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WELCOME RAIDER FANS

TO THE 2020 FOOTBALL SEASON>>> RAIDER NATION, On behalf of the entire esteemed AHS faculty and staff, we welcome you to the 2020-2021 football season! This year more than ever, we are grateful for the opportunity to host Friday Night Lights in Raider Stadium with our football players, cheerleaders, band students and broadcast video students coming together to continue a tradition of competition, community and camaraderie. Over the last five months, we all have gained a deeper understanding of just how important athletics and extra-curricular activities are for our students, school and community. Join me in cherishing every moment of tonight’s game. I am excited to welcome Coach Jason Kervin and his quality coaching staff to our community as we embark on this journey in our new region. This season has already been one filled with needs for flexibility, and our coaches have led our players through this uncertainty with excellence. I am confident that no matter what the season brings, our students will come through having learned many valuable lessons about teamwork, overcoming challenges, remaining flexible and maintaining perseverance. I am proud of our students for their tenacity and so grateful for our coaches and directors for their leadership.

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Our student athletes have invested a tremendous amount of time, energy and effort in order to be ready to begin the 2020 season, and I know they will continue to work hard both on the field and in the classroom. I wish each student athlete the very best this season achieving both personal and team goals! Thank you to all our players, coaches, parents, faculty member sand community members that have helped make our football program world class. A very big thank you to the Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau for over a decade of support and partnership. Thanks to Gameday Media for designing our media guide. Thank you also to all of our amazing sponsors for your continued support of our football program. Your investment in these young men and the sport they love is greatly appreciated. Lastly, thank you for being at the game tonight and throughout the season (even if virtually). We value teamwork and good sportsmanship in Raider Nation, so please help us model those expectations, including respecting the efforts of our game officials. Enjoy the experience of Friday Night Lights, even though it may be quite unique this season. Thank you for your continued support.

GO RAIDERS!! With Raider Pride,

Shannon N. Kersey, Ph.D. PRINCIPAL - ALPHARETTA HIGH SCHOOL

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HEAD COACH >>A MESSAGE FROM THE FOOTBALL

HELLO AND WELCOME RAIDER NATION! It is a great honor and privilege to have the opportunity to serve and lead the Alpharetta High School football program. I am excited for this opportunity because I believe that this football program, this school, and the Alpharetta Community have so much potential. I invite you to join us in this challenge of taking our program to the top of Georgia HS football with the true character of Alpharetta; with pride, dedication, commitment and selflessness. My goal is for our football program to be a direct reflection of all of the success that occurs in our school and community on a daily basis. I’m confident that we can create a program of significance with help from our coaches, our players, their families and our community. Our coaches have high expectations, high standards, critical experience and a deep knowledge of the game. Our players are hungry to succeed and eager to leave their legacy in Alpharetta football history. To all of the parents and our support staff, thank you for making a commitment to our kids and our program. We know it takes so many people investing their time and resources in order to run a top football program. So, we thank you for your help in allowing us to pursue greatness. One of our goals is to create the “1RA1DER” mentality. This means that we all are unified, chasing to become #1, the best at what we do. We want to give our players the tools they need to be the best versions of themselves. We will strive to be the best students, players, teammates: people. In hopes that one day, they will become the best husbands and fathers!


Thank you to the businesses that have kindly contributed to this program. I encourage you all to show your appreciation of their support to our program by visiting them. Our team motto this season is RIDEOUT. This stands for Relentlessness In Doing Everything Opens Unthinkable Treasures. So thank you for supporting our players and students! Through our victories, we hope that this place, Alpharetta High School, will once again be the most exciting place to be on Friday nights! GO RAIDERS!

Jason Kervin Varsity Head Coach


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Jason Kervin >> VARSITY HEAD COACH/QB I will begin my 16th year of coaching and 1st year as Alpharetta High School’s Head Coach. I graduated high school from Shelby Academy in 1999. I was proud to play QB on my father, DeWayne Kervin’s, first ever State Championship team in 1998. I was born and raised on the fields and the halls of Shelby Academy. Upon graduating, I signed a baseball scholarship and played baseball at Jefferson State CC for 2 years. I continued and finished my playing career at the U. of Montevallo. I began my coaching career at Shelby Academy. I had the pleasure of coaching my brother to a State Runner-Up and a Semi Final appearance in back to back years. From there, I got the WR job at Calera HS. My second year, I was promoted to OC. We took that team to the Semi-Finals, which is still the deepest playoff run in school history. After 2 years at Calera, I became the RB coach at Hoover HS. During my 12 years at Hoover, 5 as OC, we were part of 6 State Championships, 3 Runner-Ups, 2 Semi-finals and 1 National Championship. I’m proud to say that during my 12 years coaching running backs at Hoover that we helped 16 sign scholarships and play at the next level. I also coached 4 Under-Armour All Americans. I also had the honor and privilege of coaching in the Alabama/ Mississippi All Star Game. I am supported by my wife of 12 years, Kristin. Together we have 4 beautiful children Parker (9), Claire (8), Kylie (4) Cooper (2). We are proud citizens of Alpharetta and are thankful to be a part of this special community. Go Raiders!

