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2011 NJCAA FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE TABLE OF CONTENTS 2011 NJCAA Football Introduction and Information

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2011 Season Preview (6-29) 2011 NJCAA Preseason Top 25

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Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Preview

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Midwest Football Conference - East Division Preview

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Midwest Football Conference - West Division Preview

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Minnesota College Athletic Conference - North Division Preview

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Minnesota College Athletic Conference - South Division Preview

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Mississippi Association of Junior & Community Colleges - North Division Preview

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Mississippi Association of Junior & Community Colleges - South Division Preview

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Northeast Football Conference Preview

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Southwest Junior College Football Conference Preview

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Western States Football League Preview

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NJCAA Independents Preview

29 2011 Team Schedules (30-42) A Look Back at 2010 (43-68)

2010 Final NJCAA Football Poll

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2010 NJCAA Football Polls

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2010 Final Conference Standings

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2010 NJCAA Bowl Results

48-56

2010 Players of the Year

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2010 NJCAA Coach of the Year

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2010 NJCAA All-Americans

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Where to Watch 2010 All-Americans in 2011

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2010 NJCAA Football Statistics

62-68 From the NJCAA to the NFL (69-75)

NJCAA Football History and Records (76-133) Past NJCAA Football National Champions

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NJCAA Historical Records

78-79

NJCAA Year-by-Year Stat Leaders

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans

94-115

NJCAA Football Active and All-Time Coaching Records

116-117

Top NJCAA Football Programs of the 1980’s, 1990’s & 2000’s

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NJCAA Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame

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All-Time NJCAA Bowl Results

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2011 NJCAA FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE The 2011 NJCAA Football Guide has been prepared by NJCAA Media Relations Director and Assistant Executive Director Mark Krug and is produced for participating member colleges and their respective media outlets. Special thanks to NJCAA Student Assistant Gage Axford for his contributions to the guide. Helmet images throughout the guide are courtesy of “The Helmet Project� at http://www.nationalchamps.net/Helmet_Project. For inquiries on all things NJCAA Football please contact Mark Krug of the NJCAA at (719) 590-9788 or email at mkrug@njcaa.org. Photo Credits: Fort Scott CC, Navarro College, Blinn College, Randy Smith.

NJCAA FOOTBALL PANEL DIRECTORS District 1 (Northeast Football Conference) John Jackson Dean College Franklin, Mass.

Mike Pelliccia Nassau Community College Garden City, N.Y. Michael.pelliccia@ncc.edu

District 2 (Miss. Assn. of Jr. & Comm. Colleges) Jim Southward Mississippi State Board of Community & Junior College Association Jackson, Miss.

Bob Larson Garden City Community College Garden City, Kan. robert.larson@gcccks.edu

Jim Southward Mississippi State Board of Comm. and Junior College Assn. Jackson, Miss. southward@sbcjc.cc.ms.us

District 3 (Midwest Football Conference) Thom McDonald Iowa Community College Athletic Conf. Ames, Iowa

Thom McDonald Iowa CC Athletic Conference Ames, Iowa iccac@iccac.org

*Mike Beagle Highland Community College Highland, Kan. mbeagle@highlandcc.edu

Wally Reynolds McHenry County College Crystal Lake, Ill. wrenold@mchenry.edu

The NJCAA Football Committee is responsible for setting policies and procedures for the sport subject to approval by the Board of Directors of the NJCAA. The committee is made up of NJCAA Region Directors and Asst. Region Directors along with the *NJCAA Football Coaches Assn. President.

District 4 (Minnesota College Athletic Conf.) Buster Gilliss Bismarck State College Bismarck, N.D.

2011 NJCAA F OOTBALL C OMMITTEE Roark Montgomery (Chair) Navarro College Corsicana, Texas (903) 875-7487 roark.montgomery@navarrocollege.edu

NJCAA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION The NJCAA Football Coaches Association is an organization of football coaches from NJCAA member institutions. The membership consists of all dues paying coaches. Annual dues to this organization are $70. The group meets annually, conducting their business in conjunction with the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA).

President Mike Beagle Highland Community College, Kan. Vice President Steve Campbell Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Secretary Tom Minnick Arizona Western College Treasurer TBA

District 5 (Kansas Jayhawk Comm. College Conf.) Randy Stange Hutchinson Community College Hutchinson, Kan. District 6 (Southwest JC Football Conference) Roark Montgomery Navarro College Corsicana, Texas District 7 (Western States Football League) Greg Silcox Paradise Valley Community College Phoenix, Ariz. Panel Directors are NJCAA Region Directors within the area of the seven football conferences. The seven Panel Directors are responsible for selection of the top football teams for ranking and the weekly poll will be compiled from their votes.

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NJCAA FOOTBALL AT NJCAA FOOTBALL BY THE NUMBERS 69: NJCAA Football Programs 7: Football Conferences 6: Independent Football Programs 9: NJCAA Bowl Games

NJCAA FOOTBALL CONFERENCES Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference www.kjccc.org Midwest Football Conference www.iccac.org Minnesota College Athletic Conference www.mcac-sports.com Northeast Football Conference www.northeastfootball.com Mississippi Assn. of Community & Jr. Colleges http://jucoweekly.org (unofficial website) Southwest JC Football Conference www.region14athletics.com

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NJCAA TOP 20 POLL The weekly NJCAA Top 20 Football Poll will rank the top teams in the nation and will be released each Tuesday during the regular season beginning Sept. 6th. Poll Information The NJCAA Football Poll ranks the top 20 team in the NJCAA each week. NJCAA Football Panel Directors (see previous page for names) select their top 20 teams each week, which are then formulated into the weekly rankings. Panel Directors are not allowed to vote a team No. 1 from their own district until they have played at least five contests. After five contests, a Panel Director may only vote a team from their district No. 1 if they are undefeated. A Panel Director may vote a team from their district No. 2 at any time during the season. The weekly poll will be released nationally on the NJCAA website (www.njcaa.org) and sent to various media outlets on each poll day at approximately 1 p.m. (Mountain Time). This year’s poll dates are as follows: Sept. 6, Sept. 13, Sept. 20, Sept. 27, Oct. 4, Oct. 11, Oct. 18, Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 8, Nov. 14 (Monday - Final Regular Season Poll). The Championship Poll and the release of All-Americans will be done following the week following the completion of all postseason bowl games.

Western States Football League www.pc.maricopa.edu/athletics/ACCAC/football/

NJCAA ONLINE SCOREBOARD Scores of all NJCAA Football Games will be updated on the football scoreboard during the season at www.njcaa.org.

2011 NJCAA FOOTBALL BOWL GAME SCHEDULE THE GRAPHIC EDGE BOWL (2 Games) - NOVEMBER 20, 2011 Game Location: UNI Dome; Cedar Falls, Iowa VALLEY OF THE SUN BOWL - DECEMBER 3, 2011 Game Location: Phoenix, Ariz. (Top Phoenix area team hosts) C.H.A.M.P.S. HEART OF TEXAS BOWL - DECEMBER 3, 2011 Game Location: Bulldawg Stadium; Copperas Cove, Texas TOP OF THE MOUNTAINS BOWL - DECEMBER 3, 2011 Game Location: Rio-Tinto Stadium; Salt Lake City, Utah SALT CITY BOWL - DECEMBER 3, 2011 Game Location: Gowans Stadium, Hutchinson, Kan. EL TORRO BOWL - DECEMBER 3, 2011 Game Location: Veterans Stadium, Yuma, Ariz. MISSISSIPPI BOWL - DECEMBER 4, 2011 Game Location: Biloxi High School Stadium, Biloxi, Miss. CITIZEN’S BANK BOWL - DECEMBER 4, 2011 Game Location: Pittsburg State University Carnie Smith Stadium, Pittsburg, Kan.

Select NJCAA Bowl Games will be video streamed live on NJCAA TV (www.njcaatv.ihigh.com)

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2011 NJCAA FOOTBALL PRESEASON TOP 25 Other Notable Preseason Rankings Listed Below

Rank College, State

2010 Record

2010 Recap

Returning Starters

1.

Navarro College, Texas

11-1

Won ‘10 National Title with 13-12 win over Butler. Navarro has now claimed two National Championships in school history.

3 off. / 3 def.

2.

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

10-2

After losing the MACJC South, Miss Gulf Coast won the MACJC title game & defeated #3 Grand Rapids 62-53 in the Miss Bowl.

3 off. / 3 def.

11-1

Won KJCCC for 11th time in the last 13 years and played in the National Title for the 3rd time in 4 years. Lost to Navarro 13-12.

3 off. / 1 def.

Defeated WSFL champion Arizona Western 31-27 in Heart of Texas Bowl after losing to Trinity Valley in SWJCFC Semi-Finals.

NA off. / NA def.

3.

Butler Community College, Kan.

4.

Blinn College, Texas

8-3

5.

Arizona Western College

10-2

Won WSFL for 2nd straight year and were led by the nation’s offensive player of the year Reggie Bullock.

5 off. / 6 def.

Hutchinson looks to build off their back-to-back bowl victories and last year’s10-win season. They return 18 players and 11 starters. New coach Tyler Hughes hopes to make a solid impression in his first season as HC in the WSFL. Hughes inherits a Snow team that defeated #6 Iowa Western in the Top of the Mountains Bowl.

4 off. / 10 def.

6.

Hutchinson Community College, Kan.

10-2

7.

Snow College, Utah

10-2

8.

Pearl River Community College, Miss.

6-3

9.

Northwest Mississippi Community College

9-1

10.

Georgia Military College

6-3

11.

Nassau Community College, N.Y.

11-0

12.

Iowa Western Community College

9-2

13.

Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

10-2

14.

Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

6-5

15.

Coffeyville Community College, Kan.

6-5

16.

East Mississippi Community College

5-5

17.

Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

8-3

3 off. / 3 def.

With 12 starters returning, Pearl River hopes to get back into the MAJCC Playoffs after missing them the last 2 seasons. Won MACJC North for 3rd time in 8 years. In his 3 years as HC, Ricky Woods has yet to lead the Rangers to less than 3rd in the division. Northwest returns15 players this season. Ga. Military returns 27 players, including 7 offensive starters, and will rely heavily on them to get through their tough schedule this season - they play 4 of last season’s top 11 finishing teams.

2 off. / 5 def.

In one of their best seasons in school history, Nassau was the only NJCAA team to go undefeated last season.

5 off. / 6 def.

After an undefeated regular season, Iowa Western lost in their first ever bowl appearance against Snow College 48-36. They return 28 players for this fall. GRCC won the MFC East for their 2nd time in a row and went to the Mississippi Bowl were they were upset by Miss. Gulf Coast 6253. They bring back 23 players and 11 starters this year. With 18 starters and 27 players returning, The Cardinals hope to build off their 3rd place SWJCFC finish last season. With only 2 starters returning, Coffeyville needs their first year athletes to step up this year. However, previous HC Skip Foster, returns as an OC to give the program that extra jolt. After losing some top players, EMCC went from a 11-1 season in 2009 to 5-5 in 2010. Now with several new coaching hires and 12 returning starters, the team hopes to get back to its winning ways. Despite their bowl loss to Lackawanna last season, expectations are high. The reigning MFC West champs return 14 starters and two All-Americans.

8 off. / 4 def.

7 off. / 4 def.

6 off. / 4 def. 6 off. / 5 def. 9 off. / 9 def. 2 off. / 0 def. 8 off. / 4 def. 6 off. / 8 def.

18.

Eastern Arizona College

8-4

EAC has won 7 or more games for the last 4 years. For the second year in a row, they led the nation in team rushing (323 yds/game).

19.

Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss.

9-2

After winning the MACJC South, CLCC lost to Miss. Gulf Coast in the MACJC Championship. They return eight starters this year.

3 off. / 5 def.

9-2

Lackawanna finished second in the NFC and defeated Ellsworth CC in the Feature Game of the Graphic Edge Bowl.

4 off. / 6 def.

After going undefeated in the regular season and winning the MCAC South, Central Lakes lost the MCAC Championship and the Valley of the Sun Bowl. They return seven starters.

4 off. / 3 def.

20.

Lackawanna College, Pa.

21.

Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn.

10-2

22.

Cisco Junior College, Texas

5-4

23.

Independence Community College, Kan.

4-6

24.

Iowa Central Community College

7-3

25.

Dean College, Mass.

6-4

Sporting News Junior College Pre -Season Top 25 1. Mt. San Antonio, Calif. 2. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC 3. Butler CC, Kan. 4. City College of San Fran., Calif. 5. Navarro College, Texas 6. Butte, Calif. 7. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. 8. Ellsworth CC, Iowa 9. Arizona Western College 10. Hutchinson CC, Kan. 11. Riverside, Calif. 12. Pearl River CC, Miss. 13. Fullerton, Calif.

14. Foothill, Calif. 15. Blinn College, Texas 16. El Camino, Calif. 17. Bakersfield, Calif. 18. San Mateo, Calif. 19. Lackawanna College, Pa. 20. Grossmont, Calif. Other NJCAA notables: 22. Georgia Military, 25. Nassau CC, N.Y. **Calif. Schools are not NJCAA members

Cisco finished 5th in the SWJCFC. They return 11 starters, and four First-Team All-SWJCFC players. In his second year as HC, Steve Carson looks to improve from the Pirates’ 4-6 record. They return 14 players and eight starters from a team that finished in 3rd place in the KJCCC last year. Iowa Central won their fifth straight bowl game, defeating #14 Rochester 32-7. They have been to 12 bowl games in the past 14 seasons. For the first time in 4 years, Dean did not win the NFC. With 14 returning starters they hope to get back to being at the top of the conference. JC Gridron Preseason Dirty 30 1. CC of San Francisco, Calif. 2. Blinn College, Texas 3. Mt. San Antonio, Calif. 4. NW Mississippi CC 5. Miss Gulf Coast CC 6. Butler CC, Kan. 7. Butte CC, Calif. 8. Hutchinson CC, Kan. 9. Arizona Western College 10. Saddlebrook CC, Calif. 11. Navarro College, Texas 12. Riverside CC, Calif. 13. Ventura CC, Calif. 14. East Mississippi CC

6 off. / 5 def.

7 off. / 4 def. 6 off. / 2 def. 4 off. / 5 def. 6 off. / 8 def.

15. Iowa Western CC 16. College of San Mateo, Calif. 17. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. 18. Bakersfield CC, Calif. 19. Fullerton CC, Calif. 20. Ellsworth CC, Iowa Other NJCAA notables: 22. Pearl River CC, Miss.; 23. Fort Scott CC, Kan.; 25. Eastern Arizona; 28. Georgia Military **Calif. Schools are not NJCAA members

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2011 NJCAA FOOTBALL PREVIEW Navarro College Ready to Defend Title; Miss. Gulf Coast & Butler Poised Again COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Navarro College (Texas) starts the 2011 NJCAA Football season at No. 1 in the NJCAA Preseason Top 25, released on August 2, 2011. Despite having one of the most difficult schedules, Navarro is expected to make a strong push toward its second consecutive national title. The Bulldogs come into 2011 with a proven coaching staff and a talented young group of players. Navarro is followed in the preseason rankings by Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Butler Community College (Kan.), Blinn College, (Texas), and Arizona Western College. Quarterback Adrian Nelson is one of 17 returning players (10 offense / 7 defense) for the Bulldogs. Last season, after Navarro lost starting quarterback Desmond Green to injury, Nelson successfully managed the Bulldog offense for the last two games of the season, including a 13-12 win over Butler in the NJCAA Football Championship Game at the Citizen’s Bank Bowl. Defensively, interior lineman Joey Searcy and cornerback Jeremy McKnight headline the Bulldog defense, which finished in the top 15 in nearly every statistical category a year ago. Searcy recorded 29 tackles, five tackles for losses, three sacks, and one fumble recovery, while McKnight gathered up 14 tackles, two interceptions and returned one of his picks for a touchdown. Head coach Nick Bobeck will be leading the Bulldogs for his fourth season. He has led Navarro to a combined record of 32-3 (.914) and has yet to lose a conference regular season game. Since 2008, Navarro has been ranked No. 1 in the nation for a combined eight weeks, has won two bowl games and has never finished a season with a national ranking lower than fourth. Navarro will begin their quest for back-to-back national titles on August 25th, when they host No. 3 Butler in a rematch of the 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game. Navarro beat Butler via a last minute field goal from the leg of Juve Sanchez to win the program’s first national championship since 1989. The two teams also faced each other to open the 2010 season with Butler pulling out a 16-10 victory. Hutchinson Community College (Kan.), Snow College (Utah), Pearl River Community College (Miss.), Northwest Mississippi Community College, and Georgia Military College complete the Top 10 of the preseason rankings. 2011 NJCAA Football Season Begins Aug. 25-27 The 2011 NJCAA football season begins August 25-27 and is highlighted by two games in the annual challenge series between the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and the Southwest Junior College Football Conference. The series will begin with a bang when No. 3 Butler (Kan.) travels up to Corsicana (Texas) on the 25th for a rematch with No. 1 Navarro (Texas). Navarro defeated Butler 13-12 in the NJCAA National Championship in 2010. Next, No. 23 Independence (Kan.) will host No. 14 Trinity Valley (Texas) on the 27th. 11 All-Americans from 2010 return to NJCAA in 2011 The 2011 season will bring back 11 NJCAA All-Americans, with nine being offensive players. Ellsworth returns the most All-Americans this year, with First-Team wide receiver Dexter Holmes and Honorable Mention quarterback Willie Tindal. Holmes grabbed 65 receptions for 972 yards and 12 touchdowns last season, while Tindal threw for 2,929 yards and 23 touchdowns while running for another 762 yards for 10 touchdowns. Along with Holmes, quarterback Melvin German of Pearl River (Miss.) and wide receiver Javon Bell of Mississippi Gulf Coast are the only First-Team AllAmericans from 2010 set to return. German threw for 2,728 yards and 16 touchdowns, while Bell snagged 46 receptions for 1,313 yards and 17 touchdowns. Meanwhile, Honorable Mention linebacker Chris Ficklin of East Central Community College (Miss.) is one of two defensive All-Americans set to return this year. He totaled 126 tackles, 10 Tackles for losses, five-and-a-half sacks, and forced and recovered two fumbles last season with the Warriors. Honorable Mention punter Colter Johnson of Alfred State College (N.Y.) is the other defensive representative to return from last season’s All-American squad.

Navarro and Blinn will open the season in a rematch of the 2010 NJCAA Championship Game on August 25th in Corsicana, Texas. Photo courtesy of Fort Scott Community College.

El Toro Bowl Makes Return to NJCAA Football After being retired for 37 years, a partnership between Arizona Western College, the Matador Athletic Association and the Caballeros de Yuma will bring back one of the classic NJCAA bowl games from years past - El Toro Bowl. Arizona Western College will host the event and this year’s game is slated for December 3rd. The last El Toro Bowl took place in 1973 and decided the NJCAA Football Championship between Mesa Community College (Ariz.) and Iowa Central Community College. Mesa won 10-6, which gave the Thunderbirds their first national title in school history. The bowl game ran from 1968 to 73. 11 Teams Enter 2011 with New Head Coaches Several NJCAA Football programs are under new leadership for this season. A total of 11 NJCAA football programs will be directed by new head coaches. Greg Croshaw - Mesa Community College, Ariz.; Ronny Feldman - Blinn College, Texas; Derrick Hintz - Rochester Community & Tech. College, Minn.; Curtis Horton - Fort Scott Community College, Kan.; Tyler Hughes - Snow College, Utah; Merle Johnson - Northland Community & Technical College, Minn.; Jeff Koonz - Holmes Community College, Miss.; Josh Lynn - New Mexico Military Institute; Mike Muehling - Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y.; Jeff Tatum - Garden City Community College, Kan.; Dale Patterson - Northeastern Oklahoma A&M* *Patterson returns to NEO. He previously coached NEO to a 60-26 record, including SWJCFC championships in 1998, 2002 and 2003. He was inducted into the NJCAA Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2005.

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KANSAS JAHAWK COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONFERENCE The KJCCC officially had its first season of championship football in 1923, making it the oldest NJCAA football conference still operating. The conference has won 10 football national titles, including the 2008 championship won by Butler. Two new coaches head up the programs at Fort Scott and Garden City in 2011. The KJCCC concludes its season with the top four teams advancing to a playoff for the Region 6 title. The conference is affiliated with the Salt City Bowl and the Citizen’s Bank Bowl.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

Butler Community College Coffeyville Community College Dodge City Community College Fort Scott Community College Garden City Community College Highland Community College Hutchinson Community College Independence Community College

El Dorado, Kan. Coffeyville, Kan. Dodge City, Kan. Fort Scott, Kan. Garden City, Kan. Highland, Kan. Hutchinson, Kan. Independence, Kan.

Grizzlies Red Ravens Conquistadors Greyhounds Broncbusters Scotties Blue Dragons Pirates

Troy Morrell (11 yrs. 115-15 / 11 yrs. 115-15) Darian Dulin (3 yrs. 16-15 / 3 yrs. 16-15) Bob Majeski (3 yrs.. 3-24 / 3 yrs. 3-24) Curtis Horton (Entering 1st Season) Jeff Tatum (Entering 1st Season) Mike Beagle (11 yrs. 38-69 / 4 yrs. 5-31) Rion Rhodes (6 yrs. 33-22 / 4 yrs. 26-17) Steve Carson (1 yr. 4-6 / 1 yr. 4-6)

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past KJCCC Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

2002 - Butler* 2003 - Butler* 2004 - Butler* 2005 - Butler 2006 - Butler* 2007 - Butler* 2008 - Butler* 2009 - Fort Scott* 2010 - Butler*

1956 - Coffeyville 1970 - Fort Scott 1981 - Butler 1983 - Coffeyville 1990 - Coffeyville 1998 - Butler 1999 - Butler 2003 - Butler *2007 - Butler 2008 - Butler

School Conf. Overall Butler 7-0 11-1 Hutchinson 6-1 10-2 Independence 4-3 4-6 Coffeyville 4-3 6-5 Fort Scott 3-4 3-6 Highland 2-5 2-7 Garden City 2-5 3-6 Dodge City 0-7 0-9 Region 6 Semifinals Butler 31, Coffeyville 5 Hutchinson 24, Independence 17 Region 6 Championship Butler 48, Hutchinson 0

Butler Hutchinson Coffeyville Independence Fort Scott Garden City Highland Dodge City

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES:

*Also won Region 6 Playoff Title

*Co-National Champions

November 6, 2011 - KJCCC/Region 6 Semifinals November 13, 2011 - KJCCC/Region 6 Championship December 3, 2011 - Salt City Bowl; Hutchinson, Kan. December 4, 2011 - Citizen’s Bank Bowl; Pittsburgh, Kan.

Butler

Coffeyville

Fort Scott

Dodge City

Garden City

Highland

2010 KJCCC 1st Team Honors Offense *Zach Mettenberger, QB, Butler Stephen Houston, RB, Independence James Baker, RB, Independence Marcus Kennard, WR, Butler Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Hutchinson Quinton Patton, WR, Coffeyville Connor Combes, TE, Butler Ryan Schraeder, OL, Butler Spencer Hilley, OL, Butler Lamar Mady, OL, Butler Nick Chartain, OL, Independence Ben Fulghum, OL, Butler Cordarrelle Patterson, RS, Hutchinson Jeremy Linn, K, Hutchinson Defense Sylvester Williams, DL, Coffeyville Dennell Wesley, DL, Butler *Cornellius Carradine, DE, Butler Meshak Williams, DE, Hutchinson Mark Spaight, LB, Garden City Mike Jeune, LB, Independence Talris Brown, LB, Coffeyville Victor Daniels, CB, Butler Dorrain Roberts, CB, Hutchinson Angelo Hadley, CB, Butler Darren Myles, CB, Hutchinson Chase Tenpenny, P, Fort Scott *Conference MVPs

Hutchinson

Independence

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KANSAS JAHAWK COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONFERENCE

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Butler Community College - Returning Starters: 3 Off. / 1 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 7 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Ben Axon

RB

6’2”

205

12

Hon. Mention All-KJCCC; 957 yards, 9 TD

Tyler Dunham

WR

6’2”

192

10

2 rec., 21 yards

Nate Haremza

OL

6’4”

315

12

Hon. Mention All-KJCCC

Dyllon Knox

DB

5’9”

176

12

16 tackles, 2 INT, 3 BU, 5 PD, 1 QBH

Zach Miller

DB

5’9”

177

12

Hon. Mention All-KJCCC, 45 tackles, 5 INT, 13 BU, 18 PD

Coffeyville Community College - Returning Starters: 2 Off. / 0 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 6 Off. / 3 Def. Grail Brewster

RB

6’0”

210

11

244 yards, 3 TD

British Footman

RB/WR

6’1”

185

9*

(Transfer) 3 TDs as RS in 2009 for East Miss. CC

Zach Wamego

OL

6’6”

310

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Dodge City Community College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 3 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 7 Def. Cameron Hall

WR

5’8”

170

9

Honorable Mention KJCCC, 39 rec, 689 rec yards, 3 TD's

Bryan Parnes

QB

6’1”

180

9

819 pass yards, 3 TD

CJ Overton

DB

5’11”

215

9

Honorable Mention KJCCC, 66 Tackles, 8 TFL

Bradley Halblieb

LB

6’1”

215

9

81 Tackles, 2 INT

Ft. Scott Community College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. NONE SUBMITTED Garden City Community College - Returning Starters: 3 Off. / 1 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 6 Off. / 4 Def. Clem Fellhoelter

OL

6’2”

275

8

Devon Davis

TE

6’1”

210

9

Terry Perkins

CB

5’10”

180

9

2nd Team All-KJCCC; 30 tackles, 3 TFL

Chaz Nelson

DE

6’3”

235

9

Hon. Mention All-KJCCC; 91 tackles, 9 TFL, 6.5 sacks

Highland Community College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 7 Def. Troy Wehiking

WR

6’3”

180

9

5 rec., 59 yards

Alex Sambol

OL

6’0”

265

9

Logan Eck

LB

5’10”

185

9

75 tackles, 6 TFL, 1 sack

Gatlin Ridgway

LB

5’11”

185

9

55 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack

Hutchinson Community College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 10 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 11 Off. / 10 Def. *Cordarrelle Patterson

WR/RS

6’4”

200

11

2nd team All-American; 410 KO yrds, 2 TD; 52 rec., 908 yrds, 9 TD

Elliott Alford

QB

6’2”

184

12

Hon. Mention KJCCC; 1,520 yards, 10 TD, 458 rush yards; 5 rush TD

Derek Campbell

RB

6’1’”

195

12

125 rushes, 615 yards, 9 TDs

Marcus Golden

LB

6’3”

240

12

2nd Team KJCCC; 85 tackles, 25.5 TFL, 9.5 sacks, 2 INTs,5 FF, 1 BK

Bradley Gallon

DB

6’0”

210

12

75 total tackles, 7 TFL/20 yards, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 5 FR

Independence Community College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 2 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 9 Off. / 5 Def. James Baker

RB

6’1”

230

9

1st Team All-KJCCC; 547 yards, 3 TD

Byron Grant

OL

6’2”

320

9

Hon. Mention All-KJCCC

Selwyn Frazier

DB

6’1”

190

9

60 tackles, 8 PBU

Ricky Jacobs

LB

6’2”

220

9

38 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 1 INT, 2 PBU, 3 FF

*Returning All-American

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MIDWEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE EAST DIVISION The Midwest Football Conference has two separate divisions: East and West. The East Division is made up of four schools located in northern Illinois and Michigan. The four members in the MFC East are non-scholarship schools and have won the Top Non Scholarship Team award handed out by the NJCAA Football Coaches Assn. seven times since 2001. The winner of the MFC East typically plays in the feature game of the Graphic Edge Bowl against the winner of the MFC West. The two runner-ups in each division play in the first contest of the Graphic Edge Bowl.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

College of DuPage Grand Rapids Community College Harper College Joliet Junior College

Glen Ellyn, Ill. Grand Rapids, Mich. Palatine, Ill. Joliet, Ill.

Chaparrals Raiders Hawks Wolves

Fred Fimbres (7 yrs. 38-46 / 5 yrs. 26-28) Tony Annese (2 yr. 19-4; 2 yr. 19-4) Eric Waldstein (2 yr. 4-13; 2 yr. 4-13) Jeremy Richardson (4 yrs. 13-19 / 4 yrs. 13-19)

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past MFC-E Champs

PAST NJCAA CHAMPS

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4.

2002 - Joliet 2003 - Harper 2004 - Grand Rapids 2005 - Grand Rapids 2006 - Grand Rapids 2007 - Joliet 2008 - Harper 2009 - Grand Rapids 2010 - Grand Rapids

*2001 - Joliet ^2002 - Joliet *2003 - Harper *2004 - Harper *2005 - Grand Rapids *2008 - Harper *2009 - Grand Rapids

School Grand Rapids DuPage Harper Joliet

Grand Rapids DuPage Joliet Harper

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES:

*Denotes Top Non Scholarship Team ^Joliet was both National Champion and Top Non Scholarship Team

October 29, 2011 - MFC East Semifinals November 5, 2011 - MFC East Championship November 20, 2011 - Graphic Edge Bowl; Cedar Falls, Iowa

DuPage

Harper

Grand Rapids

Joliet

Conf. 6-1 3-4 1-6 0-7

Overall 10-2 7-5 2-7 2-8

MFC East Semi-finals Grand Rapids 24, Joliet 10 DuPage 28, Harper 7 MFC East Championship Grand Rapids 35, DuPage 7

2010 MFC- 1st Team Honors Offense Zach Stoudt, QB, Iowa Western Jalen Singleton, RB, Iowa Western Jeremiah Goins, RB, Grand Rapids Darrelynn Dunn, RB, Iowa Central Deunta Jennings, WR, North Dakota St. Dexter Holmes, WR, Ellsworth Dominique Douglas, WR, Grand Rapids Juwan Hemphill, WR, Grand Rapids John Rabe, TE, Ellsworth Devonte Jones, OL, Grand Rapids Carlin Landingham, OL, Grand Rapids Dan Heiar, OL, Iowa Western Dallas Hendrickson, OL, Iowa Western Jake Fahrenkrug, OL, North Dakota St. Cory Kemps, K, DuPage Edwin Arceo, K, Muscatine Defense Nick Dekraker, DL, Grand Rapids Jared Ebert, DL, Iowa Western Eze Obiora, DE, DuPage Carlton Johnson, DE, Grand Rapids Terran Buck, LB, DuPage Travon Montgomery, LB, Ellsworth Dan Vess, LB, Grand Rapids Sam Maresh, LB, Iowa Western Chris Charles, DB, Ellsworth Tevin Kellum, DB, Grand Rapids Troy Smith, DB, Grand Rapids Antonio Marshall, DB, Iowa Western

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MIDWEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE - EAST DIVISION

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 College of DuPage - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 3 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 9 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Thomas Foley

OL

6’2”

295

12

Darius Jones

OL

6’0”

285

12

2nd Team All-MFC

Darnell Ratcliff

RB

5’11”

190

12

329 rush yards, 4 TD, 13 rec., 110 rec. yards

DJ Lemons

LB

6’3”

215

12

63 tackles, 2.5 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF

Josh Pettus

DB

5’11”

200

12

58 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 INT, 2 PBU

Vince Coach

LB

5’11”

200

12

14 tackles, 6 sacks, 1 FR

Grand Rapids Community College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 12 Off. / 11 Def. Cody Kater

QB

6’4”

225

0

N/A

*Carlin Landingham

OL

6’3”

305

12

2nd Team All-American

Devonte Jones

OL

6’1”

310

12

1st Team All-MFC

Jamar Wimberly

CB

6’1”

190

12

37 tackles, 3.5 TFL

Evan Ray

CB

6’2”

195

12

60 tackles, 3 TFL

Andrew Hall

LB

6’1”

230

12

42 tackles, 7 TFL, 3 sacks, 2 FF

Harper College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 12 Off. / 14 Def. Robert Douglas

WR

6’4”

190

9

17 rec., 160 yards, 1 TD

Tom Erlich

OL

6’3”

285

0

Chandler Betts

TE

6’4”

255

0

Louis Erkins

LB

6’1”

220

9

52 tackles, 6 TFL, 2.5 sacks

Jameel High

DB

6’0”

190

9

18 tackles

Joliet Junior College - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 3 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 9 Off. / 8 Def. Korey Jackson

WR

6’3”

180

9

28 rec., 529 yards, 3 TD

Dequan Slaughter

OL

6’3”

280

9

Brandon Dixon

CB

6’0”

190

10

36 tackles, 1 FF, 4 PBU, 3 INT

Earl Smith

LB

5'10”

205

6

12 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FR

*Returning All-American

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MIDWEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE WEST DIVISION The Midwest Football Conference has two separate divisions: East and West. The West Division is made up of three schools from Iowa and one from North Dakota. In just its second season in 2010, Iowa Western won the regular season crown but then fell to Ellsworth in the playoffs. The winner of the MFC West typically plays in the feature game of the Graphic Edge Bowl against the winner of the MFC East. The two runner-ups in each division play in the first contest of the Graphic Edge Bowl.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

Ellsworth Community College Iowa Central Community College Iowa Western Community College North Dakota State College of Science

Iowa Falls, Iowa Fort Dodge, Iowa Council Bluffs, Iowa Wahpeton, N.D.

Panthers Tritons Reivers Wildcats

Mike Virden (3 yrs. 24-9 / 3 yrs. 24-9) Kevin Twait (15 yrs. 114-44 / 15 yrs. 115-44) Scott Strohmeier (5 yrs. 30-22 / 2 yr. 14-6) Chuck Parsons (4 yrs. 17-23 / 4 yrs. 17-23)

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past MFC-W Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4.

2002 - North Dakota St. 2003 - Iowa Central 2004 - Iowa Central 2005 - Iowa Central 2006 - North Iowa Area 2007 - North Iowa Area 2008 - Iowa Central 2009 - Ellsworth 2010 - Ellsworth

1976 - Ellsworth 1978 - Iowa Central 1987 - Ellsworth

School Iowa Western Ellsworth Iowa Central North Dakota

Iowa Western Ellsworth Iowa Central North Dakota St.

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES:

Iowa Western

Overall 9-2 8-3 7-3 4-5

MFC West Championship Ellsworth 34, Iowa Western 14

November 5, 2011 - MFC West Championship November 20, 2011 - Graphic Edge Bowl; Cedar Falls, Iowa

Ellsworth

Conf. 7-0 5-2 4-3 2-5

Iowa Central

North Dakota SCS

2010 MFC - 1st Team Honors Offense Zach Stoudt, QB, Iowa Western Jalen Singleton, RB, Iowa Western Jeremiah Goins, RB, Grand Rapids Darrelynn Dunn, RB, Iowa Central Deunta Jennings, WR, North Dakota St. Dexter Holmes, WR, Ellsworth Dominique Douglas, WR, Grand Rapids Juwan Hemphill, WR, Grand Rapids John Rabe, TE, Ellsworth Devonte Jones, OL, Grnad Rapids Carlin Landingham, OL, Grand Rapids Dan Heiar, OL, Iowa Western Dallas Hendrickson, OL, Iowa Western Jake Fahrenkrug, OL, North Dakota St. Cory Kemps, K, DuPage Edwin Arceo, K, Muscatine Defense Nick Dekraker, DL, Grand Rapids Jared Ebert, DL, Iowa Western Eze Obiora, DE, DuPage Carlton Johnson, DE, Grand Rapids Terran Buck, LB, DuPage Travon Montgomery, LB, Ellsworth Dan Vess, LB, Grand Rapids Sam Maresh, LB, Iowa Western Chris Charles, DB, Ellsworth Tevin Kellum, DB, Grand Rapids Troy Smith, DB, Grand Rapids Antonio Marshall, DB, Iowa Western

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MIDWEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE - WEST DIVISION

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Ellsworth Community College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 8 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 17 Off. / 22 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

*Dexter Holmes

WR

6’3”

185

11

1st Team All-American; 65 rec., 972 yards, 12 TD

*Willie Tindal

QB

5’11” 175

11

Hon. Mention All-American; 2,929 pass yards, 23 TD, 762 rush yards , 10 TD

Demetrius Rhaney

OL

6’4”

300

11

Ken Bishop

DL

6’2”

300

11

2nd Team All-MFC; 70 tackles, 11 TFL, 3 sacks, 1 FF

Chris Charles

DB

6’0”

185

11

1st Team All-MFC, All Region; 65 tackles, 1.5 TFL

Dartby Lundy

DB

6’0”

175

11

26 tackles, 1 FF

Iowa Central Community College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 9 Off. / 9 Def. Zach Steinhoff

WR

6’2”

185

10

27 rec., over 16 yard avg. per catch

Josh Steinberg

OL

6’4”

310

9

Ryan Hulseberg

OL

6’2”

315

0

Jacarri Alexander

DE

6’1”

235

8

27 tackles, 3 sacks

Landon Lightfoot

DL

6’1”

295

10

20 tackles, 2.5 sacks

Ricky Taylor

DL

6’4”

304

9

16 tackles, 4.5 sacks

Iowa Western Community College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 14 Off. / 14 Def. Matt Waters

WR

6’1”

200

11

50 rec, 846 yards, 9 TD

Wes Smith

WR

5’8”

175

11

40 rec, 409 yards; 1 KR for TD; 2 PR for TD

Sam Maresh

LB

6’2”

240

10

79 tackles, 7.5 TFL

Antonio Marshall

CB

5’10”

185

11

42 tackles; 4 blocked kicks; 2 special teams TDs

Andrew Brown

SS

5’11”

215

11

61 tackles, 2 INT

North Dakota State College of Science - Returning Starters: 3 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 3 Off. / 6 Def. Cody Davies

QB

6’2”

190

9

1,780 pass yards, 19 TD

DJ Fuller

RB

5’10”

210

3

343 yards, 2 TD

Jeremy Gordon

DE

6’3”

230

9

Hon. Mention All-MFC; 35 tackles,11 TFL, 6 sacks,1 FF,1 FR

Erik Rosenfeldt

DL

6’2”

305

9

88 tackles,13 TFL, 1 sack, 6 FF, 2 FR, 1 INT

Johnny Watkins

LB

6’0”

230

9

2nd Team All-MFC; 88 Tackles,13 TFL,1 sack, 6 FF, 2 FR, 1 INT

Paul Dupee

LB

6’2”

230

9

49 tackles, 8 TFL, 3 FF

*Returning All-American

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MINNESOTA COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONF.NORTH DIV. The Minnesota College Athletic Conference was first established in 1967 with football being the first sport organized within the league. The conference is divided into North and South divisions. Mesabi Range won its first North title in six years in 2010. Northland enters this season with a new coach in Merle Johnson. The top two teams from the North meet the top two teams from the South Division in a four-team playoff at the end of the season.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

Fond du Lac Comm. & Tribal College Itasca Community College Mesabi Community & Technical College Northland Comm. & Technical College Vermilion Community College

Cloquet, Minn. Grand Rapids, Minn. Virginia, Minn. Thief River Falls, Minn. Ely, Minn.

Thunder Vikings Norse Pioneers Ironmen

Keith Turner (1 yr. 5-4 / 10 yrs. 49-21) Dan Mell (4 yrs. 11-25 / 4 yrs. 11-25) Dan Lind (6 yrs. 31-28 / 6 yrs. 31-28) Merle Johnson (Entering 1st season) Darren Visser (2 yr. 6-13 / 2 yr. 6-13)

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past MCAC-N Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2001 - Vermilion 2002 - Northland 2003 - Mesabi Range 2004 - Mesabi Range 2005 - Vermilion 2006 - Vermilion 2007 - Vermilion 2008 - Vermilion 2009 - Vermilion 2010 - Mesabi Range

*2006 - Vermilion

School Conf. Mesabi Range 7-2 Northland 6-3 Fond du Lac 5-4 Itasca 1-3 Vermilion 0-4

Mesabi Range Fond du Lac Northland Itasca Vermilion

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES:

*Denotes Top Non Scholarship Team

Overall 7-3 6-4 5-4 2-7 0-9

MCAC Semifinals Central Lakes 19, Northland 13 Rochester 26, Mesabi Range 6 MCAC Championship Rochester 34, Central Lakes 31

2010 MCAC North 1st Team Honors

October 29, 2011 - MCAC Semifinals November 6, 2011 - MCAC Championship

Fond du Lac Kyle Grimm, LB Eric Makitalo, OL Ronrico Ragsdale, WR Latrell Smith, SS Mike Davis, QB Itasca Kevin Kubeczko, DE Benson Bazley, LB Cody Ninneman, DB

Fond du Lac

Itasca

Northland MCAC State Champions (2001- to 2010) 2010 - Rochester; 2009 - Central Lakes; 2008 - Mesabi Range; 2007 - Rochester; 2006 - Vermilion; 2005 Rochester; 2004 - Rochester; 2003 - Rochester; 2002 Rochester; 2001 - Minn. West

Mesabi Range

Vermilion

Mesabi Range Avery Walker, RB Wiltavius Hinton, OL Jeremy Massey, DB Derek Pope, OL Andre Reyes, LB Maurice Nelson, LB EJ Welch, Jr., DL Northland Tyron Cheeseboro, RB Brian Dillard, DE/LB Cortney Chatman, DE/LB Enoch Langford, DL William Slade, OL Vermilion Ethan Washek, LB Tyler Bortle, OL Chris Elbert, P

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MINNESOTA COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE - NORTH DIV.

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Fond du Lac Community & Tribal College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 8 Off. / 8 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Mike Davis

QB

6’3”

215

9

1st Team All-MCAC; 1744 pass yards, 20 TD, 51.65%

Joe Dzievit

DL

6’6”

330

9

David Hjelle

LB

6’2”

210

9

Hon. Mention All-MCAC

Kevin Eugene

CB

5’8”

160

9

2nd Team All-MCAC; 3 INT

Itasca Community College - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 9 Off. / 7 Def. Rejean Carlson

WR

5’10”

175

6

Hon. Mention All-MCAC; 32 rec., 540 yards, 3 TD

Dahcota Woodford

RB

5’10”

185

9

Hon. Mention All-MCAC; 630 yards, 5 TD

Joe Bohaty

DB

6’2”

185

9

Hon. Mention All-MCAC; 50 tackles

Mesabi Range Community & Technical College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. NONE SUBMITTED Northland Community & Technical College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. NONE SUBMITTED Vermilion Community College - Returning Starters: 2 Off. / 7 Def.; Returning Lettermen: N/A Off. / N/A Def. Travis Salo

OL

6’0”

310

9

Hon. Mention All-MCAC

Kodi Pirkel

QB/WR

6’2”

190

9

3-7 comp., 135 pass yards; 6 rec., 42 yards, 1 TD

Ethan Washek

LB

6’1”

202

9

122 tackles, 8 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF

Cody Halpin

LB

5’9”

207

9

104 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FR

Jim O’Meara

DL

6’2”

293

9

34 tackles, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 FR

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MINNESOTA COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONF.SOUTH DIVISION The Minnesota College Athletic Conference was first established in 1967 with football being the first sport organized within the league. The conference is divided into North and South divisions. Rochester has been the most dominant team in the South Division as of late, but longtime head coach Brad LaPlante is no longer leading the program. The top two teams from the South meet the top two teams from the North Division in a four-team playoff at the end of the season for the MCAC title.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

Central Lakes College Minnesota State Comm. & Tech. College Minnesota West Comm. & Tech. College Ridgewater College Rochester Community & Tech. College

Brainerd, Minn. Fergus Falls, Minn. Worthington, Minn. Wilmar, Minn. Rochester, Minn.

Raiders Spartans Bluejays Warriors Yellowjackets

Greg Medeck (4 yrs. 34-12 / 4 yrs. 34-12) Steve King (5 yrs. 13-32 / 4 yrs. 10-26) Jeff Linder (15 yrs. 71-69 / 15 yrs. 71-69) Rob Baumgarn (5 yrs. 17-28 / 5 yrs. 17-28) *Derrick Hintz (Entering 1st Season) *Interm Head Coach

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past MCAC-S Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2001 - Rochester 2002 - Rochester 2003 - Rochester 2004 - Minn. West 2005 - Minn. West 2006 - Rochester 2007 - Rochester 2008 - Rochester, Central Lakes & Minn. West 2009 - Central Lakes 2010 - Central Lakes

*2000 - Rochester *2007 - Rochester

School Central Lakes Rochester Minn. West Minn. State Ridgewater

Central Lakes Rochester Ridgewater Minn. West Minn. State

*Based on Coaches Survey

*Denotes Top Non Scholarship Team

Conf. 9-0 8-1 3-6 3-6 2-7

Overall 10-2 10-2 3-6 3-6 2-7

MCAC Semifinals Central Lakes 19, Northland 13 Rochester 26, Mesabi Range 6 MCAC Championship Rochester 34, Central Lakes 31

2010 MCAC South 1st Team Honors

IMPORTANT DATES:

Central Lakes Tyler Erickson, WR Stoney Burns, DB Matt Spoden, LB Dominique Corder, QB Antoine Gardner, LB Mike Scherer, OL

October 29, 2011 - MCAC Semifinals November 6, 2011 - MCAC Championship

Minnesota West Deshawn Lawrence, LB Joe Harris, RB Dan Knips, DE Jeff Curtisnger, LB Justin Boeckman, OL

Central Lakes

Minnesota State

Minnesota West

Minnesota State Eric Brown, RB/WR James Norwood, RB Jake Braunshausen, LB Ridgewater Keante Johnson, WR Andy Rauen, DB Davontay Stevens, RB

Ridgewater

MCAC State Champions (2001-- to 2010) 2010 - Rochester; 2009 - Central Lakes; 2008 - Mesabi Range; 2007 - Rochester; 2006 - Vermilion; 2005 - Rochester; 2004 - Rochester; 2003 - Rochester; 2002 - Rochester; 2001 - Minn. West

Rochester

Rochester Chris Hicks, WR Derick Heitkamp, QB Alex Benson, FS Josh LaPlante, LB Josh Fenderson, DE

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MINNESOTA COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE - SOUTH DIV.

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Central Lakes College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 3 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 9 Off. / 11 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2009 Notes

Ryan Tri

WR

6’1”

170

9

Hon. Mention All-MCAC; 308 yards, 2 TD

Dustin Yorek

OL

6’2”

285

Frank Mays

DL

6’10”

155

9

42 tackles, 4.5 sacks

Greg Wright

LB

6’0”

255

9

Hon. Mention All-MCAC; 55 tackles, 3 sacks

Dominique Murphy

DB

5’8”

205

7

10 tackles

Minnesota State Community & Technical College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 8 Def. James Norwood

RB

6’0”

195

9

1st Team All-MCAC; 631 yards, 7 TD

Dominick Ammermann

WR

6’0”

185

9

6 rec., 79 yards, 1 TD

Jacob Braunshausen

LB

6’0”

220

9

61 tackles

Minnesota West Community & Technical College - Returning Starters: 8 Off. / 11 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 12 Off. / 18 Def. NONE SUBMITTED Ridgewater College - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 9 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 11 Off. / 14 Def. Keante Johnson

WR

5’10”

190

9

1st Team All-MCAC; 44 rec., 522 yards, 3 TD

Davontay Stevens

RB

5’8”

200

8

1st Team All-MCAC; 656 yards, 4.1 YPC, 1 TD

Elijah Lee

WR

6’3”

190

8

2nd Team All-MCAC; 23 rec., 243 yards, 3 TD

Jonathan Cross

LB

6’2”

220

9

1st Team All-MCAC, 91 tackles

Daryl Thomas

LB

6’0”

180

9

2nd Team All-MCAC; 72 tackles

Nate Wensauer

DE

6’4”

260

9

All-MCAC

Rochester Community & Technical College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. NONE SUBMITTED

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MISSISSIPPI ASSN. OF COMM. & JR. COLLEGES - NORTH One of the oldest NJCAA football leagues still in existence, the Mississippi Assn. of Community & Junior Colleges officially began play in 1927. The league is split into two divisions (North & South) and the league ends its season with a four-team playoff for the league title. Northwest won the North title last year for the first time since 2006. The winner of the MACJC Championship Game receives first priority for participation in the Mississippi Bowl, which is held in early December in Biloxi.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

Coahoma Community College East Mississippi Community College Holmes Community College Itawamba Community College Mississippi Delta Community College Northeast Mississippi Community College Northwest Mississippi Community College

Clarksdale, Miss. Scooba, Miss. Goodman, Miss. Fulton, Miss. Moorhead, Miss. Booneville, Miss. Senatobia, Miss.

Tigers Lions Bulldogs Indians Trojans Tigers Rangers

Freeman Horton (10 yrs. 26-64 / 10 yrs. 26-64) Buddy Stevents (3 yrs. 24-8 / 3 yrs. 24-8) Jeff Koonz (Entering 1st Season) Jon Williams (1 yr. 5-4 / 1 yr. 5-4) Jay Miller (17 yrs. 85-79 / 8 yrs. 29-42) Ricky Smither (3 yrs. 8-19 / 3 yrs. 8-19) Ricky Woods (3 yrs. 21-8 / 2 yrs. 21-8)

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past MACJC-N Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2001 - Miss. Delta 2002 - Northeast Miss. 2003 - Northwest Miss. 2004 - Northeast Miss. 2005 - Northeast Miss. 2006 - Northwest Miss. 2007 - Itawamba 2008 - East Mississippi 2009 - East Mississippi 2010 - Northwest Miss.

1982 - Northwest Miss. 1992 - Northwest Miss. 1993 - Mississippi Delta

School Conf. Northwest 9-0 East Mississippi 5-4 Itawamba 5-4 Northeast 5-4 Coahoma 4-5 Miss Delta 1-8 Holmes 0-9

Northwest Miss. East Miss. Coahoma Itawamba Northeast Miss. Holmes Miss Delta

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES:

Coahoma

Itawamba

MACJC Semifinals Miss. Gulf Coast 52, Northwest 24 Copiah-Lincoln 48, East Miss. 21

November 5, 2011 - MACJC Semifinals November 12, 2011 - MACJC Championship December 4, 2011 - Mississippi Bowl; Biloxi, Miss.

East Mississippi

Mississippi Delta

MACJC State Champions (2001-2010) 2010 - Miss. Gulf Coast; 2009 - East Mississippi; 2008 Miss. Gulf Coast; 2007 - Miss. Gulf Coast; 2006 - Pearl River; 2005 - Pearl River; 2004 - Pearl River; 2003 Pearl River; 2002 - Holmes; 2001 - Jones County

Overall 9-1 5-5 5-4 5-4 4-5 1-8 0-9

Holmes

NE Mississippi

MACJC Championship Miss. Gulf Coast 31, Copiah-Lincoln 17

2010 MACJC- North 1st Team Honors Offense *Brad Henderson, QB, East Mississippi Courtney Vaughn, RB, Coahoma Josh Jarboe, WR, Northeast Myles White, WR, Northwest Hollis Moore, WR, Coahoma Jamal Mosley, TE, Northwest Warren Jones, OL, East Mississippi Courtney Easterwood, OL, Northwest Jon Harden, OL, Northwest Antrole Newsom, OL, Coahoma *Antonio Foster, OL, Northeast Harry Peoples, RS, Holmes Kevin Burford, K, Northwest Defense Quinton Dial, DL, East Mississippi *Jamontay Pilson, DL, Northwest Tim McAdoo, DL, Itawamba Anthony Payne, DL, Northeast Charles Harris, LB, Coahoma *Sam Small, LB, Northwest Anthony Brown, LB, Northeast Jermeriolus Moten, DB, Miss. Delta Darius Slay, DB, Itawamba Brandon Lawrence, DB, East Mississippi Perrance Ward, DB, East Mississippi Kevin Buford, P, Northwest *North Division MVPs

NW Mississippi

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MISSISSIPPI ASSN. OF COMM. & JR. COLLEGES - NORTH DIVISION

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Coahoma Community College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 7 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Darone Bailey

OL

6’5”

305

9

1st Team All-MACJC North

Fred Plummer

WR

5’10”

180

9

2nd Team All-MACJC North ; 31 rec., 481 yards, 4 TD

Ricky Morton

DE

6’3”

250

9

10 sacks

Adam Williams

DE

6’3”

260

9

Anthony McClean

DB

5’10

180

9

East Mississippi Community College - Returning Starters: 8 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 15 Off. / 8 Def. Lacoltan Bester

WR

6’3”

200

10

17 rec., 244 yards, 2 TD

Rodney Davis

WR/P/KR 6’0”

200

10

29 rec., 456, 6 TD; 28 KO returns for 622 yards (22.2 avg.)

