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CAM NEWTON 2011 NFL ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2011 BCS NATIONAL CHAMPION 2010 HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER

BLINN DEION BRANCH SUPER BOWL XXXIX MVP 2X SUPER BOWL CHAMPION 1998 ALL-AMERICAN

JONES COUNTY

MIKE ROZIER 1983 HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER 2X PRO BOWLER 2X ALL-AMERICAN

COFFEYVILLE

ROGER STAUBACH SUPER BOWL VI MVP 2X SUPER BOWL CHAMPION 1963 HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER

NEW MEXICO MILITARY


TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION NJCAA Na onal Office Informa on ............................................. 2  NJCAA Football Informa on ....................................................... 3  Poll Procedures ........................................................................... 4  2012 SEASON BREAKDOWN  2012 Season Preview .................................................................. 7  Preseason Poll ............................................................................. 8  2012 Bowl Games ....................................................................... 9 

2012 CONFERENCE PREVIEWS Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference ................ 11‐16  Midwest Football Conference .............................................. 17‐21  Minnesota College Athle c Conference .............................. 23‐28  Mississippi Associa on of Community & Junior Colleges .... 29‐36  Northeast Football Conference ........................................... 37‐42  Southwest Junior College Football Conference ................... 43‐48  Western States Football League .......................................... 49‐55  Independents ....................................................................... 57‐59  2011 SEASON REVIEW  2011 Season Review ................................................................. 61  Final Poll .................................................................................... 62  Weekly Polls ......................................................................... 63‐64  Players of the Year .................................................................... 65  All‐Americans ....................................................................... 66‐67  Other Awards ............................................................................ 68  Sta s cal Leaders ................................................................ 69‐73  Bowl Recaps ......................................................................... 74‐81 

CONTINUING THE TRADITION 2012 NFL Dra  Selec ons ......................................................... 83  Former Players in the NFL .................................................... 84‐87  Former Players in the NCAA (FBS)........................................ 88‐96  NJCAA Football All‐Time Na onal Champion ............................ 97  NJCAA Football Coaches Associa on Hall of Fame ................... 98 

2012 SCHEDULES ........................................................ 99‐103 

MEDIA GUIDE PRODUCER Michael Teague  Assistant Director of Media Rela ons    MEDIA GUIDE EDITOR  Mark Krug  Assistant Execu ve Director ‐ Media Rela ons    Special thanks to all of the athle c   departments for their valued assistance   and coopera on in   producing this publica on.    All helmet designs courtesy of  h p://www.na onalchamps.net/Helmet_Project/  

Photos courtesy of (in order of appearance) Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots, University of Nebraska, Dallas Cowboys Photo Archives, Copiah‐Lincoln  Community College, ASA College, Hinds Community College, Georgia Military College, David Rosinksi ‐ East Mississippi Community College, Coffeyville Community  College, Butler Community College, Garden City Community College, Hutchinson Community College, Iowa Western Community College, Eric Ver Helst ‐ Des Moines  Area Community College, North Dakota State College of Science, Northland Community & Technical College, Eric Berg ‐ www.scoreyourpics.com, Northwest  Mississippi Community College, Holmes Community College, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Erie Community College, Derek Palosaari, Louisburg College,  Trinity Valley Community College, Navarro College, Blinn College, Kilgore College,  Jared Dort ‐ AWC Photo Services, Eastern Arizona College, Snow College, Sco   Lefevre, Geoff Gunn ‐ New Mexico Military, East Central Community College, Jones County Junior College, Fort Sco  Community College, Itawamba Community  College, Tyler Junior College, Joliet Junior College, Sco sdale Community College and Lackawanna College. 

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NJCAA NATIONAL OFFICE

MARY ELLEN LEICHT NJCAA Executive Director

Brian Beck ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR COMPLIANCE

Rob Bushway

1631 Mesa Ave. Suite B  Colorado Springs, Colo. 80906  (719) 590‐9788 

Mark Krug ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MEDIA RELATIONS

Stephanie Hazzard

DIRECTOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

DIRECTOR CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS

Michael Teague

Wanda Bodey

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR MEDIA RELATIONS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR COMPLIANCE

Lorna Brizzie

Dee DuBois

BOOKKEEPER MEMBERSHIP SERVICES

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

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2012 NJCAA FOOTBALL COMMITTEE

PANEL DIRECTORS

DISTRICT 1

ROARK MONTGOMERY

STEVE CAMPBELL

Committee Chair

Coaches Association President

Northeast Football Conference

Navarro College Corsicana, Texas

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Perkinston, Miss.

JOHN JACKSON Dean College Franklin, Mass.

BOB LARSON

THOM MCDONALD

DISTRICT 2

Garden City Community College Garden City, Kan.

Iowa Community College Athletic Conference Ames, Iowa

Mississippi Assoc. of Community & Junior Colleges

ROB NIELSON

MIKE PELLICCIA

Snow College Ephraim, Utah

Nassau Community College Garden City, N.Y.

WALLY REYNOLDS

JIM SOUTHWARD

McHenry County College Crystal Lake, Ill.

SBCJC Jackson, Miss.

JIM SOUTHWARD Mississippi State Board of Comm. & Jr. Colleges Assoc. Jackson, Miss.

DISTRICT 3 Midwest Football Conference

THOM MCDONALD Iowa Community College Athletic Conference Ames, Iowa

DISTRICT 4 NJCAA FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

Minnesota College Athletic Conference

BUSTER GILLIS Bismarck State College Bismarck, N.D.

DISTRICT 5 Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference

RANDY STANGE

The NJCAA Football Coaches Associa on is an organiza on of football  coaches from NJCAA members ins tu ons. The membership consists of  all dues paying coaches. Annual dues to this organiza on are $70. The  group meets annually, conduc ng their business in conjunc on with the  American Football Coaches Associa on (AFCA). 

DISTRICT 6 Southwest Junior College Football Conference

ROARK MONTGOMERY Navarro College Corsicana, Texas

PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

Steven Campbell Mississippi Gulf Coast CC

Scott Strohmeier Iowa Western Community College

SECRETARY

TREASURER

GREG SILCOX

Joe Forchtner New Mexico Military Institute

Paradise Valley Community College Phoenix, Ariz.

Rion Rhodes Hutchinson Community College

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Hutchinson Community College Hutchinson, Kan.

DISTRICT 7 Western States Football League

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HUMAN POLL PROCEDURE The 2012  NJCAA  football  vo ng  panel  will  consist  of  the seven iden fied panel directors and two at‐large  representa ves from two different conferences each  year.    

2012 AT-LARGE CONFERENCES Southwest Junior College Football Conference Western States Football League   Each member of the vo ng panel casts one ballot for  the top 20 teams in the country each week during the  season.  Points  are  awarded  for  the  20  picks  and  the  tabula on  of  these  points  cons tute  the  Top  20  teams  in  each  week’s  poll.  The  first  poll  will  be   released Tuesday, September 4. 

NJCAA FOOTBALL COMPUTER RANKINGS

In it’s  inaugural  season,  the  newly‐created  NJCAA  Football  Computer  Rankings  system  will  bring  an  objec ve,  data‐based  perspec ve  to  the  NJCAA  football polls. The FCR will account for 33% of the  rankings with the remaining 67% coming from the  human poll. The FCR will go into effect for the third  poll of the season on Tuesday, September 18. 

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East Mississippi Community College will kick off their 2012  tle defense as the No. 1 team in the na on, according to the NJCAA  Preseason Top 20 football poll. The defending na onal champions are followed by No.2 Butler Community College (Kan.),   No. 3 Arizona Western College, No. 4 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and No. 5 Blinn College (Texas).    Fresh off their first na onal championship, the top‐ranked East Mississippi Lions return sophomore running back  Rodriguez Moore (right) who ranked fourth in the na on last season in rushing with 1,303 yards. The Lions  offense witnessed the departure of 2011 NJCAA Offensive Player of the Year Bo Wallace at quarterback, but  landed two key transfers in Clemson running back Mike Bellamy and Ole Miss wide receiver Nick Brassell.  The return of Lauren Jackson and Za’Darius Smith on the defensive line will be enhanced by the  addi on of Florida State transfer Darious Cummings. East Mississippi’s defense also features an  experienced secondary, boas ng three returning starters.     A loss in the 2011 season‐opener set Butler back last season as the Grizzlies went on to win  their last 11 games and finished as the No. 2 team in the country. Butler is poised to make a  run for a na onal  tle in 2012 with the No. 2 ranking and a solid returning cast on both sides of the ball.  Entering his 13th season at the helm, Grizzlies head coach Troy Morrell returns six starters including  offensive tackles Jesse Ingle and John McClure. James Madison‐transfer Billy Cosh will take over at  quarterback for Butler, while sophomore Dreamius Smith returns at running back a er scoring nine  touchdowns on the ground in 2011.    In one of the most thrilling na onal championship games in NJCAA history, Arizona Western fell 55‐47 to East  Mississippi in the El Toro Bowl. The Matadors will miss the na on’s top running back in Damien Williams but return a ton of  talent in the trenches. Sophomores Brent Walker and Nathan Bartley anchor Arizona Western’s four returning starters on the  offensive line, while the defensive front returns sophomores Randy Gregory and Jeffery Brown who combined for 14.5 sacks in 2011.  The Matadors’ fi h‐ranked defense from 2011 also brings back sophomore cornerback Nate Willis who recorded three intercep ons  last season.    Mississippi Gulf Coast’s only two defeats of 2011 came at the hands of na onal champion East Mississippi. The Gulf Coast Bulldogs are  geared up to challenge the Lions in the MACJC in 2012 and hold promising na onal championship aspira ons. Sophomore  quarterback Clint Ha en is expected to lead the offense a er taking the reins midway through last season, but will be challenged by LSU ‐signee Jeremy Liggins. Defensively, Gulf Coast returns four starters  led by sophomore linebacker Brandon Keel who racked up 80  tackles last season.    Rounding out the top five following a disappoin ng finish to their 2011 campaign are the Buccaneers of Blinn. A er jumping out to a 9‐0  start and a No. 1 ranking, the Buccaneers suffered losses to Tyler JC (Texas) in the SWJCFC playoffs and Mississippi Gulf Coast in the  Mississippi Bowl. Blinn will look to put last season in the rear‐view mirror with the return of sophomore quarterback Eric Mathews.  Throwing for 2,399 yards and 20 touchdowns in 2011, Mathews is arguably the top returning signal‐caller in the na on. With seven  returning starters on defense, the Buccaneers are op mis c about their second season under head coach Ronny Feldman.    Rounding out the top 10 in the poll are No. 6 Hinds Community College (Miss.), No. 7 Trinity Valley Community College (Texas), No.  8 Iowa Western Community College, No. 9 Snow College (Utah) and No. 10 Hutchinson Community College (Kan.).  

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2012 NJCAA FOOTBALL PRESEASON TOP 20 RANK

COLLEGE

1 EAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2 BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3 ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE 4 MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE 5 BLINN COLLEGE 6 HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 7 TRINITY VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 8 IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE SNOW COLLEGE 9 10 HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (OFF/DEF) 

2011 RECORD 

4/7

12‐0

Sophomore running back Rodriguez Moore returns for a shot at a repeat a er the Lions claimed their first championship in 2011. 

4/2

11‐1

James Madison transfer Billy Cosh will takeover at quarterback for the Grizzlies who won their last 11 games in their 2011 campaign. 

4/4

11‐1

A er falling to East Mississippi in the 2011 na onal championship game, the Matadors return one of the na on’s top defensive fronts. 

4/4

10‐2

The Bulldogs only two losses in 2011 came against East Mississippi. Gulf Coast will try to get back on top in the Magnolia state in 2012. 

3/7

9‐2

Second‐year head coach Ronny Feldman will try to build off last season’s success when the Buccaneers jumped out to a 9‐0 start. 

6/7

7‐3

Head coach Gene Murphy enters his 21st season in Raymond. The Eagles will rely on their experience to make a run at a MACJC  tle. 

7/5

8‐3

Despite the departure of their signal‐caller and four defensive backs to BCS schools, the Cardinals will compete for the SWJCFC crown. 

7/6

9‐2

Returning one of the most experienced rosters in the na on, the Reivers are heavy favorites to win the newly condensed MFC. 

4/7

9‐3

The Badgers have a new look but expect the same level of success in 2012 with the return of sophomore running back Breon Allen. 

4/5

9‐3

A solid cast of returning starters has head coach Rion Rhoades and the Blue Dragons confident that this is the year they dethrone Butler. 

Rest of the Top 20  11.  Northwest Mississippi Community College (6‐3)  12.  Navarro College (10‐2)  13.  Eastern Arizona College (8‐3)  14.  Dean College (8‐1)  15.  New Mexico Military Ins tute (9‐3) 

16.  Tyler Junior College (7‐4)  17.  Coffeyville Community College (6‐4)  18.  Iowa Central Community College (6‐4)  19.  Rochester Community & Technical College (11‐1)  20. Nassau Community College (8‐2) 

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NATI ONAL CHAMPI ONSHIP GAME

DECEMBER 1 

The NJCAA  does  not  have  a  pre‐determined  site  for  a  na onal  championship  game. The No. 1‐ranked team in the final regular season poll will have the oppor‐ tunity  to  have  their  bowl  game  designated  as  the  na onal  championship  if  the  No. 2‐ranked team agrees to par cipate. If the top two ranked teams in the final  regular  season  poll  do  not  play  in  a  bowl  game,  the  na onal  champion  will  be  decided by the final poll of 2012. 

Kyle Field Texas A&M University College Station, Texas SWJCFC vs. AT‐LARGE 

CARRIER DOME BOWL

CITI ZEN’S BANK BOWL

DECEMBER 1 

DECEMBER 1 

Carrier Dome

Carnie Smith Stadium

Syracuse University Syracuse, N.Y.

Pittsburgh State University Pittsburgh, Kan.

NFC Champion vs. AT‐LARGE 

KJCCC vs. AT‐LARGE 

EL TOR O B OWL

HEART OF TE XA S BO WL

DECEMBER 1 

DECEMBER 1 

Veterans Memorial Stadium

Bulldawg Stadium

Arizona Western College Yuma, Ariz.

Copperas Cove High School Copperas Cove, Texas

WSFL vs. AT‐LARGE 

SWJCFC vs. AT‐LARGE 

SALT CIT Y BOWL

VALLEY OF THE SU N BOWL

DECEMBER 1 

DECEMBER 1 

Gowans Stadium

Hosted by Maricopa County Champion

Hutchinson Community College Hutchinson, Kan.

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KJCCC vs. AT‐LARGE 

WSFL vs. AT‐LARGE 

MISSISSIPPI BOWL

GRAPHI C EDGE B OWL

DECEMBER 2 

DECEMBER 2 (2 GAMES) 

Biloxi Indians Stadium

UNI Dome

Biloxi High School Biloxi, Miss.

University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls, Iowa

MACJC Champion vs. AT‐LARGE 

MFC vs. AT‐LARGE, AT‐LARGE vs. AT‐LARGE 

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KANSAS JAYHAWK COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONFERENCE CONFERENCE INFORMATION First Season: 1923

Commissioner: Bryce Roderick

Playoffs: Top 4 Teams

Bowl Ties: Citizen’s Bank Bowl, Salt City Bowl

National Champions: 10 — ‘08, ‘07, ‘03, ‘99, ‘98, ‘90, ‘83, ‘81, ‘70, ‘56

MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

Butler Community College

Grizzlies

El Dorado, Kan.

Coffeyville Community College

Red Ravens

Coffeyville, Kan.

Dodge City Community College

Conquistadors

Dodge City, Kan.

Fort Scott Community College

Greyhounds

Fort Scott, Kan.

Garden City Community College

Broncbusters

Garden City, Kan.

Highland Community College

Scotties

Highland, Kan.

Hutchinson Community College

Blue Dragons

Hutchinson, Kan.

Independence Community College

Pirates

Independence, Kan.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Butler

2008

Butler

*2007

Butler

2003

Butler

1999

Butler

1998

Coffeyville

1990

Coffeyville

1983

Butler

1981

Fort Scott

1970

Coffeyville

1956

*Co‐Na onal Champions

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PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS YEAR

REGULAR SEASON 

PLAYOFFS

2011

Butler

Butler

2010

Butler

Butler

2009

Fort Scott

Fort Scott

2008

Butler

Butler

2007

Butler

Butler

2006

Butler

Butler

2005

Butler

Coffeyville

2004

Butler

Butler

2003

Butler

Butler

2002

Butler

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Butler

KJ CCC SEMIF INALS

11-1 (6-0)

Hutchinson

9-3 (5-1)

Coffeyville

6-4 (4-2)

Dodge City

3-7 (3-3)

Garden City

2-7 (2-4)

Highland

1-8 (1-5)

Independence

0-9 (0-6)

Dodge City (3‐7) 

10

#4 Butler (9‐1) 

59

#20 Coffeyville (6‐4) 

16

#10 Hutchinson (8‐2) 

45

KJCCC CHAMPIONSH IP #8 Hutchinson (8‐3) 

21

#3 Butler (10‐1) 

40

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-KJCCC DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

DE Demarcus Lawrence 

Butler

SO

DE Chaz Nelson 

Garden City 

SO

DT Roland Johnson 

Butler

SO

DT Toby Johnson 

Hutchinson

FR

LB

Tim Edmond 

Hutchinson

FR

YEAR

LB

Tommy Sanders 

Butler

FR

Martrell Spaight 

Coffeyville

FR

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-KJCCC OFFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

QB Chandler Whitmer 

Butler

SO

LB

RB Jamarius Green 

Coffeyville

SO

CB Khambrel Garland 

Hutchinson

FR

RB Jasper Sanders 

Butler

SO

CB Zach Miller 

Butler

SO

FB

Coffeyville

SO

S

Zac Rasmussen 

Coffeyville

SO

WR Cordarelle Pa erson 

Hutchinson

SO

S

D.J. Wakes 

Butler

SO

WR Kendall Wrenn 

Butler

SO

WR Jatavus Stewart 

Hutchinson

FR

TE

Neil Shortell 

Butler

SO

T

Mark Beard 

Coffeyville

FR

T

John McClure 

Butler

SO

G

Nate Haremza 

Butler

SO

K

Michael Mesh 

Hutchinson

FR

G

Bryon Grant 

Independence

SO

P

Conner Frazell 

Butler

SO

C

Kyle Westmoreland 

Butler

SO

RS

Cordarelle Pa erson 

Hutchinson

SO

John Zeno 

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-KJCCC SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

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SEMIFINAL S

CHAMPIONSHIP

NOVEMBER 4 

NOVEMBER 11 

#4 Seed at #1 Seed #3 Seed at #2 Seed

1/4 Winner vs. 2/3 Winner Hosted by Higher Seed

2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

4/2

11-1 (6-0)

T2. Hutchinson

4/5

9-3 (5-1)

T2. Coffeyville

2/2

6-4 (4-2)

4. Fort Scott

4/7

4-4 (4-3)

T5. Dodge City

5/5

3-7 (3-3)

T5. Garden City

5/7

2-7 (2-4)

7. Highland

2/1

1-8 (1-5)

8. Independence

4/3

0-9 (0-6)

1. Butler

*Predic ons compiled from KJCCC coaches’ poll

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

12 (126-16)

13 (126-16)

1. Troy Morrell

Butler

2. Rion Rhoades

Hutchinson

5 (35-20)

7 (42-25)

3. Bob Majeski

Dodge City

4 (6-31)

5 (6-31)

4. Curtis Horton

Fort Scott

1 (4-4)

1 (4-4)

5. Steve Carson

Independence

2 (4-15)

2 (4-15)

6. Jeff Tatum

Garden City

2 (2-7)

2 (2-7)

7. Aaron Flores

Coffeyville

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

8. Ryan Held

Highland

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons do not include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TD 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Dreamius Smith 

Butler  

6’ 1” 

220

102

662

6.5

9

‐8

0

Terrell Lane 

Hutchinson

5’ 11” 

230

73

461

6.3

8

1

0

RAUL SILVA JR.

GARDEN CITY

DREAMARIUS SMITH

WR

BUTLER

RB

TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Jatavius Stewart 

Hutchinson

WR

5’ 11” 

185

47

741

15.8

11

Javess Blue 

Butler

WR

6’ 1” 

191

27

590

21.9

3

Miguel Johns 

Hutchinson

WR

5’ 11” 

190

34

539

15.9

4

Devin Clarke 

Butler

WR

5’ 11” 

172

18

271

15.1

1

Kody Cook 

Hutchinson

WR

6’ 1” 

210

14

150

10.7

1

Raul Silva, Jr. 

Garden City 

WR

6’ 0” 

185

3

87

29

2

TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Jesse Ingle 

Butler

6’ 3” 

280

12

12

John McClure 

Butler

6’ 4” 

310

12

12

Bryson McCluskey 

Dodge City 

6’ 4” 

330

10

10

Cameron McLain 

Coffeyville

6’ 3” 

300

10

10

Tyler White 

Garden City 

6’ 4” 

285

9

9

Darryl Williams 

Garden City 

6’ 3” 

295

9

9

Jacob McGuire 

Independence

6’ 2” 

280

9

9

Chris an Mayer 

Fort Sco  

6’ 7” 

340

8

8

Dillon Salmans 

Garden City 

6’ 0” 

260

9

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

Kitray Solomon 

Garden City 

DE

6’ 3” 

245

51

4

3

0

3

Toby Johnson 

Hutchinson

DL

6’ 4” 

305

50

11

2

1

0

Marcus Hardison 

Dodge City 

DE

6’ 4” 

290

46

5

3

1

0

Ben Bradley 

Hutchinson

DL

6’ 3” 

310

39

4.5

1

0

0

TOMMY SANDERS

BUTLER

HUTCHINSON

DL

TOBY JOHNSON

LB

TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Deilouse Jackson 

Garden City 

5’ 11” 

225

69

5.5

2

1

0

0

Keith Curran 

Garden City 

6’ 3” 

230

60

1.5

0

0

0

0

Mike McAllister 

Dodge City 

6’ 3” 

245

50

4

3

0

1

0

Rahman Swain 

Butler

6’ 1” 

215

19

9

3

1

0

0

Tommy Sanders 

Butler

6’ 2” 

217

18

23

7

5

3

2

Blake Bean 

Butler

6’ 0” 

224

7

0  

1

0

1

TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS

15

PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INT

DEF. TD 

Ian Stone 

Garden City 

S

6’ 2” 

195

45

0

1

2

2

Tate Omli 

Butler

S

5’ 10” 

203

13

0

0

2

1

Max Mar nez 

Butler

S

5’ 8” 

177

5

0

0

1

0

Ma Esquibel 

Garden City 

S

6’ 0” 

190

19

0

1

0

0

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TOP RETURNING KICKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Michael Mesh 

Hutchinson

HT.