Miles Holcomb >> AHC/OC/WR I am entering my 11th year in coaching. A 2005 graduate of Crossville High School (AL), and a 2010 graduate of Shorter University where I was a member of the football team. After college, I returned back to Crossville where I served as the WR Coach for 3 years. I served as the OC at North Jackson and Haleyville before returning to be the Head Coach at Crossville for 2 years. I am coming to Alpharetta after serving as the QB and WR Coach at Hoover High School. I am the proud husband of Kayla Holcomb and father of Kanon Holcomb (7).

John Thompson

>> DC/LB

Thompson’s 39-year coaching career includes 6 years as a high school Defensive Coordinator with 3 state championships: Thirty-three years in college and 31 as a Division 1 Defensive Coordinator, including SEC stops at LSU, Arkansas, Florida, South Carolina, & Ole Miss. Thompson has worked for a hall of fame list of coaches including, Frank Broyles, Lou Holtz, Bill Curry, Jeff Bower, Nick Saban, Houston Nutt, Ron Zook, Steve Spurrier, Ed Orgeon, & Gus Malzahn. Thompson was the Head Football Coach at East Carolina University and The Director of Athletics at The University of Central Arkansas. Thompson has coached 60+ NFL players, led the Nation in scoring, take-a-ways & sacks, led the SEC in rushing and pass defense, 10 NCAA Bowl Games, Conference Championships, and 3 High School State Championships. Thompson has been married to his wife Charleen for 26 years. She owns & operates The Clothes Horse, a classic, casual men’s apparel shop in downtown Alpharetta. The couple has two sons. The oldest, Cabe , 24, is an actor based in San Francisco. Hays, 22 is a graduate of Alpharetta High School and is a musician in the band Crocodyle based in Nashville.


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Devon Earl

>> SPECIAL TEAMS COORD/SAFETIES

From Hoover, Alabama, Devon is bringing Alpharetta winning experience on both the high school and college level. While playing safety at Hoover High School from 2009-2012, Earl tallied 20 interceptions, over 150 tackles and 5 forced fumbles, playing in three straight state championships, winning the Alabama 6A state title in 2012, as captain of a 15-0 team. That same year he was selected to play in the Alabama vs Mississippi All star game, honoring the top senior football players in the state. Devon also was starting point guard for the schools basketball team leading them to the schools very first final four appearance in 2011. After high school, Earl signed a scholarship to play football and study Therapeutic recreation at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, AL. In his time with South Alabama Jaguars, Devon collected 3 interceptions, over 125 tackles, 7 forced fumbles, 5 recovered fumbles and 4 defensive touchdowns in his four year career at South, graduating as a captain of the team. Devon, is 25 years old, coming from Hoover where his mother and father Kim and Narie Earl, and his older sister Kimbria reside.

Gannon Hampton

>> S&C/OL

Coach Hampton is the strength coach and offensive line coach. He has a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist through National Strength and Conditioning Association. Coach Hampton was 1st team all state as an offensive guard and played center at Carson-Newman University.

Coleman Rudolph >> DL Coleman Rudolph is in his 6th year of coaching Defensive Line at the High School level. He spent 5 years with Blessed Trinity where they played for 3 State Championships and won 2 State Championships. They had a combined record of 65-6-1. As a player, he spent 4 years in the NFL with the Jets and Giants. He played collegiately at Georgia Tech where he was a 2 time All ACC Defensive Lineman and an All-American his senior year. While at Tech, Coleman set the all-time sack record (28.5) and tackles for loss (52). He was a starter on the 1990 Georgia Tech National Championship team and is a member of the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame as well as the Valdosta High School Hall of Fame. He also won a National Championship at Valdosta High in 1986. He is married to Shannon Rudolph and has 3 children (Harris, Jake and Ella Grace) and one grandson (Beau). Coleman is a Senior Vice President at Morgan Stanley in Atlanta.

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Bill Weaver

>> TE/FB

Bill Weaver is entering his 12th year of coaching and his first year with Alpharetta as the Tight End and Fullback coach. Coach Weaver is the former President and Athletic Director of the North Atlanta Football League. As a player in high school, Bill was a Georgia All-State receiver and went on to be a four-year letterman at Georgia Tech and member of the 1990 National Championship team under Coach Bobby Ross. Bill is the son of NFL veteran Herman “Thunderfoot” Weaver, who had an 11-year career with the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks. Coach Weaver and his wife Shay live in Alpharetta.