Ryan Hollivay

OL

6’7”

370

10

Denico Autry

DE

6’6”

255

7

60 tackles,11 TFL-23 yards, 5.5 sacks-42 yards, 5 FF, 3 FR

Damien Jacobs

DL

6’4”

310

10

48 tackles, 4 TFL-14 yards, 1.5 sacks-15 yards

Brandon Moore

DL

6’5”

310

Transfer from University of Alabama

Holmes Community College - Returning Starters: 2 Off. / 0 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 8 Off. / 3 Def. Jamel Johnson

WR

6’3”

210

0

Jamal Bass

WR

5’8”

180

6

Ladarius Redditt

RB

5’10”

205

5

Shawn Pee

OT

6’5”

285

8

Transfer from Troy University

Itawamba Community College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 15 Off. / 15 Def. Keon McGaughy

RB

6’2”

225

7

541 yards, 2 TD

Eric Buchanan

WR

6’3”

215

9

13 rec., 203 yards, 3 TD

DeShawn McGaughy

RB

5’9”

220

9

346 yards, 7 TD

Connor Popeck

C

6’4”

290

9

Tim McAdoo

DT

6’2”

295

9

1st Team All-MACJC North

Mississippi Delta Community College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. Harry Hampton

WR

5’11”

180

NA

James Ball

RB

5’8”

175

NA

Wayland Dancer

LB

6’2”

220

8

Brandon Powe

LB

6’3”

230

NA

Northeast Mississippi Community College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. NONE SUBMITTED Northwest Mississippi Community College - Returning Starters: 2 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 8 Def. D.J. McChristian

RB

6’0”

210

8

233 yards, 1 TD

Marshall Vaulx

LB

6’0”

235

10

52 tackles, 7 TFL

Terrance Evans

CB

6’0”

190

10

44 tackles, 2.5 TFL, 1 FR, 2 INT, 5 PBU

Jeffrey Carlyle

LB

5’10”

190

9

39 tackles, 5.5 TFL, 2 sacks

20


MISSISSIPPI ASSN. OF COMM. & JR. COLLEGES - SOUTH One of the oldest NJCAA football leagues still in existence, the Mississippi Assn. of Community & Junior Colleges officially began play in 1927. The league is split into two divisions (North & South) and the league ends its season with a four-team playoff for the conference title. The South Division has been dominated by Pearl River and Mississippi Gulf Coast since 2004, but Copiah Lincoln spoiled the scene last year. The winner of the MACJC receives first priority for participation in the Mississippi Bowl, which is held in early December in Biloxi.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

Copiah-Lincoln Community College East Central Community College Hinds Community College Jones County Junior College Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College Pearl River Community College Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

Wesson, Miss. Decatur, Miss. Raymond, Miss. Ellisville, Miss. Perkinston, Miss. Poplarville, Miss. Summit, Miss.

Wolfpack Warriors Eagles Bobcats Bulldogs Wildcats Bears

Glenn Davis (7 yrs. 33-33 / 7 yrs. 33-33) Brian Anderson (2 yr. 4-14 / 2 yr. 4-14) Gene Murphy (18 yrs. 141-51-5 / 18 yrs. 141-51-5) Eddie Pierce (5 yrs. 30-18 / 5 yrs. 30-18) Steve Campbell (9 yrs. 72-24 / 7 yrs. 60-16) Tim Hatten (9 yrs. 73-19 / 9 yrs. 73-19) Charles Anthony (5 yrs. 19-25 / 5 yrs. 19-25)

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past MACJC-S Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2001 - Jones County 2002 - Pearl River 2003 - Hinds 2004 - Pearl River 2005 - Pearl River 2006 - Pearl River 2007 - Miss. Gulf Coast 2008 - Miss. Gulf Coast 2009 - Miss. Gulf Coast 2010 - Copiah-Lincoln

1971 - Miss. Gulf Coast 1984 - Miss. Gulf Coast 2004 - Pearl River *2007 - Miss. Gulf Coast

School Conf. Copiah-Lincoln 8-1 Miss. Gulf Coast 7-2 Pearl River 6-3 Hinds 5-4 Southwest 4-5 East Central 2-7 Jones County 0-6

Miss Gulf Coast Pearl River Copiah-Lincoln Hinds Jones County East Central Southwest Miss.

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES:

*Co-National Champions

MACJC Semifinals Miss. Gulf Coast 52, Northwest 24 Copiah-Lincoln 48, East Miss. 21

November 5, 2011 - MACJC Semifinals November 12, 2011 - MACJC Championship December 4, 2011 - Mississippi Bowl; Biloxi, Miss.

Copiah-Lincoln

Jones County

East Central

Miss. Gulf Coast

MACJC State Champions (2001-2010) 2010 - Miss. Gulf Coast; 2009 - East Mississippi; 2008 Miss. Gulf Coast; 2007 - Miss. Gulf Coast; 2006 - Pearl River; 2005 - Pearl River; 2004 - Pearl River; 2003 Pearl River; 2002 - Holmes; 2001 - Jones County

Overall 9-2 10-2 6-3 5-4 4-5 2-7 2-7

Hinds

Pearl River

MACJC Championship Miss. Gulf Coast 31, Copiah-Lincoln 17

2010 MACJC- South 1st Team Honors Offense *Melvin German, QB, Pearl River Matthew Willis, RB, Hinds Mardavian Martin, RB, Southwest Javon Bell, WR, Miss Gulf Coast Fred Fuller, WR, Copiah-Lincoln Radarius Owens, WR, East Central Steve McNair, Jr., WR, Pear River Jeremy Pierce, OL, Jones County *Jeremy Graffree, OL, Miss Gulf Coast Andy Nations, OL, Miss Gulf Coast Danny Bunch, OL, Hinds Larry Banks, OL, Copiah-Lincoln Fred Fuller, RS, Copiah-Lincoln Travis Bradley, K, Pearl River Defense *Ryan Robinson, DL, Jones County John Jenkins, DL, Miss Gulf Coast Marty Stadom, DL, Southwest Leon Mackey, DL, Hinds Chris Ficklin, LB, East Central Maxey Graham, LB, Hinds Jordan Hunt, LB, Copiah-Lincoln JD Ratliff, DB, Southwest *Wesley Pendleton, DB, Copiah-Lincoln Marcus Jemison, DB, Pearl River Alonzo Lawrence, DB, Miss Gulf Coast Will Scott, P, Miss Gulf Coast *Division MVPs

SW Mississippi

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MISSISSIPPI ASSN. OF COMM. & JR. COLLEGES - SOUTH DIVISON

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Copiah-Lincoln Community College - Returning Starters: 3 Off. / 3 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 9 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Joel Davis

RB

5’9”

185

11

90 att., 540 yards, 6 TD

Fred Tillman

OL

6’0”

285

11

Jerry McNair

DT

6’2”

285

9

23 tackles, 1 sack

Dehendret Collins

DB

5’11”

190

9

2nd Team All-MACJC South ; 54 tackles, 4 INTs

East Central Community College - Returning Starters: 8 Off. / 2 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 5 Def. Reggie Hall

WR/RB

5’10”

175

9

Greg Timmons

WR

6’3”

210

0

355 rec. yards, 420 ret yards Transfer from the University of Texas

*Chris Ficklin

LB

5’11” 195

9

Honorable Mention All-American; 126 tackles, 10 TFL 5.5 sacks

Jimmy Broomfield

CB

5’11”

190

9

35 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 INT

Dennis Thames

DB

5’11”

200

0

Transfer from Mississippi State University

Hinds Community College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 12 Off. / 16 Def. Deon Anthony

QB/WR

6’0”

205

9

61 pass yards; 13 rec., 204 yards, 1 TD; 107 rush yards

Adam McWilliams

WR

6’2”

198

9

9 rec., 158 yards

Jeremy Palmer

RB

5’7”

180

9

4 rec., 41 yards; 29 KR, 616 yards

J'vontez Blackmon

DB

6’0”

187

9

69 tackles, 1 FF

Godfrey Thompson

DB

6’1”

195

9

41 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 INT

Zach McKee

LB

5’11”

228

9

29 tackles, 2 FF, 1 INT

Jones County Junior College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 9 Off. / 10 Def. Deuce Coon

WR

5’11”

195

9

2nd Team All-MACJC South ; 29 rec., 471 yards, 2 TD

Lavoris Powell

RB

6’1”

210

9

257 yards, 3 TD

Jonathan Ducksworth

WR

6’3”

205

7

13 rec., 184 yards

Anthony Wilson

LB

6’3”

235

5

16 tackles, 2 TFL, 3.5 sacks

Antonio Parker

DB

5’11”

185

9

2nd Team All-MACJC South; 33 tackles, 3 INT, 123 INT yards

Jerrell Gandy

LB

6’1”

220

35 tackles, 2 sacks

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College - Returning Starters: 3 Off. / 3 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 13 Off. / 14 Def. *Javon Bell

WR

6’1”

180

12

1st Team All American; 46 rec., 1313 yards, 17 TD

James Gillum

RB

5’11”

210

12

2nd Team All-MACJC South; 1297 yards, 16 TD

Dillon Holley

C

6’3”

310

12

Started all 12 games

Mario Gainer

LB

6’0”

240

12

109 tackles, 6 TFL, 2 sacks

Alonzo Lawrence

DB

6’2”

210

12

2nd Team All-MACJC South; 61 tackles, 3 INT; Alabama signee

Otis Jacobs

CB

6’1”

180

12

3 INT, 3 returns for TD; Texas A & M commit

Pearl River Community College - Returning Starters: 8 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 6 Def. *Melvin German

QB

6’3”

190

9

All-American; 2,728 passing yards,16 TD

Steve McNair, Jr.

WR

6’0”

185

9

1st Team All-MACJC South; 56 rec., 631 yards, 3 TD

Seth Roberts

WR

6’2”

190

9

49 rec., 733 yards, 6 TD

Quan Fletcher

LB

6’2”

230

9

2nd Team All-MACJC South; 69 tackles, 6 TFL, 2 sacks

Chris Bermond

LB

6’1”

230

9

71 tackles, 6 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 FF

Southwest Mississippi Community College - Returning Starters: 3 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 8 Off. / 7 Def. Vintavious Cooper

QB

5’8”

199

9

20-53 completed, 276 pass yards, 1 TD

Josh Manning

DB

5’10”

170

8

31 tackles, 1 TFL, 4 PBU, 2 INT

Ken Brown

DB

5’9”

156

9

18 tackles, 1 PBU, 1 INT

*Returning All-American

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NORTHEAST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE The Northeast Football Conference is the only NJCAA league on the east coast. The conference consists of seven schools located in five different states. Louisburg joins the league for the 2010 season while longtime member Alfred State steps out to be an independent. Nassau broke Dean’s three-year run of conference titles last year. The conference does not hold a playoff and is currently not tied to a bowl game.

Conference Members School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

ASA Dean College Erie Community College Hudson Valley Community College Lackawanna College Louisburg College Nassau Community College

Brooklyn, N.Y. Franklin, Mass. Buffalo, N.Y. Troy, N.Y. Scranton, Pa. Louisburg, N.C. Garden City, N.Y.

Avengers Bulldogs Kats Vikings Falcons Hurricanes Lions

Dennis Orlando (2 yrs. 12-6 / 2 yrs. 12-6) Todd Vassey (7 yrs. 49-22 / 7 yrs. 49-22) Dennis Greene (10 yrs. 55-45 / 10 yrs. 55-45) Mike Muehling (Entering 1st Season) Mark Duda (17 yrs. 121-60 / 17 yrs. 121-60) John Sala (9 yrs. 47-42 / 3 yrs. 18-12) Jermaine Miles (1 yr. 11-0 / 1 yr. 11-0)

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

2011 Predictions*

Past NFC Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2001 - Hudson Valley & Lackwanna 2002 - Morrisville St.^ 2003 - Erie, Hudson Valley, Morrisville St.^ 2004 - Hudson Valley 2005 - Nassau 2006 - Lackawanna 2007 - Dean 2008 - Dean 2009 - Dean 2010 - Nassau

*2010 - Nassau

School Conf. Nassau 6-0 Lackawanna 4-2 ASA 4-2 Dean 3-3 Erie 2-4 Alfred State^^ 1-5 Hudson Valley 1-5

Nassau Lackawanna Dean ASA Louisburg^^ Erie Hudson Valley

*Based on Coaches Survey ^^1st year in Conference

*Denotes Non Scholarship title

No conference playoffs ^^No longer in Conference

^No longer in NJCAA

IMPORTANT DATES:

Overall 11-0 8-2 7-3 6-4 2-7 4-6 1-6

2010 NFC 1st Team Honors

NONE (NFC does not hold a playoff)

ASA

Dean

Erie

Hudson Valley

Lackawanna

Louisburg

Nassau

Offense Tim Enders, QB, Lackawanna Zedric Joseph, RB, Erie *Steven Miller, RB, Nassau AJ Price, WR, Dean Malcolm Eugene, WR, ASA Terrill Barnes, WR, Lackawanna Nadir Brown, WR, Nassau DJ Morrel, OL, Dean Joe Danaker, OL, Lackawanna Jeremy Gatson, OL, Hudson Valley Kevin Douglas, OL, Nassau Josh Griffin, RS, Alfred State Taurean Durham, K, Nassau Defense Gilbert Pena, DL, ASA Tyler Lopes, DL, Erie Keith Watson, DE, ASA Karoldis Bimba, DE, Lackawanna Doug Johnson, LB, Dean *Josh Francis, LB, Lackawanna Sidiq Soulemana, LB, Hudson Valley Malcolm Ricks, LB, Erie *Siriki Diabati, LB, Nassau Roland Green, LB, Nassau Sir Aaron Taylor, DB, Alfred State Ivan Nicholas, DB, ASA Malachi Freeman, DB, Nassau Colter Johnson, P, Alfred State *Conference MVP’s

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NORTHEAST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 ASA - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 14 Off. / 20 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Daniel Bryant

WR

6’2”

190

0

University of South Florida Transfer

Charles Fashaw

TE

6’3”

220

0

University of Central Florida Transfer

Gabriel Smith

FB

6’0”

245

9

3 rushes, 27 yards, 6.8 YPR

Davon Johnson

DE

6’0”

230

7

11 tackles, 5 TFL, 1 sack

Joshua Rivers

DB

6’0”

185

10

30 tackles, 5 TFL, 1 FR

Tiray Dove

S

6’2”

210

9

16 tackles, 3 TFL, 2 sacks, 1 INT for a TD

Dean College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 8 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 16 Off. / 19 Def. Wandy Saintilen

DE/RB

6’2”

240

10

2nd Team All-NFC 30 tackles; 13 TFL, 6 sacks

Albert Presley

DE

6’3”

225

10

27 tackles, 9 TFL, 6 sacks

Ervin Johnson

DB

6’2”

215

10

20 tackles, 2 INT

Erie Community College - Returning Starters: 2 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 9 Off. / 13 Def. Taylor Miller

WR

6’4”

215

9

17 rec., 179 yards, 2 TD

Vincent Tobia

OL

6’0”

290

5

Brian Doyle

LB

5’11”

230

5

3rd Team All-NFC; 19 tackles, 7.5 TFL, 2 sacks

Malik Thompson

DL

6’2”

253

9

35 tackles, 11 TFL, 3.5 sacks, 2 FF, 2 FR

Hudson Valley Community College - Returning Starters: 1 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 16 Off. / 4 Def. Zane Marks Jr.

WR/RB

5’8”

190

3

Michael Henderson

LB

6’0”

215

8

3rd Team All-NFC; 67 tackles, 3.5 TFL, 2 sacks

Mackenzie Elliott

CB

5’10”

180

7

10 tackles

Lackawanna College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 10 Def. Mark Glowinski

OL

6’5”

270

11

Kevin Beard

OL

6’5”

330

11

Bryant Quamane

CB

5’11”

180

11

9 pass break ups, 1 INT

Lamar Fitzgerald

DB

5’10”

190

11

50 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack

Louisburg College - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 4 Def. Rasheed Williams

RB

6’1”

185

10

3 carries, 23 yards

Sam Kidd

LB

6’2”

240

10

61 tackles, 6 TFL, 2 sacks

Titus Best

LB

5’10”

220

10

Kewitt Koonce

DB

5’11”

185

10

35 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack, 4 INT, 10 PBU

Nassau Community College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 4 Off. / 4 Def. Aslam Sterling

OL

6'5”

335

11

Jesse Merritt

OL

6’4”

310

11

Doug Almendares

OL

6’3”

300

11

Francis Drummond

QB

6’3”

215

11

2nd Team All-NFC; 1068 pass yards, 14 TD, 125 rush yards, 4 TD

Bryon Johnson

DE

6’3”

250

11

2nd Team All-NFC; 40 tackles, 15 TFL, 7 sacks

Julio Geronimo

DL

6’3”

295

11

28 tackles, 4.5 TFL, 0.5 sacks

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SOUTHWEST JC FOOTBALL CONFERENCE The Southwest Junior College Football Conference has a strong history of top caliber NJCAA football as the conference has claimed 18 national titles, including Navarro’s title in 2010. The league currently consists of seven teams with six hailing from the ‘lone star’ state of Texas and one team from Oklahoma. Blinn and Navarro have controlled the league since 2006. The top four teams take part in a playoff to determine the conference champion. The SWJCFC champion has first priority to play in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl in Copperas Cove, Texas in early December.

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

Blinn College Cisco College Kilgore College Navarro College Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Trinity Valley Community College Tyler Junior College

Brenham, Texas Cisco, Texas Kilgore, Texas Corsicana, Texas Miami, Okla. Athens, Texas Tyler, Texas

Buccaneers Wranglers Rangers Bulldogs Golden Norse Cardinals Apaches

Ronny Feldman (Entering 1st Season) Scott Taylor (2 yrs. 6-12/ 2 yrs. 6-12) J.J. Eckert (6 yrs. 35-28 / 4 yrs. 22-20) Nick Bobeck (3 yrs. 32-3 / 3 yrs. 32-3) Dale Patterson (8 yrs. 60-26 / 8 yrs. 60-26) Brad Smiley (4 yrs. 20-21 / 4 yrs. 20-21) Danny Palmer (4 yrs. 20-16 / 4 yrs. 20-16)

2011 Predictions*

Past SWJCFC Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

2001 - Kilgore 2002 - Northeastern Okla. 2003 - Northeastern Okla. 2004 - Kilgore 2005 - Trinity Valley 2006 - Blinn 2007 - Navarro 2008 - Blinn 2009 - Blinn 2010 - Navarro

1957 - Texarkana^ 1959 - Northeastern Okla. *1960 - Tyler 1966 - Kilgore 1967 - Northeastern Okla. 1969 - Northeastern Okla. 1979 - Ranger^ 1980 - Northeastern Okla. 1986 - Northeastern Okla. 1989 - Navarro 1991 - Northeastern Okla. 1994 - Trinity Valley 1995 - Blinn 1996 - Blinn 1997 - Trinity Valley 2006 - Blinn 2009 - Blinn 2010 - Navarro

School Navarro Blinn Trinity Valley Kilgore Cisco Tyler NEO

Navarro Blinn Trinity Valley Cisco Kilgore Tyler NE Oklahoma

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES: November 5, 2011 - SWJCFC Semifinals November 12, 2011 - SWJCFC Championship December 3, 2011 - C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl, Copperas Cove, Texas

^No longer plays NJCAA football *Co-National Championship

Blinn

Cisco

Kilgore

Navarro

Conf. 7-0 5-2 5-3 4-4 4-3 3-4 1-6

Overall 11-1 8-3 6-5 4-6 5-4 3-5 1-8

SWJCFC Semifinals Navarro 38, Kilgore 22 Trinity Valley 59, Blinn 38 SWJCFC Championship Navarro 52, Trinity Valley 27

2010 SWJCFC 1st Team Honors Offense *Jacob Morgan, QB, Cisco *Josh Johnson, RB, Trinity Valley Marion Grice, RB, Blinn Jarmon Johnson, WR, Cisco Shaun Rutherford, WR, Blinn Clifton Bellard, TE, Cisco Ken Van Huele, OL, Cisco Mike Yoder, OL, Blinn Nick Johnson, OL, Navarro Clay Spruill, OL, Tyler Taylor Meighen, OL, Kilgore Philander Moore, RS, Blinn Cade Oliver,LS, Kilgore Ryan Bustin, K, Kilgore Defense Toby Jackson, DL, Navarro Rufus Johnson, DL, Kilgore Jacoby Alexander, DL, Tyler Lorenza Young, DL, Cisco *Princeton Jackson, LB, Blinn Jecorey Quarterman, LB, Kilgore Steven Uasike, LB, Cisco Rikko Harris, LB, Tyler Maurice Hood, DB, Tyler Tyrus McGlothlen, DB, Cisco Darren Woodard, DB, Kilgore Terrance Leach, DB, Kilgore Brad Dunivant, P, TVCC *Conference MVP’s

NE Oklahoma A&&M

Trinity Valley

Tyler

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SOUTHWEST JUNIOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Blinn College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: 14 Off. / 15 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Marion Grice

RB

6’0”

210

11

1st Team All-SWJCFC; 1169 yards, 17 TD

Xavier Maxwell

WR

6’1”

175

11

16 rec., 398 yards, 2 TD

Jacob Bennett

WR

6’1”

185

9

10 rec., 111 yards, 2 TD

Eddie Porter

LB

6’3”

235

9

22 tackles, 5 TFL, 0.5 sacks, 1 FR

Jeremy Baltazar

DB

6’0”

190

11

25 tackles, 4 PBU

John Gandy

DE

6’1”

260

11

29 tackles, 1.5 TFL, 4.5 sacks, 1 FR

Cisco College - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 7 Def. *Jacob Morgan

QB

6’4”

225

9

Honorable Mention All-American; 1867 pass yards, 15 TD

Jarrman Johnson

WR

5’9”

180

9

1st Team All-SWJCFC; 33 rec., 423 yards, 5 TD

Kali Rashaad

WR

5’7”

170

9

33 rec., 434 yards

Lorenza Young

DT

6’1”

280

9

1st Team All-SWJCFC; 27 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack

Tyrus McGlothlen

DB

5’9”

185

9

1st Team All-SWJCFC; 32 tackles, 2 TFL, 1 sack

Kilgore College - Returning Starters: 10 Off. / 1 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 8 Off. / 7 Def. Ricky Collins

WR

6’1”

195

10

34 rec., 654 yards, 3 TD

Olin Terry

RB

5’9”

205

10

420 yards, 10 TD

Isi Cocker

OL

6’1”

305

10

Adrian Blaylock

DE

5’11”

255

10

32 tackles, 2.5 sacks

Melvin Shead

DL

6’0”

290

10

23 tackles, 2 sacks

Navarro College - Returning Starters: 2 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 11 Off. / 10 Def. Adrian Nelson

QB

6’4”

235

11

22-40, 303 pass yards, 5 TD, 1 rush TD

Marquez Clark

WR

5’11”

185

12

19 rec., 251 yards, 2 TD

Jordan Jolly

WR

6’1”

185

12

13 rec., 189 yards, 1TD

Calvin Barnett

DL

6’3”

290

11

16 tackles, 2 TFL

Joey Searcy

DL

6’1”

295

12

29 tackles, 5 TFL, 3 sacks, 1 FR

Jeremy McKnight

DB

5’10”

190

10

14 tackles, 2 INT, 1 INT returned for TD

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 8 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 15 Off. / 20 Def. Beau Marsaln

QB

6’3”

220

9

236 pass yards, 2 TD

Deonte Morris Delans Griffin

TE

6’3”

240

9

1 rec., 3 yards

RB/RS

5’10”

190

9

2nd Team All-SWJCFC; 495 rush yards, 3 TD

Adrian Shoecraft

LB

5’11”

230

9

2nd Team All-SWJCFC; 98 tackles, 6 TFL, 4 sacks, 2 FF, 1 FR

Danny Williams

DE

6’4”

255

5

24 tackles

Trinity Valley Community College - Returning Starters: 9 Off. / 9 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 17 Def. Derel Walker

WR

6’2”

180

11

11 rec. 195 yards, 2 TD

James Jackson

TE/FB

6’1”

230

11

5 rec.. 42 yards, 1 TD

Keivon Gamble

CB

5’9”

175

11

36 tackles, 1 FF, 4 INT

Kent Gainous

DB

6’1”

200

11

31 tackles, 2 FF, 2 FR, 2 INT, 1 INT TD

Jermaine Longino

LB

5’10”

215

11

47 tackles, 1 sack

Tyler Junior College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 8 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / Def.11 Brock Wempa

OL

6’4”

315

8

Hunter Hogan

OL

6’3”

305

8

Rikko Harris

LB

5’10”

190

8

Richard Lyles

DB

6’3”

215

8

Jacoby Alexander

DL

6’1”

180

8

1st Team All-SWJCFC; 66.5 tackles, 9 TFL, 1 FR

1st Team All-SWJCFC; 28 tackles, 13 TFL, 6.5 sacks, 2 FF

*Returning All-American

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WESTERN STATES FOOTBALL LEAGUE Originally formed in 1984, the WSFL first consisted of ten schools, six from the Arizona Community College Conference (ACCAC) and four from the Intermountain Collegiate College Conference (ICAC). Over the years a number of schools have entered and left the league, to create its current nine-school membership. Previous members in include College of Eastern Utah, Ricks College and Dixie State College. In 1993 New Mexico Military entered the conference and Pima joined in 2001. Snow has won the conference title four out of the past five years. The WSFL has ties to the Top the Mountains Bowl, the Valley of the Sun Bowl and El Toro Bowl.

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

Arizona Western College Eastern Arizona College Glendale Community College Mesa Community College New Mexico Military Institute Phoenix College Pima Community College Scottsdale Community College Snow College

Yuma, Ariz. Thatcher, Ariz. Glendale, Ariz. Mesa, Ariz. Roswell, N.M. Phoenix, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Scottsdale, Ariz. Ephraim, Utah

Matadors Gila Monsters Gauchos Thunderbirds Broncos Bears Aztecs Fighting Artichokes Bears

Tom Minnick (4 yrs. 41-15 / 3 yrs. 24-9) John O’Mera (13 yrs. 86-58 / 6 yrs. 47-19) Mickey Bell (4 yrs. 28-15 / 4 yrs. 28-15) Greg Croshaw (Entering First Season) Josh Lynn (Entering First Season) Land Jacobsen (7 yrs. 26-32 / 3 yrs. 13-18) Pat Nugent (2 yrs. 3-18 / 2 yrs. 3-18) Doug Madoski (5 yrs. 24-26 / 5 yrs. 24-26) Tyler Hughes (Entering First Season)

2011 Predictions*

Past WSFL Champs

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Standings

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

2001 - Dixie State^ 2002 - Dixie State^ 2003 - Dixie State^ 2004 - Scottsdale 2005 - Glendale 2006 - Snow 2007 - Snow 2008 - Snow 2009 - Arizona Western 2010 - Snow

1964 - Phoenix 1973 - Mesa 1975 - Mesa 1985 - Snow 1988 - Glendale 2000 - Glendale 2005 - Glendale

School Conf. Arizona Western 8-1 Snow 7-1 Eastern Arizona 7-3 Glendale 7-3 Scottsdale 5-4 New Mexico Mil. 3-6 Phoenix 2-8 Pima 2-8 Mesa 1-9

Arizona Western Snow Eastern Ariz. Scottsdale Glendale New Mexico Mil. Phoenix Mesa Pima

*Based on Coaches Survey

IMPORTANT DATES:

No conference playoffs

^No longer in NJCAA

2010 WSFL 1st Team Honors

The WSFL does hold a playoff at end of season.

December 3, 2011 - Valley of the Sun Bowl, Phoenix, Ariz. December 3, 2011 - Top of the Mountains Bowl, Salt Lake City, Utah December 3, 2011 - El Toro Bowl, Yuma, Ariz.

Arizona Western

Eastern Arizona

Overall 10-2 10-2 8-4 8-3 6-4 3-8 2-8 3-8 1-9

Glendale

Mesa

New Mexico Military

Phoenix

Pima

Scottsdale

Snow

Offense David Vega, QB, New Mexico Military Reggie Bullock, RB, Arizona Western Rashon Evans, RB, Eastern Arizona Derrick Lowe, WR, Phoenix Xan Mangum, WR, New Mexico Military Ge’shun Harris, WR, Arizona Western Drew Robinson, TE, Snow Mark Pratt, OL, Snow Nate Hartung, OL, Eastern Arizona Stetson Tenney, OL, Eastern Arizona Jordan Devey, OL, Snow Aaron Douglas, OL, Arizona Western Korian Chambers, OL, Arizona Western Aubra Taylor, RS, Pima Alex Sweat, K, Snow Defense Rusty Fernando, DL, Glendale Chad Lopati, DL, Arizona Western Al Lapuaho, DL, Snow McKay Frandsen, DL, Snow Kory Orth, DL, Eastern Arizona Alonzo Highsmith, LB, Phoenix Marice Alexander, LB, Arizona Western Bill Ross, LB, New Mexico Military Ray Cottman, LB, Glendale Isiah Wiley, DB, Eastern Arizona Preston Hadley, DB, Snow Terrell Thompson, DB, Glendale Travell Dixon, DB, Eastern Arizona Chad Isom, P, Snow *Conference MVP’s

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WESTERN STATES FOOTBALL LEAGUE

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 Arizona Western College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 12 Off. / 10 Def. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

GP

2010 Notes

Damien Williams Josh Ford

RB

6’1”

210

12

723 yards, 10 TD

WR

6’4”

215

12

20 rec, 252 yards, 2 TD

Calvin Tonga

DL

6’4”

320

12

28 tackles, 9 TFL. 2 sacks

Chris Young

DB

6’0”

215

12

2nd Team All-WSFL; 57 tackles, 1 sack, 2 INT

Steffon Martin

LB

6’2”

235

12

62 tackles, 17 TFL, 1 INT, 4 sacks

Eastern Arizona College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 23 Off. / 20 Def. Ellwood Clement

OL

6’5”

290

12

Stern Vile

OL

6’6”

320

11

Rashon Evans

RB

5’8”

180

12

1st Team All-WSFL; 906 yards, 8 TD

Travell Dixon

DB

6’2”

200

12

1st Team All-WSFL; 26 tackles, 2 INT

Denarius Hayles

LB

5’11”

235

12

55 tackles, 1 sack, 3 FF, 1 FR

Glendale Community College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: N/A Off. / N/A Def. Demetrius Wilson

WR

6’2”

180

11

Patrick Ward

OL

6’5”

285

11

1st Team All-WSFL; 29 rec., 733 yards, 4 TD

Cy Maughmer

DL

6’2”

290

11

22 tackles, 4 sacks

C.J. Randall

DL

6’5”

270

11

18 tackles, 1 TFL

Mesa Community College - Returning Starters: 3 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 8 Off. / 9 Def. Anthony Hemuli

FB

6’0”

250

0

Transfer Student from BYU

New Mexico Military Institute - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 6 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 12 Off. / 15 Def.

*Xan Magnum

WR

6’1”

205

11

Hon. Mention All-American; 64 rec, 1340 yards, 9 TD

David Vega

QB

6’0”

200

11

1st Team All-WSFL; 2829 pass yards, 22 TD

E.J. Perkins-Loving

RB

5’10”

170

11

765 yards, 9 TD

Deylan Buntyn

DL

6’4”

320

11

16 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 pass breakup

Phoenix College - Returning Starters: 2 Off. / 1 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 6 Def. Richard Parker

WR

6’0”

185

9

15 rec., 149 yards, 1 TD

Terry Williams

RB

5’10”

190

10

365 yards, 1 TD

Thomas Woodward

LB

6’2”

220

10

33 tackles, 3 sacks

Pima Community College - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 11 Def. Zander Mckean

QB

6’1”

190

11

Daniel Simmons

OL

6’4”

285

11

Pepa Fonokalfi

DE

6’1”

305

11

1,214 pass yards, 10 TD; 83 rush yards, 1 TD

2nd Team All-WSFL; 31 tackles 5.5 TFL, 0.5 sacks

Scottsdale Community College - Returning Starters: 6 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 10 Off. / 7 Def. Blake Jackson

TE

6’4”

227

10

33 rec., 540 yards, 9 TD

Cody Sokol

QB

6’2”

219

10

2,041 Yards, 23 TD

Jesse Brantley

WR

6’0”

205

10

36 rec., 743 yards, 8 TD

Mike Pennell

DL

6’5”

335

10

34 tackles, 10 TFL, 5 sacks, 1 FF

Chris Brown

DL

6’4”

321

9

30 tackles, 6 TFL, 3 sacks, 1 FR

Snow College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 8 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 18 Off. / 15 Def. Adam Eastman

QB

6'1

205

8

1239 pass yards,11 TD

Ronrei Lloyd

WR

6'3

185

11

6 rec., 97 yards, 1 TD; 31.5 KOR avg,1 TD

Alamoti Vaenuku

RB

5'11

215

12

164 yards in 25 attempts, 4 TD

Sione Tupouata

DE

6'4

255

12

49 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, 7 sacks

Riley Spackman

LB

5'11

225

12

43 tackles

*Returning All-American

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NJCAA INDEPENDENTS The 2011 NJCAA football season will feature six independent teams, with one new program to NJCAA football. Lon Morris College (Texas) will compete in its first varsity season of NJCAA Football after being a ’club’ team last year. Georgia Military is the most successful team of the Independents as they won a national title in 2001. Longtime Northeast Football Conference member Alfred State moves to independent status this year.

NJCAA Independents School

City, State

Mascot

Head Coach

Alfred State College Arkansas Baptist College Dakota College - Bottineau Georgia Military College Globe Institute of Technology Lon Morris College

Alfred, N.Y. Little Rock, Ark. Bottineau, N.D. Milledgeville, Ga. New York, N.Y. Jacksonville, Texas

Pioneers Buffaloes Lumberjacks Bulldogs Knights Bearcats

Mick Caba (15 yrs. 63-71 / 10 yrs. 49-60) Richard Wilson (4 yrs. 5-35 / 4 yrs. 5-35) Tim Pfeifer (1 yr. 3-5 / 1 yr. 3-5) Bert Williams (11 yrs. 88-28 / 11 yrs. 88-28) Corey Valentine (2 yrs. 8-8 / 2 yrs. 8-8) Johnnie Richey (1 yr. 5-2 / 1 yr. 5-2)

Past NJCAA Champs

2010 Final Records

2001 - Georgia Military

School Georgia Military Louisburg College* Globe Institute of Technology Arkansas Baptist Dakota-Bottineau Lon Morris Alfred State^

Overall 6-3 6-4 5-3 2-7 3-5 5-2 4-6

^2011 1st Season as an Independent *Now a member of the Northeast Football Conf.

Dakota - Bottineau

(Overall Yrs. & Rec./School, Yrs. & Rec.)

Georgia Military

Alfred State

Globe

Arkansas Baptist

Lon Morris

NJCAA INDEPENDENTS

TOP RETURNING PLAYERS FOR 2011 AlfredState College - Returning Starters: 4 Off. / 2 Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. GP 2010 Notes Devin Simmons WR 6’4” 225 8 3rd Team All-NFC; 18 rec., 235 yards, 1 TD Brett Harrington CB 6’0” 180 10 40 tackles, 2 FR, 3 INT *Colter Johnson P 6’4” 195 10 Honorable Mention NJCAA All-American; 51 punts 38.6 yd. avg. Arkansas Baptist College - Returning Starters: 7 Off. / 4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. Jordan Arthur OL 6’4” 290 10 Rashad Bryant LB 5’11” 205 10 Defensive Co-Captain Dakota College - Bottineau - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. NONE SUBMITTED Georgia Military College - Returning Starters: 7 Off. /4 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 13 Off. / 14 Def. Jarrett Neely RB/WR 5’11” 190 9 380 rush yards, 7 TD; 11 rec, 192 yards, 2 TD; 487 return yards Corey Washington WR 6’5” 200 9 11 rec, 264 yards, 4 TD RJ Robinson RB 6’2” 220 7 40 att., 346 rush yards, 5 TD; 8 rec., 126 pass yards Daniel McCullers DL 6’7” 380 9 27 tackles, 4 TFL, 1 FF, 4 PBU, 1 INT, 1 sack Globe Institute of Technology - Returning Starters: 5 Off. / 5 Def.; Returning Lettermen: 7 Off. / 6 Def. Richard Adams FB/RB 5’10” 215 5 N/A Elijah Lee DB 5’11” 180 9 8 INT, 6 PBU Javon Moore DB 6’1” 175 7 2 INT, 2 FR for TD Lon Morris College - Returning Starters: NA Off. / NA Def.; Returning Lettermen: NA Off. / NA Def. NONE SUBMITTED *Returning All-American

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201 1SCHEDULES 30


2011 SCHEDULES Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Butler Community College

Fort Scott Community College

El Dorado, Kan. Enrollment: 5,168

Fort Scott, Kan. Enrollment: 1,300

8/25

Navarro College

A

8/25

Blinn College

H

9/3

Fort Scott Community College

H

9/3

Butler Community College

A

9/10

Highland Community College

A

9/10

Independence Community College

A

9/17

Air Force Prep

H

9/17

Garden City Community College

H

9/24

Dodge City Community College

A

9/24

Coffeyville Community College

A

10/1

Garden City Community College

H

10/1

Hutchinson Community College

H

10/15

Dodge City Community College

A

10/8

Independence Community College

A

10/15

Coffeyville Community College

H

10/22

Dakota College at Bottineau

H

10/22

Hutchinson Community College

A

10/29

Highland Community College

H

Coffeyville Community College

Garden City Community College

Coffeyville, Kan. Enrollment: 1,248

Garden City, Kan. Enrollment: 1,227

8/27

Tyler Junior College

A

8/27

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

A

9/3

Dodge City Community College

A

9/3

Highland Community College

H

9/10

Garden City Community College

H

9/10

Coffeyville Community College

A

9/24

Fort Scott Community College

H

9/17

Fort Scott Community College

A

10/1

Air Force Prep

A

9/24

Air Force Prep

H

10/8

Highland Community College

H

10/1

Butler Community College

A

10/15

Butler Community College

A

10/15

Hutchinson Community College

H

10/22

Independence Community College

H

10/22

Dodge City Community College

A

10/29

Hutchinson Community College

H

10/29

Independence Community College

H

Dodge City Community College

Highland Community College

Dodge City, Kan. Enrollment: 1,105

Highland, Kan. Enrollment: 624

8/27

Cisco Junior College

H

8/27

Iowa Western Community College

H

9/3

Coffeyville Community College

H

9/3

Garden City Community College

A

9/17

Independence Community College

A

9/10

Butler Community College

H

9/24

Butler Community College

H

9/17

Hutchinson Community College

A

10/1

Highland Community College

A

9/24

Independence Community College

H

10/8

Hutchinson Community College

A

10/1

Dodge City Community College

H

10/15

Fort Scott Community College

H

10/8

Coffeyville Community College

A

10/22

Garden City Community College

H

10/22

Air Force Prep

H

10/29

Air Force Prep

A

10/29

Fort Scott Community College

A

31


2011 SCHEDULES Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (cont.) Hutchinson Community College

Independence Community College

Hutchinson, Kan. Enrolment: 3,067

Independence, Kan. Enrollment: 703

8/25

Kilgore College

H

8/27

Trinity Valley Community College

H

9/3

Independence Community College

H

9/3

Hutchinson Community College

A

9/9

Air Force Prep

A

9/10

Fort Scott Community College

H

9/17

Highland Community College

H

9/17

Dodge City Community College

H

10/1

Fort Scott Community College

A

9/24

Highland Community College

A

10/8

Dodge City Community College

H

10/8

Butler Community College

H

10/15

Garden City Community College

A

10/15

Air Force Prep

H

10/22

Butler Community College

H

10/22

Coffeyville Community College

A

10/29

Coffeyville Community College

A

10/29

Garden City Community College

A

Midwest Football Conference College of DuPage

Grand Rapids Community College

Glen Ellyn, Ill. Enrollment: 14,00

Grand Rapids, Mich. Enrollment: 9,131

8/27

Erie Community College

A

8/27

Gattaca Junior College

H

9/4

Marian University

A

9/3

University of Michigan-Flint

H

9/10

Iowa Central Community College

A

9/10

North Dakota State College of Science

A

9/17

Iowa Western Community College

H

9/17

Ellsworth Community College

H

9/24

North Dakota State College of Science

A

9/25

Iowa Central Community College

A

10/1

Ellsworth Community College

H

10/1

Iowa Western Community College

H

10/9

UW-Whitewater JV

A

10/8

Georgia Military College

A

10/15

Harper College

A

10/15

Joliet Junior College

A

10/22

Joliet Junior College

H

10/22

Harper College

H

10/29

Grand Rapids Community College

A

10/29

College of DuPage

H

Ellsworth Community College

Harper College

Iowa Falls, Iowa Enrollment: 950

Palatine, Ill. Enrollment: 21,243

8/25

APU Cole College

H

8/25

Trinity International JV

H

9/3

North East Oklahoma A&M

H

9/4

UW-Whitewater JV

A

9/10

Harper College

H

9/10

Ellsworth Community College

A

9/17

Grand Rapids Community College

A

9/17

Iowa Central Community College

H

9/24

Joliet Junior College

H

9/24

Iowa Western Community College

A

10/1

College of DuPage

A

10/1

North Dakota State College of Science

H

10/15

Iowa Central Community College

H

10/8

Dakota College of Bottineau

H

10/22

North Dakota State College of Science

A

10/15

College of DuPage

H

10/29

Iowa Western Community College

A

10/22

Grand Rapids Community College

A

10/29

Joliet Junior College

A

32


2011 SCHEDULES Midwest Football Conference (cont.) Iowa Central Community College

Iowa Western Community College

Fort Dodge, Iowa Enrollment: 5,001

Council Bluffs, Iowa Enrollment: 3,485

9/3

Arkansas Baptist College

H

8/27

Highland Community College

A

9/10

College of DuPage

H

9/3

Dakota College-Bottineau

H

9/17

Harper College

A

9/10

Joliet Junior College

H

9/25

Grand Rapids Community College

H

9/17

College of DuPage

A

10/2

Joliet Junior College

A

9/24

Harper College

H

10/9

Morningside College JV

H

10/1

Grand Rapids Community College

A

10/15

Ellsworth Community College

A

10/15

North Dakota State College of Science

H

10/22

Iowa Western Community College

H

10/22

Iowa Central Community College

A

10/29

North Dakota State College of Science

A

10/29

Ellsworth Community College

H

Joliet Junior College

North Dakota State College of Science

Joliet, Ill. Enrollment: 7,686

Wahpeton, N.D. Enrollment: 1,700

8/27

Arkansas Baptist College

A

8/27

Dakota College-Bottineau, N.D.

A

9/10

Iowa Western Community College

A

9/3

South Sound Community College

H

9/17

North Dakota State College of Science

H

9/10

Grand Rapids Community College

H

9/24

Ellsworth Community College

A

9/17

Joliet Junior College

A

10/2

Iowa Central Community College

H

9/24

College of DuPage

H

10/7

Air Force Academy JV

H

10/1

Harper College

A

10/15

Grand Rapids Community College

H

10/6

Concordia College JV

H

10/22

College of DuPage

A

10/15

Iowa Western Community College

A

10/29

Harper College

H

10/22

Ellsworth Community College

H

10/29

Iowa Central Community College

H

33


2011 SCHEDULES Minnesota Collegiate Athletic Conference Central Lakes College

Mesabi Range Community & Technical College

Brainerd, Minn. Enrollment: 2,340

Virginia, Minn. Enrollment: 1,300

8/27

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

N

8/27

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

N

9/3

Northland Community & Technical College

H

9/3

Ridgewater College

A

9/10

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/10

Central Lakes College

H

9/17

Itasca Community College

H

9/17

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/24

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/24

Vermilion Community College

A

10/1

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/1

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/8

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/6

Itasca Community College

A

10/15

Vermilion Community College

A

10/13

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

H

10/22

Ridgewater College

H

10/20

Northland Community & Technical College

H

Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College

Minnesota State Community & Technical College

Cloquet, Minn. Enrollment: 920

Fergus Falls, Minn. Enrollment: 824

8/27

Central Lakes College

N

8/27

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

N

9/3

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/3

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

H

9/10

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

H

9/10

Northland Community & Technical College

A

9/17

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/17

Vermilion Community College

H

9/24

Itasca Community College

H

9/24

Ridgewater Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/1

Northland Community & Technical College

A

10/1

Central Lakes College

H

10/8

Ridgewater College

H

10/8

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/13

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/15

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/20

Vermillion Community College

H

10/20

Itasca Community College

A

Itasca Community College

Minnesota West Community & Technical College

Grand Rapids, Minn. Enrollment: 998

Worthington, Minn. Enrollment: 724

8/27

Ridgewater College

N

8/27

Vermilion Community College

N

9/3

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/3

Itasca Community College

H

9/10

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

H

9/10

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

A

9/17

Central Lakes College

A

9/17

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

H

9/24

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

A

9/24

Northland Community & Technical College

A

9/29

Vermilion Community College

H

10/1

Ridgewater College

H

10/6

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/8

Central Lakes College

A

10/13

Northland Community & Technical College

A

10/15

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/20

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/21

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

H

34


2011 SCHEDULES Minnesota Collegiate Athletic Conference (cont.) Northland Community & Technical College

Ridgewater College

Thief River Falls, Minn. Enrollment: 2,600

Willmar, Minn. Enrollment: 2,252

8/26

Rochester Community College

N

8/27

Itasca Community College

N

9/3

Central Lakes College

A

9/3

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

H

9/10

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

H

9/10

Vermilion Community College

A

9/17

Ridgewater Community College

A

9/17

Northland Community & Technical College

H

9/24

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

H

9/24

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/1

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

H

10/1

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/8

Vermilion Community College

A

10/8

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

A

10/13

Itasca Community College

H

10/15

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/20

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/22

Central Lakes College

A

Rochester Community & Technical College

Vermilion Community College

Rochester, Minn. Enrollment: 4,285

Ely, Minn. Enrollment: 575

8/26

Northland Community & Technical College

N

8/27

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

N

9/3

Vermilion Community College

H

9/3

Rochester Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/10

Itasca Community College

A

9/10

Ridgewater College

H

9/17

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

H

9/17

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/24

Central Lakes College, Minn.

H

9/24

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/1

Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. College

A

9/29

Itasca Community College

A

10/8

Minn. State Comm. & Tech. College

H

10/8

Northland Community & Technical College

H

10/15

Ridgewater College

A

10/15

Central Lakes College, Minn.

