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- NW.La QB Davon Vinson #59 rated QB in 2006 Draft, throws for 180, 3tds, runs for 101yds in 39-0 win
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2006 IFS-Players & Coaches Placed or Pro Tryout Attendee
June 24, 2005
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InterNATIONAL FOOTBALL SCOUTING
2006 IFS PLAYERS SCOUTED & PLACED
(since January 2006)
CFL(Canadian Football League)
RT AMARIAH FARROW, 24, Midwestern St 6'5 325
-CFL- B.C Lions Personal Invite-4/05,Dallas,Texas
-CFL- B.C Lions -CONTRACT
-CFL- B.C Lions Training Camp Invite 5/25-05
2006: BC Lions Roster
OG DAVID ASHKINAZ,25, C. Florida 6'3 300
2004-NFL Draft Scouting Report
-CFL-Ottawa Renegades-Open Tryout 12/05
-CFL-Ottawa Renegades-CONTRACT 2/7/06
Selected by Montreal Alouettes in 2006 CFL Dispersal Draft
RB/KR STEVE STOKES, 22, E.Oregon 5'8 186
-CFL- B.C Lions- Personal Invite, 5/05 Lake Ridge,Oregon
Top RB at Tryout -B.C Lions Training camp Invite 5/28/05
-CFL-B.C Lions-Contract Offer-1 preseason game-49yd PR vs Saskatchewan
CFL Prospects I Recommended for Ottawa Renegades signed by other CFL Teams
(After Ottawa dispersal draft)
DB Eric Louis (NW La.)-Saskatchewan Roughriders
DL Tony Akpan (Hawaii) -Montreal Alouettes
LB LaDrelle Bryant (Indiana St.)-Calgary Stampeders
CB Roshawn Marshall-(C.Missouri)Calgary Stampeders
QB-Richie Williams-(AppalachianSt.-Hamilton Tigercats
DE-Shawn Mayne-(UConn)-Hamilton Tigercats- 2006 3rdRnd Pick
DE-Isaac Hilton-(Hampton)-Toronto Argonauts
DB-Emmanuel Franklin-(ASU)-Toronto Argonauts
RB-Michael Brewster- (Hawaii)-Saskatchewan Roughriders
LB-David Hewson- (Manitoba)-Toronto Argonauts
QB-Darian Durant- (N.Carolina)-Saskatchewan Roughriders
LB John Winchester-La.-Monroe (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
2005 NFL Cleveland Browns Rookie Camp
Louisiana-Monroe).A mainstay at linebacker for UL-Monroe during the past four seasons, Winchester led the Indians with a career-high 105 tackles (19 for loss) during his senior season to bring his career total to 318 takedowns (35 for loss), two sacks, three interceptions, four pass breakups, three forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries.
Pro Target Level NFL/CFL 2006 NFL Europe 2007
DE/LB Demoine Adams-Nebraska (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
2003 NFL Draft Scouting Report
- CFL Edmonton Eskimos Training Camp
- CFL Edmonton Eskimos Training Camp
Lanky athlete with good acceleration and speed … Flashes the ability to jolt the blocker with his hands in attempts to penetrate as a pass rusher … Does a nice job of tracking down the ball in pursuit … Shows good closing speed when given a clear path to the ball … Shows the foot agility to possibly shift to strongside linebacker in a 3-4 defensive alignment (lacks ideal bulk for defensive end) … Has the hand usage and hip flip to be effective using spin moves to escape blockers.
Gets totally neutralized by the larger blockers on run plays, as they simply run over him … Short stepper who lacks the quickness to defeat offensive tackles upfield … Has problems using his hands effectively to shed, allowing blockers into his chest too much … Lacks the size and strength to prevent blockers from pushing him back in attempts to get to the quarterback … Does not have the ideal burst needed to be effective as a pass rusher off the edge … Late to react to plays away from him and appears too mechanical when asked to move laterally … Needs to use his hands better, as he will generally get cut to the ground … Stands too upright at the line, making him appear a step or two too slow to penetrate the line with consistency.
Valuable performer who filled in at both defensive end positions the last two years when injuries depleted that unit's' depth … Strong and physical on the field, he also excels in the classroom, garnering numerous academic honors as he graduated after only three years at the university … Finished with 79 tackles (33 solos) with 10 sacks for minus-67 yards, 22 stops for losses of 79 yards, 30 quarterback pressures, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery in 48 games.
Pro Target Level NFL/CFL 2006 AFL 2007
DS-Emmanuel Franklin-ASU (TN Valley Vipers-AF2)
CFL Training Camp-Toronto Argonauts
DE/LB-Deion Holts- W.Kentucky (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
CFL Training camp-Montreal Alouettes
Rated top 70 LB prospect 2006 NFL Draft
FS-AJ Bryant -Georgia Southern (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
Rated top 30 FS prospect 2006 NFL Draft
QB Ryan Schneider-C.Florida (Tenenssee Valley Vipers-AF2)
Schneider (6-2, 230) started all four years at Central Florida from 2000-2003. He played in 39 career games and completed 840-1,354 passes for 10, 976 yards and 82 touchdowns. He had a 62.0 completion percentage and averaged 281.4 yards passing per game. His best season came as a junior in 2002 when he completed 265-430 passes for 3,770 yards and 31 touchdowns.
2004 NFL Draft Analysis
Pro Target Level AFL/CFL 2007
OL Chris Carothers-6'3 300 S.Florida (LakelandThunderbolts-NIFL)
Rated the #40 OG by NFLDraftscout.com for 2006 NFL Draft
Started first three games before an ankle sprain forced him to miss two games altogether and three starts...Wound up with eight starts and nine games played.
Started all 11 games for the Bulls at right guard, one of three linemen to start every game in the same spot (also LT Derrick Sarosi and RT Levi Newton)...Alex Herron started all 11, but six came at center and five at left guard.
Named team’s Rookie of the Year at annual awards banquet...Started all 11 games at right guard, making him one of three USF linemen (also Alex Herron, Levi Newton and Derrick Sarosi) to start all 11 games.
Utilized his redshirt season.
CLEARWATER HIGH SCHOOL
- Three-year starter at offensive guard for Clearwater High...Honorable mention all-state and first team all-county in 2000...Also named first team all-district and all-conference...Played in Palms Pinellas All-Star Game...Also played in the Global All-Star Game, a Super Bowl XXXV-sanctioned event that included high school players from around the world...Ranks 87th in FloridaPrepFootball.com Top 100...Lettered three years in football, two in track and one in wrestling...Coached by Tom Bostic.
- Born June 1, 1983 in Dunedin...Son of Wayne and Joyce Carothers...Has one sister.
CB Carnell Green-5'9 195 UC-Davis (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
Defensive back Carnell Green attended the University of California – Davis, where he started at cornerback for three seasons. As a senior in 2002, he earned all-west region division 2 second team honors and made the All-ICA second team. His team at UC-Davis reached the NCAA Division 2 national semi-finals in 2000 and 2001, and reached the quarterfinals in 2002.Green redshirted during the 1999 season after transferring from Abilene Christian where he was an all-conference honorable mention cornerback as a true freshman.He attended Arlington Sam Houston High School in Texas where he played football and ran track. He was all-district and all-area on the football team, and was able to display his speed as member of the district champion 400 and 1600-meter relay teams.During a NFL pro day on June 5th, 2002 at Azusa Pacific, Green was timed at 4.37 and 4.36 in the 40-yard dash. He also benched 225 lbs. 23 times and recorded a 42” vertical jump.
Pro Target Level CFL 2006/ AFL 2007
DE-Farouk Adelekan 6'2 270 Houston(TN Valley Vipers-AF2)
Sr/2004 Projected Round:
Rated number 44 out of 80 DE's
Continues to develop into a devastating defensive end...solidified status as one of the Cougars' top defender with an excellent spring...is listed as the Houston starter at right defensive end heading into fall camp...only started three times but still led UH in both tackles for loss (18 for 70 yards) and sacks (nine for 48)...almost 50 percent (47.4) of his total tackles were behind the line of scrimmage ...quick off the ball and strong at one-on-ones...wraps up at the point of impact and doesn't miss many tackles ...intelligent defender who is a big playmaker...should contend for honors this season...