WT.

FGM

FGA

XPM

XPA

TB

5’ 9” 

170

4

7

73

80

10

TOP RETURNING PUNTERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Kody Cook 

Hutchinson

JAVESS BLUE

HT.

WT.

PUNTS

6’ 1” 

210

43

YDS/PUNT INSIDE 20 

39.8

18

HUTCHINSON

BUTLER

PR

JATAVIOUS STEWART

PR

TOP RETURNING KICK RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Raul Silva, Jr. 

Garden City 

HT.

WT.

KR

KR YDS 

YDS/KR

TD

6’ 0” 

185

7

84

12.0

0

TOP RETURNING PUNT RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Jatavius Stewart  Javess Blue 

HT.

WT.

PR

PR YDS 

YDS/PR

TD

Hutchinson

5’ 11” 

185

21

340

16.2

1

Butler

6’ 1” 

191

10

193

19.3

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MIDWEST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE CONFERENCE INFORMATION First Season: 2005

Commissioner: Thom McDonald

Playoffs: Top 4 Teams

Bowl Ties: Graphic Edge Bowl (2 Games)

National Champions: 4 — ’02, ’87, ’78, ’76 (7 Top Non-Scholarship — ‘09, ‘08, ‘05, ‘04, ‘03, ‘02, ‘01)

MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

College of DuPage

Chaparrals

Glen Ellyn, Ill.

Ellsworth Community College

Panthers

Iowa Falls, Iowa

Iowa Central Community College

Tritons

Fort Dodge, Iowa

Iowa Western Community College

Reivers

Council Bluffs, Iowa

North Dakota State College of Science

Wildcats

Wahpeton, N.D.

Departed Members: Grand Rapids Community College, Mich. Harper College, Ill. Joliet Junior College, Ill.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Joliet

2002

YEAR

EAST

WEST

Ellsworth

1987

2011

*Grand Rapids

Iowa Western

Iowa Central

1978

2010

Grand Rapids

Ellsworth

Ellsworth

1976

2009

Grand Rapids

Ellsworth

TOP NON-SCHOLARSHIP TEAMS

2008

Harper

Iowa Central

Grand Rapids

2009

2007

Joliet

North Iowa Area

Harper

2008

2006

Grand Rapids

North Iowa Area

Grand Rapids

2005

2005

Grand Rapids

Iowa Central

Harper

2004

2004

Grand Rapids

Iowa Central

Harper

2003

2003

Harper

Iowa Central

Joliet

2002

2002

Joliet

North Dakota SCS

Joliet

2001

17

*Conference Champion (First MFC Championship Game)

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MFC CHAMPIONSHIP

EAST DIVISION Grand Rapids

10-0 (7-0, 3-0)

College of DuPage

7-3 (4-3, 2-1)

Joliet

4-5 (3-4, 0-3)

Harper

5-6 (1-6, 1-2)

9-2 (6-1, 3-0)

Iowa Central

6-4 (3-4, 2-1)

North Dakota SCS

5-4 (3-4, 1-2)

Ellsworth

2-7 (1-6, 0-3)

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#5 Grand Rapids (11‐0) 

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2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MFC OFFENSE

WEST DIVISION Iowa Western

#7 Iowa Western (8‐2) 

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

QB Cody Kater 

Grand Rapids 

SO

RB Devin Jarre  

Grand Rapids 

FR

RB Aaron Wimberly 

Iowa Western 

FR

WR Dexter Holmes 

Ellsworth

SO

WR Brian Parker 

Grand Rapids 

SO

WR Ma  Waters 

Iowa Western 

SO

TE

Grand Rapids 

SO

OL DeShawn Byrd 

Grand Rapids 

SO

OL Dallas Hinkhouse 

Iowa Western 

FR

OL Devonte Jones 

Grand Rapids 

SO

OL Carlin Landingham 

Grand Rapids 

SO

OL Eric Simmons 

Iowa Western 

FR

Keyon Cole 

YEAR

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MFC DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

DL Ken Bishop 

Ellsworth

SO

DL Ty Branz 

Iowa Western 

SO

DL Jeff Brown 

Joliet

FR

DL Marcus Cribbs 

Grand Rapids 

SO

LB

Sam Maresh 

Iowa Western 

SO

LB

Darius Moffe  

Harper

FR

LB

Terrell Porter 

Grand Rapids 

FR

LB

Johnny Watkins 

North Dakota SCS 

SO

DB Chris Charles 

Ellsworth

SO

DB Drake Ferch 

Iowa Western 

SO

K

Cody Dickson 

Iowa Western 

SO

DB Josh Pe us 

College of DuPage 

SO

P

Zach Kerndt 

Iowa Central 

SO

DB Evan Ray 

Grand Rapids 

SO

RS

Wes Smith 

Iowa Western 

SO

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MFC SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

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SEMIFINAL S

CHAMPIONSHIP

NOVEMBER 3 

NOVEMBER 10 

#4 Seed at #1 Seed #3 Seed at #2 Seed

1/4 Winner vs. 2/3 Winner Hosted by Higher Seed

2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

1. Iowa Western

7/6

9-2

2. Iowa Central

5/2

6-4

3. College of DuPage

2/5

7-3

4. North Dakota SCS

7/6

5-4

5. Ellsworth

-/-

2-7

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

16 (120-48)

16 (120-48)

3 (23-8)

6 (39-22)

1. Kevin Twait

Iowa Central

2. Scott Strohmeier

Iowa Western

3. Chuck Parsons

North Dakota SCS

5 (23-27)

5 (23-27)

4. Gary Thomas

College of DuPage

1 (7-3)

1 (7-3)

5. Josh Gooch

Ellsworth

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons do not include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING QUARTERBACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Jake Waters 

Iowa Western 

HT.

WT.

COMP. % 

PASS YDS 

PASS TD 

INTS

RUSH YDS 

RUSH TD 

6’ 2” 

215

62.7%

2658

26

7

324

11

TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TD 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Jontel Clayton 

Iowa Central 

5’ 10” 

202

225

1,477

6.56

16

93

0

Aaron Wimberly 

Iowa Western 

5’ 11” 

180

174

887

5.1

10

356

4

Terrance Williams 

North Dakota SCS 

5’ 11” 

180

97

764

7.9

6

0

0

JAKE WATERS

NORTH DAKOTA SCS

IOWA WESTERN

QB

JONTELL CLAYTON

RB

IOWA CENTRAL

TERRANCE WILLIAMS

RB

TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Andrew Stone 

Iowa Western 

WR

5’ 10” 

180

49

493

10.1

5

Cedric Chappell 

North Dakota SCS 

WR

6’ 1” 

205

23

258

11.2

3

Jaquon Goodman 

Iowa Central  

WR

6’ 4” 

210

17

194

11.4

3

Kaden Cue 

Iowa Central  

TE

6’ 4” 

246

12

139

11.6

1

Gannon Sinclair 

North Dakota SCS 

TE

6’ 6” 

255

4

41

10.3

0

TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Dallas Hinkhouse 

Iowa Western 

6’ 5” 

270

11

11

Mike Smithburg 

Iowa Western 

6’ 4” 

305

11

11

Sco Schmidt 

North Dakota SCS 

6’ 6” 

280

9

9

Stephon Spence 

North Dakota SCS 

6’ 5” 

315

7

7

Franklin Pravia 

College of DuPage 

6’ 3” 

275

0

0

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

Devon Nash 

Iowa Western 

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

DL

6’ 4” 

265

44

7.5

4.5

1

0

TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Marvell DeJesus 

Iowa Central 

5’ 10” 

220

81

6

1

3

2

1

Terrell Porter 

Iowa Western 

6’ 4” 

220

32

5

3

1

2

1

TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INTS

DEF. TD 

Joe Feldpausch 

Iowa Central 

S

6’ 1” 

195

64

2

2

2

0

Kelvin Wilkins 

North Dakota SCS 

S

6’ 3” 

210

44

0

0

0

0

Mykar Groves 

North Dakota SCS 

S

6’ 1” 

228

21

0

0

0

0

MARVELL DEJESUS

NORTH DAKOTA SCS

IOWA CENTRAL

S

KELVIN WATKINS

LB

TOP RETURNING KICKERS

21

PLAYER

COLLEGE

Eric Mielke  Alden Haffar 

HT.

WT.

FGM

FGA

XPM

XPA

TB

North Dakota SCS 

5’ 8” 

170

4

5

17

20

0

Iowa Central 

5’ 9” 

200

2

5

9

9

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MINNESOTA COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CONFERENCE INFORMATION First Season: 1967

Commissioner: Justin Heckenlaible

Playoffs: Top 2 Teams from each Division

Bowl Ties: None

National Champions: 0 (3 Top Non-Scholarship— ‘07, ‘06, ‘00)

MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

NORTHERN DIVISION Fond du Lac Tribal & Community College

Thunder

Cloquet, Minn.

Itasca Community College

Vikings

Grand Rapids, Minn.

Mesabi Range Community & Technical College Norse

Virginia, Minn.

Northland Community & Technical College

Pioneers

Thief River Falls, Finn.

Vermilion Community College

Ironmen

Ely, Minn.

SOUTHERN DIVISION Central Lakes College

Raiders

Brainerd, Minn.

Minnesota State Community & Technical College Spartans

Fergus Falls, Minn.

Minnesota West Community & Technical College Bluejays

Worthington, Minn.

Ridgewater College

Warriors

Wilmar, Minn.

Rochester Community & Technical College

Yellowjackets

Rochester, Minn.

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PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS YEAR

NORTHERN

SOUTHERN

CONFERENCE

2011

Northland

Rochester

Rochester

2010

Mesabi Range

Central Lakes

Rochester

2009

Vermilion

Central Lakes

Central Lakes

2008

Vermilion

^3-Way Tie

Mesabi Range

2007

Vermilion

Rochester

Rochester

2006

Vermilion

Rochester

Vermilion

2005

Vermilion

Minnesota West

Rochester

2004

Mesabi Range

Minnesota West

Rochester

2003

Mesabi Range

Rochester

Rochester

2002

Northland

Rochester

Rochester

TOP NON-SCHOLARSHIP TEAMS Rochester

2007

Vermilion

2006

Rochester

2000

^Tie: Rochester, Central Lakes, Minnesota West

NORTHERN DIVISION Northland

7-4 (6-3, 4-0)

Mesabi Range

5-5 (5-4, 3-1)

Fond du Lac

4-5 (4-5, 2-2)

Itasca

3-6 (3-6, 1-3)

Vermilion

3-6 (3-6, 1-3)

SOUTHERN DIVISION

MCAC SEMIFINALS Mesabi Range (5‐5) 

12

#13 Rochester (10‐0) 

45

Rochester

11-1 (9-0, 4-0)

Ridgewater (6‐4) 

35

Ridgewater

6-3 (6-3, 3-1)

Northland (7‐3) 

52

Central Lakes

7-3 (7-2, 2-2)

Minnesota State

3-6 (3-6, 1-3)

Northland (7‐4) 

14

Minnesota West

3-6 (3-6, 0-4)

#12 Rochester (11‐0) 

45

MCAC CHAMPIONSHIP

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2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MCAC SOUTH OFFENSE 2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MCAC NORTH OFFENSE YEAR

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

QB Kramer Berg 

Rochester

SO

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

RB Victor Lumley 

Minnesota State 

FR

QB Khalliq Burroughs 

Northland

FR

RB Davontay Stevens 

Ridgewater

SO

RB Gerald Graves 

Itasca

FR

WR Averey Duncan 

Central Lakes 

SO

RB Ocie Salter 

Mesabi Range 

SO

WR Ryan Tri 

Central Lakes 

SO

RB Johnell Wortham 

Northland

SO

OL Jus n Boeckman 

Minnesota West 

SO

WR Roosevelt Morisset 

Northland

SO

OL Ricky Johnson 

Rochester

FR

OL Ronald Johnson 

Fond du Lac 

SO

OL William Slade 

Northland

SO

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MCAC SOUTH DEFENSE 2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MCAC NORTH DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

DE Rob Diane 

Ridgewater

SO

DT Anthony Atonio 

Minnesota State 

FR

DE Darnell Colvin 

Fond du Lac 

FR

DT Johnathan Green 

Rochester

FR

DE Sean Franks 

Itasca

FR

DT Frank Mays 

Central Lakes 

SO

DT Donovan Hardy 

Vermilion

FR

LB

Jonathan Cross 

Ridgewater

SO

DT E.J. Welch 

Mesabi Range 

SO

LB

Jeff Curtsinger 

Minnesota West 

SO

LB

Jameel Franklin 

Fond du Lac 

SO

LB

Kevin Klocek 

Rochester

SO

LB

Cody Halpin 

Vermilion

SO

LB

Deshawn Lawrence 

Minnesota West 

SO

LB

Shawn Johnson 

Northland

FR

LB

Greg Wright 

Central Lakes 

SO

LB

Ethan Washek 

Vermilion

SO

DB Jeff Buchert 

Rochester

SO

LB

Dwayne Whigham 

Northland

SO

DB B.J. Hendrix 

Rochester

FR

DB Damion Butler 

Mesabi Range 

SO

DB Jared Hoemberg 

Central Lakes 

FR

DB Kevin Eugene 

Fond du Lac 

SO

DB Caleb Leichtnam 

Rochester

FR

DB Jeremy Massey 

Mesabi Range 

SO

DB Dan Ngandali 

Central Lakes 

SO

DB Eric Plemel 

Itasca

FR

DB Eric Riley 

Minnesota State 

FR

DB Daryl Thomas 

Ridgewater

SO

DB Telvince Way 

Ridgewater

FR

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MCAC NORTH SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

25

COLLEGE

YEAR

K

Jerry Guerrero 

Northland

FR

P

Jerry Guerrero 

Northland

FR

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MCAC SOUTH SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

K

Tyler Daake 

Rochester

SO

P

Tyler Daake 

Rochester

SO

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SEMIFINAL S

CHAMPIONSHIP

OCTOBER 20 

OCTOBER 27 

Southern #2 at Northern #1 Northern #2 at Southern #1

N1/S2 Winner vs. S1/N2 Winner Hosted by Higher Seed

2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

NORTHERN DIVISION

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

SOUTHERN DIVISION

1. Northland

3/7

7-4

1. Rochester

5/8

11-1

2. Mesabi Range

8/6

5-5

2. Central Lakes

4/8

7-3

3. Fond du Lac

4/5

4-5

3. Ridgewater

4/3

6-4

4. Itasca

5/5

3-6

4. Minnesota State

8/8

3-6

5. Vermilion

5/5

0-9

5. Minnesota West

4/3

3-6

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

17 (74-69)

17 (74-69)

1. Jeff Linder

Minnesota West

2. Keith Turner

Fond du Lac

9 (47-35)

9 (47-35)

3. Greg Medeck

Central Lakes

5 (41-14)

5 (41-14)

4. Dan Lind

Mesabi Range

6 (36-33)

6 (36-33)

5. Rob Baumgarn

Ridgewater

6 (23-31)

6 (23-31)

6. Steve King

Minnesota State

5 (15-39)

6 (18-45)

7. Dan Mell

Itasca

5 (14-31)

5 (14-31)

8. Derrick Hintz

Rochester

1 (11-1)

1 (11-1)

9. Merle Johnson

Northland

1 (7-4)

1 (7-4)

10. Thomas Martin

Vermilion

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons do not include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING QUARTERBACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Carson Wessinger 

Central Lakes 

HT.

WT.

COMP. % 

PASS YDS 

PASS TD 

INTS

RUSH YDS 

RUSH TD 

5’ 10” 

175

54.8%

1043

14

14

80

0

TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TDS 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Victor Lumley 

Minnesota State 

5’ 7” 

175

132

577

4.4

4

0

0

Taz Seibert 

Central Lakes 

5’ 11” 

195

78

468

6.0

5

0

0

Kevin Harris 

Minnesota State 

6’ 0” 

220

61

377

6.2

0

0

0

Alex Schliesman 

Rochester

5’ 7” 

180

88

358

4.06

4

137

1

Sam Alakija 

Rochester

5’ 8” 

195

69

324

4.7

4

0

0

Cody Gillard 

Mesabi Range 

5’ 9” 

155

31

230

7.42

3

24

0

Chris an Thomas 

Mesabi Range 

5’ 9” 

210

32

137

4.28

0

27

0

TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Zach Hoppenworth‐Pederson 

Rochester

WR

6’ 6” 

193

27

421

15.6

9

Bre Doeden 

Minnesota West 

WR

6’ 3” 

208

20

364

18.2

3

Rex Johnson 

Minnesota West 

WR

6’ 1” 

185

16

245

15.3

1

James Stutz 

Minnesota West 

WR

5’ 8” 

150

17

227

13.4

2

TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

27

PLAYER

COLLEGE

Ricky Johnson 

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Rochester

6’ 0” 

260

12

12

Davis Marvel 

Ridgewater

6’ 1” 

250

10

10

Aaron Auroco 

Minnesota West 

6’ 5” 

295

9

9

Jimmy Watson‐Hall 

Minnesota State 

6’ 3” 

330

9

9

Jeremy Hodena 

Central Lakes 

6’ 2” 

265

10

8

Charles Kassulker 

Central Lakes 

6’ 4” 

250

10

8

Ma Seiber 

Itasca

6’ 4” 

330

5

4

Mark Murray 

Fond du Lac 

6’ 3” 

270

0

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

Peter Stenger 

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

Central Lakes 

DL

6’ 3” 

235

45

4

4

2

1

Darvin Fowler 

Mesabi Range 

DL

6’ 1” 

278

27

8.5

2

0

0

Adrian Gamble 

Rochester

DE

6’ 3” 

250

28

2.5

1

0

2

Robby Mackesey 

Rochester

DE

6’ 3” 

235

29

9.5

1

1

1

TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Nick Albano 

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Rochester

6’ 1” 

245

71

4.5

1

0

0

0

Antonio Wallace 

Mesabi Range 

5’ 7” 

190

63

7.5

4

0

0

2

Jordan Bialke 

Central Lakes 

6’ 1” 

225

56

4

3

2

2

0

Aus n Manzey 

Central Lakes 

6’ 0” 

195

52

7

3

1

2

0

TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INTS

DEF. TD 

Caleb Leichtnam 

Rochester

S

6’ 0” 

190

41

0

0

20

3

Eric Riley 

Minnesota State 

S

6’ 1” 

210

69

0

0

6

2

Jared Hoemberg 

Central Lakes 

S

6’ 0” 

205

37

0

0

4

0

Ma Mogere 

Central Lakes 

S

6’ 2” 

180

31

0

1

3

0

TOP RETURNING KICKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

FGM

FGA

XPM

XPA

TB

Marcelo Rinaldi 

Rochester

6'3"

195

1

2

2

2

1

TOP RETURNING KICK RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Kenneth Brandon 

Mesabi Range 

HT.

WT.

KR

KR YDS 

YDS/KR

TD

5’ 9” 

165

8

318

39.75

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MISSISSIPPI ASSOC. OF COMMUNITY & JUNIOR COLLEGES CONFERENCE INFORMATION First Season: 1927

Commissioner: Jim Southward

Playoffs: Top 2 Teams from each Division

Bowl Ties: Mississippi Bowl

National Champions: 8 — ‘11, ‘07, ‘04, ‘93, ‘92, ‘84, ‘82, ‘72

MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

NORTH DIVISION Coahoma Community College

Tigers

Clarksdale, Miss.

East Mississippi Community College

Lions

Scooba, Miss.

Holmes Community College

Bulldogs

Goodman, Miss.

Itawamba Community College

Indians

Fulton, Miss.

Mississippi Delta Community College

Trojans

Moorhead, Miss.

Northeast Mississippi Community College

Tigers

Booneville, Miss.

Northwest Mississippi Community College

Rangers

Senatobia, Miss.

SOUTH DIVISION Copiah-Lincoln Community College

Wolfpack

Wesson, Miss.

East Central Community College

Warriors

Decatur, Miss.

Hinds Community College

Eagles

Raymond, Miss.

Jones County Junior College

Bobcats

Ellisville, Miss.

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

Bulldogs

Perkinston, Miss.

Pearl River Community College

Wildcats

Poplarville, Miss.

Southwest Mississippi Community College

Bears

Summit, Miss.