H

10/21

Minn. West Comm. & Tech. College

A

10/20

Fond du Lac Tribal & Comm. College

A

Mississippi Association of Community & Junior Colleges Coahoma Community College

East Mississippi Community College

Clarksdale, Miss. Enrollment: 2,025

Scooba, Miss. Enrollment: 4,140

9/1

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

H

9/1

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

H

9/8

Jones County Junior College

A

9/8

Hinds Community College

A

9/15

Holmes Community College

A

9/15

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

9/22

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

9/22

Itawamba Community College

H

9/29

East Mississippi Community College

A

9/29

Coahoma Community College

H

10/8

Itawamba Community College

H

10/8

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

A

10/13

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

H

10/15

Pearl River Community College

A

10/22

Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College

A

10/22

Mississippi Delta Community College

H

10/27

Mississippi Delta Community College

A

10/27

Holmes Community College

A

35


2011 SCHEDULES Mississippi Association of Community & Junior Colleges (cont.) Holmes Community College

Northeast Mississippi Community College

Goodman, Miss. Enrollment: 3,144

Booneville, Miss. Enrollment: 3,001

9/1

Southwest Community College

A

9/1

East Central Community College

H

9/8

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

H

9/8

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

9/15

Coahoma Community College

H

9/15

Mississippi Delta Community College

A

9/22

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

A

9/22

Holmes Community College

H

9/29

Jones Junior College

H

9/29

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

10/8

Mississippi Delta Community College

H

10/8

East Mississippi Community College

H

10/13

Itawamba Community College

A

10/13

Coahoma Community College

A

10/22

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

10/20

Itawamba Community College

H

10/27

East Mississippi Community College

H

10/27

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

A

Itawamba Community College

Northwest Mississippi Community College

Fulton, Miss. Enrollment: 7,020

Senatobia, Miss. Enrollment: 6,000

9/1

Hinds Community College

A

9/1

Pearl River Community College

H

9/8

Pearl River Community College

H

9/8

East Central Community College

A

9/15

East Central Community College

H

9/15

East Mississippi Community College

H

9/22

East Mississippi Community College

A

9/22

Coahoma Community College

A

10/1

Mississippi Delta Community College

H

9/29

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

H

10/8

Coahoma Community College

A

10/6

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

10/13

Holmes Community College

H

10/13

Mississippi Delta Community College

A

10/20

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

A

10/22

Holmes Community Colleges

H

10/27

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

10/27

Itawamba Community College

A

Mississippi Delta Community College

Copiah Lincoln Community College

Moorhead, Miss. Enrollment: 2,068

Wesson, Miss. Enrollment: 4,047

9/1

Jones County Junior College

A

9/1

Coahoma Community College

A

9/8

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

H

9/8

Holmes Community College

A

9/15

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

H

9/15

Hinds Community College

H

9/22

Hinds Community College

H

9/24

Jones County Junior College

A

10/1

Itawamba Community College

A

9/29

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

10/8

Holmes Community College

A

10/6

Pearl River Community College

A

10/13

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

10/15

Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College

H

10/22

East Mississippi Community College

A

10/20

East Central Community College

A

10/27

Coahoma Community College

H

10/27

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

H

36


2011 SCHEDULES Mississippi Association of Community & Junior Colleges (cont.) East Central Community College

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

Decatur, Miss. Enrollment: 2,501

Perkinston, Miss. Enrollment: 8,244

9/1

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

A

9/1

East Mississippi Community College

A

9/8

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

9/8

Mississippi Delta Community College

A

9/15

Itawamba Community College

A

9/15

Jones County Junior College

H

9/22

Pearl River Community College

H

9/22

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

9/29

Hinds Community College

A

9/29

Pearl River Community College

H

10/8

Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College

H

10/8

East Central Community College

A

10/15

Jones County Junior College

A

10/15

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

A

10/20

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

H

10/22

Coahoma Community College

H

10/27

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

10/29

Hinds Community College

H

Hinds Community College

Pearl River Community College

Raymond, Miss. Enrollment: 10,933

Poplarville, Miss. Enrollment: 3,500

9/1

Itawamba Community College

H

9/8

East Mississippi Community College

H

9/15

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

A

9/22

Mississippi Delta Community College

A

9/29

East Central Community College

H

10/6

Jones County Junior College

H

10/15

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

10/22

Pearl River Community College

H

10/29

Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College

A

9/1

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

A

9/8

Itawamba Community College

A

9/15

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

9/22

East Central Community College

A

9/29

Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College

A

10/6

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

H

10/15

East Mississippi Community College

H

10/22

Hinds Community College

A

10/27

Jones County Junior College

H

Southwest Mississippi Community College

Jones County Junior College

Summit, Miss. Enrollment: 2,055

Ellisville, Miss. Enrollment: 5,000 9/1

Mississippi Delta Community College

H

9/8

Coahoma Community College

H

9/15

Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College

A

9/24

Copiah-Lincoln Community College

H

9/29

Holmes Community College

A

10/6

Hinds Community College

A

10/15

East Central Community College

H

10/20

Southwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

10/27

Pearl River Community College

A

9/1

Holmes Community College

H

9/8

Northeast Mississippi Comm. College

A

9/15

Pearl River Community College

A

9/22

Mississippi Gulf Coast Comm. College

H

9/29

Copiah Lincoln Community College

A

10/6

Northwest Mississippi Comm. College

H

10/15

Hinds Community College

H

10/20

Jones County Junior College

A

10/27

East Central Community College

H

37


2011 SCHEDULES Northeast Football Conference ASA

Hudson Valley Community College

Bronx, N.Y. Enrollment: 3,200

Troy, N.Y. Enrollment: 8,478

8/26

Albright College JV

A

9/10

ASA

A

9/10

Hudson Valley Community College

H

9/17

Lackawanna College

H

9/18

Army JV

A

9/24

Dean College

H

9/25

Wagner College JV

A

10/1

Erie Community College

A

10/8

Dean College

A

10/8

Nassau Community College

A

10/15

Lackawanna College

H

10/22

Louisburg College

H

10/22

Erie Community College

A

10/29

Navy Prep

H

10/29

Widener University JV

A

11/5

Alfred State College

H

11/5

Louisburg College

H

11/12

Nassau Community College

A

Lackawanna College Scranton, Pa. Enrollment: 1,341

Dean College Franklin, Mass. Enrollment: 900 9/3

Navy Prep

H

9/10

St. Anselm College JV

A

9/18

Yale University JV

A

9/24

Hudson Valley Community College

A

10/1

Louisburg College

H

10/8

ASA

H

10/15

Erie Community College

A

10/22

Nassau Community College

H

10/30

Worcester Polytechnic Institute JV

A

11/5

Lackawanna College

A

9/4

Widener University JV

A

9/10

Globe Institute of Technology

A

9/17

Hudson Valley Community College

A

9/24

Louisburg College

A

10/1

Nassau Community College

H

10/8

Erie Community College

H

10/15

ASA

A

10/23

Tiffin University JV

A

11/5

Dean College

H

11/12

Georgia Military College

N

Louisburg College Louisburg, N.C. Enrollment: 586

Erie Community College Buffalo, N.Y. Enrollment: 12,000

9/3

Erie Community College

H

8/27

College of DuPage

H

9/10

Fork Union Military Academy

H

9/3

Louisburg College

A

9/17

Virginia University of Lynchburg

A

9/17

Alfred State College

A

9/24

Lackawanna College

H

9/24

Nassau Community College

A

10/1

Dean College

A

10/1

Hudson Valley Community College

H

10/8

Virginia Sports Academy

H

10/8

Lackawanna College

A

10/15

Alfred State College

A

10/15

Dean College

H

10/22

Hudson Valley Community College

A

10/22

ASA

H

10/29

Nassau Community College

H

10/29

Milford Academy

H

11/5

ASA

A

38


2011 SCHEDULES Northeast Football Conference Cont.

Southwest JC Football Conference

Nassau Community College

Blinn College

Garden City, N.Y. Enrollment: 14,500

Brenham, Texas; Enrollment: 2,160

9/4

St. Francis University JV

A

8/25

Fort Scott Community College

A

9/9

Sacred Heart University JV

A

9/2

Southeast Prep (Houston)

H

9/17

Navy Prep

A

9/10

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

H

9/24

Erie Community College

H

9/17

Arkansas Baptist University

A

10/1

Lackawanna College

A

10/1

Navarro Junior College

H

10/8

Hudson Valley Community College

H

10/8

Tyler Junior College

H

10/15

Globe Institute of Technology

H

10/15

Trinity Valley Community College

H

10/22

Dean College

A

10/22

Kilgore College

A

10/29

Louisburg College

A

10/29

Cisco Junior College

A

11/12

ASA

H Cisco Junior College Cisco, Texas Enrollment: 3,006

Kilgore College Kilgore, Texas Enrollment: 5,400

8/27

Dodge City Community College

A

8/25

Hutchinson Community College

A

9/10

New Mexico Military Institute

H

9/3

Tyler Junior College

H

9/17

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

A

9/10

Trinity Valley Community College

A

9/24

Lon Morris College

A

9/24

Navarro College

H

10/1

Tyler Junior College

A

10/1

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

H

10/8

Kilgore College

H

10/8

Cisco Junior College

A

10/15

Navarro College

A

10/15

Arkansas Baptist College

A

10/22

Trinity Valley Community College

H

10/22

Blinn College

H

10/29

Blinn College

H

10/29

Tyler Junior College

A Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

Navarro College

Miami, Okla. Enrollment: 1,532

Coriscana, Texas Enrollment: 2,742 8/25

Butler Community College

H

9/3

Georgia Military College

A

9/17

Tyler Junior College

H

9/24

Kilgore College

A

10/1

Blinn College

A

10/8

Arkansas Baptist College

A

10/15

Cisco Junior College

H

10/22

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

H

10/29

Trinity Valley Community College

A

8/27

Garden City Community College

H

9/3

Ellsworth Community College

A

9/10

Blinn College

A

9/17

Cisco Junior College

H

10/1

Kilgore College

A

10/8

Trinity Valley Community College

A

10/15

Tyler Junior College

H

10/22

Navarro College

A

10/29

Arkansas Baptist College

H

39


2011 SCHEDULES Southwest JC Football Conference (cont.) Trinity Valley Community College

Tyler Junior College

Athens, Texas Enrollment: 2,231

Tyler, Texas Enrollment: 7,065

8/27

Independence Community College

A

8/27

Coffeyville Community College

H

9/3

Lon Morris College

H

9/3

Kilgore College

A

9/10

Kilgore College

H

9/17

Navarro College

A

9/24

Tyler Junior College

A

9/24

Trinity Valley Community College

H

10/1

Arkansas Baptist College

H

10/1

Cisco Junior College

H

10/8

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

H

10/8

Blinn Community College

A

10/15

Blinn College

A

10/15

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

A

10/22

Cisco Junior College

A

10/22

Lon Morris College

H

10/29

Navarro College

H

10/29

Kilgore College

H

Western States Football League Arizona Western College

Eastern Arizona College

Yuma, Ariz. Enrollment: 4,300

Thatcher, Ariz. Enrollment: 2,001

8/27

Monterey Tech

A

8/27

University of Sonora

H

9/10

Mesa Community College

H

9/1

Green River Community College

H

9/17

Phoenix College

H

9/10

Everett Community College

H

9/24

Scottsdale Community College

A

9/17

Glendale Community College

H

10/1

Pima Community College

H

9/24

Mesa Community College

H

10/8

New Mexico Military Institute

H

10/1

Scottsdale Community College

H

10/15

Green River Preparatory

H

10/8

Pima Community College

A

10/22

Glendale Community College

A

10/15

New Mexico Military Institute

A

10/29

Eastern Arizona College

H

10/22

Snow College

H

11/5

Snow College

A

10/29

Arizona Western College

A

11/12

Mesa Community College

A

11/12

Phoenix College

A

Glendale Community College

New Mexico Military Institute

Glendale, Ariz. Enrollment: 12,000

Roswell, N.M. Enrollment: 500

9/3

Pima Community College

H

9/2

Air Force Prep

A

9/10

Phoenix College

A

9/10

Cisco Junior College

A

9/17

Eastern Arizona College

A

9/24

Glendale Community College

H

9/24

New Mexico Military Institute

A

10/1

Mesa Community College

A

10/1

Snow College

H

10/8

Arizona Western College

A

10/8

Scottsdale Community College

A

10/15

Eastern Arizona College

H

10/15

Phoenix College

H

10/22

Scottsdale Community College

H

10/22

Arizona Western College

H

10/29

Phoenix Community College

A

11/5

Mesa Community College

H

11/5

Pima Community College

H

11/12

Pima Community College

A

11/12

Snow College

A

40


2011 SCHEDULES Western States Football League (cont.) Mesa Community College

Pima Community College

Mesa, Ariz. Enrollment: 10,001

Tucson, Ariz. Enrollment: 23,588

8/25

Arizona All-Stars

H

9/3

Glendale Community College

A

9/3

Snow College

H

9/10

Scottsdale Community College

H

9/10

Arizona Western College

A

9/17

Snow College

H

9/17

Scottsdale Community College

H

9/24

Phoenix College

A

9/24

Eastern Arizona College

A

10/1

Arizona Western College

A

10/1

New Mexico Military Institute

H

10/8

Eastern Arizona College

H

10/15

Snow College

A

10/15

Scottsdale Community College

A

10/22

Phoenix College

H

10/29

Mesa Community College

H

10/29

Pima Community College

A

11/5

New Mexico Military Institute

A

11/5

Glendale Community College

A

11/12

Glendale Community College

H

11/12

Arizona Western College

H

Scottsdale Community College Scottsdale, Ariz. Enrollment: 4,950

Phoenix College Phoenix, Ariz. Enrollment: 4,531

9/3

Phoenix College

H

9/10

Pima Community College

A

9/17

Mesa Community College

A

9/24

Arizona Western College

H

10/1

Eastern Arizona College

A

10/8

Glendale Community College

H

10/15

Pima Community College

H

10/22

New Mexico Military Institute

A

10/29

Snow College

H

11/5

Phoenix College

A

9/3

Scottsdale Community College

A

9/10

Glendale Community College

H

9/17

Arizona Western College

A

9/24

Pima Community College

H

10/1

New Mexico Prep

H

10/8

Snow College

A

10/15

Glendale Community College

A

10/22

Mesa Community College

A

10/29

New Mexico Military Institute

H

11/5

Scottsdale Community College

H

Snow College

11/12

Eastern Arizona College

H

Ephraim, Utah Enrollment: 2,600 9/3

Mesa Community College

A

9/10

Georgia Military College

H

9/17

Pima Community College

A

9/22

Air Force Prep

H

10/1

Glendale Community College

A

10/8

Phoenix College, Ariz.

H

10/15

Mesa Community College

H

10/22

Eastern Arizona College

A

10/29

Scottsdale Community College

A

11/5

Arizona Western College

H

11/12

New Mexico Military Institute

H

41


2011 SCHEDULES NJCAA Independents Arkansas Baptist College

Dakota College at Bottineau

Little Rock, Ark. Enrollment: 650

Bottineau, N.D. Enrollment: 396

8/27

Joliet Count Junior College

H

8/27

North Dakota State College of Science

H

9/3

Iowa Central Community College

A

9/3

Iowa Western Community College

A

9/10

Lon Morris College

H

9/18

Concordia College JV

H

9/17

Blinn College

H

10/1

Trinity Bible College

H

9/24

Georgia Military College

A

10/8

Harper Coilege

A

10/1

Trinity Valley Community College

A

10/16

Concordia College JV

A

10/8

Navarro College

H

10/22

Fort Scott Community College

A

10/15

Kilgore College

H

10/29

Trinity Bible College

A

10/29

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

A

11/3

Shepherd Technical College

H

Globe Institute of Technology New York, N.Y. Enrollment: 500

Alfred State College Alfred, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,900

8/27

Widener University JV

A

9/2

Valley Forge Military College JV

A

9/12

Buffalo State College JV

H

9/10

Lackawanna College

H

9/17

Erie Community College

H

9/18

FDU-Florham

A

9/24

Thaddeus Stevens College of Tech.

H

9/24

Williamson Free Trade School

H

10/1

Globe Institute of Technology

A

10/1

Alfred State College

H

10/9

Lycoming College JV

A

10/8

Army Prep

A

10/15

Louisburg College

H

10/15

Nassau Community College

A

10/22

Wright State University Club

A

10/24

Delaware Valley

A

10/30

Allegheny College JV

A

10/30

Nichols College

A

11/5

Hudson Valley Community College

A

10/24

Milford Academy

H

12/4

Tidewater Community College

A

Georgia Military College

Lon Morris College

Milledgeville, Ga. Enrollment: 1,200

Jacksonville, Texas Enrollment: 763

9/3

Navarro College

H

8/27

Shepherd Technical College

A

9/10

Snow College

A

9/3

Trinity Valley Community College

A

9/17

Hargrave Military Academy

A

9/10

Arkansas Baptist College

A

9/24

Arkansas Baptist College

H

9/17

Southeast Prep

A

9/29

Valdosta State University JV

A

9/24

Cisco

H

10/8

Grand Rapids Community College

H

10/3

East Texas Baptist

H

10/22

Green River Prep (Wash.)

H

10/8

Shepherd Technical College

A

10/27

North Carolina Tech

H

10/22

Tyler JC

A

11/5

Chattahoochee Tech

H

10/29

Southeast Prep

H

11/12

Lackawanna College

N

11/7

East Texas Baptist

A

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2010 FINAL NJCAA FOOTBALL POLL Rank

College

Record

Total Votes

2010 Highlights

1

Navarro College, Texas

11-1

140

Won 2nd National Championship in school history with win over Butler in Citizen’s Bank Bowl.

2

Butler CC, Kan.

11-1

132

Fell to Navarro in 2010 national title game.

3

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC

10-2

124

4

*Nassau CC, N.Y.

11-0

114

Won the MACJC title and defeated Grand Rapids in the Mississippi Bowl. Won Northeast Football Conf. and finished season undefeated record.

5 6

Hutchinson CC, Kan. Northwest Mississippi CC

10-2 9-1

108 102

7

Snow College, Utah

10-2

97

8

Grand Rapids CC, Mich.

10-2

93

9 10 11 12 13

Arizona Western College Blinn College, Texas Iowa Western CC Lackawanna College, Pa. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss.

10-2 8-3 9-2 9-2 9-2

79 75 71 68 65

Lost to Blinn College in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl

14

Ellsworth CC, Iowa

8-3

41

Def. Iowa Western for MFC West Title and participated in Graphic Edge Bowl.

15 16

Glendale CC, Ariz. Iowa Central CC

7-4 7-3

40 35

Advanced to Valley of the Sun Bowl where they defeated Central Lakes.

17

Rochester CTC, Minn.

10-2

22

Defeated Central Lakes for MCAC Championship, fell to Iowa Central in North Star Bowl.

18 19 20

Central Lakes College, Minn. Georgia Military College Eastern Arizona College

10-2 6-3 9-3

20 17 11

Runner up in MCAC, participated in Valley of the Sun Bowl.

Defeated Eastern Arizona College in the Salt City Bowl. Won MACJC-North, lost to Miss. Gulf Coast in MACJC semifinals. Defeated Iowa Western in the ZIONS Bank Top of the Mountains Bowl. Won the MFC for its second straight year, lost to Miss. Gulf Coast in Mississippi Bowl. Defeated Arizona Western College in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl Fell to Snow in program’s first ever bowl game appearance. Finished second in the NFC and def. Ellsworth in Graphic Edge Bowl. Fell to Miss Gulf Coast in MACJC Championship Game.

Defeated Rochester in North Star Bowl.

Sixth consecutive season with 6 or more wins. Finished third in the WSFL, fell to Hutchinson in Salt City Bowl.

*2010 Top NJCAA Non-Scholarship Team

Navarro’s DePauldrick Garrett had 106 yds and scored the lone TD for the Bulldogs in their win over Butler in the Citizen’s Bank Bowl.

Photos by: Kathleen Hinrichs; Director of Public Relations, Fort Scott CC.

Navarro head coach Nick Bobeck is all smiles after being presented the 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Trophy. The Bulldogs edged Butler (Kan.) 13-12 to win the program’s second national title.

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A LOOK BACK

AT

2010

Navarro'’s Win Over Butler Seals First NJCAA Football Championship Since '’89 for Bulldogs COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Dec. 6, 2010) - For the second consecutive year, the NJCAA Football Championship was clinched in the final minute of a thrilling contest. Jueventino Sanchez of Navarro College (Texas) nailed a 28yard field goal with just over a minute remaining in the fourth quarter to defeat top-ranked Butler (Kan.) 13-12 on Dec. 5th at the 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game, which was held at the Citizen's Bank Bowl in Pittsburg, Kan., for the second straight year. The win gave the Navarro (11-1) its second national championship in football (1989) and the No. 1 ranking in the final NJCAA Football Top 20 poll. Navarro and Butler battled to a 0-0 score after one half of play, but both teams scored on their first possessions of the third quarter. Navarro was able to get its offense going via the legs of Depauldrick Garrett who finished with 106 yards on 15 carries. The Bulldogs were able to gain 163 yards on the ground for the game after being limited to just 28 rushing yards in the first half.

Navarro’s Toby Jackson sacks Butler QB Zach Mettenberger late in the second half of the 2010 NJCAA Football Championship. Jackson had two sacks and six tackles to lead the Bulldogs to a 13-12 win and was named the game’s Defensive MVP. Photo by and courtesy of Jeremy Pierra of Navarro College.

"This is very rewarding," said Navarro head coach Nick Bobeck, who is now an astounding 32-3 in three seasons leading the Bulldogs. "I'm very proud of the accomplishments of this group of kids. We didn't play great, but these kids reached down within themselves and found enough inside to get the win."

Navarro's defense was able to shutdown a Butler offense that was averaging over 40 points a contest heading into the title game. The Bulldogs sacked Butler quarterback Zach Mettenberger four times, twice in the second half by defensive end Toby Jackson.

Ben Axon of Butler carries the ball in the 2010 Citizen’s Bank Bowl. Axon returns to the BCC in 2011 after rushing for nearly 1,000 yards and 9 TD’s in 2010. Photo by Kathleen Hinrichs; Director of Public Relations, Fort Scott CC.

For Butler (11-1), it was the program's first loss in a bowl game in five years and first loss in a national championship contest since 2004. The Grizzlies ended the 2010 season at No. 2 in the final poll. Mississippi Gulf Coast (10-2) was No. 3 in the final poll after outscoring Grand Rapids (Mich.) 63-52 in the Mississippi Bowl.

Nassau (N.Y.) and Hutchinson (Kan.) rounded out the top five spots in the final rankings. NOTE: As the highest ranking non-scholarship team in the final rankings, Nassau CC (N.Y.) is declared the 2010 NJCAA Top Non-Scholarship Team by the NJCAA Football Coaches Association.

The 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game had over 22,000 viewers on NJCAA TV and PSBLive.com. The game can be seen in its entirety via NJCAA TV archive at www.njcaa.org/tv.

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2010 NJCAA FOOTBALL POLLS Dec. 6, 2010 - Championship Poll

Nov. 15, 2010

Nov. 9, 2010

Nov. 2, 2010

1. Navarro College, Texas (11-1), 140 2. Butler CC, Kan. (11-1), 132 3. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (10-2), 124 4. Nassau CC, N.Y. (11-0), 114 5. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (10-2), 108 6. Northwest Mississippi CC (9-1), 102 7. Snow College, Utah (10-2), 97 8. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (10-2), 93 9. Arizona Western College (10-2), 79 10. Blinn College, Texas (8-3), 75 11. Iowa Western CC (9-2), 71 12. Lackawanna College, Pa. (9-2), 68 13. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (9-2), 65 14. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (8-3), 41 15. Glendale CC, Ariz. (7-4), 40 16. Iowa Central CC (7-3), 35 17. Rochester CTC, Minn. (10-2), 22 18. Central Lakes College, Minn. (10-2), 20 19. Georgia Military College (6-3), 17 20. Eastern Arizona College (9-3), 11

1. Butler CC, Kan. (11-0), 140 2. Navarro College, Texas (10-1), 131 3. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (10-1), 122 4. Arizona Western College (10-1), 119 5. Nassau CC, N.Y. (11-0), 114 6. Iowa Western CC (9-1), 104 7. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (9-2), 100 8. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (8-2), 88 9. Northwest Mississippi CC (9-1), 82 10. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (9-2), 73 11. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (9-2), 66 12. Rochester CTC, Minn. (10-1), 64 13. Snow College, Utah (9-2), 62 14. Lackawanna College, Pa. (8-2), 50 15. Central Lakes College, Minn. (10-1), 39 16. Blinn College, Texas (7-3), 29 17. Eastern Arizona College (8-3), 27 18. Iowa Central CC (6-3), 24 19. Glendale CC, Ariz. (7-3), 13 20. Georgia Military College (6-3), 11

1. Butler CC, Kan. (10-0), 140 2. Navarro College, Texas (9-1), 132 3. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (10-1), 123 4. Arizona Western College (9-1), 118 5. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (9-1), 111 6. Nassau, N.Y. CC (10-0), 105 7. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (9-1), 94 8. Iowa Western CC (9-1), 84 9. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (8-2), 80 10. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (8-2), 77 11. Northwest Mississippi CC (9-1), 76 12. Rochester CTC, Minn. (10-1), 67 13. Snow College, Utah (8-2), 54 14. Georgia Military College (6-2), 52 15. Central Lakes College, Minn. (10-1), 43 16. Lackawanna College, Pa. (7-2), 32 17. ASA, N.Y. (7-2), 24 18. Blinn College, Texas (7-3), 22 19. Iowa Central CC, Ariz. (6-3), 12 20. Eastern Arizona College (7-3), 10

1. Butler CC, Kan. (9-0), 139 2. Iowa Western CC (9-0), 130 3. Navarro College, Texas (8-1), 126 4. Northwest Mississippi CC (9-0), 122 5. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (9-1), 110 6. Arizona Western College (8-1), 106 7. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (8-1), 99 8. Nassau, N.Y. CC (9-0), 91 9. Central Lakes College, Minn. (10-0), 77 10. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (8-1), 76 11. Blinn College, Texas (7-2), 70 12. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (7-2), 57 13. Rochester CTC, Minn. (9-1), 49 14. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (7-2), 48 15. Snow College, Utah (7-2), 42 16. Georgia Military College (7-2), 38 17. Glendale CC, Ariz. (6-2), 32 18. Lackawanna College, Pa. (6-2), 23 19. ASA, N.Y. (6-2), 14 20. Iowa Central CC (6-3), 11

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Oct. 19, 2010

Oct. 12, 2010

Oct. 5, 2010

1. Butler CC, Kan. (9-0), 140 2. Iowa Western CC (8-0), 129 3. Navarro College, Texas (7-1), 122 4. Northwest Mississippi CC (8-0), 121 5. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (8-1), 111 6. Arizona Western College (7-1), 104 7. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (7-1), 99 8. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (7-1), 88 9. Nassau CC, N.Y. (8-0), 77 10. Central Lakes College, Minn. (9-0), 74 11. Glendale CC, Ariz. (6-1), 73 12. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (7-1), 64 12. Blinn College, Texas (6-2), 49 14. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (6-2), 48 15. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (6-2), 40 16. Rochester CTC, Minn. (8-1), 37 17. Snow College, Utah (6-2), 32 18. Georgia Military College (5-2), 30 19. Lackawanna College, Pa. (6-2), 17 20. ASA, N.Y. (6-2), 7

1. Butler CC, Kan. (8-0), 140 2. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (7-0), 133 3. Iowa Western CC (8-0), 122 4. Navarro College, Texas (6-1), 121 5. Northwest Mississippi CC (7-0), 114 6. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (7-1), 105 7. Arizona Western College (6-1), 96 8. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (6-1), 92 9. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (6-1), 81 10. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (6-1), 78 11. Central Lakes College, Minn. (8-0), 70 12. Snow College, Utah (6-1), 64 12. Nassau CC, N.Y. (7-0), 53 14. Glendale CC, Ariz. (5-1), 48 15. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (6-1), 42 16. Blinn College, Texas (5-2), 36 17. Rochester CTC, Minn. (7-1), 31 18. Northeast Mississippi CC (5-2), 23 19. Georgia Military College (4-2), 10 20. Lackawanna College (5-2), 6

1. Butler CC, Kan. (7-0), 140 2. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (6-0), 132 3. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (6-0), 125 4. Iowa Western CC (7-0), 116 5. Navarro College, Texas (5-1), 114 6. Northwest Mississippi CC (6-0), 108 7. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (6-1), 97 8. Arizona Western College (5-1), 85 8. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (6-0), 85 10. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (5-1), 73 11. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (5-1), 71 12. Central Lakes College, Minn. (7-0), 57 13. Snow College, Utah (5-1), 54 14. Georgia Military College (4-1), 48 15. Glendale CC, Ariz. (5-1), 46 16. Nassau CC, N.Y. (6-0), 42 17. Blinn College, Texas (4-2), 31 18. ASA, N.Y. (5-1), 16 19. Pearl River CC, Miss. (4-2), 15 20. Rochester CTC, Minn. (6-1), 11

1. Butler CC, Kan. (6-0), 140 2. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (5-0), 131 3. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (6-0), 125 4. Iowa Western CC (6-0), 118 5. Navarro College, Texas (4-1), 111 6. Glendale CC, Ariz. (5-0), 109 7. Northwest Mississippi CC (5-0), 99 8. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (5-1), 87 9. Arizona Western College (4-1), 82 10. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (5-0), 64 11. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (4-1), 58 12. Pearl River CC, Miss. (4-1), 57 13. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (4-1), 55 14. Central Lakes College, Minn. (6-0), 45 15. Georgia Military College (4-1), 38 16. Snow College, Utah (4-1), 35 17. Nassau CC, N.Y. (5-0), 32 18. Cisco College, Texas (3-1), 31 19. Blinn College, Texas. (3-0), 30 20. ASA, N.Y. (4-1), 10

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1. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (4-0), 139 2. Butler CC, Kan. (5-0), 134 3. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (4-0), 123 4. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (5-0), 119 5. Iowa Western CC (5-0), 110 6. Blinn College, Texas (3-1), 104 7. Navarro College, Texas (3-1), 95 7. Glendale CC, Ariz. (4-0), 95 9. Northwest Mississippi CC (4-0), 84 10. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (4-1), 77 11. Arizona Western College (3-1), 66 12. Lackawanna College, Pa. (4-0), 61 13. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (3-1), 52 14. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (4-0), 45 15. Central Lakes College, Minn. (5-0), 35 16. Georgia Military College (3-1), 34 17. Snow College, Utah (3-1), 31 18. Cisco College, Texas (4-0), 24 19. Nassau CC, N.Y. (4-0), 15 20. Rochester CTC, Minn. (4-1), 7 20. ASA, N.Y. (3-1), 7

1. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (3-0), 138 2. Butler CC, Kan. (4-0), 135 3. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (4-0) 125 4. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (4-0), 118 5. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (3-0), 107 6. Iowa Western CC (4-0), 102 7. Blinn College, Texas (3-1), 100 8. Navarro College, Texas (2-1), 84 9. Glendale CC, Ariz. (3-0), 80 10. Northwest Mississippi CC (3-0), 79 11. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (3-1), 62 12. Arizona Western College (2-1), 59 12. Rochester CTC, Minn. (4-0), 7 14. Lackawanna College, Pa. (3-0), 53 15. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (3-0), 45 16. Georgia Military College (2-1), 35 17. Snow College, Utah (2-1), 26 18. Central Lakes College, Minn. (4-0), 22 19. Cisco College, Texas (4-0), 12 20. ASA, N.Y. (2-1), 11 20. Nassau CC, N.Y. (3-0), 11

1. Arizona Western College (2-0), 138 2. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (2-0), 133 3. Butler CC, Kan. (3-0), 128 4. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (3-0) 119 5. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (3-0) 111 6. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (3-0), 106 7. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (3-0), 95 8. Blinn College, Texas (2-1), 84 9. Iowa Western CC (3-0), 79 10. Navarro College, Texas (1-1), 71 11. Northwest Mississippi CC (2-0), 67 12. Rochester CTC, Minn. (3-0), 63 13. Lackawanna College, Pa. (2-0), 54 14. Glendale CC, Ariz. (2-0), 47 15. Georgia Military College (1-1), 33 16. Copiah-Lincoln CC, Miss. (2-0), 26 17. Snow College, Utah (1-1), 25 18. Hinds CC, Miss. (2-0), 23 19. Tyler JC, Texas (1-1), 20 20. Central Lakes College, Minn. (3-0), 17

1. Blinn College, Texas (2-0), 139 2. Arizona Western College (1-0), 132 3. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (2-0), 125 4. Butler CC, Kan. (2-0), 119 5. Snow College, Utah (1-0), 110 6. Ellsworth CC, Iowa (2-0), 104 7. Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (2-0), 97 8. Hutchinson CC, Kan. (2-0), 90 9. Navarro College, Texas (1-1), 84 10. Coffeyville CC, Kan. (2-0), 76 11. Jones County JC, Miss. (1-0), 56 12. Dean College, Mass. (1-0), 54 13. Iowa Western CC (2-0), 45 14. Rochester CTC, Minn. (1-0), 43 15. Northwest Mississippi CC (1-0), 42 16. East Mississippi CC (0-1), 38 17. Lackawanna College, Pa. (1-0), 32 18. Tyler JC, Texas (1-1), 24 19. Fort Scott CC, Kan. (0-2), 13 20. Glendale CC, Ariz. (1-0), 13

2010 NJCAA / JC Football.com Preseason Poll - July 28, 2010 1. Blinn College, Texas; 2. Arizona Western College; 3. Fort Scott CC, Kan.; 4. Navarro College, Texas; 5. Mississippi Gulf Coast CC; 6. Butler CC, Kan.; 7. East Mississippi CC; 8. Snow College, Utah; 9. Ellsworth CC, Iowa; 10. Grand Rapids CC; 11. Hutchinson, Kan.; 12. Iowa Central CC; 13. Pearl River CC, Miss.; 14. Tyler JC, Texas; 15. Dean College, Mass.; 16. Eastern Arizona College; 17. Georgia Military College; 18. Coffeyville CC, Kan., 19. Jones County JC, Miss.; 20. Rochester CTC, Minn.; 21. Lackawanna College, Pa.; 22. Northwest Mississippi CC; 23. Iowa Western CC; 24. Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn.; 25. Coahoma CC, Miss.

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2010 F INAL C ONFERENCE S TANDINGS Kansas Jayhawk CCC School Conf. Overall Butler 7-0 11-1 Hutchinson 6-1 10-2 Independence 4-3 4-6 Coffeyville 4-3 6-5 Fort Scott 3-4 3-6 Highland 2-5 2-7 Garden City 2-5 3-6 Dodge City 0-7 0-9 Region 6 Semifinals Butler 31, Coffeyville 5 Hutchinson 24, Independence 17 Region 6 Championship Butler 48, Hutchinson 0

MCAC - North Division School Conf. Mesabi Range 7-2 Northland 6-3 Fond du Lac 5-4 Itasca 2-7 Vermilion 0-8

Overall 7-3 6-4 5-4 2-7 0-9

MCAC Semifinals Central Lakes 19, Northland 13 Rochester 26, Mesabi Range 6 MCAC Championship Rochester 34, Central Lakes 31

School Grand Rapids DuPage Harper Joliet

Conf. 6-1 3-4 1-6 0-7

Overall 10-2 7-5 2-7 2-8

MFC East Semi-finals Grand Rapids 24, Joliet 10 DuPage 28, Harper 7 MFC East Championship Grand Rapids 35, DuPage 7

MCAC - South Division School Central Lakes Rochester Minn. West Minn. State Ridgewater

Conf. 9-0 8-1 3-6 3-6 2-7

Overall 9-2 10-2 6-3 5-4 4-5 2-7 2-7

MACJC Semifinals Miss. Gulf Coast 52, Northwest 24 Copiah-Lincoln 48, East Miss. 21 MACJC Championship Miss. Gulf Coast 31, Copiah-Lincoln 17

Overall 10-2 10-2 3-6 3-6 2-7

School Iowa Western Ellsworth Iowa Central North Dakota

Conf. 7-0 5-2 4-3 2-5

Overall 9-2 8-3 7-3 4-5

MACJC - North Division School Conf. Northwest 9-0 East Mississippi 5-4 Itawamba 5-4 Northeast 5-4 Coahoma 4-5 Miss Delta 1-8 Holmes 0-9

Overall 9-1 5-5 5-4 5-4 4-5 1-8 0-9

MACJC Semifinals Miss. Gulf Coast 52, Northwest 24 Copiah-Lincoln 48, East Miss. 21 MACJC Championship Miss. Gulf Coast 31, Copiah-Lincoln 17

Northeast Football Conf. School Conf. Overall Nassau 6-0 11-0 Lackawanna 4-2 8-2 ASA 4-2 7-3 Dean 3-3 6-4 Erie 2-4 2-7 Alfred State^^ 1-5 4-6 Hudson Valley 1-5 1-6 Lon Morris - 2011 1st Season in Northeast

Southwest JC Football Conf. School Navarro Blinn Trinity Valley Kilgore Cisco Tyler NEO

Conf. 7-0 5-2 5-3 4-4 4-3 3-4 1-6

Overall 11-1 8-3 6-5 4-6 5-4 3-5 1-8

SWJCFC Semifinals Navarro 38, Kilgore 22 Trinity Valley 59, Blinn 38 SWJCFC Championship Navarro 52, Trinity Valley 27

No conference playoffs ^^No longer in Conference

Western States Football League School Conf. Arizona Western 8-1 Snow 7-1 Eastern Arizona 7-3 Glendale 7-3 Scottsdale 5-4 New Mexico Mil. 3-6 Phoenix 2-8 Pima 2-8 Mesa 1-9

Midwest Football Conf.- West

MFC West Championship Ellsworth 34, Iowa Western 14

MCAC Semifinals Central Lakes 19, Northland 13 Rochester 26, Mesabi Range 6 MCAC Championship Rochester 34, Central Lakes 31

MACJC - South Division School Conf. Copiah-Lincoln 8-1 Miss. Gulf Coast 7-2 Pearl River 6-3 Hinds 5-4 Southwest 4-5 East Central 2-7 Jones County 2-7

Midwest Football Conf. - East

Overall 10-2 10-2 8-4 8-3 6-4 3-8 2-8 3-8 1-9

NJCAA Independents School Georgia Military Louisburg College* Globe Institute of Technology Arkansas Baptist Dakota-Bottineau Lon Morris Alfred State^

Overall 6-3 6-4 5-3 2-7 3-5 5-2 4-6

^2011 1st Season as an Independent *Now a member of the Northeast Football Conf.

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2010 NJCAA BOWL RESULTS 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game

Zions Bank Top of the Mountains Bowl

Citizen’s Bank Bowl Dec. 5, 2010 Pittsburg State University’s Carnie Smith Stadium Pittsburg, Kan.

Dec. 4, 2010 Rio Tinto Stadium Salt Lake City, Utah

#2 Navarro College, Texas (11-1)

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#13 Snow College, Utah (10-2)

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#1 Butler CC, Kan. (11-1)

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#6 Iowa Western CC (9-2)

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North Star Bowl

Graphic Edge Bowl

Nov. 20, 2010 Rochester Regional Stadium Rochester, Minn.

Nov. 21, 2010 UNI Dome Cedar Falls, Iowa 2 Games

Iowa Central CC (7-3)

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#14 Rochester CTC, Minn. (10-2)

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Valley of the Sun Bowl Dec. 4, 2010 Matt Hanhila Stadium Glendale, Ariz. #19 Glendale CC, Ariz. (7-4)

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#15 Central lakes College, Minn. (10-2)

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C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl Dec. 4, 2010 Bulldawg Stadium Coppers Cove, Texas #16 Blinn College, Texas (8-3)

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#4 Arizona Western College (10-2)

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Game 1 College of Dupage, Ill. (7-5)

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Coffeyville CC, Kan. (6-5)

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Feature Game Lackawanna College (9-2)

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Ellsworth CC (8-3)

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Mississippi Bowl Dec. 5, 2010 Biloxi Indian Stadium Biloxi, Miss. #7 Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (11-1)

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#3 Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (10-2)

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*Rankings from Final Poll of ‘10 Regular Season (Nov. 15, 2010)

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December 5, 2010 // Carnie Smith Stadium // Pittsburg, Kan. Photo by Jeremy Pierra, Navarro College.

DePauldrick Garrett (#14) follows his lead blocker, tight end Chase Harper (#19), on one of his 15 rushing attempts in Navarro’s 13-12 win over Butler in the 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game. Garret finished with 106 yards rushing and scored Navarro’s lone touchdown to earn offensive MVP honors.

Late Field Goal Seals National Title for Navarro

by Jayson Larson, Special to the NJCAA he Navarro College (Texas) Bulldogs captured the school’s second NJCAA football championship with a heart-pounding 13-12 win December 5th over the Butler Community College (Kan.) Grizzlies in the Citizens Bank Bowl in Pittsburg, Kan. Juve Sanchez’s 28-yard field goal tumbled through the uprights at Carlie Smith Stadium with 1:11 left to deliver a national title to Navarro and the city of Corsicana for the first time since 1989. Butler used a 16-10 win over the then-No. 4 Bulldogs on August 26 in Wichita, Kan.,to open their season, which featured seven weeks atop the NJCAA football rankings. That loss was one of only three for the 30-year-old Nick Bobeck, who is now 32-3 in three seasons at Navarro. The other two came at the hands of Blinn in the 2008 and 2009 Southwest Junior College Football Conference championship games. In both games, the Bulldogs entered the game as the No. 1 team in the country and failed to advance for a chance to play for a title. “This is very rewarding,” said Bobeck, who guided to the Bulldogs to a No. 2 ranking entering the national title game. “I’m very proud of the accomplishments of this group of kids. We didn’t play great, but these kids reached down within themselves and found enough inside to get the win.” The Bulldogs’ biggest gutcheck of the game started at their own 48-yard line with 6:15 left in the game. The Bulldogs’ rejuvenated running game – that was held to just 28 yards in the first half – started with a 17-yard scamper

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by DePauldrick Garrett. He and Daniel Palmer then took turns eating up chunks of yardage, with quarterback Adrian Nelson adding a key two-yard quarterback sneak on fourthand-one along the way. When the Bulldog offense ran out of steam following 12 consecutive rushes, Sanchez trotted onto the field and nailed the game-winning kick. The kicking game proved to play a major factor in the game – Butler head coach Troy Morrell opted to go for two points following both of his team’s touchdowns, which was part of the plan. “We made the decision a few weeks ago to (go for twopoint conversions),” Morrell said. “We came up short. We had a lot of opportunities to score (but) we struggled in different areas.” The Grizzlies had plenty of other headaches Sunday – literally, after their offensive line that had protected Zach Mettenberger so well for the first 30 minutes of the game couldn’t do so over the final 30 minutes. The Bulldogs sacked Mettenberger four times, all in the second half and twice by defensive end Toby Jackson. The loss was the first for Butler in a bowl game in five years and first loss in a national championship contest since 2004. NOTE: The 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game was streamed live on NJCAA TV and PSB Live. Fans can watch the entire game via video archive at www.njcaa.org/tv or www.psblive.com.

Photo by Jeremy Pierra, Navarro College.

Navarro’s win over Butler gave the Bulldogs their first national title in football since 1989.

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Scoring Summary Third Quarter 12:54 10:29 07:55 02:28

NC: Garrett 2-yd run. (Sanchez kick) BCC: Combes 11-yd pass from Mettenberger. (pass failed) NC: Sanchez 26-yd FG. BCC: Mills 1-yd run. (pass failed)

Fourth Quarter 01:11

NCC: Sanchez 28-yd FG.

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North Star Bowl November 20, 2010 // Rochester Regional Sports Stadium // Rochester, Minn. Photo by Bob Brown, North Star Bowl Committee.

Iowa Central was very effective passing the football in their win over Rochester in the 2010 North Star Bowl. Zach Steinhoff (#3) went up high for this reception, one of three he had on the day.

Photo by Bob Brown, North Star Bowl Committee.

Iowa Central Downs Rochester for North Star Bowl Victory

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trong winds and frigid temperatures didn’t stop Iowa Central Community College in this year’s North Star Bowl, held Nov. 20 at the Rochester Regional Sports Stadium in Rochester, Minn. The Tritons scored 32 unanswered points to defeat Rochester Community & Technical College (Minn.) 32-7. Rochester jumped out to a 7-0 lead to end the first quarter, but the Tritons responded with a field goal from Edwin Arceo and rushing touchdowns from Darrelynn Dunn and Jevoury Wedderburn to take a 16-7 halftime lead. The Tritons then extended their lead in the second half thanks to a 48-yard touchdown pass from Terrance Johnson to Rusty Borne. ICC then scored two points off a safety from a bad snap on a Rochester punt and scored again from a Cameron Todd 82-yard interception return for touchdown. Iowa Central, which has now won five straight bowl games they have participated in, ends their 2010 campaign at 7-3. Rochester closes out the season with a 10-2 overall mark.

Rusty Borne (#24) of Iowa Central caught three passes for 131 yards and also had a touchdown reception in this year’s North Star Bowl.

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Scoring Summary First Quarter 05:20

RCTC: Hicks 20-yd pass from Heitkamp. (Good kick).

Second Quarter 10:03

ICC: Arceo 34-yd FG.

03:18

ICC: Wedderburn 1-yd run. (kick failed)

01:00

ICC: Dunn 2-yd run. (Arceo kick)

Third Quarter 03:53

ICC: Borne 48-yd pass from Johnson. (Arceo kick)

Fourth Quarter 10:56

ICC: RCTC safety.

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Graphic Edge Bowl November 21, 2010 // UNI Dome // Cedar Rapids, Iowa Photo courtesy of the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference.

The Falcons of Lackawanna celebrate their 34-20 victory over Ellsworth. The Falcons scored 18 points in the fourth quarter to defeat the Panthers.

DuPage and Lackawanna Win at 2010 Graphic Edge Bowl

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ollege of DuPage, Ill., and Lackawanna College, Pa., both wrapped up their 2010 football seasons with victories at the 2010 Graphic Edge Bowl, held at the UNI Dome in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on November 21. In the opening contest, DuPage scored first on a 17yard TD pass from Cole Lanham to James Kurtz. After the Red Ravens tied the score in the second frame, the Chaparrals went up 14-7 thanks to a two-yard rushing touchdown from Darnell Ratliff. DuPage then added three points on a 29-yard field goal from Cory Kemps with one second remaining in the first half. Kemps then added a 34-yard field goal in the third quarter. DuPage’s defense gave up a touchdown in the third quarter but shut the Red Ravens out in the fourth quarter to seal the win. In the feature contest, Lackawanna entered the fourth quarter trailing Ellsworth (Iowa) 20-16 only to score 18 unanswered points to win 34-20. Lackawanna quarterback Tim Enders had a touchdown run and a touchdown pass to Joshua Bailey in the decisive frame. Nicholas Jakelsky also had a 14-yard field goal. Enders completed 16-of-29 pass attempts for 273 yards in the game and was named the game’s Most Valuable Player.

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First Quarter

COD: Kurtz 17-yd pass from Lanham. (Kemps kick)

Second Quarter

ECC: James 7-yd run. (Disalvo kick)

11:51 05:41 00:01

LC: Barnes 28-yd pass from Enders. (Jakelsky kick)

CCC: Patton 34-yd pass from Cochran. (Pohlman kick) COD: Ratcliff 2-yd run. (Kemps kick) COD: Kemps 29-yd FG.

Third Quarter 12:21 08:56

COD: Kemps 34-yd FG. CCC: Patton 41-yd pass from Cochran. (Pohlman kick)

Additional stats can be found online at www.njcaa.org. Photo courtesy of the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference.

Second Quarter ECC: Tindal 1-yd run. (Curtis rush) LC: Ellsworth safety. Third Quarter LC: Enders 2-yd run. (Jakelsky kick) ECC: Tindal 19-yd run. (Disalvo kick) Fourth Quarter LC: Jakelsky 14-yd FG. LC: Bailey 8-yd run. (pass failed) LC: Ellsworth safety. LC: Barnes 35-yd pass from Bailey. (Jakelsky kick)

College of DuPage (green/gray) defeated Coffeyville (red/white) in the opening game of the 2010 Graphic Edge Bowl.

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Salt City Bowl December 4, 2010 // Gowans Stadium // Hutchinson, Kan. Photo by Stephanie Carpenter, Hutchinson Community College.

With their win in the second annual Salt City Bowl, Hutchinson closed out its 2010 season with 10 wins, which tied the program’s all-time mark for victories in a season.

Blue Dragons Run Past Gila Monsters to win Salt City Bowl Hutchinson, Kan. from Hutchinson CC Sports Information utchinson Community College (Kan.) won its second straight Salt City Bowl and third consecutive bowl game with a 42-21 victory over Eastern Arizona College on Dec. 4th at Gowans Stadium in Hutchinson. It is the first time in HCC history that the football program has reeled off three-straight bowl victories. Hutchinson fell behind early 7-0 after Eastern Arizona scored on its second play of the game. The Blue Dragons then scored 21 unanswered points and led by 14 after one quarter. The Gila Monsters made is a one possession game with nine minutes to play in the second quarter, but the Dragons again responded with two unanswered touchdowns to take control of the game. Eastern Arizona outgained Hutchinson 391-217 and had possession of the ball more than 10 minutes longer than HCC. But the Blue Dragons used superior special teams and a defense that forced five turnovers to maintain its advantage throughout the game. The Gila Monsters entered the game leading the nation in rushing, but the Blue Dragons held the nation’s top rushing team to 250 yards, some 116 yards under the Gila Monsters’ season average. Rashon Evans, the ninth-leading rusher in the country was limited to 33 yards on 11 carries.

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The game’s offensive MVP was Hutchinson receiver and return specialist Cordarrelle Patterson, who had 165 all-purpose yards. He had two punt returns for 126 yards, including an 80-yard return for a touchdown – his third return for a TD this season – that gave Hutch a 21-7 first-quarter lead. He also had a 49-yard kickoff return and another 46-yard punt return. The Blue Dragons had 217 total yards (199 rushing, 18 passing) and turned the ball over only once. HCC was 5-of-5 in red-zone scoring opportunities. HCC quarterback Elliott Alford was HCC’s leading rusher with 87 yards on 15 carries and two rushing touchdowns. Alford completed 4 of 6 passes for 18 yards. Derek Campbell had 48 rushing yards on nine carries with one touchdown. Angelo Pease had 37 yards on 10 carries and a score and Jamal Womble had 35 yards on 14 carries with one touchdown.

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Scoring Summary First Quarter 12:42

EAC: Evans 56-yd pass from Appen. (Porter kick)

08:59

HCC: Pease 1-yd run. (Linn kick)

02:34

HCC: Patterson 80-yd punt return. (Linn kick)

00:51

HCC: Alford 18-yd run. (Linn kick)

Second Quarter 09:00

EAC: Appen 1-yd run. (Porter kick)

03:52

HCC: Alford 10-yd run. (Linn kick)

Third Quarter 11:26

HCC: Campbell 2-yd run. (Linn kick)

00:45

EAC: Appen 1-yd run. (Porter kick)

Fourth Quarter 05:24

HCC: Womble 1-yd run. (Linn kick)

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Valley of the sun Bowl December 4, 2010 // Matt O. Hanhila Stadium // Glendale, Ariz. Photo by James Abraham, Glendale Community College.

Andrew Castaneda (#21) was named the Valley of the Sun Bowl MVP after hauling in seven receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns in Glendale’s 23-13 win over Central Lakes.

Glendale Wins Second Consecutive Valley of the Sun Bowl Crown Glendale, Ariz.

Photo by James Abraham, Glendale Community College.

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he Gauchos of Glendale Community College (Ariz.) won for the 12th time at the Valley of the Sun Bowl on December 4th at Matt O. Hanhila Stadium with a 23-13 victory over Central Lakes College (Minn.). Glendale has the most victories in the Valley of the Sun Bowl than any other team in the event’s 30 year history. Glendale prevailed thanks to a great performance by quarterback Kevin Yost. The sophomore completed 21-of-37 attempts for 268 yards and two touchdowns. In the fourth quarter, he tossed a 34-yard strike to Andrew Castaneda to give the Gauchos a 17-13 lead. The pair also connected for a 27-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Castaneda finished the game with seven receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns. Glendale also got three field goals from Jordan Sanchez who accounted for 11 of the Gauchos 23 points (3FG, 2 PAT). The Raiders of Central Lakes also had success in

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Scoring Summary Second Quarter 13:48

GCC: Castaneda 27-yd pass from Yost. (Sanchez kick)

13:35

CLC: Burns 95-yd kickoff return. (kick failed)

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GCC: Sanchez 24-yd FG.

Third Quarter Glendale quarterback Kevin Yost (#15) led the Gauchos to their 12th Valley of the Sun Bowl title with 268 passing yards and two touchdowns.

the passing game. Quarterback Dominique Corder completed 12-of-25 passes for 210 yards and a touchdown. He completed passes to six different Central Lakes receivers. Ryan Fray led that group with 100 receiving yards from two receptions.

11:30

CLC: Tri 9-yd pass from Corder. (Guimont kick)

Fourth Quarter 13:14

GCC: Castaneda 34-yd pass from Yost. (Sanchez kick)

06:44

GCC: Sanchez 30-yd FG.

02:55

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C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of texas Bowl December 4, 2010 // Bulldawg Stadium // Copperas Cove, Texas

Blinn Edges Arizona Western in Heart of Texas Bowl

Photo by Charles Kelm, Blinn College.

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n a back-and-forth contest, the Blinn College (Texas) Buccaneers defeated the Arizona Western College Matadors, 31-27 in the 2010 C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl December 4th at Bulldawg Stadium in Copperas Cove, Texas. The win marks the second bowl victory in as many seasons for Blinn. Blinn jumped out to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter. The Bucs used a 27-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Justin Tuggle to Xavier Maxwell to jump out to a 7-0 lead. Later in the quarter the Bucs used an interception by Anthony Riley to set the stage for a 29-yard field goal by Chase Hoover. The Bucs converted another turnover by the Matadors to points early in the second quarter. Anthony Watson recovered a fumble at the end of the first quarter, which led to a 12-yard touchdown pass from Tuggle to Isaiah Battle to give Blinn a 17-point advantage with 14:15 left in the second half. Arizona Western would score twice in the second frame to make the score 17-14 at halftime. The Matadors scored on a 14-yard pass from Boomer Green to Jamal Gray and then on a one-yard rush by Reggie Bullock with under a minute remaining in the first half. Blinn engineered a nine-play, 84-yard touchdown drive on their first possession of the second half that Tuggle finished off with a 33-yard scramble to the end zone. The 24-14 Blinn lead didn’t last long as Damien Williams scored four plays later for Arizona Western on a 52-yard run. The score would remain 24-21 until early in the fourth quarter when Blinn put together a 15-play, 75-yard touchdown drive, ending with a one-yard run by Marion Grice to give Blinn a 31-21 lead. The Matadors responded and cut the lead to 31-27 on a

Blinn quarterback Justin Tuggle (#3) breaks away from the Arizona Western defense. Tuggle threw two touchdown passes and rushed for another TD in Blinn’s Heart of Texas Bowl victory.

halfback option pass as Bullock found Gray from 14-yards out. Arizona Western would get the ball back with 4:21 left in the game, but the Blinn defense stood firm and sealed the game by stopping the Matadors on a fourth-and-two at the AWC 44-yard line. Bullock (29-101 yds, TD, TD pass) and Grice (24-100 yds, TD) both rushed for over 100 yards in the contest while Tuggle accounted for three touchdowns (2 pass, 1 rush) for Blinn.

Arizona Western – Blinn Stats

1

2

3

4

F

Arizona Western College (10-2)

0

14

7

6

27

Blinn College, Texas (8-3)

10

7

7

7

31

Scoring Summary First Quarter

Photo by Charles Kelm, Blinn College.

07:07

BC: Maxwell 26-yd pass from Tuggle. (Hover kick)

00:07

BC: Hoover 29-yd FG.

Second Quarter 14:12

BC: Battle 11-yd pass from Tuggle. (Hoover kick)

05:24

AWC: Gray 14-yd pass from Green. (Feer kick)

00:26

AWC: Bullock 1-yd run. (Feer kick)

Third Quarter 08:40

BC: Tuggle 33-yd run. (Hoover kick)

06:55

AWC: Williams 52-yd run. (Feer kick)

Fourth Quarter

Blinn running back Marion Grice (#27) rushed for 100 yards on 29 carries and had a one-yard TD run in the fourth quarter to lead the Bucs to a 31-27 win over Arizona Western in the Heart of Texas Bowl.