Was a force in opposing backfields during the season ...led the Cougars with 18 tackles for a loss and added a team-best nine sacks for a loss of 48 yards...made at least one tackle for a loss in his final 11 consecutive games...recorded four tackles, forced two fumbles and added a sack against C-USA rival in his first appearance of the year during the Cougars' home opener...tallied two sacks and three tackles against Louisiana-Lafayette...posted three tackles for a loss of 13 yards and added a nine-yard sack at No. 3 Texas...made three tackles at UAB and added another tackle for a loss of three yards...posted a 10-yard sack with a quarterback hurry and added three tackles against Army...tied for team game- high honors with two tackles for a loss at Memphis...also added three tackles against the Tigers...continued to be a pest in opposing backfields against East Carolina...registered three tackles against the Pirates but two of those were sacks for a loss of 10 yards... recorded seven tackles with three solo stops and an 11-yard sack at Cincinnati...led team with three tackles for a loss against South Florida and added six tackles total against the Bulls...posted four tackles with a two-yard sack against Louisville in the season finale...
Prior to Houston:
...Was a preseason All-America selection at the College of DuPage...later picked up Honorable Mention All-America honors after sophomore campaign...was a two-time, All-Conference selection...grabbed All-Region, First-Team accolades as well...finished his JC career with 23.5 sacks and five blocked field goals...
Second Team, All-State defensive end as a senior in high school...also selected All-Conference on both sides of the ball...named All-Area...
Born October 13, 1981...son of Sherri Adelekan of Calumet, Ill....majoring in sociology.
DT JohnPaul Jones- McNeese St (Tennessee Valley Vipers-AF2)
2005 NFL DRAFT PROSPECT
JohnPaul is a physical defensive tackle who can dominate a game with his high motor and explosion off the ball. JohnPaul uses his toughness and sound technique in the trenches to beat and disengage from defenders. Often double teamed, JohnPaul’s thick frame and excellent upper and lower muscle mass allowed him to stay alive in those situations. Known as an aggressive tackler, JohnPaul is extremely agile and has great reaction time for someone his size. JohnPaul’s constant upbeat attitude on and off the field has always had a motivational effect on his teammates.
Pro Target Level NFL/CFL 2006
QB Aaron Leak- Troy St (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
INDOOR FOOTBALL SCOUTING BUREAU PROSPECT
Aaron Leak #7
Durham, NC/Riverside HS/UNC/Jones (MS) JC
… was named to the third-team All-Sun Belt team by Phil Steele’s College Football magazine … a strong-armed thrower with great athleticism, Leak returns as the Trojans’ most experienced quarterback and one of only four on the roster heading into the fall … a mobile player, Leak can tuck and run and often turns broken plays into gainers with his speed.
PRIOR TO TROY:
Spent the 2002 season at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Miss. … played in 10 games at quarterback for coach Parker Dykes…led the Bobcats to an 8-4 record and a No. 15 national ranking…ranked 15th nationally in passing in 2002, completing 105 of 235 passes (44.68 percent) for 1,794 yards, eight touchdowns and 11 interceptions…averaged 179.4 yards passing per game.
PRIOR TO JCJC:
Spent the 2000 and 2001 seasons at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill…was redshirted in 2000…played in two games for the Tar Heels in 2001…finished the season with one completion in four attempts for 24 yards passing and one carry for three rushing yards…completed his only pass attempt for 24 yards in the Tar Heels’ 41-9 win over Florida State on Sept. 22, 2001
...completed four of eight passes for 83 yards and one touchdown in the Tar Heels’ spring game in 2001.
Played for Coach Linny Wrenn at Riverside High School…led Riverside to a 9-3 record and second-place conference finish his senior season…completed 80 of 176 passes for 1,593 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior and had seven touchdown runs…passed for 1,300 yards as a junior…started for North Carolina in the Shrine Bowl high school all-star game…honorable Mention All-America by USA Today…two-time all-area selection by the Durham Herald-Sun…Prep Star All-America…also played basketball and baseball…scored a career-high 28 points in one basketball game…homered, tripled and had two doubles in a baseball game…honor student.
Born on Oct. 7, 1981, in Chapel Hill, N.C….legally changed his surname from Alston to Leak in 2000 … majoring in social science.
CB Elton "Woe-Life" Seals-,6'0 190 W.Oregon (Tri Cities Fever-NIFL)
Cactus Bowl Starter- Private workouts with Jacksonville Jaguars (2003)& Indianapolis Colts (2003)
CFL-B.C Lions- Personal Invite, Santa Monica,CA April '05 Scout Camp Tryout-Pro Player Grade (8.97) 4.57/40-Los Angeles,CA June'05 Scout Camp Elite Invite-Indianapolis,Indiana 2005 Ottawa Renegades(CFL)Tryout 12/04/05 2005 Las Vegas Gladiators(AFL)Personal Invite 12/10/05
NIFL- Tri Cities Fever
ELTON "WOE-LIFE" SEALS RESIGNS WITH TRI CITIES FEVER
ONE OF FIRST PLAYERS ON A NEW AND IMPROVED ROSTER
ELTON "WOE-LIFE" SEALS
SEE IFS SCOUTING FOR RESUME/BIO
WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY
D2 NATIONAL ALL-STAR.........STARTER CATCUS BOWL.....
JUCO ALL STAR AT BAKERSFIELD COLLEGE AT SAFETY......2 TIME ALL WESTERN STATE CONFORENCE 1998-99........Jim Ackerly Award with Most Outstanding Defensive back......Also awarded by team as Most Inspirational Player 2002...... OREGON GOVERNS AWARD WINNING FOR OVERCOMING HARDSHIP AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE BEFORE TRANSFERING TO WESTERN OREGON UNIVERSITY....2 TIME ALL-CONFERANCE AT CORNER BACK 2001-02.....2003 NATIONAL ALL-STAR.....2003 WEST TEAM STARTER IN CATCUS BOWL D2 ALL-STAR GAME.....NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK FIRST GAME FORCED 3 TURNOVERS GAME WINNING INTERCEPTION TO SEAL THE DEAL
PRO PROSPECT......2004 NFL HIDDEN GEM.....
COLLEGE GRADUATED.... 2 DEGREES AA LIBERAL BS INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES.... GRADUATED WITH HONORS
2004 ELITE PRO TESTING NUMBERS AT NATIONAL SCOUT COMBINE..... EXTRADORDINARY GRADES BOTH AT CB AND SAFTEY..... HIGHLY EXPLOSIVE, DYNAMIC PLAYER CAN PLAY ANY SKILL POSITION..... VERSATILE ATHLETE... IMMEDIATE IMPACT PLAYER.....PRIVATE WORKOUTS WITH THE NFL, CFL,AFL1..
2004 STANDOUT FOR THE BAKERSFIELD BLITZ A2
2005 STANDOUT FOR THE ELPASO RUMBLE IFL
2006 INGLEWOOD BLACKHAWKS STANDOUT PLAYER OF THE WEEK VERSUS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA STEERLER, #1 SEMI PRO TEAM IN COUNTRY.... PLAYED EVERY POSITION IN SECONDARY AND STARTED TWO GAMES AT LB FORCING TWO TURNOVERS..... STRONG IN THE SECONDARY .....ONE OF LEADING TACKLERS WITH 70..... DOMINATING ON SPECIAL TEAMS.....
2006 SAME SEASON STARTED FOR DEFENDING NATIONAL CHAMPION TRI CITIES FEVER OF THE NIFL.... IMMEDIATE IMPACT..... INSTRUMENTAL IN FIRST WIN SEALING THE DEAL WITH A TIMELY INTERCEPTION.... LEAD THE TEAM IN TACKLES SECOND GAME
2007 PICKED AS ONE OF FIRST PLAYERS TO RESIGN WITH REVAMPED TRICITY FEVER TEAM EAGER TO RECLAIM THE TITLE!
WR Jasonus Tillery- Catawba 6'1 205 (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
2006 NFL Kansas City Chiefs Mini Camp May 11-14th
OG/DL Mo Sanders-W.Carolina (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
#51 ranked OG for the 2005 NFL Draft according to NFLDraftScout and the #43 OG by www.CNNSI.com
BIO: Two-year starter at guard who served as a top back-up during his sophomore campaign.
POSITIVES: Quick, hard-working, short area blocker. Jolts opponents at the point of attack, displays good overall body strength and works to keep his pads low. Strong, easily hides oncoming rushers from their angle of attack in pass protection or turns them off the line. Effectively uses blocking angles and keeps his feet moving throughout the action.
NEGATIVES: Lacks adjustment, blocking range, and balance off the line of scrimmage. Not a natural knee bender. Must do a better job extending his hands and keeping defenders away.