Shelby Smith >> SPECIAL TEAMS COORD/SAFETIES Shelby has served for 30 years with Fulton County Schools. This is his 16th year at Alpharetta HS. During his tenure he has coached on both sides of the ball. Shelby is a former Assistant Football and Baseball coach at Centennial HS and Chattahoochee HS. He graduated from Georgia College with BS in Health and Physical Education. Shelby’s has an 18 year old daughter named Laurel.

Robert Bennett >> S&C/OL Robert Bennett, 51 years old, CSA (campus security associate) @ Alpharetta High School. Coaches football (OL/DL). Graduated from Columbia High School, attended Miles College. Robert has 1 daughter, Annatia Bennett (12).

Rashad Guyton >> DEFENSIVE BACKS Rashad Guyton, from Madison County, FL fresh into his coaching career played Defensive Back at Florida A&M University where he Graduated with a Degree in Business Administration in 2016. After being away from the game for about four years, he accepted an assistant coaching position with West Orange High School in Orlando, FL earlier this year but later decided that Georgia would be home and the best place for his family. As a 5’8 170 lb Strong Safety playing at the Division 1 Level it always took perseverance, hard work and determination to create opportunity. Understanding that football is more than a game but teacher of life that teaches you how to battle through any hardship, which he plans to help instill into the Raiders of Alpharetta High School.

Tom Wujicek >> QB/JV OC Tom Wujcik is entering his fourth year with the Alpharetta Raiders where he coached on the offensive side of the ball. Tom is from Montgomery, Al. and attended Montgomery Catholic where he lettered in four varsity sports: Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track. In high school, he was the starting quarterback for three years and excelled at playing varsity basketball for four years and broke school records in track for the 100m, 200m, and 400m. After high school, he played football at West Alabama.


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Sean Fray >> DL/DEFENSIVE FEEDER LIAISON I graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Arizona (93). I had the privilege to play at the University of Arizona from 1990-93, I played outside linebacker and defensive end. I am happily married to my beautiful wife Terri Dorsey. I am a proud father of my three children Jordan (26), Alexandria (18), Cayden (9). I started my coaching career at Sahuaro High School in Tucson Arizona (93-94) I coached linebackers and defensive ends. I coached Sandy Springs Saints in 2005 6th grade. In 2006 is when I got involved with the Alpharetta Jr. Raiders program which I'm happy to say I'm still doing it today. I'm also on the board directors for the NAFL (North Atlanta Football League) which is the youth program for Alpharetta Georgia. I coach because this game gave so much to me, so I want to pay it forward to invest in young men's lives.

Answa “AJ” Merine

>> CORNERS

Coach Answa “AJ” Merine is Alpharetta’s Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coordinator. He was born and raised in Hahira, GA. Growing up, he attended both Spencer High School in GA and Killeen-Ellison High School in TX playing wide receiver during his high school years. Coach Merine attended and played football for Valdosta State University. He began his coaching career in 2007 coaching receivers for Westlake High School here in Georgia. He also served as Westlake’s RecruitingCoordinator and was their Varsity Wrestling Coach for 3 years. He joined the Alpharetta Football staff in 2010 and coached the receivers until 2017. He also coached at Alcovy High School in 2019 as the passing game coordinator. Coach Merine is the head coach for our Alpharetta Track and Fields team. Coach Merine is the middle child of 3 boys and grew up in a military family. He has a son, Zion, who is 17 years old.

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1 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Kevin Howard Cameron Foster Whitman Sperry Chapel Young Thomas Kurcikevicius Jackson Chappell Jaden Slocum Tylan Johnson Matteo Carriere Tyjai Hopper Trent Martin Nathan Cole Dylan Merrell Brandon Moss Ben Guthrie Logan Rosenbluth Cooper Mendlinger Jenness John CJ McFerren Walker Berryman Braydon Kersey Caleb Moran Suarev Karekar Jackson Berryman Landon Winterbottom Delano Reed Nick Haven William Reed Colin Skeoch Ibibra Aku Tre Anderson Jack Oyola Jake Gil Kobie Brown Kenyon Pipes Adam Walker Jack Fiorillo Vito Perri Fardin Alam Deangleo Reed Trent McWhorter Jude Moore Zahvier Pompey Ethan Regaterio

Sr Sr Jr Fr Jr Fr Sr Jr Jr Fr Jr Sr Sr So So Sr Jr Sr Sr Jr Fr So Jr Fr So Jr Sr So Jr Fr Sr Jr So Jr Jr Jr Jr Jr So Jr Fr Sr So So