11:23

BC: Grice 1-yd run. (Hoover kick)

06:52

AWC: Gray 23-yd pass from Bullock. (Kick blocked)

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ZIONS Bank Top of the Mountains Bowl December 4, 2010 // Rio Tinto Stadium // Sandy, Utah Photo by Greg Dart and courtesy of Top of the Mountains Bowl committee.

Gage Loftin (#17) hauls in one of his six receptions in the Top of the Mountains Bowl. He finished the game with 69 yards receiving and a touchdown.

Snow Takes Care of Iowa Western to Win Top of Mountains Bowl

Iowa Western – Snow

Sandy, Utah

Stats

Photo by Greg Dart and courtesy of Top of the Mountains Bowl committee.

Snow’s Matt Wright (#28) had 116 rushing yards and a late touchdown to lead the Badgers to a 48-36 win over Iowa Western in this year’s Top of the Mountains Bowl.

by Greg Dart, Snow College now College (Utah) used six Colter Smith touchdown passes and 548 yards of total offense en route to a 48-36 victory over Iowa Western Community College December 4th at the Top of the Mountains Bowl at Rio Tinto Stadium. After giving up a quick, early touchdown, Snow bounced back with 34 straight points, before giving up a Reiver touchdown going into halftime. Snow tacked on another touchdown six minutes into the third quarter, before Iowa Western attempted a comeback, scoring three straight touchdowns and pulling within five points with nine minutes left in the game. Snow running back Matt Wright then took control of the game. Wright, who ran for 116 yards and a touchdown in the game, led a Badger drive that spanned over seven minutes and left the Reiver’s little time on the clock. Wright carried the ball 11 times for 47 yards on the final drive, including a nine-yard touchdown run. Iowa Western compiled 461 yards total including 440 through the air. Quarterback Zack Stoudt was 39-76 for 440 and three touchdowns for the game, the first bowl in Iowa Western’s short two-year history. Smith finished the game with 309 yards and six touchdowns. He completed 22-of-34 passes and also had an interception. The victory brings Snow’s Top of the Mountains Bowl record to 5-2, including two straight victories. The win also marks the fifth straight season with at least 10 victories for the Badgers.

S

Iowa Western CC (9-2) Snow College, Utah (10-2)

1

2

3

4

F

7 20

8 14

14 7

7 7

36 48

Scoring Summary First Quarter 13:15 06:43 00:40 00:01

IWCC: Waters 8-yd pass from Stoudt. (Dickson kick) SC: Brown 63-yd pass from Smith. (Sweat kick) SC: Loftin 12-yd pass from Smith. (kick failed) SC: Muka 24-yd pass from Smith. (Sweat kick)

Second Quarter 11:07 07:30 04:40

SC: Morton 13-yd pass from Smith. (Sweat kick) SC: Kinikini 3-yd pass from Smith. (Sweat kick) IWCC: Singleton 3-yd run. (Miller pass from Baughman)

Third Quarter 08:48 06:36 03:25

SC: Lloyd 50-yd pass from Smith. (Sweat kick) IWCC: Waters 7-yd pass from Stoudt. (Dickson kick) IWCC: Stoudt 1-yd run. (Dickson kick)

Fourth Quarter 09:07 01:29

IWCC: Hill 27-yd pass from Stoudt. (Dickson kick) SC: Wright 9-yd run. (Sweat kick)

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Mississippi Bowl

December 5, 2010 // Indian Stadium // Biloxi, Miss.

Offense Prevails in Shootout at Mississippi Bowl Biloxi, Miss. by Bill Snyder, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC

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he third edition of Mississippi Bowl featured 115 points and more than a thousand yards of offense, which kept the scoreboard operator and statisticians busy right up to the game’s final play. However, it was two defensive plays down the stretch that helped Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College outlast Grand Rapids Community College (Mich.) 62-53 in the third annual event on Dec. 5 at Biloxi Indian Stadium. With Mississippi Gulf Coast nursing a 56-53 lead, Bulldogs safety Lamar Johnson intercepted a Grand Rapids pass as the Raiders were driving for a gametying field goal with 1:30 to go. After the MGC offense ran the clock down to eight seconds, a flea-flicker play by Grand Rapids turned into a one-yard fumble return for touchdown by Mario Stovall as time expired. Grand Rapids fell behind MGC 20-0 in the first quarter after two of the team’s six turnovers led to 14 points. The second quarter opened with a 14-point offensive burst from Grand Rapids, featuring two touchdown passes by James Stallons. Then the Bulldog offense responded with a 14-point uprising of its own as Clayton Moore hooked up with wide receiver Javon Bell twice over a four minute span. The first half came to an end with a 44-yard field goal by Greg Cognetto and a 32-yard TD pass from Stallons to Dominque Douglas to make it 35-23 Bulldogs at halftime. GRCC scored 18 unanswered points over the final two minutes of the first half and the beginning two minutes of the third quarter to cut the Bulldog lead to 35-32. MGC responded as James Gillum scored on a two-yard run and Moore hit Mo Miliam for a TD pass to take a 49-32 lead. The Raiders came back at the end of the quarter as Stallons and Douglas connected for an 89-yard TD bomb and an eight-yard strike making it 49-46 Gulf Coast after three quarters. MGC finally took control of the game on a 10-play, 80yard drive that was capped with a four-yard TD run by 330 pound nose guard Jonathan Jenkins.

Photo courtesy of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.

Grand Rapids – Mississippi Gulf Coast Stats

1

2

3

4

F

Grand Rapids CC, Mich. (10-2)

0

23

23

7

53

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (10-2)

20

15

14

13

62

Scoring Summary First Quarter 14:10

MGCCC: Amacker 15-yd pass from Moore. (Scott kick)

09:56

MGCCC: Gillum 4-yd run. (Scott kick)

09:07

MGCCC: Lawrence 30-yd fumble return. (kick failed)

Second Quarter

Alonzo Lawrence (#15) scored a touchdown for Mississippi Gulf Coast in this year’s Mississippi Bowl on a 30-yard fumble return for touchdown.

The Raiders closed to 56-53 on the fourth TD connection between Stallons and Douglas with exactly five minutes remaining. Both quarterbacks and three receivers put up shocking numbers on the day. Stallons passed for 465 yards and an amazing seven touchdowns – four to Douglas who had 10 receptions on the day for 232 yards for Grand Rapids. Moore finished with 354 yards and four touchdowns for Mississippi Gulf Coast. Miliam led the Bulldogs with 153 yards receiving and a touchdown while Bell had two touchdowns with 128 yards.

Photo courtesy of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.

14:26

GRCC: Parker 79-yd pass from Stallons. (Cognetto kick)

13:04

GRCC: Hemphill 8-yd pass from Stallons. (Cognetto kick)

08:33

MGCCC: Bell 16-yd pass from Moore. (Amacker run)

04:12

MGCCC: Bell 2-yd pass from Moore. (Scott kick)

01:49

GRCC: Cognetto 44-yd FG.

00:20

GRCC: Douglas 32-yd pass from Stallons. (pass failed)

Third Quarter 13:26

GRCC: MGCCC safety.

13:11

GRCC: Payne 51-yd pass from Stallons. (Cognetto kick)

10:34

MGCCC: Gillum 2-yd run. (Scott kick)

07:34

MGCCC: Miliam 42-yd pass from Moore. (Scott kick)

06:42

GRCC: Douglas 89-yd pass from Stallons. (Cognetto kick)

00:57

GRCC: Douglas 8-yd pass from Stallons. (Cognetto kick)

Fourth Quarter

Mississippi Gulf Coast QB Clayton Moore (#8) led the Bulldogs to a 62-53 win over Grand Rapids in the Mississippi Bowl by throwing for 354 yards and four touchdowns.

08:09

MGCCC: Jenkins 4-yd run. (Scott kick)

05:00

GRCC: Douglas 20-yd pass from Stallons. (Cognetto kick)

00:02

MGCC: Stoval 1-yd fumble return. (no try)

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2010 PLAYER

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YEAR HONORS

Reggie Bullock (Arizona Western) and Cornellius Carradine (Butler) Named 2010 NJCAA Football Players of the Year COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The NJCAA’s leading rusher in 2010 along with one of the highest ranking players in tackles and sacks were selected as the 2010 NJCAA Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year by the NJCAA Football Coaches Association. Arizona Western College sophomore running back Reggie Bullock won offensive honors, while Butler Community College (Kan.) defensive end Brad Graham received the defensive award. The 2010 season marked the 21st consecutive year that the NJCAA Football Coaches Association has selected a player of the year. Since 2000, an award has been given to both an offensive and defensive player. Reggie Bullock Running Back (5-9, 180 lbs.) Arizona Western College Bullock has arguably been one of the most productive and consistent offensive players in the NJCAA for the past two seasons. His production helped lead the Matadors to back-to-back Western States Football League titles and two bowl appearances. He twice earned Offensive Player of the Year honors in the WSFL and was a First-Team NJCAA AllAmerican selection in 2010 after receiving Second-Team honors as a freshman. The 2010 season saw Bullock lead the NJCAA in rushing yards (1,830), rushing yards per game (152.5), rushing touchdowns (20) and scoring (132 pts - 22 total TDs). He also caught 16 passes out of the backfield for 170 yards and two additional touchdowns. Bullock rushed for over 100 yards in all 12 games he played last season with his best performance coming on Nov. 13th when he racked up 232 yards on a seasonhigh 36 carries along with a touchdown in a 34-14 win over Scottsdale (Ariz.). A native of Las Vegas, Nev., Bullock has had an impressive two years at AWC. He leaves the Matador program after amassing 3,247 rushing yards, 43 total touchdowns and 40 rushing touchdowns. He rushed for over 100 yards in 21 out of 22 games he played in and gained over 200 yards in a game three times. Bullock has successfully transferred and will play the 2011 season as a Pirate at East Carolina University.

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Cornellius Carradine Defensive End (6’5”, 257 lbs.) Butler Community College (Kan.)

2003 2004

Carradine was the Defensive Player of the Year in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and a First-Team NJCAA All-American selection in 2010. He helped lead Butler to a KJCCC and Region 6 title as well as a berth in the 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game (Citizen's Bank Bowl). th

The Cincinnati, Ohio, native led the KJCCC with 120 tackles (4 in NJCAA) and 16 sacks (T-2nd in NJCAA). He also had 20 tackles for loss (7th in NJCAA), two forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries, including one returned for a touchdown. Carradine was the leader of a Butler defense that held opponents to a mere 9.5 points per game and 227.5 yards of offense during the regular season. He twice earned NJCAA Defensive Player of the Week honors and his best performance of 2010 came in a 35-12 win over Garden City on Oct. 2 when he was credited with 19 tackles (14 solo), including five tackles for loss and a sack.

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Previous NJCAA Player-of-the-Year Selections Player Pos. College, State John Kaleo QB Montgomery College, Md. Kalin Hall RB Dixie State College of Utah Russell Evans QB Northwest Mississippi CC Roger Cook QB Dixie State College of Utah Chris Windsor QB Garden City CC, Kan. Fred Taylor QB Hinds CC, Miss. Rodrick Johnson RB Dixie State College of Utah Frank Murphy RB Garden City CC, Kan. Terrance Williams RB Hinds CC, Miss. Rudi Johnson RB Butler County CC, Kan. Marc Dunn QB Ricks College, Idaho Dustin Looman DL Rochester CTC, Minn. Rashad Armstrong RB Mesa CC, Ariz. Randy Jackson DE Georgia Military College Kelvin Hayden WR Joliet Junior College, Ill. Jamaal Jackson DB Northwest Mississippi CC Emmanuel Marc RB Hudson Valley CC, N.Y. Larry Kendrick DB Pearl River CC, Miss. Jimmy Oliver QB Pearl River CC, Miss. Mickey Pimental LB Pima CC, Ariz. Jimmy Oliver QB Pearl River CC, Miss. Jonathon Batson DB Cisco JC, Texas Cade Cooper QB Snow College, Utah Austin Panter LB Butler CC, Kan. Jocques Crawford RB Cisco JC, Texas Markus White DE Butler CC, Kan. Terrance Cain QB Blinn College, Texas Eugene Kinlaw DL Hutchinson CC, Kan, Jasmin Hopkins Brad Graham

RB Fort Scott CC, Kan. LB Navarro College, Texas

Reggie Bullock

RB Arizona Western College

Cornellius Carradine

DE Butler CC, Kan.

Carradine is the third defensive player from Butler since 2006, and fourth overall, to be selected as the NJCAA Football Player of the Year (Rudi Johnson - 1999; Austin Parker - 2006; Markus White - 2008). His honor also marks the fifth consecutive year that a player from the KJCCC has been named either the Offensive or Defensive NJCAA Football Player of the Year. Carradine will follow in the footsteps of former Butler defensive end and 2007 NJCAA Football Player of the Year Markus White and will play the remainder of his collegiate career at Florida State University.

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2010 NJCAA COACH

OF THE

YEAR

Navarro’s Bobeck Selected as 2010 NJCAA Coach of the Year Bulldogs Head Coach Earns Honor for a Second Time

CORSICANA, TEXAS - Navarro College (Texas) head coach Nick Bobeck was named the 2010 NJCAA Football Coaches Association at the American Football Coaches Association Coach of the Year Dinner in January at the 2011 AFCA Convention in Dallas, Texas. The 2010 season was just Bobeck’s third at the helm of Bulldog program. He guided Navarro to an 11-1 overall record, the Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) title and the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national title in 2010. His Bulldogs were also named the Junior College Team of the Year by FieldTurf®. In his three years (2008-10) at Navarro, Bobeck has compiled a record of 32-3 (.914), captured three SWJCFC regular season titles, and finished each of his first three seasons with teams ranked among the top five in the nation. In his first season, he was named the 2008 NJCAA Football Coach of the Year after leading the Bulldogs to a 10-1 season mark. In 2009, the Bulldogs finished the season at 11-1 and defeated Mississippi Gulf Coast in the Heart of Texas Bowl. Navarro finished at No. 3 in the final NJCAA rankings. For the 2010 season, Bobeck and the Bulldogs again captured the SWJCFC regular season crown and won 11 straight contests including a 13-12 nail-bitter over Butler (Kan.) in the 2010 NJCAA Football Championship Game at the Citizen’s Bank Bowl. Over three seasons he has coached five All-Americans, 16 All-Conference performers and the 2009 NJCAA Defensive Player of the Year (Brad Graham). Before being named Navarro’s head coach in the summer of 2008, Bobeck served as offensive coordinator for the 2007 season in which the Bulldogs won the conference championship and the Pilgrim’s Pride Bowl. He spent time at Texas A&M University and the University of Central Oklahoma before joining the Navarro staff.

Photos courtesy of Navarro College.

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Football all-americans Offense First Team

Defense First Team

Melvin German QB Josh Johnson RB Reggie Bullock RB Pearl River CC, Miss. Trinity Valley CC, Texas Arizona Western College

Dexter Holmes WR Ellsworth CC, Iowa

Carlton Johnson DL McKay Frandsen DL Cornellius Carradine DL Toby Jackson DL Grand Rapids CC, Snow College, Utah Butler CC, Kan. Navarro College, Texas Mich.

Javon Bell WR John Rabe TE Mississippi Gulf Coast Ellsworth CC, Iowa CC

Kaleb Broome OL Georgia Military College

Alonzo Highsmith LB Princeton Jackson LB Josh Francis LB Troy Smith B Phoenix College, Ariz. Blinn College, Texas Lackawanna College, Grand Rapids CC, Pa. Mich.

Nate Hartung C Eastern Arizona College

Jake Fahrenkrug Ryan Schraeder Jeremy Graffree Philander Moore Alex Sweat k OL / N. Dakota St. OL / Butler CC, oL / Mississippi rs / Blinn College, Snow College, College of Science Kansas Gulf Coast CC Texas Utah

Maurice Hood DB Tyler Junior College, Texas

offense Second Team

defense Second Team

Name

Name

Zach Mettenberger Darrelynn Dunn Steven Miller Marcus Kennard Chris Hicks Drew Robinson Mark Pratt Carlin Landingham Joe Danaker Aaron Douglas Ken Van Hulue Cordarrelle Patterson Jaimie Salazar

Pos. College qb rb rb wr wr te c ol ol ol ol rs k

Butler Community College, Kan. Iowa Central Community College Nassau Community College, N.Y. Butler Community College, Kan. Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Snow College, Utah Snow College, Utah Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Lackawanna College, Pa. Arizona Western College Cisco College, Texas Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

Quinton Dial Jared Ebert Meshak Williams Wiltavius Hinton Sam Small Terran Buck Mark Spaight J.D. Ratliff Sir Aaron Taylor Stoney Burns Angelo Hadley Tyler Bennett

Isiah Wiley DB Arizona Western College

dl dl dl dl lb lb lb db db db db p

East Mississippi Community College Iowa Western Community College Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Mesabi Range Community & Technical College, Minn. Northwest Mississippi Community College College of DuPage, Ill. Garden City Community College, Kan. Southwest Mississippi Community College Alfred State College, N.Y. Central Lakes College, Minn. Butler Community College, Kan. Phoenix College, Ariz.

Honorable Mention

Name

Name

Jacob Morgan Brad Henderson Dominique Corder Willie Tindall Zack Stoudt Stephen Houston Matthew Willis Xan Mangum Deunta Jennings Tyler Knight Antonio Foster Mike Yoder Kevin Buford

qb qb qb qb qb rb rb wr wr/rs te ol ol k

Cisco College, Texas East Mississippi Community College Central Lakes College, Minn. Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Iowa Western Community College Independence Community College, Kan. Hinds Community College, Miss. New Mexico Military Institute North Dakota St. College of Science Georgia Military College Northeast Mississippi Community College Blinn College, Texas Northwest Mississippi Community College

John Jenkins Keith Watson Sylvester Williams Greg Smith Chris Ficklin Siriki Diabati Mike Juene Jordan Hunt Alex Benson Malachi Freeman Dorrian Roberts Colter Johnson

Cory Kemps P College of DuPage, Ill.

Pos. College

Honorable Mention Pos. College

Victor Daniels B Butler CC, Kan.

Pos. College dl dl dl dl lb lb lb lb db db db p

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College ASA, N.Y. Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Louisburg College, N.C. East Central Community College, Miss. Nassau Community College, N.Y. Independence Community College, Kan. Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Nassau Community College, N.Y. Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Alfred State College, N.Y.

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WATCH ‘10 NJCAA ALL-AMERICANS

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FIRST TEAM - OFFENSE Position

Name

NJCAA College

Where They Will Play in ‘11

QB

Melvin German

Pearl River Community College, Miss.

Returning

RB

Josh Johnson

Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

Tarleton State University, Texas

RB

Reggie Bullock

Arizona Western College

East Carolina University, N.C.

WR

Dexter Holmes

Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

Returning

WR

Javon Bell

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Returning

TE

John Rabe

Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

University of Minnesota

C

Nate Hartung

Eastern Arizona College

Bringham Young University, Utah

OL

Kaleb Broome

Georgia Military College

University of South Carolina

OL

Jake Fahrenkrug

North Dakota St. College of Science

Florida State University

OL

Ryan Schraeder

Butler Community College, Kan.

Valdosta State University, Ga.

OL

Jeremy Graffree

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

Louisiana Tech University

PK

Alex Sweat

Snow College, Utah

N/A

RS

Philander Moore

Blinn College, Texas

University of Mississippi

SECOND TEAM - OFFENSE Position

Name

NJCAA College

Where They Will Play in ‘11

QB

Zach Mettenberger

Butler Community College, Kan.

Louisiana State University

RB

Darrelynn Dunn

Iowa Central Community College

Illinois State University

RB

Steven Miller

Nassau Community College, N.Y.

Appalachian State University, N.C.

WR

Marcus Kennard

Butler Community College, Kan.

Texas Tech University

WR

Chris Hicks

Rochester CTC, Minn.

N/A

TE

Drew Robinson

Snow College, Utah

University of Arizona

C

Mark Pratt

Snow College, Utah

Youngstown State University, Ohio

OL

Carlin Landingham

Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

Returning

OL

Joe Danaker

Lackawanna College, Pa.

Stony Brook University, N.Y.

OL

Aaron Douglas

Arizona Western College

University of Alabama

OL

Ken Van Hulue

Cisco College, Texas

N/A

PK

Jaimie Salazar

Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

University of Arizona

RS

Cordarrelle Patterson

Hutchinson Community College, Kan.

Returning

HONORABLE MENTION - OFFENSE Position

Name

NJCAA College

Where They Will Play in ‘11

QB

Jacob Morgan

Cisco College, Texas

Returning

QB

Brad Henderson

East Mississippi Community College

Northwestern State University, La.

QB

Dominique Corder

Central Lakes College, Minn.

Deceased

QB

Willie Tindal

Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

Returning

QB

Zack Stoudt

Iowa Western Community College

University of Mississippi

RB

Stephen Houston

Independence Community College, Kan.

Indiana University

RB

Matthew Willis

Hinds Community College, Miss.

University of West Alabama

WR

Xan Magnum

New Mexico Military Institute

Returning

WR/RS

Deunta Jennings

North Dakota St. College of Science

Mars Hill College, N.C.

TE

Tyler Knight

Georgia Military College

Ohio University

OL

Antonio Foster

Northeast Mississippi Community College

Returning

PK

Mike Yoder

Blinn College, Texas

Texas State University

RS

Kevin Buford

Northwest Mississippi Community College

University of Central Arkansas

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FIRST TEAM - DEFENSE Position

Name

NJCAA College

Where They Will Play in ‘11

DL

Carlton Johnson

Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

N/A

DL

McKay Frandsen

Snow College, Utah

North Carolina State University

DL

Cornellius Carradine

Butler Community College, Kan.

Florida State University

DL

Toby Jackson

Navarro College, Texas

University of Central Florida

LB

Alonzo Highsmith

Phoenix College, Ariz.

University of Arkansas

LB

Princeton Jackson

Blinn College, Texas

Oklahoma State University

LB

Josh Francis

Lackawanna College, Pa.

West Virginia University

DB

Troy Smith

Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

N/A

DB

Maurice Hood

Tyler Junior College, Texas

Southern Methodist University

DB

Isiah Wiley

Arizona Western College

University of Southern California

DB

Victor Daniels

Butler Community College, Kan.

Murray State University, Ky.

P

Cory Kemps

College of DuPage, Ill.

Nicholls State University, La.

SECOND TEAM - DEFENSE Position

Name

NJCAA College

Where They Will Play in ‘11

DL

Quinton Dial

East Mississippi Community College

University of Alabama

DL

Jared Ebert

Iowa Western Community College

University of Oregon

DL

Meshak Williams

Hutchinson Community College, Kan.

Kansas State University

DL

Wiltavius Hinton

Mesabi Range CTC, Minn.

N/A

LB

Sam Small

Northwest Mississippi Community College

Murray State University, Ky.

LB

Terran Buck

College of DuPage, Ill.

University of Central Florida

LB

Mark Spaight

Garden City Community College, Kan.

Southern Arkansas University

DB

J.D. Ratliff

Southwest Mississippi Community College

University of Tulsa, Okla.

DB

Sir Aaron Taylor

Alfred State College, N.Y.

Youngstown State University, Ohio

DB

Stoney Burns

Central Lakes College, Minn.

N/A

DB

Angelo Hadley

Butler Community College, Kan.

Troy University, Ala.

P

Tyler Bennett

Phoenix College, Ariz.

Utah State University

HONORABLE MENTION - DEFENSE Position

Name

NJCAA College

Where They Will Play in ‘11

DL

John Jenkins

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

University of Georgia

DL

Keith Watson

ASA, N.Y.

Stephen F. Austin State University

DL

Sylvester Williams

Coffeyville Community College, Kan.

University of North Carolina

DL

Greg Smith

Louisburg College, N.C.

Benedict College, S.C.

DL

Chris Ficklin

East Central Community College, Miss.

Returning

LB

Siriki Diabate

Nassau Community College, N.Y

Syracuse University, N.Y.

LB

Mike Jeune

Independence Community College, Kan.

University of South Florida

LB

Jordan Hunt

Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss.

Florida International University

DB

Alex Benson

Rochester CTC, Minn.

Minnesota State-Mankato

DB

Malachi Freeman

Nassau Community College, N.Y.

N/A

DB

Dorrian Roberts

Hutchinson Community College, Kan.

Kansas State University

P

Colter Johnson

Alfred State College, N.Y.

Returning

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2011 FINAL STATISTICS Rushing Average Per Game Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete Reggie Bullock Josh Johnson Darrelynn Dunn Marion Grice Kenny Youngs Matthew Willis Stephen Houston James Gillum Keion Wade Eric Brow n

College Arizona Western College Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Iow a Central Community College Blinn College, Texas Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Hinds Community College, Miss. Independence Community College, Kan. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Garden City Community College, Kan. Minnesota State CTC

GP 12 9 9 10 6 9 10 12 9 9

Carries 301 215 206 160 137 188 165 234 204 190

Yards 1,830 1,368 1,250 1,169 699 1,035 1,082 1,297 838 836

TD's 20 16 18 17 2 13 5 16 5 6

Avg. 152.5 152.0 138.9 116.9 116.5 115.0 108.2 108.1 93.1 92.0

College Arizona Western College Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Iow a Central Community College Blinn College, Texas Independence Community College, Kan. Hinds Community College, Miss. Snow College, Utah Iow a Western Community College Northw est Mississippi Community College

GP 12 9 12 9 10 10 9 12 11 10

Carries 301 215 234 206 160 165 188 122 173 149

TD's 20 16 16 18 17 5 13 13 3 8

Avg. 152.5 152.0 108.1 138.9 116.9 108.2 115.0 80.8 85.4 92.0

Yards 1,830 1,368 1,297 1,250 1,169 1,082 1,035 969 639 920

College Arizona Western College Iow a Central Community College Blinn College, Texas Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Hinds Community College, Miss. Snow College, Utah Nassau Community College, N.Y. Blinn College, Texas Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Arizona Western College Northeast Mississippi Community College Mesabi Range CTC, Minn. Snow College, Utah

GP 12 9 10 9 12 9 12 11 10 11 11 12 9 10 11

Carries 301 206 160 215 234 188 122 148 109 172 102 95 185 159 78

Avg. 152.5 138.9 116.9 152.0 108.1 115 80.8 83.1 62.3 69.3 49.3 60.3 91.7 85.9 47.5

TD's 20 18 17 16 16 13 13 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10

Total Rushing Yards Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete Reggie Bullock Josh Johnson James Gillum Darrelynn Dunn Marion Grice Stephen Houston Matthew Willis Matt Wright Jalen Singleton Jay Jones

Rushing Touchdowns Rank 1 2 3 4 4 6 6 8 9 10 10 10 10 10 10

Athlete Reggie Bullock Darrelynn Dunn Marion Grice Josh Johnson James Gillum Matthew Willis Matt Wright Steve Miller Justin Tuggle Willie Tindal Terrance Moore Damien Williams Jaquise Cook Avery Walker Travis Zacharie

Yards 1,830 1,250 1,169 1,368 1,297 1,035 969 914 623 762 542 723 825 859 523

Passing Yard - Average Per Game Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete Melvin German Brad Henderson Willie Tindal David Vega Zach Mettenberger Cody Sokol Kevin Yost Cayden Cochran Jacob Morgan Anthony Sheppard

College Pearl River Community College, Miss. East Mississippi Community College Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a New Mexico Military Institute Butler Community College, Kan. Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Glendale Community College, Ariz. Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Cisco College, Texas Hinds Community College, Miss.

GP 9 10 11 11 11 9 10 11 9 9

INT 369 388 349 324 271 245 264 354 285 208

Yards 2,728 2,763 2,929 2,829 2,512 2,041 2,176 2,393 1,867 1,866

TD's 17 26 23 22 31 23 13 20 15 15

Avg. 303.1 276.3 266.3 257.2 228.4 226.8 217.6 217.5 207.3 207.3

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2011 FINAL STATISTICS Total Passing Yards Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete Willie Tindal David Vega Brad Henderson Melvin German Zach Mettenberger Clayton Moore Cayden Cochran Derick Heitkamp Zach Stoudt Kevin Yost

College Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a New Mexico Military Institute East Mississippi Community College Pearl River Community College, Miss. Butler Community College, Kan. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Rochester CTC, Minn. Iow a Western Community College Glendale Community College, Ariz.

GP 11 11 10 9 11 12 11 11 11 10

Int. 349 324 388 369 271 257 354 217 323 264

Yards 2,929 2,829 2,763 2,728 2,512 2,395 2,393 2,280 2,262 2,176

TD's 23 22 26 17 31 23 20 30 21 13

Avg. 266.3 257.0 276.3 303.1 228.4 199.6 217.5 207.3 205.6 217.6

Passing Completion Percentage (Min. of 140 pass attempts) Rank 1 2 2 2 5 6 7 8 8 9 9 9 9

Athlete College Willie Tindal Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a Timothy Enders Lackaw anna College, Pa. Melvin German Pearl River Community College, Miss. James Stallons Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Adam Eastman Snow College, Utah Brent Osborn Northw est Mississippi Community College Clayton Moore Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Si'Darius Blackshire Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Brad Henderson East Mississippi Community College Cole Lanham College of DuPage, Ill. Elliott Alford Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Zach Mettenberger Butler Community College , Kan. Andy Wilson Itaw amba Community College, Miss.

GP 11 11 9 11 9 10 12 11 10 11 12 11 9

Att. 349 253 369 221 179 295 257 281 388 250 196 271 217

Comp. 240 165 240 143 113 181 155 169 232 148 115 159 127

Pct. .690 .650 .650 .650 .630 .620 .600 .600 .600 .590 .590 .590 .590

Passing Touchdowns Rank 1 2 3 4 4 4 7 8 8 10

Athlete Zach Mettenberger Derick Heitkamp Brad Henderson Cody Sokol Willie Tindal Clayton Moore David Vega Dominique Corder Zach Stoudt Cayden Cochran

College Butler Community College, Kan. Rochester CTC, Minn. East Mississippi Community College Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College New Mexico Military Institute Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn. Iow a Western Community College Coffeyville Community College, Kan.

GP 11 11 10 9 11 12 11 10 11 11

Int. 3 9 7 14 5 7 13 8 7 8

Pct. .590 .530 .600 .560 .690 .600 .580 .530 .560 .550

Yards 2,512 2,280 2,763 2,041 2,929 2,395 2,829 1,777 2,262 2,393

TD's 31 30 26 23 23 23 22 21 21 20

Total Receiving Yards Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete Xan Mangum Javon Bell Deunta Jennings Dexter Holmes Cordarrelle Patterson Malcolm Eugene Marcus Kennard Terrill Barnes Chris Hicks Matt Waters

College New Mexico Military Institute Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College North Dakota State College of Science Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a Hutchinson Community College, Kan. ASA, N.Y. Butler Community College, Kan. Lackaw anna College, Pa. Rochester CTC, Minn. Iow a Western Community College

GP 11 12 9 10 11 9 10 11 10 11

Rec. 64 46 52 65 52 49 43 47 33 49

Yards 1,340 1,313 985 972 908 898 876 873 856 848

TD's 9 17 15 12 9 8 13 14 15 9

Rec./Gm 5.82 3.83 5.78 6.50 4.73 5.44 4.30 4.37 3.30 4.46

63


2011 FINAL STATISTICS Total Receptions Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 7 7 10

Athlete Dexter Holmes Xan Mangum Steve McNair, Jr. Quniton Patton Derrick Low e Myles White Cordarrelle Patterson Dominique Douglas Deunta Jennings Morris Miliam

College Iow a Western Community College New Mexico Military Institute Pearl River Community College, Miss. Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Phoenix College, Ariz. Northw est Mississippi Community College Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. North Dakota State College of Science Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

GP 10 11 9 11 10 10 11 11 9 12

Rec. 65 64 56 55 54 53 52 52 52 51

Yards 972 1,340 631 786 770 712 908 722 985 605

TD's 12 9 3 6 6 6 9 7 15 4

Rec./Gm 5.50 5.82 6.22 5.00 5.40 5.30 4.73 4.73 5.78 4.25

College Iow a Western Community College Pearl River Community College, Miss. New Mexico Military Institute North Dakota State College of Science Fort Scott Community College, Kan. ASA, N.Y. Phoenix College, Ariz. Itasca Community College, Minn. Northw est Mississippi Community College Northeast Mississippi Community College

GP 10 9 11 9 8 9 10 6 10 8

Rec. 972 631 1340 985 714 898 770 540 712 495

Yards 972 631 1,340 985 714 898 770 540 712 495

TD's 12 3 9 15 5 8 6 3 6 2

Rec./Gm 6.50 6.22 5.82 5.78 5.50 5.44 5.40 5.33 5.30 5.25

College Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College North Dakota State College of Science Rochester CTC, Minn. Lackaw anna College. Pa. Butler Community College, Kan. Iow a Western Community College Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Alfred State College, N.Y. Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Iow a Western Community College New Mexico Military Institute Iow a Western Community College Grand Rapids Community College

GP 12 9 10 11 10 10 9 10 10 11 10 11 11 11

Rec. 46 52 33 47 43 65 44 38 33 52 28 64 49 33

Yards 1,313 985 856 873 876 972 690 614 540 908 402 1,340 848 490

TD's 17 15 15 14 13 12 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9

Rec./Gm 3.83 5.78 3.30 4.27 4.30 6.50 4.89 3.80 3.30 4.73 2.80 5.82 4.46 3.00

Receiving - Catches Per Game Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete Dexter Holmes Steve McNair, Jr. Xan Mangum Deunta Jennings Malcolm Moulton Malcolm Eugene Derrick Low e Rejean Carlson Myles White Josh Jarboe

Receiving Touchdowns Rank 1 2 2 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8

Athlete Javon Bell Deunta Jennings Chris Hicks Terrill Barnes Marcus Kennard Dexter Holmes Duron Carter Josh Griffin Blake Jackson Cordarrelle Patterson Marquise Hill Xan Mangum Matt Waters Jacob Payne

Total Offense Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete College Willie Tindal Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a Brad Henderson East Mississippi Community College David Vega New Mexico Military Institute Melvin German Pearl River Community College, Miss. Clayton Moore Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Justin Tuggle Blinn College, Texas Zach Mettenberger Butler Community College, Kan. Derick Heitkamp Rochester CTC, Minn. Timothy Enders Lackaw anna College, Pa. Cayden Cochran Coffeyville Community College, Kan.

GP 11 10 11 9 12 10 11 11 11 11

Plays 521 493 425 468 319 350 330 265 364 410

Rush Yds Pass Yds 762 2,929 320 2,763 198 2,829 119 2,728 309 2,395 623 1,855 -50 2,512 92 2,280 225 2,098 -81 2,393

Total 3,691 3,083 3,027 2,847 2,704 2,478 2,462 2,372 2,323 2,312

Avg. 335.5 308.3 275.2 316.3 225.3 247.8 223.8 215.6 211.2 210.2

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2011 FINAL STATISTICS Total Offense Average Per Game (Min. 8 GP) Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Athlete College Willie Tindal Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a Melvin German Pearl River Community College, Miss. Brad Henderson East Mississippi Community College David Vega New Mexico Military Institute Justin Tuggle Blinn College, Texas Blake Matherne East Central Community College, Miss. Kevin Yost Glendale Community College, Ariz. Clayton Moore Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Zach Mettenberger Butler Community College, Kan. Anthony Sheppard Hinds Community College, Miss.

Rank Athlete 1 2 2 4 5 6 6 6 8 10

Alex Sw eat Jaimie Salazar Will Scott Jeremy Linn Cody Dickson Taurean Durham Chase Hover Jarred Martin Kevin Buford Dongw oo Kim

College Snow College, Utah Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Iow a Western Community College Nassau Community College, N.Y. Blinn College, Texas New Mexico Military Institute Northw est Mississippi Community College Rochester CTC, Minn.

GP 11 9 10 11 10 9 10 12 11 9

Plays 521 468 493 425 350 335 346 319 330 319

PAT Att. 54 44 66 56 53 49 50 50 36 48

Rush Yds Pass Yds 762 2,929 119 2,728 320 2,763 198 2,829 623 1,855 539 1,642 100 2,176 309 2,395 -50 2,512 146 1,866 PAT Made 54 41 62 56 51 43 49 49 33 37

Total 3,691 2,847 3,083 3,027 2,478 2,181 2,276 2,704 2,462 2,012

Avg. 335.5 316.3 308.3 275.2 247.8 242.3 227.6 225.3 223.8 223.5

FGM

Points

FG Long

19 14 7 7 8 10 8 8 13 11

111 83 83 77 75 73 73 73 72 70

43 48 45 39 39 50 47 50 45 47

Scoring - Non-Kickers Rank Athlete 1 2 2 4 4 6 6 8 8 10 10

Reggie Bullock Deunta Jennings Darrelynn Dunn Marion Grice Javon Bell Josh Johnson James Gillum Chris Theulen Chris Hicks Matthew Willis Terrill Barnes

College

GP

TD's

Arizona Western College North Dakota State College of Science Iow a Central Community College Blinn College, Texas Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Dean College, Mass. Rochester CTC, Minn. Hinds Community College, Miss. Lackaw anna College, Pa.

12 9 9 10 12 9 12 6 10 9 11

22 18 18 17 17 16 16 15 15 14 14

2-Pt. Conv. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 132 108 108 102 102 96 96 90 90 84 84

Punting Rank Athlete 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 9 10

Cory Kemps Tyler Bennett Josh Hubner Quniton Patton Zach Kerndt Jarred Martin Kevin Buford Colter Johnson Chase Tennepenny Craig McCraney

College College of DuPage, Ill. Phoenix College, Ariz. Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Iow a Central Community College New Mexico Military Institute Northw est Mississippi Commuunity College Alfred State College, N.Y. Fort Scott Community College Hinds Community College, Miss.

Punts 54 43 41 62 37 39 42 51 36 43

Total Yds 2,385 1,880 1,660 2,472 1,474 1,536 1,639 1,971 1,391 1,659

Punt Avg. 44.2 43.7 40.5 39.9 39.8 39.0 38.6 38.6 38.6 38.6

Punt Long 80 68 64 75 64 58 68 77 79 59

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2011 FINAL STATISTICS Individual Defense Rank Athlete 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 8 8 10

Brian Rodgers Chris Ficklin Ethan Washek Chip Hester Terran Buck Talris Brow n Mario Gainer Cornellius Carradine Jason Catchings Korey Jones

College

GP

College of DuPage, Ill. East Central Community College, Miss. Vermilion Community College, Minn. Hutchinson Community College, Kan. College of DuPage, Ill. Coffeyville Community College, Ill. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Butler Community College, Kan. Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Garden City Community College, Kan.

12 9 9 10 12 11 10 11 11 9

College

GP

Georgia Military College Hutchinson Community College, Kan. ASA, N.Y. Nassau Community College, N.Y. Dean College, Mass. Butler Community College, Kan. Arizona Western College Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Erie Community College, N.Y. Hinds Community College, Miss. ASA, N.Y. Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Coffeyville Community College, Ill. ASA, N.Y.

7 12 9 11 9 11 12 11 7 9 8 12 11 9

College

GP

Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn. Georgia Military College Butler Community College, Kan. Georgia Military College Georgia Military College Georgia Military College College of DuPage, Ill. Lackaw anna College, Pa. Garden City Community College, Kan. Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Rochester CTC, Minn.

10 7 11 8 8 8 12 10 9 11 11

Solo Tackles 63 78 83 52 69 42 62 78 55 57

Tackle Assists 65 48 39 69 49 74 47 31 54 51

Total Tackles 128 126 122 121 118 116 109 109 109 108

Tackles for Loss Rank Athlete 1 2 3 4 4 4 7 8 8 10 10 10 10 10

Jonathan Williams Markus Golden Keith Watson Roland Green Doug Johnson Cornellius Carradine Maurice Alexander Steven Jenkins Tyler Lopes Deon Speight Gilbert Pena Meshak Williams Robert Thomas Kevin Robinson

Total Tackles 9 85 54 63 85 109 98 99 40 48 41 44 51 32

TFL 30.0 26.0 22.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 19.0 18.0 18.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.0

TFL Yards 36 23 117 85 118 45 75 116 76 85 51 62 105 35

Sacks Rank Athlete 1 2 2 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8

Antoine Gardner Jonathan Williams Cornellius Carradine Tabrian Resby Daniel McCullers Calvin Fuller Eze Obiora Karolis Bimba Mark Spaight Terrance Coleman Josh Fenderson

Total Tackles 62 9 109 19 27 18 38 24 107 76 35

Sacks 18.0 16.0 16.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 11.0 11.0 11.0 11.0

Sack Yards 0 7 86 3 3 1 125 38 82 0 36

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2011 FINAL STATISTICS Interceptions Rank

Athlete

College

GP

Int

Int Yds

Int Td's

1

Alex Benson

Rochester CTC, Minn.

11

9

180

1

2

Elijiah Lee

Globe Institute of Technology, N.Y.

9

8

215

2

2

Jeremy Massey

Mesabi Range CTC, Minn.

8

8

54

0

4

NuKeese Richardson Coffeyville Community College, Kan.

9

7

93

1

4

Tevin Kellum

Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

11

7

58

0

6

Roddrick Butler

Mesa Community College, Ariz.

10

5

203

1

6

Perrance Ward

East Mississippi Community College

10

5

33

0

6

David Whitmore

Iow a Western Community College

11

5

146

1

6

Malachi Freeman

Nassau Community College, N.Y.

11

5

150

2

6

Sir Aaron Taylor

Alfred State College, N.Y.

10

5

87

1

6

Troy Smith

Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

11

5

101

1

6

Delvin Ervin

Pearl River Community College, Miss.

9

5

44

0

6

Justin McNeil

Louisburg College, N.C.

8

5

135

0

6

Ricky Solomon

Pima Community College, Ariz.

10

5

67

0

6

Lamar Johnson

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

10

5

28

0

6

Sam Small

Northw est Mississippi Community College

10

5

43

0

Rushing Offense Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

College Eastern Arizona College Independence Community College, Kan. Iow a Central Community College Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Arizona Western College Blinn College, Texas Georgia Military College Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Northland CTC, Minn.

GP 11 10 9 12 11 12 10 9 11 10

Carries 521 559 483 522 551 481 361 481 361 290

Yards 3555 2862 2352 2941 2636 2815 2325 2087 2502 2156

Avg. 323.0 286.0 261.0 245.0 240.0 235.0 233.0 232.0 227.0 216.0

GP 10 10 10 10 12 11 10 11 11 11

Carries 265 315 326 295 378 233 317 355 412 393

Yards 474 490 539 555 713 736 700 776 881 887

Avg. 47.4 49.0 53.9 55.5 59.4 66.9 70.0 70.5 80.0 80.6

Rushing Defense Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

College Northland CTC, Minn. Louisburg College, N.C. ASA, N.Y. Lackaw anna College, Pa. Arizona Western College Eastern Arizona College Central Lakes College - Brainerd, Minn. Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Butler Community College, Kan.

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2011 FINAL STATISTICS Passing Offense Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

College Pearl River Community College, Miss. Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. East Mississippi Community College Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a Phoenix College, Ariz. New Mexico Military Institute North Dakota State College of Science Iow a Western Community College Glendale Communitay College, Ariz. Cisco College, Texas

GP 9 10 10 11 10 11 9 9 10 9

Att 373 401 414 358 387 340 317 314 281 325

Com p. 241 204 246 247 216 191 161 182 161 174

Int. 6 23 8 6 13 14 11 7 8 15

Yards 2,792 3,034 3,025 3,020 2,582 2,834 2,263 2,174 2,360 2,119

TD's 19 34 28 23 21 22 23 19 15 15

Avg. 310.2 303.4 302.5 274.5 258.2 257.6 251.4 241.6 236.0 235.4

GP 11 8 10 9 10 9 12 11 11 9

Att 259 152 192 160 228 76 282 304 244 180

Com p. 110 62 84 71 93 46 127 148 105 82

Int. 21 17 9 9 0 2 16 12 8 4

Yards 997 734 934 856 1,007 975 1,406 1,387 1,445 1,183

TD's 5 9 8 3 1 8 9 4 17 10

Avg. 90.6 91.8 93.4 95.1 100.7 117.2 126.1 131.4 134.8 140.2

Passing Defense Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

College Nassau Community College, N.Y. Globe Institute of Technology, N.Y. ASA, N.Y. Kilgore College, Texas Central Lakes College - Brainerd, Minn. Highland Community College, Kan. Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Butler Community College, Kan. Eastern Arizona College Garden City Community College, Kan.

Total Team Offense College

GP

Plays

Yards

Avg.

1

Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

11

810

5,043

548.5

2

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

12

792

5,471

455.9

3

Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a

11

785

4,990

453.6

4

East Mississippi Community College

10

715

4,385

438.5

5

Blinn College, Texas

10

612

4,223

422.3

6

Snow College, Utah

12

700

5,064

422.0

7

Georgia Military College

9

496

3,787

420.8

8

Arizona Western College

12

726

4,998

416.5

9

Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

11

773

4,556

414.2

10

Northw est Mississippi Community College

10

743

4,136

413.6

Rank

Total Team Defense College

GP

Plays

Yards

Avg.

1

ASA, N.Y.

10

518

1,473

147.0

2

Central Lakes College - Brainerd, Minn.

10

545

1,707

171.0

3

Northland CTC, Minn.

10

574

1,919

192.0

3

Arizona Western College

12

682

1,331

194.0

5

Globe Institute of Technology, N.Y.

8

412

1,563

195.0

6

Eastern Arizona College

11

477

2,181

198.0

7

Nassau Community College, N.Y.

11

642

2,266

206.0

Rank

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NJCAA TO THE NFL 69


12 FORMER NJCAA PLAYERS TAKEN IN ‘11 NFL DRAFT COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Three former NJCAA football players were selected in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft last April in New York City. Overall, 12 former NJCAA gridiron stars were selected in the draft. In the first round Cam Newton was the No. 1 selection, Nick Fairley was 13th and James Carpenter was selected 25th. 2009 NJCAA All-American and 2010 Heisman Trophy Winner Cam Newton (QB) was selected No. 1 overall by the Carolina Panthers, becoming the first player in the history of the NFL Draft with ties to the NJCAA to be taken with the first overall selection. Prior to Newton, the highest drafted former NJCAA football player was Walter Jones who was taken with the sixth overall pick in the 1997 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Jones was a standout at Holmes Community College (Miss.) before earning All-ACC honors at Florida State. Newton, who led Blinn College (Texas) to the 2009 NJCAA Championship, was the best player in major college football in 2010 and guided the Auburn Tigers to the BCS Championship. Newton’s teammate at Auburn, Nick Fairley (DT), was selected with the 13th overall pick by the Detroit Lions. Fairley was regarded as the best defensive lineman in college football in 2010, winning the Lombardi Award. Prior to Auburn, Fairley was a standout at Copiah-Lincoln Community College (Miss.). The Seattle Seahawks used their 25th overall pick to grab James CarpenNewton (#2) earned NJCAA All-American honors in 2009 ter (OL) who was a 2008 NJCAA Alland led Blinn to a national championship. Photo by Charlie American for Coffeyville Community ColKelm of Blinn College. lege (Kan.). He also earned All-Kansas Jayhawk CC Conference honors in 2007 and 2008. After Coffeyville, Carpenter transferred to Alabama where he started every game for the Crimson Tide during the 2009 and 2010 seasons, earning All-SEC honors both seasons. Several other former NJCAA football players were selected in Rounds 2-7 of the 2011 NFL Draft. Below is the complete listing of the selections of former NJCAA players in this year's draft. NOTE: Prior to Cam Newton, the highest drafted former NJCAA football player was Walter Jones who was taken with the sixth overall pick in the 1997 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks. Jones was a standout at Holmes Community College (Miss.) before earning All-ACC honors at Florida State University…Mike Rozier, the 1980 Heisman Trophy winner and former Coffeyville Community College (Kan.) player, was the second overall selection in the 1984 NFL Supplemental Draft, which is a different draft the NFL conducts each summer. The Supplemental Draft accommodates players that do not enter the regular draft. Rozier opted to play in the USFL instead of the NFL and had to enter the Supplemental Draft in order to pursue an NFL career once the USFL folded.

Markus White (#11) was the 2007 NJCAA Defensive Player of the Year as a member of the Butler Grizzlies. He starred at Florida State and was selected in the 7th round of this year’s draft by the Redskins. Photo courtesy of Randy Smith (www.bigRsports.com)

FORMER NJCAA PLAYERS SELECTED IN 2011 NFL DRAFT NAME Cam Newton

POS. QB

ROUND PICK (OVERALL) 1

1

TEAM

NJCAA COLLEGE

NCAA COLLEGE

Carolina Panthers

Blinn College

Auburn

Nick Fairley

DT

1

13

Detroit Lions

Copiah-Lincoln Comm. College

Auburn

James Carpenter

OL

1

25

Seattle Seahawks

Coffeyville Comm. College

Alabama

Stephen Paea

DT

2

53

Chicago Bears

Snow College

Oregon State

Daniel Thomas

RB

2

62

Miami Dolphins

Northwest Mississippi CC

Kansas State

Pernell McPhee

DT

5

165

Baltimore Ravens

Itawamba Comm. College

Mississippi State

Chris White

LB

6

169

Buffalo Bills

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC

Mississippi State

Mistrel Raymond

DB

6

170

Minnesota Vikings

Ellsworth Comm. College

South Florida

Byron Stingly

OT

6

175

Tennessee Titans

Joliet Junior College

Louisville

Jacquain Williams

LB

6

202

New York Giants

Fort Scott Comm. College

South Florida

Derek Newton

OL

7

214

Houston Texans

Hinds Comm. College

Arkansas State

Markus White

DE

7

224

Washington Redskins

Butler Comm. College

Florida State

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NJCAA

TO THE

NFL

NOTE: The following list contains former NJCAA football players that were listed on NFL rosters and practice squads during the 2010 NFL Season or players that are currently listed on active rosters heading into the 2011 NFL Season. The list was compiled based on data provided to the NJCAA by the respective member colleges that each player attended and research complied by the NJCAA National Office.