ANALYSIS: A hard worker but marginal athlete, Sanders could back up at the next level for a power-running offense or zone blocking team.
PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent
Pro Target Level NFL/CFL 2006 AFL 2007
OG Kurt Sigler-,24, 6'5 310 E.Washington (Spokane Shock- AF2)
2005 NFL Buffalo Bills Free Agent Camp
2005 CFL Winnipeg Blue Bombers Camp
School: E. Washington
Conference: Big Sky
40 Time: 5.83
2004 Scout Grade: 3.23
BIO:Two-time all-conference selection that started every game at left tackle last season after playing on the strong side the prior year. Missed significant time the prior two seasons with ailments including a concussion.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized collegiate tackle that projects to guard at the next level. Blocks with good lean, body positioning and effectively uses angles. Technically sound, tough and works to finish blocks. Patient, efficient and uses all his assets to the fullest. Stout at the point of attack and anchors in pass protection.
NEGATIVES: Stiff, not light on his feet and lacks footwork sliding out to protect the edge. More of a finesse blocker than mauler and a marginal athlete.
ANALYSIS: Sigler is a limited-area blocker with some size potential. His combination of work ethic and intangibles gives him a chance to make a two-deep but his body strength must quickly improve.
PROJECTION: Undrafted NFL Free Agent
RB Corey Larkins- Tennessee (Billings Outlaws- NIFL)
2005 NFL Tennessee Titans Rookie Camp......Versatile veteran has spent time both at tailback and in secondary ... Coaching staff impressed with his leadership skills, both on and off field ... Also accomplished kick-return specialist who has moved among UT career leaders in both returns and yards ... Improved career numbers to 49 returns and 1,066 yards—ranking third and fourth, respectively, on UT charts—for a 21.8-yard average ... Missed last three weeks of 2004 spring drills with ankle injury ... Coach Taylor’s evaluation: “Corey has been a pleasant surprise with his leadership, even in the spring when he was injured. He’s the kind of runner who can take it the distance and who also catches the ball very well..” ...
Born: Oct. 23, 1981
Pro Target Level CFL 2006
WR Jeremy Werner- Walsh (Marion Mayhem- GLIFL)
2004-Pori Bears (Finland) Played WR,RB, LB,S. 9 games, 69 rec, 737 yds, 5 TD; 86 carries, 361 yds, 5 TD; 97 tackles, 61 solo, 5 TFL, 3 FF, 3 FR, 1 INT. Team MVP and Defensive MVP.
2005-Rauma Sea City Storm (Finland) 10 games 52 rec, 1130 yds, 10 TD, 24 KOR, 814 yds, 2 TD, 33.9 yds/return, 39 solo tackles 18 asst, 4 TFL, 2FF, 2 FR, 2 TD 2,044 all-purpose yards.
College: Walsh University (Canton, OH) Played DB, LB, FB and TB, in a run heavy offense. 44 games. Scored 6 career TD’s, 455 rush yds, 355 rec yds, 61 tackles.Academic All-American.
Pro Target Level AFL 2007
CB/WR Calvin Williams-,25, 5'9 175 NC A&T (Carolina Ghostriders-AIFL)
A physical corner although a smaller defender. Tough, scrappy player. Good raw talent that can only improve with experience. Can cover teams better receivers. Good speed and agility to go along with a mind for the game. A willing run supporter. Opens hips good. Gets a good jump on the ball. Definitely has pro ability. Extremely quick feet. Maintains good range on the ball. Also, an experienced wide receiver having played in high school and college.
DB Ali Grose-Ashland Univ- (Marion Mayhem-GLIFL)
College:Ashland University 96-99 Second Team All-Conference Selection Junior Year First Team All Conference Cornerback Senior year.Member of 1997 Ashland Football team which made its first Division II playoff appearance.Lead team in interceptions in 1998 (7).Also Most improved Player award.Tied for team high interceptions in 1999 (6). 4th on team in tackles.Great Lakes Intercollegiate Conference player of the week November 19, 1999 Vs. Findlay University (3 ints. 1 Fumble recovery.)
DE Moqut Ruffins- 6'5 279 La Tech- (Lakeland Thunderbolts-NIFL)
2005: 1st team All -Wac.....33 tackles, 7 TFL, 3 sacks, 5 PBU's, 2 FR, 1FF
2004: Saw action in all 12 games for Louisiana Tech on the defensive line and on special teams ... Totaled 27 tackles on the year, including 12 solo stops and 15 assisted tackles ... Added one tackle for loss for minus one yard ... Recorded a career-high five tackles in loss to Top 25 Tennessee ... Added four tackles in wins over Nevada and Tulsa ...
2003: Saw action in all 12 games for Louisiana Tech as a defensive lineman and on the Bulldogs special teams ... Recorded 12 tackles on the year, including six solo stops and six assisted tackles ... Also recorded one tackle for loss for minus 12 yards ... Recovered one fumble and broke up one pass attempt ... Recorded a career-high three tackles in the win over SMU, including one tackle for loss ... Registered two tackles against Fresno State, UTEP and Nevada ... Recovered a fumble in the win over UL-Lafayette, while also breaking up a pass ...
2002: Member of the scout squad ... High School: Played defensive end and wide receiver for coach Steve Antonucci at Middletown High School South ... Helped lead the Eagles to the 2000 and 2001 Central Jersey Group 3 title ... Also played basketball ... Named all-conference in basketball in 2000-01 and first team all-county and team MVP in 2000-01 ...
Getting Acquainted: Son of Herbert and Vanessa Ruffins ... Has one sister, Amira ... Liberal arts major ... Born April 6, 1984, in Monterey, Calif. ... Age 21.
DE Quarvay Wimbush- 6'5 262 La Tech- (Lakeland Thunderbolts-NIFL)
2005: 20 tackles, 2 1/2 TFL, 1 1/2 sacks, 1 FF
2004: Saw action in all 12 games for Tech on the defensive line and on the Bulldog special teams units ... Totaled 13 tackles on the year, including three solo stops and 10 assisted tackles ... Added one tackle for loss and half a sack ... Recorded a season-best three tackles in loss to Top 25 Tennessee ... Added two tackles against Top 5 Auburn and win over Rice ... Registered his first career sack in win over Tulsa ...
2003: Saw action in all 12 games for Louisiana Tech as a defensive lineman ... Recorded 10 tackles on the year, including five solo stops and five assisted tackles ... Registered a career-high four tackles against eventual national champion LSU ... Also recorded two tackles against UL-Lafayette, Fresno State and SMU ...
2002: Member of the scout squad ...
2001: Sat out
High School: Played defensive end for coach David Prescott and Tara High School ... Also played basketball and lettered in track for the Trojans ... Earned 2nd team all-district honors as senior ... Recorded 20 tackles and two sacks ... Also a member of the Tara pep band ...
Getting Acquainted: Son of James and Marie Turner .... Has three brothers, Adal, Ryan and Chris, and two sisters, Jamie and Tina ... Health and physical education major ... Born May 29, 1982, in Baton Rouge, La. ... Age 23
OL Brad Kunz-Miami,Fla (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
The Evansville BlueCats are pleased to announce the signing of lineman Brad Kunz from the University of Miami. Kunz is originally from Carlyle, Illinois, and joins the BlueCats after a four-year career on the offensive line of the Miami Hurricanes.Kunz played at Miami from 2000-2004 after redshirting as a freshman in 1999. During his time at Miami, Kunz saw action at offensive tackle and guard. He played in all four BCS Bowl games during his college career, highlighted by the 2002 Rose Bowl where Kunz and his Miami teammates defeated Nebraska 37-14 to win the National Championship.
WR DAVID BLOUNT, 25 ,Univ Of Virginia & Hampton Univ. 6'4 228
Ranked 17th Best High School Player In Virginia in 1999
2005-GFL Weyhe Vikings-CONTRACT
2005 Stats-45 receptions , 1067 yds 5tds receiving in 8 games
2006-Dayton Bulldogs (NIFL)
DT Johnny Brown-S.Oregon (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
2005 Season-40 tackles, 7 for loss , 1 FR...
2004 SeasonRedshirted.Previous College...
2003 Season Started 10 games at nose guard and compiled 37 tackles at NCAA Div. II Northwood (Mich.) University in 2003.
2002 Season An all-conference and all-state defensive lineman at Laney College in 2002.
Fremont High-A three-year all-city defensive lineman who received national accolades as a senior.