5'10 5'7 5'8 5'5 5'10 5'6 6'1 5'7 6'0 5'9 5'10 6'2 6'2 5'10 5'9 5'8 5'7 5'11 6'2 6'3 5'4 6'3 5'8 6'2 6'2 6'0 5'10 5'9 6'0 5'8 5'9 6'0 5'7 5'11 5'5 6'0 6'0 6'0 5'9 6'0 5'9 5'11 5'7 6'0

158 140 147 100 180 136 188 213 157 133 157 270 175 160 156 176 175 187 158 183 140 197 148 145 178 180 169 141 160 137 173 171 146 176 135 166 176 210 173 188 175 178 177 130

WR/DB WR/CB QB/WR/CB WR/DB S QB WR/FS RB WR QB WR DL RB/CB /DB QB LB WR/DB FB/DL/LB DB QB K TE/LB QB QB QB WR/DB WR/LB LB WR/DE RB/TE LB SS/CB RB WR/DB DB WR/DB LB LB/DE MLB WR/DB DL/LB LB RB/DL K


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MJ Deshazier Dante Dade Benjamin Henry David Ben-Yisreal Patrick Dolan Landon Linn Jack Bernstein Elijah McMillon Jonah McCutcheon Zachary Angel Fernando Xi Tre' Cole Carter Birdwell Ryan Fletcher Ayk Dedeoglu Michael Ogundepo Nhoj Young Dylan Hannon Vernon Ogundepo

Fr So So Jr Fr Sr Jr Fr Sr Fr Sr So Fr Fr Fr So Fr Jr Sr

5'5 5'8 5"11 5"10 5'11 6'2 5'11 5'6 5'8 5'6 5'9 6'0 5'5 5'9 5'7 5'9 5'9 6'0 5'10

121 131 177 172 135 175 213 158 183 158 194 231 134 181 168 260 183 240 317

RB/DM DB DB DB TE/LB RB LS/FB LB LB OL DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL


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HEIGHT

WEIGHT

POSITION

63 64 70 72 73 75 77 79 81 81 82 83 84 85 88 89

David Oxman Matthew Peterson Parker Peterson Channing Allen Daniel Gosk Chase Spinney Jevan Parara Tramell Jackson Matthew Ashe Carter Few Garrett Young Jakob Cowart Sean McIntire Julian Blandino Alexander Lidback Marctavious Williams

Sr So So Jr Jr So Sr So Sr Fr So So Fr Fr Sr Fr

6'4 5'3 6'5 6'1 6'2 6'1 6'3 5'9 5'8 5'9 6'0 5'8 5'8 5'11 6'2 5'5

281 221 201 230 258 259 251 315 153 157 184 160 165 168 215 155

OL OL OL/DL OL OL/DL OL OL/DL OL WR/K WR/TE WR WR WR TE/DE TE/DL RB


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Kevin Howard 5'10 158 WR/DB

Nathan Cole

SR 6'2 270 DL

2

Cameron Foster

SR 5'7 140 WR/CB

9

Dylan Merrell

SR 6'2 175 RB/CB

5

Jaden Slocum

SR 6'1 188 WR/FS

10 Logan Rosenbluth SR 5'8 176 LB


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12 Jenness John SR

5'11 187 FB/DL/LB

24 Tre Anderson

SR 5'9 173 LB

13 CJ McFerren

SR 6'2 158 DB

35 Jude Moore SR

5'11 178 LB

21 Nick Haven SR

5'10 169 WR/LB

44 Landon Linn

SR 6'2 175 RB


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49 Jonah McCutcheon SR 5'8 183 LB

63 David Oxman

77 Jevan Parara

SR 6'2 215 TE/DL

51 Fernando Xi

SR 5'9 194 DL

SR 6'4 281 OL

88 Alexander Lidback

SR 6'3 251 OL/DL

60 Vernon Ogundepo SR

5'10 317 OL

81 Matthew Ashe

SR 5'8 153 WR/K

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JR 5'8 147 QB/WR/CB

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Tylan Johnson

JR 5'7 213 RB

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Brandon Moss

FR 5'4 140 K

Chapel Young

FR 5'5 100 WR/DB

7

Matteo Carriere

JR 6'0 157 WR

SO 5'10 160 /DB

15 Braydon Kersey

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10 Ben Guthrie

SO 5'9 156 QB

16 Caleb Moran

SO 6'3 197 TE/LB

4

Thomas Kurcikevicius

JR 5'10 180 S

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Tyjai Hopper

Cooper Mendlinger

JR 5'8 148 QB

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Trent Martin

JR 5'10 157 WR

JR 5'7 175 WR/DB

17 Suarev Karekar

Jackson Chappell

FR 5'6 136 QB

FR 5'9 133 QB

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14 Walker Berryman

JR 6'3 183 QB

18 Jackson Berryman FR 6'2 145 QB


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19 Landon Winterbottom 20 Delano Reed