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PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS YEAR

NORTH

SOUTH

CONFERENCE

2011

East Mississippi

Mississippi Gulf Coast

East Mississippi

Copiah-Lincoln

Mississippi Gulf Coast

East Mississippi

Mississippi Gulf Coast

East Mississippi

2008

East Mississippi

Mississippi Gulf Coast

Mississippi Gulf Coast

1992

2007

Itawamba

Mississippi Gulf Coast

Mississippi Gulf Coast

Mississippi Gulf Coast

1984

2006 Northwest Mississippi

Pearl River

Pearl River

Northwest Mississippi

1982

2005 Northeast Mississippi

Pearl River

Pearl River

Mississippi Gulf Coast

1972

2004 Northeast Mississippi

Pearl River

Pearl River

2003 Northwest Mississippi

Hinds

Pearl River

2002 Northeast Mississippi

Pearl River

Holmes

East Mississippi

2011

*Mississippi Gulf Coast

2007

Pearl River

2004

2009

Mississippi Delta

1993

Northwest Mississippi

2010 Northwest Mississippi

*Co‐Na onal Champions

^Tie: Rochester, Central Lakes, Minnesota West

NORTH DIVISION East Mississippi

12-0 (9-0, 6-0)

Northeast Mississippi

6-5 (6-3, 4-2)

Northwest Mississippi

6-3 (6-3, 4-2)

Itawamba

4-5 (4-5, 4-2)

Holmes

2-7 (2-7, 2-4)

Coahoma

1-8 (1-8, 1-5)

Mississippi Delta

0-9 (0-9, 0-6)

SOUTH DIVISION Mississippi Gulf Coast

10-2 (8-0, 6-0)

Hinds

7-3 (7-2, 5-1)

Jones County

6-3 (6-3, 3-3)

Copiah-Lincoln

5-4 (5-4, 2-4)

Pearl River

4-5 (4-5, 3-3)

Southwest Mississippi

3-6 (3-6, 1-5)

East Central

2-7 (2-7, 1-5)

KJ CCC SEMI F I N ALS #14 Hinds (7‐3) 

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#3 East Mississippi (10‐0) 

55

#17 Northeast Mississippi (6‐4) 

17

#6 Mississippi Gulf Coast (9‐1)  *20  *OVERTIME

KJCCC CHAMPIONSH IP #5 Mississippi Gulf Coast (9‐2) 

17

#2 East Mississippi (11‐0) 

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2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MACJC NORTH OFFENSE

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

FR

QB Melvin German 

Pearl River 

SO

Itawamba

SO

RB Vintavious Cooper 

Southwest Mississippi 

SO

RB Daveon Porter 

Coahoma

FR

RB Jeremy Palmer 

Hinds

SO

WR Lacoltan Bester 

East Mississippi 

SO

WR Javon Bell 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

SO

WR Lance Ray 

Northwest Mississippi 

SO

WR Deuce Coon 

Jones County 

SO

WR Jonathan Rumph 

Holmes

FR

WR Jonathan Duncan 

Pearl River 

SO

OL Aus n Douglas 

Northwest Mississippi 

FR

OL Jus n Barner 

Hinds

SO

OL Antonio Foster 

Northeast Mississippi 

SO

OL Dylan Holley 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

SO

OL Donald Hawkins 

Northwest Mississippi 

SO

OL Chandler Ma hews 

Pearl River 

SO

OL Warren Jones 

East Mississippi 

SO

OL McKay Tingle 

Jones County 

SO

OL Derrick Wilson 

East Mississippi 

SO

OL Josh Young 

Copiah‐Lincoln

SO

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

QB Bo Wallace 

East Mississippi 

RB Keon McGaughy 

YEAR

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MACJC NORTH DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

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2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MACJC SOUTH OFFENSE

COLLEGE

YEAR

YEAR

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MACJC SOUTH DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

DL Denico Autry 

East Mississippi 

SO

DL Terrell Hartsfield 

Copiah‐Lincoln

FR

DL Damien Jacobs 

East Mississippi 

SO

DL Dontrell Hyman 

Hinds

FR

DL Alexander Ma hews 

Mississippi Delta 

SO

DL Darrington Sen more 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

SO

DL Brandon Moore 

East Mississippi 

SO

DL Derrick Upshaw 

Jones County 

SO

LB

Eli Canton 

Northeast Mississippi 

FR

LB

Chris Bermond 

Pearl River 

SO

LB

David Connor 

Northwest Mississippi 

FR

LB

Chris Ficklin 

East Central 

SO

LB

Martrez Townes 

Itawamba

SO

LB

Michael Hoskins 

Hinds

FR

DB LaDarrick Anderson 

Northwest Mississippi 

SO

DB Denhendret Collins 

Copiah‐Lincoln

SO

DB Deion Belue 

Northeast Mississippi 

SO

DB O s Jacobs 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

SO

DB Lakarious Cathlidge 

Mississippi Delta 

SO

DB Alonzo Lawrence 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

SO

DB Jus n Cox 

East Mississippi 

FR

DB Steve McNair 

Pearl River 

SO

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MACJC NORTH SPECIAL TEAMS

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-MACJC SOUTH SPECIAL TEAMS

POS. PLAYER 

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

COLLEGE

YEAR

K

Taylor Walker 

East Mississippi 

SO

K

Taylor Pon us 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

SO

P

Will Goodwin 

Itawamba

SO

P

Rob Moffi  

East Central  

FR

RS

Rodney Davis 

East Mississippi 

SO

RS

Reggie Hall 

East Central 

SO

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SEMIFINAL S

CHAMPIONSHIP

NOVEMBER 3 

NOVEMBER 10 

South #2 at North #1 North #2 at South #1

N1/S2 Winner vs. S1/N2 Winner Hosted by Higher Seed

2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

NORTH DIVISION

2011 RECORD 

SOUTH DIVISION

1. East Mississippi

4/7

12-0

1. Mississippi Gulf Coast

4/4

10-2

2. Northwest Mississippi

4/3

6-3

2. Hinds

6/7

7-3

3. Itawamba

5/5

4-5

3. Jones County

5/3

6-3

4. Northeast Mississippi

5/3

6-5

4. Pearl River

4/2

4-5

5. Holmes

7/5

2-7

5. Copiah-Lincoln

7/4

5-4

6. Coahoma

7/5

1-8

6. Southwest Mississippi

5/7

3-6

7. Mississippi Delta

3/3

0-9

7. East Central

6/5

2-7

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

1. Gene Murphy

Hinds

2. Steve Campbell

Mississippi Gulf Coast

3. Tim Hatten

Pearl River

4. Glenn Davis

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

20 (148-54-5)

20 (148-54-5)

8 (70-18)

10 (82-26)

10 (77-24)

10 (77-24)

Copiah-Lincoln

8 (36-34)

8 (36-34)

5. Buddy Stephens

East Mississippi

4 (36-8)

4 (36-8)

6. Ricky Woods

Northwest Mississippi

4 (27-11)

4 (27-11)

7. Freeman Horton

Coahoma

10 (20-70)

10 (20-70)

8. Charles Anthony

Southwest Mississippi

6 (22-31)

6 (22-31)

9. Ricky Smither

Northeast Mississippi

4 (14-23)

4 (14-23)

2 (9-9)

2 (9-9)

3 (7-20)

3 (7-20)

10. Jon Williams

Itawamba

11. Brian Anderson

East Central

12. Jeff Koonz

Holmes

1 (2-7)

1 (2-7)

13. Todd Lott

Mississippi Delta

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

14. Ray Perkins

Jones County

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons do not include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING QUARTERBACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Ben Stevens 

HT.

WT.

COMP. % 

PASS YDS 

PASS TD 

INTS

RUSH YDS 

RUSH TD 

Jones County 

6’ 2” 

190

61.4%

2078

15

10

‐50

1

Chandler Rogers 

Copiah‐Lincoln

6’ 2” 

215

49.7%

1088

6

7

213

1

Clint Ha en 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

6’ 2” 

200

52.7%

957

7

5

116

0

Dennis Robertson 

Holmes

6’ 3” 

225

63.3%

754

5

4

70

1

Domonique Harris 

Northwest Mississippi 

6’ 4” 

235

53.8%

211

2

0

90

3

RODRIGUEZ MOORE

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

EAST MISSISSIPPI

RB

BYRON NETTLES

RB

TESHADI TALTON

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI

RB

TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS

33

PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TDS 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Rodriguez Moore 

East Mississippi 

5’ 10” 

185

189

1303

6.9

7

469

2

Teshadi Talton 

Northwest Mississippi 

5’ 8” 

175

153

814

5.3

3

142

2

Laderick Turner 

Southwest Mississippi 

5’ 6” 

190

121

530

4.4

4

143

0

Byron Ne les 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

5’ 10” 

175

44

400

9.9

2

116

0

Cheeto Johnson 

Pearl River 

5’ 9” 

180

43

193

4.5

4

142

1

Keshun Shipp 

East Central 

5’ 10” 

225

25

136

6.5

2

10

0

Jabari Baker 

Hinds

5’ 11” 

210

26

136

5.2

0

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TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Quadarius Mireles 

Hinds

WR

5’ 11” 

180

45

693

15.4

3

Jonathon Rumph 

Holmes

WR

6’ 5“ 

215

37

606

16.38

2

Quantavius Leslie 

Hinds

WR

6’ 4” 

190

28

523

18.7

10

Ricky Hunt 

East Central 

WR

5’ 10” 

190

37

442

12.5

1

Corey Smith 

East Mississippi 

WR

6’ 1” 

180

28

438

15.6

2

DeVante Sco  

Copiah‐Lincoln

WR

5’ 10” 

185

19

386

20

3

Antoinne Adkins 

East Mississippi 

WR

5’ 10” 

180

21

315

15.0

2

Quartez Cooks 

Jones County 

WR

6’ 1” 

180

17

315

18.5

3

Brock Hall 

East Central 

WR

6’ 2” 

190

15

250

16.6

4

Jerome Stewart 

Southwest Mississippi 

WR

5' 10” 

165

9

189

21

4

Zachary Witche  

Hinds

WR

6’ 1” 

196

9

186

20.7

1

Chris Cooley 

Southwest Mississippi 

WR

5’ 11” 

170

13

171

13.2

3

Alonzo Lewis 

Copiah‐Lincoln

WR

6’ 4” 

215

10

151

15

2

Keivondre Wa ord 

East Central 

WR

6’ 4” 

215

10

150

15

2

Darren Anderson 

Copiah‐Lincoln

WR

6’ 1” 

180

13

146

11

0

Renard Williams 

Southwest Mississippi 

WR

6’ 2” 

215

8

116

14.5

0

Logan Stokes 

Northeast Mississippi 

TE

6’ 5” 

250

4

29

7.3

1

Cade Amacker 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

TE

6’ 2” 

235

2

20

13

1

TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

Lawrence Ramsey 

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

6’ 2” 

315

12

12

Ramsey Sellers 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

5’ 11” 

315

12

12

Demechery Hickingbo om 

Copiah‐Lincoln

6’ 4” 

335

9

9

Dus n Tubby 

East Central 

6’ 3” 

320

9

9

Bart Whigham 

East Central 

6’ 4” 

300

9

9

Addarius Willis 

Holmes

6’ 6” 

375

9

9

Jus n Booth 

Jones County 

6’ 2” 

320

9

9

Fredrick Moore 

Jones County 

6’ 5” 

280

9

9

J.T. Myers 

Jones County 

6’ 3” 

280

9

9

Aus n Douglas 

Northwest Mississippi 

6’ 2” 

300

9

9

Jordan Mar n 

Southwest Mississippi 

6’ 1“ 

300

9

9

Jarrod A erberry 

East Mississippi 

6’ 2” 

320

12

0

Tyler Stanley 

East Mississippi 

6’ 2” 

275

1

0

COPIAH-LINCOLN

WR

DEVANTE SCOTT

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

Terrell Hartsfield 

Copiah‐Lincoln

DL

6’ 3” 

225

66

0

7.5

2

0

Andrew Bolton 

Hinds

DL

6’ 3” 

253

65

18

8.5

1

1

Bobby Hill 

Holmes

DE

6’ 2” 

225

63

14

7

2

2

Dontrill Hyman 

Hinds

DL

6’ 4” 

265

62

20.5

14

2

0

Randolph Williams 

Northwest Mississippi 

DE

6’ 0” 

245

49

13.5

6

1

0

Chris Hughes 

Northwest Mississippi 

DE

6’ 0” 

240

42

4

4

1

1

Jerrell Jordan 

Copiah‐Lincoln

DE

6’ 3” 

225

38

0

4.5

0

0

Tederian Johnson 

Hinds

DL

6’ 3” 

260

38

8

4.5

1

0

Lauren Jackson 

East Mississippi 

DE

6’ 4” 

275

32

2

4

0

0

Jerome McClain 

Northwest Mississippi 

DL

6’ 2” 

285

28

3

3

0

1

Kalvin Smith 

East Central 

DL

6’ 1” 

300

27

5

1

1

Lakenneth Weidmann 

East Central 

DE

6’ 4” 

255

25

7

6.5

1

1

Bradley Dorsey 

East Central 

DL

6’ 6” 

375

25

5

2

0

0

Chavez Sims 

Jones County 

DE

6’ 2” 

225

22

2

0

1

1

Illiad Kelly 

Northwest Mississippi 

DE

6’ 3” 

280

22

4

5

1

0

Warren Conway 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

DE

6’ 2” 

255

20

0

3

1

1

Za'Darius Smith 

East Mississippi 

DE

6’ 6” 

250

19

4

4.5

0

0

Lavon Hooks 

Northeast Mississippi 

DL

6’ 5” 

290

6

2

2

0

0

Cortez Hartzog 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

DE

6’ 5” 

250

4

0

0

0

0

TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS

35

PLAYER

COLLEGE

Mitchell Hoskins 

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Hinds

6’ 1” 

225

109

17.5

8.5

2

1

0

Jadarius Hicks 

Hinds

5’ 11” 

220

93

17

5.5

0

0

1

Brandon Keel 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

6’ 2” 

235

80

10

1

1

0

2

Tony Johnson 

Southwest Mississippi 

6’ 3” 

240

80

4

0.5

0

1

0

David Conner 

Northwest Mississippi 

5’ 11” 

190

73

4

2.5

1

1

3

Raheem Robinson 

Southwest Mississippi 

5’ 10” 

210

52

3

1.5

0

0

1

Dawson Wells 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

6’ 1” 

215

51

0

2

0

0

0

D.J. Jordan 

East Mississippi 

6’ 1” 

210

40

3

0

1

0

0

Chico Mar n 

Copiah‐Lincoln

5’ 10” 

215

24

0

0

0

0

0

Marion Chapman 

Jones County 

6’ 1” 

210

22

5

0

1

0

0

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INTS

DEF. TD 

Jus n Cox 

East Mississippi 

S

6’ 3” 

190

67

0

1

5

0

Brennan Dunklin 

Southwest Mississippi 

S

5’ 10” 

220

37

0

0

3

0

Shaquille Fluker 

East Mississippi 

S

6’ 2” 

200

72

1

1

2

0

Aaron Thompson 

Northwest Mississippi 

CB

5’ 10” 

155

18

0

0

2

0

Kareem Brown 

Northeast Mississippi 

CB

5’ 9” 

180

15

0

1

1

0

Bryan Isaac 

Copiah‐Lincoln

S

5’ 11” 

190

50

1

2

0

0

Devontay Barne  

Jones County 

S

6’ 1” 

190

24

0

1

0

0

Jeremy Davis 

Copiah‐Lincoln

CB

5’ 9” 

175

22

0

0

0

0

Dominique Carter 

East Central 

S

6’ 3” 

200

20

1

2

0

0

Ben Brooks 

East Central 

CB

5’ 9” 

180

20

0

0

0

0

TOP RETURNING KICKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Nolan Long 

Copiah‐Lincoln

HT.

WT.

FGM

FGA

XPM

XPA

TB

5’ 11” 

175

3

8

21

21

0

TOP RETURNING PUNTERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Jonathan Harrison 

HT.

WT.

PUNTS

YDS/PUNT INSIDE 20 

Northeast Mississippi 

6’ 5” 

185

43

40.9

0

Chase Carpenter 

Northwest Mississippi 

5’ 9” 

150

35

40.2

14

Nolan Long 

Copiah‐Lincoln

5’ 11” 

175

45

39.8

0

Jus n Holt 

Southwest Mississippi 

6’ 1” 

170

47

35.2

3

TOP RETURNING KICK RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

DeVante Sco  

HT.

WT.

KR

KR YDS 

YDS/KR

TD

Copiah‐Lincoln

5’ 10” 

185

6

182

30.3

0

Kiwaski Tenner 

Hinds

5’ 11” 

182

4

112

24.0

1

Antoinne Adkins 

East Mississippi 

5’ 10” 

180

5

111

22.2

0

Rodriguez Moore 

East Mississippi 

5’ 10” 

185

1

30

30.0

0

TOP RETURNING PUNT RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Corey Smith 

East Mississippi  

HT.

WT.

PR

PR YDS 

YDS/PR

TD

6’ 1” 

180

4

128

32.0

0

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NORTHEAST FOOTBALL CONFERENCE CONFERENCE INFORMATION First Season:

Commissioner: John Jackson

Playoffs: None

Bowl Ties: Carrier Dome Bowl

National Champions: 0 (1 Top Non-Scholarship — ‘10)

MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

ASA College

Avengers

Brooklyn, N.Y.

Dean College

Bulldogs

Franklin, Mass.

Erie Community College

Kats

Buffalo, N.Y.

Hudson Valley Community College

Vikings

Troy, N.Y.

Lackawanna College

Falcons

Scranton, Pa.

Louisburg College

Hurricanes

Louisburg, N.C.

*Monroe College

Mustangs

New Rochelle, N.Y.

Nassau Community College

Lions

Garden City, N.Y.

*Proba onary member (ineligible for conference championship and all‐conference honors)

PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS TOP NON-SCHOLARSHIP TEAMS Nassau

2010

YEAR

COLLEGE

2011

Dean

2010

Nassau

2009

Dean

2008

Dean

2007

Dean

2006

Lackawanna

2005

Nassau

2004

Hudson Valley

2003

*3-Way Tie

2002

Morrisville State

*Erie, Hudson Valley, Morrisville State

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Dean

8-1 (6-0)

Nassau

8-2 (5-1)

Lackawanna

7-4 (3-3)

ASA

4-4 (3-3)

Louisburg

7-3 (3-3)

Erie

2-8 (1-5)

Hudson Valley

0-8 (0-6)

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-NFC DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-NFC OFFENSE

COLLEGE

YEAR

DE Bryan Johnson 

Nassau

SO

DE Bernardo Nunez 

Lackawanna

FR

DT Malik Gumbs 

Nassau

SO

DT Mike Intrieri 

Dean

SO

LB

Brian Doyle 

Erie

SO

LB

Aaron Fant 

ASA

FR

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

LB

Lamonte Gaddis 

Dean

SO

QB Frances Drummond 

Nassau

SO

LB

Nick Gilbo 

Hudson Valley 

FR

QB Davonta Farrell 

Lackawanna

FR

LB

Jon Shelby 

Nassau

SO

QB Jamal Small 

Dean

SO

LB

Chuck Watson 

Dean

SO

RB Rasheed Williams 

Louisburg

SO

DB Theodia Alexander 

ASA

SO

RB Deonta Winston 

Erie

FR

DB Ervin Johnson 

Dean

DB

WR Robbie Jackson 

Dean

SO

DB Kewi  Koonce 

Louisburg

SO

WR Mark Thomas 

Nassau

FR

DB Donavan Walker 

Dean

SO

TE

Lackawanna

SO

OL Jerome Brown 

Lackawanna

SO

OL Cedric Chisolm 

Louisburg

SO

OL Mark Glowinski 

Lackawanna

SO

OL Kreshnik Hakanjin 

ASA

SO

K

Cherchen Aloema 

ASA

FR

OL Nick Pedro  

Hudson Valley 

SO

P

Troy Krepich 

Lackawanna

SO

OL Aslam Sterling 

Nassau

SO

RS Rodney Whitehead 

Dean

FR

Thomas Burk 

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-NFC SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

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2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

1. Dean

6/5

8-1

2. Nassau

3/5

8-2

3. Lackawanna

6/3

7-4

4. ASA

5/4

4-4

5. Louisburg

1/7

7-3

6. Hudson Valley

5/3

2-8

7. Erie

5/4

0-8

8. Monroe

N/A

N/A

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

18 (123-63)

18 (123-63)

1. Mark Duda

Lackawanna

2. Todd Vasey

Dean

8 (57-23)

8 (57-23)

3. Dennis Green

Erie

11 (57-53)

11 (57-53)

4. John D. Sala

Louisburg

4 (24-15)

10 (52-44)

5. Dennis Orlando

ASA

3 (16-10)

3 (16-10)

6. Michael Muehling

Hudson Valley

1 (0-8)

1 (0-8)

7. Curtis Guilliam

Nassau

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

8. Terry Karg

Monroe

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING QUARTERBACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Davonta Farrell 

Lackawanna

HT.

WT.

COMP. % 

PASS YDS 

PASS TD 

INTS

RUSH YDS 

RUSH TD 

6’ 2” 

215

45.7%

1426

18

7

286

5

TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TDS 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Deonta Winston 

Erie

5’ 7” 

160

99

528

5.3

4

92

1

CJ Jones 

Hudson Valley 

5’ 11” 

206

94

406

4.3

4

211

0

Hosey Williams 

ASA

5’ 8” 

197

28

211

7.8

4

0

0

Nathaniel Robinson 

Hudson Valley 

6’ 1” 

225

26

102

3.9

2

0

0

TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Mark Thomas 

Nassau

WR

6’ 1” 

212

32

469

15.5

0

Rodney Whitehead 

Dean

WR

5’ 10” 

175

27

316

11.6

5

Josh Gross 

Hudson Valley 

TE

6’ 2” 

232

17

294

17.3

3

Daniel Marc‐Sears 

ASA

WR

6’ 6” 

195

17

217

12.8

1

Zak Echols 

Erie

WR

5’ 11” 

185

15

216

14.4

0

TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

Jarell Broxton 

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Lackawanna

6’ 5” 

330

11

11

Marquis Wallace 

Lackawanna

6’ 5” 

305

11

11

Abdul Caesar 

Louisburg

6’ 2” 

265

10

10

Andrew Edurd 

Lackawanna

6’ 2” 

285

11

9

Leon Hall 

Dean

6’ 5” 

315

9

9

Ken Hansen 

Dean

6’ 4” 

300

9

9

Byron Pinkston 

Dean

6’ 3” 

295

9

9

Dashon Riley 

Dean

6’ 3” 

315

9

9

Leon Brown 

ASA

6’ 6” 

310

8

8

Nick Pedro  

Hudson Valley 

6’ 3” 

292

8

8

Jaydell Roy 

Lackawanna

6’ 6” 

350

11

4

Cedric Bri num 

ASA

6’ 5” 

300

8

4

Jonathan Jenkins 

ASA

6’ 4” 

320

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

Malik Gumbs 

Nassau

DL

6’ 0” 

275

36

7

10

0

0

Lance Burlingame 

Dean

DL

6’ 4” 

285

35

11

4

1

2

Billy Dobbs 

Nassau

DE

6’ 4” 

255

28

12

5

0

2

Montez Hedgepeth 

Louisburg

DL

6’ 3” 

295

28

7.5

1

5

0

Gary Scruggs 

ASA

DE

6’ 0” 

250

27

6

2

1

0

Gordie Pine 

Hudson Valley 

DL

6’ 1” 

243

15

5

0

0

0

Andrew Buczek 

Erie

DE

6’ 0” 

205

14

5

0

0

0

Desmond Hollin 

ASA

DE

6’ 4” 

240

10

1

0

0

0

Steve Finley 

Lackawanna

DL

6’ 3” 

270

3

6

6

0

0

TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Charmarcus Pi ard 

Dean

6’ 0" 

240

81

15.5

2

0

0

0

Amara Kamara 

Nassau

6’ 1” 

223

73

0

0

0

0

3

Kyril Threats 

Erie

6’ 2” 

210

48

3

3

2

1

1

Ernest Moore 

Erie

5’ 11” 

210

46

4

0

0

0

0

Keaton Jones 

Louisburg

6’ 2” 

210

44

8

2

0

0

2

Garth Lakitsky 

Lackawanna

6’ 2” 

225

38

2.5

1

0

0

0

LOUISBURG

ANDREW BUCZEK

ERIE

DE

DESMOND HOLLIN

DL

ASA COLLEGE

MONTEZ HEDGEPATH

DE

TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS

41

PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INTS

DEF. TD 

Dan Pierre‐Louis 

Erie

CB

5’ 11” 

165

21

0

0

5

0

Malcom Griggs 

Nassau

S

6’ 2” 

215

30

1

1

3

0

Dondi Kirby 

ASA

CB

6’ 2” 

195

7

0

0

2

0

Vishawn Williams 

Dean

S

6’ 1” 

185

8

0

0

1

0

Imir Sanders 

Lackawanna

CB

5’ 11” 

200

0

0

0

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TOP RETURNING KICKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Cherchen Aloema 

HT.