Personal Born Feb. 5, 1983 in Oakland, Calif.Business Management major.
Pro Target Level CFL 2007
QB Pat Rossi-,23, 6'2 205 Assumption (Dayton Bulldogs-NIFL)
2002 Freshmen of year at Assumption.Throws the long ball real well, gets alot of air under it and puts some nice touch on it. Sometimes a little underthrown but hit in stride for the most part. Made some nice throws on the move and across his body that showed better than avg arm strength there. Most of all I like his command of the offense ,though I thought too often he has a tendency to look on to his receivers.Pat has a good pocket presence and does look to his other options downfield and does enough scrambling wise to keep defenses honest. shows good field awareness,& QB presence and a certain calmness with the offense . Can definitely be a starting QB at the developmental indoor level and shoudl thrive in the right offense if given the opportunity.
Pro Target Level AFL/CFL 2008
DS Damaro Wheeler-Azusa Pacific (Odessa Roughnecks-IFL)
Began College career at West Liberty State , a D2 school where he is the single season record holder for Pass Breakups with 14. A big (6'1 200) , hard hitting corner with 4.4 speed , Damaro is a legit CFL prospect.
Pro Target Level CFL 2006
RB Elijah Freer- Rowan (Greensboro Revolution-NIFL)
Pro Career 2004(German League): Starnberg Argonauts :148 car 1355 yds 13 td 2003(NIFL) played 1 year with the Rapid City Reddogs.
WR-James Walton 6'2 200 - Truman St- Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
rated #187 WR Prospect in 2006 Draft by NFL Draft Scout
WR Ricky Gehres-Cambellsville (Odessa Roughnecks-IFL)
2001-2004 Campbellsville University,(Transfer from W.Kentucky)
- 4 yearlettermen at WR- All-Time School Leader with 15 receptions, 2202 yards, 15 touchdowns
2005-GFL-Langenfeld Longhorns Led the
league in scoring for most of the season, then finished 4th top scorer in the 2nd league. - Finished with 73 receptions, 1246 yards, 15 touchdowns.- Amassed 1658 all-purpose yards.
Pro Target Level AFL 2007
WR Paul Mandeville-Cambellsville (Peoria Roughriders-UIF)
2001-2004 Campbellsville University
-Transfer from the University of Tennessee where I was an invited walk-on-4 year letterman-3 year starter at reciever-31 receptions 431 yards 5 touchdowns in an option based offense with quarterback issues at times-Averaged 23.6 yards per kick return long runs of 57 and 66
2000 University of Tennessee Redshirted and played on scout team, transferred out with a need to play earlier
Pro Target Level AFL 2008
LB Matt Harrell-Ft.Valley St- (Lakeland Thunderbolts-NIFL)
Ht: 6'0 Wt: 225 bench:30reps VJ:30
2000 Methodist College 97 tack 14TFL 6FF2001 133tack 19TFL 13FF
2002 UCF SPRING BALL 21tck 3TFL 44 DEF PLAYS
2003 FVSU 89 TACK 9TFL 2 INT 4 FF 8 GAMES DUE TO COACH
2004 FVSU66 TACK 5TFL 2INT 5FF 5GAMES DUE TO
RB Dyral McMillan- S.Florida (Lakeland Thunderbolts-NIFL)
1995 Dyral became the first true Freshmen to start at the University of Miami,Fla since 1975, and he led the team in rushing the following year.
1997 he started three games before breaking his collarbone, redshirting and transferring to the University of South Florida. His career numbers at Miami,Fla were 223 carries for 1,063 yds, 7 Tds and 5 catches for 100yds.At South Florida he was used almost extensively at fullback in a one back set.
1998 he gained 229 yds on only 44 carries with 4 tds.
1999 he set a scool record with 1,017 yds on 181 carries ,9tds and 7 catches for 76yds and 1 Td.His running style and body type is similar to a thicker,
faster Olandis Gary or Emmit Smith.He's a versatile weapon that can run,catch,block, and play special teams.Dyral was signed by the NFL's San Francisco 49ers in 2000.
WR Adrian Perez- (Lakeland Thunderbolts-NIFL)
OL Gary Moore-6'6 320 Colorado (Florida Frenzy-NIFL)
AT COLORADO: This Season (Sr.) -- Enters the fall as the backup to both tackle positions, but since he’s also played guard in his career, with the experienced depth the way it is on the team he figures to see plenty of action if he doesn’t wrestle a starting position away from someone else.
2004 (Jr.) -- He saw action in all 13 games including the Houston Bowl (no starts), as he played in 12 on offense (the bowl as well) and in all on the field goal/PAT unit on special teams (he played all 53 snaps on the unit). He graded out to 74.0 percent for the season on 100 gradable snaps from scrimmage, with two knockdown blocks. He allowed just one quarterback pressure and did not allow a sack or get called for any penalties. His top game grade with 10 or more plays came against North Texas (75.0). He saw action at both guard and tackle.
2003 (Soph.) -- He saw action in all 12 games, including nine of offense and all on special teams (one start, the first of his career coming at Texas Tech). On offense, he played 277 snaps, grading out to 67.1 percent for the season. He had six knockdown blocks and two touchdown blocks while allowing nine pressures, four quarterback sacks and was called for three penalties. His top game grade of 81.0 came against Kansas (61 snaps, 51 plus-plays), while grading out to 71.7 percent (61-43) in his start against Texas Tech. He also played all 50 snaps on the field goal/PAT unit on special teams.
2002 (Fr.-RS -- He was the backup at tight-side tackle the entire season, seeing action in five regular season games as well as the Alamo Bowl against Wisconsin. He was in for 27 plays from scrimmage, grading out to 77.8 percent (21 plus plays) during the 13-game regular season, and played almost two dozen more in the bowl game. He had three knockdown blocks and one downfield block on the year. In an impressive off-season conditioning program, he worked hard to drop 45 pounds from his frame, down to 325 from the 370 he weighed when he reported to CU.
2001 (Fr.) -- Redshirted; practiced the entire season on the offensive line. Prior to the Kansas game, he sang “God Bless America” at Folsom Field in the first game following the tragic Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He was CU’s Scout Team Offensive Award winner for that game as well.
HIGH SCHOOL -- He earned PrepStar All-American and all-Midlands honors as a senior as the No. 7 defensive lineman in the region and the No. 29 player overall. Also named all-Midlands by the Prep Football Report and SuperPrep, who respectively named him as the No. 5 and No. 10 offensive linemen in the region. He was named all-state by the Rocky Mountain News and honorable mention by the Denver Post, and was also selected to the Colorado blue chip list by both newspapers. He also made the Las Vegas Sun’s Super 11 honorable mention team (showcasing the best 33 players in the west). A two-time, first-team all-Centennial Conference selection as a junior and senior. He predominantly played offensive guard, but did see occasional action on defense in short yardage situations, registering four tackles. He tore his MCL late in October of his senior year (against Boulder); he underwent reconstructive knee surgery shortly thereafter and missed the remainder of the season. Top games as a senior before the injury included a 24-17 win over Arapahoe, when he helped pave the way for Overland tailback Marcus Sias’ 200-yard rushing day, and a 24-21 overtime victory over Smoky Hill that sent the Trailblazers into the playoffs. Defensively, his best career game came against Mullen as a junior, where he knocked down five passes in a 33-17 losing effort. Posted 22 tackles as a junior, five for losses, one fumble recovery and the five PBU’s from that one game. Overland was 7-4 his senior season, losing to Northglenn in the first round of the state playoffs, 3-7 his junior year and 6-4 his sophomore year under coach Tony Manfredi. In the Rocky Mountain News, Manfredi said of Moore, “(He is) one of the most dominating offensive lineman to pass through this state in several years.”. SuperPrep backed him up in writing, “He is totally dominating along the trenches.” He also lettered three times in basketball, averaging 8.2 points and 6.0 rebounds per game as a junior on the varsity team. He also lettered twice in track, throwing the discus and shot put.
ACADEMICS -- He is majoring in economics at Colorado.
PERSONAL -- Born November 14, 1982 in Denver. He loves music, especially gospel music and sings in his church choir. Hobbies include singing and drawing.
OL John Shanahan-6'5 315 Florida International (Florida Frenzy-NIFL)
2004 (Junior): Played in nine games, started seven at left tackle, after missing the season opener with a left ankle injury…assisted FIU in attaining a ranking of No. 42 nationally in total offense (382.78 ypg) and 54th in scoring (27.89)...teamed to allow only nine sacks of the quarterback...vast experience will keep him in the offensive line rotation.