SO 6'2 178 QB

23 Ibibra Aku

FR 5'8 137 RB/TE

28 Kenyon Pipes

JR 5'5 135 DB

32 Fardin Alam

SO 5'9 173 MLB

JR 6'0 180 WR/DB

25 Jack Oyola

JR 6'0 171 SS/CB

29 Adam Walker

JR 6'0 166 WR/DB

33 Deangleo Reed

JR 6'0 188 WR/DB

22 William Reed

SO 5'9 141 LB

26 Jake Gil

27 Kobie Brown

JR 5'11 176 WR/DB

JR 6'0 176 LB

34 Trent McWhorter

JR 6'0 160 WR/DE

SO 5'7 146 RB

30 Jack Fiorillo

23 Colin Skeoch

31 Vito Perri

JR 6'0 210 LB/DE

FR 5'9 175 DL/LB

36 Zahvier Pompey

SO 5'7 177 RB/DL


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37 Ethan Regaterio

38 MJ Deshazier

SO 6'0 130 K

42 David Ben-Yisreal JR

5"10 172 DB

50 Zachary Angel

FR 5'6 158 OL

55 Ayk Dedeoglu

FR 5'5 121 RB/DM

FR 5'7 168 OL/DL

43 Patrick Dolan

FR 5'11 135 TE/LB

52 Tre' Cole

SO 5'9 260 OL/DL

SO 5'8 131 DB

45 Jack Bernstein

53 Carter Birdwell

FR 5'5 134 OL/DL

58 Nhoj Young

40 Benjamin Henry SO

JR 5'11 213 LS/FB

SO 6'0 231 OL/DL

56 Michael Ogundepo

39 Dante Dade

FR 5'9 183 OL/DL

5"11 177 DB

47 Elijah McMillon

FR 5'6 158 LB

54 Ryan Fletcher

FR 5'9 181 OL/DL

59 Dylan Hannon

JR 6'0 240 OL/DL


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64 Matthew Peterson

SO 5'3 221 OL

75 Chase Spinney

SO 6'1 259 OL

83 Jakob Cowart

SO 5'8 160 WR

70 Parker Peterson

SO 6'5 201 OL/DL

79 Tramell Jackson

SO 5'9 315 OL

84 Sean McIntire

FR 5'8 165 WR

72 Channing Allen

JR 6'1 230 OL

81 Carter Few

JR 6'2 258 OL/DL

FR 5'9 157 WR/TE

85 Julian Blandino

73 Daniel Gosk

82 Garrett Young

SO 6'0 184 WR

89 Marctavious Williams

FR 5'11 168 TE/DE

FR 5'5 155 RB

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YR HT

4 5 6 6 6 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 11 12 13 14 16 19 21 22 22 27 28 29 30 30 32 32 34 35 36 38 40 42 44 49 51 53 55 56 57 58 58 59 59 63 63 64 65

Montrel Jenkins Christian Moss Trent Lee Jevon Johnson Samuel Mbake Trevor Lovett Tray Curry Gabriel Bryant Caleb jenkins Jahseim Henry Joshua Jones Cobe Singleton Malachi Singleton Zach Jackson Benji Josephs Anthony Hixon Joshua Josephs Zarrian Cook Jadyn Walker Maceo Madison II Nasir Howell Cam Cunningham La'Vaughn Dabney James Sparks Langford Parker Darius Pace Will Aldridge Christipher Burge RJ Johnson Jovan Sherden Kris Washington Austin Johnson Vernard Martin Tyler Dobbs Henry Tate Darrien Jackson Dionte Hollinger Deangelo Pierre-Louis Jack Edwards Kevin Hester Blake Ellsworth Deshawn Templeton Jeffrey Brummett Kaleb Critten Clark Hughes Koby Trout Joshua Bagley Nasir Belton Marselle Felton Dominic Stevenson Shurad Todman

5'9" 160 Sr. 6'3" 175 WR, CB

WT POS

Sr. 6'1" 175 WR, FS Jr. 6'4" 205 WR Sr. 6'1" 185 QB Sr. WR 6'3" 180 WR, CB So. Sr. 6'3" 210 DE, RB Sr. 6'3" 230 DE Sr. 6'0" WR, FS So. 6'2" 210 QB Sr. 6'1" 165 CB, WR Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

6'1" 5'8" 6'0" 6'0" 6'1" 5'9" 5'10" Sr. 6'0" Jr. Sr. 5'11"

Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr.