WT.

FGM

FGA

XPM

XPA

TB

ASA

5’ 9” 

160

10

14

14

19

0

Mike Jones 

Louisburg

5’ 8” 

160

6

13

33

37

0

Troy Krepich 

Lackawanna

5’ 11” 

190

2

3

10

14

3

TOP RETURNING PUNTERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

PUNTS

Jean Pierre Tuberquia 

Nassau

5’ 11” 

200

34

MIKE JONES

YDS/PUNT INSIDE 20 

1158

8

DEAN

LOUISBURG

K

RS

RODNEY WHITEHEAD

TOP RETURNING KICK RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Rodney Whitehead  Zak Echols 

HT.

WT.

KR

KR YDS 

YDS/KR

TD

Dean

5’ 10” 

175

16

497

31.1

1

Erie

5’ 11” 

185

18

353

19.6

0

TOP RETURNING PUNT RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Rodney Whitehead 

Dean

HT.

WT.

PR

PR YDS 

YDS/PR

TD

5’ 10” 

175

15

263

17.5

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SOUTHWEST JUNIOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL CONFERENCE CONFERENCE INFORMATION First Season: 1995

Commissioner: Dr. Mike Metke

Playoffs: Top 4 Teams

Bowl Ties: Brazos Valley Bowl, H.O.T. Bowl

National Champions: 18 — ‘10, ‘09, ‘06, ‘97, ‘96, ‘95, ‘94, ‘91, ‘89, ‘86, ‘80, ‘79, ‘69, ‘67, ‘66, ‘60, ‘59, ‘57

MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

Blinn College

Buccaneers

Brenham, Texas

Cisco College

Wranglers

Cisco, Texas

Kilgore College

Rangers

Kilgore, Texas

Navarro College

Bulldogs

Corsicana, Texas

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

Golden Norse

Miami, Okla.

Trinity Valley Community College

Cardinals

Athens, Texas

Tyler Junior College

Apaches

Tyler, Texas

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Navarro

2010 Blinn

2009

Blinn

2006 Trinity Valley

1997

Blinn

1996 Blinn

1995

Trinity Valley

1994 NE Oklahoma A&M

1991

Navarro

1989 NE Oklahoma A&M

1986

NE Oklahoma A&M

1980 Ranger

1979

NE Oklahoma A&M

1969 NE Oklahoma A&M

1967

Kilgore

1966 *Tyler

1960

NE Oklahoma A&M

1959 Texarkana

1957

*Co‐Na onal Champions

YEAR

REGULAR SEASON 

PLAYOFFS

2011

Blinn

Navarro

2010

Navarro

Navarro

2009

Navarro

Blinn

2008

Navarro

Blinn

2007

Kilgore

Navarro

2006

Blinn

Blinn

2005

Trinity Valley

Trinity Valley

2004

Kilgore

Kilgore

2003

Tyler

NE Oklahoma A&M

2002

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SWJCFC SEMIFINALS Blinn

9-2 (6-0)

Trinity Valley (8‐2) 

16

Trinity Valley

8-3 (5-1)

#11 Navarro (8‐2) 

42

Tyler (7‐3) 

*37

#1 Blinn (9‐1) 

34

Navarro

10-2 (4-2)

Tyler

7-4 (3-3)

Kilgore

3-6 (2-4)

Cisco

3-6 (1-5)

NE Oklahoma A&M

3-6 (0-6)

*OVERTIME

SWJCFC CHAMPIONSHIP #17 Tyler (7‐4) 

29

#9 Navarro (9‐2) 

33

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-SWJCFC DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-SWJCFC OFFENSE

YEAR

DL Calvin Barne  

Navarro

SO

DL Kerry Burks 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

SO

DL John Gandy 

Blinn

SO

DL Bubba Vactor 

Navarro

SO

LB

Jermane Longino 

Trinity Valley 

SO

LB

Eddie Porter 

Blinn

SO

LB

Dante Rollins 

Tyler

SO

LB

Adrian Shoecra  

NE Oklahoma A&M 

SO

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

QB Tucker Carter 

Trinity Valley 

SO

DB Jeremy Baltazar 

Blinn

SO

RB Marion Grice 

Blinn

SO

DB Tyler McGlothen 

Cisco

SO

RB Vinnie Moore 

Kilgore

SO

DB Jeremy McKnight 

Navarro

SO

WR Marquez Clark 

Navarro

SO

DB Martez Shabazz 

Trinity Valley 

SO

WR Ricky Collins 

Kilgore

SO

TE

Navarro

FR

OL Armondo Alvarez 

Blinn

SO

OL Travon Carter 

Trinity Valley 

SO

OL Chris Grishby 

Blinn

FR

K

Kurt Walker 

Blinn

FR

OL Anthony Lewis 

Cisco

SO

P

Brad Dunavant 

Trinity Valley 

SO

C

Trinity Valley 

SO

RS Kali Rashaad 

Cisco

SO

Gerard Shillow 

Nate Richards 

YEAR

COLLEGE

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-SWJCFC SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

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SEMIFINAL S

CHAMPIONSHIP

NOVEMBER 3 

NOVEMBER 10 

#4 Seed at #1 Seed #3 Seed at #2 Seed

1/4 Winner vs. 2/3 Winner Hosted by Higher Seed

2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

1. Blinn

3/7

9-2

2. Trinity Valley

7/5

8-3

3. Navarro

7/7

10-2

4. Tyler

8/6

7-4

5. Kilgore

5/7

3-6

6. NE Oklahoma A&M

6/6

3-6

7. Cisco

3/9

3-6

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1 (3-6)

9 (63-31)

1. Dale Patterson

NE Oklahoma A&M

2. J.J. Eckert

Kilgore

5 (25-25)

7 (38-33)

3. Danny Palmer

Tyler

5 (27-20)

5 (27-20)

4. Brad Smiley

Trinity Valley

5 (26-24)

5 (26-24)

5. Ronny Feldman

Blinn

1 (9-2)

1 (9-2)

6. Scott Taylor

Cisco

3 (9-18)

3 (9-18)

7. Brian Mayper

Navarro

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons do not include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING QUARTERBACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Clayton Mitchem 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

HT.

WT.

COMP. % 

PASS YDS 

PASS TD 

INTS

RUSH YDS 

RUSH TD 

6’ 2” 

180

51.5%

508

4

2

134

2

TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TDS 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Gerald Howse 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

6’ 1” 

219

136

587

4.3

10

36

0

Ja'meel Woodard 

Kilgore  

5’ 9” 

215

97

455

4.69

7

‐2

0

TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Kyle Aubuchon 

Blinn

WR

5’ 11” 

190

31

541

17.6

4

Andrew Hellreigel 

Trinity Valley 

WR

5’ 11” 

180

28

475

17

4

Adrian Henderson 

Trinity Valley 

WR

6’ 0” 

185

24

271

11.3

3

Darrin Brown 

Kilgore

WR

6’ 1” 

190

7

132

18.9

3

Mason Powledge 

Kilgore

TE

6’ 6” 

255

4

22

5.5

1

BLINN

QB

TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

ADRIAN HENDERSON

PLAYER

COLLEGE

Derek Hoffpauir 

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Tyler

6’ 1” 

280

11

11

Cooper Rash 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

6’ 3” 

270

9

9

Caleb Craig 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

6’ 3” 

324

7

6

Jake Stubblefield 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

6’ 3” 

348

7

6

Tramon Shead 

Kilgore

6’ 4” 

290

9

5

Shawn McKinney 

Trinity Valley 

6’ 4” 

350

11

3

Kenneth Milo 

Trinity Valley 

6’ 5” 

295

11

2

Kenny Walker 

Kilgore

6’ 2” 

285

9

2

Brandon Garre  

Trinity Valley 

6’ 6” 

290

11

0

PJ Sco  

NE Oklahoma A&M 

6’ 2” 

285

9

0

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

Deonte Cruse 

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

NE Oklahoma A&M 

DL

6’ 0” 

290

70

1

2

3

2

De'angelo Jennings 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

DE

6’ 1” 

210

64

3

3

3

2

George Rogers 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

DL

6’ 3” 

308

43

2

2

0

0

Logan David 

Blinn

DL

6’ 4” 

340

38

5

1

2

0

Stuart Mouchantaf 

Blinn

DL

6’ 3” 

300

37

5

1

1

0

Kewan Alfred 

Trinity Valley 

DE

6’ 3” 

250

31

7

2

2

2

Malon Neal 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

DL

6’ 1” 

295

25

1

0

0

0

Efrem Clark 

Trinity Valley 

DE

6’ 3” 

260

14

2

2

0

0

Raphael Cox 

Trinity Valley 

DL

6’ 3” 

265

12

0

0

0

0

TRINITY VALLEY

LOGAN DAVID

BLINN

DL

DE

CHARLES WOODS

KILGORE

KEWAN ALFRED

LB

TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Jaiari Dunaway 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

6’ 1” 

224

86

1

1

3

0

0

Earl Hines 

Blinn

6’ 3” 

230

75

5

3

1

0

0

Brandon Thornton 

Blinn

6’ 3” 

210

71

8

1

0

2

0

Kevin Palin 

Kilgore

6’ 1” 

205

68

5

2

2

1

0

Ma hew Gregg 

Kilgore

5’ 10” 

220

59

3

2

0

0

0

Charles Woods 

Kilgore

5’ 11” 

195

49

6.5

1.5

0

0

1

DJ Schexnider 

Trinity Valley 

6’ 1” 

210

15

2

0

0

0

0

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PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INTS

DEF. TD 

Tevin Broussard 

Blinn

S

6’ 2” 

190

47

0

1

1

0

Demarcus Armstrong 

Kilgore

S

6’ 1” 

185

30

0

0

0

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TOP RETURNING KICKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Kurt Walker 

HT.

WT.

FGM

FGA

XPM

XPA

TB

Blinn

5’ 11” 

175

8

6

67

68

14

Saul Mar nez 

Trinity Valley 

5’ 10” 

170

6

9

54

54

7

Dylan Nowak 

Kilgore

6’ 0” 

190

5

11

32

37

0

TOP RETURNING PUNTERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Kyle Aubuchon 

Blinn

HT.

WT.

PUNTS

5’ 11” 

190

20

YDS/PUNT INSIDE 20 

39.2

7

TOP RETURNING PUNT RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Kyle Aubuchon 

Blinn

HT.

WT.

PR

PR YDS 

YDS/PR

TD

5’ 11” 

190

13

357

27.5

1

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WESTERN STATES FOOTBALL LEAGUE CONFERENCE INFORMATION First Season:

Commissioner: Jerry Smith

Playoffs: None

Bowl Ties: El Toro, Valley of the Sun

National Champions: 7 — ‘05, ‘00, ‘88, ‘85, ‘75, ‘73, ‘64

MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

Arizona Western College

Matadors

Yuma, Ariz.

Eastern Arizona College

Gila Monsters

Thatcher, Ariz.

Glendale Community College

Gauchos

Glendale, Ariz.

Mesa Community College

Thunderbirds

Mesa, Ariz.

New Mexico Military Academy

Broncos

Roswell, N.M.

Phoenix College

Bears

Phoenix, Ariz.

Pima Community College

Aztecs

Tucson, Ariz.

Scottsdale Community College

Fighting Artichokes

Scottsdale, Ariz.

Snow College

Bears

Ephraim, Utah

PAST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

YEAR

COLLEGE

2011

Arizona Western

2010

Snow

Glendale

2005

2009

Arizona Western

Glendale

2000

2008

Snow

Glendale

1988

2007

Snow

Snow

1985

2006

Snow

Mesa

1975

2005

Glendale

Mesa

1973

2004

Scottsdale

Phoenix

1964

2003

Dixie State

2002

Dixie State

*Erie, Hudson Valley, Morrisville State

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2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-WSFL OFFENSE

Arizona Western

11-1 (8-0)

POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

QB Cody Sokol 

Sco sdale

SO

RB Rashon Evans 

Eastern Arizona 

SO

RB Damien Williams 

Arizona Western 

SO

WR Joshua Ford 

Arizona Western 

SO

WR Ronrei Lloyd 

Snow

FR

WR Demetrius Wilson 

Glendale

SO

TE

Sco sdale

SO

Blake Jackson 

YEAR

OL Ellwood Clement 

Eastern Arizona 

SO

New Mexico Military

9-3 (6-2)

OL Daniel Glauser 

New Mexico Military 

SO

Eastern Arizona

8-4 (5-3)

OL William Harris 

Arizona Western 

SO

Glendale

8-4 (5-3)

OL Patrick Ward 

Glendale

SO

Snow

9-3 (5-3)

C

Arizona Western 

SO

Scottsdale

7-4 (4-4)

Pima

3-8 (2-6)

Phoenix

2-9 (1-7)

Mesa

1-10 (0-8)

David Kel’ikuewa 

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-WSFL DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

DL Quinton Brown 

Eastern Arizona 

FR

DL Randy Gregory 

Arizona Western 

FR

DL Tenny Palepoi 

Snow

FR

DL Mike Pennell 

Sco sdale

SO

LB

Adarius Glanton 

Eastern Arizona 

SO

LB

John Mahe 

Snow

FR

LB

Steffon Mar n 

Arizona Western 

SO

LB

Chris Young 

Arizona Western 

SO

DB Travell Dixon 

Eastern Arizona 

SO

DB Tony Grimes 

Arizona Western 

SO

DB Tyrell Pearson 

Mesa

FR

DB Mohammed Seisay 

Eastern Arizona 

SO

2011 FIRST TEAM ALL-WSFL SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

K

Jon Mora 

Pima

FR

P

Cayle Chapman‐Brown 

Snow

SO

Arizona Western 

SO

RS De’Joshua Johnson 

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2012 CONFERENCE PREDICTIONS

COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

1. Arizona Western

4/4

11-1

2. Snow

4/7

9-3

3. Eastern Arizona

5/4

8-4

4. New Mexico Military

2/3

9-3

5. Glendale

2/3

8-4

6. Scottsdale

4/0

7-4

7. Mesa

5/4

1-10

8. Phoenix

5/4

2-9

9. Pima

2/6

3-8

*Predic ons compiled from survey provided to all programs

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. John O’Mera

Eastern Arizona

7 (64-22)

14 (102-66)

2. Thomas Minnick

Arizona Western

4 (35-10)

6 (52-16)

3. Mickey Bell

Glendale

5 (38-18)

5 (38-18)

4. Doug Madoski

Scottsdale

6 (32-29)

6 (32-29)

5. Tyler Hughes

Snow

1 (9-3)

1 (9-3)

6. Pat Nugent

Pima

3 (3-26)

3 (3-26)

7. Ryan Felker

Mesa

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

8. Joe Forchtner

New Mexico Military

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

9. Land Jacobson

Phoenix

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons do not include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING QUARTERBACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Chris an Stewart  Quinn Rollerson 

HT.

WT.

COMP. % 

PASS YDS 

PASS TD 

INTS

RUSH YDS 

RUSH TD 

Snow

6’ 1” 

195

40.0%

285

3

2

9

0

Pima

6’ 4” 

235

30.0%

97

0

2

42

1

TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Breon Allen 

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TDS 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Snow

5’ 7” 

195

114

771

6.8

10

78

0

Devin Mohn 

Eastern Arizona 

6’ 0” 

218

100

600

6

5

0

0

Michael Allen III 

Mesa

5’ 10” 

185

120

570

0

4

0

0

Ameer Deggs 

Eastern Arizona 

5’ 9” 

170

60

300

5

4

0

0

Devontre Burks 

Glendale

5’ 10” 

205

27

200

0

1

15

0

Chris Campbell 

Sco sdale

5’ 9” 

187

14

81

11.57

0

1

7

SNOW

RB

EASTERN ARIZONA

SNOW

RB

DEVIN MOHN

BREON ALLEN

WR

DAMOND POWELL

TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Damond Powell 

Snow

WR

5’ 11” 

195

29

606

20.9

4

Martwon Weaver 

Sco sdale

WR

6’ 0” 

170

28

514

18.4

7

Tristan McClelland 

Mesa

TE

6’ 5” 

230

28

483

17.3

4

Ian Juede 

Phoenix

WR

5’ 9” 

180

39

458

11.7

4

Spencer Grijalva 

Pima

TE

6’ 3” 

240

13

103

7.9

1

Emmanuel Bibbs 

Arizona Western 

TE

6’ 3” 

245

6

79

13.1

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TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Nathan Barley 

Arizona Western 

6’ 6” 

340

12

12

Brent Walker 

Arizona Western 

6’ 5” 

320

12

12

Junior Nieves 

Glendale

6’ 3” 

300

12

12

Steven Gurrola 

Glendale

6’ 2” 

290

12

11

Jus n Manu 

Snow

6’ 5” 

290

12

11

David Griffin 

Mesa

6’ 7” 

280

10

10

Ryan Paden 

Mesa

6’ 2” 

295

10

10

Lenicio Noble 

Phoenix

6’ 3” 

290

10

10

Dionte Savage 

Arizona Western 

6’ 6” 

350

12

8

Antonio Oliver 

Eastern Arizona 

6’ 5” 

295

11

8

Dalton Kaye 

Sco sdale

6’ 1” 

243

9

8

Ezek Suivaaia 

New Mexico Military 

6’ 5” 

295

11

7

Jaylen Hunter 

Arizona Western 

6’ 5” 

265

10

7

Ryan Mulitalo 

Snow

6’ 3” 

315

12

6

C.J. Anderson 

Phoenix

6’ 2” 

290

9

6

Aaron Reed 

Sco sdale

6’ 3” 

299

8

6

Fred Ruff 

Phoenix

6’ 6” 

335

5

5

Jordon Christenson 

Pima

6’ 3” 

315

3

3

ARIZONA WESTERN

DE

RANDY GREGORY

TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

53

PLAYER

COLLEGE

Randy Gregory 

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

Arizona Western 

DE

6’ 6” 

240

82

20.5

9

3

2

Jeffery Brown 

Arizona Western 

DL

6’ 3” 

295

55

12

5.5

1

1

Chevrolet Mikaele 

New Mexico Military 

DE

6’ 3” 

260

53

5

2

2

1

Tevin Wheaton 

Phoenix College 

DL

6’ 2” 

300

34

4

1

0

0

Denzell Jones 

Phoenix College 

DL

6’ 3” 

310

27

3

3

0

0

Maurice Chavis 

Pima

DL

6’ 1” 

290

27

3

0

1

3

Jake Miller 

Snow

DE

6’ 3” 

240

18

4

3

0

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TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Clarence Williams 

Pima

6’ 0” 

205

78

14

1

2

2

0

Risa Mapu 

New Mexico Military 

6’ 0” 

215

67

3

1

2

1

0

Nik Wolford 

Snow

6’ 0” 

225

46

1

0

0

1

0

Ashton Young 

Phoenix

6’ 2” 

205

41

1

2

0

0

0

D'Vante Henry 

Arizona Western 

6’ 6” 

230

26

7.5

3.5

0

0

0

ARIZONA WESTERN

RISATI MAPU

NEW MEXICO MILITARY

CLARENCE WILLIAMS

CB

PIMA

NATE WILLIS

LB

LB

TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Kevin Reaves 

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INTS

DEF. TD 

New Mexico Military 

CB

5’ 8” 

180

39

1

1

3

0

Nate Willis 

Arizona Western 

CB

6’ 1” 

185

31

1

0

3

1

Darius Kelly 

Pima

S

6’ 0” 

195

29

3

0

3

2

Davon ay Jones 

Pima

CB

5’ 9” 

170

24

0

0

2

1

Dallas Nichols 

Glendale

S

6’ 2” 

200

71

2

2

1

0

Okoye Bozeman 

Eastern Arizona 

S

5’ 11” 

205

52

1

1

1

0

Rhe Nebeker 

Eastern Arizona 

S

6’ 0” 

185

42

1

1

1

0

Brandon Perkins 

Pima

S

5’ 10” 

185

36

1

1

1

0

Diondre Moore‐Young 

Glendale

CB

5’ 9” 

185

34

0

2

1

1

Zac Chris an 

Snow

CB

5’ 11” 

195

22

0

0

1

0

D.J. Geroux 

Sco sdale

S

6’ 2” 

190

33

0

1

0

0

Shawn Sharkey 

Snow

CB

5’ 10” 

190

13

0

0

0

0

Avery Boykin 

Glendale

CB

5’ 10” 

185

16

0

0

0

0

Ma McElroy 

Sco sdale

S

6’ 0” 

180

6

0

0

0

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TOP RETURNING KICKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

FGM

FGA

XPM

XPA

TB

Jordan Rueschoff 

Glendale

6’ 2” 

185

11

11

48

51

0

Dominick Vizzare 

Sco sdale

6’ 5” 

253

4

4

17

20

0

Tilghman Harvey 

Arizona Western 

6’ 0” 

190

2

4

27

33

16

TOP RETURNING PUNTERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Dominick Vizzare 

HT.