Blinn College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Bernard Scott

RB

Cincinnati Bengals

2005-06

Ryan Mouton

DB

Tennessee Titans

2005-06

Butler Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Ryan Torain

RB

Washington Redskins

2004-05

Shaun Smith

DE

Kansas City Chiefs

1999-00

Jeremy Mincey

DE

Jacksonville Jaguars

2003

Elbert Mack

DB

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2004-05

Jonathan Wilhite

DB

New England Patriots

2005

Coffeyville Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Brandon Jacobs

RB

New York Giants

2001-02

Devin Thomas

WR

New York Giants

2004-05

Ryan Lilja

C

Kansas City Chiefs

2000-01

Dashon Goldson

S

San Francisco 49ers

2003

Reggie Nelson

DB

Cincinnati Bengals

2004

Paul Soliai

DL

Miami Dolphins

2002-03

Jonathan Joseph

DB

Cincinnati Bengals

2003

College of DuPage Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Fred Evans

DL

Minnesota Vikings

2002-03

Copiah-Lincoln Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Tim Dobbins

LB

Miami Dolphins

2002-04

East Central Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Jorrick Calvin

DB

Philadelphia Eagles

2006

71


East Mississippi Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Marquez Branson

TE

Atlanta Falcons

2005-06

Fort Scott Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Jason Pierre-Paul

DE

New York Giants

2008

Phil Loadholt

OL

Minnesota Vikings

2005-06

Garden City Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Yamon Figurs

WR

Cleveland Browns

2003

Phil Loadholt

OL

Minnesota Vikings

2005-06

Georgia Military College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Corvey Irvin

DL

Carolina Panthers

2005-06

Jasper Brinkley

LB

Minnesota Vikings

2004-05

Jarius Wynn

DE

Green Bay Packers

2005-06

Phillip Morris

WR

Tennessee Titans

2004-05

Grand Rapids Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Marcus Bernard

LB

Cleveland Browns

N/A

Harper College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Steve Octavien

LB

Cleveland Browns

2003-04

Quincy Black

LB

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2003

Hinds Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Tommy Kelly

DL

Oakland Raiders

N/A

Ryan McBean

DE

Denver Broncos

N/A

Holmes Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Jacob Ford

DE

Tennessee Titans

2003-04

Chris White

OL

Seattle Seahawks

2001-02

Larry Hart

DE

Jacksonville Jaguars

2006-07

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TO THE

NFL

Hutchinson Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Shaun Hill

QB

Detroit Lions

1998-99

Iowa Central Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Amari Spievey

CB

Detroit Lions

2007-08

Quentin Scott

DB

Oakland Raiders

2006-07

Independence Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Allen Patrick

RB

St. Louis Rams

2004

Itawamba Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Aubrayo Franklin

DT

San Francisco 49ers

1999-00

Kareem Moore

DB

Washington Redskins

2005

Joliet Junior College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Kelvin Hayden

DB

Indianapolis Colts

2001-02

Rob Ninkovich

DE

New England Patriots

2002-03

Jones County Junior College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Deion Branch

WR

New England Patriots

1997-98

Brandon McDonald

DB

Detroit Lions

2003-04

Chauncey Davis

DE

Atlanta Falcons

2001-02

Ellis Lankster

DB

New York Jets

2005-06

Kilgore College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Demorrio Williams

LB

Kansas City Chiefs

2000-01

Marvin White

DB

Cincinnati Bengals

2003-04

Lackawanna College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Bryant McKinnie

OL

Minnesota Vikings

1997-98

73


FROM

THE

NJCAA

TO THE

NFL

Mesa Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Deuce Lutui

OL

Arizona Cardinals

2002

Mississippi Delta Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Antonio Johnson

DL

Indianapolis Colts

N/A

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Dion Gales

DL

Kansas City Chiefs

2005-06

Tramaine Brock

DB

San Francisco 49ers

2006-07

Terrence Cody

DL

Baltimore Ravens

2006-07

Navarro College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Mike Montgomery

DE

Green Bay Packers

2002-03

Pat Williams

DL

Minnesota Vikings

1993-94

J'Marcus Webb

OT

Chicago Bears

2007

New Mexico Military Institute Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Zackary Bowman

DB

Chicago Bears

2004

Northeast Mississippi Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Bruce Hall

RB

Buffalo Bills

2005

Michael Ricks

DB

Baltimore Ravens

2005-06

Mario Addison

LB

Chicago Bears

2006-07

Northwest Mississippi Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Eldra Buckley

RB

Philadelphia Eagles

2003-04

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Jeremy Shockey

TE

New Orleans Saints

2000

Remi Ayodel

DT

New Orleans Saints

2003-04

Antonio Smith

DE

Houston Texans

2002-03

Brandon Keith

OT

Arizona Cardinals

2005-06

74


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THE

NJCAA

TO THE

NFL

Pearl River Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Hiram Eugene

DB

Oakland Raiders

2001-02

Kion Wilson

LB

San Diego Chargers

2005-06

Michael Greco

S

Green Bay Packers

2006

Rochester Community & Technical College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Rhys Lloyd

K

Carolina Panthers

2001-02

Scottsdale Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Nick Miller

WR

Oakland Raiders

2005-06

Snow College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Deuce Lutui

OL

Arizona Cardinals

2003

Brett Keisel

DE

Pittsburg Steelers

1999

C.J. Ah You

DE

St. Louis Rams

2004

Andrew Mitchell

OT

Cincinnati Bengals

2006-07

J.D. Folsom

LB

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2003, 2006

Southwest Mississippi Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Glover Quin

DL

Houston Texans

2005

Howard Green

DL

Green Bay Packers

1999-00

Trinity Valley Community College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Al Harris

DB

Miami Dolphins

1994-95

Matt Bryant

PK

Atlanta Falcons

1994-95

Rock Cartwright

RB

Oakland Raiders

1998-99

Drew Coleman

DB

New York Jets

2001-02

Ahtyba Rubin

DL

Cleveland Browns

2004-05

Tyler Junior College Name

Position

NFL Team

NJCAA Years

Quincy Butler

DB

St. Louis Rams

N/A

Johnny Knox

WR

Chicago Bears

N/A

Michael Johnson

DB

New York Giants

N/A

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NJCAA Football National Champions YEAR CHAMPION, STATE

YEAR CHAMPION, STATE

1956 Coffeyville College, Kan.

1991 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

1957 Texarkana College, Texas

1992 Northwest Mississippi Community College

1958 Boise Junior College, Idaho

1993 Mississippi Delta Community College

1959 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

1994 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

1960

Tyler Junior College, Texas

1995 Blinn College, Texas

Cameron State Ag. College, Okla.

1996 Blinn College, Texas

1964 Phoenix College, Ariz.

1997 Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

1965 Ferrum Junior College, Va.

1998 Butler County Community College, Kan.

1966 Kilgore College, Texas

1999 Butler County Community College, Kan.

1967 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

2000 Glendale Community College, Ariz.

1968 Ferrum Junior College, Va.

2001 Georgia Military College

1969 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

2002 Joliet Junior College, Ill.

1970 Ft. Scott Community Jr. College, Kan.

2003 Butler County Community College, Kan.

1971 Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College

2004 Pearl River Community College, Miss.

1972 Arizona Western College

2005 Glendale Community College, Ariz.

1973 Mesa Community College, Ariz.

2006 Blinn College, Texas

1974 Ferrum College, Va. 1975 Mesa Community College, Ariz.

2007

Butler Community College, Kan. Miss. Gulf Coast Community College

1976 Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

2008 Butler Community College, Kan.

1977 Ferrum College, Va.

2009 Blinn College, Texas

1978 Iowa Central Community College

2010 Navarro College, Texas

1979 Ranger Junior College, Texas 1980 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

TOP NON-SCHOLARSHIP TEAM

1981 Butler County Community College, Kan.

2000 Rochester Community College, Minn.

1982 Northwest Mississippi Junior College

2001 Joliet Junior College, Ill.

1983 Coffeyville Community College, Kan.

2002 Joliet Junior College, Ill.

1984 Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College

2003 William Rainey Harper College, Ill.

1985 Snow College, Utah

2004 William Rainey Harper College, Ill.

1986 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

2005 Grand Rapids Community College, Mich.

1987 Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

2006 Vermilion Community College, Minn.

1988 Glendale Community College, Ariz.

2007 Rochester Comm. & Tech College, Minn.

1989 Navarro College, Texas

2008 Harper College, Ill.

1990 Coffeyville Community College, Kan.

2009 Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. 2010 Nassau Community College, N.Y. 77


NJCAA Major Football Records

Individual Scoring (Overall) GP TD XPTS FG Points Tom Zenner; Normandale Community College, Minn. (1987) . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . 34 . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . . . .0. . . . . .204 .......................... Scoring by Non-Kickers GP TD XPT(2) Total Tom Zenner; Normandale Community College, Minn. (1987) . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . 34 . . . . . . . .--. . . . . . 204 .................................. PAT PAT Long Att. Made FG Scoring by Kicking FGM Points Rhys Lloyd; Rochester Community & Tech. College, Minn. (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77 . . . . . . .76 . . . . . . . 14 . . . . . . . .48 . . . . . . .118 ....................... Longest Field Goal Yards Ben Davis; Ricks College, Idaho (1997) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 ................................ Rushing Yards in a Season GP Att. Yards TD Rodrick Johnson; Dixie State College of Utah (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 . . . . . 353 . . . . . . .2,338 . . . . . . . . 25 ............................ Rushing TD's in a Season Isaac Odim; Rochester Comm.&Tech. College, Minn. (2007)

GP 11

TD 27

Passing Yards in a Season GP Att. Com p. Int. Pct. Yards Marc Dunn; Ricks College, Idaho (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . .424 . . . . . . . 261 . . . . . . . . 16 . . . . . . .61.6 . . . . . . .4,001 ....

TD 39

Passing Com pletion Percentage (Minn. 200 Attem pts) GP Att. Com p. Int. Pct. Yards TD Terrance Cain; Blinn College, Texas (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 . . . . . 274 . . . . . . . .195 . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . .71.1 . . . . . . . 2,185 . . . . . . . 22 Passing TD's in a Season GP Att. Com p. Int. Pct. Yards TD Tony DeLeon; Vermilion Community College, Minn. (1992) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . .425 . . . . . . . 241 . . . . . . . . 15 . . . . . . .56.7 . . . . . . .3,968 . . . . . . . . 50 .......... Pass Receiving - Rec. Per Gam e GP Rec. Yards TD Rec./Gam e Ron Fiar; Pratt Community College, Kan. (1986) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8. . . . . .79 . . . . . .1,032 . . . . . . . . .8. . . . . . . . . . 9.9 ............. Receptions in a Season GP Rec. Yards TD Rec./Gam e Alex Green; Vermilion Community College, Minn. 10 88 1,255 14 8.8 Quintin Robinson; Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a (2008) . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . .88 . . . . . .1,102 . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . . . 8.0 ........................ Receving Yards in a Season GP Rec. Yards TD Rec./Gam e B.J. Franklin; Vermilion Community College, Minn. (1994) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9. . . . . .70 . . . . . 1,447 . . . . . . . . . 22 . . . . . . . . . . . 7.8 .................... Receving TD's in a Season GP Rec. Yards TD Rec./Gam e B.J. Franklin; Vermilion Community College, Minn. (1994) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9. . . . . .70 . . . . . .1,447 . . . . . . . . 22 . . . . . . . . . . . 7.8 .................... Total Offense GP Plays Rush Pass Total Will Hall; Northw est Mississippi Community College (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 . . . . . .432 . . . . . . . 93 . . . . . . 3,982 . . . . . . . .4,075 ..........................

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NJCAA Football Major Records Individual (cont.) Punting Punts Yards Avg. Long Gerald Wilburn; Potomac State College, W.V. (1998) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 . . . . . .2,226 . . . . . . . 48.4 . . . . . . . . .71 .................... Interception Leader GP Int. Return Yards Int. TD's Vonkeith Spencer; Midddle Georgia College, Ga. (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . .14 . . . . . . . . . . 274 . . . . . . . . . . . . .0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Landrain Gordon; Central Lakes College, Minn. (2007) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . .14 . . . . . . . . . . .125 . . . . . . . . . . . .1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Tackles in a Season Davey Jones; Hutchinson Community College, Kan. (1978)

GP 10

Total Tackles 175

Sacks in a Season GP Ass. Solo Total Tackles Sacks Markus White; Butler Community College, Kan. (2007). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 . . . . . . 62 . . . . . . . 35 . . . . . . . . . . . .97 . . . . . . . . . .24.5 ..............

Team Rushing Offense GP Carries Net Yards Avg./Gam e Ellsw orth Community College, Iow a (1989) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9. . . . .482 . . . . . . . . . .4,065 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .451.7 .......... Rushing Defense GP Carries Net Yards Avg./Gam e Middle Georgia College, Ga. (1998) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 . . . . . .342 . . . . . . . . . . . 57 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.2 ... Net Passing Offense GP Att. Com p. Int. Yards Ricks College, Idaho (2000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 . . . . . .482 . . . . . . . 289 . . . . . . . .19 . . . . . . 4,317 ..

TD 44

Avg./ Gam e 437.1

Net Avg./ Passing Defense GP Att. Com p. Int. Yards TD Gam e Henderson County Junior College, Texas (1973) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . .80 . . . . . . .31 . . . . . . . 11 . . . . . . . 259 . . . . . . . . .3. . . . . .25.9 ... Total Offense GP Total Plays Net Yards Dixie College, Utah (1996) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 . . . . . . . . . .787 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5,657 ....

Avg./Gam e 565.7

Total Defense GP Total Plays Net Yards Avg/Gam e Georgia Military College, Ga. (2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 . . . . . . . . .482 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .676 ........... 67.6 Highest Scoring Gam e (Com bined)

S c o re

75-71

Team s East Miss vs. Miss Gulf Coast

Date 11/7/2009

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NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Individual Leaders Scoring Year

Name; College, State

GP

TD's

2-Pt. Conv.

Total Points

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tommy Reamon; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Tommy Reamon; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. F. Carolina; Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College J.D. Pride, Lakewood Community College, Minn. Gary Strodtman; University of Minnesota-Crookston Ron Springs; Coffeyville, Community College, Kan. Larry Heater; Dixie College, Utah Jim Kelly; Rochester Community College, Minn. Leon Chadwick; Ferrum College, Va. Jerome LaMeir; Ranger Junior College, Texas Barry Riddick; College of DuPage, Ill. Harold Brown; Joliet Junior College, Ill. Matt Hoffman; Joliet Junior College, Ill. Mike Cacioppo; Glendale Community College, Ariz. Houston Agnew; Northwest Mississippi Junior College Kelly Brown; Normandale Community College, Minn. Kevin White; Snow College, Utah Fine Unga; Dixie College, Utah Tom Zenner; Normandale Community College, Minn. Siran Stacy; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Rich Lucas; Normandale Community College, Minn. Craig Mitter; Nassau Community College, N.Y. Derrick Harris; Harper College, Ill. Brian Knuckles; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Rod Edlund; Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Eric Hines; Jones Jr. College, Miss. Tommy Reynolds; North Dakota State College, N.D. Brian McKenzie; Arizona Western College, Ariz. Rodrick Johnson; Dixie College, Utah Bernard Henry; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Steve Later; Ricks College, Idaho Rudi Johnson; Butler County Community College, Kan. Alan Jones; Lackawanna Junior College, Pa. Rod Malone; Rochester Comm. & Tech. Coll., Minn. Andre Hall; Georgia Military College, Ga. Joseph Harris; Butler County Community College, Kan. James Johnson; Blinn College,Texas Travis Evans; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Bernard Scott; Blinn College, Texas Isaac Odim; Rochester Community & Tech College, Minn. Tirrell Rennie; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Mulku Kalokoh; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Reggie Bullock; Arizona Western College

10 10 11 8 9 10 9 9 10 10 11 12 8 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 9 11 10 10 11 9 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10 11 10 11 11 11 10 10 12

23 20 24 24 14 25 20 20 18 22 16 20 17 17 18 22 18 23 34 25 22 23 23 24 21 21 24 23 25 24 20 28 28 23 21 26 21 25 28 28 16 22 22

1 2 4 2 1 3 1 2 3 2 1 1 1 3 1 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0

138 120 146 144 84 150 102 120 108 136 96 128 102 102 112 134 114 140 204* 154 132 138 144 148 128 128 144 140 156 146 126 168 174 138 126 156 126 150 172 168 98 132 132

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NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Rushing Year

Name; College, State

GP

Att.

Yards

TD

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tommy Reamon; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. C. Russell; Garden City Community College, Kan. C. Russell; Garden City Community College, Kan. Tony Galbreath; Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Ricky Kelly; Garden City Community College, Kan. Ron Springs; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Robert Robertson; Garden City Community College, Kan. Jim Kelly; Rochester Community College, Minn. John Robinson; New Mexico Military Institute Dwayne Crutchfield; Garden City Community College, Kan Walter Ross; Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Minn. Harold Brown; Joliet Junior College, Ill. Joey Harris; Wharton County Junior College, Texas Ronnie Ducksworth; Tyler Junior College, Texas Charles Johnson; Harford Community College, Md. Willie Holmes; Copiah-Lincoln Junior College, Miss. Kevin Johnson; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Bruce Perkins; Butler County Community College, Kan. Robert Hardy; Lees-McRae College, N.C. Vince Powell; Northwest Mississippi Community College Charlie Garner; Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Kalin Hall; Dixie College, Utah Dwayne Gray; College of DuPage, Ill. Rod Edlund; Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Archie Amerson; Dixie College, Utah Corey Dillon; Dixie College, Utah Rodrick Johnson; Dixie College, Utah Robert Davidson; William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Terrance Williams; Hinds Community College, Miss. Rudi Johnson; Butler County Community College, Kan. Alan Jones; Lackawanna Junior College, Pa. Gerrard Jackson; Dodge City Community College, Kan. Andre Hall; Georgia Military College, Ga. Emmanuel Marc; Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Eldra Buckley; Northwest Mississippi Community College Kenny Wilson; Butler Community College, Kan. LeGarrett Blount; East Mississippi Community College Jacques Crawford; Cisco Junior College, Texas Alex McLaughlin; Ridgewater College, Minn. Jasmin Hopkins; Fort Scott Community College Reggie Bullock; Arizona Western College

10 10 10 9 10 10 11 9 10 10 9 12 10 10 10 9 8 11 10 11 9 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 8 11 10 8 10 9 9 8 8 10 9 12 12

224 266 266 152 290 290 244 247 275 240 275 298 230 269 233 252 244 369 213 238 269 267 283 254 273 279 353 300 225 266 247 285 219 273 160 112 189 283 274 322 301

1,582 2,088 1,588 1,208 1,577 1,855 1,365 1,407 1,522 1,812 1,612 2,274 1,425 1,630 1,374 1,428 1,414 2,122 1,670 1,920 2,059 1,950 1,419 1,700 1,691 1,899 2338 * 1,780 1,436 1,851 2,069 1,164 1,604 1,769 1,276 1,229 1,250 1,935 1,730 1,931 1,830

23 18 20 17 10 25 12 20 14 18 10 20 14 10 10 9 18 16 19 18 22 20 16 21 20 20 25 9 14 25 26 10 19 17 12 14 12 19 16 16 20

Yards/Ga me 158.2 208.8 158.8 134.2 157.7 185.5 124.1 156.3 152.2 181.2 179.1 189.5 142.5 163.0 137.4 158.7 176.8 192.9 167.0 174.5 228.8 195.0 129.0 170.0 169.1 189.9 233.8 * 178.0 179.5 168.3 206.9 145.5 160.4 196.6 141.8 153.6 156.3 193.5 192.2 160.9 152.5

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NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Passing Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Name; College, State G. Patrick; Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. S. Hale; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. D. Mendez; Mesa Community College, Ariz. Lynn Lewis; Dixie College, Utah Lynn Lewis; Dixie College, Utah Oscar Ramirez; Mesa Community College, Ariz. Gary Crowton; Snow College, Utah Kimber Hall; Snow College, Utah Mike Long; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. James Owens; Marion Military Institute, Ala. J.F. Green; Rock Valley Community College, Ill. Brian Larsen; Ricks College, Idaho Tom Peterson; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Steve Lindsley; Ricks College, Idaho Darren Kelderman; Iowa Lakes Community College, Iowa Vic Kankey; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Tom Rupp; Iowa Lakes Community College, Iowa Matt Booher; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Sean Fisher; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Edward Fletcher; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. John Kaleo; Montgomery College, Md. Tony DeLeon; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Tony DeLeon; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Roger Cook; Dixie College, Utah Daren Wilkinson; Ricks College, Idaho Tim Rattay; Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Paul Chiochetto; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Fred Salanoa; Snow College, Utah Griffen Goodman; Eastern Arizona College, Ariz. Olin Hannum; Snow College, Utah Marc Dunn; Ricks College, Idaho Charlie Reeve; Pearl River Community College, Miss. Paul Peterson; Snow College, Utah Dane King; Blinn College, Texas Jimmy Oliver; Pearl River Community College, Miss. Jimmy Oliver; Pearl River Community College, Miss. Cade Cooper; Snow College, Utah Garrett Barnas; Harper College, Ill. Terrance Cain; Blinn College, Texas Randall Mackey; East Mississippi Community College Willie Tindall; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

GP 9 10 10 9 9 9 11 10 10 10 10 10 8 11 10 9 10 8 9 11 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 9 12 9 12 10 12 11 11

Int. 18 20 8 18 20 10 12 14 14 13 22 4 15 20 26 15 23 13 20 13 9 16 15 12 11 22 11 16 9 6 16 7 14 7 11 13 8 10 12 12 5

Pct. 42.0 53.1 52.6 44.5 50.9 54.4 51.9 46.3 49.3 44.0 53.1 59.1 56.7 54.1 43.1 48.4 50.5 60.4 55.0 50.0 60.9 48.5 56.7 54.6 57.0 55.1 61.1 58.3 58.1 63.5 61.6 61.0 63.2 59.2 54.6 55.6 66.8 54.5 68.4 69.1 68.7

Yards 1,450 1,936 1,583 1,698 1,958 1,757 2,088 2,148 2,177 1,584 2,216 2,522 2,457 3,401 2,909 2,037 2,239 3,393 3,027 2,511 2,963 2,588 3,968 2,331 3,104 3,527 3,523 3,082 2,794 3,378 4,001 2,553 2,982 2,797 3,487 2,821 3,111 2,514 3,138 3,122 2,929

TD's 14 14 13 13 20 16 19 17 23 12 19 25 11 24 27 22 16 33 23 24 32 26 50 16 31 28 46 35 13 25 39 25 35 27 40 27 31 22 29 32 23

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NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Total Offense Year

Name; College, State

GP

Plays

Rush

Pass

Total Yards

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tommy Reamon; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. C. Russell; Garden City Community College, Kan. C. Pennock; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Lynn Lewis; Dixie College, Utah Dale Heffron; Itasca Community College, Minn. Ron Springs; Coffeyville, Community College, Kan. Gary Crowton; Snow College, Utah Kimber Hall; Snow College, Utah Mike Long; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Ben Bubak; Dixie College, Utah J.F. Green; Rock Valley Community College, Ill. Brian Larsen; Ricks College, Idaho Tom Peterson; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Steve Lindsley; Ricks College, Idaho Darren Kelderman; Iowa Lakes Community College Greg Freeman; Joliet Junior College, Ill. Tom Rupp; Iowa Lakes Community College, Iowa Matt Booher; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Sean Fisher; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Edward Fletcher; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. John Kaleo; Montgomery College, Md. Tony DeLeon; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Tony DeLeon; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Roger Cook; Dixie College, Utah Daren Wilkinson; Ricks College, Idaho Tim Rattay; Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Paul Chiochetto; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Fred Salanoa; Snow College, Utah Griffen Goodman; Eastern Arizona College, Ariz. Jason Johnson; Kemper Military Junior College, Mo. Will Hall; Northwest Mississippi Community College Eric Rekieta; Navarro College, Texas David Leyva; Rainy River Community College, Minn. Dane King; Blinn College, Texas Jimmy Oliver; Pearl River Community College, Miss. Jimmy Oliver; Pearl River Community College, Miss. Cade Cooper; Snow College, Utah Garrett Barnas; Harper College, Ill. Tirrell Rennie; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Tirrell Rennie; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Willie Tindall; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

10 10 10 9 8 10 11 10 10 10 10 10 8 11 10 9 10 8 9 11 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 12 9 9 12 9 12 10 10 11 11

238 273 230 205 362 300 393 283 346 183 205 430 406 468 520 302 417 442 351 357 354 290 503 332 385 465 468 438 608 437 432 536 422 350 460 432 371 526 511 479 521

1582 2088 414 127 1167 1855 478 218 -92 443 53 300 -22 9 30 300 24 103 182 126 -23 70 101 -15 32 -269 52 -58 121 718 93 236 225 104 171 329 167 565 1,011 1,025 762

279 72 1,408 1,698 784 144 2,088 2,148 2,177 1,218 2,216 2,522 2,457 3,401 2,909 1,758 2,229 3,393 3,027 2,511 2,963 2,588 3,968 2,331 3,104 3,527 3,523 3,082 2,794 2,813 3,982 3,068 2,320 2,797 3,487 2,821 3,111 2,514 2,458 2,863 2,929

1,861 2,160 1,822 1,825 1,951 1,999 2,566 2,366 2,085 1,661 2,269 2,822 2,435 3,410 2,939 2,058 2,253 3,496 3,209 2,637 2,940 2,658 4,069 2,316 3,136 3,258 3,575 3,024 2,915 3,531 4,075 * 3,294 2,545 2,901 3,658 3,150 3,278 3,079 3,469 3,888 3,691

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NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Receiving Year

Name; College, State

GP

Catch

Yards

TD's

Catch/Ga me

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

B. Spencer; Wright College, Ill. John Tuttle; Coffeyville Community College, J. Sanders; Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Henry Jenkins; Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Jay Spendlove; Dixie College, Utah Kevin Wilder; Austin Community College, Minn. Ken Beckman; Glendale Community College, Ariz. Mike Friede; Garden City Community College, Kan. Matt Biddle; Cowley County Community College, Kan. Dave Larsen; Dixie College, Utah Larry Seiple; Rock Valley Community College, Ill. Troy Staver; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Craig Lewis; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Craig Lewis; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Joey Boxley; Dixie College, Utah Albert Brown; Iowa Lakes Community College, Iowa Gary Ambrose; Iowa Lakes Community College, Iowa Ron Fair; Pratt Community College, Kan. Scotty Neuman; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Wayne Hawkins; Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Hendricks Johnson; Arizona Western; Ariz. Gerald Benton; Garden City Community College, Kan. Derek Murray; Wenatchee Valley Comm. Coll., Wash. Bobby Stevens; Independence Community College, Kan. Darrell Nicklow; Itawamba Community College, Miss. B.J. Franklin; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Jeremy McDaniel; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Alex Green; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Jeremy Lee; Ridgewater College, Minn. Art Baxter; Eastern Arizona College, Ariz. Travis Lueck; North Dakota St. Clg. of Science Aaron Boone; Snow College, Utah Cliff Pawlak; William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Kelvin Hayden; Joliet Junior College, Ill. Keith Eloi; William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Jermaine Barnett; Garden City Community College, Kan. Desmond Jennings; Itawamba Community College, Miss. Kennard Burton; Dodge City Community College, Kan. Nate Schoenecker; Central Lakes College, Minn. Quintin Robinson; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Desmond Ratliff; Pearl River CC, Miss. Dexter Holmes; Holmes CC, Miss.

9 10 8 9 9 8 9 11 10 10 10 9 9 8 10 10 10 8 8 8 7 10 8 10 9 9 7 10 8 10 9 9 9 10 10 8 8 9 11 11 9 10

54 54 37 45 57 52 66 57 55 49 70 63 54 63 58 76 71 79 65 72 47 83 51 65 70 70 64 88 72 78 72 69 65 72 72 51 54 55 81 88 85 65

787 897 771 717 766 744 983 1,078 648 747 1,094 937 917 945 1,201 1,344 1,134 1,032 1,087 976 700 714 819 1,089 877 1,447 956 1,255 988 743 977 1,339 727 1,297 907 306 848 645 1,129 1,102 1,055 972

13 4 11 8 4 6 4 17 6 10 2 5 3 12 16 4 8 12 7 1 6 7 14 5 22 12 14 4 6 14 18 14 13 8 3 6 3 13 10 10 12

6.0 5.4 4.6 5.0 6.3 6.5 7.4 5.1 5.5 4.9 7.0 7.0 6.0 7.8 5.8 7.6 7.1 9.9 * 8.1 9.0 6.7 8.3 6.4 6.5 7.8 7.8 9.1 8.8 9.0 7.8 8.0 7.7 7.2 7.2 7.2 6.4 6.8 6.1 7.4 8.0 9.4 6.5

84


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Punting Year

Name; College, State

Punts

Yards

Avg.

1970

S. Nelson; Mesa College, Colo.

59

2,622

44.4

1971

S. Bauer; Mesa College, Colo.

43

1,951

45.3

1972

D. Cheves; Northeastern Oklahoma College, Okla.

45

2,050

45.6

1973

Mike Fendley; Triton College, Ill.

65

2,967

45.5

1974

Mike Fallon; Ferrum College, Va.

57

2,420

42.4

1975

Larry Young; Blinn College, Texas

55

2,480

45.1

1976

Alan Dantz; Dixie College, Utah

37

1,645

44.5

1977

Pat King; Pratt Community College, Kan.

51

2,209

43.3

1978

Bucky Scribner; Pratt Community College, Kan.

62

2,691

43.4

1979

Gary Allred; Dixie College, Utah

48

2,246

46.8

1980

Grant Campbell; Ricks College, Idaho

53

2,525

47.6

1981

Greg Walcher; Ranger Junior College, Texas

15

578

45.2

1982

Gary Webster; Ricks College, Idaho

58

2,604

44.9

1983

Bob Hagedorn; Dixie College, Idaho

33

1,481

44.8

1984

Jerry Clary; Highland Community College, Kan.

31

1,303

42.0

1985

David Bruno; Moraine Valley; Ill.

41

1,818

44.3

1986

Clint Riddle; Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

30

1,351

45.0

1987

Steve Bradley; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa

24

1,070

44.6

1988

Myron Martin; Coahoma Junior College, Miss.

60

2,630

43.8

1989

Jamie Galaito; Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y.

38

1,677

44.1

1990

Richard Chisolm; Holmes Community College, Miss.

64

2,773

43.3

1991

Shannon Rutledge; Waldorf College, Iowa

46

2,078

45.2

1992

Brian Lambert; Northland Community College, Minn.

31

1,374

44.3

1993

Greg Ivy; Navarro College, Texas

57

2,429

42.6

1994

Larry Binion; Mesa Community College, Ariz.

57

2,505

43.9

1995

Jaret Holmes; Hinds Community College, Miss.

53

2,392

45.1

1996

Matt Futch; Georgia Military College, Ga.

46

2,038

44.3

1997

Al Hunt; East Central Community College, Miss.

30

1,322

44.1

1998

Gerald Wilburn; Potomac State College, W.V.

46

2,226

48.4 *

1999

Keith Knapp; Potomac State College, W.V.

46

2,011

43.7

2000

Brian Bradford; Trinity Valley Community College, Texas

56

2,434

43.5

2001

Clay Crisp; Georgia Military College, Ga.

37

1,536

41.5

2002

Blake Kinart; Pima Community College, Ariz.

28

1,216

43.4

2003

David Rios; Cisco Junior College, Texas

45

2,070

46.0

2004

Matt Robinson; Rock Valley College, Ill.

53

2,210

41.7

2005

Jared Armstrong; William Rainey Harper, Ill.

43

1,881

43.7

2006

Ben Nowicki; Mesa Community College, Ariz.

43

1,899

44.1

2007

Joei Fiegler; Georgia Military College

37

1,640

44.3

2008

Heath Hutchins; Itawamba Community College, Miss.

42

1,933

46.0

2009

Cedric Smith; Arkansas Baptist College

68

2,918

42.9

2010

Cory Kemps; College of DuPage, Ill.

54

2,385

44.2

85


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Scoring - Kickers Year

Name; College, State

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

S. Hall; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. S. Hall; Fort Scott Community College, Kan. D. Harves; Rochester Community College, Minn. Mark Uselman; Ricks College, Idaho Eddie Huff; Ferrum College, Va. Rich Adams; New Mexico Military Inst., N.M. Frank McLaughlin; Montgomery College, Md. Wayne Van Der Loo; Phoenix College, Ariz. Joe Calderon; Ranger Junior College, Texas Rick Anderson; Ellsworth Community College, Iowa David Megee; Ranger Junior College, Texas Gary Webster; Ricks College, Idaho Gary Webster; Ricks College, Idaho Russ Moody; Dixie College, Utah Greg Guthrie; Rochester Community College, Minn. Leonard Chitty; Snow College, Utah Rick Walsh; Montgomery College, Md. Matt Bombard; Snow College, Utah Craig Brawley; Lees-McRae College, N.C. Tom Burke; Mississippi Delta Community College, Miss. John Ross; Butler County Community College, Kan. Trea Ward; Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Lonny Calicchio; Northwest Mississippi Comm. Coll. Todd Ferriera; Ricks College, Idaho Matt Bryant; Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Ryan Blokham; Snow College, Utah Tim Hardeway; Georgia Military College, Ga. Scott Westerfield; Hinds Community College, Miss. Les Binkley; Northwest Mississippi Community College Shae Orrell; Northwest Mississippi Community College Shae Orrell; Northwest Mississippi Community College Rhys Lloyd; Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Rhys Lloyd; Rochester Comm. & Tech. College, Minn. Joe Tantarelli; Glendale Community College, Ariz. Chris Dupree; Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Joe Paletta; Butler Community College, Kan. Zach Manning; Snow College, Utah Sean Brauchle; Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Sean Brauchle; Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Bo Bryan; Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Alex Sweat; Snow College, Utah

PAT Made

PAT Att.

FGM

Points

47 48 37 27 36 35 35 26 19 37 31 37 27 40 30 26 36 36 40 41 40 29 51 44 53 31 48 34 51 57 71 76 53 45 60 59 55 39 57 59 54

56 58 41 30 38 41 37 29 23 38 32 40 30 44 30 28 37 39 44 41 42 29 61 48 54 38 48 37 52 63 75 77 54 46 74 63 51 39 55 63 54

6 8 5 14 9 6 8 16 20 7 11 11 20 13 13 23 15 13 14 11 12 16 12 14 11 17 10 13 12 13 7 14 8 13 5 13 8 21 14 13 19

65 72 52 69 63 53 59 74 79 58 64 70 87 79 69 95 81 75 82 74 76 77 87 86 86 82 78 73 87 96 92 118 77 84 75 98 75 102 97 98 111

86


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Interceptions Year

Name; College, State

GP

Int.

Return Yards

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007

2009

Reginald Harvey; Snow College, Utah Sinatra Armstrong; Northwest Mississippi Comm. Coll. Craig Talberg; University of Minnesota-Crookston; Jamie Thomas; Brainerd Community College, Minn. Gordon Brown; Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Ernest Gerier; Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Tony Armeli; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Anthony Joe; Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Vonkeith Spencer; Middle Georgia College, Ga. Joey Pinkston; East Central Community College, Miss. Corey Harris; Butler County Community College, Kan. Jonathan Shaw; Northwest Mississippi Comm. Coll. Jermire Roberts; Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Courtney Walters; Mesabi Range Comm. & Tech. Coll., Minn. Andreas Williams; Rainy River Community College, Minn. Larry Kendrick; Pearl River Community College, Miss. Levance Richmond; Pearly River Community College, Miss. Paul Stephens; Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Tony Kley; Ridgewater College, Minn. Javorris Jackson; Vermilion Community College, Minn. Landrian Gordon; Central Lakes College, Minn. Jimmy Anderson; Kilgore College, Texas Marcus Benjamin; Arizona Western College Jeremy Ratliff; Southwest Mississippi Community College

10 11 8 10 10 8 10 7 11 10 11 11 11 6 9 11 12 9 9 12 11 9 9 8

9 11 11 10 11 9 12 9 14* 11 9 9 11 8 10 9 13 11 11 9 14* 8 8 10

182 116 39 118 187 134 191 142 274 84 134 160 223 0 0 169 201 152 0 235 125 57 16 42

2010

Alex Benson; Rochester CTC, Minn.

11

9

180

2008

87


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Team Leaders Rushing Offense Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

College; City, State Wesley College; Dover, Del. Lakewood Community College; Lakewood, Minn. Willmar Community College; Willmar, Minn. Lakewood Community College; Lakewood, Minn. Fort Scott Community College; Fort Scott; Kan. Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Illinois Valley Community College; Oglesby, Ill. Illinois Valley Community College; Oglesby, Ill. Garden City Community College; Garden City, Kan. Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Triton College; River Grove; Ill. Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College; Perkinston, Miss. Brainerd Community College; Brainerd, Minn. Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. Waldorf College; Forest City, Iowa Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Ellsworth Community College; Iowa Falls, Iowa Ellsworth Community College; Iowa Falls, Iowa Dixie College; St. George; Utah Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. North Iowa Area Community College; Mason City, Iowa Garden City Community College; Garden City, Kan. Dixie College; St. George; Utah Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Waldorf College; Forest City, Iowa Georgia Military College; Milledgeville; Ga. New Mexico Military Institute; Roswell; N.M. Arizona Western College; Yuma, Ariz. Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. New Mexico Military Institute; Roswell; N.M. Glendale Community College; Glendale, Ariz. Iowa Central Community College; Fort Dodge, Iowa Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College; Perkinston, Miss. Eastern Arizona College; Thatcher, Ariz. Eastern Arizona College; Thatcher, Ariz. Eastern Arizona College; Thatcher, Ariz. Eastern Arizona College; Thatcher, Ariz. Eastern Arizona College; Thatcher, Ariz.

GP 9 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 9 11 10 8 9 8 10 10 9 8 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 9 10 11 10 10 9 10 10 11 11 11

Carries 499 467 450 367 573 603 495 641 579 564 574 472 656 565 450 505 449 552 605 482 479 584 469 520 488 524 565 567 376 570 487 510 548 491 586 426 439 514 610 586 521

Yards 2,666 2,757 2,832 2,724 3,508 3,335 3,225 3,256 3,750 3,570 3,364 2,829 4,320 3,382 2,479 2,582 2,913 3,463 3,233 4,065 3,603 3,358 2,860 3,426 2,783 3,382 3,904 3,211 2,990 4,299 3,194 3,071 3,587 2,675 3,139 2,755 2,915 3,378 4,195 3,943 3,555

Avg. 296.2 344.6 354.0 340.5 350.8 333.5 322.5 325.6 375.0 357.0 420.5 314.3 392.0 338.2 309.9 286.8 364.1 346.3 323.3 451.7 * 450.4 335.8 357.5 342.6 278.3 338.2 390.4 321.1 299.0 390.8 354.9 307.1 326.1 267.5 313.9 306.1 291.5 337.8 381.3 358.1 323.1

88


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Rushing Defense Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

College; City, State Mesabi Community College; Virginia, Minn. Fort Scott Community College; Fort Scott; Fort Scott Community College; Fort Scott; Lees-McRae College; Banner Elk, N.C. Joliet Junior College; Joliet; Ill. Rochester Community College; Rochester, Minn. Wesley College; Dover, Del. Ferrum College; Ferrum, Va. Dean Junior College; Franklin, Mass. Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Rochester Community College; Rochester, Minn. Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. Dixie College; St. George; Utah Brainerd Community College; Brainerd, Minn. Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College; Miami, Okla. Lees-McRae College; Banner Elk, N.C. Lees-McRae College; Banner Elk, N.C. Navarro College; Corsicana, Texas North Greenville College; Tigerville; S.C. North Greenville College; Tigerville; S.C. Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Navarro College; Corsicana, Texas Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. College of DuPage; Glen Ellyn, Ill. Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Rochester Technical & Community College; Rochester, Minn. Middle Georgia College; Cochran, Ga. Rochester Community & Technical College; Rochester, Minn. Rochester Community & Technical College; Rochester, Minn. Joliet Junior College; Joliet; Ill. Joliet Junior College; Joliet; Ill. Mesabi Range Community & Technical College; Virginia, Minn. Georgia Military College; Milledgeville; Ga. Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Georgia Military College; Milledgeville; Ga. Blinn College, Texas Eastern Arizona College Northland Community & Tech. College; Thief River Falls, Minn.

GP 7 10 10 9 9 8 10 10 8 10 10 9 8 10 8 9 10 10 10 9 9 8 10 10 10 11 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 12 11 10

Carries 219 370 394 394 366 316 396 417 311 420 416 315 277 281 255 282 361 392 351 250 278 245 316 325 268 270 330 342 346 407 367 390 435 325 373 233 288 312 260 265

Net 240 215 810 354 486 404 554 322 439 590 358 224 450 390 284 509 523 632 387 212 478 223 294 506 446 387 511 565 57 447 157 803 430 328 482 503 430 345 560 481 474

Avg. 34.2 21.5 81.0 39.3 54.0 50.5 55.4 32.2 54.9 59.0 35.8 24.8 56.2 39.0 35.5 56.5 52.3 63.2 38.7 23.6 53.1 27.9 29.4 50.6 44.6 35.2 46.5 56.5 5.2 * 44.7 14.3 73.0 39.1 29.8 53.6 50.3 39.0 34.5 46.6 43.7 47.4

89


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Passing Offense Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

College; City, State Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. Dixie College; St. George; Utah Rochester Community College; Rochester, Minn. Mesa Community College; Mesa, Ariz. Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Inver Hills Community College; Inver Grove Heights, Minn. Rock Valley College; Rockford, Ill. Inver Hills Community College; Inver Grove Heights, Minn. Inver Hills Community College; Inver Grove Heights, Minn. Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Iowa Lakes Community College; Estherville; Iowa Iowa Lakes Community College; Estherville; Iowa Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Inver Hills Community College; Inver Grove Heights, Minn. Fort Scott Community College; Fort Scott; Kan. Arizona Western College; Yuma, Ariz. Hibbing Community College; Hibbing, Minn. Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Scottsdale Community College; Scottsdale; Ariz. Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Eastern Arizona College; Thatcher, Ariz. Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Pearl River Community College; Poplarville; Miss. Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Pearl River Community College; Poplarville; Miss. Pearl River Community College; Poplarville; Miss. Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Harper College; Palatine, Ill. East Mississippi Community College; Scooba, Miss. Northwest Mississippi Community College Pearl River Community College; Poplarville; Miss.

GP 9 10 8 9 8 9 11 10 10 9 10 9 8 11 10 10 10 8 9 10 8 8 10 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 10 12 9 12 11 10 9 9

Att. 257 285 137 231 245 216 272 296 308 246 346 346 352 461 483 506 381 389 315 378 319 378 450 345 479 399 492 377 446 356 482 382 394 377 414 358 356 458 344 347 373

Comp. 113 148 62 108 105 117 145 125 153 142 174 183 200 248 210 249 230 235 172 161 156 181 262 201 241 220 301 217 257 223 289 233 247 227 215 199 233 248 212 184 241

Int. 21 23 14 20 25 10 17 23 15 19 33 24 17 24 29 28 15 14 20 20 23 16 17 15 24 22 16 16 12 6 19 8 14 12 13 14 8 11 18 13 6

Net 1,767 2,084 1,462 1,739 1,496 1,853 2,453 2,635 2,282 2,218 2,417 2,566 2,626 3,923 3,116 3,366 2,823 3,417 3,059 2,557 2,798 2,985 4,213 2,285 3,501 3,527 3,821 3,199 3,180 3,514 4,371 2,843 3,020 3,284 3,617 2,868 3,242 3,012 3,062 2,913 2,799

TD's 18 14 12 13 13 16 22 20 24 11 20 18 12 28 28 18 22 33 23 14 24 28 50 17 44 28 49 38 17 25 44 28 35 32 42 27 32 24 27 27 19

Avg. 196.3 208.4 182.8 193.2 187.0 205.9 223.0 263.5 228.2 246.4 241.7 285.1 328.3 356.6 311.6 336.6 282.3 427.1 339.9 255.7 349.8 373.1 421.3 285.6 350.1 352.7 382.1 319.9 318.0 351.4 437.1* 315.8 302.0 328.4 301.4 318.7 270.2 273.8 306.2 323.7 310.2

90


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Passing Defense Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

College; City, State Wesley College; Dover, Del. Concordia College; McQuon, Wis. W.R. Harper College; Palatine; Ill. Henderson County Junior College; Athens, Texas Hutchinson Community College; Hutchinson, Kan. Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Navarro College; Corsicana, Texas Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Cisco Junior College; Cisco, Texas Fergus Falls Community College; Fergus Falls, Minn. Fergus Falls Community College; Fergus Falls, Minn. Itasca Community College; Grand Rapids, Minn. Willmar Community College; Willmar, Minn. Ferrum College; Ferrum, Va. Miss. Gulf Coast Junior College; Perkinston, Miss. Waldorf College; Forest City, Iowa Northland Community College; Thief River Falls, Minn. Westchester Community College; Valhalla, N.Y. Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. Mississippi Gulf Coast; Perkinston, Miss. Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. College of DuPage; Glen Ellyn, Ill. Highland Community College; Highland, Kan. Itawamba Community College; Fulton, Miss. Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. SUNY-Canton, N.Y. Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. Garden City Community College; Garden City, Kan. Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College; Perkinston, Miss. Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. Alfred State College; Alfred, N.Y. Dodge City Community College; Dodge City, Kan. Mesabi Range Community & Technical College; Virginia, Minn. Scottsdale Community College; Scottsdale; Ariz. Lackawanna College; Scranton, Pa. Glendale Community College; Glendale, Ariz. Northland Community & Tech College; Thief River Falls, Minn. North Iowa Area Community College Lackawanna College; Scranton, Pa. Nassau Community College; Garden City, N.Y.

GP 9 7 8 10 10 11 10 10 9 11 8 9 8 8 10 9 9 8 10 10 10 8 11 10 11 8 9 8 11 10 9 10 9 11 10 8 10 9 10 9 11

Att 192 145 79 80 139 116 124 130 148 169 153 152 93 98 181 181 161 43 148 193 179 85 207 188 270 158 178 144 160 183 128 183 139 214 84 163 198 157 146 212 259

Comp. 48 50 24 31 40 45 41 48 34 48 52 46 36 41 55 49 54 30 42 71 58 27 94 74 87 62 76 52 50 63 56 62 47 53 35 69 89 47 60 102 110

Int. 24 9 6 11 24 10 12 14 22 16 15 17 13 17 15 18 11 7 18 13 16 15 21 15 29 23 11 15 9 9 21 5 11 31 5 13 16 9 9 9 21

Net 451 267 251 259 403 495 414 560 329 661 426 589 457 482 614 495 608 550 583 662 676 307 772 738 523 456 665 453 681 792 657 579 576 668 389 727 767 560 959 1037 997

Td's 3 3 4 3 0 7 1 2 5 3 2 6 4 2 4 2 6 3 1 5 4 3 2 4 3 5 5 5 3 7 3 10 5 4 3 4 3 4 13 8 5

Avg. 50.1 38.1 31.4 25.9 * 40.3 45.0 41.4 56.0 36.6 60.1 53.3 65.4 57.1 60.3 61.4 55.0 67.6 68.8 58.3 66.2 67.6 38.4 70.2 73.8 47.5 65.1 73.9 56.6 61.9 79.2 73.0 57.9 64.0 60.7 38.9 90.9 76.7 62.2 95.9 115.2 90.6

91


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders

Total Offense Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

College; City, State Fort Scott Community College; Fort Scott; Kan. Lakewood Community College; Lakewood, Minn. Willmar Community College; Willmar, Minn. Lakewood Community College; Lakewood, Minn. Fort Scott Community College; Fort Scott; Kan. Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Concordia College; McQuon, Wis. Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Coffeyville Community College; Coffeyville, Kan. Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Potomac State College; Keyser, W.V. Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. Inver Hills Community College; Inver Grove Heights, Minn. Ellsworth Community College; Iowa Falls, Iowa Ellsworth Community College; Iowa Falls, Iowa Ellsworth Community College; Iowa Falls, Iowa Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Waldorf College; Forest City, Iowa Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Dixie College; St. George; Utah Dixie College; St. George; Utah Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Northwest Mississippi Community College; Senatobia, Miss. Ricks College; Rexburg, Idaho Pearl River Community College; Poplarville; Miss. Rochester Community & Technical College; Rochester, Minn. Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Mesabi Range Community & Technical College; Virginia, Minn. Butler Community College; El Dorado, Kan. Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Rochester Community & Technical College; Rochester, Minn. Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Grand Rapids Community College; Grand Rapids, Mich.

GP 10 8 9 8 10 10 9 10 9 10 8 10 11 11 10 8 8 8 10 9 8 8 10 10 10 10 10 11 10 11 10 9 9 10 8 10 12 11 11 11 11

Plays 668 583 531 551 695 750 707 768 578 658 644 760 715 614 688 521 568 552 715 573 541 615 601 795 664 682 787 687 678 701 786 620 566 657 545 638 754 724 866 776 810

Net 4,040 3,633 3,599 4,244 4,260 4,494 4,439 4,771 4,133 4,476 3,866 4,625 5,938 5,270 4,536 3,517 3,971 4,021 5,289 4,793 4,082 4,077 5,222 5,094 5,212 4,727 5,657 4,994 4,941 5,682 5,334 4,145 4,030 5,381 3,889 4,906 5,560 5,498 5,403 5,396 5,043

Avg. 404.0 454.1 449.6 530.5 426.0 449.4 493.2 477.1 459.3 447.6 483.2 462.5 539.8 479.0 453.6 439.6 496.4 502.6 528.9 529.2 510.3 509.6 522.2 509.4 521.2 472.7 565.7 * 454.0 494.1 516.6 533.4 460.5 447.8 538.1 486.1 490.6 463.3 499.8 491.1 490.5 458.5

92


NJCAA Football Year-By-Year Statistic Leaders Total Defense Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

College; City, State Mesabi Community College; Virginia, Minn. Concordia College; McQuon, Wis. Tyler Junior College; Tyler, Texas Pearl River Junior College; Poplarville; Miss. Waldorf College; Forest City, Iowa University of Minnesota-Crookston, Crookston, Minn. Golden Valley Lutheran, Minneapolis, Minn. Ferrum College; Ferrum, Va. Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Ranger Junior College; Ranger, Texas Fergus Falls Community College; Fergus Falls, Minn. Fergus Falls Community College; Fergus Falls, Minn. Vermilion Community College; Ely, Minn. Northwest Mississippi Junior College; Senatobia, Miss. Brainerd Community College; Brainerd, Minn. Normandale Community College; Bloomington, Minn. Westchester Community College; Valhalla, N.Y. Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College; Miami, Okla. Lees-McRae College; Banner Elk, N.C. Navarro College; Corsicana, Texas Kemper Military College; Boonville; Mo. North Greenville College; Tigerville; S.C. Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College; Miami, Okla. Jones Junior College; Ellisville; Miss. Itawamba Community College; Fulton, Miss. College of DuPage; Glen Ellyn, Ill. Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Kemper Military College; Boonville; Mo. Middle Georgia College; Cochran, Ga. Rochester Community & Technical College; Rochester, Minn. Rochester Community & Technical College; Rochester, Minn. Georgia Military College; Milledgeville; Ga. Holmes Community College; Goodman, Miss. Mesabi Range Community & Technical College; Virginia, Minn. Mesabi Range Community & Technical College; Virginia, Minn. Hudson Valley Community College; Troy, N.Y. Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Snow College; Ephraim, Utah Blinn College; Brenham, Texas Louisburg College, N.C. ASA; Bronx, N.Y.