2003 (Sophomore): Saw action at the left tackle position in nine games with four starts…ranked second among linemen, seeing action on 616 snaps.
2002 (Freshman): A big surprise on offense who came in and started all 11 games at left tackle as a true freshman…played in 550 plays on the year and graded out at 74 percent…only had four penalties called against him all season.
Brandon High School: Honorable mention All-Hillsborough County for head coach Ernest Hayes…All-Western Conference and a member of Team Elite…first-team East/West All-Star Game participant…team captain…averaged 1.5 pancakes per game…also played on the defensive line in crucial situations…awarded the Dick Lewis Blocking Award as a senior.
Personal: Born September 3, 1984…son of Michael and Patricia Shanahan……also recruited by South Florida, Minnesota and Vanderbilt…Criminal Justice major.
RB/KR Jeremiah Trotter III- Crown College-Odessa Roughnecks-IFL)
Jeremiah Trotter III is a 5’7” 185 pound running back / kick returner from Crown College. Jeremiah Trotter III is the cousin of Pro Bowler and Philadelphia Eagles LB Jeremiah Trotter. Trotter gained over 6,300 all purpose yards and rushed over 4,000 yards at Crown College. Trotter was timed at a 4.38 40 yard dash and is capable of taking all the way on any play. Trotter picked up a lot of awards at Crown College
2000 was named All Conference with 1110 All Purpose yards and 7 touchdowns.
2001 UMAC Player of Week Twice and was a NCCAA All-American with 203 carries 1003 yards, 9 touchdowns.
2002 was a NCCAA / NAIA All American with 1154 All Purpose yards and 8 touchdowns.
2003 Trotter rushed for 1,817 yards on 332 attempts to finish 2nd in NAIA behind Drafted NY Jets RB Derek Ward. Trotter finished with 17 touchdowns and was a NAIA Don Hansen All-American, All Conference, and NCCAA All American. In 2005 Trotter played in two games with Black Hills Red Dogs where he played both sides of the ball.Coach went on to say about Trotter, “Jeremiah Trotter can run he had 4,000 yards rushing in college and will have to see how he adapts to the indoor game.”
Pro Target Level CFL 2006
OL John Donatto-26, 6'3 330 Midwestern St-(Tri Cities Fever-NIFL)
The Fever are proud to announce the signing of Offensive Linesmen John Donatto. Donatto, standing 6"4" and 330 lbs., had a collegiate career at Division II power Midwestern State. Donatto was worked out by several NFL scouts following his college career and has experience in the indoor game at both the NIFL and af2 levels. Donatto was a Division II All-Region and All-American offensive lineman. His size and strength will provide a powerful presence on the Fevers' offensive line.
Pro Target Level AFL/CFL 2007
WR/OS Ray Denson - 6'1 205 SW Minnesota St-(Lakeland Thunderbolts-NIFL)
2005 Caught68 for 884 yds with 6 tds
2004 Earned honorable-mention Div II All-Northwest Region honors after catching 59 passes for 917 yards and eight touchdowns
DE Travis Cutner-26, 6'2 255 S.Carolina- (Marion Mayhem-UIF)
Personal:Travis was a 4.0 GPA H.S student.He ran track and cross country as well as played basketball. He had an academic and partial scholarship to play Basketball at South Carolina & NC A&T.Had a full academic scholarship to Johnson C. Smith. He is currently a certified personal trainer with the Natl Academy of Sports Medicine and a trainer at Golds Gym. He also is a therapeutic youth counselor with Alston Wilkes and has been a shift supervisor for 3 yrs. Was timed at John Lestini Free Agent combine in Mobile, Al at 4.46/40 . Weighed in at 6'2 and 240 lbs.He is a tremendous athlete for his size and is very strong.Im still awaiting film to evaluate but based on his measurables and numbers he deserves strong consideration
for a developmental indoor roster spot to gain exposue for AFL & CFL opporutnities next year and for CFL training camp in May if he dominates the indoor game."I have the hunger to be the best at any postion that I play",said Cutner.(MLF)Millinieum League all-star and I lead my team in tackles&sacks with 80tackles 17sacks and 10Force Fumbles,5 Fumbles recovered and a perfect 10-0 season.
Pro Target Level CFL 2006/2007
LB Greg Hamilton- ( Marion Mayhem- GLIFL)
Age: 22 Height: 5’ 11’Weight: 220 Position: Inside/ Outside Linebacker Teams: 2005-present- Beaver County Warrior(this season stats- Team Captain, 1st Team All-Star, 11 games played,101 tackles, 5 sacks, 1 interception)2004- 2003: Pittsburgh Colts40 yard dash: 4.8 sec.20 yard shuttle: 4.7 sec.Vertical jump: 25 in.Bench Press 225 lbs.: 18 times High School: North Catholic H. S.
WR Chris Medlen-,25,6'0 190 St.Marys (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
2002-University of Saint Mary senior yr 72 catches 1,074 yards 10 Td’s in only 9 games. Team Captain 1st Team All-American All Conference Honors WR 1st Team (u) All-Conference KCAC Offense player of the week National Players of the Week(13 catches 236 yds 3 tds)
2nd in the nation for catches and yards in a single season
2003-AF2 Memphis Explorers Training Camp
2004-GFL Kempton Comets 43 catches 720 yards 8 Td’s in 5 games
2005-UIF Evansville Bluecats- 2 catches, 28 yards
DE/LB Joe "Bam" Izzard- McPherson- (Charleston Sandsharks-NIFL)
Ht:6010, Wt:255 40time:4.75/4.78
Smart young man. Shows heart.. Has a good first step. Speed has been considered a weakness. Plays hard. Always around the ball. Can go up high to intercept a pass with ease. Just wants the opportunity to play. Career: 3 year captain. 3 year starter. Received life-time athletic award at McPherson. Council Member and Co-founder of FIF Fraternity.
2003: 14 tackles, 3 tackles for loss,and 2 quarterback hurries. Played in National Allstars.com game on April 17, 2004. Played the gamein Dallas/Ft. Worth Texas. Seniors from D1A-NAIA participated in the event. Joe had 3 tackles and2 quarterback hurries.
2002: Had 12 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 fumble
recovery, 2 quarterback hurries, 3 pass breakup, and 1 blocked Kick.
2001: Transferred to McPherson College fromPikeville. Recorded 26 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 3 quarterback hurries, 1 pass breakup, and 1.5sacks. KCAC Player of the Week vs. Sterling with had 14 tackles (11 unassisted), 2 for loss, and 1sack. Suffered a 4th quarter lower back injury.
2000-2001: Attended Pikeville College. Played LB and Special Teams. Weighed 215lbs. Coached by Coach Wilson.
Personal:Son of Joe and Virginia Izzard. Born on November 19, 1981.
Workout Numbers: 6000, 255lbs, 345 bench max, 18 reps, 550squat, 4.7 40, 4.19 short shuttle, 10'1 broad jump.
S/LB Dan Reece-UC-Davis (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
Also joining the BlueCats from UC-Davis is strong safety Daniel Reece. As a senior in 2004, Davis earned started each game and earned first team all-conference honors at safety. He was also named special teams player of the year in 2002.In high school he played linebacker at Paso Robles High School in California. He was named to the All-7 Districts first team and linebacker of the year as a senior. He was named Co-Defensive MVP in his conference as a senior and was also named as an all-league linebacker as a junior. His team at Paso Robles won their division and went to their section finals in back-to-back seasons.
WR- Richard Cooper, 25,6'4 190 (Johnstown Riverhawks-AIFL)
College: Avila(NAIA) & St. Mary's(NAIA)Tall Rangy Wide Receiver* Great Deep speed* Will go up and make the tough catch in traffic*Doesnt short arm*Excellent hands and sideline awareness*Very good run after Catch ability* 2 Time All American* 2 Time All Heartland of America Conference* 1 Time All Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference* 2001-2003 Avila University* 2004 St. Mary's* College Career totals -
28games-145 catches-2,269 yds-25tds.
Pro:*2005 NIFL Lincoln Capitals* 6gms*40recepts*455yds*10tds*Team Record 10 recepts*127yds*5Tds vs River City Rage
Semi Pro: 2005 Kane County Eagles-6 GP, 14 recepts, 346yds, 4Tds
2006- Johnstown Riverhawks
Pro Target Level CFL 2007
LB John Cousins- USC- (Port Huron Pirates-GLIFL)
2005:Wyoming Cavalry(NIFL),Inglewood Blackhawks (CFA)
2002:Senior year USC.