WT.

PUNTS

YDS/PUNT INSIDE 20 

Sco dale

6’ 5” 

253

33

36.7

0

Tilghman Harvey 

Arizona Western 

6’ 0” 

190

15

35.8

6

Tim Callian 

New Mexico Military 

6’ 3” 

170

40

35

5

DARIUS KELLY

PIMA

KR

TOP RETURNING KICK RETURNERS

55

PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

KR

KR YDS 

YDS/KR

TD

Darius Kelly 

Pima

6’ 0” 

195

20

484

24.2

0

Nate Willis 

Arizona Western 

6’ 1” 

185

4

133

33.3

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INDEPENDENTS MEMBER SCHOOLS COLLEGE

MASCOT

LOCATION

Alfred State College

Pioneers

Alfred, N.Y.

Arkansas Baptist College

Buffaloes

Little Rock, Ark.

Dakota College-Bottineau

Lumberjacks

Bottineau, N.D.

Georgia Military College

Bulldogs

Milledgeville, Ga.

Globe Institute of Technology

Knights

New York, N.Y.

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Georgia Military

2001

2012 INDEPENDENTS PREVIEW COLLEGE

RET. STARTERS (O/D) 

2011 RECORD 

Globe

7-4

Alfred State

2/8

6-4

Alfred State

6-4

Arkansas Baptist

1/6

1-9

Georgia Military

6-4

Dakota-Bottineau

2/4

4-4

Dakota-Bottineau

4-4

Georgia Military

6/5

6-4

Arkansas Baptist

1-9

Globe

3/3

7-4

WINNINGEST ACTIVE COACHES

COACH

COLLEGE

SCHOOL SEASONS (RECORD) 

CAREER SEASONS (RECORD) 

1. Bert Williams

Georgia Military

12 (95-32)

12 (95-32)

2. Mick Caba

Alfred State

12 (55-64)

15 (65-29)

3. Richard Wilson

Arkansas Baptist

5 (9-38)

5 (9-38)

4. Tim Pfeifer

Dakota-Bottineau

2 (7-9)

2 (7-9)

5. Cameron Chadwick

Globe

0 (0-0)

0 (0-0)

*Seasons do not include upcoming season

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TOP RETURNING QUARTERBACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

COMP. % 

PASS YDS 

PASS TD 

INTS

RUSH YDS 

RUSH TD 

Anthony Riggin 

Georgia Military 

6'0

190

62.5%

726

7

4

316

4

TOP RETURNING RUNNING BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

CARRIES

RUSH YDS. 

YDS/CRY

RUSH TDS 

REC. YDS 

REC. TD 

Triuq Gordon 

Globe

5’ 10” 

210

110

550

5

2

78

0

Ikeem Williams 

Globe

5’ 8” 

170

45

230

5.1

1

0

0

Mario Alford 

Georgia Military 

5’ 11” 

180

33

226

6.8

4

117

1

GEORGIA MILITARY

MARIO ALFORD

GEORGIA MILITARY

RB

OL

TRENTON BROWN

TOP RETURNING WIDE RECEIVERS/TIGHT ENDS PLAYER

COLLEGE

POS.

HT.

WT.

REC.

REC. YDS 

YDS/REC.

REC. TD 

Kris Hurley 

Georgia Military 

TE

6’ 4” 

250

4

61

16.1

1

Randy Staford 

Globe

WR

5’ 10” 

180

15

135

9.0

1

TOP RETURNING OFFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

Trenton Brown  Tre Carter 

HT.

WT.

GAMES

STARTS

Georgia Military 

6’ 8” 

345

10

10

Georgia Military 

6’ 3” 

290

10

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TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE LINEMEN PLAYER

COLLEGE

Christopher Dorn  Devon Johnson 

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

Globe

DL

6’ 4” 

245

35

8

3

3

1

Georgia Military 

DE

6’ 3” 

275

11

4

3

0

0

TOP RETURNING LINEBACKERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

TFL

SACKS

FF

FR

INT

Eric Staley 

Globe

6’ 1” 

230

80

10

0

5

2

0

Brandon Golson 

Georgia Military 

6’ 2” 

230

24

7

3

2

3

1

TOP RETURNING DEFENSIVE BACKS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Tavon Gatlin 

Globe

Neville Hewi  

Georgia Military 

Rodney Hall 

Globe

Tiquen on Coleman  Ronnie Mar n 

POS.

HT.

WT.

TACKLES

FF

FR

INTS

DEF. TD 

CB

5’ 9” 

180

48

2

4

3

1

S

6’ 2” 

220

46

1

0

1

1

CB

6’ 1” 

170

35

0

2

1

0

Georgia Military 

S

5’ 11” 

195

30

2

0

0

0

Georgia Military 

CB

5’ 10” 

180

11

0

1

0

1

TOP RETURNING KICK RETURNERS PLAYER

COLLEGE

Rodney Hall 

Globe

HT.

WT.

KR

KR YDS 

YDS/KR

TD

6’ 1” 

170

10

267

26.7

1

TOP RETURNING PUNT RETURNERS

59

PLAYER

COLLEGE

Tavon Gatlin 

Globe

HT.

WT.

PR

PR YDS 

YDS/PR

TD

5’ 9” 

180

10

360

36.0

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The 2011 NJCAA football season concluded with eight highly‐intriguing bowl games that saw blow outs, upsets and the  crowning of a new na onal champion.    No. 2 East Mississippi Community College squared‐off against No. 1 Arizona Western  College in the El Toro Bowl, which served as the NJCAA Na onal Championship Game. In a  shootout that set a new total points record for the  tle game,  the East Mississippi Lions  came out on top 55‐47 to claim the school’s first na onal championship in any sport. First  team All‐American quarterback Bo Wallace led the Lions with 452 yards passing and seven  touchdowns.     Outside of the championship game, three of the most an cipated matchups of the bowl season  featured teams out of the SWJCFC (Southwest Junior College Football Conference). In the  Mississippi Bowl, No. 5 Blinn College (Texas) suffered a demoralizing 46‐17 loss to No.  9 Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. No. 10 Trinity Valley Community  College (Texas) went down as well with a 21‐17 defeat at the hands of No. 3 Butler  Community College (Kan.) in the Ci zen’s Bank Bowl. No. 6 Navarro College (Texas)  was the lone SWJCFC team to score a victory, taking care of No. 12 New Mexico  Military Ins tute 40‐24 in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl.    In the closest contest of the bowl season, No. 11 Dean College (Mass.) edged out a 26‐25 win over No. 18 Glendale  Community College (Ariz.) in the Valley of the Sun Bowl. With less than two minutes remaining, the Bulldogs of Dean  scored the go‐ahead touchdown on a pass from sophomore quarterback Jamal Small. Glendale would respond with a  drive of their own but missed a 34‐yard field goal to give Dean the victory.    Despite the high‐level of comple on, the bowl season did see its fair share of lopsided affairs. No. 14 Hutchinson  Community College (Kan.) racked up the most points of any team with a 70‐20 rout of No. 19 Lackawanna  College (Pa.) in the Salt City Bowl. The Zions Bank Top of the Mountains bowl was one‐sided as well, with   No. 16 Snow College (Utah) domina ng No. 17 Eastern Arizona College 36‐9.    The Graphic Edge Bowl once again kicked‐off the bowl season and saw the MFC (Midwest Football Conference) teams  sweep the squads from the MCAC (Minnesota College Athle c Conference). Iowa Central Community College  defeated No. 15 Central Lakes College‐Brainerd (Minn.) 42‐12 in the opening game, while the feature contest saw   No. 8 Iowa Western Community College shutout No. 7 Rochester Community & Technical College (Minn.) 62‐0.  

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2011 FINAL NJCAA FOOTBALL POLL

COLLEGE 

RECORD

1. EAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE

12-0

2. BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

11-1

3. ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE

11-1

4. GRAND RAPIDS COMMUNTIY COLLEGE

10-0

5. NAVARRO COLLEGE

10-2

6. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE

10-2

7. IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

9-2

8. DEAN COLLEGE

8-1

9. HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

9-3

10. BLINN COLLEGE

9-2

11. TRINITY VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

8-3

12. SNOW COLLEGE

9-3

13. NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE

8-2

14. NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE

9-3

15. HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

7-3

16. GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

8-4

17. ROCHESTER COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGE

11-1

18. TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE

7-4

19. EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE

8-4

20. IOWA CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE

6-4

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2011 PRESEASON POLL 0-0

1. NAVARRO

2-0

1. NAVARRO

2-0

2. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

0-0

2. BLINN

2-0

2. BLINN

3-0

3. BUTLER

0-0

3. HUTCHINSON

2-0

3. ARIZONA WESTERN

2-0

4. BLINN

0-0

4. BUTLER

1-1

4. NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI

2-0

5. ARIZONA WESTERN

0-0

5. ARIZONA WESTERN

1-0

5. BUTLER

2-1

6. HUTCHINSON

0-0

6. NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI

1-0

6. IOWA WESTERN

3-0

7. SNOW

0-0

7. SNOW

1-0

7. SNOW

2-0

8. PEARL RIVER

0-0

7. IOWA WESTERN

2-0

8. EAST MISSISSIPPI

2-0

9. NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI

0-0

9. EAST MISSISSIPPI

1-0

9. GRAND RAPIDS

3-0

10. GEORGIA MILITARY

0-0

10. GRAND RAPIDS

2-0

10. TRINITY VALLEY

3-0

11. NASSAU

0-0

11. TRINITY VALLEY

2-0

11. NASSAU

2-0

12. IOWA WESTERN

0-0

12. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

0-1

12. EASTERN ARIZONA

3-0

13. GRAND RAPIDS

0-0

13. NASSAU

1-0

13. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

1-1

14. TRINITY VALLEY

0-0

14. PEARL RIVER

0-1

14. HUTCHINSON

2-1

15. COFFEYVILLE

0-0

15. EASTERN ARIZONA

1-0

15. PEARL RIVER

1-1

16. EAST MISSISSIPPI

0-0

16. GEORGIA MILITARY

0-1

16. COFFEYVILLE

2-1

17. ELLSWORTH

0-0

17. COFFEYVILLE

1-1

17. LACKAWANNA

2-0

18. EASTERN ARIZONA

0-0

18. CENTRAL LAKES

2-0

18. GLENDALE

3-0

19. COPIAH-LINCOLN

0-0

19. LACKAWANNA

1-0

19. CENTRAL LAKES

3-0

20. LACKAWANNA

0-0

19. GLENDALE

2-0

20. COPIAH-LINCOLN

2-0

WEEK 5 (SEPT. 27)

WEEK 4 (SEPT. 20)

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WEEK 3 (SEPT. 13)

1. NAVARRO

WEEK 6 (OCT. 4)

1. NAVARRO

3-0

1. NAVARRO

4-0

1. BLINN

5-0

2. BLINN

4-0

2. BLINN

4-0

2. ARIZONA WESTERN

5-0

3. ARIZONA WESTERN

3-0

3. ARIZONA WESTERN

4-0

3. EAST MISSISSIPPI

5-0

4. EAST MISSISSIPPI

3-0

4. EAST MISSISSIPPI

4-0

4. SNOW

5-0

5. IOWA WESTERN

4-0

5. IOWA WESTERN

5-0

5. BUTLER

5-1

6. SNOW

3-0

6. SNOW

4-0

6. GRAND RAPIDS

6-0

7. BUTLER

3-1

7. BUTLER

4-1

7. NAVARRO

4-1

8. GRAND RAPIDS

4-0

8. GRAND RAPIDS

5-0

8. TRINITY VALLEY

5-0

9. NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI

2-1

9. TRINITY VALLEY

4-0

9. HUTCHINSON

4-1

9. TRINITY VALLEY

3-0

10. NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI

3-1

10. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

4-1

11. HUTCHINSON

3-1

11. HUTCHINSON

3-1

11. IOWA WESTERN

5-1

12. GLENDALE

4-0

12. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

3-1

12. NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI

5-0

13. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

2-1

13. PEARL RIVER

3-1

13. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

5-0

14. LACKAWANNA

3-0

14. COFFEYVILLE

3-1

14. COFFEYVILLE

4-1

15. PEARL RIVER

2-1

15. NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI

4-0

15. EASTERN ARIZONA

5-1

16. COFFEYVILLE

2-1

16. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

4-0

16. ROCHESTER

6-0

17. CENTRAL LAKES

4-0

17. ROCHESTER

5-0

17. HINDS

4-1

17. SCOTTSDALE

4-0

18. LOUISBURG

4-0

18. NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI

3-2

19. NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI

3-0

19. GLENDALE

4-1

19. NASSAU

4-1

20. ROCHESTER

4-0

20. EASTERN ARIZONA

4-1

20. CENTRAL LAKES

5-1

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WEEK 8 (OCT. 18)

WEEK 7 (OCT. 11)

WEEK 9 (OCT. 25)

1. BLINN

6-0

1. BLINN

7-0

1. BLINN

8-0

2. ARIZONA WESTERN

6-0

2. ARIZONA WESTERN

7-0

2. ARIZONA WESTERN

8-0

3. EAST MISSISSIPPI

6-0

3. EAST MISSISSIPPI

7-0

3. EAST MISSISSIPPI

8-0

4. SNOW

6-0

4. BUTLER

7-1

4. BUTLER

8-1

5. BUTLER

6-1

5. SNOW

7-0

5. GRAND RAPIDS

9-0

6. GRAND RAPIDS

7-0

6. GRAND RAPIDS

8-0

6. NAVARRO

7-1

7. NAVARRO

5-1

7. NAVARRO

6-1

7. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

7-1

8. TRINITY VALLEY

6-0

8. HUTCHINSON

6-1

8. IOWA WESTERN

7-1

9. HUTCHINSON

5-1

9. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

6-1

9. TRINITY VALLEY

7-1

10. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

5-1

10. IOWA WESTERN

6-1

10. HINDS

7-1

11. IOWA WESTERN

5-1

11. TRINITY VALLEY

6-1

11. SNOW

7-1

12. COFFEYVILLE

5-1

12. HINDS

6-1

12. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

7-1

13. EASTERN ARIZONA

6-1

13. ROCHESTER

8-0

13. ROCHESTER

9-0

14. HINDS

5-1

14. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

6-1

14. EASTERN ARIZONA

7-2

15. ROCHESTER

7-0

15. NASSAU

6-1

15. HUTCHINSON

6-2

16. NASSAU

5-1

16. NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI

6-1

16. DEAN

6-1

17. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

5-1

17. CENTRAL LAKES

7-1

17. COFFEYVILLE

6-2

18. NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI

5-1

18. GLENDALE

6-2

18. NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI

6-2

19. CENTRAL LAKES

6-1

19. COFFEYVILLE

5-2

19. NASSAU

6-2

20. GLENDALE

5-2

20. EASTERN ARIZONA

6-2

20. CENTRAL LAKES

7-2

WEEK 11 (NOV. 8)

WEEK 10 (NOV. 1)

WEEK 12 (NOV. 15)

1. BLINN

9-0

1. ARIZONA WESTERN

10-0

1. ARIZONA WESTERN

11-0

2. ARIZONA WESTERN

9-0

2. EAST MISSISSIPPI

10-0

2. EAST MISSISSIPPI

11-0

3. EAST MISSISSIPPI

9-0

3. BUTLER

9-1

3. BUTLER

10-1

4. BUTLER

8-1

4. GRAND RAPIDS

10-0

3. GRAND RAPIDS

10-0

5. GRAND RAPIDS

9-0

5. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

9-1

5. BLINN

9-1

6. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

8-1

6. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

9-1

6. NAVARRO

9-2

7. IOWA WESTERN

8-1

7. BLINN

9-1

7. ROCHESTER

11-0

8. TRINITY VALLEY

8-1

8. HUTCHINSON

8-2

8. IOWA WESTERN

8-2

9. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

8-1

9. NAVARRO

8-2

9. MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST

9-2

7-2

10. ROCHESTER

11-0

10. TRINITY VALLEY

8-2

11. NAVARRO

7-2

11. IOWA WESTERN

8-2

11. DEAN

7-1

12. ROCHESTER

10-0

12. TRINITY VALLEY

8-2

12. NEW MEXICO MILITARY

9-2

13. DEAN

6-1

13. DEAN

7-1

13. NASSAU

8-2

14. HINDS

7-2

14. NASSAU

7-2

14. HUTCHINSON

8-3

15. SNOW

7-2

15. CENTRAL LAKES

7-2

15. CENTRAL LAKES

7-2

16. NASSAU

7-2

16. EASTERN ARIZONA

7-3

16. SNOW

8-3

17. NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI

6-3

17. TYLER

7-3

17. EASTERN ARIZONA

8-3

18. CENTRAL LAKES

7-2

18. GLENDALE

7-3

18. GLENDALE

8-3

19. EASTERN ARIZONA

7-3

19. SNOW

7-3

19. LACKAWANNA

7-3

20. COFFEYVILLE

6-3

20. HINDS

7-3

20. HINDS

7-3

10. HUTCHINSON

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Sta s cally, Bo Wallace compiled the best season by a quarterback in the history of the NJCAA. Wallace broke three  NJCAA single‐season records, while leading the East Mississippi Lions to a perfect 12‐0 record.  The freshman set new NJCAA records with 4,604 passing yards, 53 passing touchdowns and  4,810 yards of total offense. Wallace became only the second player in NJCAA history to   surpass the 4,000‐yard mark passing and the first freshman to win the offensive award   since 2004.    In all 12 games this season, Wallace registered over 300 yards of total offense. Wallace also  threw for over 400 yards five  mes and recorded seven passing touchdowns in four games. At the El Toro Bowl,   Wallace put on his best performance of the season to outgun No. 1 Arizona Western College 55‐47 for the na onal  championship. Wallace completed 31‐of‐44 passes for 486 yards and seven touchdown passes, the most ever thrown  in a NJCAA sanc oned na onal  tle game.    From Pulaski, Tenn., Wallace transferred to East Mississippi from Arkansas State University. With the hiring of Hugh  Freeze at Ole Miss, Wallace decided to reunite with the former‐Arkansas State coach.  Going into the fall, Wallace is a  strong candidate to run the Rebels offense in 2012. 

Caleb Leichtnam’s ball‐hawking skills made him the single biggest defensive threat on the field last season. His   defensive efforts anchored Rochester’s Top 10 passing defense and spurred the Yellowjackets on to an 11‐0 record   in the regular season and their second‐consecu ve MCAC championship.    Leichtnam intercepted 20 passes in 2011, sha ering the previous NJCAA single‐season record of  14. The freshman had mul ple intercep ons in seven games last season, including three contests  where he picked off three or more passes. Totaling 422 return yards off his intercep ons,  Leichtnam returned two picks for touchdowns in 2011. He also tallied 39 total tackles, including three for a loss.    The best effort Leichtnam displayed this season was his four‐intercep on performance in a 12‐2 key conference win over  Central Lakes College‐Brainerd (Minn.). That showing earned Leichtnam one of his two Offensive Player of the Week  awards in 2011.    Leichtnam is the second player from Rochester to receive Player of the Year honors. The first freshman to win the   defensive award since 2007, Leichtnam is set to make another run with Rochester this year.  