175 155 170 160 167 185 195 186 178

5'10" 155 5'8" 170 6'0" 177 5'11" 150 5'9" 190

WR, CB DE RB, CB OLB, MLB QB RB OLB MLB, OLB CB, CB, CB FS P, K CB, CB, CB RB, FS, FS RB DE, OLB WR, CB OLB, RB TE, LS, MLB

6'1" 171 WR, FS 5'9" 198 MLB, FB 6'2" 204

So. 5'10" 225 C, LS Sr. 5'10" 240 DT, G Jr. OLB Sr. 6'1" 190 DE

Jr.

C G So. 6'4" 295 G, DT C Sr. T

#

NAME

YR HT

66 70 70 71 72 73 74 74 75 75 85 87 89 90 92

Marcus Parker Ricky Matos Rafi Khan Aiden Reyes JP Pultz Miles Evanson Gerardo Figueroa Aidan Williams Bryan Graham Taijon Brawner Gerald Harris Cameron Tracy Devin Daughenbaugh Xander Moore Ben Moran Jaiden Schofield JT Cavanaugh Quentin Ajiero Ben Nganga Zachary Addison benjamin hall David Eziomume Josiah Alexander Tyler Rogers Steve Trotter Ben Trelles Chris Martin Michael Smith Sydney Grimstead Cayden Trotter Devon Bacak Elijah Burke R.J. Grigsby Matthew Loveland Kanan Miller Nasir Howell Andrew Trelles Chris Hewitt Jordan Lonas Donavin Ward Alex Harris Henry Runnels Deon Tyler Bryant Marte Kameron Owens Aaron Hawkins Max Evanson Tavis Pace Cameron Radford

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr.

WT POS

G, NG 5'6" 177 C, NG 6'2" 245 T, NG 6'0" 265 G, NG

5'11" 265 DT, T 6'0" 235 Jr. T So. 5'10" 215 T, DE

Sr. DE, T Jr. 6'2" 170 TE TE Sr. K, P 5'9" 160 5'10" 145 So. Fr. Fr.

5'10" 165

5'9" 138

So. 5'11" 160 WR, SS

So. 6'0"

G

So. 5'9" 150 SS Jr. 6'2" 210


C OL L IN S HIL L VA R S I T Y R O S T E R

2020 EAGLE FOOTBALL

#

NAME

YR HT

WT POS

#

NAME

YR HT

WT POS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 39 40 41 42 44 45

Adarius Jones Alex Burgon Cam Pedro Justin Richardson Sean Norris Clint Gilbert Dewayne Smith jr Fahim Dorsey James Smith Logan Brown Travis Hunter Jeremiah Jones Richard Ransom Jaylon Harris Christian Harris Boubacar Diallo Dion Crawford Coby Rogers Keith Lee Sam Horn Nasir Kornegay Jayden Davis Asani Redwood Brandon Taylor Aaron Horton ii Spenser Anderson Mente Bridge Claudin Beauvoir Jonathan Taft Sam Essombe Jayden Faison Quame Edmondson Rich Dorsey Kevin Bido Brandon Brown Donald Griffin Zaire Bennett Justin Omojokun Cedric Nash Logan Birdsong Xavier Baidoe Sharief Pennington

Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So.

190 175 160 185 170 160 155 180 245 180 165 153 190 150 0 185 215 155 180 180 165 175 210 210 165 180 170 172 180 180 150 180 205 185 162 175 165 170 160 195 215 147

47 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 65 70 71 73 74 75 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 88 90 91 92 93 94 95 97 98 99

Luke Thomas Cedric Richardson Steven Rusan Nick Igbeare Lucas Kulig Tk Lanier Jaylen George Davis Hamilton David Reyes Giles Mboumi Collin Rogers Amir Stewart Logan Arnold Jose Romero Matthew Lupedi Osvaldo Lugo Jonathan Martin Bentley White Aidan Echols Kazuki Sarco Kevin Lopez-Garcia Lizardy Gonzalez Tone Mensinger Nicholas Miranda Michael Taylor Zachary Prince Isaac Bonacci Isaiah Richardson William Gilbert Jordan Talley Devin Christian Jack Johnson Tz Poole-Evans Kayden Christy Damon Mask Charles Goodman Alijah Holland

So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

165 230 220 220 200 240 245 230 240 205 200 245 245 240 245 190 300 245 245 240 260 235 175 120 150 165 180 175 130

5'11" 5'8" 5'11" 6'0" 6'0" 5'8" 5'10" 6'3" 6'2" 6'3" 6'0" 5'8" 6'3" 5'6" 5'10" 5'11" 6'2" 5'8" 6'1" 6'4" 5'7" 6'2" 6'3" 5'10" 6'0" 5'9" 5'8" 5'9" 6'0" 5'11" 5'9" 5'8" 5'10" 5'8" 5'11" 5'9" 5'10" 5'10" 5'10" 6'0" 6'1" 5'5"