2001: Cousins, a senior who has handled the challenge of deafness to successfully compete on the football field, appeared in all 12 games, he had 28 tackles, including 1 for a 1-yard loss, and an interception.
2000: Cousins, a junior college transfer who enrolled at USC in the spring of 2000 as a junior and participated in spring drills, redshirted as a reserve strongside linebacker in 2000.JUNIOR COLLEGE: He was a 1999 Super Prep JUCO 100 pick as a linebacker in 1999 at West Los Angeles (Calif.) Junior College. As a freshman in 1998 at West Los Angeles, he won All-Western State Conference honorable mention honors as a defensive end. He also was a sprinter and javelin thrower on West Los Angeles' track team.
FB/LB-Joseph Oniwor -UNLV (Amarillo Dusters-AF2)
Joseph Oniwor (6’1, 260) was a two-year starter at Nose Guard at UNLV. During those two seasons, he was a dominating run-stopper and extremely active pass-rusher as well, racking up 42 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks. In two seasons at Cerritos Junior College in California, Oniwor racked up 61 tackles and 3 sacks as well.“Joseph’s workout video was very impressive,” said Perdue. “Add to that the fact that he’s probably 20 to 30 pounds lighter than what he played at while he was at UNLV. He was all over the field there, so to think about him being lighter on his feet and quicker is really exciting. Nose tackles don’t accumulate stats like that unless they are going all out on every snap. Joseph has the potential to dominate."
Pro Target Level AFL/CFL 2007
S Patrick Jenkins-Hawaii (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
Patrick Jenkins played defensive back at the University of Hawaii from 2001-2004. He was a member of the Hawaii teams that won back-to-back Hawaii Bowls in 2003 and 2004. Jenkins was born in Philadelphia before moving to Orlando where he attended Dr. Phillips High School. In high school he played several positions on defense, including defensive end, linebacker, and defensive back.
DB Jerrell Hardy-San Jose St (Evansville Bluecats-UIF)
2004-Starter in all 11 games.55 tackles, 3 ints,9 pass break ups, 1 fumble recovery
2003-Hardy played in every game and started five of the final six contests. He was credited with 20 tackles and five pass break-ups. His one interception came in the UTEP win.Hardy was an all-conference player at Laney College (Coach Stan Peters). In 2002, he was named his team’s "Top Defensive Back," had three interceptions and was credited with 28 tackles. As a freshman, he played free safety and had 70 tackles and two interceptions. The graduate of Skyline High School in Oakland, Calif., lettered in football (Coach John Beam) and track and field. He was an all-league football pick as a senior and participated in the 2001 San Francisco vs. Oakland high school all-star football game. Jerrell was a sprinter on the Skyline track and field teams. One of his older brothers, Keith Reynolds, was a wide receiver on the 1992 and 1993 Washington State University football teams. He had a cousin, Charlie Hardy, who played football and basketball at San Jose State in the early 1950’s and went on to play for the San Francisco 49ers. Jerrell was born in Oakland, Calif., on May 16, 1983.
Pro Target Level AFL/CFL 2007
QB Chris Dapolito-Duke (Les Argonautes- FFFA-France)
2005: Ranked #61 QB Prospect by NFLDraftScout
2004: ...experienced right-handed thrower with 15 games of experience over the last two seasons ... has displayed a good command of the Duke offense ... solid leader of the team ... earned the Most Improved Quarterback honor following spring drills ...
2003:Saw action in six games including the last five of the year ... hit on 30-of-54 passes for 343 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions ... completed 55.6 percent of his pass attempts -- up from a .388 showing in 2002 ... also rushed 29 times for 85 yards ... received the Ace Parker Award, an honor presented annually to the Duke player who displays unparalleled commitment to the team.
2002:Played in nine games as Duke's backup quarterback ... ... completed 26-of-67 (.388) pass attempts for 295 yards and four touchdowns ... threw four interceptions ... rushed 38 times for 88 net yards and one touchdown ...
2001:Did not see game action due to NCAA regulations concerning I-A transfers ... operated Duke's scout team offense. 2000:Did not see game action as a true freshman at Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J.
High School:Prior to Duke:Three-year starting quarterback at Matawan High School ... led Matawan to a 21-8 record in that span, including 16-4 in his last two years ... threw for 1,793 yards and 15 TDs as a senior, completing 102 of 196 passes ... also gained 289 yards on the ground and punted for a 40-yard average ... named to New Jersey's Super 100 All-State Football Team following his senior season ... as a junior, he threw for 945 yards and seven touchdowns ... named first team all-state as a punter as a senior ... nationally ranked javelin thrower who was a two-time state champion.
Personal:Majoring in sociology ... son of Frank and Susan Dapolito ... born December 15, 1981.
LB-Todd McCullough-6'4 240 Univ.Of Florida(Bergamo Lions)
Overview:Has played in 29 games, with six starts, for 669 career plays…Has 68 career tackles, including 33 solo hits…Has registered seven defensive "Big Plays" despite limited playing time…Received his second consecutive President's Award at the conclusion of 2003 spring drills for having the team's highest grade point average.
2004 Season:Saw action in eight games (EMU, Kentucky, Arkansas, LSU, MTSU, Miss. State, Georgia and Miami) for 154 plays…Missed the Vanderbilt and South Carolina games with an ankle sprain and did not see action against Tennessee or Florida State…Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll…Made first appearance since the 2003 Tennessee game in the season opener against Eastern Michigan…Against Mississippi State, matched a career-best eight tackles in a season-high 46 plays…Recorded first career fumble recovery against Georgia…Recorded seven tackles against Middle Tennessee State…127-of-154 plays during the season came in his final four games he played.
2003Season:Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll…Named to the Butkus Award Watch List but missed the remainder of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery prior to the Mississippi game…Also played on kickoff return, punt and punt return teams in three games for 23 plays…Started the first two games of 2003 vs. SJSU and Miami and also saw time vs. Tennessee…Missed the FAMU game with a shoulder injury…Ranked second among linebackers with two tackles vs. SJSU…Recorded a team-high two TFL in the win over SJSU…Ranked third among linebackers with 50 plays vs. No. 3 Miami.
2002 Season:Played in 12 games (all but Ole Miss) with four starts (Tennessee, Kentucky, Auburn and Michigan at WLB)…Florida's third most experienced linebacker with 333 plays…Named to the 2002 Verizon Academic All-District III Second Team, with a 3.61 GPA in Business Administration…Entered the season as a top reserve linebacker and named a starter vs. Ohio but did not actually start when UF opened in a nickel defense…Suffered a bruised shoulder vs. Tennessee and saw limited action for the remainder of the season… Also played on punt coverage team…Tied his career-high of seven total tackles vs. Tennessee and had one pass deflection and one hurry vs. the Vols… Had a career-high eight tackles vs. Auburn.
2001 Season:Backup at strongside linebacker and also saw time on special teams as a true freshman…Played in six of 11 regular-season games (Auburn, Georgia, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Florida State and Tennessee) and also the 2002 Orange Bowl…76 plays on the season…Seven tackles on the season, with four on special teams.
High School:One of the state's top linebackers in 2000 who earned prep All- America recognition…Received All-America recognition from National Bluechips and that publication ranked him among the nation's top 10 players at strong-side linebacker…Ranked among the state's top six linebackers by SuperPrep…A second-team All-State (2A) selection in 1999 and 2000…Named to Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville) Super 24 Team…111 tackles, 59 solo, in 2000 with six QB sacks and two interceptions… Also visited Clemson… High school coach was Corky Rogers.
QB Davon Vinson , 6'3 228 NW La St.( Seinajoki Crocodiles-SAJL-Finland)
2005: Preseason All-SLC First Team: The unquestioned leader of the Demons' offense entering his third year as thestarting quarterback (24 games, 23 starts), Vinson is expected to pick up wherehe left off in 2004. His smooth play and strong leadership spearheaded theDemons' surge down the stretch last fall to the Southland Conferenceco-championship. Vinson has a powerful arm and the ability to turn even aquarterback sneak into a big play, as he did for a TD vs. Sam Houston State (18yards) and Stephen F. Austin (49 yards) last year. An unselfish player, Vinsonleads more by example, but his enthusiasm clearly inspires the Demons.Record Watch: Vinson ranks ninth all-time in school history in passing yards(2,781), attempts (405) and completions (206), and in total offense (3,394yards) ... if he can match last year's production, he can become only the thirdDemon QB ever to throw for 4,000 career yards and could finish third all-time intotal offense.Honors: All-Southland Conference Honorable Mention selection? SouthlandConference Offensive Player of the Week, 11/20/04 (Stephen F. Austin)? SouthlandConference Offensive Player of the Week, 9/7/2003 (Tulane).