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2011 FIRST TEAM NJCAA ALL-AMERICA OFFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

QB Bo Wallace 

East Mississippi Community College 

FR

Ole Miss 

RB Damien Williams 

Arizona Western College 

SO

Oklahoma

RB Rasheed Williams 

Louisburg College 

SO

Akron

WR Marquez Clark 

Navarro College 

SO

Kansas State 

WR Cordarrelle Pa erson 

Hutchinson Community College 

SO

Tennessee

TE

Sco sdale Community College 

SO

Oklahoma State 

OL Armando Alvarez 

Blinn College 

SO

UTSA

OL Ellwood Clement 

Eastern Arizona College 

SO

Kansas State 

OL Donald Hawkins 

Northwest Mississippi Community College 

SO

Texas

OL Carlin Landingham 

Grand Rapids Community College 

SO

*North Dakota State 

C

Arizona Western College 

SO

Bowling Green 

Blake Jackson 

David Kel’ikuewa     

*NCAA DI FCS 

2011 FIRST TEAM NJCAA ALL-AMERICA DEFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

DL Denico Autry 

East Mississippi Community College 

SO

Mississippi State 

DL Marcus Cribbs 

Grand Rapids Community College 

SO

Not Returning 

DL Chaz Nelson 

Garden City Community College 

SO

Oklahoma

DL Bernardo Nunez 

Lackawanna College 

SO

UMass

LB

Jermaine Longino 

Trinity Valley Community College 

SO

*Lamar

LB

Martell Spaight 

Coffeyville Community College 

FR

RETURNING

LB

Christopher Young 

Arizona Western College 

SO

Arizona State 

DB Travell Dixon 

Eastern Arizona College 

SO

Alabama

DB Alonzo Lawrence 

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College 

SO

Not Returning 

DB Caleb Leichtman 

Rochester Community & Tech College 

FR

RETURNING

DB Zachary Miller 

Butler Community College ‐ KS 

SO

Troy

 

*NCAA DI FCS 

2011 FIRST TEAM NJCAA ALL-AMERICA SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

K

Cody Dickson 

Iowa Western Community College 

SO

Not Returning 

P

Zachary Kerndt 

Iowa Central Community College 

SO

*Northern Iowa 

SO

Not Returning 

RS Kali Raashad     

Cisco College   

*NCAA DI FCS 

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2011 SECOND TEAM NJCAA ALL-AMERICA OFFENSE POS. PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YEAR

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 

QB Cody Sokol 

Sco sdale Community College 

SO

Iowa

RB Marion Grice 

Blinn College 

SO

Arizona State 

RB Vintavious Cooper 

Southwest Mississippi CC 

SO

East Carolina 

WR Javon Bell 

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC 

SO

Texas Tech 

WR Kendall Wrenn 

Butler Community College  

SO

^Midwestern State 

Grand Rapids Community College 

SO

^Shaw

OL Dylan Holley 

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC 

SO

Mississippi State 

OL John McClure 

Butler Community College  

FR

RETURNING

OL Mark Glowinski 

Lackawanna College 

SO

West Virginia 

OL Travon Carter 

Trinity Valley Community College 

SO

*Eastern Kentucky 

Nate Richards 

Trinity Valley Community College 

SO

Rice

TE

C

Keyon Cole 

2011 SECOND TEAM NJCAA ALL-AMERICA DEFENSE DL Calvin Barne  

Navarro College 

SO

Oklahoma State 

DL Demarcus Lawrence 

Butler Community College  

SO

Boise State 

DL Dontrill Hyman  DL  Tenny Palepoi 

Hinds Community College 

FR

RETURNING

Snow College 

FR

Utah

2011 HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE POS.

PLAYER

COLLEGE

QB Kramer Berg 

Rochester CTC 

QB Tucker Carter 

Trinity Valley Community College 

LB

Christopher Ficklin 

East Central Community College 

SO

Northern Illinois 

QB Chandler Whitmer 

Butler Community College 

LB

Nick Gilbo 

Hudson Valley Community College 

FR

Buffalo

RB

Jasper Sanders 

Butler Community College 

RB

Aaron Wimberly 

Iowa Western Community College 

RB

Johnell Wortham 

Northland CTC 

LB

Terrell Porter 

DB Deion Belue 

Grand Rapids Community College 

FR

RETURNING

Northeast Mississippi CC 

SO

Alabama

DB Denhendret Collins 

Copiah‐Lincoln Community College 

SO

Ole Miss 

DB Evan Ray 

Grand Rapids Community College 

SO

Not Returning 

DB Kewi  Koonce 

Louisburg College 

SO

Not Returning 

2011 SECOND TEAM NJCAA ALL-AMERICA SPECIAL TEAMS K

Kurt Walker 

Blinn College 

FR

RETURNING

P

William Sco  

Mississippi Gulf Coast CC 

SO

Troy

RS

Wes Smith 

Iowa Western Community College 

SO

*Northern Iowa  *NCAA DI FCS    ^NCAA DII 

WR Dexter Holmes 

Ellsworth Community College 

WR Robert Jackson 

Dean College 

WR Lance Ray 

Northwest Mississippi CC 

OL

Mark Beard 

Coffeyville Community College 

OL

Daniel Glauser 

New Mexico Military Ins tute 

C

James Richards 

Trinity Valley Community College 

2011 HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE DL

Tyler Branz 

Iowa Western Community College 

DL

John Gandy 

Blinn College 

DL

Francis Mays 

Central Lakes College‐Brainerd 

DL

Michael Pennel 

Sco sdale Community College 

DL

Euylan Welch 

Mesabi Range CTC 

LB

David Conner 

Northwest Mississippi CC 

LB

Deshawn Lawrence 

Minnesota West CTC 

DB

Jeremy Baltazar 

Blinn College 

DB

Khambrel Garland 

Hutchinson Community College 

DB

Jeremy McKnight 

Navarro College 

DB

Marcus Pearson 

Mesa Community College 

2011 HONORABLE MENTION SPECIAL TEAMS

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K

Kyle Williams 

Hinds Community College 

P

Cayle Chapman‐Brown 

Snow College 

RS

De'Joshua Johnson 

Arizona Western College 

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2011 ACCFCA COACH OF THE YEAR — BUDDY STEPHENS (EAST MISSISSIPPI) Culmina ng a history‐making season for the Lions of East Mississippi Community College, EMCC head football coach Buddy Stephens was named  the 2011 American Community College Football Coaches Associa on Coach of the Year.     Stephens, a na ve of Huntsville, Ala., completed his fourth season as EMCC's head football coach by guiding the 2011  Lions to the school's first‐ever NJCAA na onal championship. The Lions' perfect 12‐0 campaign was capped off by their  55‐47 El Toro Bowl victory over previously top‐ranked Arizona Western College in the NJCAA Football Championship  Game played Dec. 3 in Yuma, Ariz. This past year, Stephens also guided EMCC to the program's second NJCAA Region  23/Mississippi Associa on of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) State Championship in the past three seasons.    In running the table on the gridiron this season with the na on's top‐rated offensive unit, the EMCC Lions knocked off eight teams that were ranked  among the NJCAA Top 20 at some point during the course of the season, including four foes ranked in the Top 5 na onally at the  me of their head‐ to‐head mee ngs with the Lions. The program's first‐ever, 12‐win season also included a third perfect 6‐0 mark in MACJC North Division play since  2008 as well as a fourth consecu ve appearance in the MACJC State Playoffs. 

2011-12 NJCAA FOOTBALL ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS STUDENT‐ATHLETE

COLLEGE

GPA

STUDENT‐ATHLETE

COLLEGE

GPA

STUDENT‐ATHLETE

COLLEGE

GPA

Pinnacle Award for Academic Excellence (4.0 GPA) Jordan Abaroa 

Sco sdale

4.0

Will Ashley 

Copiah‐Lincoln

Robert Smith 

Jones County 

4.0

4.0 David Matusiak II   

Chris an Stewart 

Itawamba

4.0

Snow

4.0

Superior Academic Achievement (3.8‐3.99 GPA) Daniel Simmons 

Pima

3.96 Craig Tigges 

Iowa Central 

3.95 Joel Piper 

Butler

3.94

Jacob Robbinson 

Snow

3.94 Stephen Seitz 

College of DuPage 

3.94 Adam Eastman 

Snow

3.92

Gary Ar ste 

Arkansas Bap st 

3.90 Dallas Buck 

Fort Sco  

3.87 Steven Campbell 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

3.87

John Goetz 

Dodge City 

3.87 David Kekuewa 

Arizona Western 

3.87 Cody Ryan 

Nassau

3.87

Nathan Seibert 

Iowa Western 

3.87 Clement Fellhoelter  Garden City 

3.85 Tate Rogers 

East Central 

3.84

Cody Carlson 

Northland

3.83 Dudley Moore 

Holmes

3.83 Clayton Christenson  Snow 

3.81

William Sco  

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

3.81 Tyler Williamson 

Highland

3.81 Youngren Andrew 

3.80

Jonathan Sper 

Grand Rapids 

3.80  

Fond du Lac   

Exemplary Academic Achievement (3.6‐3.79 GPA) Devereaux Filipe 

Snow

3.79 Ridge Nielsen 

Sco sdale

3.79 Ramsey Sellers 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

3.78

Aric Traver 

Iowa Western 

3.77 Dillon Sterling 

Mesa

3.76 Clinton Johnson 

Garden City 

3.75

Kyle Williams 

Hinds

3.75 Joshua Anding 

Navarro

3.74 Damir Djukanovic 

ASA

3.74

Thomas Salmon 

Nassau

3.74 Ryan Hubbell 

Iowa Western 

3.73 Lowry Akers 

Snow

3.71

Joe Campo 

Nassau

3.70 Derrick Wilson 

East Mississippi 

3.68 Nicholas Reuter 

Iowa Central 

3.67

Warnell Hardy 

Arkansas Bap st 

3.66 Adam Weber 

Garden City 

3.66 Thomas Ehrlich 

Harper

3.65

Spencer Gwin 

Butler

3.63 Stephen Thornton 

Snow

3.63 Jeremy Cornelius 

ASA

3.61

Jacob Bjostad 

Garden City 

3.60 Taylor Mendoza 

Hutchinson

3.60 Arthur Rucker 

Fort Sco  

3.60

Check out the all of the NJCAA 2011‐12 Academic Award Winners.  

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PASSING YARDS PLAYER 

COLLEGE

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS PASS YDS 

PLAYER 

PASS TD 

1. Bo Wallace 

East Mississippi 

4,604

1. Bo Wallace 

East Mississippi 

53

2. Cody Sokol 

Sco sdale

3,807

2. Cody Sokol 

Sco sdale

43

3. Adrian Nelson 

Navarro College 

3,747

3. Adrian Nelson 

Navarro

32

4. Melvin German 

Pearl River 

3,121

4. Ellio  Alford 

Hutchinson

32

5. Chandler Whitmer 

Butler

3,017

5. David Vega 

New Mexico Military 

28

6. Spencer Stone 

Glendale

2,876

6. Kramer Berg 

Rochester

28

7. Jacob Morgan 

Cisco

2,840

7. Ryan Mossakowski 

Northwest Mississippi 

26

8. David Vega 

New Mexico Military 

2,819

7. Tucker Carter 

Trinity Valley 

26

9. Jake Waters 

Iowa Western 

2,659

7. Jake Waters 

Iowa Western 

26

10. Tucker Carter 

Trinity Valley 

2,654

10. Chandler Whitmer 

Butler

25

10. Jacob Morgan 

Cisco

25

10. Spencer Stone 

Glendale

25

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COLLEGE

COLLEGE

PASSING YARDS PER GAME COMP.

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

PASS YDS 

1. Bo Wallace 

East Mississippi 

336

1. Bo Wallace 

East Mississippi  

383.7

2. Melvin German 

Pearl River 

293

2. Melvin German 

Pearl River  

346.8

3. Adrian Nelson 

Navarro

263

3. Cody Sokol 

Sco sdale  

346.1

4. Cody Sokol 

Sco sdale

253

4. Jacob Morgan 

Cisco  

315.6

5. Bryan Parnes 

Dodge City 

234

5. Adrian Nelson 

Navarro  

312.3

6. Jake Waters 

Iowa Western 

208

6. Ryan Mossakowski 

Northwest Mississippi  

269.1

7. Jacob Morgan 

Cisco

205

7. Tucker Carter 

Trinity Valley  

265.4

8. Spencer Stone 

Glendale

190

8. Chandler Whitmer 

Butler  

251.4

9. Ben Stevens 

Jones County 

188

9. Willie Tindal 

Ellsworth

243.9

9. Tucker Carter 

Trinity Valley 

188

10. Jake Waters 

Iowa Western 

241.7

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RUSHING YARDS PLAYER 

COLLEGE

RUSH YDS 

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

RUSH TD 

1. Damien Williams 

Arizona Western 

1,931

1. Damien Williams 

Arizona Western 

26

2. Jontel Clayton 

Iowa Central 

1,477

2. Rasheed Williams 

Louisburg

20

3. Rasheed Williams 

Louisburg

1,424

3. Jontel Clayton 

Iowa Central 

16

4. Rodriguez Moore 

East Mississippi 

1,303

3. Marion Grice 

Blinn

16

5. Vintavious Cooper 

Southwest Mississippi 

1,273

5. Jasper Sanders 

Butler

15

6. Martese Jackson 

Fort Sco  

1,100

6. Devin Jarre  

Grand Rapids 

14

7. Marion Grice 

Blinn

1,052

7. Eric Mathews 

Blinn

13

8. James Gillum 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

1,042

8. Deveon Dinwiddie 

Hutchinson

12

Jones County 

12

9. Johnell Wortham  10.  Vinnie Moore 

Northland

965

8. Lavoris Powell 

Kilgore

947

10. Brelyn Sorrells 

Blinn

11

10. Vintavious Cooper 

Southwest Mississippi 

11

10. Jake Waters 

Iowa Western 

11

CARRIES PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YARDS PER GAME

CARR.

1. Damien Williams 

Arizona Western 

259

2. Vintavious Cooper 

Southwest Mississippi 

247

1. Damien Williams 

Arizona Western 

160.9

3. Martese Jackson 

Fort Sco  

234

2. Jontel Clayton 

Iowa Central 

147.7

4. James Gillum 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

227

3. Rasheed Williams 

Louisburg

142.4

5. Jontel Clayton 

Iowa Central 

225

4. Vintavious Cooper 

Southwest Mississippi 

141.4

6. Rasheed Williams 

Louisburg

205

5. Martese Jackson 

Fort Sco  

137.5

7. Rodriguez Moore 

East Mississippi 

189

6. Rodriguez Moore 

East Mississippi 

108.6

8. Lavoris Powell 

Jones County 

182

7. Vinnie Moore 

Kilgore

105.2

9. Jamil Hines 

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

YDS/GAME

Glendale

177

7. Marion Grice 

Blinn

105.2

10. Aaron Wimberly 

Iowa Western 

174

9. Desmond Goode 

Alfred State 

104.7

10. Marion Grice 

Blinn

174

North Dakota SCS 

103.9

10. DJ Fuller 

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RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

COLLEGE

REC. YDS 

1. Marquez Clark 

Navarro

1,639

2. Kendall Wrenn 

Butler

1,171

1. Lacoltan Bester 

East Mississippi 

17

3. Lacoltan Bester 

East Mississippi 

1,042

2. Blake Jackson 

Sco sdale

16

4. Rodney Davis 

East Mississippi 

1,007

3. Cordarrelle Pa erson 

Hutchinson

15

5. Logan Stephens 

Dodge City 

977

4. Marquez Clark 

Navarro

14

6. Javon Bell 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

939

5. Lance Ray 

Northwest Mississippi 

12

7. Blake Jackson 

Sco sdale

934

5. Kali Rashaad 

Cisco

12

8. Demetrius Wilson 

Glendale

927

5. Kendall Wrenn 

Butler

12

9. Cordarrelle Pa erson 

Hutchinson

924

8. Jatavius Stewart 

Hutchinson

11

Trinity Valley 

864

8. Rodney Davis 

East Mississippi 

11

10. Quantavius Leslie 

Hinds

10

10. Roosevelt Morisset 

Northland

10

10. Devin Simmons 

Alfred State 

10

10. Derel Walker 

Trinity Valley 

10

10. Javon Bell 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

10

10. Demetrius Wilson 

Glendale

10

10. Josh Ford 

Arizona Western 

10

10. Derel Walker 

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

REC. TD 

RECEPTIONS PER GAME RECEPTIONS

COLLEGE

REC./GAME

Navarro

8.2

COLLEGE

REC.

1. Marquez Clark 

Navarro

98

2. Logan Stephens 

Dodge City 

7.7

2. Logan Stephens 

Dodge City 

77

3. Jonathan Duncan 

Pearl River 

7.2

3. Lacoltan Bester 

East Mississippi 

76

4. Dexter Holmes 

Ellsworth

6.4

4. Jonathan Duncan 

Pearl River 

65

5. Lacoltan Bester 

East Mississippi 

6.3

4. Javon Bell 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

65

6. Seth Roberts 

Pearl River 

6.2

6. Blake Jackson 

Sco sdale

62

7. Kali Rashaad 

Cisco

5.8

7. Cordarrelle Pa erson 

Hutchinson

61

8. Jordan Jenkins 

Coffeyville

5.7

Sco sdale

5.6

Kilgore

5.6

PLAYER 

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1. Marquez Clark 

8. Talon Haggard 

Glendale

60

9. Blake Jackson 

9. JJ Harbin 

East Mississippi 

58

9. Ricky Collins 

9. Josh Ford 

Arizona Western 

58

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TACKLES PLAYER 

COLLEGE

TACKLES

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

SACKS

1. Mario Gainer 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

138

1. Brandon Golson 

Georgia Military 

17

2. Chris Lipscomb 

Dodge City 

135

1. Rob Diane 

Ridgewater

17

3. Johnathan Cross 

Ridgewater

125

3. Darrius Edwards 

Georgia Military 

15

4. Terrance Franklin 

Cisco

123

3. Antonio Owah 

Lackawanna

15

5. Martrell Spaight 

Coffeyville

121

3. Fre'Shad Hunter 

Georgia Military 

15

5. Fidel Montgomery 

Southwest Mississippi 

121

6. Dontrill Hyman 

Hinds

14

7. Shawn Johnson 

Northland

120

7. Steve Finley 

Lackawanna

13

8. Brandon King 

Highland

118

8. Demarcus Lawrence 

Butler

Minnesota West 

117

9. Bernardo Nunez 

Lackawanna

11

Arizona Western 

111

9. Denico Autry 

East Mississippi 

11

9. Ty Branz 

Iowa Western 

11

9. Jeff Curtsinger  10.  Chris Young 

FORCED FUMBLES PLAYER 

11.5

INTERCEPTIONS

COLLEGE

FF

1. Tommy Sanders 

Butler

8

2. Montez Hedgepeth 

Louisburg

6

3. Deshawn Lawrence 

Minnesota West 

3. Chris Ficklin 

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

INT

1. Caleb Leichtnam 

Rochester

20

2. Kewi  Koonce 

Louisburg

11

5

3. Tyrell Pearson 

Mesa

8

East Central 

5

3. Adonis Armstrong 

Hinds

8

5. Kerry Burks 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

5

3. Drake Ferch 

Iowa Western 

8

6. Cameron Wiggins 

Itawamba

4

6. Zach Miller 

Butler

7

6. Tyler Williamson 

Highland

4

6. Frankie Lee 

Northeast Mississippi 

7

6. Anthony Garner 

Trinity Valley 

4

8. BJ Hendrix 

Rochester

6

6. Chaz Nelson 

Garden City 

4

8. Mohammed Seisay 

Eastern Arizona 

6

6. Chris Young 

Arizona Western 

4

8. Eric Riley 

Minnesota State 

6

6. Anthony Turner 

Alfred State 

4

8. Denhendret Collins 

Copiah‐Lincoln

6

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PUNTING AVERAGE

KICKING POINTS PLAYER 

COLLEGE

POINTS

PLAYER 

Iowa Western 

109

1. Zach Kerndt 

2. Connor Frazell 

Butler

100

2. Cayle Chapman‐Brown  Snow 

43.3

3. Kurt Walker 

Blinn

91

2. Will Sco  

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

43.3

4. Taylor Walker 

East Mississippi 

89

4. Andrew Brown 

Iowa Western 

41.7

5. Graham Ball 

New Mexico Military 

88

5. Jonathon Harrison 

Northeast Mississippi 

41.4

6. Michael Mesh 

Hutchinson

83

6. Rob Moffi  

East Central 

41.0

7. Jordan Rueschhoff 

Glendale

81

7. Ryan Harper 

Phoenix

40.7

8. Gregorio Cogne o 

Grand Rapids 

78

8. Nolan Long 

Copiah‐Lincoln

40.4

9. Trevor Pinkston 

Navarro

76

9. Zach Robinson 

Glendale

40.3

9. Taylor Pon us 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

76

9. Brandon Porter 

Eastern Arizona 

40.3

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

Iowa Central 

YDS/PUNT

1. Cody Dickson 

RETURN YARDS

45.0

RETURN TOUCHDOWNS RET. YDS 

PLAYER 

COLLEGE

RET. TD 

1. Kali Rashaad 

Cisco

977

1. De'joshua Johnson 

Arizona Western 

6

2. Marquez Clark 

Navarro

946

2. Malik Lo on 

Jones County 

6

3. Wes Smith 

Iowa Western 

924

3. Kali Rashaad 

Cisco

4

4. Josh Kimbell 

Pima

789

4. Max Dailey‐Thompson  New Mexico Military 

3

5. Max Dailey‐Thompson  New Mexico Military 

736

5. Cordarrelle Pa erson 

Hutchinson

3

6. Rodney Whitehead 

Dean

735

6. Broderick Gager 

Sco sdale

2

7. Rodney Davis 

East Mississippi 

719

7. Lance Ray 

Northwest Mississippi 

2

8. Deion Belue 

Northeast Mississippi 

693

8. Kent GANIOUS 

Trinity Valley 

2

9. Dexter Green 

Hudson Valley 

663

9. Deion Belue 

Northeast Mississippi 

2

Independence

650

Iowa Western 

2

10. Dontrez Washington 

73

COLLEGE

10. Wes Smith 

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NJCAA IN THE 2012 NFL DRAFT ROUND PICK (OVR)  PLAYER 

83

NFL TEAM 

NJCAA SCHOOL 

POS.

NCAA SCHOOL 

Nebraska

2

26(58)

Lavonte David 

Buccaneers  

Fort Sco  

OLB

3

28(91)

Lamar Holmes 

Falcons  

Itawamba

T

Southern Miss 

4

13(108) Philip Blake 

Broncos

Tyler

C

Baylor

4

36(131) Brandon Mosley 

Giants

Coffeyville

OT

Auburn

5

11(146) DeQuan Menzie 

Chiefs

Copiah‐Lincoln

CB

Alabama

5

15(150) Rokevious Watkins 

Rams  

Georgia Military 

OT

South Carolina 

5

19(154) Korey Toomer 

Seahawks  

Arizona Western 

ILB

Idaho

5

29(164) Jonathan Massaquoi  Falcons  

Butler

DE

Troy

5

35(170) Vick Ballard 

Colts  

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

RB

Mississippi St. 

6

9(179)

Saints  

Nassau

G

Syracuse

6

19(189) Christo Bilukidi 

Raiders

Eastern Arizona 

DE

Georgia State 

6

33(203) Robert T. Griffin 

Jets  

Navarro

G

Baylor

7

5(212)

Buccaneers

Eastern Arizona 

RB

Utah St. 

7

21(228) Jeris Pendleton 

Jaguars  

Joliet

DT

Ashland

7

45(252) Daryl Richardson 

Rams  

Cisco

RB

Abilene Chris an 

Andrew Tiller 

Michael Smith 

LAVONTE DAVID

LAMAR HOLMES

PHILLIP BLAKE

FORT SCOTT

ITAWAMBA

TYLER

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AFC NORTH

ROB NINKOVICH (JOLIET) POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

BENGALS DB

Reggie Nelson 

Coffeyville

BROWNS DE

Juqua Parker 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

DL

Ahtyba Rubin 

Trinity Valley 

RAVENS

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

LB

AFC EAST POS.

PLAYER

OL

Bryant McKinnie 

Lackawanna

DE

Ryan McBean 

Hinds

DE

Pernell McPhee 

Itawamba

DT

Terrence Cody 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

STEELERS DE

Bre Keisel 

Snow

NJCAA COLLEGE 

BILLS

CHRIS WHITE (MISS. GULF COAST)

WR

Donald Jones 

Lackawanna

LB

Chris White 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

DOLPHINS RB

Daniel Thomas 

Northwest Mississippi 

DT

Paul Soliai 

Coffeyville

JETS OL

Robert T. Griffin 

Navarro

DB

Ellis Lankster 

Jones County 

PATRIOTS WR Deion Branch 

Jones County 

LB

Rob Ninkovich 

Joliet

DB

Malcolm Williams 

Trinity Valley 

BUFFALO BILLS

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LB

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AFC SOUTH POS.