GP 7 7 10 10 10 8 8 10 9 10 8 9 7 10 8 9 9 10 10 9 10 8 9 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 11 10 7 11 8 10 10 12 12 10 10

Plays 366 369 577 591 531 493 485 585 424 630 494 531 495 590 438 451 483 521 532 475 529 426 467 587 671 462 600 543 591 729 482 355 649 481 583 458 659 638 587 518

Net 649 734 1,572 1,398 1,403 1,055 1,199 958 850 1,210 1,046 1,339 948 1,406 912 1,267 1,219 1,513 1,056 1,278 1,460 836 1,341 1,718 1,211 1,462 1,636 1,822 801 1,471 1,563 676 855 996 635 1,521 1,425 2,233 2,164 1,687 1,473

Avg. 92.6 104.8 157.2 139.8 140.3 131.9 149.8 95.8 94.4 121.0 130.8 148.7 135.4 140.6 114.0 140.7 135.4 151.3 105.6 142.0 162.2 104.5 149.0 156.2 110.1 132.9 148.7 182.2 72.8 147.1 142.1 67.6 * 122.1 90.5 79.4 152.1 129.5 186.1 180.3 169.1 147.3

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 2010 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Melvin German, QB - Pearl River Community College, Miss., Josh Johnson, RB - Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Reggie Bullock, RB - Arizona Western College Dexter Holmes, WR - Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Javon Bell, WR - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College John Rabe, TE - Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Nate Hartung, C - Eastern Arizona College Kaleb Broome, OL - Georgia Military College, Jake Fahrenkrug, OL - North Dakota St. College of Science Ryan Schraeder, OL - Butler Community College, Kan. Jeremy Graffree, OL - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Philander Moore, RS - Blinn College, Texas Alex Sweat, PK - Snow College, Utah Second Team Offense Zach Mettenberger, QB - Butler Community College, Kan. Darrelynn Dunn, RB - Iowa Central Community College Steven Miller, RB - Nassau Community College, N.Y. Marcus Kennard, WR - Butler Community College, Kan. Chris Hicks, WR - Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Drew Robinson, TE - Snow College, Utah Mark Pratt, C - Snow College, Utah Carlin Landingham, OL - Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Joe Danaker, OL - Lackawanna College, Pa. Aaron Douglas, OL - Arizona Western College Ken Van Hulue, OL - Cisco College, Texas Cordarrelle Patterson, RS - Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Jaimie Salazar, K - Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Honorable Mention Jacob Morgan, QB - Cisco College, Texas Brad Henderson, QB - East Mississippi Community College Dominique Corder, QB - Central Lakes College, Minn. Willie Tindall, QB - Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Zack Stoudt, QB - Iowa Western Community College Stephen Houston, RB - Independence Community College, Kan. Matthew Willis, RB - Hinds Community College, Miss. Xan Mangum, WR - New Mexico Military Institute Deunta Jennings, WR/RS - North Dakota St. College of Science Tyler Knight, TE - Georgia Military College, Antonio Foster, OL - Northeast Mississippi Community College Mike Yoder, OL - Blinn College, Texas Kevin Buford, K - Northwest Mississippi Community College First Team Defense Carlton Johnson, DL - Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. McKay Frandsen, DL - Snow College, Utah Cornellius Carradine, DL - Butler Community College, Kan. Toby Jackson, DL - Navarro College, Texas Alonzo Highsmith, LB - Phoenix College, Ariz. Princeton Jackson, LB - Blinn College, Texas Josh Francis, LB - Lackawanna College, Pa. Troy Smith, DB - Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Maurice Hood, DB - Tyler Junior College, Texas Isiah Wiley, DB - Arizona Western College Victor Daniels, DB - Butler Community College, Kan. Cory Kemps, P - College of DuPage, Ill. Second Team Defense Quinton Dial, DL - East Mississippi Community College Jared Ebert, DL - Iowa Western Community College Meshak Williams, DL - Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Wiltavius Hinton, DL - Mesabi Range Community & Technical College, Minn. Sam Small, LB - Northwest Mississippi Community College Terran Buck, LB - College of DuPage, Ill. Mark Spaight, LB - Garden City Community College, Kan. J.D. Ratliff, DB - Southwest Mississippi Community College Sir Aaron Taylor, DB - Alfred State College, N.Y. Stoney Burns, DB - Central Lakes College, Minn. Angelo Hadley, DB - Butler Community College, Kan. Tyler Bennett, P - Phoenix College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Defense John Jenkins, DL - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Keith Watson, DL - ASA, N.Y. Sylvester Williams, DL - Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Greg Smith, DL - Louisburg College, N.C. Chris Ficklin, LB - East Central Community College, Miss. Siriki Diabati, LB - Nassau Community College, N.Y. Mike Juene, LB - Independence Community College, Kan. Jordan Hunt, LB - Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Alex Benson, DB - Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Malachi Freeman, DB - Nassau Community College, N.Y. Dorrian Roberts, DB - Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Colter Johnson, P - Alfred State College, N.Y.

2009 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Randall Mackey, QB - East Mississippi Community College Jasmin Hopkins, RB - Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Vick Ballard, RB - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community Michael Lindsey, WR - Northwest Mississippi Community Desmond Ratliff, WR - Pearl River Community College, Miss. Brandon Williams, TE - Joliet Junior College, Ill. Jason Weaver, OL - Arizona Western College Jermarcus Hardrick, OL - Fort Scott Community College, Kan. David Grant, OL - Navarro College, Texas Dion Howze, OL - Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Devin Tavana, C - Snow College, Utah Michael Kusnierz, K - Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Warren Johnson, RS - Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Second Team Offense Tirrell Rennie, QB - Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Reggie Bullock, RB - Arizona Western College Chad Winbush, RB - Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Kelvin Bolden, WR - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Quintin Robinson, RB - Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Chase Ford, TE - Kilgore College, Texas Quartney Cox, OL - East Mississippi Community College Hakeem Lassiter, OL - Lackawanna College, Pa. LeeRoy Mitchell, OL - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Tyler Stehr, OL - Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Junior Kautai, C - Kilgore College, Texas Bo Bryan, PK - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Jameze Massey, RS - Louisburg College, N.C. Honorable Mention Offense Cam Newton, QB - Blinn College, Texas Phillip Aholt, QB - Scottsdale Community College, Texas Casey Therriaolt, QB - Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Wilmont Wellington, RB - Iowa Central Community College Dennis Taute, RB - Central Lakes College, Minn. Chris Hicks, WR - Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. DeMonte Collins, WR - Grand Rapids Community College, Minn. Jamie Cobb, WR - Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Jordan Lower, TE - Snow College, Utah Matt Black, C - Erie Community College, N.Y. Jon Caspers, OL - North Dakota State College of Science Logan Ortiz, PK - Butler Community College, Kan. Juwan Hemphill, RS - Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. First Team Defense Anthony Gonzalez, DL - Blinn College, Texas Ben Swarts, DL - Arizona Western College Scott Smith, DL - Butler Community College, Kan. Tyrunn Walker, DL - Jones County Junior College, Miss. Brad Graham, LB - Navarro College, Texas LeVonte David, LB - Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Derek Earls, LB - North Dakota State College of Science Prince Ryans, DB - Eastern Arizona College Jimmy Anderson, DB - Kilgore College, Texas J.D. Ratliff, DB - Southwest Mississippi Community College Trulon Henry, DB - College of DuPage, Ill. Jared Jarowszeski, P - Blinn College, Texas Second Team Defense Adam Davis, DL - Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Aaron Strumski, DL - Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Lance Cooley, DL - Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Isley Filiaga, DL - Snow College, Utah Curtis Weatherspoon, LB - Dean College, Mass. Mychal Bailey, LB - Southwest Mississippi Community College Maurice Waters, LB - Vermilion Community College, Minn. Dequan Menzie, DB - Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Harrison Dreiling, DB - Butler Community College, Kan. Hugh Thorton, DB - Lackawanna College, Pa. Tony Udley, DB - New Mexico Junior College Josh Hubner, P - Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Wayne Dorsey, DL - Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Honorable Mention Armonty Bryant, DL - Cisco College, Texas Brandon Joiner, DL - Navarro College, Texas Antonio Mitchum, LB - Georgia Military College James Smith, LB - Arizona Western College Tyler Osborne, LB - Snow College, Utah D.A. Autry, LB - Jones County Junior College, Miss. Dextrell Simmons, LB - Blinn College, Texas Trevor Drayton, LB - Navarro College, Texas Jamel Coles, DB - Louisburg College, N.C. Dontrell Johnson, DB - Garden City Community College, Kan. Logan Ortiz, P - Butler Community College, Kan.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 2008 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Terrance Cain, QB – Blinn College, Texas La‟Darrian Page, RB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Alex McLaughlin, RB – Ridgewater College, Minn. Justin Jordan, WR – Blinn College, Texas Quintin Robinson, WR – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Peter Tuitupou, TE – Snow College, Utah Erik Dahl, C – Butler Community College, Kan. Anthony Morgan, OL – Navarro College, Texas James Carpenter, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Brody Dixon, OL – Harper College, Ill. Rokevious Watkins, OL – Georgia Military College Sean Brauchele, PK – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Gage McKinnis, RS – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Second Team Offense Garrett Barnas, QB – Harper College, Ill. Steven Robinson, RB – Georgia Military College Davis Ferris, RB – Iowa Central Community College Tyrece Gaines, WR – Butler Community College, Kan. Leon Berry, WR – East Mississippi Community College Woody McClendon, TE – Kilgore College, Texas Aaron Wagoner, C – Cisco College. Texas P.K. Keys, OL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Roy Watts, OL – Navarro College, Texas Jernorius McGill, OL – Eastern Arizona College Brett Angell, OL – Dean College, Mass. Mike Kusnierz, PK – Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Regan Buck, RS – Snow College, Utah Honorable Mention Offense Tirrell Rennie, QB – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Stanley Jennings, QB – Dean College, Mass. Robert Benjamin, QB – Phoenix College, Ariz. Mike Beehler, QB – Central lakes College-Brainerd, Minn. Eugene Smith, QB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Randall Mackey, QB – East Mississippi Community College Brain Folwer, RB – Erie Community College, N.Y. Alan Singletary, RB – Lackawanna College, Pa. Tony Reid, RB – Eastern Arizona College John Baldwin, WR – Harper College Keith Lofgren, WR – Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College, Minn. Joe Phillips, PK – Snow College, Utah Anthony Norton, RS – Dean College, Mass. First Team Defense James Aiono, DL – Snow College, Utah Eugene Kinlaw, DL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Pernell McPhee, DL – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Jared Price, DL – Blinn College, Texas Vernon Brooks, LB – Blinn College, Texas Jacquian Williams, LB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Isi Filimoeatu, LB – Snow College, Utah Winston Venable, DB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Jakar Hamilton, DB – Georgia Military College Coryell Judie, DB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Marcus Ball, DB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Health Hutchins, P – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Second Team Defense Michael McDonald, DL – Lackawanna College, Pa. Jason Pierre-Paul, DL – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Kyle Jenkins, DL – Harper College, Ill. Torrey Ball, DL – Georgia Military College Anthony Pritchard, LB – Iowa Central Community College Chris White, LB – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Trevor Glomski, LB – Rochester Community & Technical College Victor Carmichael, DB – Kilgore College, Texas Troy Jones, DB – Harper College, Ill. Jamar Hornsby, DB – East Mississippi Community College Marcus Benjamin, DB – Arizona Western College Nick DiNardi, P – College of DuPage, Ill. Honorable Mention Defense Joel Walton, DL – Arizona Western College Chris Strong, DL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Joe Forgy, DL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Jonathan Massaquoi, DL – Butler Community College, Kan. Bubba Tuinei, DL – Eastern Arizona College Calvin West, LB – Georgia Military College Hendrick Levertte, LB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Curtis Weatherspoon, LB – Dean College, Mass. Rudell Crim, DB – Butler Community College, Kan. Joe Robinson, DB – Louisburg College, N.C. Demond Washington, DB – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Josh Wilbur, P – Phoenix College, Ariz. 2007 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Tyson Lee, QB – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Beau Johnson, RB – Butler Community College, Kan. Jocques Crawford, RB – Cisco Junior College, Texas Anthony Aker, WR – Rochester Community & Technology College, Minn. Terrance Moore, WR – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Patrick Wilkinson, TE – Georgia Military College Mike Hernandez, C – Cisco Junior College, Texas Lionell Mapp, OL – Georgia Military College Wade Weibert, OL – Butler Community College, Kan.

J‟Marcus Webb, OL – Navarro College, Texas Andrew Mitchell, OL – Snow College, Utah Sean Brauchle, PK – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Cameron Kenney, RS – Garden City Community College, Kan. Second Team Offense Garrett Barnas, QB – Harper College, Ill. Soni Sotele, RB – Snow College, Utah Isaac Odim, RB – Rochester Community & Technology College, Ill. Andre Simmons, WR – Independence Community College, Kan. Johnny Thomas, WR – Southwest Mississippi Community College Woody McClendon, TE – Kilgore College, Texas Erick Dahl, C – Butler Community College, Kan. Mike Williams, OL – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Mike Manternach, OL – Iowa Central Community College Johnny Harper, OL – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Zach Roth, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Zach Knott, PK – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College E.J. LeBlanc, RS – Blinn College, Texas Honorable Mention Offense AJ McKenna, QB – Lackawanna College, Pa. Bo Bowling, QB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Terrance Cain, QB – Blinn College, Texas Lorenzo Brown, QB – North Iowa Area Community College Greg Cross, QB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Dax Crum, QB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Mike Beehler, QB – Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn. Anthony Stewart, RB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Nate Guillory, RB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Aaron Valentin, WR – Erie Community College, N.Y. Mike Steph, WR – Alfred State College, N.Y. Nate Shoenecker, WR – Central Lakes College-Brainerd, Minn. First Team Defense Markus White, DL – Butler Community College, Kan. Terrance Cody, DL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Emmanuel Stevens, DL – Blinn College, Texas Coleby Clawson, DL – Snow College, Utah Josh Sharp, LB – Snow College, Utah Rico Brooks, LB – Eastern Arizona College Donald Booker, LB – Navarro College, Texas Amari Spievey, DB – Iowa Central Community College Cardarious Mingo, DB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Tremaine Brock, DB – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College JaMichael Hall, DB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Joie Fiegler, P – Georgia Military College Second Team Defense Pernell McPhee, DL – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Kris Cooke, DL – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Tevita Finau, DL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Cortez Robinson, DL – Erie Community College, N.Y. Holland Fiu, LB – New Mexico Military Institute Ademola Balogun, LB – Lackawanna College, Pa. Patrick Trahan, LB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Lucien Antoine, DB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Andrew Rich, DB – Snow College, Utah John Chisolm, DB – Alfred State College, N.Y. Rashad McCrae, DB – Georgia Military College George Pierson, P – Tyler Junior College, Texas Honorable Mention Defense Terrence Onyiuke, DL – Lackawanna College, Pa. Tevita Hola, DL – Snow College, Utah LeRoy Burgess, DL – Georgia Military College Troy Epps, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Swanson Miller, DL – Butler Community College, Kan. Sharad Basey, DL – Navarro College, Texas JR Bryant, LB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Delvin Bayne, LB – Eastern Arizona College Joe DiGrazio, LB – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Maurice Gray, DB – Butler Community College, Kan. Melvin Williams, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Grady Fowler, PK – Butler Community College, Kan. Jordan Hofer, P – Harper College, Ill. 2006 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Cade Cooper, QB – Snow College, Utah Bernard Scott, RB – Blinn College, Texas Larry Warner, RB – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College CoEric Riley, WR – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Wallace Franklin, WR – Butler Community College, Kan. Bryan Smith, TE – Tyler Junior College, Texas Blake Green, C – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Collin Boulay, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Vince Vance, OL – Georgia Military College Phil Loadholt, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Rodney Brisbon, OL – Northwest Mississippi Zach Manning, PK – Snow College, Utah Henry Fleming, RS – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Second Team Offense Billy Bob Orsagh, QB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Matt Asiata, RB – Snow College, Utah David Woods, RB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Johnny Knox, WR – Tyler Junior College, Texas Demetrius Byrd, WR – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Patrick Wilkinson, TE – Georgia Military College

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 2006 All-Americans (cont.) Naseri Eteuini, C – Butler Community College, Kan. Jacob Patton, OL – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Julius Gray, OL – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Joe Blaes, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Joe McMahon, OL – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Steve Flores, PK – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Marvin Hodge, RS – Independence Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Offense John Weed, QB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Cory Christopher, QB – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Gerald Reed, WR – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Aaron Hunter, OL – Kilgore College, Texas Ben Alford, QB – North Iowa Area Community College Charles Hughes, QB – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Nerran McCormack, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Cedric Johnson, QB – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Brad Claytor, OL – Iowa Central Community College Dwayne Smith, OL – Northland Community & Technical College, Minn. David Garbo, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Eric Hart, RB – New Mexico Military Institute Nabil Ra „Qib El-Amin, RB – Alfred State College, N.Y. First Team Defense Luis Vasquez, DE – Arizona Western College DeVon Hicks, DE – Northwest Mississippi Tonga “Junior” Tea, DT – Snow College, Utah Antoine Holmes, DE – Lackawanna College, Pa. Terrance Gaston, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Austin Panter, LB – Butler Community College, Kan. Demetrius Washington, LB – Minnesota West Community & Technical College Marquis Powell, DB – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Gary Chandler, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Anton Cullom, DB – North Iowa Area Community College Ryan Mouton, DB – Blinn College, Texas Ben Nowicki, P – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Second Team Defense Jarius Wynn, DE – Georgia Military College Alex Cook, DE – Blinn College, Texas Drew Hudgins, DE – Highland Community College, Kan. Jesse Bowman, DT – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Marcus Johnson, LB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Morris Wooten, LB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. J.D. Folsom, LB – Snow College, Utah Javorris Jackson, DB – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Ellis Lankster, DB – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Scooter Rogers, DB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Walner Leandre, DB – Blinn College, Texas Jimmy Crees, P – Northland Community & Technical College, Minn. Honorable Mention Defense Eric Small, DE – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Kevin Dixon, DT – Garden City Community College, Kan. John Olie, DT – Navarro College, Texas Frank Leon, DT – Northland Community & Technical College, Minn. Giorgio Majors, LB – Kilgore College, Texas Anthony Fein, LB – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Larry Asante, LB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Curtis Meier, LB – Iowa Central Community College Nick Jackson, LB – New Mexico Military Institute Daniel Wilcox, DB – Georgia Military College Armando Murillo, DB – Eastern Arizona College Marcus VanBuren, DB – Highland Community College, Kan. Derrick Raymer, P – Garden City Community College, Kan. 2005 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Jimmy Oliver, QB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Kenny Wilson, RB – Butler Community College, Kan. Eric Ransom, RB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Desmond Jennings, WR – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Ken Mahone, WR – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Lance Claibourn, TE – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Sid Nagle, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Brandon Walker, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Shannon Boatman, OL – Tyler Junior College, Texas Chris Goff, OL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Mike Davison, C – Butler Community College, Kan. Sinisa Vrvilo, PK – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Jamar Green, RS – Blinn College, Texas Second Team Offense Omar Haugabook, QB – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Antroun McDaniel, RB – Georgia Military College Jerome Messam, RB – North Dakota State College of Science Roger Frazier, WR – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Anthony Rodriguez, WR – Morrisville State College, N.Y. Micheal Pooschke, TE – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Nick Diana, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Trent Stanley, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. J.D. Hamilton, OL – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Brett Leeds, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tony Burson, C – Blinn College, Texas Jered Fohrman, PK – Rochester Community & Technical College Anthony Parks, RS – Butler Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Offense Marcus Johnson, QB – Cisco Junior College, Texas

James Johnson, RB – Blinn College, Texas Keenan Kelly, QB – Dean College, Mass. Eric McCain, WR – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Craig Moore, QB – Rock Valley College, Ill. Leonard Curry, RB – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Tim Bush, WR – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Marcus Cross, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Willie Johnson, QB – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Devin Clark, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Clarence Bailey, OL – Lackawanna College, Pa. Tim Brockwell, QB – Glendale Arizona, Ariz. Dantrell Savage, RB – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College First Team Defense Walter Fisher, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Sean Merrill, DL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Luis Vasquez, DL – Arizona Western College Jeremy Gibbs, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Michael Johnson, LB – Jones Country Junior College, Miss. Chris Patterson, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Mickey Baker, LB – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Nehemiah Warrick, DB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Johnathan Baston, DB – Cisco Junior College, Texas Scott Broughton, DB – Georgia Military College Armando Murillo, DB – Eastern Arizona College Jared Armstrong, P – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Second Team Defense Michael McDonald, DL – Tyler Junior College, Texas Mike Brown, DL – North Dakota State College of Science Kellen Belcher, DL – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Shaun Richardson, DL – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Misiovula Tupe, LB – Dixie State College of Utah Justiss Scales, LB – Minnesota West Community & Technical College Jasper Brinkley, LB – Georgia Military College Paul Stephens, DB – Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. John West, DB – North Dakota State College of Science Todderick Verdell, DB – Butler Community College, Kan. Lowell Robinson, DB – Erie Community College, N.Y. Matt Barnard, P – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Defense Torrey Huckaby, LB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Josh Jennings, LB – Dean College, Mass. Albert Rodriguez, DL – Iowa Central Community College Michael Cohen, P – Kilgore College, Texas Curtis Johnson, DL – Morrisville State College, N.Y. Tony Kley, DB – Ridgewater College, Minn. Dameko Brennen, DB – Rainy River Community College, Minn. Victor Tokunboh, DL – Cisco Junior College, Texas Justin Olsen, DL – Minnesota West Community & Technical College Joe Hall, LB – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Dante Robinson, LB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Frank Harry, DL – Pearl River Community College, Miss. 2004 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Jimmy Oliver, QB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. James Johnson, RB – Blinn College, Texas J.T. Diederichs, RB – Dixie State College of Utah Larry Brackins, WR – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Keith Eloi, WR – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. R.J. Montemayor, TE – Cisco Junior College, Texas Mathew Lott, OL – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Anthony Kilby, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. John Cook, OL – Blinn College, Texas Kenny Shane, OL – Pima Community College, Ariz. Josh Elmore, C – Tyler Junior College, Texas Luke Dreiling, PK – Garden City Community College, Kan. Harrison Kush, RS – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Second Team Offense Zac Taylor, QB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Eldra Buckley, RB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Chad Strike, RB – Ridgewater College, Minn. Bruce Steele, WR – North Dakota State College of Science Frantz Hardy, WR – Butler County Community College, Kan. Walter Nickel, TE – Dixie State College of Utah Brandon Keith, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Nick Uiha, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Jimmy Wegerer, OL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Jess McDonald, OL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Chris Mauga, C – Butler County Community College, Kan. Robert Lee, PK – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Deondrick Nunez, RS – Snow College, Utah First Team Defense Louis Holmes, DL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Chad Green, DL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Chip Brown, DL – Kilgore College, Texas Paul Griffin, DL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Mickey Pimental, LB – Pima Community College, Ariz. Anthony Kelly, LB – Jones County Junior College, Miss. David Dixon, LB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Michael Johnson, DB – Tyler Junior College Reggie Nelson, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Stephen McCoy, DB – Navarro College, Texas Quincy Wallin, DB – Snow College Utah John Racette, P – Hutchinson Community College, Kan.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 2004 All-Americans (cont.) Second Team Defense Darryn Moore, DL – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Deyontae Batiste, DL – Iowa Central Community College C.J. Ahyou, DL – Snow College, Utah Jonal Saint-Dic, DL – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Clint Sellers, LB – North Iowa Area Community College Eric Washington, LB – Minnesota West Community & Technical College Jon Radford, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Chance Jenkins, DB – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Kadafi Tunsil, DB – Minnesota State Community & Technical College Levance Richmond, DB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Marcus Conner, DB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Brian Pacheco, P – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Defense Curtis Johnson, DL – Morrisville State College, N.Y. Justin Douglas, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Larry Brown, DL – Georgia Military College Christian Serena, LB – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. James Sabb, LB – Georgia Military College Misiovala Tupe, LB – Dixie State College of Utah Thomas McGhee, DB – Rock Valley College, Ill. Barry Quickstad, DB – Rochester Community & Technical College Travis Jinks, DB – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Darnell Terrell, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Zachary Bowman, DB – New Mexico Military Institute Codera Jackson, DB – Alfred State College, N.Y. 2003 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Chad Wilmott, QB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Derrick Ross, RB – Blinn College, Texas Emmanuel Marc, RB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Keith Eloi, WR – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. John Harris, WR – Northwest Mississippi Community College Toussaint Henderson, TE – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Merci Falaise, OL – Georgia Military College Tyler McMeans, OL – Lackawanna College, Pa. Paul Soliai, OL – Coffeyville Community College , Kan. Taitusi Lutui, OL – Snow College, Utah Brett McGehee, C – Tyler Junior College, Texas Joe Tantarelli, PK – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Gary Elliott, RS – Navarro College, Texas Second Team Offense Dave King, QB – Blinn College, Texas Joseph Harris, RB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Larry Turner, RB – Iowa Central Community College Travis Brown, WR – Dixie State College of Utah Rashod Turner, WR – Blinn College, Texas Brent Hecht, TE – Butler County Community College, Texas Cameron McDade, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tommy Keyes, OL – Jones County Junior College Jayson Joyce, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Morgan Vittengl, OL – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Taylor Lewis, C – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Jeff Edwards, PK – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. James DelGardo, RS – Pima Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Offense Jason Coutts, QB – Snow College, Utah Andre Hall, RB – Garden City Community College, Kans. Martell Smith, RB – Minnesota West Community & Technical College Ramel McIntosh, RB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. B.J. Flowers, RB – North Iowa Area Community College Cornell Johnson, RB – Alfred State College, N.Y. Bryan Baucom, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma College Bruce Gordon, WR – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Chris Jackson, WR – Hibbing Community College, Minn. Larry Kendrick, WR – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Jacob Peeler, OL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Jason Fralicker, PK - Erie Community College, N.Y. First Team Defense D.J. Johnson, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Tyler DeBry, DL – Dixie State College, Utah Chris Herring, DL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Tamayrr Salahuddin, DL – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Kenneth West, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma College Jamar White, LB – Mesabi Range Community & Technical College, Minn. Singa Iloa, LB – Dixie State College Dashon Goldson, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Larry Kendrick, DB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Quincy Butler, DB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Quinten Sullivan, DB – Jones County Junior College David Rios, P – Cisco Junior College, Texas Second Team Defense Tom Johnson, DL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Deyontae Batste, DL – Iowa Central Community College Joe Woolridge, DL – Georgia Military College Ernest Jones, DL – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Dale Robinson, LB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. LeMarcus Rowell, LB – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Derrick Ducksworth, LB – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Randy Kelly, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Barry Quickstad, DB – Rochester Community & Technical College Jason Tanner, DB – SUNY@Morrisville, N.Y.

Zachary Baker, DB – Pima Community College, Ariz. Lance Lane, P – Blinn College, Texas Honorable Mention Defense Mike Sklarosky, DL – Lackawanna College, Pa. Byron Smith, DL – Kilgore College, Texas Jeremy Coley, DL – Mesabi Range Community & Technical College, Minn. Claude Wroten, DL – Mississippi Delta Community College E.J. Kuale, LB – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Barry Wright, LB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Brett Koebcke, LB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Clint Sellers, LB – North Iowa Area Community College James Sabb, LB – Georgia Military College Jamar Atkinson, LB – SUNY@Morrisville, N.Y. Greg Wilkerson, LB – Butler County Community College, Kan. David Lonie, P – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa 2002 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Walter Washington, QB – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Andre Hall, RB – Georgia Military College Robert Anderson, RB – North Iowa Area Community College Drew Coleman, WR – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Kelvin Hayden, WR – Joliet Junior College, Ill. David Kenner, TE – Lackawanna College, Pa. Michael Erokwu, OL – Tyler Junior College, Texas Joe Critchfield, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Matt Meyers, OL – Northland Community & Technical College Iosefa Robins, OL – Snow College, Utah Jess Hacker, C – Dixie State College, Utah Rhys Lloyd, PK – Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Jarrod Fuller, RS – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Second Team Offense Jeff Duggins, QB – Alfred State College, N.Y. Douglas Sherman, RB – Cisco Junior College, Texas Gerard Jackson, RB – Dodge City Community College, Kan. John Harris, WR – Northwest Mississippi Community College A.J. Smith, WR – Snow College, Utah Kevin Everett, TE – Kilgore College, Texas Tolly Tsiamas, OL – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Chris White, OL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Joe Fowler, OL – Georgia Military College Kody Wenndt, OL – Waldorf College, Iowa Joe Vaughn, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Greg Gunderson, PK – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Jose Yaport, RS – SUNY@Morrisville, N.Y. Honorable Mention Offense Steve Howell, QB – Montgomery College, Md. Bobby Robison, QB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Dan Mell, QB – Itasca Community College, Minn. Lentrell Nealy, RB – Rochester Community & Technical College Emmanuel Marc, RB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Ruben Green, RB – Erie Community College, N.Y. Cory Mack, RB – Iowa Central Community College Derek Willis, WR – Rochester Community & Technical College Sims Kemp, TE – Blinn College, Texas Travis Triplett, OL – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Isaac Harris, OL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Clay Crisp, PK – Georgia Military College First Team Defense Michael Pruitt, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Mike Mapu, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Darrell Shropshire, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Malcolm Wooldridge, DL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Travares Osley, LB – East Central Community College, Miss. Gabe Toomey, LB – Iowa Central Community College, Iowa Tyler DeBry, LB – Dixie State College, Utah Nino Williams, DB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Chris McKenzie, DB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Jamaal Jackson, DB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Brian Staley, DB – Georgia Military College Blake Kinart, P – Pima Community College, Ariz. Second Team Defense Joe Sykes, DL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Robert Savitsky, DL – Iowa Central Community College Nik Sontag, DL – Dixie State College, Utah Marvin James, DL – Erie Community College, N.Y. Ben Henderson, LB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. DeAdrian Coley, LB – Georgia Military College Chad Rowe, LB – SUNY@Morrisville, N.Y. Derrick Phillips, DB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Danny Tolbert, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Jason Lee, DB – Dixie State College, Utah Jamie Thompson, DB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Lance Lane, P – Blinn College, Texas Honorable Mention Defense Charles Silas, DL – Georgia Military College Michael Montgomery, DL – Navarro College, Texas J.C. Baker, DL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Wali Muhammad, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Michael Ledet, LB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Marcus Lawrence, LB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Rodderick Dobson, LB – Rainey River Community College, Minn. Ken Jones, LB – Navarro College Lee Foliaki, LB – Butler County Community College, Kan.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 2002 All-Americans (cont.) Ricky Grant, LB – Georgia Military College Corey Reddick, DB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Peter Schletz, P – North Dakota State College of Science 2001 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Charlie Reeve, QB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Rashad Armstrong, RB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Ronald McClendon, RB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Shawn Miller, End – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Jon Clark, End – Ricks College, Idaho Da‟Ray Sims, End – Navarro College, Texas Noah Washington, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Yancey Reynolds, OL – Georgia Military College Shawn Steiner, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Ron Green, OL – Dixie State College, Utah Brad Bauer, OL – Rochester Community & Technical College Scott Campbell, PK – Georgia Military College Ricardo Colclough, RS – Kilgore College, Texas Second Team Offense Bill Whittenmore, Back – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Craig Duppong, Back – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Brandon Warfield, Back – Kilgore College, Texas James Taylor, End – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Justin Arneson, End – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Matt Mattox, End – Butler County Community College, Kan. Jason Walston, End – Tyler Junior College, Texas Collin Mernard, OL – Iowa Central Community College Jason Baksas, OL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Clinton Werth, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Jacky Wang, OL – Tyler Junior College, Texas Berin Lacevic, PK – Garden City Community College, Kan. Brandon Hooks, RS – College of DuPage, Ill. Honorable Mention Offense Ben Dougherty, Back – North Iowa Area Community College Tyshawn Pressley, Back – Mesabi Range Community & Technical College, Minn. Derrick Wimbush, Back – Georgia Millitary College Rod Malone, Back – Rochester Community & Technical College Terrance Freeney, Back – North Dakota State College of Science Ralph Davis, Back – Jones County Community College, Miss. Chad Mickelsen, End – Snow College, Utah Kevin Everett, End – Kilgore College, Texas Anthony Colton, OL – Middle Georgia College Matt Meyers, OL – Northland Community & Technical College Jerry Spencer, OL – East Central Community College, Miss. Ford Hall, P – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Rhys Lloyd, P – Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. First Team Defense Eddie Brown, DL – Blinn College, Texas Sheldon Lewin, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Randy Jackson, DL – Georgia Military College Scott Young, DL – Dixie State College, Utah Derrick Pope, LB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Charles Thomas, LB – Cisco Junior College, Texas Darel Slay, LB – Holmes Community College, Miss. Jermaine Harris, DB – Georgia Military College Jarvis Phillips, DB – Iowa Central Community College Chad Barney, DB – Dixie State College, Utah David Scott, DB – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Clay Crisp, P – Georgia Military College Second Team Defense Matt Mason, DL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Fred Blueford, DL – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Monroe Dickerson, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Carl Tultavuki, DL – Ricks College, Idaho Davidree Reese, LB – Dean College, Mass. Tate Pittman, LB – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Phil Maklin, LB – William Rainey Harper, Ill. Donta Bright, DB – Eastern Arizona College Chris Fower, DB – Middle Georgia College Rich Faber, DB – Vermilion Community College Tangly Muhammad, DB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Brad Tatum, P – Cisco Junior College Honorable Mention Defense Farouk Adelokan, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. Alan Halloway, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Adam Biggar, DL – Ridgewater College, Minn. Lee Robinson, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. Alex Lewis, LB – SUNY@Morrisville, N.Y. Singa Itoa, LB – Dixie State College, Utah Scot Tuitupou, LB – Snow College, Utah DeMorrio Williams, LB – Kilgore College, Texas Tony Ward, DB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Kailan Williams, DB – Arizona Western College Charles Fraziar, DB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Robbie Kemp, P – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. 2000 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Marc Dunn, QB – Ricks College, Idaho Chavis McCollister, RB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Alan Jones, RB – Lackawanna Junior College, Pa. Trivice Sadler, End – North Iowa Area Community College Kendrick Starling, End- Navarro College, Texas

Jeremy Scott, End – Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Crockett Ladd, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jared Packard, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Jonah Bense, OL – Arizona Western College Quinn Christensen, OL – Dixie State College, Utah Nick Gillespie, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Adam Benike, PK – Rochester Community & Technical College, Minn. Olan Coleman, RS – Tyler Junior College, Texas Second Team Offense Corey Jenkins, Back – Garden City Community College, Kan. Sateki Mahe, Back – Dixie State College, Utah Ben Becker, Back – Minnesota West Community & Technical College Chavez Donnings, End – Butler County Community College, Kan. Aaron Boone, End – Snow College, Utah Pete Putman, End- Navarro College, Texas Miford Brown, OL – East Mississippi Community College Frank Perkoski, OL – Lackawanna Junior College, Pa. Brock Anderson, OL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Anthony Welch, OL – SUNY@Canton, N.Y. Alfio Randall, OL – Blinn College, Texas Trey Crum, PK – Hinds Community College, Miss. Khild Meals, RS – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Offense Griff Jurgens, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Pat Cilento, Back – Montgomery/Rockville, Md. Will Hall, Back – Northwest Mississippi Community College Chris Brown, Back – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Curtis Jones, Back – Montgomery/Rockville, Md. Anton Paige, End – Northwest Mississippi Community College Shawn Miller, End – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Jason Blevins, End – Butler County Community College, Kan. First Team Defense Kahlil Nash, DL – Arizona Western College Dustin Looman, DL – Rochester Community & Technical College Henry Brant, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. David Virgin, DL – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Kamau Jackson, LB – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Fatari Lyons, LB – Middle Georgia College Corey Brown, LB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Marvin Jackson, DB – Navarro College, Texas Jermaine Lemon, DB – Georgia Military College Derrick Black, DB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Eric Blackwell, DB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Second Team Defense Travis Moten, DL – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Mario Ivy, DL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Josh Gustaveson, DL – Snow College, Utah Bryan Savelio, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. DeMorrio Williams, LB – Kilgore College, Texas Domonic Payne, LB – Eastern Arizona College Shane Sebesta, LB – Blinn College, Texas Jimarr Gallon, DB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Matthew Grier, DB – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Jamal Chance, DB – Lackawanna Junior College, Pa. Jermire Roberts, DB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Jared Preston, P – Eastern Arizona College Honorable Mention Defense Greg Wade, DL – Georgia Military College Andrew Williams, DL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Paul Broussard, DL – Blinn College, Texas Shawn Smith, DL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Josh Rollins, DL – Ricks College, Idaho Orlando Williams, LB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Quitae McLean, LB – Lackawanna Junior College, Pa. John Shirley, LB – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Johnny Groves, DB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Charles Davis, DB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Korey Banks, DB – Garden City Community College, Kan. 1999 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Jeremy Denson, QB – Navarro College, Texas Rudi Johnson, RB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Ernest Pitts, RB – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Travis Lueck, End – North Dakota State College of Science Kendrick Starling, End – Navarro College, Texas Aaron Ware, End – Dixie College, Utah Pat Tomazik, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Kerry Carlson, OL – Rochester Community & Technical College Tywoin Breaux, OL – Ranger College, Texas Howard Duncan, OL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Rodell Simon, OL – Georgia Military College Adam Stiles, PK – Butler County Community College, Kan. Richard Lewis, RS – North Dakota State of Science Second Team Offense Olin Hannum, Back – Snow College, Utah Josh Scobey, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Maurice Bradford, Back – SUNY@Morrisville, N.Y. Antoine Burns, End – Rochester Community & Technical College Brian Romney, End – Snow College, Utah Jeremy Shockey, End – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Seth Little, OL – Dixie College, Utah Courtney Lee, OL – Blinn College, Texas Bart Tuescher, OL – Ricks College, Idaho

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1999 All-Americans (cont.) Michael Allen, OL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Ralph Zarate, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Neal Thomas, PK – Hinds Community College, Miss. C.J. Jones, RS – Garden City Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Offense Richard Lucero, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Corey Jenkins, Back – Garden City Community College, Kan. Jason Johnson, Back – Kemper Military Junior College, Mo. Jason Johnson, Back – MW Mississippi Community College Bubba Mariani, Back – William Harper College, Ill. Demetrick Moore, Back – Georgia Military College Mike Hopping, Back – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Scott Olsen, Back – Northland Community & Technical College Jay Sharp, End – Eastern Arizona College Omar Rayford, End – NW Mississippi Community College Derrick Brantley, OL – Southwest Mississippi Community College Vernon Ray, RS – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas First Team Defense Derrick Pickens, DL – Kilgore, Texas Ervin Holloman, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Dwight Smith, DL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Anton Palepoi, DL – Dixie College, Utah Mark Strickland, LB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Alton Moore, LB – Southwest Mississippi Community College Columbus Wooley, LB – Blinn College, Texas Bobby Walker, DB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Johnathan Shaw, DB – NW Mississippi Community College David Routt, DB – Butler County Community College, Kan. DuWayne Walters, DB – Mesabi Range Community & Technical College Alan Cox, P – Snow College, Utah Second Team Defense Javor Mills, DL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Ashea Roberson, DL – Joliet Junior College, IL Channing Reed, DL – Montgomery College, Md. Adrian Watson, DL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Angel Estrada, LB – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Russell Kay, LB – Ricks College, Idaho Tadd Jones, LB – Waldorf College, Iowa Deijon Hart, DB – Georgia Military College Cody Weight, DB – Dixie College, Utah Lavar Stepter, DB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Corey Hoppe, DB – Montgomery College, Md. Ryan Bisetti, P – Kilgore College, Texas Honorable Mention Defense Juan Prishker, DL – Blinn College, Texas John Culp, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. David Daniel, DL – East Central Community College, Miss. Nic Clemons, DL – Georgia Military College, Ga. Joe Gleissner, LB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Corey Mathis, LB – Blinn College, Texas Jason Jones, LB – NW Mississippi Community College Ron Able, LB – Kemper Military Junior College, Mo. Yolance Scott, DB – Eastern Arizona College Robert Canidate, DB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Charles Johnson, DB – Blinn College, Texas Jeremy Flores, P – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. 1998 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Josh Heupel, QB – Snow College, Utah Terrance Williams, RB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Jamison Palmer, RB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Marco Burke, RB – Cayuga Community College, N.Y. Mark Brooks, End – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Brian Blackwood, End – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Teag Whiting, OL – Ricks College, Idaho Chris Van Gorder, OL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Tim Bell, OL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Kevin Barry, OL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. James Evans, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Les Binkley, PK – Northwest Mississippi Community College Second Team Offense Kyle Hughes, Back – Harper College, Ill. Tim Weathersby, Back – Jones Junior College, Miss. Keith Stokes, Back – Georgia Military College Clint Zimpel, Back – Itasca Community College, Minn. David Searcy, End – Harper College, Ill. Anthony Branch, End – Jones Junior College, Miss. Lucian Herrick, OL – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Cornelius Houston, OL – Alfred State College, N.Y. Jose Solis, OL – Harper College, Ill. Anthony Phillips, OL – Middle Georgia College Kevin Kemp, OL – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Nick Gatto, PK – Blinn College, Texas Honorable Mention Offense Griffen Goodman, Back – Eastern Arizona College Steve Later, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Travis Headley, End – Central Lakes College, Minn. Richard Williams, End – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Roger Ross, End – Garden City Community College, Kan. Kevin Grace, OL – East Mississippi Community College First Team Defense Juqua Thomas, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

Grover Thopson, DL – North Dakota State College of Science Cliff Holloman, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Mario Fatafehi, DL – Snow College, Utah Kendrell Bell, LB – Middle Georgia College Idris Price, LB – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Aaron Guzman, LB – Rochester Community & Technical College Fred Smoot, DB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Michael Jamison, DB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Hamin Milligan, DB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Chad Barney, DB – Dixie College, Utah Gerald Wilburn, P – Potomac State College, W. Va. Second Team Defense Cleveland Pinkney, DL – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Johnny Leverett, DL – Georgia Military College Akin Ayodele, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Jason Fleming, DL – Joliet Jones Junior College, Ill. Todd Miller, LB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Chris Gray, LB – Alfred State College, N.Y. Hamilton Wells, LB – Iowa Central Community College Terrence Bell, DB – Middle Georgia College Jared Lee, DB – Ricks College, Idaho Kareem High, DB – Navarro College, Texas Dee Miller, DB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Mark Holmes, P – Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Honorable Mention Defense Kirk Gibbs, DL – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Baris Grant, DB – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Keith Conners, DB – Ricks College, Idaho MaCario Dade, DB – Kilgore College, Texas Scott Rogers, DB – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. 1997 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense T.T. Toliver, QB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Frank Murphy, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Carlton Booe, RB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Rob Davidson, RB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Connie Moore, End – Northwest Mississippi Community College Tacoma Fontaine, End – Ranger College, Texas Wes Shivers, OL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Stokar McDougle, OL – Navarro College, Texas John Oddonetto, OL – East Arizona College Scott Pitt, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Glenn Pilarowski, OL – Dixie College, Utah Scott Westerfield, PK – Hinds Community College, Miss. Second Team Offense Greg Robertson, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Jason Brookins, Back – Kemper Military College, Mo. Bernard Herny, Back – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Dan Shultis, Back – North Dakota College of Science Jeremy Lee, End – Ridge Water College, Minn. Kevin Curtis, End – Snow College, Utah Kris Carlson, OL – Rochester Community College, Minn. Mark Robinson, OL – Mississippi Delta Community College Julius Coates, OL – Rock Valley College, Ill. Greg Robinson, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Danny Camp, OL – Cisco Junior College, Texas Den Davis, PK – Ricks College, Idaho Honorable Mention Offense Leroy Collins, Back – Alfred State College, N.Y. Ryan Lewis, Back – Montgomery College, Md. Josh Tiesler, Back – Minnesota West Community College Sean Higgins, End – Cayuga Community College, N.Y. Zack Smith, End – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Randy Hakes, End – Mesa Community College, Ariz. First Team Defense T.J. Light, DL – Blinn College, Texas Erik Flowers, DL – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Terrell Jurineack, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Junior Ioane, DL – Snow College, Utah Torrence Marshall, LB – Kemper Military College, Mo. Chadd Johnson, LB – Waldorf College, Iowa Troy West, LB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Robert Bean, DB – Georgia Military College Chris Paogofie, DB – Dixie College, Utah Larry Stroud, DB – Montgomery College, Md. Isaac Banks, DB – East Arizona College Al Hunt, P – East Central Community College, Miss. Second Team Defense Matthew Nathan, DL – Middle Georgia College Terrence Bennett, DL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Mark Word, DL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Glen Matthews, DL – North Dakota State College of Science Lynn Hadnot, LB – Blinn College, Texas Warren Lott, LB – Georgia Military College Dusty Pierce, LB – Ricks College, Idaho DaShann Austin, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Corey Rude, DB – Waldorf College, Iowa Mark Schmidt, DB – Rochester Community College, Minn. Kerrie Washington, DB – Kilgore College, Texas Golden Whetman, P – Ricks College, Idaho Honorable Mention Defense Chris Vant, DL – SUNY@Canton, N.Y. Chris Gray, DL – Alfred State College, N.Y.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1997 All-Americans (cont.) Kenmantel Davis, DL – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Deniel Anglin, DB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Donvetis Franklin, DB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. David Choate, DB – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Joey Pinkston, DB – East Central Community College, Miss. 1996 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Roderick Johnson, QB – Dixie College, Utah Riley Jensen, RB – Snow College, Utah Carlton Booe, RB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Anthony DiIeso, RB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Ricky Hall, End – Butler County Community College, Kan. Kevin Prentiss, End – Hinds Community College, Miss. Brien Hanely, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. DeMarcus Holmes, OL – East Central Community College, Miss. Matt Johnson, OL – Ricks College, Idaho Lamont Barrett, OL – Blinn College, Texas Kevin Diepenbrock, OL – North Dakota State College of Science Tim Hardaway, PK – Georgia Military College Second Team Offense Mel Daniels, Back – Nassau College, N.Y. Craig Strickland, Back – Butler County Community College, Kan. Andy Cochrane, Back – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Alfred Watkins, Jr., Back – Illinois Valley Community College, Ill. Darnell McDonald, End – Garden City Community College, Kan. Alex Green, End – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Travis Whitaker, OL – Nassau College, N.Y. Anthony Bielski, OL – Illinois Valley Community College Phil Bunch, OL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Anthony Thurman, OL – Mississippi Delta Community College Kelvin Williams, OL – Georgia Military College Brandon Inouye, PK – Dixie College, Utah Honorable Mention Offense Paul Ciochetto, Back – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Greg Manson, Back – Hinds Community College, Miss. Brad Bashford, Back – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Gabe Cox, End – Eastern Arizona Community College Quincy Jackson, End- East Mississippi Community College Ted Fornicola, End – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Eugene Childs, End – College of DuPage, Ill. First Team Defense Hanson Caston, DL – Blinn College, Texas Lamar King, DL – Montgomery College, Md. Jomone Fields, DL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Emarlos Leroy, DL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Jeff Kelly, LB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Roger Alexander, LB – Nassau College, N.Y. Bill Unger, LB – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Chris Pagofie, DB – Dixie College, Utah Brandon Harrison, DB – Blinn College, Texas Kevin Brooks, DB- Garden City Community College, Kan. Von Keith Spencer, DB – Middle Georgia College Ryan Springston, P – Butler County Community College, Kan. Second Team Defense Marquis Gibson, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Desmond Gant, DL – Ranger College, Texas Askia Stewart, DL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tinker Keck, DL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Antonio Cochran, LB – Middle Georgia College Warring Vital, LB – Ranger College, Texas Kemba Bryant, LB – East Central Community College, Miss. David Godfrey, DB – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Desmond Gant, DB – Ranger College, Texas Askia Stewart, DB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tinker Keck, DB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Shane Hargett, P – Northwest Mississippi Community College Honorable Mention Defense Tony Bryant, DL – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Shawn Cash, DL – Georgia Military College Craig Koontz, DL – Blinn College, Texas Cornelius Griffin, DL – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Cyrus Satoafaiga, LB – Snow College, Utah Bryan McNulty, LB – College of DuPage, Ill. 1995 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Fred Taylor, QB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Corey Dillon, RB – Dixie College, Utah Corey Williams, RB – North Iowa Area Community College Brian McKenzie, RB – Arizona Western College Daniel Jones, End – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Effrain Baker, End – Middle Georgia College Reggie Baker, OL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Ace Robertson, OL – Blinn College, Texas Jason Gamble, OL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Aaron Hamilton, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Justin Moss, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tim Hardaway, PK – Georgia Military College Second Team Offense Adon Hall, Back – Montgomery College, Md. Tywone Kingsby, Back – Garden City Community College, Kan. Ike Porter, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Tim Rattay, Back – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz.

1995 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Fred Taylor, QB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Corey Dillon, RB – Dixie College, Utah Corey Williams, RB – North Iowa Area Community College Brian McKenzie, RB – Arizona Western College Daniel Jones, End – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Effrain Baker, End – Middle Georgia College Reggie Baker, OL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Ace Robertson, OL – Blinn College, Texas Jason Gamble, OL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Aaron Hamilton, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Justin Moss, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tim Hardaway, PK – Georgia Military College Second Team Offense Adon Hall, Back – Montgomery College, Md. Tywone Kingsby, Back – Garden City Community College, Kan. Ike Porter, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Tim Rattay, Back – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Jeremy McDaniel, End – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Leroy Fields, End – Navarro College, Texas Eric Chandler, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Bill Groom, OL – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Sean McNamara, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Robert Saums, OL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Mino Marroquin, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Phil Stamper, PK – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Offense Joe Dupaix, Back – Snow College, Utah Collin Harris, Back – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Adren Dudley, End – Blinn College, Texas Shawn Overocker, End – College of DuPage, Ill. Andre Rone, End – Northwest Mississippi Community College Aaron Roderick, End – Ricks College, Idaho Brock Holland, OL – Lackawanna Junior College, Pa. First Team Defense William Buxton, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Olenthy Brown, DL – Navarro College, Texas Peppi Zellner, DL – Georgia Military College Kenneth Bouie, DL – Blinn College, Texas John Rosenau, LB – Normandale Community College, Minn. Paul Spicer, LB – College of DuPage, Ill. Maurice Johnson, LB – Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Miss. Rodney Artmore, DB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Excel Lucas, DB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Paul Shields, DB – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Perry Phenix, DB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Jaret Holmes, PK – Hinds Community College, Miss. Second Team Defense Cletidus Hunt, DL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Mike Smith, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Charlie Bradford, DL – Rochester Community College, Minn. Ron Warner, DL – Independence Community College, Kan. Roger Alexander, LB – Nassau College, N.Y. Rich Robich, LB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Adam Hayden, LB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Alex Hollowell, DB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Jamel Collins, DB – North Dakota State College of Science Toni Armeli, DB – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Cedric Donaldson, DB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Mike Clark, P – Ricks College, Idaho Honorable Mention Defense Nick Thummel, LB – Waldorf College, Iowa Todd Sofonia, DB – Ricks College, Idaho Sam Josue, DB – Kemper Military College, Mo. Anthony Joe, DB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Gregg Madison, DB – Copiah-Lincoln College, Miss. Chad Strong, DB – Dean College, Mass. 1994 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Chris Windsor, QB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Archie Amerson, RB – Dixie College, Utah Chad Bosch, RB – Nassau College, N.Y. Lee Ragsdale, RB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Xavier Brown, End – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Greg Clack, End – Ricks College, Idaho Walter Jones, OL – Holmes Community College, Miss. Frank Middleton, OL – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Ian Muller, OL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Mark Culver, OL – North Iowa Area Community College Lemont Clark, OL – Rock Valley College, Ill. Matt Byant, PK – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Second Team Offense Daren Wilkinson, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Tommy Reynolds, Back – North Dakota State College of Science Jermaine McDowell, Back – Highland Community College, Kan. Shon Mitchell, Back – Blinn College, Texas B.J. Franklin, End – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Andre Rone, End – Northwest Mississippi Community College Eric Janeau, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Fabian Stegall, OL – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Craig Hoagland, OL – Snow College, Utah Phill Sakala, OL – Montgomery College, Md.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1994 All-Americans (cont.) Tom Gilson, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Kirk Ojendyk, PK – North Iowa Area Community College Honorable Mention Offense Joe Germaine, Back – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Alex Burke, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Donald Sellers, Back – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Phil Shellhaas, Back – Montgomery College, Md. Antowain Smith, Back – East Mississippi Community College Derrick Charles, End – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Antwan Miller, End – Walla Walla Community College, Wash. Chucky Aiken, End – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Tommy Blackmon, End – Navarro College, Texas Rob Wise, OL – Highland Community College, Kan. Michael Minter, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. J.J. Teichman, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. First Team Defense Donnie Embra, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Cory Scheifels, DL – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Henry Thomas, DL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Gary Hanes, DL – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Mark Smith, LB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Junior Ioane, LB – Ricks College, Idaho Terrell Farley, LB – Independence Community College, Kan. Juran Bolden, DB – Mississippi Delta Community College Reggie Patterson, DB – College of DuPage, Ill. Eric Brown, DB – Blinn College, Texas James Humes, DB – Dixie College, Utah Larry Binon, P – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Second Team Defense Pat Racanelli, DL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Keith Drayton, DL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Mike Bosco, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. Jermaine Miles, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Jerry Ulysee, LB – Kemper Military College, Mo. Tim Colbert, LB – Montgomery College, Md. John Roseneau, LB – Normandale Community College, Minn. Nate Miconi, DB – Snow College, Utah Kevin Jackson, DB – Jones Junior College, Miss. Excel Lucas, DB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Kerry Siverand, DB – Navarro College, Texas Sean Anderson, P – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Honorable Mention Defense Jason Ferguson, LB – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Pete Range, LB – Rochester Community College, Minn. Jabbar Threats, LB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Cory Olson, LB – North Dakota State College of Science Wilber MacDonald, LB – Harper College, Ill. Rodney Mccullum, DB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Ernest Grier, DB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Leonard Little, DB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Jamies Grabell, DB – Vermillion Community College, Minn. John Moyer, DB – Rock Valley College, Ill. Rick Anteau, DB – Northland Community College, Minn. 1993 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Roger Cook, QB – Dixie College, Utah Mickey Murray, RB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Brian Knuckles, RB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Antwon Kimbrough, RB – North Iowa Area Community College Darrell Nicklow, End – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Keith Walton, End – College of DuPage, Ill. Jaime Ramos, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tanner Morrison, OL – Georgia Military College Tim Johnson, OL – Jones Junior College, Miss. Jorge Diaz, OL – Kilgore College, Texas Neal Glover, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Todd Ferriera, PK – Ricks College, Idaho Second Team Offense Paul Moore, Back – Tyler Junior College, Texas Chris Ryan, Back – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Rod Edlund, Back – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Aaron Granquist, Back – Waldorf College, Iowa Gilbert Grantlin, End – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Mark Morgan, End – Ricks College, Idaho Jimmy Dean, End – Butler County Community College, Kan. Orlando Bobo, OL – East Mississippi Community College Derrick Tate, OL – Montgomery College, Md. Jamie Sumner, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Jacob Wiemann, OL – Waldorf College, Iowa Scott Mann, PK – Butler County Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Offense Shawn Young, Back – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Carl Walker, Back – Montgomery College, Md. Ryan Kelly, Back – Rochester Community College, Minn. Garrick McGee, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Bruce Klehr, Back – Normandale Community College, Minn. Rudolph James, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Derrick Sanders, Back – Minnesota@Crookston, Minn. Ben Fossey, End – Waldorf College, Iowa Coswell Sims, End – Georgia Military College Mike Higgins, End – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Ryan Berg, PK – Rochester Community College, Minn.

