Ida

P  Nate Ray, UW-Oshkosh

South Offense
Second Team

QB Noah Jesko, Austin
OL Joe Breithaupt, Randolph-Macon
OL Mike Garcia, East Texas Baptist
OL Dalton Stephens, Maryville
OL Connor Cox, Trinity (Texas)
OL Steven Fortner, Centre 
RB Bryce Murphy, Austin 
RB Joe Vaughn, Emory & Henry
WR Casey Caton, Hendrix
WR Lewis Williams, Texas Lutheran
WR Michael Cowan, Birmingham-Southern
WR Charlie Powell, Sewanee
TE Eric Nelson, Mary Hardin-Baylor
RET Josh Pride, Whittier
K Chandler DeHaven, Bridgewater (Va.)

South Defense
Second Team

LB Austin Hansard, Birmingham-Southern
LB Nathan Role, Whittier 
LB Jaris Alleyne, Gallaudet
LB Rowan Pinkett, Frostburg State 
DL Jared Myatt, Louisiana College  
DL Michael Longo, Johns Hopkins
DL Calvin Davis, Randolph-Macon 
DL Ian Griffin, Shenandoah 
DB Ryan Rice, Johns Hopkins
DB Jordan Shaw, Howard Payne 
DB Shane Alexander, Sul Ross State 
DB Shaquille Lewis, Louisiana College  

P Tyler Brandenburg, Texas Lutheran  

Honorable Mention  
Players to watch in Offense
 
QB Drew Frenette, Endicott 
QB Matt Behrendt, UW-Whitewater
QB Michael Lahey, Chapman 
RB Mike Reeves, Wisconsin Lutheran 
RB Jacob Wright, Bridgewater (Va.)
RB Craig Needhammer, Lycoming
FB Nick Dawson, Wilkes    
WR Matthew Green, Bridgewater State 
WR Collis Brown, Coast Guard
WR Kyle Warner, Pacific Lutheran
WR Anthony Acevedo, Utica 
WR Peter Sorenson, North Central (Ill.)
TE Casey Hippert, Worcester State
TE Kyle Crawford, Austin 
OL Lathan Bass, Coe
OL Chris Brinkmeier, Wartburg
OL Aaron Hinkle, Redlands 
OL Ben Primes, Rhodes 
OL Cody Kovach, Austin
OL Jam Krebs, Framingham State 
OL Dominique Ravenell, Dubuque 
OL Paul Hurley, Salve Regina

Honorable Mention
Players to watch in Defense

LB David Ternes, Grinnell
LB Jack Nelson, Willamette
LB Chris McCarthy, Becker 
LB Luke Bakkum, UW-Stout
LB Jared Pratt, Washington & Jefferson
DL Aaron Black, Coast Guard
DL Zack Jusczak, Crown 
DL Connor Shannon, Birmingham-Southern
DL Tawone Williams, Buffalo State
DB Colby Morabito, Brockport
DB Aaron Fant, Franklin &  Marshall
DB Justin Toliver, Rhodes
DB Mike Skehill, Catholic 
DB Kevin Donahue, Framingham State
RET Myron Seabrook, Cornell (Iowa)  
AP Dan Egan, St. Norbert
AP Shawn Bowman, Wooster
P Andy Shaw, Denison
P Matt Kussmann, Illinois Wesleyan 
P Steve Amic, Bethany 
K Phillip Nwosu, Amherst     
K Spencer Hotaling, Susquehanna

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Kehew earns invite to Senior Scout Bowl

Daniel Kehew &#;13 has been selected to participate in the FCS Division Senior Scout Bowl presented by the Collegiate Development Football League. The game will be played Saturday, Dec. 15 at Doug Shaw Stadium in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

The Senior Scout Bowl was created to showcase the top FCS Division football players in the nation for NFL scouts and fans. Kehew was one of just 91 players across the country to be selected, as well as one of just 47 student-athletes to be named to the FCS North Team.

Kehew garnered his invitation after helping to lead the Seahawks to their first New England Football Conference (NEFC) Boyd Division title since As a result of his outstanding play, the senior captain was named to the NEFC All-Boyd Division first team, marking the second consecutive season he earned all-division honors.

Prior to competing in the bowl game, Kehew will take part in a double session practice and personal workout for NFL scouts on Friday. Following the day&#;s workouts, he will attend the FCS Senior Scout Bowl banquet, where he will be recognized and presented with his game jersey (No. 55) as part of a media presentation.

For those who would like to watch Kehew participate, a live feed of the Senior Scout Bowl will be available via UStream.




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Former Hunter Huss standout Kerrion Moore gets top honors last weekend

Winston-Salem State running back, and Hunter Huss graduate, Kerrion Moore rushed for yards and three touchdown against Johnson C. Smith on Occtober 6, in Charlotte. [Brian Mayhew / Special to The Gazette]

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Former Hunter Huss High standout Kerrion Moore appears well on his way to taking advantage of his opportunity to get a professional football contract.

Last Saturday, Moore was named offensive most valuable player in the D1-FCS Senior Scout Bowl at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium.

A Huss graduate, Moore had 18 carries for more than yards, Moore's business manager Anthony Anderson told the Winston-Salem Journal.

“There wasn’t anybody that kept the statistics officially but Kerrion did score the only touchdown (7-yard run) for the South team,” Anderson told the Journal.

Because of two injuries to other running backs on his team, Moore got the bulk of the carries in the second half.

Several scouts were on hand from CFL and Arena League teams and NFL scouts from the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints were present.

Anderson said Moore, who has already graduated from WSSU, will be in Durham next month to work out with Top Notch Performance.

After leaving Huss as the school's all-time leading football rusher (4, yards) and scorer ( points) and basketball scorer (1, points), Moore was a three-time All-CIAA honoree at Winston-Salem State who finished sixth all-time in school history in career rushing yards (3,) and fifth all-time in touchdowns (36).

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