PLAYER

VICK BALLARD (MISS. GULF COAST)

NJCAA COLLEGE 

COLTS RB

Vick Ballard 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

RB

Deji Karim 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

LB

Mario Addison 

Northeast Mississippi 

JAGUARS DE

Jeremy Mincey 

Butler

DL

Corvey Irvin 

Georgia Military 

DL

Jeris Pendleton 

Joliet

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

TEXANS

AFC WEST

OL

Derek Newton 

Hinds

DE

Antonio Smith 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

LB

Tim Dobbins 

Copiah‐Lincoln

DB

Jonathan Joseph 

Coffeyville

DB

Glover Quin 

Southwest Mississippi 

POS.

Shaun Smith 

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

BRONCOS OL

Philip Blake 

Tyler

CHARGERS

TITANS DT

RB

Butler

DEQUAN MENZIE (COPIAH-LINCOLN)

LB

Demorrio Williams 

Kilgore

DT

Aubrayo Franklin 

Itawamba

CHIEFS OL

Ryan Lilja 

Coffeyville

DB

DeQuan Menzie 

Copiah‐Lincoln

RAIDERS DE

KANSAS CITY CHIFS

85

Christo Bilukidi 

DB

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Eastern Arizona 


NFC EAST POS.

PLAYER

NFC NORTH

NJCAA COLLEGE 

COWBOYS OL

Levi Adcock 

Chase Ford 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

Kilgore

GIANTS OL

Brandon Mosley 

Coffeyville

DE

Jason Pierre‐Paul 

Fort Sco  

LB

Jacquaine Williams 

Fort Sco  

Markus White 

NJCAA COLLEGE 

WR

Johnny Knox 

Tyler

OL

J'Marcus Webb 

Navarro

OL

Ricky Henry 

North Dakota SCS 

DE

Chauncey Davis 

Jones County 

DL

Stephen Paea 

Snow

LB

Patrick Trahan 

Northwest Mississippi 

DB

Jonathan Wilhite 

Butler

LIONS

REDSKINS LB

PLAYER

BEARS

EAGLES TE

POS.

Butler

JASON PIERRE-PAUL (FORT SCOTT)

QB

Shaun Hill 

Hutchinson

DE

Ed McClam 

Louisburg

DL

Nick Fairley 

Copiah‐Lincoln

DB

Amari Spievey 

Iowa Central 

DB

Drew Coleman 

Trinity Valley 

PACKERS DE

Jarius Wynn 

Georgia Military 

LB

Jamari La more 

Dodge City 

VIKINGS

NEW YORK GIANTS

OL

Phil Loadholt 

Garden City 

DL

Fred Evans 

College of DuPage 

LB

Jasper Brinkley 

Georgia Military 

DB

Zack Bowman 

New Mexico Military 

LB

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NFC SOUTH POS.

PLAYER

CAM NEWTON (BLINN)

NJCAA COLLEGE 

BUCCANEERS RB

Lagare e Blount 

East Mississippi 

RB

Michael Smith 

Eastern Arizona 

LB

Lavonte David 

Fort Sco  

DB

Larry Asante 

Coffeyville

FALCONS OL

Lamar Holmes 

Itawamba

DE

Jonathan Massaquoi 

Butler

K

Ma Bryant 

Trinity Valley 

PANTHERS

CAROLINA PANTHERS

QB

Cam Newton 

Blinn

RB

William Powell 

Navarro

QB

NFC WEST

SAINTS

POS.

OL

Andrew Tiller 

Nassau

DL

Remi Ayodele 

NE Oklahoma A&M 

DB

Elbert Mack 

Butler

BRANDON JACOBS (COFFEYVILLE)

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

49ERS RB

Brandon Jacobs 

Coffeyville

RB

Rock Cartwright 

Trinity Valley 

DB

Dashon Goldson 

Coffeyville

DB

Tramaine Brock 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

RAMS RB

Daryl Richardson 

Cisco

OL

Rokevious Watkins 

Georgia Military 

DE

Eugene Sims 

Jones County 

SEAHAWKS

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

87

RB

OL

James Carpenter 

Coffeyville

OL

Deuce Lutui 

Snow

LB

Korey Toomer 

Arizona Western 

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ACC POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

FLORIDA STATE OL

Daniel Glauser 

New Mexico Military 

2011

OL

Jake Fahrenkrug 

North Dakota SCS 

2010

DE

Cornellius Carradine 

Butler  

2010

BIG EAST POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

LOUISVILLE

MIAMI CB

Ladarius Gunter 

Fort Sco  

2011

TE

RB

Jameson Labady 

Mesabi Range 

2010

DE

Darius Smith 

Lackawanna

2010

SOUTH FLORIDA

NORTH CAROLINA

Ryan Hubbell 

Iowa Western 

2011

CB

Fidel Montgomery 

Southwest Mississippi 

2012

DE

Tevin Mimms 

Navarro

2011

DL

Sylvester Williams 

Coffeyville

2010

CB

Josh Brown 

Arizona Western 

2011

LB

Fabby Desir 

Lackawanna

2010

LB

Mike Jeune 

Independence

2011

ASA

2010

TEMPLE

NORTH CAROLINA ST. DE

Earl Carter 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

WR Malcolm Eugene 

DL

Deylan Buntyn 

New Mexico Military 

2011

DE

McKay Frandsen 

Snow

2010

UCONN

DL

Nathan Mageo 

New Mexico Military 

2010

QB

Chandler Whitmer 

Butler

2011

Georgia Military 

2009

TE

Neil Shortell 

Butler

2011

WR Tobias Palmer 

JAMESON LABADY (MESABI RANGE)

MIAMI (FLA.)

RB

CHANDLER WHITMER (BUTLER)

UCONN

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BIG TEN POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

CODY SOKOL (SCOTTSDALE)

INDIANA QB

Cameron Coffman 

Arizona Western 

2011

RB

Stephen Houston 

Independence

2011

LB

Jacarri Alexander 

Iowa Central 

2011

S

Tregg Waters 

Glendale

2011

S

Ryan Thompson 

Itawamba

2011

IOWA QB

Cody Sokol 

Sco sdale

2011

OL

Eric Simmons 

Iowa Western 

2011

DE

Wil Rathjen 

Iowa Central 

2011

MICHIGAN STATE DL

Anthony White 

IOWA

Fort Sco  

2009

QB

MINNESOTA RB

James Gillum 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2011

RB

Jojuan Harper 

North Dakota SCS 

2011

DL

Roland Johnson 

Butler

2011

CB

Jeremy Baltazar 

Blinn

2011

CB

Martez Shabazz 

Trinity Valley 

2011

Rochester

2010

WR Isaac Fruechte 

JAMES GILLUM (MISS. GULF COAST)

NEBRASKA CB

Mo Seisay 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

OL

Jermarcus Hardrick 

Fort Sco  

2009

MINNESOTA

89

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C-USA POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

CEDRIC CHISOLM (LOUISBURG) LAST SEASON 

CENTRAL FLORIDA DL

Cameron Henderson 

Navarro

2010

DL

Toby Jackson 

Navarro

2010

LB

Terran Buck 

College of DuPage 

2010

EAST CAROLINA RB

Vintavious Cooper 

WR Lance Ray 

Southwest Mississippi 

2012

Northwest Mississippi 

2011

LB

Titus Best 

Louisburg

2011

RB

Reggie Bullock 

Arizona Western 

2010

DL

Leroy Vick 

Georgia Military 

2010

CB

Adonis Armstrong 

Hinds

2010

S

Godfrey Thompson 

Hinds

2010

HOUSTON

SOUTHERN MISS

RICE OL S 

WR Xavier Maxwell 

Blinn

2011

DL

Lloyd Allen 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2010

CB

Chevy Benne  

Navarro

2010

MARSHALL DL

Ken Smith 

Blinn

2011

OL

Billy Rone 

Glendale

2011

MEMPHIS Eric Ma hews 

Blinn

2011

TE

Jesse Milleson 

Glendale

2011

OL

Nick Chartain 

Independence

2011

LB

Bronterious Jakes 

Holmes

2011

S

Anthony Watson 

Blinn

2011

OL

Jordan Devey 

Snow

2010

LB

Chris Bertucci 

East Mississippi 

2010

LB

Kenyata Johnson 

Hinds

2009

Nate Richards 

Trinity Valley 

2011

Broderick Jackson 

Tyler

2011

SOUTHERN MISS OL

Cedric Chisolm 

Louisburg

2011

DE

Anthony Wilson 

Jones County 

2011

RB

Reggie Hunt 

Copiah‐Lincoln

2010

OL

Vincent Brown 

ASA

2010

DL

Khalid Wilson 

East Central 

2010

Dominic Sylvester 

Alfred State 

2011

S

Calvin Jones 

Copiah‐Lincoln

2010

OL

Billy Autrey 

East Mississippi 

2009

UAB OL

QB

OL

UTEP CB

Darren Woodard 

Kilgore

2010

K

Kevin Perez 

New Mexico Military 

2009

2012 NJCAA FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

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BIG 12 POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

BAYLOR DL

Nick Johnson 

Navarro

2010

LB

Codarius Golston 

Kilgore

2010

CB

Joseph Williams 

Fort Sco  

2010

Josh Wilson 

Kilgore

2010

S

IOWA STATE CB

Ladarius Gunter 

Fort Sco  

2011

RB

Jameson Labady 

Mesabi Range 

2010

DE

Darius Smith 

Lackawanna

2010

KANSAS Arizona Western 

2011

TE

Charles Brooks 

Sco sdale

2011

DL

Keon Stowers 

Georgia Military 

2011

Blake Jackson 

Sco sdale

2011

OL

Chris Grishby 

Blinn

2011

DL

Calvin Barne  

Navarro

2011

OL

Michael Bowie 

Navarro

2010

DE

Ryan Robinson 

Jones County 

2010

LB

Paul Dawson 

Trinity Valley 

2011

CB

Keivon Gamble 

Trinity Valley 

2011

TEXAS

KANSAS STATE Dodge City 

2011

OL

Donald Hawkins 

Northwest Mississippi 

2011

DL

Brandon Moore 

East Mississippi 

2011

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2011

OL

Ellwood Clement 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

OL

Aslam Sterling 

Nassau

2011

OL

Tevin Rooks 

Navarro

2011

DL

Chaquil Reed 

Butler

2011

WR Javon Bell 

DL

Wesley Hollingshed 

Trinity Valley 

2011

OL

Rashad Fortenberry 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2011

S

Kent Gainous 

Trinity Valley 

2011

DL

Marcus Kennard 

Butler

2010

CB

JR Osunde 

Kilgore

2010

K

Ryan Bus n 

Kilgore

2010

DL

Dennell Wesley 

Butler

2010

OKLAHOMA RB

Damien Williams 

WR Lacoltan Bester 

91

TE

TCU

WR Josh Ford 

WR Logan Stephens 

OKLAHOMA STATE

Arizona Western 

2011

East Mississippi 

2011

TEXAS TECH

WEST VIRGINIA

TE

Brannon Green 

Fort Sco  

2011

DE

Chaz Nelson 

Garden City 

2011

OL

Mark Glowinski 

Lackawanna

2011

OL

Lane Johnson 

Kilgore

2009

LB

Joshua Francis 

Lackawanna

2010

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INDEPENDENT POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

BERNARDO NUNEZ (LACKAWANNA) LAST SEASON 

BYU CB

Preston Hadley 

Snow

2010

CB

Corby Eason 

Erie

2008

MAC POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

UMASS

AKRON RB

Rasheed Williams 

Louisburg

2011

CB

Malachi Freeman 

Nassau

2011

QB

Clayton Moore 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2010

BOWLING GREEN S

Josh Pe us 

College of DuPage 

2011

OL

Domonique Wharton 

ASA

2010

DL

Keon Stowers 

Georgia Military 

2011

Nick Gilbo 

Hudson Valley 

2011

EASTERN MICHIGAN DL

Cy Maughmer 

TOLEDO RB

Jammal Jackson 

Nassau

2011

CB

Cameron Cole 

Fort Sco  

2011

P

Brad Dunavant 

Trinity Valley 

2011

TE

Colby Kratch 

North Dakota SCS 

2010

OL

Chase Nelson 

North Dakota SCS 

2010

UMASS

BUFFALO LB

DE

Glendale

DE

Bernardo Nunez 

Lackawanna

2011

P

Colter Johnson 

Alfred State 

2011

WESTERN MICHIGAN 2011

OL

Deon Cammock 

ASA

2010

NORTHERN ILLINOIS LB

Chris Ficklin 

East Central 

2011

OHIO DE

Ty Branz 

Iowa Western 

2011

LB

Tim Edmond 

Hutchinson

2011

WR Ma  Waters 

Iowa Western 

2011

TE

Georgia Military 

2010

Tyler Knight 

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PAC 12

MOUNTAIN WEST POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

Demarcus Lawrence 

Butler

2011

Ridgewater

2011

HAWAII DE S 

Quenton Brown 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

Jus n Turner 

Sco sdale

2011

NEW MEXICO QB

David Vega 

New Mexico Military 

2011

WR Saqwan Edwards 

Blinn

2011

CB

Erie

2010

Destry Berry 

Rob Diane 

Ridgewater

2011

UNLV DE

Parker Holloway 

TE

Snow

2010

Marion Grice 

Blinn

2011

TE

Darwin Rogers 

Arizona Western 

2011

DL

Michael Pennel Jr. 

Sco sdale

2011

LB

Chris Young 

Arizona Western 

2011

LB

Steffon Mar n 

Arizona Western 

2011

LB

CJ Overton 

Dodge City 

2011

LB

Riley Nielsen 

Sco sdale

2011

North Dakota SCS 

2010

CAL OL

Ma Williams 

DL

Stetson Bair 

Iowa Western 

2011

DL

Jared Ebert 

Iowa Western 

2010

OREGON STATE Trinity Valley 

2011

WYOMING

93

Drew Robinson 

RB

DE

WR Jalen Claiborne 

LAST SEASON 

OREGON

SAN DIEGO STATE DE

NJCAA COLLEGE 

ARIZONA STATE

COLORADO STATE WR Elijah Lee 

PLAYER

ARIZONA

BOISE STATE DE

POS.

Rusty Fernando 

Glendale

2010

Arizona Western 

2010

Snow

2011

USC Tyler

2011 CB 

Isiah Wiley 

CB

BJ Hendricks 

Rochester

2011

OL

Zac Rushing 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2010

DL

BJ Sumter 

New Mexico Military 

2010

DL

Kurt Taufasau 

New Mexico Military 

2010

DE

LB

Korey Jones 

Garden City 

2010

WASHINGTON STATE

UTAH Tenny Palepoi 

WR Rico Forbes 

Navarro

2010

OL

Taylor Meighen 

Kilgore

2010

DE

Ian Knight 

Butler

2010

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SEC POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

ALABAMA CB

Travell Dixon 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

CB

Deion Belue 

Northeast Mississippi 

2011

DL

Jesse Williams 

Arizona Western 

2010

DL

Quinton Dial 

East Mississippi 

2010

WR Demetrius Wilson 

Glendale

2011

LB

Robert A ga 

Snow

2010

OLE MISS

DL

Robert Thomas 

Coffeyville

2010

QB

ARKANSAS

WR Jeremy Reed 

FLORIDA DL

Damien Jacobs 

East Mississippi 

2011

GEORGIA OL

Mark Beard 

Coffeyville

2011

DL

John Jenkins 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2010

KENTUCKY Korey Brown 

East Central 

2011

CB

Jerrell Priester 

East Central 

2011

LSU Zach Me enberger 

Butler

2010

MISSISSIPPI STATE

East Mississippi 

2011

East Mississippi 

2011

OL

Derrick Wilson 

East Mississippi 

2011

CB

Dehendret Collins 

Copiah‐Lincoln

2011

QB

Zack Stoudt 

Iowa Western 

2010

TE

Jamal Mosley 

Northwest Mississippi 

2010

DL

Gilbert Pena 

ASA

2010

CB

Wesley Pendleton 

Copiah‐Lincoln

2010

Ivan Nicholas 

ASA

2010

East Mississippi 

2009

S

WR Randall Mackey 

LB

QB

Bo Wallace 

SOUTH CAROLINA OL

Kaleb Broome 

Georgia Military 

2010

DL

Byron Jerideau 

Fort Sco  

2009

Hutchinson

2011

TENNESSEE WR Cordarrelle Pa erson  DL 

Daniel McCullers 

Georgia Military 

2011

OL

Dylan Holley 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2011

DL

Darrington Sen more 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2011

DE

Denico Autry 

East Mississippi 

2011

DL

Maurice Couch 

Garden City 

2010

DL

Dwayne Cherrington 

Holmes

2010

CB

Darius Slay 

Itawamba

2010

WR Derel Walker 

Trinity Valley 

2011

CB

O s Jacobs 

Mississippi Gulf Coast 

2011

LB

Steven Jenkins 

Coffeyville

2010

MISSOURI LB

Markus Golden 

Hutchinson

2010

TEXAS A&M

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SUN BELT POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

SOUTH ALABAMA LAST SEASON 

ARKANSAS STATE

TE

Wes Saxton 

Itawamba

2011

CB

Gabe Loper 

East Central 

2010

DE

Dexter Blackmon 

Coffeyville

2011

TROY

DL

John Gandy 

Blinn

2011

WR Jamel Johnson 

Holmes

2011

WR JJ Harbin 

East Mississippi 

2011

FLORIDA ATLANTIC

OL

Chris Hawkins 

Hutchinson

2011

OL

Stern Vile 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

DE

Braylon Williams 

Kilgore

2011

LB

Adarius Glanton 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

DE

Brandon Timmons 

Northwest Mississippi 

2011

Derrek Upshaw 

Jones County 

2011

LB

Rodney Lamar 

Ridgewater

2011

DL

CB

Jeremy McNight 

Navarro

2011

LB

Martrez Townes 

Itawamba

2011

CB

Jeremy Spikner 

Northeast Mississippi 

2011

QB

Deon Anthony 

Hinds

2010

WR Corey Johnson 

Garden City 

2010

OL

Jared Fleming 

East Central 

2010

DE

Xavian Evans 

Itawamba

2010

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL LB

Jordan Hunt 

Copiah‐Lincoln

2010

LOUISANA-LAFAYETTE OL

Terry Johnson 

Northwest Mississippi 

2011

DE

Jalen Fields 

Georgia Military 

2011

Holmes

2010

WR Harry Peoples 

LOUISIANA-MONROE OL

Evyn Perry 

Cisco

DL

Calvin Washington 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

CB

Bre Harrington 

Alfred State 

2011

OL

Clifford Burns 

New Mexico Military 

2010

2010

BRENT OSBORN (NW MISSISSIPPI)

MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. WR Marcus Henry 

Northwest Mississippi 

2011

OL

Georgia Military 

2010

Michah James 

WESTERN KENTUCKY

NORTH TEXAS CB

Dequarius Johnson 

Iowa Western 

2011

QB

Brent Osborn 

Northwest Mississippi 

2010

Cisco

2009

WR Ivan Delgado 

NORTH TEXAS

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2012 NJCAA FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

QB


WAC POS.

PLAYER

NJCAA COLLEGE 

LAST SEASON 

MYLES WHITE (NW MISSISSIPPI)

IDAHO DL

Semesi Tupou 

East Central 

2011

LOUISIANA TECH WR Quinton Pa on 

Coffeyville

2010

WR Myles White 

Northwest Mississippi 

2010

OL

Oscar Johnson 

Copiah‐Lincoln

2010

DL

Jonal White 

Jones County 

2010

LB

Antonio Mitchum 

Georgia Military 

2010

CB

Craig Johnson 

Arkansas Bap st 

2010

OL

Larry Banks 

Copiah‐Lincoln

2009

TEXAS STATE

LOUISIANA TECH

OL

Ryan Kincaid 

Fort Sco  

2011

P

Zach Robinson 

Glendale

2011

DE

Jarre Haywood 

Cisco

2010

UTAH STATE

WR

DONTAY WRIGHT (E. ARIZONA)

QB

Dontay Wright 

Eastern Arizona 

2011

OL

Bill Vavau 

Snow

2011

DL

AJ Pataialii 

Snow

2011

DL

Al Lapuaho 

Snow

2010

LB

Terell Thompson 

Glendale

2010

Blinn

2011

UTSA OL

Armondo Alverez 

UTAH STATE

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96


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1956

COFFEYVILLE COLLEGE, KAN. 

1985

SNOW COLLEGE, UTAH 

1957

TEXARKANA COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1986

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA A&M COLLEGE 

1958

BOISE JUNIOR COLLEGE, IDAHO 

1987

ELLSWORTH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, IOWA 

1959

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA A&M COLLEGE 

1988

GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ARIZ. 

1960

CAMERON STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, OKLA.  TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1989

NAVARRO COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1990

COFFEYVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 

1964

PHOENIX COLLEGE, ARIZ. 

1991

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA A&M COLLEGE 

1965

FERRUM JUNIOR COLLEGE, VA. 

1992

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

1966

KILGORE COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1993

MISSISSIPPI DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

1967

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA A&M COLLEGE 

1994

TRINITY VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1968

FERRUM JUNIOR COLLEGE, VA. 

1995

BLINN COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1969

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA A&M COLLEGE 

1996

BLINN COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1970

FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY JUNIOR COLLEGE, KAN. 

1997

TRINITY VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1971

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST JUNIOR COLLEGE 

1998

BUTLER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 

1972

ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE 

1999

BUTLER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 

1973

MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ARIZ. 

2000

GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ARIZ. 

1974

FERRUM COLLEGE, VA. 

2001

GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE 

1975

MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ARIZ. 

2002

JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE, ILL. 

1976

ELLSWORTH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, IOWA 

2003

BUTLER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 

1977

FERRUM COLLEGE, VA. 

2004

PEARL RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, MISS. 

1978

IOWA CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

2005

GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ARIZ. 