OLB RB, LB WR, CB CB, FS, WR WR FS, WR QB, CB WR DE, TE WR CB, WR QB OLB, WR WR CB WR LB WR OLB QB FS FS, WR DE DE FS, WR RB FS LB, RB RB OLB, RB OLB DL MLB RB, MLB CB, WR OLB OLB OLB RB LB DE WR

5'8" 6'3" 6'0" 6'2" 5'11" 6'2" 6'2" 6'2" 6'1" 5'11" 5'9" 5'9" 5'9" 6'0" 5'10" 6'1" 6'3" 6'1" 6'1" 5'10" 5'8" 5'9" 6'3" 5'7" 5'8" 5'10" 5'10" 6'2" 5'7"

LB OL, DE OL, NG OL, DE OL, LB OL, NG DE, G OL OL DE OL OL, DE OL OL OL OL NG, OL OL OL OL OL OL WR, OLB K CB OLB K WR, OLB FS, WR WR 5'8" 250 NG FB, LB WR, OLB FS, WR DL CB, RB 5'8" 160 QB


M I LT O N VA R S I T Y R O S T ER 2020 EAGLE FOOTBALL #

NAME

YR HT

WT POS

#

NAME

YR HT

WT POS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Devin Farrell(C) Matthew Evert(C) Blake Zettler Jared Stephens Jordan McDonald Max St. Vrain Bryce Thornton Dayne Edwards Lebbeus Overton Daniel Black Owen Pauley Robert Billings Brooks Bortle Davey Bates Adam Freas Wil Marinich Patrick McBride Jason Aussin Dylan Warren Jeremy Olagoke Garrett Smalley Cam Cainion Cole Werthman Mason Bicknell(C) Jose Rangel Cameron Stanley Wyatt Nave Zyere Horton Jake Doster Sean Sturrock Hampton Mcinnish Dylan Miller Scott Moskowitz Jay Pounds Ben Lowery Matt Meyers AJ Crawford Josh Marsden Hayden Owens Jackson Jenkins Connor Crupi Joey Perry

Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So.

185 185 160 170 210 195 185 205 245 145 180 170 180 175 175 155 140 150 160 160 160 165 195 170 160 140 135 190 165 175 155 195 190 140 150 150 225 155 130 150 130 140

44 45 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 71 72 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 92 98 99

Elijah Mellem Garrett Krsul Wyatt Smalley Brendan Doyle Jake Spuck Christian Colasurdo Connor Gay Alvin Johnson Cameron Dye Jack Phillips Elliott Meyer Mo Clipper Gilles Tchio Trey Harding Owen Phillips TJ Krsul Kayden Richardson Brody Benotti Jack Mueller Tim Schindler Diego Flores Aydan Smith Evan Zapata Omar Doulfikhar Davis Hart Colin Moran Jeffrey Williams Bradley Franke Braxton Powell Felipe Mota Riley Gilmore Elfego Garcia Stephen Gregg Jack Nickel Jackson Thacker Debron Gatling Logan Blankenship David Escamilla Chase Traubel Zack Tumminia Alex Rubio

Sr. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. So. So. So. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. So. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr.

225 160 190 180 160 155 225 225 265 185 200 250 225 210 160 175 245 200 220 175 220 230 235 205 150 300 350 135 150 130 145 135 140 230 150 170 145 160 160 265 150

6'1" 6'2" 5'11" 5'7" 6'1" 6'3" 5'11" 6'1" 6'5" 5'10" 5'11" 6'0" 6'2" 5'11" 5'9" 5'6" 5'7" 5'8" 6'2" 5'8" 5'10" 5'9" 5'11" 5'9" 5'8" 5'5" 5'10" 6'2" 5'10" 5'11" 5'9" 5'9" 5'11" 5'6" 5'8" 5'8" 5'11" 5'11" 5'9" 5'7" 5'7" 5'8"

QB, CB TE, WR S, CB RB, CB RB, WR WR, OLB CB, RB DE, ILB DE WR, TE OLB, WR FS, QB WR, FS OLB, RB WR, QB WR, RB WR, FS K QB CB, RB FS, OLB CB, WR ILB, QB ILB, OLB ILB, OLB CB, WR OLB, WR S, OLB FS, WR ILB, ILB WR, FS ILB, FB ILB, RB WR, ILB WR, CB CB, WR ILB, DL FS, WR QB WR, K FS, WR CB, WR

6'5" 5'10" 6'2" 6'0" 6'0" 5'10" 6'1" 6'1" 6'4" 6'1" 5'8" 6'5" 6'2" 6'2" 6'0" 6'2" 6'2" 5'7" 5'10" 6'1" 5'9" 5'11" 6'0" 5'7" 5'10" 6'1" 6'5" 5'5" 5'10" 5'10" 5'5" 5'7" 5'7" 6'4" 5'9" 6'1" 5'8" 5'9" 5'8" 6'2" 5'10"