Had a dynamic November once Demons abandoned QB rotation (with backupConnor Morel entering game at some point in first half, usually on third series)... steered Demons to an average of 42 points and 517 total yards in final threeregular-season games ... he averaged 237 yards in total offense in that stretch.. passing, was 31-55-2 (56.3 percent) for 543 yards and four TDs while he ranfor 167 yards on 24 carries, and four TDs in closing three games of SLC season... started all 12 games ... was ? the team?s third-leading rusher with 348yards on 63 carries and 5 TDs? passed for 148 yards and a 17-yard TD to Derrick Doyle on 12 for 27 accuracy while also rushing for 26 yards on 9 carries inseason opener vs. La.-Lafayette? was 7 for 11 passing for 75 yards and rushedfor 21 more on 5 carries in 52-6 drubbing of Texas Southern.In a shortappearance, had 48 yards passing with a 32-yard TD to Derrick Doyle on 2 for 3accuracy with 2 carries for 13 yards in 63-14 pasting of Oklahoma Panhandle. was 5 for 7 with 47 yards and a TD pass to Clayton Broyles and an interception invictory over Appalachian State had 38 yards rushing on 4 attempts, highlightedby a dazzling 46-yard TD scamper, and threw for 51 yards on 3 for 9 passing witha 27-yard TD strike to Josh Mosby in big win against McNeese State had a 21-yard TD pass to Derrick Doyle in 5 of 13 for 74 yards passing with aninterception and 33 yards rushing on 7 carries at North Dakota State? impressive206 yards with 8 and 30-yard TD passes to Derrick Doyle on 13 of 21 passing withan interception and a 6-yd TD run in his 7 carries for 58 yards against TexasState had an 18-yard TD run and 6-yard TD pass to Issa Banna in 45-27 defeat ofSam Houston State? had two 1-yard TD dives and a 27-yard TD strike to Toby Zeigler in 11 carry for 74 yards and 12 of 20 passing for 269 yards Player ofthe Week performance vs. Stephen F. Austin? threw 10-yard TD pass to ClaytonBroyles for Demons? only score in playoff loss at Montana.
His 1,541 yards passing was just shy of the school single-season top 10,but his 121 completions ranks 7th all-time at NSU, edging by Bobby Hebert?s 120in 1980? his 240 attempts also ranks 7th all-time, just ahead of currentassistant Brad Laird? threw for 8 TDs with only 4 interceptions, one every 60attempts? also was the team?s fourth-leading rusher with 265 yards and scored 7TDs? had a long run of 44 yards, tightroping the sideline for a TD againstNicholls State? threw for 264 yards on 19 of 34 aim at Tulane, adding 26 yardsrushing and another TD, and threw a perfect two-point conversion pass as theDemons rolled up 493 total yards in a 27-24 OT loss guided a drive downfield inthe final two minutes of regulation to set up a potential game-winning 38-yardfield goal, foiled by a bad snap? showed his knack for clutch play a couple ofweeks later in a 14-10 win at La.-Monroe, leading the game-winning 29-yard drivein the final 1:32 converted a 3rd-and-22 in the final 20 seconds with a pass toMarcus Gatlin, setting up the decisive play-action pass TD pass to Titus May onthe next play started all but one game, and in that one, came off of the benchlate in the first quarter and led five straight scoring drives in a 42-pointonslaught while tying Bobby Hebert?s school record with nine straightcompletions while running for 3 TDs (3, 1, and 1 accounted for a season-high 308 yards of total offense, leading the Demons in rushing with 78 yards on 8rushes, including the 44-yard TD, and throwing for 220 and another TD (62 yardsto Toby Zeigler) on 17 of 29 accuracy with one interception vs. Nicholls State threw for 203 yards, including a 40-yard TD to Derrick Doyle, and led a latedrive inside the 10 before McNeese State staged a goalline stand to preserve a13-9 win.
at BAYLORTrue freshman played in six games as a reserve. saw first action of the season at then-second ranked Oklahoma? rushed for 55 yards oneight carries against Oklahoma State.
Attended Kilgore High School completed 201 passes for 3,378 yards and 29 TDs in two seasons All-East Texas and honorable mentionAll-State listed as the No. 67 prospect in the state of Texas by Superprep ranked among the nation?s Top 100 prep quarterbacks by Rivals.com? rated thethird-best quarterback in the state by Texas Football.
Personal:: 22 years old, born 9/1/83. son of Willie Vinson. full nameis Davon Marquis Vinson.
Draft Scout Player News:
10/11/05: - QB Davon Vinson accounted for 200 of the Demons’ 264 yards in a 10-6 win at Sam Houston State, ending the Bearkats’ nine-game homefield win streak. Vinson went 15-of-22 for 148 yards passing, with six drops. He led NSU in rushing (52 yards, 11 carries, 6-yard TD). He did not suffer a turnover for the first time this season. It is Vinson’s second award of the season.
09/07/05: - QB Davon Vinson was named Southland Conference Offensive player of the week. Vinson tossed three touchdown passes in the second half as the Demons came back from a 23-0 deficit to upend Louisiana-Monroe, 27-23. He finished 15-for-23 passing for 230 yards and three touchdowns, and also ran 13 times for 81 yards. Vinson threw a pair of touchdowns in a 1:07 span in the third quarter, including an 85-yard strike to Toby Ziegler. His 37-yard touchdown pass to Dane Charpentier with 6:46 remaining held up as the game-winning score. Vinson engineered the biggest comeback for the Demons at the I-AA level.
WR/DB #88 Derek Turbin-6'4 215 Occidental (Sea City Storm-SAJL-Finland)
Major: American Studies
High School/College Awards
High School: All-ILH Second Team in football...Scholar Athlete... "Most Inspirational" in Punahou track...state champion in triple jump...two-time All-League selection in the triple jump...All-League in the long jump
College: All-SCIAC Honorable Mention in 2003...All-SCIAC Second Team in 2004...Runner-up in triple jump in 2004, 3rd place in 2005
started at Safety
started at Outside Linebacker
We went 7-2 and finished second in the Southern California League.
I was honorable mention All-League.
Started at Cornerback
We went 10-2 and won the Southern California Intercollegiate Championship and finished 6th in the nation. While losing in the elite eight of the division III national championship.
I was 2nd team All-Conference.
Led the S.C.I.A.C. in interceptions with three and
finished 8th in the S.C.I.A.C. in tackles with 67 during the regular seaoson.
Started at Safety.
We went 9-1 and won the S.C.I.A.C. for the second consecutive year and finished 9th in the nation.
I was 1st team All-Conference.
Broke up 5 passes and recorded 62 tackles.
invited to play in the Hula Bowl, a prestigious college all-star game that consisted primarily of the nations best division one players. I was one of five division III players to play in that game. 2006-HulaBowlRoster
Turbin Gets Hula Bowl Invite
(January 17, 2006)
Occidental College defensive back Derek Turbin will compete against some of the nation's best seniors at the 2006 Hula Bowl Jan. 21 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. Turbin is one of five NCAA Division III student-athletes selected to participate in this years’ Hula Bowl, an event typically reserved for Division I-A talent.
Kickoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. PST and the game will be televised by ESPN. Turbin, a senior from Honolulu and a graduate of Punahou High School, was a 2005 First Team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Back. He collected 50½ tackles (39 solo), broke up five passes, and recorded one-half sack last fall, helping lead Occidental to its second consecutive conference championship.Auburn head coach Tommy Tuberville will direct the Eastern All-Star team. Tyrone Willingham of Washington has been tabbed to lead the Western All-Stars.Bob Berezowitz of UW-Whitewater, recently named the American Football Coaches Association Division III Coach of the Year, and Scot Dapp of Moravian, the outgoing president of the AFCA, will serve as assistant coaches.This years’ contest, the 60th anniversary of the Hula Bowl, is the first at Aloha Stadium since 1997, when the game was moved to War Memorial Stadium on Maui. For more on the Hula Bowl, log on to hulabowlhawaii.com
Coach Cliff Madison- (Corninthian Black Lions-AFBO-Austria)
QB Hans Hatchett- (Bremen Firebirds- Regionale League-Germany)
2005-SAJL-Sea City Storm-CONTRACT
Most Yds Passing(513) in Maple League Game,
6 td passes in one game
RB DeWhitt Betterson- Troy St.(BERGAMO LIONS-ITALY)
Pro Exp: NFL Chicago Bears Rookie Camp 2005
School: Troy Conference: Sun Belt
Ht: 6'0 Wt: 220 40 Time: 4.66
BIO: Two-year starter who led the team in rushing as a senior posting 256/1,286/9 while adding five receptions. Junior numbers included 244/1,161/9.