1979

RANGER JUNIOR COLLEGE, TEXAS 

2006

BLINN COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1980

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA A&M COLLEGE 

2007

1981

BUTLER COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 

BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN.  MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

1982

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI JUNIOR COLLEGE 

2008

BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 

1983

COFFEYVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, KAN. 

2009

BLINN COLLEGE, TEXAS 

1984

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST JUNIOR COLLEGE 

2010

NAVARRO COLLEGE, TEXAS 

2011

EAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

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1995 marked the inaugural year for the NJCAA Football Coaches Associa on Hall of Fame. In 2012, the 18th class will be inducted into the hall. To view the en re Hall of Fame, visit the NJCAA Football Record Book.

CLASS OF 2012 INDUCTEES Terrence Cody (DL) Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College There have been few defensive lineman that have had as big of an impact on a game as former Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College  defensive lineman Terrence Cody. Towering over offensive fronts at 6 feet 4 inches and over 340 pounds, “Mount Cody” powered the  Bulldogs drive to a 12‐0 record in 2007 and the  tle of NJCAA co‐na onal champions. Cody went on to play at Alabama where he  anchored the Crimson Tide’s roll to a NCAA na onal championship in 2010. Dra ed in the second round of the 2010 NFL Dra , Cody is  entering his third season with the Bal more Ravens. 

Mick Caba (Head Coach) Alfred State College/Inver Hills Community College Heading into his 16th season as an NJCAA head coach, Mick Caba has established himself as a pillar of NJCAA football. Currently the head  coach at Alfred State College (N.Y.), Caba has compiled 55 wins in 12 seasons and led the Pioneers to a   6‐4 record and a Region 3 championship in 2011. Prior to his arrival at Alfred, Caba coached three seasons at Inver Hills Community  College (Minn.) and set NJCAA records for average passing yards per game in both 1981 and 1982. Caba has   also dedicated his  me and effort to the NJCAA Football Coaches Associa on, serving in four different posi ons including president from  2010 to 2011. 

1983 Coffeyville Community College Football Team The Coffeyville Red Ravens football team entered the 1983 season with something to prove. A er beginning the 1982 season ranked No. 1  in the pre‐season poll, the Red Ravens held the top ranking for 10‐consecu ve weeks before falling 36‐21 to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M  in the season finale. Returning only two starters in 1983, Coffeyville stormed their way to an 8‐1 record and the KJCCC championship  before defea ng No. 2 Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 21‐20 in Miami, Okla. A er a 27‐20 win over Dodge City in the Jayhawk Bowl, the  Red Ravens were crowned na onal champions in their season of redemp on. 

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KJCCC BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/20  10/27 

@ Dodge City*  BLINN   FORT SCOTT*  @ Independence*  @ Highland*  AIR FORCE PREP (non‐member)  GARDEN CITY*  COFFEYVILLE*  @ Hutchinson* 

COFFEYVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

@ Hutchinson*  TRINITY VALLEY  @ Air Force Prep (non‐member)  @ Fort Sco *  INDEPENDENCE*  HIGHLAND*  DODGE CITY*  @ Butler*  @ Garden City*   

DODGE CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/13  10/20  10/27 

BUTLER* @ Kilgore  HIGHLAND*  @ Hutchinson*  @ Fort Sco *  INDEPENDENCE*  @ Coffeyville*  @ Garden City*  AIR FORCE PREP (non‐member) 

FORT SCOTT COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15   9/22  9/29  10/6  10/20  10/27 

@ Highland*  TYLER  @ Butler*  COFFEYVILLE*  DODGE CITY*  @ Garden City*  @ Independence*  HUTCHINSON*  ARKANSAS BAPTIST 

GARDEN CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27   

99

@ Independence*  CISCO  HUTCHINSON*  @ Air Force Prep (non‐member)  FORT SCOTT*  @ Butler*  @ Highland*  DODGE CITY*  COFFEYVILLE* 

HIGHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

IOWA CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

8/25 9/1  9/8  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/22  10/28 

9/1 9/8  9/15  9/23  9/30  10/7  10/13  10/20  10/27 

FORT SCOTT*  @ NE Oklahoma A&M  @ Dodge City*  BUTLER*  HUTCHINSON*  @ Coffeyville*  GARDEN CITY*  BENEDCTINE JV (non‐member)  @ Independence 

@ Arkansas Bap st  @ College of DuPage*  @ Dakota College‐Bo neau  AIR FORCE JV (non‐member)  GRAND VIEW JV (non‐member) MORNINGSIDE JV (non‐member)  ELLSWORTH*  @ Iowa Western*  NORTH DAKOTA SCS* 

HUTCHINSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

IOWA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

8/25 9/1  9/8  9/15  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

8/25 @ APU Cole (non‐member)  1 9/1  New Mexico Military  9/8  @ Trinity Valley  9/15  COLLEGE OF DUPAGE*  9/29  GEORGIA MILITARY  10/6  ARKANSAS BAPTIST  10/13  @ North Dakota SCS*  10/20  IOWA CENTRAL*  10/27  @ Ellsworth*  1 Pueblo, Colo.                        

COFFEYVILLE* @ Navarro  @ Garden City*  DODGE CITY*  @ Highland*  AIR FORCE PREP (non‐member) INDEPENDENCE*  @ Fort Sco *  BUTLER* 

INDEPENDENCE COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/25  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/28 

GARDEN CITY* ARKANSAS BAPTIST  BUTLER*  @ Coffeyville*  @ Dodge City*  FORT SCOTT*  @ Hutchinson*  HIGHLAND* 

MFC  COLLEGE OF DUPAGE  8/25  9/2  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/7  10/20  10/28  11/4 

ERIE @ UW‐Whitewater JV (non‐member) IOWA CENTRAL*  @ Iowa Western*  NORTH DAKOTA SCS*  @ Ellsworth*  @ Marian JV (non‐member) @ Arkansas Bap st  @ North Park JV (non‐member) AIR FORCE JV (non‐member)

NORTH DAKOTA ST. COLLEGE OF SCIENCE  8/26  @ Waldorf (non‐member)  1 9/1  Snow  9/14  MAYVILLE STATE JV (non‐member) 9/22  @ College of DuPage*  9/29  DAKOTA COLLEGE‐BOTTINEAU  10/13  IOWA WESTERN*  10/20  @ Ellsworth*  10/27  @ Iowa Central*  1 Pueblo, Colo.

MCAC  CENTRAL LAKES COLLEGE  8/23  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13 

@ Northland*  MESABI RANGE*  @ Itasca*  ROCHESTER*  MINNESOTA STATE*  @ Minnesota West*  VERMILION*  @ Ridgewater* 

ELLSWORTH COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

FOND DU LAC TRIBAL & CC 

1 9/1 Arizona Western  9/8  @ NE Oklahoma A&M  9/15  ARKANSAS BAPTIST    9/29  COLLEGE OF DUPAGE*  10/6  @ Dakota‐Bo neau  10/13  @ Iowa Central*  10/20  NORTH DAKOTA SCS*  10/27  IOWA WESTERN*  1 Pueblo, Colo.

8/24 9/1  9/8  9/13  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/11       

MINNESOTA STATE*  @ Minnesota West*  ROCHESTER*  @ Itasca*  NORTHLAND*  @ Ridgewater*  MESABI RANGE*  @ Vermilion* 

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VERMILION COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

HINDS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

8/25 9/1  9/8  9/13  9/22  9/27  10/4  10/11 

8/25 9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/11 

8/30 9/6  9/13  9/20  9/29  10/4  10/11  10/18  10/25 

MINNESOTA WEST*  @ Rochester*  CENTRAL LAKES*  FOND DU LAC*  @ Vermilion*  @ Mesabi Range*  NORTHLAND*  @ Minnesota State* 

MESABI RANGE CTC  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/27  10/6  10/11 

RIDGEWATER* @ Central Lakes*  MINNESOTA WEST*  VERMILION*  @ Rochester*  ITASCA*  @ Fond du Lac*  @ Northland* 

MINNESOTA STATE CTC  8/24  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13 

@ Fond du Lac*  NORTHLAND*  @ Vermilion*  RIDGEWATER*  @ Central Lakes*  ROCHESTER*  @ Minnesota West*  ITASCA* 

MINNESOTA WEST CTC  8/23  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13 

@ Itasca*  FOND DU LAC*  @ Mesabi Range*  NORTHLAND*  @ Ridgewater*  CENTRAL LAKES*  MINNESOTA STATE*  @ Rochester* 

RIDGEWATER COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13 

@ Mesabi Range*  VERMILION*  @ Northland*  @ Minnesota State*  MINNESOTA WEST*  FOND DU LAC*  @ Rochester*  CENTRAL LAKES* 

ROCHESTER CTC  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13 

@ Vermilion*  ITASCA*  @ Fond du Lac*  @ Central Lakes*  MESABI RANGE*  @ Minnesota State*  RIDGEWATER*  MINNESOTA WEST* 

ROCHESTER* @ Ridgewater*  MINNESOTA STATE*  @ Mesabi Range*  ITASCA*  @ Northland*  @ Central Lakes*  FOND DU LAC*

MACJC  COAHOMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/4  10/11  10/20  10/25 

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST*  @ Hinds*  @ Northwest Mississippi*  @ Pearl River*  EAST MISSISSIPPI*  NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Itawamba*  MISSISSIPPI DELTA*  @ Holmes* 

COPIAH‐LINCOLN COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/4  10/13  10/20  10/25 

@ Northeast Mississippi*  NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  EAST CENTRAL*  @ Hinds*  JONES COUNTY*  @ Itawamba*  @ Pearl River*  MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST*  @ Southwest Mississippi*

EAST CENTRAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/29  10/6  10/11  10/18  10/27 

ITAWAMBA* EAST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Copiah‐Lincoln*  SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  HINDS*  @ Jones County*  @ Mississippi Delta*  PEARL RIVER*  @ Mississippi Gulf Coast* 

EAST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/6  10/11  10/18  10/27   

PEARL RIVER*  @ East Central*  @ Southwest Mississippi*  MISSISSIPPI DELTA*  @ Coahoma*  HOLMES*  @ Northeast Mississippi*  NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Itawamba* 

MISSISSIPPI DELTA*  COAHOMA*  @ Mississippi Gulf Coast*  COPIAH‐LINCOLN*  @ East Central*  SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  JONES COUNTY*  @ Holmes*  @ Pearl River* 

HOLMES COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/29  10/6  10/11  10/18  10/25 

@ Jones County*  MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST*  NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Itawamba*   MISSISSIPPI DELTA*  @ East Mississippi*  @ Northwest Mississippi*  HINDS*  COAHOMA*  

ITAWAMBA COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/4  10/11  10/20  10/27 

@ East Central*  SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Mississippi Delta*  HOLMES*  @ Northwest Mississippi*  COPIAH‐LINCOLN*  COAHOMA*  @ Northeast Mississippi*  EAST MISSISSIPPI* 

JONES COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE  8/30  9/8  9/13  9/22  9/27  10/6  10/11  10/20  10/27 

HOLMES* NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Pearl River*  MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST*  @ Copiah‐Lincoln*  EAST CENTRAL*  @ Hinds*  SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Northwest Mississippi* 

MISSISSIPPI DELTA COMM. COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/29  10/4  10/13  10/20  10/25       

@ Hinds*  PEARL RIVER*  ITAWAMBA*  @ East Mississippi*  @ Holmes*  NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  EAST CENTRAL*  @ Coahoma*  NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI* 

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MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST CC  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/22  9/27  10/4  10/13  10/20  10/27 

NFC 

@ Coahoma*  @ Holmes*  HINDS*  @ Jones County*  NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI*  PEARL RIVER*  @ Southwest Mississippi*  @ Copiah‐Lincoln*  EAST CENTRAL* 

ASA COLLEGE  9/2  9/8  9/16  9/22  9/30  10/6  10/13  10/20  11/3  11/10 

NORTHEAST MISSISSIPPI CC  8/30  9/8  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/4  10/11  10/20  10/25 

COPIAH‐LINCOLN* @ Jones County*  @ Holmes*  NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Mississippi Gulf Coast*  @ Coahoma*  EAST MISSISSIPPI*  ITAWAMBA*  @ Mississippi Delta* 

DEAN COLLEGE  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/3 

NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI CC  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/4  10/11  10/18  10/27 

@ Southwest Mississippi*  @ Copiah‐Lincoln*  COAHOMA*  @ Northeast Mississippi*  ITAWAMBA*  @ Mississippi Delta*  HOLMES*  @ East Mississippi*  JONES COUNTY*  @ East Mississippi*  @ Mississippi Delta*  JONES COUNTY*  COAHOMA*  @ Southwest Mississippi*  @ Mississippi Gulf Coast*  COPIAH‐LINCOLN*  @ East Central*  HINDS* 

SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI CC  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/4  10/13  10/20  10/25 

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NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI*  @ Itawamba*  EAST MISSISSIPPI*  @ East Central*  PEARL RIVER*  @ Hinds*  MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST*  @ Jones County*  COPIAH‐LINCOLN* 

@ Navy Prep (non‐member) MONROE*  GEORGIA MILITARY  HUDSON VALLEY*  @ Louisburg*  @ ASA*  ERIE*  @ Nassau*  GLOBE  LACKAWANNA* 

ERIE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

PEARL RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/30  9/6  9/13  9/20  9/27  10/4  10/13  10/18  10/25 

@ Albright JV (non‐member) @ Hudson Valley*  @ Wagner (non‐member)  MONROE*  @ Widener JV (non‐member)  DEAN*  @ Lackawanna*  ERIE*  @ Louisburg*  NASSAU*  

8/25 9/1  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  11/4 

@ College of DuPage  LOUISBURG*  ALFRED STATE  NASSAU*  @ Hudson Valley*  LACKAWANNA*  @ Dean*  @ ASA*  @ Monroe* 

HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/4  11/10               

@ Globe  ASA*  @ Lackawanna*  @ Dean*  ERIE*  NASSAU*  MONROE*  @ Louisburg*  @ Navy Prep  HARTWICK JV (non‐member) @ Alfred State 

LACKAWANNA COLLEGE  9/2  @ Widener JV (non‐member)  9/8  GLOBE  9/15  HUDSON VALLEY*  9/22  LOUISBURG*  9/29  @ Nassau*  10/6  @ Erie*  10/13  ASA*  10/20  MONROE*  11/3  @ Dean*  11/11  1Georgia Military  1 Raleigh, N.C.

LOUISBURG COLLEGE  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/20  10/27  11/3 

@ Erie*  @ Fork Union (non‐member)  GRAY MILITARY (non‐member) @ Lackawanna*  DEAN*  MONROE*  HUDSON VALLEY*  @ Nassau*  ASA* 

MONROE COLLEGE  9/2  9/8  9/16  9/22  9/30  10/6  10/13  10/20  11/4  11/11 

@ Wagner JV (non‐member) @ Dean*  NASSAU*  @ ASA*  GLOBE  @ Louisburg*  HUDSON VALLEY*  @ Lackawanna*  ERIE*  ONONDAGA (non‐member)

NASSAU COMMUNITY COLLEGE  9/2  9/8  9/16  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/2  11/10                   

@ Delaware Valley JV (non‐member) NAVY PREP (non‐member) @ Monroe*  @ Erie*  LACKAWANNA*  @ Hudson Valley*  GEORGIA MILITARY  DEAN*  LOUISBURG*  @ Globe  @ ASA* 

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SWJCFC BLINN COLLEGE  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

@ Butler  SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member) NE OKLAHOMA A&M*  TYLER*  KILGORE*  @ Trinity Valley*  @ Navarro*  CISCO* 

TRINITY VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

8/25 9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

8/25 9/8  9/15  9/22  10/6  10/13  10/20   10/27  11/3  11/10 

SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member) @ Coffeyville  IOWA WESTERN  KILGORE*  @ Cisco*  NAVARRO*  NE OKLAHOMA A&M*  BLINN*  @ Tyler*  @ NE Oklahoma A&M* 

@ Sco sdale  PHOENIX  @ Snow*  NEW MEXICO MILITARY*  EASTERN ARIZONA*  @ Phoenix*  PIMA*  @ Arizona Western*  SCOTTSDALE*  @ Mesa* 

CISCO COLLEGE 

TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE 

MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

9/1 9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

9/1 9/8  9/15  9/22  9/27  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

8/25 9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/10 

@ Garden City  @ New Mexico Military  @ Navarro*  TRINITY VALLEY*  KILGORE*  SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member) @ Tyler*  NE OKLAHOMA A&M*  @ Blinn* 

KILGORE COLLEGE  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

DODGE CITY  @ Tyler*  @ Trinity Valley*  NAVARRO*  @ Cisco*  @ Blinn*  @ NE Oklahoma A&M*  SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member) TYLER* 

NAVARRO COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27 

@ Arkansas Bap st  HUTCHINSON  CISCO*  @ Kilgore*  @ Trinity Valley*  TYLER*  SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member) BLINN*  @ NE Oklahoma A&M* 

NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA A&M   9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/27  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27     

HIGHLAND ELLSWORTH  @ Blinn*  SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member) @ Tyler*  @ Trinity Valley*  KILGORE*  @ Cisco*  NAVARRO* 

@ Fort Sco   KILGORE*  SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member) @ Blinn*  NE OKLAHOMA A&M*  @ Navarro*  CISCO*  TRINITY VALLEY*  @ Kilgore* 

WSFL  ARIZONA WESTERN COLLEGE 1 9/1  Ellsworth  9/15  @ Pima*  9/22  SCOTTSDALE*  9/29  @ Eastern Arizona*  10/6  @ Phoenix*  10/20  MESA*  10/27  GLENDALE*  11/3  @ New Mexico Military*    11/10  SNOW*  1 Pueblo, Colo.

EASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGE  8/25  8/30  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/3             

PUEBLO STEEL (non‐member) GREEN RIVER (non‐member)  TUCSON PREP (non‐member) @ Sco sdale*  @ Mesa*  ARIZONA WESTERN*  @ Glendale*  NEW MEXICO MILITARY*  PHOENIX*  @ Snow*  PIMA* 

GREEN RIVER (non‐member) @ Pima  SCOTTSDALE*  @ New Mexico Military*  EASTERN ARIZONA*  PIMA*  @ Sco sdale*  SNOW*  @ Arizona Western*  @ Phoenix*  GLENDALE* 

NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE  8/25  AIR FORCE PREP (non‐member) 1 9/1  Iowa Western  9/8  CISCO  9/15  MESA*  9/22  @ Glendale*  9/29  PHOENIX*  10/13  @ Eastern Arizona*  10/20  SNOW*  10/27  @ Sco sdale*  11/3  ARIZONA WESTERN*  11/10  @ Pima*  1 Pueblo, Colo. 

PHOENIX COLLEGE  8/23  9/1  9/8  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/3  11/10           

PIMA GREEN RIVER (non‐member)  @ Glendale  @ Pima*  @ New Mexico Military*  ARIZONA WESTERN*  GLENDALE*  @ Eastern Arizona*  MESA*  SNOW*  @ Sco sdale* 

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PIMA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 

ARKANSAS BAPTIST COLLEGE 

8/23 9/1  9/9  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/20  11/3  11/10 

8/25 9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/20  10/27  11/3 

@ Phoenix  MESA  AIR FORCE JV (non‐member) ARIZONA WESTERN*  PHOENIX*  @ Mesa*  @ Snow*  SCOTTSDALE*  @ Glendale*  @ Eastern Arizona*  NEW MEXICO MILITARY* 

DAKOTA COLLEGE AT BOTTINEAU 

SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE  8/25  9/1  9/8  9/15  9/22  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/27  11/3  11/10 

GLENDALE TEAM JORDAN (non‐member) @ Mesa  EASTERN ARIZONA*  @ Arizona Western*  @ Snow*  MESA*  @ Pima*  NEW MEXICO MILITARY*  @ Glendale*  PHOENIX* 

MAYVILLE STATE (non‐member) @ Concordia JV (non‐member) IOWA CENTRAL  @ North Dakota SCS ELLSWORTH  TRINITY BIBLE (non‐member) @ Mayville State (non‐member)  @ Trinity Bible (non‐member)

8/30 CHATTAHOOCHEE TECH (non‐member) 9/8  SNOW  9/15  @ Dean  9/22  @ Arkansas Bap st  9/29  @ Iowa Western  10/6  HARGROVE MILITARY (non‐member) 10/13  @ Nassau  10/20  ATLANTA SPORTS ACADEMY (non‐member) 11/3  @ Cha ahoochee Tech (non‐member)  11/11  1Lackawanna  1 Raleigh, N.C.

8/25 EVERETT (non‐member) 1 9/1  North Dakota SCS  9/8  @ Georgia Military  9/15  GLENDALE*  9/29  SCOTTSDALE*  10/6  PIMA*  10/13  @ Mesa*  10/20  @ New Mexico Military*  10/27  EASTERN ARIZONA*  11/3  @ Phoenix*  11/10  @ Arizona Western*  1 Pueblo, Colo. 

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8/30 9/9  9/15  9/29  10/6  10/13  10/19  10/27 

GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE 

SNOW COLLEGE 

9/3 9/9  9/15  9/22  10/7  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/3  11/10       

NAVARRO IOWA CENTRAL  @ Independence  @ Ellsworth  GEORGIA MILITARY  @ Cha ahoochee Tech (non‐member) @ Iowa Western  COLLEGE OF DUPAGE  @ Fort Sco   SOUTHEAST PREP (non‐member)

BROCKPORT JV (non‐member) @ Hartwick JV (non‐member) @ Erie  @ Thaddeus Stevens (non‐member) ST. JOHN FISHER JV (non‐member) GLOBE  @ Appren ce School (non‐member)  SOUTHERN VIRGINIA (non‐member) ONONDAGA (non‐member) HUDSON VALLEY 

9/1 9/8  9/16  9/22  9/30  10/6  10/13  10/20  10/27  11/2 

HUDSON VALLEY  @ Lackawanna  @ Salisbury (non‐member)  @ Williamson Trade (non‐member)  @ Monroe  @ Thaddeus Stevens (non‐member)  @ Alfred State  @ Army Prep (non‐member) @ Dean  NASSAU 

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