DE, OT ILB, FB DE, TE DE, DT DE, ILB K NG, DE T, DE T, DE C, OG C, OG DT, T OG, DT OT, DE DE, OT OL, DL OG, C OG, C C, OG OT, DE OG, OG OG, OT OT, OG K OG, OT OT, OG OG, OG FS, WR OLB, WR K FB, CB CB, WR FS, SS TE, DE FS, K WR, SS WR, CB DT, DE FB, K DT, FB DT, DE


C HER OK EE VA R S I T Y R O S T E R

2020 WARRIOR FOOTBALL

#

NAME

YR HT

1

Austin Trimble

Sr. 5'11"

WT POS

CB

#

NAME

33 Quintin Reddy

YR HT

WT POS

Jr. 5'8" 155 CB

2 Brady Bocherer

Sr. 6'1" 180 WR

34 Gustavo Mendez-robles So.

3 Keith Adams jr

Jr. 5'10" 195 RB

38 Chris Lindeborg

So. 5'9" 150 MLB

4 Toby Thompson

Jr. 6'3" 210 DT

40 Dalton West

Sr. 5'10" 160 CB

5 Chase Meyer

So.

41 Jackson Wentz

Jr. 5'10" 170 C

6 Hayden Shockley

Sr. 5'9" 180 WR

42 Asher Allred

Jr. 5'10" 215 DT

7 Alonzo Upshaw

Sr. 5'7" 175 RB, CB

43 Cody Butler

Sr. 6'0" 205 RB, SS, OLB

8 Jaxon Holcomb

Jr. 6'0" 210 DE

44 Braesen Parker

Sr. 5'10" 195 MLB, G, OLB

8 Nate Speaks

So. 6'5" 170 QB

45 Mauricio Lanzas

9 Keegan Baker

Jr. 6'3" 175 FS, WR

47 Luke Lawson

Jr. 5'11" 190 DE

10 AJ Swann

Jr. 6'3" 200 QB

50 Jayron Tercero

So.

G

11 Rafael Chirino

Sr. 5'11" 140 FS

51 Javon Hobson

Fr.

DT, NG

11 Morgan Cox

So.

52 Jarod Spurling

Sr. 5'11" 190 LS, DE

12 Adarrius Harshaw

Jr. 5'9" 145 WR, SS

53 Jason Marano

So. 5'8" 155

13 Peyton Butler

So. 5'10" 130 WR

55 Garrett Miller

So.

14 Tyler Goddard

Jr. 5'10" 165 MLB

56 Hayden Fagerstrom

So. 5'9" 175 C

16 Chase Goddard

Jr. 5'10" 165 OLB

57 Thurston Nichols

So. 5'10" 165 MLB

17 Kyan Simmons

So. 6'1" 185 DE

60 Tanner Dollyhigh

Jr. 6'1" 235 NG

18 Kyle Dayton

So.

64 George Bogdady

So.

19 Riley Lyons

Sr. 6'3" 165 DB, ATH

65 Nason Simmons

Sr. 6'4" 290 OT, NG

20 Adam Fullen

Jr. 6'1" 170 WR

73 Derrick Battle

Sr. 6'3" 260 T, DE

21 Josh Rich

Sr.

CB

78 Brock Toney

So.

22 Ryan O'Keefe

Jr.

SS

79 Levi Shedd

So. 5'11" 220 DE

23 Dom Jordan

Jr. 5'11" 160 CB

81 Joel Stahl

Jr. 5'10" 150 K

24 Blake Evans

So.

FS

82 Angel De La Riva

Jr.

WR

25 Zi Johnson

So.

RB

84 Zach Gravitt

So.

WR

27 Evan Bieger

Jr.

WR

88 Cemryn Vanadrighem

Jr. 6'0" 148 WR

28 Daniel Young

So. 5'8" 145 OLB

99 Ulises Torres

Sr.

MLB

29 Wilgen Perez

Sr. 5'5" 175 RB

Auliyus Dozier

So.

WR

Brady Gilliam

So. 6'2" 161 DE

30 Bryce Boyd 31 Will Ross

WR

MLB

QB

0

RB

Sr. 6'1" 170 OLB

Marco Portillo

OLB

OLB

DT

G

T

RB


FRONT ROW (PLUS) LEFT-RIGHT: Noam Laks, Kennedy Bowman, Makayla Powers, Maddie Wrobel, Madison Lemond, Riley Camera, Marisa Slater, Jaime Duffey

SECOND ROW: Gracie LaPlume, Carly Concevitch, Noga Inbal, Bella Danbury, Alexis Alejandro


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