POSITIVES: Productive collegiate running back, sized well for the inside. Patient, follows blocks and aggressively puts his shoulders into defenders. Some ability to slip opponents in a small area, displays a burst of speed and uses an effective straight arm. Strong, keeps his feet moving up the field and picks up the tough yardage. Solid receiver out of the backfield. Willing blocker and a good special teams player.
NEGATIVES: Carries the ball with an upright style, lacks quickness and the ability to break the long run. Must secure the ball better.
ANALYSIS: A nice sized ballcarrier with marginal speed, Betterson has potential as a third down back used in short yardage situations. Does not possess the great upside for the NFL but could be a productive special teams player.
PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent
Pro Target Level CFL/NFL 2006 NFL Europe 2007
Introduced Dewhitt, Rb from the Chicago Bears
The roster is reinforced ulteriorly of the Acufon Lions with the income of a new coming from Rb from the USA. E' officially in force of the Acufon Lions also Dewhitt Betterson, titular Rb to Troy Been University with which in 2004 an University Bowl has won in order then to sign in it you open them of 2005 with the Chicago Bears with which she has been in the practice roster until February 2006
QB Donald Allen 6'2 200- La Tech (Helsinki Roosters-SAJL)
2005:Senior Year At La Tech.
Roosters Press Release
2004: Started three games for Louisiana Tech at quarterback ... Saw action in a total of six games ... Completed 27 of 52 passes for 317 yards, one touchdown and one interception ... Rushed 29 times for 130 yards and three scores ... Completed 17 of 28 passes for 183 yards and one score in his first career start against UL-Lafayette ... Registered rushing touchdowns against Nevada, UL-Lafayette and Rice ... Rushed for a career-high 91 yards, including a career-long 60 yarder, in the season finale against Rice ...
2003: Member of the scout squad for Louisiana Tech ...
2002: Member of the scout squad ...
2001: Enrolled in Tech but did not play collegiate football ...
High School: Played for coach Lamothe at Redeemer-Seton High School in New Orleans ... Named all-city, all-metro and all-parish ... Named the NCAA Nokia Sugar Bowl Athlete of the Year ... Named MVP of his team as a senior ... Passed for over 2,000 yards and rushed for over 400 yards as a senior ... Also lettered in track, baseball and soccer ... Ran the 200- and 400-meters in track ... Was a pitcher on the Redeemer-Seton baseball team and a halfback on the soccer team ...
Getting Acquainted: Earned his bachelor's degree in psychology in May ... Son of Donald Allen Sr. and Karen Allen ... Born May 6, 1983, in New Orleans ... Age 22.
DT Tony Charles-Univ.Of Florida (Dusseldorf Panthers-GFL)
High School: DeMatha (Md.,USA) All-American, All-State, All-Metro, Captain, 53 Sacks
College: University of Florida "Gators"
1999-2002: Iron Gator Award Winner. 12 Sacks.
University Of Richmond
Semi-Pro: VA Rage (NAFL). Captain. 15 Sacks, 55 tackles.
Professional: Richmond Bandits (ARENA)2005
Player of the Game (3x).
TE/LB David Stickler- 6'1 240 Ft.Lewis (Lappeenranta Rajaritarit-Finland)
Wt:240lbs. 11%body fat
Bench: 1 rep max- 450lbs or more (haven't tested lately) 225lb rep test- 29 times
Squat:- 600lbs or more
Power: Clean- 355lbs.
Vertical Jump:- 32"
40 yard dash:- 4.7seconds
Fort Lewis College-
True Freshman- significant playing time at fullback & special teams
Soph.- started at full-back for 1st half of season then moved to linebacker
Junior & Senior- Started at defensive line (RMAC all-conference selection- D-line)
Pro:Rapid City Red Dogs (NIFL)- made the team, had to leave for monetary reasons
Fort Lewis- coached defensive line for the past two years
- assistant strength coach for football team
- womens volleyball head strength coach currently
RB Kyle Mayhugh- 5'11 230 Wisc-Whitewater(Sea City Storm-SAJL-Finland)
OG Kelvin Wallace- Arkansas St (Dusseldorf Panthers -GFL1-Germany)
QB Matt Bryans -,22, 6'4 205 Guelph (Lubeck Cougars-Bundesliga-Germany)
University of Guelph-
Freshman Year: (2-6)-Started 6 games at quarterback-In first ever game action through for 11-16 for 162 yards and 2 t.d.’s in 8 minutes of play-Ended the year 89-162 for 1093 yards 11 t.d.’s and 9 int’s-Awarded team rookie of the year
Sophmore Year:(2-6)-split time at quarterback and started 3 games-Went 14-18 for 293 yards and 3 t.d.’s in win against University of Toronto -51-95 for 769 yards 6 t.d.’s and 6int’s
Juniour Year: (4-4)-Started all 8 games -Schools first .500 record in 10 years-147-240 1750 yards 16td’s and 6 int’s-Nominated for team Most Valuable Player
Senior Year: (3-4-1)-Started First 3 games of the year-Season ended early because of an ankle injury-35-64 for 550 yards 5 td’s 3 int’s -Graduated as Guelph’s 2nd all time leading passer
QB Stan Bedwell-21, 6'0 185 Trinity Bible (Basel Gladiators-Switzerland)
Stan Bedwell turned in a strong performance on both sides of the ball for Trinity Bible in 2005. His honorable mention free safety selection was tribute to his efforts. He totaled forty-four tackles, and three interceptions for twenty-nine yards. Offensively he had eight catches for one-hundred-twenty-five yards. Bedwell also took his turn at quarterback, completing six passes for twenty-seven yards before an injury sidelined him from throwing any more passes for the season.
DB/WR-Leroy Hood 6'0 205- Arkansas Tech-(Porvoon Butchers-SAJL)
Was heavily recruited by major Division I programs across the nation such as Tennessee, Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Michigan, Florida whom all offered him scholarships,Leroy settled with his home state and verbally committed to the University of Arkansas early and later signed to play for them . He played Free Safety and Wide Receiver at Arkansas for 1 year before transferring to Division II Arkansas Tech in search of an immediate impact and that’s what he accomplished the first day he took a step on the Arkansas Tech field. He started 43 consecutive games from his red-shirt freshman year to his senior year at defensive back and kick return for Arkansas Tech. He was Team captain, All Gulf South Conference, All Anonymous Team for The U.S., Governors Cup Defensive MVP, and Scholar Athlete during his playing career at Arkansas Tech.His senior year the team made history becoming the first Arkansas Div. II team to win and host a play-off game by finishing 11-2 and 9-1 in the tough GSC conference which has produced 2 of the last 5 National Champions.
After finishing at Arkansas Tech; Leroy was predicted by some Draft experts to be a 2nd day pick in 2005 NFL Draft but was passed upon. Green Bay and Kansas City offered him camp invitations and he accepted the Kansas City offer in 2005 and attended the Rookie Camp. The scouts played him at Free Safety because of his size, hard-hitting, and coverage skills.He excelled in camp but due to few roster spots was not extended a contract. He returned to Arkansas Tech to finish his school and graduated in December of 2005 with a Bachelors of Art degree, while helping coach the defensive backs at Arkansas Tech as well.
Coach Frank Leonard- (Briganti Napoli-NFLItaly)
Defensive Coordinator Frank Leonard
2006: Briganti Napoli-Defensive Coordinator
1988-1992,95,2001-2003:-Monterey Peninsula College Oline, DL, DB, LB, and Defensive Coordinator
1993-1994: Cal-Poly SLO (Division 1AA)America West Champs Linebacker Coach
1996: Culvere/Stockton College ( NAIA )Defensive Coordinator
1997: Pacific Grove High School ,( Ca.)Head Coach( 7-3 )1998North Salinas High School ( Ca. )Head Coach ( 6-3-1 )
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