First Team Defense Hamilton Lee, DL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Albert Jackson, DL – Nassau College, N.Y. Ray Eagle, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Sterling Luckey, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Phillip Benton, LB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Andy Beall, LB – Montgomery College, Md. Tom LaPak, LB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. James Smith, DB – Arizona Western College Juran Bolden, DB – Mississippi Delta Community College David Garrett, DB – Navarro College, Texas Lenard Hayes, DB – Iowa Central Community College Greg Ivy, P – Navarro College, Texas Second Team Defense Stan Raass, DL – Dixie College, Utah Matt Parker, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Larry Williams, DL – Mississippi Delta Community College Pat Williams, DL – Navarro College, Texas Orpheus Roye, DL – Jones Junior College, Miss. Thomas Plant, LB – Georgia Military College Mike Smith, LB – Dixie College, Utah Twan Temple, LB – East Mississippi Community College Fred Tomas, DB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Jton Cooper, DB – Northland Community College, Minn. Elridge Williams, DB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Jason Cain, P – East Central Community College, Miss. Honorable Mention Defense Mike Graham, DE – Rochester Community College, Minn. Corey Schreifels, DE – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Demetrius Crowder, DE – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Chad Van Beek, DL – Waldorf College, Iowa Keith Drayton, DL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Marcus Keyes, DL – Jones Junior College, Miss. Jason Ferguson, DL – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Dwayne Sanders, DL – Snow College, Utah Jerry Ulysee, LB – Kemper Military College, Mo. Alfred Mack, LB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Michael Strazzeri, P – Nassau Community College, N.Y. 1992 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Russell Evans, QB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Anthony Comer, RB – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Fred Moore, RB – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Brian Knuckles, RB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Derek Price, End – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Mark Harris, End – Ricks College, Idaho Brian Bradley, OL – Montgomery College, Md. Jesse Palacious, OL – Navarro College, Texas Pat Baker, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Craig Weaver, OL – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Mitch Menges, OL – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Lonnie Calicchio, PK – Northwest Mississippi Community College Second Team Offense Tony DeLeon, Back – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Ed Fairchild, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Dwayne Gray, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Shawn Campbell, Back – Northland Community College, Minn. Kevin Berge, End – Rochester Community College, Minn. Erie Smith, End – Northwest Mississippi Community College Ryan Carlson, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Jeff Quintane, OL – Triton College, Ill. Ghaton Ross, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Steve Green, OL – Waldorf College, Iowa Jeff Miller, OL – Northwest Mississippi Community College Steve Yenner, PK – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Honorable Mention Offense Wade Wetlaufer, Back – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Aaron Fisher, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Eldren Milton, Back – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Bobby Stevens, End – Independence Community College, Kan. Joe Harmon, End – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Brian Prestholdt, End – Willmar Community College, Minn. Mark Romero, OL – Eastern Arizona College Tanner Morrison, OL – Georgia Military College Troy Stoddard, OL – Dixie College, Utah Mark Gray, OL – Snow College, Utah Kurt Gehrisch, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Jesse Neville, PK – Ricks College, Idaho First Team Defense John Raass, DL – Ricks College, Idaho Matt Storm, DL – Walla Walla Community College, Wash. Tyrone Brooks, DL – Kilgore College, Texas Rudy Johnson, DL – Iowa Central Community College Brian Easter, LB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Massillon Boyd, LB – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Bill McCollins, LB – Northwest Mississippi Community College Rod Carter, DB – College of DuPage, Ill. Carl Kidd, DB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jerome Williams, DB – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Eldridge Williams, DB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Brian Lambert, P – Northland Community College, Minn. Second Team Defense Tim Bowens, DL – Itawamba Community College, Miss.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1992 All-Americans (cont.) Gary Walker, DL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Kenny Bond, DL – Minnesota@Crookston Gary Bandy, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Josh Packer, LB – Eastern Arizona College Frank Watts, LB – Georgia Military College Mike Sweat, LB – Dixie College, Utah Larry Long, LB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Andre Jones, DB – Snow College, Utah Jamie Thomas, DB – Brainerd Community College, Minn. Marcus Gates, DB – Navarro College, Texas Darrin Simmons, PK –Dodge City Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Defense Albert Jackson, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Scott Hosier, DL – Rochester Community College, Minn. Charles Miller, DL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Tom Hurst, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Mike Roquemore, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. John Bettin, DL – Fergus Falls Community College, MInn. Eric Metz, LB – Waldorf College, Iowa Cole Wilson, DB – Ricks College, Idaho William Ford, DB – Hinds Community College, Miss. Jess Jones, DB – Kemper Military College, Mo. Gordon Brown, DB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Josh Farrell, P – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas 1991 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Dwight Gross, QB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Kalin Hall, RB – Dixie College, Utah Kevin Bouie, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Aaron Bailey, RB – College of DuPage, Ill. Billy Williams, End – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Stacy Jeter, End – North Iowa Area Community College Gary Brown, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Eric Johnson, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Keyon Vinegar, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Justin Starck, OL – Walla Walla Community College, Wash. Troy Hansen, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Trea Ward, PK – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Second Team Offense Russell Evans, Back – Northwest Mississippi Community College Zachary Crockett, Back – Hinds Community College, Miss. Paul Blackwood, Back – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Reggie Ferguson, End – Holmes Community College, Miss. Scott Antonutti, End – Hibbing Community College, Minn. Derek Murrey, End – Wenatchee Valley Community College, Wash. Bryce Nelson, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Joe Sartin, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Steve Mutsaers, OL – Ricks College, Idaho Bryce Bogenholm, OL – Hibbing Community College, Minn. Tony Teague, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Jeff Wood, PK – Butler County Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Offense Lawrence Dell Kline, Back – Kemper Millitary College, Mo. Santana John, Back – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Mike Nua, Back – Snow College, Utah Thelbert Withers, Back – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Chad Duke, Back – Dean Junior College, Mass. Derrick Harris, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Albert Sweet, End – Hinds Community College, Miss. Jay Kearney, End – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. David Andrews, End – Arizona Western College Pete Tirado, OL – Potomac State College, W.Va. Terrence Lombard, OL – Kemper Military College, Mo. First Team Defense Bill Lofton, DL – Chowan College, N.C. John Ware, DL – Cisco Junior College, Texas Paul Yatkowski, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Damon Primus, DL – Northwestern Mississippi Community College Keith Burns, LB – Navarro College, Texas Louis Lowe, LB – Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Fred Coger, LB – Potomac State College, W.Va. Toby Wright, DB – Phoenix College, Ariz. Alonzo Horner, DB – Northwestern Mississippi Community College Roberto O‟Neal, DB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Tom Kuechle, DB – Wilmar Community College, MInn. Shannon Rutledge, P – Waldorf College, Iowa Second Team Defense Nathan Hall, DL – Ricks College, Idaho Chris Breheny, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Chance Rudzik, DL – Gardern City Community College, Kan. Lateef Travis, LB – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Mike Miller, LB – William Rainey Harper College Charlie Clemons, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Tyrone Collins, DB – College of DuPage, Ill. Mark Fritz, DB – Rochester Community College, Minn. Anthony Phillips, DB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Mike James, DB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Ken Gales, DB – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Scott Tyner, DB – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Honorable Mention Defense Myron Davis, DL – Dixie College, Utah Joe Hardy, DL – Waldorf College, Iowa

Ken Jeske, DL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Frank Iacaboni, DL – Dean Junior College, Mass. Paul McAndrews, DL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Joe Allen, DL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Tim Thompson, LB – Waldorf College, Iowa Tim Myles, LB – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Bryan Chiabotti, LB – Mesabi Community College, Minn. Jamie Thomas, DB – Brainerd Community College, Minn. Robert Harris, DB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. 1990 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense John Kaleo, QB – Montgomery College, Md. Craig Mitter, RB – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Charlie Garner, RB – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Lorenzo Butler, RB – William Rainer Harper College, Ill. Dwayne Freeman, End – Montgomery College, Md. Bob McMillen, End – College of DuPage, Ill. Mike Hooper, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Jeff Fortner, OL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Shane Zey, OL –Walla Walla Community College, Wash. Paul Thoren, OL – Kilgore College, Texas Mike Bryan, OL –Garden City Community College, Kan. John Ross, PK – Butler County Community College, Kan. Second Team Offense Edward Fletcher, Back – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Joey Missildine, Back – Kilgore College, Texas LeMann Corner, Back – North Iowa Area Community College Michael Toefield, Back – Pearl River Community College, Miss. Bert Milliner, End – Cisco Junior College, Texas Derrel Mitchell, End – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Scott Fleming, OL – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Vito Cinquepalmi, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Danny Lindsey, OL – Chowan College, N.C. Jim LeBlanc, OL – Snow College, Utah Steve Green, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Tom Burke, PK – Mississippi Delta Community College Honorable Mention Offense Ralph Barone – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Scott Crabtree – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Doug Doering – Millmar Community College, Minn. Charles Dukes – Dean Junior College, Mass. Wilson Kauvaka – Dixie College, Utah Tyrone Fitch – Montgomery College, Md. Jayson Hamilton – Hibbing Community College, Minn. David Holste – Illinois Valley Community College, Ill. Tim Montague – North Hennepin Community College, Minn. Mike Navratil – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Terrance McCauley – Rochester Community College, Minn. Dustin Rash – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Kelvin Simmons – Northwest Mississippi Community College First Team Defense Zaim Cunmalaj, DL – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Tim Canada, DL – Chowan College, N.C. Lance Keller, DL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Alfred Smith, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Chris Williams, DL – Navarro College, Texas Craig Talberg, Back – University of Minnesota@Crookston Darryl Morrison, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Steve Harris, Back – Navarro College, Texas Shawn O‟Brien, Back – Normandale Community College, Minn. Kevin Kempf, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Arthur Davis, Back – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Richard Chisolm, P – Holmes Community College, Miss. Second Team Defense Sean Middlebrooks, DL – Kemper Military College, Mo. Troy Swanson, DL – Brainerd Community College, Minn. Phillip Camacho, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Buzz Eckhart, DL – Dixie College, Utah Tom Harrold, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. Willie Creech, Back – Less-McRae College, N.C. Rueben Olveda, Back – Walla Walla Community College, Wash. Kwamie Lassiter, Back – Butler County Community College, Kan. Robert Bass, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Gino Quinones, Back – Eastern Arizona College Roy Jones, Back – Peal River Community College, Miss. Ron Edwards, P – Kemper Military College, Mo. Honorable Mention Defense Jessie Morris – Kemper Military College, Mo. Mark Brown – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Mark Pasquariello – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. John Renshaw – William Rainey Harper College Jerry Butler – Cisco Junior College, Texas Miguel Koger – North Greenville College, S.C. Billy Kelly – Kilgore College, Texas Kelly Rush – Garden City Community College, Kan. Darren Cooley – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Jay Kaznowski – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Tony Covey – North Greenville College, S.C. Derek Ruffin – Montgomery College, Md. Daryl Altic – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. 1989 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Ken Wilhite, QB – Dodge City Community College, Kan.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1989 All-Americans (cont.) T.C. Wright, RB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Vince Powell, RB – Northwest Mississippi Community College James Haywood, RB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Eric Moss, End – Ricks College, Idaho Dan Carlson, End – Willmar Community College, Minn. Bill Hurst, OL – Navarro College, Texas Randy Winter, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Tom Norquist, OL – Arizona Western College Brian Bobo, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Byan Thomsen, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa John Ross, PK – Butler County Community College, Kan. Second Team Offense Jackie Hood, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Dwight Driver, Back – Butler County Community College, Kan. Darrel Ridge, Back – Kilgore College, Texas Tracy Minniefield, Back – Hinds Junior College, Miss. Chuck Fitzgerald, Back – Iowa Central Community College Mark McKenzie, End – Phoenix College, Ariz. Gene Thomas, End – Montgomery College, Md. Chris Whitely, OL – Chowan College, N.C. David Gleue, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Randal Olds, OL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Scott Brumfield, OL – Dixie College, Utah Fernando Peters, OL – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Jace Seals, PK – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Honorable Mention Offense Peter Grove – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Elia Alia-Dailey – Wenatchee Valley Community College, Wash. Pierre Jones – Arizona Western College Demeris Johnson – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Vincent Brownlee – Itawambe Community College, Miss. Anthony Stinnett – Cisco Junior College, Texas Johnny Burrell – Ranger Junior College, Texas Anthony Brooks – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Kirk Rongen – University of Minnesota@Crookston Eddie Blacke – Northwest Mississippi Community College Tom Pulliam – Walla Walla Community College, Wash. First Team Defense Gerald Dixon, DL – Garden city Community College, Kan. David Walsh, DL – Dixie College, Utah Nathaniel Williams, DL – Navarro College, Texas Richard Maddox, DL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Teddy Patton, DL – Cisco Junior College Eric Harris, Back – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Dave Thomas, Back – Butler County Community College, Kan. Stephen Smith, Back – Chowan College, N.C. Mike McClenton, Back – Northwest Mississippi Community College James Davis, Back – Triton College, Ill. Eugene Rodgers, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Brad Allen, Back – Trinity Valley Community College, Texas Second Team Defense Mike Bystol, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. Kevin Ingram, DL – Waldorf College, Iowa Jeff Harkless, DL – Eastern Arizona College Joe Green, DL – Navarro College, Texas George Cullars, DL – Itawamba Community College, Miss. Muhammad Oliver, Back – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Scott Walker, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Darren McMullen, Back – Normandale Community College, Minn. Antowin McCollum, Back – Mesabi Community College, Minn. Clint Christiansen, Back – Snow College, Utah Ted McGonigle, Back – Potomac State College, W.Va. Josh Miller, P – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Defense Khevin Smith – Cisco Junior College Jessie Morris – Kemper Military College, Mo. Merle Sveen – Rochester Community College, Min. Gary New – Brainer Community College, Minn. Steve Campbell – Kilgore College, Texas Lawrence Minniefield – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Kevin Nicoll – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Ruffus Bester – Hinds Community College, Miss. Joe Blecher – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Alex Molina – Butler County Community College, Kan. Louis Craig – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Mark Wheeler – Navarro College, Texas 1988 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Kenny Taylor, QB – Holmes Junior College, Miss. Robert Hardy, RB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Wesley Winfield, RB – Mesabi Community College, Minn. Conrad Swanson, RB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Brent Nyberg, End – Dixie College, Utah Mike Titley, End – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Chad Hymel, OL – Tyler Junior College, Texas James Cam Pepper, OL – Cisco Junior College, Texas John David Camacho, OL – Hinds Community College, Miss. Mike Hall, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Chris Blaky, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Craig Brawley, PK – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Second Team Offense Randy Baldwin, Back – Holmes Junior College, Miss.

Siran Stacy, Back – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Al Snyder, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Sean Fisher, Back – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Jerry Smith, Back – Brainerd Community College, Minn. Kurt Jensen, OL – Ricks College Troy Newton, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College William Wikert, OL – Montgomery College, Md. James Bodensteiner, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Brian Webb, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Mike Sparks, OL – Navarro College, Texas David Lauder, PK – Ricks College, Idaho Honorable Mention Offense Michael Green – Triton College, Ill. Gabe Smith – Cisco Junior College, Texas Westley Carroll – Northwest Mississippi Community College James Haywood – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Anthony Elby – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Rory Richardson – Moraine Valley Community College, Ill. Pat Jackson – Waldorf College, Iowa Wayne Hawkins – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. James Bradley – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Eddie Brown – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Charles Humphrey – Triton College, Ill. Ted Haugh – Illinois Valley Community College, Ill. First Team Defense Michael Fox, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Bobby Wilson, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Randy Fuller, DL – Montgomery College, Md.. Randy Turnage, DL – Walla Walla Community College, Wash. Jerome Jackson, DL – Independence Community College, kan. Phillippi Sparks, Back – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Lance Sally, Back – Arizona Western College Kevin La Combe, Back – Normandale Community College, Minn. Mike McClenton, Back – Northwest Mississippi Community College Melvin Coleman, Back – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Howard Reeve, Back – Dixie College, Utah Myron Martin, P – Coahoma Junior College, Miss. Second Team Defense Michael Hayes, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. John Horton, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. David Thomas, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Tony Bowens, DL – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. David Musselman, DL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Bobby Roland, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Keith Traylor, Back – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. John Miles, Back – Navarro College, Texas George Koonce, Back – Chowan College, N.C. Jeff Topel, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Anthony Davis, Back – Spokane Falls Community College, Wash. Bruce Buckner, P – Snow College, Utah Honorable Mention Defense Troy Shippen – Ricks College, Idaho Ira McMillan – Mesabi Community College, Minn. Mike Krapel – Waldorf College, Iowa Mike Mason – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Robert Summerlin – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Steve Looney – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Brian Ryder – Dean Junior College, Mass. Mike Hoppe – Worthington Community College, Minn. Calvin Tiggle – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Keith Irving – Westchester Community College, N.Y. Jared Freeze – Montgomery College, Md. 1987 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Kelvin Minefree, QB – Dixie College, Utah Tom Zenner, RB – Normandale Community College, Minn. Bruce Perkins, RB – Butler County Community College, Kan. Robert Hardy, RB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Kevin Adkins, End – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Andre Langley, End – Phoenix College, Ariz. Steve Bishop, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Shawn Mattraw, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Roger Anderson, OL – Cisco Junior College, Texas Glenn O‟Neil, OL – Nassau College, N.Y. Joel Borders, OL – Kemper Military College, Mo. Matt Bombard, PK – Snow College, Utah Second Team Offense Michael Greene, Back – Triton College, Ill. Matt Booher, Back – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Tony Harris, Back – Montgomery College, Md. Terrance Townsend, Back – North Honnepin Community College, Minn. Kurt Minko, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz. TimSattinger, OL – East Central Junior College, Miss. Scott Venable, OL – Independence Community College, Kan. Roger Gibbs, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Rick Young, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Chuck Haislip, OL – Chowan Cillege, N.C. Jerry Sheehan, PK – Normandale Community College, Minn. Honorable Mention Offense Wesley Pope – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Michael Titley – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Joe Hough – Cisco Junior College, Texas Mike Burch – Hinds Junior College, Miss.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1987 All-Americans (cont.) Jeff Shelton – Kemper Military, Mo. Chris Gawley – Wenatchee Valley, Wash. Ricky Johnson – Independence Community College, Kan. Van Aldridge – Phoenix College, Ariz. Jeff Kransniewski – Potomac State College, W.Va. Pat Coleman – Mississippi Delta Junior College Ulysses Bently – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa First Team Defense Bud Orr, DL – Dixie College, Utah Martin Williams, DL – Chowan College, N.C. Demetrius Hill, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Mark Koziol, DL – Illinois Valley Community College Larry Taylor, DL – Navarro College, Texas Greg Taylor, Back – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Craig Anderson, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Robbie Walton, Back – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Terry Ullom, Back – Willmar Community College, Minn. Les Packaerd, Back – Walla Walla, Wash. Randy Baker, Back – Potomac State College, W.Va. James Bradley, P – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Second Team Defense Jeffery Fields, DL – Hinds Junior College, Miss. Dewey Tucker, DL – Yakima Valley Community College, Wash. Eric Muse, DL – Blinn College, Texas Mark Kotke, DL – North Dakota State College of Science Brian Chileen, DL – Normandale Community College, Minn. Randy Norris, Back – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Jack Bruscianelli, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Steve Peitler, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Yerritt Long, Back – Cisco Junior College, Texas Johnny Cooper, Back – Tyler Junior College, Texas Brian Lowery, Back – Iowa Central Community College Jeff Ogiego, P – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Honorable Mention Defense Bob Johnson – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Joe Hettel – Illinois Valley Community College Lamon Everett – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Mecridric Calloway – East Central Junior College, Miss. Raphael Parker – Blinn College, Texas Marc Siegel – Dean Junior College, Mass. Torrance Cummings – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Howard Holdbrooks – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Stan Lakatani – Kemper Military College, Mo. Patrick Murray – Rochester Community College, Minn. Mike Brinkman – Waldorf College, Iowa 1986 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Steve Klekamp, QB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Darren Myles, RB – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Lloyd Hopkins, RB – Arizona Western College Fine Unga, RB – Dixie College, Utah Ron Fair, End – Pratt Community College, Kan. Aaron Fox, End – East Mississippi Junior College Greg Hunter, OL – Ricks College, Idaho Randy Burrows, OL – Ranger Junior College, Texas Robert Smith, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. George Hawthorne, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Terry Flack, OL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Rick Walsh, PK – Montgomery Community College, Md. Second Team Offense Leatrice Pickett, Back – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Michon Johnson, Back – Snow College, Utah Mark Ray, Back – Anne Arundel Community College, Md. Chris Rath, Rochester Community College, Minn. Mark Hansen, Dean Junior College, Mass. Terry Ullomm, OL – Willmar Community College, Minn. John Boisvert, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Guy Danhoff, OL – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Glen O‟Neil, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Ron Nesbitt, OL – Iowa Central Community College John Collins, OL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Russ Moody, PK – Dixie College, Utah Honorable Mention Offense Dayton Putzer – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Walter Kane – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Jeff Dilbeck – Triton College, Ill. Tori Vactor – Montgomery Community College, Md. Rich Gebbia – Westchester Community College, N.Y. Anthony Pearson – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Andre Southerland – Butler County Community College, Kan. Kevin Johnson – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Charles Whitefield – Triton College, Ill. Pat Coleman – Mississippi Delta Junior College Mike Bellamy – College of DuPage, Ill. First Team Defense Jim Steel, DL – Montgomery Community College, Md. Derek MacCready, DL – Waldorf College, Iowa Greg Johnson, DL – Navarro College, Texas Wayne Kennedy, DL – East Central Junior College, Miss. Jim Crane, DL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Ray Carreathers, Back – Iowa Central Community College James Galloway, Back – Lees-McRae College, N.C.

Jeff Plank, Back – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Dan Holte, Back – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Mark Rice, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College La Salle Harper, Back – Tyler Junior College, Texas Brian Haukoos, P – Normandale Community College, Minn. Second Team Defense Anthony McCullough, DL – Northland Community College, Minn. Steve Debell, DL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Rich Ruether, DL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Bill Gratzianna, DL – College of DuPage, Ill. Orlando O‟Farrill, DL – Westchester Community College, N.Y. Anthony Moore, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Robert Anderson, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Robert McWright, Back – Ranger Junior College, Texas Billy Henson, Back – Montgomery Community College, Md. Kirk Davis, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Donald Harnack, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Tom Bolyard, P – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College J.D. Lane, P – Pratt Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Defense Mike Lincoln – Ann Arundel Community College, Md. Jon Johnson – Willmar Community College, Minn. Tipasa Tukuapu – Snow College, Utah James Vernon – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Mike Smith – Illinois Valley Community College Oliver Baker – Jones County Junior College, Miss. James Holloman – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Steve King – Dean Junior College, Mass. Don Matthews – Tyler Junior College, Texas Carnell Washington – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Mike House – Triton College, Ill. 1985 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Antonio Merritt, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Ken Rock, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Scott Schriner, Back – Butler County Community College, Kan. Scott Williams, Back – Henderson Junior College, Texas Robert Delpino, Back – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Fotu Katoa, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Rick Emery, OL – Snow College, Utah Matt Foley, OL – Moraine Valley Community College, Ill. Gerald Perry, OL – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Frank Skinner, OL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Rick Spaeth, OL – University of Minnesota@Crookston David Bruno, P – Moraine Valley Community College, Ill. Leonard Chitty, PK – Snow College, Utah Second Team Offense Marvin Allen – Tyler Junior College, Texas Baron Berry – Kilgore College, Texas Scott Claypole – Phoenix College, Ariz. Louie Cox – Butler County Community College, Kan. Todd Daggs – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Pete Hill – Normandale Community College, Minn. Willie Holmes – Copiah-Lincoln Junior College, Miss. Terry Ingram – Chowan College, N.C. Steve Klemkamp – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Paul Saucier – Dean Junior College, Mass. Keith Turner – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Honorable Mention Offense Houston Agnew – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Jackie Armstrong – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Kerry Joe Beasley – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Leo Butler – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Terry Franklin – Triton College, Ill. Kevin Graham – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Chris Ledbetter – Lees-Mcrae College, N.C. Len Maiocco – Westchester Community College, N.Y. Troy Marden – Brainerd Community College, Minn. Matt McBride – Cisco Junior College, Texas Reggie Parker – Harford Community College, Md. James Richard Conner – Montgomery Community College, Md. Bruce Sawin – Iowa Central Community College First Team Defense Mike Donahue, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Brock Kelly, DL – Navarro College, Texas Mike Hicks, DL – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Eric Lungren, DL – Normandale Community College, Minn. Teddy Newman, DL – Dixie College, Utah David West, DL – Cisco Junior College, Texas Patrick Dean, Back – Montgomery Community College, Md. Willie Halliburton, Back – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Dwight Sistrunk, Back – Illinois Valley Community College Maurice Smith, Back – Iowa Central Community College Mark Sveen, Back – Rochester Community College, Ill. Second Team Defense Steve Eger – Less-McRae College, N.C. Ron Greenwald – University of Minnesota@Waseca Joe Jackson – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Scott Kleist – Normandale Community College, Minn. Bronco Mendenhall – Snow College, Utah Jimmy Neal – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Orlando O‟Farrill – Westchester Community College, N.Y. Doug Pennington – Triton College, Ill.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1985 All-Americans (cont.) Doug Pennington – Triton College, Ill. Ken Staples – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Cedric Taylor – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Presley White – Iowa Central Community College Honorable Mention Defense Jim Brady – Phoenix College, Ariz. John Brown – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Jeff Dumpson – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Courtland Fuchess – Illinois Valley Community College Dexter Harvey – Kilgore College, Texas Dan Johnson – Willmar Community College, Minn. Curtis Judge – Iowa Lakes Community College Danny Lara – Tyler Junior College, Texas Toren Schonyers – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Chris Wilson – Navarro College, Texas 1984 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Mike Coleman, QB – Henderson County Junior College Charles Johnson, Back – Harford Community College, Md. Brett GrayBill, Back – Iowa Central Community College Steve Gresock, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Al Bell, End – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Brian Winter, End – Brainerd Community College, Minn. Mike Turner, OL – Dixie College, Utah Neil Wigley, OL – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Mark Nelson, OL – Normandale Community College, Minn. Pat Ryan, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Deron Farina, OL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Greg Guthrie, P Jerry Clary, PK Second Team Offense James Dukes – Snow College, Utah Gregory Hatten – Dean Junior College, Mass. John Griffin – Rochester Community College, Minn. Herb Stogsdill – Triton College, Ill. Michael Alexander – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Limbo Parks – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Ricky Myers – Pearl River Junior College, Miss. Kevin Ringer – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Allen Williams – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Henry Canady – Cisco Junior College, Texas Stanley Hoffman – Montgomery Community College@Rockville Honorable Mention Offense Albert Brown – Iowa Lakes Community College Paul Paetzel – Normandale Community College, Minn. Mike Norby – University of Minnesota@Waseca Joey Howard – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Brad Stewart – Illinois Valley Community College Brian Fuller – Westchester Community College, N.Y. First Team Defense Ken McClendon, DL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Bradley Blakenley, DL – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Allen Montgomery, DL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Jason Buck, DL – Ricks College, Idaho James Lee, DL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Brain Davis, Back – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Brian Reffner, Back – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Kelvin Bellamy, Back – Wesley College, Del. Galen Allen, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Ted Teske, Back – Rock Valley College, Ill. Doug Wentz, Back – Anoka Ramsey Community College, Minn. Second Team Defense Ulysses Harper – Phoenix College, Ariz. John Randolph – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Thomas Turner – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Aaron Thomas – Moraine Valley Community College, Ill. Scott Byers – Normandale Community College, Minn. Lawrence Motton – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Chris Chamberlain – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Robert Goff – Butler County Community College, Kan. Myron Keppy – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Joe Bergin – College of DuPage, Ill. Honorable Mention Defense Shelly Bothwell – Marion Military Institute Bart Bodway – Itasca Community College, Minn. Ed Fashaw – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Robert Hunter – Rochester Community College, Minn. Tony Radcliff – Harford Community College, Md. Doug Sendobry – Dixie College, Utah 1983 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Norman Nunn, QB – Navarro College, Texas Glen Bensley, RB – Harford Community College, Md. Mike Beal, RB – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Percy Johnson, RB – East Central Junior College, Miss. Joe Boxley, OL – Dixie College, Utah Kenneth Bourgeois, OL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Shris Simonson, OL – Kilgore College, Texas Blaise Tomczak, OL – Itasca Community College, Minn. Paul Zink, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Jimmy Webb, OL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Larry Daltman, OL – Glendale Community College, Ariz.

Bob Hagedorn, P – Dixie College, Utah Paul Drain, PK – Navarro College, Texas Second Team Offense Jeff McGuire – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Matt Hoffmann – Rochester Community College, Minn. Jeff McKinney – Illinois Valley Community College Chuck Franklin – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Tom Buzynski – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Brad Frazier – Phoenix College, Ariz. Steve Hamm – Harford Community College, Md. Michael Myers – Hinds Junior College, Miss. Mike Turner – Dixie College, Utah David Steinbring – North Hennepin College, Minn. Kevin Bor – trito college, Ill. Honorable Mention Offense Gene Vanroosendaal – Ricks College, Idaho Russel Diamond – Westchester Community College, N.Y. Wayne Coffey – Cisco Junior College, Texas Todd Kellcher – North Iowa Area Community College Rocky Hanna – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Dan Cleypool – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Rusty Smith – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Colice Powell – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Randy Bair – Iowa Lakes Community College Richard Borresen – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Mark Caballero – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Ronnie Ducksworth – Tyler Junior College, Texas John Kendrick – Butler County Community College, Kan. Darris Porter – Rochester Community College, Minn. Craig Haugo – Golden Valley Lutheran College, Minn. Steve Lindsley – Ricks College, Idaho First Team Defense Kenneth Reed, DL – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Carl Willis, DL – Navarro College, Texas Kevin Ronsen, DL – North Hennepin Community College, Minn Mark Yuhas, DL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Matt Tiemsnn, Back – Cisco Junior College, Texas John Armstrong, Back – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Jim Finch, Back – Triton College, Ill. Jerome Burgess, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Curtis Sampson, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Tony Jones, Back – Ferrum College, Va. Robert Wilson, Back – Iowa Central Community College Second Team Defense Wayde Preston – Vermillion Community College, Minn. Kelvin Bellamy – Wesley College, Md. Ricky Adams – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Jeff Kritta – Anoka Ramsey Community College, Minn. Jeff Gethers – Chowan College, N.C. Jim Newbill – Westchester Community College, N.Y. Mark Peterson – College of DuPage, Ill. Chris Lundy – Harford College, Md. Randall Webster – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Scott Johnson – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Anthony Garbarczyk – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Honorable Mention Defense Jim Fishel – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Maurice Douglas – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Mike Lincoln – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Robert Washington – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Michael Witteck – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Dan Collins – Normandale Community College, Minn. Clevondo Benson – Cisco Junior College, Texas Tommy Payne – Marion Military Institute, Ala. David Kramer – Chowan College, N.C. Kendal Barz – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Anthony Kinneman – Rochester Community College, Minn. Kim Brown – Harford College, Md. Stanley Crowder – Northeastern Mississippi Junior College Thomas Russell – East Central Junior College, Miss. Tim Chapman – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Jason Buck – Ricks College, Idaho Perry Laures – Waldorf College, Iowa 1982 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Clarence Bailey, QB – Wesley College, Del. Gary Fisher, RB – Normandale Community College, Minn. Roosevelt Snipes, RB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Mark Thomsen, RB – Ellsworth College, Iowa Joey Harris, OL – Wharton County Junior College, Texas Terrence Lelfholt, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Eric Schwartz, OL – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Casper Boso, OL – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Mark Nelson, OL – Normandale Community College, Minn. Charles Hagen, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Crawford Ker, OL – Arizona Western College Gary Webster, P – Ricks College, Idaho Kloumars Resale, PK – Cisco Junior College, Texas Second Team Offense Tom Peterson – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Kevin Henderson – Triton College, Ill. Terry Lawrence – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Bennie Hamilton – Ricks College, Idaho

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1982 All-Americans (cont.) Greg Heiskel – Blinn College, Texas Larry Spears – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Ross Genovese – Holmes Junior College, Miss. Dan Feely – College of DuPage, Ill. Andrew Banks – Cisco Junior College, Texas Joe Medeiros – Dean Junior College, Mass. John Schmidt – Rochester Community College, Minn. Honorable Mention Offense Jeff Rice – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Joe Green – Chowan College, N.C. Bob Guidice – Phoenix College, Ariz. Kelly Stouffer – Garden City Community College, Kan. First Team Defense Tom Polley, DL – Normandale Community College, Minn. Jason Thlbodeaux, DL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Norris Fisher, DL – Tyler Junior College, Texas David Grillo, DL – Arizona Western College Eric Rumple, DL – Iowa Central Community College Neil Ferrigno, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Steve Stangi, Back – Brainerd Junior College, Minn. Jim Krebs, Back – Ranger Junior College, Texas Deron McCue, Back – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Jeff Larson, Back – Illinois Valley Community College Greg Fitzgerald, Back – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Second Team Defense John Knight – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Nathan Silva – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Wilfred Sasser – Kilgore College, Texas Jeff Hooper – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Robert Washington – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Brad Smith – Ricks College, Idaho Mark Morgan – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Kirk Woods – Chowan College, N.C. Kevin Ronsen – North Hennepin Community College, Minn. Bobby Gaston – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Dale Lewis – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Honorable Mention Defense Steven Barnes – Wesley Junior College, Del. Warren Carey – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Russ Gadoci – Dean Junior College, Mass. Tim Moriarity – Ranger Junior College, Texas Jose Casanova – East Mississippi Junior College David Webb – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jay Gunderson – University of Minnesota@Crookston Tyrone Johnson – Hinds Junior College, Miss. 1981 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Gary Bridges, QB – Arizona Western College Harold Brown, RB – Joliet Junior College Mark Crites, RB – Kilgore Junior College Andy Kilgore, RB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Mel Geey, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Jimmy Neal, OL – Navarro Junior College, Texas Rex Burningham, OL – Ricks College, Idaho Mike Dahl, OL – Harford Community College, Md. Tom Kuusisto, OL – North Hennepin Community College, Minn. Dan Sharp, OL Ranger Junior College, Texas Greg Gunter, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Bill Koepp, P – Worthington Community College, Minn. Jeff Murawski, PK – Waldorf College, Iowa Second Team Offense Tod Weder – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Eddie Stinnett – Snow College, Utah Al Molitor – Willmar Community College, Minn. Billy Richardson – Cisco Junior College, Texas David Hersey – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Dave Demsky – Mississippi Delta Junior College Anthony Jordan – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Jim Roberts – Illinois Valley Community College Addison Kendrick – Ferrum College, Va. Luis Rubi – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Greg Darrington – Butler County Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Offense Mike Nardone – Butler County Community College, Kan. David Skow – Normandale Community College, Minn. Barry Riddick – College of DuPage, Ill. Tom Peterson – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Craig Kirschbaum – Waldorf College, Iowa Karl Schneiter – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Simmy Cooley – Jones County Junior College, Miss. David Johnson – Cisco Junior College, Texas Terry Dorman – Rock Valley College, Ill. Brad Pilgard – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. Bob Vinsko – Arizona Western College Brian Larsen – Ricks College, Idaho First Team Defense John Cosentino, DL – N.Y. Aaron Usher, DL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Darryl Thompson, DL – Arizona Western College Willard Golf, DL – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Kevin Banks, DL – Chowan College Doug Ware, Back – Fergus Falls, Minn.

Jerry Stewart, Back – Holmes Junior College, Miss. Don Wilson, Back – Ellsworth College, Iowa Scott Case, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College John Young, Back – Snow College, Utah Steve Thomas, Back – Illinois Valley Community College Second Team Defense Jim Smith – Normandale Community College, Minn. Rick Wirjes – Rochester Community College, Minn. Rickey Greene – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College John Platt – Dean Junior College, Mass. Jim Yost – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Tom Gribben – Montgomery College, Md. Tom Polley – Normandale Community College, Minn. Calvin Jenkins – Triton College, Ill. John Meyer – Brainerd Community College, Minn. Darin Boone – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Nick Epps – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Defense Jimmy Bonner – East Mississippi Junior College Phil Hopkins – Harford Community College, Md. Wayman Bolton – Tyler Junior College, Texas Tom Petrizzo – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Tom Baldwin – Thorton Junior College, Ill. Otis Cooks – Mississippi Delta Junior College Ted Fountas – North Iowa Area Community College Dan Boddicker – Waldorf College, Iowa Matt Kohl – Phoenix College, Ariz. George Smith – Eastern Arizona College Steve Ford – Pratt College, Kan. 1980 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Terry Hawkins, QB – Illinois Valley Community College Mike Rozier, RB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Walter Ross, RB – Anoka-Ramsey Community College, Minn. Kelly Raber, RB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Mike Furnas, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jason Doyle, OL – Kilgore College, Texas Anthony Penny, OL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Fred Miles, OL – Ferrum College, Va. Doug Malcomb, OL – Blinn Junior College, Texas Jim Murray, OL – Iowa Central Community College Keith Miller, OL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Grant Campbell, P – Ricks College, Idaho Russ Carpentiere, PK – Lees-McRae College Second Team Offense Keith Bonney – Cowley County Community College, Kan. Joe Lewis – North Hennepin Community College, Minn. Barry Riddick – College of DuPage, Ill. Charles Rogers – Harford Community College, Md. Joe Warren – Rochester Community College, Minn. Steve Thumm – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Bill Welch – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Tom Kuusisto – North Hennepin Community College, Minn. David Dean – Chowan College, N.C. Russ Roberts – Ricks College, Idaho Mario Rangel – Cisco Junior College, Texas Honorable Mention Offense Duane Gunn – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Eric Crocker – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Victor Job – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Anthony Norman – Northeast Mississippi Junior College Terry Seals – Holmes Junior College, Miss. Luis Rubi – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. Larry Seiple – Rock Valley College, Ill. Al Lierz – Highland Community College, Kan. Keith Hall – Garden City Community College, Kan. Frank Jacobs – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa First Team Defense Chris Pack, DL – Iowa Central Community College Mitch Callahan, DL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Scott Allen, DL – Arizona Western College Brian Sutter, DL – Willmar Community College, Minn. Jackie Wilson, Back – Kilgore College, Texas Greg Maack, Back – Fergus Falls Community College, Minn. J.D. Johnson, Back – Triton College, Ill. Mike Toney, Back – Illinois Valley Community College Otis Lindsey, Back – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Dan Moore, Back – Rochester Community College, Minn. James Brinkley, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Second Team Defense Arthur Lowery – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Raymond Woodard – Kilgore College, Texas John Rembert – Cowley County Community College, Kan. John Fishel – Joliet Junior College, Ill. David Gilyard – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Brian Mica – Blinn Junior College, Texas Jerry Stewart – Holmes Junior College, Miss. Dal Sharp – Ranger Junior College, Texas Keith Walters – Garden City Community College, Kan. Scott Polley – Wesley College, Del. Honorable Mention Defense Tony Boles – Kilgore College, Texas Louis Scambone – Nassau Community College, N.Y.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1980 All-Americans (cont.) Glen Goedken – Iowa Lakes Community College Mike Grant – Chowan College, N.C. Dan Caithamer – Triton College, Ill. Jim Walker – New Mexico Military Institute Dino Ivory – Thorton Community College, Ill. Julius Holt – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Mike Ragno – Harford Community College, Md. Anthony Terral – Cisco Junior College, Texas Bob LaBombard – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Kevin Waechler – Waldorf College, Iowa Jody Scholtz – Chowan College, N.C. Stanton Akana – Ricks College, Idaho Bennie Kiefer – Pratt Community College, Kan. Brad Nieder – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. 1979 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Jeff Selburg, QB – Illinois Valley Community College Cleo Lewis, RB – Ranger Junior College, Texas Dwayne Cructchfield, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Justin Wilson, RB – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Chuck Porcelli, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Wally Kersten, OL – Normandale Community College, Minn. John Snellman, OL – Dean Junior College, Mass. Joey Hancock, OL –Blinn Junior College, Texas Emanuel Weaver, OL – Arizona Western College Tim Copeland, OL – Iowa Central Community College Gary Allred, P – Dixie College, Utah Rick Anderson, PK – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Second Team Offense Dale Halgren – Ricks College, Idaho Chris Ford – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Steve Gjerde – Normandale Community College Minn. Marvin Lewis – Tyler Junior College, Texas Keith Miller – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Tony Hensley – Ferrum Colllege, Va. Bruce Scott – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Ken Gil – Arizona Western College Clay Wade – Ranger Junior College, Texas Matt Biddle – Cowley County Community College, Kan. Mike Jensen – Garden City Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Offense Dan Johnson – Golden Valley Lutheran College, Minn. Jamie Fast – North Hennepin Community College, Minn. Donnell Townsend – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Keith Bonney – Cowley County Community College, Kan. Rodney Brewer – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Jeff Stevens – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Jeff White – Rochester Community College, Minn. Don Eslin – Anne Arundel Community College, Md. Pat Clifford – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Jerome Lanier – Ranger Junior College, Texas Dan Cleveland –Montgomery Community College, Md. First Team Defense Ernie Jordan, DL – Ranger Junior College, Texas Roy Edwards, DL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Hal Henderson, DL – Chowan College, N.C. Jeff Icel, DL – Navarro College, Texas Tim Olsen, DL – Mesabi Community College, Minn. Jeff Maronic, Back – Ferrum College, Va. Rene Baker, Back – Blinn Junior College, Texas Kennny Cook, Back – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Kurt Bruns, Back – Illinois Valley Community College Ron Thomas, Back – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Will Cokeley, Back – Illinois Valley Community College Second Team Defense Terron Rogers – Triton College, Illinois Maury Hill – Northeastern Mississippi Junior College Mike Conroy – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Greg Jennings – Garden City Community College, Kan. Will Shupe – Iowa Central Community College Wade Mauland – Normandale Community College, Minn. Ken McGovern – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. John Bowes – College of DuPage, Ill. Willis Carolina – New Mexico Military Institute Jim Pekar – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Jimmy Franklin – Northwest Mississippi Junior College Honorable Mention Defense James Erb – Waldorf College, Iowa Gary Fookies – Montgomery College, Md. Buddy Lund – Motgomery College, Md. Robert Lee Phillips – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Dean Land – North Dakota State College of Science Robert Brown – Chowan College, N.C. Dave Cayler – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Melvin Jackson – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. David Gilyard – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Al Della Porta – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Steve Anderson – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. 1978 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Neil Schmidt, QB – William Rainey Harper College, Ill. John Robinson, RB – New Mexico Military Institute

Michael Wright, RB – Kilgore College, Texas Randy McMillan, RB – Harford Community College, Md. Rick Hathaway, OL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Ray Bequet, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Rick Gann, OL – Blinn Junior College, Texas Rich Reimer, OL – Willmar Community College, Minn. Bruce Campbell, OL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Leon Chadwick, OL – Ferrum College, Va. Robert Hemsey, OL – Wesley College, Del. Bucky Scribner, P – Pratt Community College, Kan. Barry Kramer, P – Rock Valley College, Ill. Scott Schramme, PK – Ferrum College, Va. Wayne Van Der Lou, PK – Phoenix College, Ariz. Second Team Offense Dan McDaniel, Back – Cowley County Community College, Kan. David Scott, Back – Kilgore College, Texas Delbert Thompson, Back – Ranger Junior College, Texas Cleveland West, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Allen Hensley, OL – Arizona Western College Buddy Carter, OL – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Kevin Wilson, OL – Rochester Community College, Minn. Mark Orzula, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Jeff Bridges, OL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Keith Houfek, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Lonnie Tillman, OL – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Honorable Mention Offense Gregg Taylor – New Mexico Military Institute Buddy Fller – Ranger Junior College, Texas Jeff Martin – Illinois Valley Community College Carey Burkett – Iowa Central Community College Jim Anderstrom – Willmar Community College, Minn. Rickey Hardin – Kilgore College, Texas John Wozniak – Waldorf College, Iowa Junior Wallace – Jones Junior College, Miss. Ben Mungin – Chowan College, N.C. Sam Bailey – Marlon Military Institute, Ala. Marty Peterson – Normandale Community College, Minn. First Team Defense Henry Waechter, DL – Waldorf College, Iowa Mike Ruzich, DL – Coffeyville Community College Roger Adams, DL – Kilgore College, Texas Jim Anderson, DL – Worthington Community College, Minn. Bill Elko, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Ken Calthamer, Back – Triton College, Ill. Sherdell Brelthelt, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Edward Baxley, Back – Arizona Western College Lamont Mitchell, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Ken Sitton, Back – Navarro College, Texas Siotame Uluave, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Second Team Defense Hal Henderson, DL – Chowan College, N.C. Tom Terrell, DL – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Tim Cole, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Calvin Rackley, DL – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Ron Hallstrom, DL – Iowa Central Community College Clarence Bennett, Back – Navarro College, Texas William Knowles, Back – Ranger Junior College, Texas Michael Chinn, Back – Jones County Junior College, Miss. Tim Moyer, Back – Normandale Community College, Minn. Al Strandberg, Back – University of Minnesota@Crookston Paul Davis, Back – Ferrum College, Va. Honorable Mention Defense Clinton Jones – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Steve Walker – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Rick Crosby – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Greg Spur – Rochester Community College, Minn. Charles Champine – Kilgore College, Texas Steve Murphy – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Rick Stottlemyer – Chowan College, N.C. Robert Soules – Dean Junior College, Mass. Charles Caufield – New Mexico Military Institute David York – Kilgore College, Texas Craig Brown – Harford Community College, Md. Bill Flodin – Rock Valley College, Ill. 1977 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Kelvin Russell, QB – Navarro College, Texas Jim Kelly, RB – Rochester Community College, Minn. Lonnie Denton, RB – Illinois Valley Community College Rallegh Kelly, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Marty Shepherd, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Chris Gray, OL – Ferrum College, Va. Lee Felice, OL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Drew Montgomery, OL – Navarro College, Texas Bob Laird, OL – Kilgore College, Texas Tom Cross, OL – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Johnny Jackson, OL – Ranger Junior College, Texas Pat King, P – Pratt Community College, Kan. Wayne Van Der Loo, PK – Phoenix College, Ariz. Second Team Offense Paul McKenney, Back – N.C. Jim Poltier, Back – Golden Valley Lutheran College, Minn. Ben Gray, Back – Wilbur Wright College, Ill.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1977 All-Americans (cont.) LeRoy King, Back – Blinn College, Texas Bruce Bryant, OL – Chowan College, N.C. Barry Tolley, OL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Pat Gregory, OL – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Norman Goodman, OL – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Alan Mckellar, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Doug Wilkes, OL – Snow College, Utah John Dougherty, OL – Wesley College, Del. Honorable Mention Offense Mark Ekkens – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Eugene Nettles – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Larry Parker – Northeast Mississippi Junior College Walter Grant – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Greg Smith – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Jeff Morrow – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. John Glinski – Independence Community College, Kan. Talmadge Tanks – Ferrum College, Va. James Wilder – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Mike Friede – Garden City Community College, Kan. Wardell Wright – Independence Community College, Kan. Dan Fidler – Mesa Community College, Ariz. First Team Defense Richard Goode, DL – Ferrum College, Va. Tom Allen, DL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Mike Coffeen, DL – Inver Hills Community College, Minn. Reggie Figley, DL – Navarro College, Texas Jerry Holmes, Back – Chowan College Ozzie Harrel, Back – Independence Community College, Kan. Nate Parker, Back – Ferrum College, Va. Louis Camptell, Back – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Jerry Azzinaro, Back – Dean Junior College, Mass. Don Garrett, Back – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Mark Streeter, Back – North Iowa Community College Second Team Defense Ralph Rushing, DL – Rock Valley College, Ill. Jay Daniel Chetelat, DL – Wesley College, Del. Jeff Schuh, DL – North Hennepin Community College, Minn. Darrell Oakley, DL – Garden City Community College, Kan. Barry Todd, Back – Northeastern Mississippi Junior College Michael Delaney, Back – Montgomery College, Md. Mike Battle, Back – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Jim Trumblee, Back – Waldorf College, Iowa Mike Suggs, Back – Marion Military Institute John Roschen, Back – Rochester Community College, Minn. Chris Loser, Back – Rock Valley College, Ill. Honorable Mention Defense Steve Malecha – Normandale Community College, Minn. Steve Kraushaar – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Tom Terrell – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Don Jessie – Navarro College, Texas Keith Reynolds – Dean Junior College, Mass. Andrew Melontree – Tyler Junior College, Texas Jim Hennan – Harper College, Ill. Todd Miltenberger – Iowa Lakes Community College Steve Oliver – Pratt Community College, Kan. James Harris – East Mississippi Junior College Steve Bingham – Ranger Junior College, Texas Willie Flowers – Arizona Western College 1976 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Gary Crowton, QB – Snow College, Utah Leroy King, RB – Blinn College, Texas Robert Robertson, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. David Roccio, RB – Wesley College, Del. Willis Adams, OL – Navarro College, Texas Dusty Davis, OL – New Mexico Military Institute Reggie Hall, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Ronnie West, OL – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Jerry Parker, OL – Harper College, Ill. Tom Smith, OL – Harford Community College, Md. Steve Knoepke, OL – Rochester Community College, Minn. Alan Dantz, P – Dixie College, Utah Frank McLaughlin, PK – Montgomery College, Md. Second Team Offense Ben Gray, Back – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Jim Juhl, Back – Rochester Community College, Minn. Alvin Garrett, Back – Ranger Junior College, Texas Tim Pivonka, Back – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. James Scruggs, OL – Arizona Western College Mike Cusamano, OL – Ferrum College, Va. Jim Flannery, OL – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Kenneth Wright, OL – Ranger Junior College, Texas Dan Muder, OL – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Butch Vaugn, OL – Phoenix College, Ariz. Mike Perrault, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Honorable Mention Offense Kennon Taylor – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Walter Grant – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Wardell Wright – Independence Community College, Kan. Tony Grochowalski – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Brad Bigando – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Zachary Dixon – Dean Junior College, Mass.

Paul Talley – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Charles Bliss – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Johnny Jackson – Ranger Junior College, Texas Raymond Butler – Wharton County Junior College, Texas First Team Defense Darrell Hobbs, DL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Chris Laursen, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. James Graham, DL – Rochester Community College, Minn. James Wilson, DL – Navarro College, Texas Don Thurston, Back – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Wesley Williams, Back – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Chuck Bohner, Back – Dodge City Community College, Kan. Brian Johnson, Back – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Jerry Washington, Back – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Floyd Randall, Back – Blinn College, Texas Derrick Goddard, Back – Iowa Central Community College Second Team Defense Wayne Irby, DL – Wesley College, Del. Barry Crayton, DL – New Mexico Military Institute Ron Lewis, DL – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Neal Timmons, DL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Bob Rawl, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Marvin Rollins, Back – Ferrum College, Va. Chet Hemenway, Back – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Henry McDeed, Back – Dean Junior College, Mass. William Gleason, Back – Potomac State College, W.Va. Dana Powers, Back – University of Minnesota Tech College@Crookston Mike Juarez, Back – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Honorable Mention Defense Jim Trumblee – Waldorf College, Iowa David Shaw – Long Beach City College, Cal. Bill Finch – Rock Valley college, Ill. Ronnie Brannon – Ranger Junior College, Texas Td Leonardelli – Concordia College, Wis. Kenneth Taylor – Navarro College, Texas Mike Meinert – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 1975 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Oscar Ramirez, QB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Wardell Johnson, RB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Ron Springs, RB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Gary Blair, RB – Kilgore College, Texas Mickey Hatcher, OL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Ricky Smallwood, OL – New Mexico Military Institute Mike Shields, OL Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Dan Brooks, OL – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Gary Evans, OL – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Don Valgardson, OL – Ricks College, Idaho Tom Gaucius, OL – College of DuPage, Ill. Ron Stock, P – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Richard Adams, PK – New Mexico Military Institute Second Team Offense Zachary Dixon, Back – Dean Junior College, Mass. Fred Ellison, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. John Maggio, Back – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Jeff Anderson, Back – Mesabi Community College, Va. Randall Teate, OL – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Steve Dostal, OL – Rochester Community College, Minn. Mike Kersjes, OL – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Garry Hiebert, OL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Robert Aikens, OL - Community College of Baltimore, Md. Bill Caputo, OL – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Jim Jez, OL – Ferrum College, Va. Honorable Mention Offense Audie Woods, Back – Navarro Junior College, Texas Redrick Williams, Back – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Alvin Overstreet, Back – Kennedy-King College, Ill. Rod Booker, Back – New Mexico Military Institute Bill Nelsen, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Bobby Mitchell, Back – Tyler Junior College, Texas Phil Miller, Back – Garden City Community College, Kan. Royce Bybee, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Henry Vinson, OL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Phil Luccio, OL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. James Wright, OL – Blinn College, Texas Bob Klavas, OL – Waldorf College, Iowa Brad Bigando, OL – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Dusty Davis, OL – New Mexico Military Institute First Team Defense Don Fenner, DL – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Daryl Musgrove, DL – Pratt Community College, Kan. Royal Stevens, DL – Blinn College, Texas Paul McWilliams, DL – Waldorf College, Iowa Lester Beirose, Back – Kilgore College, Texas Bob Dively, Back – College of DuPage, Ill. Edward Therriault, Back – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Ivan Jones, Back – New Mexico Military Institute Harold Woods, Back – Potomac State College, W.Va. John Kuntz, Back – Rochester Community College, Minn. Bob Curry, Back – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Second Team Defense Alvin Clark , DL – Butler County Community College, Kan. Woodrow Carter, DL – Fort Scott Community College, Kan.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1975 All-Americans (cont.) Mike Karkhoff, DL – University of Minnesota Tech College@Crookston Willie McCullough, DL – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Keith Nelms, Back – Navarro Junior College, Texas Robert Crimi, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Bob Powers, Back – Lakewood Community College, Minn. Brad Wagner, Back – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Mike Pentecost, Back – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Johnny Douglas, Back – Ferrum College, Va. Leon Farmer, Back – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Honorable Mention Defense Chris Laursen, DL – Mesa Community College, Ariz. James D‟Antonio, DL – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Donny Hamilton, DL – Rock Valley College, Ill. Earnest Shields, DL – Tyler Junior College, Texas Al Davis, DL – Cisco Junior College, Texas Jeff Breiner, DL – Waldorf College, Iowa Ron Wilson, DL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Frank Wilson, Back – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Keith Randall, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Tim Strack, Back – Garden City Community College, Kan. 1974 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Mike Fallon, QB – Ferrum College, Va. Ricky Kelly, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Dave Steenland, RB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Wayne Lampe, RB – Montgomery College, Md. Charlie Johnson, TE – Tyler Junior College, Texas Percy McBride, TE – Indian Hills Community College, Iowa George Messich, OT – Potomac State College, W.Va. Mike Rabel, OT – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jim Harding, OG – Normandale Community College, Minn. Steve Jazwiec, OG – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Dave Green, C – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa Jeff Herrick, P – Anne Arundel Community College, Md. Eddie Huff, PK – Ferrum College, Va. Second Team Offense Dale Heffron, QB – Itasca Community College, Minn. Rick Stanford, RB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Curtis Brown, RB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Mike Gregory, RB – Ferrum College, Va. Vernon Wells, TE – Ranger Junior College, Texas Timothy Manwaring, TE – Wesley College, Del. Terry Leonardelli, OT – Concordia College, Wis. Joe Ristau, OT – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Rand Olsen, OG – Normandale Community College, Minn. Charles Peal, OG – Garden City Community College, Kan. Kevin Swider, C – Eastern Arizona College Honorable Mention Offense Lynn Lewis, Back – Dixie College, Utah Royce Bybee, Back – Ricks College, Idaho Bobby Mitchell, Back – Tyler Junior College, Texas Steve Canady, Back – Phoenix College, Ariz. Oscar Ramirez, Back – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Joe Seymour, OL – Waldorf College, Iowa Matt Cumberworth, OL – Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Don Edberg, OL – North Dakota State School of Science Mike Spiva, OL – University of Minnesota@Crookston Ervin Kimbrough, OL – Harper College, Ill. Steve Dostal, OL – Rochester Community College, Minn. First Team Defense Tim Sanford, DE – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Craig Phalen, DE – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Gary Edwards, DT – Ferrum College, Va. Curtis Townsend, DT – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Zachary Dibrell, NG – Phoenix College, Ariz. Tom Harrington, LB – Clackamas Community College, Ore. Robert Jackson, LB – Henderson Community College, Texas Curt Nelson, LB – Normandale Community College, Minn. Randy Rick, LB – Waldorf College, Iowa Jerry Anderson, DB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College John Woleske, DB – Arizona Western College Second Team Defense Lorenzo Kenan, DE – Chowan College, N.C. Lorenzo Turner, DE – Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Ed Perkins, DT – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Brian Chambers, DT – Scottsdale Community College, Ariz. Ed Bednarick, NG – Harford Community College, Md. Ted Kirschner, LB – Golden Valley Lutheran College, Minn. Ivan Jones, LB – New Mexico Military Institute George Tsoleas, LB – Ferrum College, Va. Bill Finch, LB – Rock Valley College, Ill. Buddy Cheeks, DB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Mike Contorno, DB – College of DuPage, Ill. Honorable Mention Defense Jim Noonan, LB – Normandale Community College, Minn. Ray Stawowy, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College C.E. Starkweather, LB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Kan Dombroski, LB – Arizona Western College Delphis Stokes, DB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Dan Connell, DB – Clackamas Community College, Ore. Victor Moore, DB – Kilgore College, Texas Steve Straty, DB – Navarro Junior College, Texas

Willie Tim Gould, DB – Ricks College, Idaho Gracen Guice, DB – Garden City Community College, Kan. 1973 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Rick Wieser, QB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Larry Bates, RB – Arizona Western College Charlie White, RB – Iowa Central Community College Tony Galbreath, RB – Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Keith Thomas, SE – Navarro Junior College, Texas W. Scroggins, TE – Eastern Arizona College Paul Schmidt, OT – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Dave Trieber, OT – Wesley College, Del. Mitch McGehee, OG – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Tom Parker, OG – Triton College, Ill. Mark Linnell, C – University of Minnesota@Crookston David Cheves, P – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Mark Uselman, PK – Ricks College, Idaho Second Team Offense Brad Bubak, QB – Ricks College, Idaho James Couch, RB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. J.W. Rawls, RB – Pearl River Junior College, Miss. Leonard Willis, RB – Nebraska Southern College Ervin Kimbrough, SE – Harper College, Ill. John Pride, TE – Lakewood Community College, Minn. Don Schanz, OT – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. A.J. Smith, OT – Copiah-Lincoln Junior College, Miss. Wayman Hawkins, OG – Nebraska Southern College Brian King, OG – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Courtney Bossert, C – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Offense Jim Gillespie, QB – Navarro Junior College, Texas Don Forte, RB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Gary Wade, RB – Waldorf College, Iowa Ken Walker, RB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. First Team Defense Mike St. Clair, DE – Iowa Central Community College Randy Cozens, DE – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Cliff Frazier, DT – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Robert Jackson, DT – Henderson Community College Keith Smith, G – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Saipele Manutai, G – Eastern Arizona College Tony Middleton, LB – Iowa Central Community College Paul Serrano, LB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Ray Phillips, LB – Marshalltown Community College, Iowa Jeff Tryon, DB – Arizona Western College Darnell Meyers, DB – Blinn College, Texas Second Team Defense Ken Dimke, DE – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Bob Gutowski, DE – Wesley College, Del. Steve Knapik, DT – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. John Concannon, DT – Dean Junior College, Mass. Clifton Payne, G – Garden City Community College, Kan. Chuck McKinnie, G – Pratt Community College, Kan. Chavez Linzy, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College James Smith, LB – Pearl River Junior College, Miss. Kirk Strawser, LB – Ricks College, Idaho Gary Wagner, DB – University of Minnesota@Crookston James Davis, DB – Phoenix College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Defense Rich Roste, DT – Willmar Community College, Minn. Ray Marshall, LB – Potomac State College, W.Va. Richard Noel, LB – Potomac State College, W.Va. Dwight Palmi, LB – Mesabi Community College, Minn. Butch Hill, DB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 1972 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Mike Glazier, QB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Rick Upchurch, RB – Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Clyde Russell, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Steve Beaird, RB – Blinn College, Texas Jim Sanders, TE – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Walter White, TE – Mesa College, Colo. Kim Thomas, OT – Fairbury Junior College, Neb. L. Whitecavage, OT – Community College of Baltimore, Md. John Segretti, OG – Arizona Western College Mike Smith, OG – Copiah-Lincoln Junior College, Miss. Dennis Teel, C – Phoenix College, Ariz. David Cheves, P – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Mark Usleman, PK – Ricks College, Idaho Second Team Offense Dave Mendez, QB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Tommy Nathan, RB – Eastern Arizona College Dennis Greene, RB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Freddie Carolina, RB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Mark Miller, TE – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Clifford Crenshaw, TE – New Mexico Military Institute John Hertko, OT – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Fred Sellmann, OT – Concordia College, Wis. Ronnie Reed, OG – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Paul Cesaretti, OG – College of DuPage, Ill. Bill Wallace, C – Pearl River Junior College, Miss. Honorable Mention Offense Cornell Reese, Back – Kilgore Junior College, Texas

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1972 All-Americans (cont.) Floyd Hogan, Back – Blinn College, Texas Ray Phillips, Back – Mashalltown Community College, Iowa Don Michaelson, Back – Mesabi State Junior College, Minn. Maurice Cox, Back – Waldorf College, Iowa Bruce Barnes, Back – Ellsworth College, Iowa First Team Defense Gary Burly, DE – Wharton County Junior College, Texas Joseph Gro, DE – Chowan College, N.C. Tom Haber, DT – Tyler Junior College, Texas Mark Gedraits, DT – Illinois Valley Community College Cliff Frazier, G – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Jerry Dahl, G – North Dakota State College of Science Ron Davis, LB – Arizona Western College C. Stephenson, LB – Wesley College, Del. Johnny Foreman, LB – Ranger Junior College, Texas Jack Gallagher, DB – Pearl River Junior College, Miss. Jeff Gilligan, DB – Iowa Central Community College Second Team Defense Brison Manor, DE – Pratt Community College, Kan. Larry Hutchinson, DE – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College William Crosby, DT – Triton College, Ill. Jerry Lawerance, DT – Mesabi State Junior College, Minn. Kenneth Thomas, G – Phoenix College, Ariz. John Barresi, G – Henderson County Junior College, Texas David Barta, LB – Pratt Community College, Kan. John McCrumbly, LB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Dan Commerford, LB – Willmar State Junior College, Minn. John Hopper, DB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Tim Gray, DB – Navarro Junior College, Texas Honorable Mention Defense Wilfred Calvin, DL – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Dennis Wells, DL – Kennedy King Junior College, Ill. Bruce Steele, DL – Copiah-Lincoln Junior College, Miss. Mike Freley, DL – Wesley College, Del. Chuck Siefert, DL – Rochester State Junior College, Minn. Delbert Melton, DL – Chowan College, N.C. Greg Steenblock, DL –North Iowa Community College Ron Stallard, DL – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. 1971 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense James McKay, QB – Gulf Coast Junior College, Miss. Damond Mays, RB – Phoenix College, Ariz. Tommy Reamon, RB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Alfred Barrett, RB – Kilgore Junior College, Texas S. McKinney, TE – Pratt Community College, Kan. Nick Ortega, TE – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Fred Ross, OT – Arizona Western College Eddie Cox, OT – Blinn College, Texas Del Connors, OG – Ellsworth College, Iowa Jerone Hodges, OG – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Ed McLaughlin, C – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Larry Richards, PK – New Mexico Military Institute Second Team Offense Bob Bangston, QB – Normandale Junior College, Minn. Ron Parson, RB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Gary Lacy, RB – Wharton Junior College, Texas Rick Upchurch, RB – Indian Hills Community College, Iowa Steve Owens, TE – New Mexico Military Institute Theodore Powell, TE – Ferrum College, Va. Pat Clerihan, OT – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Jerry Sinclair, OT – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Andy Schultz, OG – Fairbury Junior College, Neb. Ted Titchenal, OG – Phoenix College, Ariz. Brian Sawyer, C – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Honorable Mention Offense Kevin Keag, QB – William Wright Junior College, Ill. John Turner, QB - Community College of Baltimore, Md. Mike Thorn, RB – Triton College, Ill. Clyde Russell, RB – Garden City Community College, Kan. John Goebel, RB – Lakewood State Junior College, Minn. Robert Haines, RB – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Jim Smith, RB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. John Tuttle, TE – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Walten White, TE – Mesa College, Colo. Steve Bayone, OT - Community College of Baltimore, Md. Danny Hartman, OT – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Phil Perry, OT – Tyler Junior College, Texas John Jalanivich, OG – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College John Segrett, OG – Arizona Western College First Team Defense Larry Banks, DE – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Sam Johnson, DE – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Milliard Neeley, DT – Tyler Junior College, Texas Don Hubbard, DT – Arizona Western College Sam Moser, MG – Worthington Junior College, Minn. Stu Christian, LB – Chowan College, N.C. David Smith, LB – Navarro Junior College, Texas Charles Beery, LB – Mesa College, Colo. Bill Taylor, LB – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. David Dill, DB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Don Drake, DB – Ranger Junior College, Texas

Second Team Defense Gary Lindsay, DE – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Skipp Holland, DE – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Paul Ridder, DT – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Earl Wilson, DT – Garden City Community College, Kan. Willone Eubanks, MG – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Tom Carr, LB – Rock Valley College, Ill. Gary Williams, LB – North Dakota State College of Science John Paul McCrumbly, LB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Marty Smith, LB – Ellsworth Community College, Iowa James Watson, DB – Arizona Western Community College Guy Stewart, DB – Fairbury Junior College, Neb. Honorable Mention Defense John Shannon, DE – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Dave Liette, DE – Waldorf College, Iowa Gary Burley, DE – Wharton Junior College, Texas Butch Norman, DE – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Kenny Larsen, LB – Mississippi Gulf Coast Junior College Bucky Johnson, LB – Lakewood State Junior College, Minn. Felix Olasco, LB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. David Butler, LB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Travis Bowen, LB – Ricks College, Idaho John Schmieder, LB – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Ken Kennedy, DB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Wayman Walker, DB – New Mexico Military Institute Robert Simon, DB – Arizona Western Community College Blaine Church, DB – Snow College, Utah 1970 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense John Cherry, QB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jim Smith, RB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Tommy Reamon, RB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. John Harvey, RB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Warren Dyar, TE – New Mexico Military Institute Lon Crittenden, TE – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Charles Price, OT – Phoenix College, Ariz. Mike Miles, OT – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Gordon Zumbach, OG – Nassau Community College, N.Y. John Bowles, OG – Chowan College, N.C. Robert Haydock, C – Ellsworth College, Iowa Al Vitiello, PK – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Second Team Offense Mike Peterson, QB – Mesabi State Junior College, Minn. David Holmberg, RB – Worthington State Junior College, Minn. Leroy Moss, RB – Centerville Community College, Iowa James Nunn, RB – Navarro Junior College, Texas Jim Sharp, TE – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Gerald Tate, TE – Ranger Junior College, Texas Jim O‟Connor, OT – Eastern Arizona College Steve Johnson, OT – Mesabi State Junior College, Minn. Gary Weaver, OG – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Dennis Scandle, OG - Community College of Baltimore, Md. Jack Flamish, C – Arizona Western College Honorable Mention Offense Tom Waltower, Back – Willmar State Junior College, Minn. Karl Daukes, Back – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Morris McLeod, Back – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Eugene Teague, Back – Eastern Arizona College George Campbell, Back – Rochester State Junior College, Minn. Perry Smith, Back – Mesa College, Colo. Wayne Prescher, Back – Kilgore College, Texas George Patrick, Back – Hudson Valley Community College, N.Y. Bill Spencer, TE – Wilbur Wright College, Ill. Randy Martinson, TE – Mesabi State Junior College, Minn. Larry Michaels, OG – Morton Junior College, Ill. First Team Defense Richard Bishop, DE – Marshalltown Community College, Iowa Eddie Sheats, DE – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Daryll Checknita, DT – Arizona Western College J.C. Garrett, DT – Tyler Junior College, Texas Mitch Sutton, MG – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Billy J. Mantooth, LB – Ferrum Junior College, Va. David McNish, LB – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Jeff Juneac, LB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Jerry Marshall, LB – Blinn College, Texas Ozell Collier, DB – Arizona Western College Walter Fieseler, DB – Iowa Central Community College Second Team Defense John Mitchell, DE – Eastern Arizona College Willie Cullars, DE – Pratt Community College, Kan. Steve Mabry, DT – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Carl Witherspoon, DT – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Steve Kais, MG – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Jack Milligan, LB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Bill Yocum, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Paul Savage, LB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Willie Haws, LB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Ron Wilkey, DB – Cowley County Community College, Kan. Ron Neal, DB – Phoenix College, Ariz. Honorable Mention Defense Larry Thieke, DE – Rochester State Junior College, Minn. John Johnson, DE - Community College of Baltimore, Md. Denny Croom, DT – Chowan College, N.C.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1970 All-Americans (cont.) Jim Malkiewicz, DT – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Wes Thompson, DT – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Tom Cooper, DT – Iowa Lakes Community College Rusty Gill, LB – Gulf Coast Community College, Miss. John Balk, LB – North Dakota State College of Science Steve Colavito, LB – Wesley College, Del. Leonard Carey, LB – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Terry Stoughton, DB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Dennis Fitzgerald, DB – Centerville Community College, Iowa 1969 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Dean Carlson, QB – Rochester State Junior College, Minn. Charles Hinton, RB – Arizona Western College Nate McCall, RB – Mesa College, Colo. John Krugman, RB – Iowa Central Community College Jim Krieg, TE – Taft College, Calif. Mel Scheissow, TE – Worthington State Junior College, Minn. Don Cokely, OT – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jerry Bishop, OT – Tyler Junior College, Texas Marion Latimore, OG – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Arthur Morrison, OG – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Wayne Stinnette, C – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Second Team Offense Hal Chealander, QB – Taft College, Calif. Ulyssess Herbert, RB – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Robert Lee Williams, RB – Trinidad State College, Colo. Johnny White, RB – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Willie Franklin, TE – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Jon Harrison, TE – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Daniel Hyde, OT – Community College of Baltimore, Md. Gordon Zumback, OT – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Dan Bailey, OG – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Mike Kopp, OG – Centerville Community College, Iowa Dennis Gladwin, C – Rochester State Junior College, Minn. Honorable Mention Offense Johnny Buskirk, QB – Northeast Mississippi College Skip Thomas, RB – Arizona Western College Brian Chiles, RB – Wesley College, Del. Billy Lewis, RB – Rock Valley College, Ill. William Cox, RB – New Mexico Military Institute Phillip Hatch, RB – Eastern Arizona Junior College Johnny Fisher, RB – East Mississippi Junior College James Shaw, TE – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Randy Sanderson, TE – Ricks College, Idaho Donnie Clayton, TE – Northeast Mississippi College First Team Defense Willie Hall, DE – Arizona Western College Robert Backlund, DE – Waldorf College, Iowa Howard Jacobi, DT – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Raymond Mack, DT – Blinn College, Texas Ray Dowdy, MG – Tyler Junior College, Texas Rick Campbell, LB – Walla Walla Community College, Wash. P. Dan Yates, LB – New Mexico Military Institute Ken McLean, LB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Mark Driscoll, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Jim Hinton, HB – Ellsworth College, Iowa Ralph McGill, HB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Second Team Defense Carl Giugliano, DE – Nassau Community College, N.Y. Lawrence McGuire, DE – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Paul Deesing, DT – Dixie College, Utah Ken Phillips, DT – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Charles Zadnik, MG – Eastern Arizona Junior College Mike Sciba, LB – Wharton Junior College, Texas Bob Lee, LB – Iowa Central Community College Tom Turchetta, LB – Taft College, Calif. John Lee, LB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Henry Brandon, HB – Centerville Community College, Iowa Albin Nowak, HB – Willmar State Junior College, Minn. Honorable Mention Defense Karl Lorch, DE – Arizona Western College Ronnell Coleman, DT – Mesa College, Colo. Ken Jones, DT – Iowa Central Community College George Foster, MG – Ricks College, Idaho Gregg Finn, MG – McCook Junior College, Neb. Dick Rosener, MG – Rochester State Junior College, Minn. Tom Surlas, LB – Ellsworth College, Iowa Leland McGraw, LB – Garden City Community College, Kan. Kenneth Fonteno, HB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Bernard Chapman, HB – Eastern Arizona Junior College Roger Klander, S – Mesabi State Junior College, Minn. 1968 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Sterling Dusharm, QB – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Robert Thomas, RB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Jon Galloway, RB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Michael Palmer, RB – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Donald Brennan, TE – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Charles Muse, TE – Community College of Baltimore, Md. Henry Noe, OT – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Pat Murphy, OT – Kilgore Junior College, Texas William Martin, OG – Lees-McRae College, N.C.

William Mayoral, OG – Taft Junior College, Calif. John Leyva, C – Wright Junior College, Ill. Second Team Offense Willie Lenzy, QB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. Gary Hurdely, RB – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. James Edwards, RB – Mesa College, Colo. Josh Ashton, RB – Blinn College, Texas Leo Olsen, TE – Ricks College, Idaho James Krieg, TE – Taft Junior College, Calif. Bill Johanningmeier, OT – North Iowa Community College Milton Johnson, OT – Phoenix Junior College, Ariz. John Duffy, OG – Mesa College, Colo. Matt Rockwood, OG – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Joel Griffin, C – New Mexico Military Institute Honorable Mention Offense Glenn Woodruff, Back – Marion Military Institute, Ala. J. Dwight Burns, Back – New Mexico Military Institute Donald Gilmer, Back – Centerville Community College, Iowa Horace Green, Back – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Wayne Murray, Back – Community College of Baltimore, Md. Al Knox, Back – Navarro Junior College, Texas Chuck Kavanagh, Back – Willmar State Junior College, Minn. Moody Jackson, Back – Phoenix Junior College, Ariz. John Brown, Back – Fort Scott Community College, Kan. Willie Parker, OL – Wharton Junior College, Texas Joseph Horschel, OL – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Eddie Fusiek, OL – Henderson Junior College, Texas Robert Jackson, OL – Ranger Junior College, Texas Al Ghyszls, OL – Arizona Western College First Team Defense Joseph Sipiora, DE – Wright Junior College, Ill. Charles Weaver, DE – Arizona Western College Henry Reed, DT – Iowa Central Community College Renzo Perdoni, DT – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Ricky Gunnels, MG – Henderson Junior College, Texas James Sanson, LB – Phoenix Junior College, Ariz. Steve Hornung, LB – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Vincent LaRosa, LB – Taft Junior College, Calif. Darrell Dominick, LB – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Michael Reynolds, HB – Arizona Western College Richard Yeargle, HB – Iowa Central Community College Second Team Defense Tate Marsh, DE – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Dale Bauman, DE – Glendale Community College, Ariz. Robert Galbreath, DT – McCook Junior College, Neb. John Turner, DT – Centerville Community College, Iowa John Robinson, MG – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Raymond Fontenot, LB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Jerry Stainback, LB – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Lloyd Seymour, LB – Perkinston Junior College, Miss. Robert Young, LB – Blinn Junior College, Texas Leonard Dunlap, HB – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Robert Duch, HB – Wesley Junior College, Del. Honorable Mention Defense Jesse Sotomayor, DL – Phoenix Junior College, Ariz. Dave Petruncio, DL – Wesley Junior College, Del. George Porter, DL – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Michael Lariccia, DL – Thorton Junior College, Ill. Robert Pena, DL – Dean Junior College, Mass. Kim Stewart, HB – Perkinston Junior College, Miss. 1967 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Doug Mathews, QB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Robert Thomas, RB – Mesa Community College, Ariz. Linzy Cole, RB – Henderson Junior College, Texas Danny Houston, FB – New Mexico Military Institute Tom Elliott, TE – Estherville Junior College, Iowa Roy Meyers, TE - Navarro Junior College, Texas Waynes Rock, OT – Gardner-Webb College, N.C. Jim Brewster, OT – Cisco Junior College, Texas Bill Martin, OG – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Lee Groehler, OG – Worthington State Junior College, Minn. Stan Whitman, C – Ellsworth College, Iowa Honorable Mention Offense Terry McMillan, QB – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. Sam Scarber, RB – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. Wally Matthews, RB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Henry Hawthorne, RB – Eastern Arizona Junior College Mack Herron, RB – Hutchinson Community College, Kan. Art Ray, RB – Taft College, Calif. Bruce Huddleston, RB – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Mike Palmer, RB – Ellsworth College, Iowa Mike Brunson, RB – Mesa College, Colo. Kevin Gilmore, RB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Al Holmes, RB – Missouri Southern College, Miss. Ron Hill, TE – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. Sam Littles, TE – Cowley County Community College, Kan. Joe McDaniel, OT – Tyler Junior College, Texas First Team Defense Charles Weaver, DE – Arizona Western Junior College Thomas Anderson, DE – North Iowa Community College Edward Dooly, DT – Centerville Community College, Iowa Steve Booras, DT – Mesa College, Colo.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1967 All-Americans (cont.) Carter Campbell, MG – Treasure Valley Community College, Ore. Ronnie Lowe, LB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Roy Humphrey, LB – Garden City Junior College, Kan. Andy Durrent, LB – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Harold Fountain, HB – Missouri Southern Junior College, Miss. Dwight Cox, HB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. Lotice Cole, S – Blinn Junior College, Texas Honorable Mention Defense Robert Pena, DE – Dean Junior College, Mass. Ray Parson, DE – McCook Junior College, Neb. Joseph Sipiora, DE – Wright Junior College, Ill. Gary Tombiasson, DT – McCook Junior College, Neb. Peter Demasi, DT – Taft College, Calif. Ricky Gunnels, MG – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Jeffrey Bybee, LB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. Mike Akey, LB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Robert Miller, LB – Coffeyville Community College, Kan. Don Engler, LB – Phoenix Junior College, Ariz. Ronnie Herman, LB – Wharton County Junior College, Texas John Pell, HB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Dave Tomeo, HB – Arizona Western College Danny Copenhaver, S – Lees-McRae College, N.C. 1966 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Harold Peacock, QB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Ron Gardin, RB – Cameron Junior College, Okla. Doug Hollinger, RB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Lamont Johnson, FB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. Volley Murphy, TE – Cisco Junior College, Texas Larry Adams, TE – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. John Gregory, OT – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Jim Maham, OT – Boise Junior College, Idaho Bob Hampton, OG – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Bob Stankovich, OG – Pratt Junior College, Kan. Lou Santospago, C – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Second Team Offense Robert Pearce, QB – Cisco Junior College, Texas John Huntsman, RB – Ricks College, Idaho Frank Angone, RB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. John Tutino, FB – Taft College, Calif. Joe Sliker, TE – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Marv Johnson, TE – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Dan Miller, OT – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Jerry Matthews, OT – Chowan College, N.C. Antoine Treadway, OG – Murray State, Okla. David Mann, OG – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Fred Gonzales, C – Trinidad Junior College, Colo. Honorable Mention Offense Eugene Childs, QB – Pratt Junior College, Kan. Freddie Sommers, QB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Lawrence Brown, RB – Dodge City Junior College, Kan. Ron Rossello, RB – Lees-McRae, N.C. Bill Diets, RB – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Marcellous Johnson, RB – Pratt Junior College, Kan. Ronald De Julius, RB – Baltimore Junior College, Md. John Smith, RB – Eastern Arizona Junior College Michael Bixiones, RB – Montgomery Junior College, Md. Jim Paul, TE – Garden City Junior College, Kan. Bob Maham, TE – North Iowa Junior College Reinhold Berg, TE – North Iowa Junior College Roger Bennett, TE – Cowley County Community College, Kan. Roy Thompson, TE – Gardner-Webb College, N.C. Willie Crittendon, TE – Pratt Junior College, Kan. Stuart Mullis, TE – Eastern Oklahoma A&M College Steve Zabel, TE – New Mexico Military Institute Joe Scmeesing, OT – State School of Science, N.D. Joe McDaniels, OT – Tyler Junior College, Texas Frank D‟Antri, OG – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Bob Beers, OG – Columbia Basin College, Wash. Charles Chaplin, C – Eastern Oklahoma A&M College 1965 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Ken Brumley, QB – Fort Scott Junior College, Kan. Bill Smith, RB – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Roger Nitsch, RB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Jim Evenson, FB – Boise Junior College, Idaho Johnny Mata, TE – Blinn Junior College, Texas Eddie Rogers, TE – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Bob Newman, OT – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Rick Brewer, OT – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Clarence Barnett, OG – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. John Lamb, OG – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College John MacArthey, C – Arizona Western Junior College Second Team Offense James Jackson, QB – Wharton Junior College, Texas Lamont Jordan, RB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. Frank Sorrells, RB – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Ray Fratarcangelo, FB – Eastern Oklahoma A&M College Burt Wilde, TE Ricks Junior College, Idaho Robert Robinson, TE – Cowley County Community College, Kan. Doyle McGraw, OT – Garden City Junior College, Kan. Ron Virs, OT – McCook Junior College, Neb.

Sterling Webb, OG – Independence Community College, Kan. Jeff Smith, C – Taft College, Calif. Honorable Mention Offense Bob Coyer, QB – Morton Junior College, Ill. Glenn Ingram, RB – Kilgore College, Texas John Huntsman, RB – Ricks Junior College, Idaho Frank Angone, RB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. Charles Thorton, RB – Navarro Junior College, Texas Phil Tucket, RB – Dixie Junior College, Utah Victor William, RB – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Gerald Mathis, FB – Gardner-Webb Junior College, N.C. Joe Aluise, FB – Arizona Western College Mike Sizemore, TE – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Billy Wood, TE – Murray State College, Okla. Barney Roesner, TE – Boise Junior College, Idaho Cecil Ratcliff, TE – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Joe Seanlae, OT – Arizona Western College Steve Kemperman, OT – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Don Rowe, OT – Independence Community College, Kan. Rich Panozzo, OG – Thorton Junior College, Ill. Earl Lee, OG – Mesa College, Colo. Paul Hartsell, OG – Fort Scott Junior College, Kan. Mike LeGrand, OG – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Charles Miller, C – Cowley County Community College, Kan. 1964 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Larry Chinn, QB – Oklahoma Military Academy Andy Heck, RB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Max Carter, RB – Henderson County Junior College, Texas John Lawson, TE – Ellsworth College, Iowa Bob Wallace, TE – Phoenix College, Ariz. Cecil Cordell, OT – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Richard Haynes, OT – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Glen Gardner, OG – Dixie Junior College, Utah Paul Hartsel, OG – Fort Scott Junior College, Kan. Bill Smith, C – Boise Junior College, Idaho Second Team Offense Vidal Carlin, QB – Tyler Junior College, Texas Fred Cheek, RB – Cameron A&M College, Okla. Willie Fields, RB – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Robert Windsor, FB – Montgomery Junior College, Md. Walter Kowalczyk, TE – Thornton Junior College, Ill. Flo Gongalez, TE – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Larry Cox, OT – Oklahoma Military Academy Gil Lilienthal, OT – Phoenix College, Ariz. James Mackey, OG – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Robert Sondergaard, OG – Worthington Junior College, Minn. Sterling Mansfield, C – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Honorable Mention Offense James Attaway, QB – Scottsbluff College, Neb. Freddy Waltom, QB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Len Davia, RB – Wilson Junior College, Ill. Jim Hall, RB – Phoenix College, Ariz. Gerald Morgan, RB – Ricks Junior College, Idaho Jerry O‟Donnell, RB – Mason Junior College, Iowa Willie Cherry, FB – Navarro Junior College, Texas John Sanger, FB – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. Ron McCall, TE – Dixie Junior College, Utah Tom Musser, TE – Montgomery Junior College, Md. John Klomparen‟s, TE – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Steve Russell, TE – Arkansas City Junior College, Kan. Rick Dudley, OT – Chowan College, N.C. David Glumack, OT – Virginia Junior College, Minn. Dan Hodges, OT – Ferrum College, Va. Bob Jesseau, OT – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Ernie Ames, OG – Marion Military Institute, Ala. Bruce Anton, OG – Dean Junior College, Mass. Howard Hoover, OG – McCook Junior College, Neb. Curtis Jones, OG – Joplin Junior College, Mo. Eddie Rogers, C – Kilgore Junior College, Texas Lester Taylor, C – New Mexico Military Institute 1963 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Jerry Reagan, QB – Garden City Junior College, Kan. Donnie Mathews, RB – Chowan College, N.C. James Jones, RB – Phoenix College, Ariz. Bob Wilcinski, FB – Ellsworth College, Iowa Mike Heston, TE – Mason City Junior College, Iowa Lane Hurley, TE – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Ken Opple, OT – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Bob Prince, OT – Chowan College, N.C. Gary Jamison, OG – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Vernon Voss, OG – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Nelson Salemi, C – Hutchinson Junior College, Kan. Second Team Offense Don Neves, QB – Boise Junior College, Idaho Corvell Champian, RB – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. James Nixon, RB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Frank Fencl, FB – Thornton Junior College, Ill. Jerry Murphy, TE – McCook College, Neb. Clarence Lee, TE – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. Rick Gilkison, OT – Highland Junior College, Kan. Dick Leach, OT – Hutchinson Junior College, Kan.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1963 All-Americans (cont.) Dick Leach, OT – Hutchinson Junior College, Kan. Brent Bradbury, OG – Snow College, Utah Paul Ott, OG – Arkansas City Junior College, Kan. Jim Growden, C – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Honorable Mention Offense Chuck Samson, QB – Wright Junior College, Ill. David Whaley, QB – Chowan College, N.C. Bernard Blanchard, RB – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Jack Furr, RB – Gardner-Webb Junior College, N.C. Jim Schroggens, RB – Marion Institute, Ala. Raymond Walsh, RB – Mason City Junior College, Iowa Burl Wood, RB – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. James Jones, FB – Arkansas City Junior College, Kan. Herb Nimmo, FB – Centerville Junior College, Iowa Rich Uressti, FB – Boise Junior College, Idaho Tom Wood, TE – Hutchinson Junior College, Kan. Marly Clifton, OT – Mason City Junior College, Iowa Jim Murra, C – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa 1962 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Tom Urerig, QB – Waldorf Junior College, Iowa Tom Ripmaster, RB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Norm Burkett, RB – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Bill Burt, FB – Kilgore Junior College, Texas John Hellard, LE – Pueblo Junior College, Colo. Lee Langley, RE – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Tom Adams, OT – Cameron State College, Okla. Arnold Pevrone, OT – McCook Junior College, Neb. Primas Jones, OG – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Harry Tuthill, OG – New Mexico Military Institute Horace Johnson, C – Tyler Junior College, Texas Second Team Offense Ken Blair, QB – Mesa Junior College, Colo. Tom Bell, RB – Cameron State College, Okla. Jim Russo, RB – Thornton Junior College, Ill. Ken Pellegrini, FB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Don Patterson, LE – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Pete Emelianclik, RE – Dodge City Junior College, Kan. R.C., OT – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Allen Gregory, OT – Independence Junior College, Kan. Fred Holvoyd, OG – Arkansas City Junior College, Kan. Gene Skraba, OG – Hibbing Junior College, Minn. Alfred Rivers, C – Marion Institute, Ala. Honorable Mention Offense Barry Johncoav, QB – Parsons Junior College, Kan. Ken Walters, RB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Clayton Chriswell, RB – Gardner-Webb Junior College, N.C. Mills Sullivan, RB – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Jerry Dunbar, RB – Mason City Junior College, Iowa James Jones, FB – Arkansas City Junior College, Kan. Milton Banks, FB – Pueblo Junior College, Colo. Bill Smith, FB – Boise Junior College, Idaho Alenzo Edwards, End – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. Bob Ryan, End – Chowan Junior College, N.C. Lane Hurley, End – Lees-McRae Junior College, N.C. John Nunley, End – Arkansas City Junior College, Kan. Harold Pierce, End – Waldorf Junior College, Iowa Jerry Inman, OT – Boise Junior College, Idaho Preston Ellington, OT – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Gerald Gilder, OT – Mesa Junior College, Colo. Gary Wiggins, OT – Ellsworth Junior College, Iowa Harold Neis, OT – Norfolk Junior College, Neb. Walter Little, OG – New Mexico Military Institute Ed Head, OG – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Rich Wilbur, OG – Garden City Junior College, Kan. Robert Cortese, C – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. 1961 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Don Hartman, QB – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Ken Sanford, RB – Gardner-Webb Junior College, N.C. Billy Burt, RB – Kilgore College, Texas Dennis Benedict, FB – McCook College, Neb. David Wilcox, End – Boise Junior College, Idaho James McKinstry, End – New York State Agricultural & Technical Institute Larry Duty, OT – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Joe Zahorsky, OT – Pratt Junior College, Kan. Steve Indahl, OG – Virginia Junior College, Minn. Gene Hardman, OG – New Mexico Military Institute Austin Hitt, C – Marion Institute, Ala. Second Team Offense Allen Troy, QB – Otero Junior College, Colo. Ken Rader, RB – Eastern Oklahoma A&M College Ralph DeLucia, RB – Dean Junior College, Mass. Chuck Jones, FB – Garden City College, Kan. Jimmie Williams, End – Dodge City College, Kan. Jim Jones, End – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Larry Lenning, OT – Waldorf College, Iowa Milton Kanche, OT – Boise Junior College, Idaho Larry Harwood, OG – Tyler Junior College, Texas George Benge, OG – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Mickey Yasko, C – Pratt Junior College, Kan.

Honorable Mention Offense Bill Sturdevant, QB – Wahpeton, N.D. Ralph Hamby, QB – Dodge City College, Kan. Mike Cooper, QB – Wharton, Texas Frank Kaaa, RB – Boise Junior College, Idaho Kenny Wilbourne, RB – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Robert McGabe, RB – Norfolk, Neb. Eric Church, RB – Snow College, Utah Bill Downing, RB – Coffeyville, Kan. Paul Connelly, RB – Northeastern Colorado College Larry Honeycutt, RB – Mars-Hill, N.C. Ron Phillips, FB – Joplin, Mo. Bobby Nunnery, FB – Wingate, N.C. Steve Howell, FB – Cisco, Texas Ron Veihl, End – Northeastern Colorado College Richard Keckler, End – L.I A. & T.I., Okla. Cliff Rasch, End – Bibbing, Minn. James Fausk, End – Waldorf, Iowa Jimmy Coffman, End – Wharton, Texas Bob Johnson, End – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Martin Forbes, OT – Chowan, N.C. Tom Williams, OT – Compton, Calif. Ron Trussle, OT – Weber, Utah Bob Gay, OT – Arkansas City, Kan. Roman Roos, OG – Worthington, Minn. Joe Dilworth, OG – Ricks, Idaho Richard Meyers, OG – Northeastern Colorado College Jerry Ives, OG – Navarro, Texas Orville Schneider, C – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Stan Graff, C – McCook College, Neb. Ronald Poe, C – Paris, Texas Leon Auston, C – Cerritos, Calif. 1960 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Offense Byron Beaver, QB – Cameron State Agricultural College, Okla. Fred Challa, QB – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. John Gacek, RB – Garden City Junior College, Kan. Gene Jeffre, RB – San Angelo Junior College, Texas Terry Postell, RB – Lees-McRae College, N.C. Charlie Walker, RB – Marion Institute, Ala. Raymond Gibson, FB – Wesley College, Del. Dick Martillo, FB – Coffeyville Junior College, Kan. Jim Bednar, End – Thornton Junior College, Ill. Tony Brocato, End – Cameron State Agricultural College, Okla. Don Pitman, End – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Dave Wilcox, End – Boise Junior College, Idaho Don Chon, OT – Grand Rapids Junior College, Mich. Dave Costa, OT – Northeastern Junior College, Colo. Owen Dejanovich, OT – Thornton Junior College, Ill. Joe Knigh, OT – Henderson County Junior College, Texas Gayle Laudenslager, OG – Boise Junior College, Idaho Russell Nunn, OG – Fairbury Junior College, Neb. John Prence, OG – Dean Junior College, Mass. Larry Tubaugh, OG – Pueblo Junior College, Colo. Mike Cope, C – Tyler Junior College, Texas Tom Gardner, C – Parsons Junior College, Kan. Second Team Offense Gene Hart, QB – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Roger Stanbeck, QB – New Mexico Military Institute Frank Brewer, RB – Tyler Junior College, Texas George Clark, RB – Wesley College, Del. Robert Herron, RB – Otero Junior College, Colo. Joe Searles, RB – Pratt Junior College, Kan. Roger Whitley, FB – Ferrum Junior College, Va. Charles Williamson, FB – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Bob Boyd, End – Victoria College, Texas Al Briggs, End – Dodge City Junior College, Kan. Edwin Meadows, End – Fort Lewis A&M, Colo. Richard Winder, End – Mesa College, Colo. Don Davis, OT – Paris Junior College, Texas Russell Hatch, OT – Baltimore Junior College, Md. J.B. Love, OT – Joplin Junior College, Mo. Henry Robeledo, OT – Stockton College, Calif. Coley Brannock, OG – Gardner-Webb College, N.C. Jerry Carothers, OG – McCook College, Neb. Al Chew, OG – Murray State Agricultural College, Okla. Richard McCreary, OG – Conners State Agricultural College, Okla. Tom Blackmore, C – Virginia Junior College, Minn. Ron Smith, C – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Honorable Mention Offense Barry Corkner, QB – Trinidad State Junior College, Colo. Charles Ciger, QB – Potomac State College, W.Va. Bart Pettics, QB – Thornton Junior College, Ill. Marvin Teel, QB – McCook Junior College, Neb. Fred Watts, QB – Garden City Junior College, Kan. Herb Bradford, RB – Stockton College, Calif. Pete Mobs, RB – Texarkana College, Texas Jimmy Whitton, RB – Wharton County Junior College, Texas Bruce Ziegler, RB – Dean Junior College, Mass. John Dinoffri, FB – Joliet Junior College, Ill. Ted Nelson, FB – Waldorf College, Iowa Marvin Donnell, End – Tarleton State College, Tenn. James McKimstry, End – Long Island Agricultural & Technology Institute, N.Y.

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All-Time NJCAA Football All-Americans 1960 All-Americans (cont.) John Ostrowski, OT – Baltimore Junior College, Md. Jim Sellers, OT – Cameron State Agricultural College, Okla. Richard Ferris, OG – Tyler Junior College, Texas Oscar Lenning, OG – Waldorf College, Iowa Mike McGrew, OG – San Angelo Junior College, Texas Curtis Mitchell, OG – Coffeyville College, Kan. Ronnie Ellis, C – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Tony Lumenti, C – Dean Junior College, Mass. 1959 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Fred Challa, Back – Grand Rapids, Mich. Rennie Crittenden, Back – Phoenix, Ariz. Don Haller, Back – Mesa, Colo. Dean Hendryx, Back – Northeastern, Okla. Bobby Jancik, Back – Wharton, Texas Harold Mayo, Back – Kilgore, Texas Bobby Morgan, Back – Independence, Kan. Tony Pontillo, Back – Garden City, Kan. Robert Barnett, End – Tarleton State, Texas James Craig, End – Montgomery, Md. Danny Ritz, End – Cameron, Okla. Steve Vaughn, End – Phoenix, Ariz. Owen Dejanovich, OT – Thornton, Ill. Frank Elliot, OT – Fairbury, Neb. Earl Johnson, OT – Connors, Okla. David Russell, OT – Northeastern, Okla. Domenic Baldino, OG –Dodge City, Kan. Lynn Foxley, OG – Weber, Utah Harold Grey, OG – Cerritos, Calif. Robert Yaggie, OG – North Dakota School of Science Robert Gear, C – Mesa, Colo. Mack Boykin, C – Texarkana, Texas Alternates Richard Griffin, Back – Marion Institute, Ala. Kirby Groves, Back – San Angelo, Texas James Hargett, Back – Texarkana, Texas Ron Johnstad, Back – Waldorf, Iowa William Loehr, Back – McCook, Neb. Jerry Mahoney, Back – Boise, Idaho Dallas Moon, Back – Cerritos, Calif. Douglas Thomas, Back – Montgomery, Md. Dave Annis, End – Grand Rapids, Mich. Jerry Soulek, End – Trinidad, Colo. Red Wilkins, End – Marion Institute, Ala. Larry Curtis, OT – Compton, Calif. Jack Moss, OT – Arkansas City, Kan. John Pierson, OT – Cameron, Okla. Al Schmidt, OT – Wright, Ill. Larry Dalbey, OG – Scottsbluff, Neb. Leonard Rasmussen, OG – Mesa, Colo. Roger Sawyers, OG – New Mexico Military Institute John Tiger, OG – Northeastern Oklahoma James Cash, C – Joplin, Mo. James Walsh, C – Worthington, Minn. 1958 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Bob Bagwell, Back – Cerritos, Calif. Don Crone, Back – Texarkana, Texas Leon Fuller, Back – Tyler, Texas Gus Glasscock, Back – Northeastern Oklahoma Herb Halliwell, Back – Boise, Idaho Joe Hernandez, Back – New Mexico Military Institute James Williams, Back – San Angelo, Texas Joe Womack, Back – Los Angeles City College, Calif. Harold Lackey, End – Connors State, Okla. Wayne Leonard, End – Holmes, Miss. Larry May, End – Grand Rapids, Mich. Ron Dianorski, OT – Otero, Colo. Ted Ganaka, OT – Thornton, Ill. Patrick Kroll, OT – Virginia, Minn. Pet Lennon, OT – Mason City, Iowa Jerry Allen, OG – Arlington State, Texas Harry Kealoha, OG – Boise, Idaho Donald Pitcock, OG – Tyler, Texas Tom Davis, C – Grand Rapids, Mich. David Weiting, C – Kilgore, Texas Alternates Bill Brown, Back – Cameron State, Okla. Tom Cargill, Back – Grand Rapids, Mich. Robert Eckenrode, Back – Northwest Community College of Wyoming Ron Graves, Back – Fairbury, Neb. Michael Vanyo, Back – North Dakota School of Science Bill Wade, Back – Fort Lewis A&M Phil Baker, End – Northeastern Oklahoma Gordon Bell, End – Pueblo, Colo. Oliver Manual, End – Coffeyville, Kan. Don Williams, End – Wilson, Ill. Jerry Bristo, OT – Cameron State, Okla. Larry Federico, OT – Mesa, Colo. Dan Sullivant, OT – Connors State, Okla. Ken Willis, OT – New Mexico Military Institute Joe Garibaldi, OG – Joliet, Ill.

Dan Sullivant, OT – Connors State, Okla. Ken Willis, OT – New Mexico Military Institute Joe Garibaldi, OG – Joliet, Ill. Dick Groskope, OG – Scottsbluff, Neb. Lawrence Hutson, OG – San Angelo, Texas Roger Sawyer, OG – New Mexico Military Institute Perry Beavers, C – Murray State, Okla. Bill White, C – Thornton, Ill. 1957 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Ray Adermann, Back – Cerritos, Calif. Bo Bankston, Back – Cameron, Okla. Robert Coeling, Back – Grand Rapids, Mich. Merle Gunn, Back – Joplin, Mo. Herbert Halliwell, Back – Boise, Idaho J.B. Littlejohn, Back – Dodge City, Kan. Jon Schnable, Back – Arlington, Texas Bobby Smith, Back – Compton, Calif. Don Bishop, End – Los Angeles, Calif. Bert Donahoo, End – Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Bob Lane, End – Cerritos, Calif. Justine Rowland, End – Arlington, Texas Roger Creel, OT – Worthington, Minn. John Kamakana, OT – Compton, Calif. Rodney Parr, OT – Tyler, Texas John Wilcox, OT – Boise, Idaho Jim Gordon, OG – Wingate, N.C. Bruce Rasmussen, OG – Mesa, Colo. Phil Santia, OG – Texarkana, Texas Wayne Sims, OG – Holmes, Miss. Rex Staes, C – Texarkana, Texas Jerry Williamson, C – Cameron, Okla. Alternates Bobby Fowler, Back – University of Tennessee Juco Branch Phil Johnson, Back – North Park, Ill. Joe Martines, Back – Pueblo, Colo. Alvin Myer, Back – Baltimore, Md. Joe Mussario, Back – Joliet, Ill. Lloyd Scarrow, Back – Fairbury, Neb. Charles Schlemmer, Back – San Angelo, Texas Harold Sterling, Back – Montgomery, Md. Alfred Bentley, End – Southern Union, Ala. Jim Koetter, End – McCook, Neb. J.C. Leimbach, End – Highland, Kan. Clyde Noonkester, End – Tarleton, Texas Vinston Birdin, OT – Trinidad, Colo. Clifford Hass, OT – Norfolk, Neb. Al Kober, OT – Dodge City, Kan. Bob Rose, OT – Ferrum, Va. Tom Basile, OG – Oakland, Calif. Edward Grodus, OG – Grand Rapids, Mich. Jim M. Reed, OG – Mt. San Antonio, Calif. Dallas Shaffer, OG – Fairbury, Neb. Tommy Inman, C – San Angelo, Texas Tom Russo, C – Otero, Colo. 1956 NJCAA Football All-Americans First Team Earl Cato, Back – Compton, Calif. Robert Coeling, Back – Grand Rapids, Mich. Don Feller, Back – El Dorado, Kan. Calvin Lee, Back – Arlington, Texas Carol Slayton, Back – Coffeyville, Kan. Theron Thetford, Back – Tharleton, Texas Elmer Trail, Back – McCo