FRANKLYN QUITEH WINS 2013 HILL TROPHY
AS DIVISION II FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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            FLORENCE, Ala. -- Bloomsburg (Pa.) University senior running back Franklyn Quiteh claimed the Harlon Hill Trophy Friday  as  the 2013 Division II College Football Player of the Year.

            Quiteh, a three-time Hill Trophy Finalist, received 182 total points and held a 36-point margin over West Texas A&M University quarterback Dustin Vaughan. Henderson State (Ark.) University junior quarterback Kevin Rodgers was third with 100 points.

            The award winner is determined in voting by the Division II sports information directors and was presented in front of a crowd of 400 at the 28th  annual Harlon Hill Trophy award banquet at the Marriott Shoals Conference Center.

            The Harlon Hill Trophy is sponsored  by the City of Florence, Florence-Lauderdale Tourism, Opti-Net, Marriott Shoals Hotel and Spa and Herff Jones.

 

            Quiteh, from Tobbyhanna, Pa., led Division II in rushing yards (2,195), rushing yards per game (182.9), rushing touchdowns (29) and scoring (15.7) in 2013. He led Bloomsburg to 10-2 record and to the second round of the Division II Playoffs. He is the first player in Division II history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season three times in his career and he also broke the Division II record for most game with more than 100 yards rushing with 42.

            Quiteh finished his career as the second leading rusher in Division II history with 7,523.  

            He finished third in the 2012 Hill voting and sixth in 2010.

            Quiteh is the second straight winner from a school in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference and the PSAC's fourth overall winner. He is also the second Hill Trophy winner from Bloomsburg, joining 1997 recipient Irvin Sigler.

            Following Quiteh, Vaughan and Rodgers in the voting were senior quarterback Bo Cordell of Tusculum (57), senior running back Rondell White of West Chester (56), senior quarterback Jon Wolf of Minnesota State-Mankato (35), senior running back Glen Clinton of Chadron State (17), senior running back Tyler Tonderum of Southwest Minnesota State (13) and senior quarterback Luke Charles from UNC Pembroke (12).

 

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            The Hill Trophy is named for a former University of North Alabama player - the late Harlon Hill - who was a standout with the Lions from 1950-53 before going on to fame in the National Football League with the Chicago Bears.

            North Dakota State quarterback Jeff Bentrim won the initial Hill Trophy in 1986, before Texas A&M-Kingsville running back Johnny Bailey won three straight Hill trophies from 1987-89.

            Another North Dakota State quarterback, Chris Simdorn, claimed the 1990 award, followed by Pittsburg State's Ronnie West in 1991 and Ronald Moore in 1992, New Haven running back Roger  Graham in 1993,  Valdosta State quarterback Chris Hatcher in 1994, North Alabama linebacker Ronald McKinnon in 1995 , Truman State running back Jarrett Anderson in 1996, Bloomsburg running back Irvin Sigler in 1997, Emporia State running back Brian Shay in 1998 , Northern Colorado  quarterback Corte McGuffey in 1999, Valdosta State quarterback Dusty Bonner in 2000 and 2001, and Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes in 2002.  University of North Alabama senior quarterback Will Hall claimed the trophy in 2003. Colorado-Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf took the trophy in 2004, East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005, Chadron State's Danny Woodhead in 2006 and 2007 and Abilene Christian's Bernard Scott in 2008. Wayne State (Mich.) running back Joique Bell won the 2009 Hill Trophy, followed by Central Missouri quarterback Eric Czerniewski in 2010, Mars Hill running back Jonas Randolphin 2011 and Shippensburg State quarterback Zach Zulli in 2012.

 

2013 HILL VOTE TOTALS

TOTAL                                                                                                                                   1st      2nd     3rd

Points            Player                                                                                                            Place  Place  Place

182                 Franklyn Quiteh         SR       RB       Bloomsburg                                       36        28        18

146                 Dustin Vaughan         SR       QB      West Texas A&M                              26        23        22       

100                 Kevin Rodgers          JR       QB      Henderson State                               15        15        13

  57                  Bo Cordell                  SR       QB      Tusculum                                            10          7        13

  56                  Rondell White            SR       RB       West Chester                                      4        14        16

  35                  Jon Wolf                     SR       QB      Minnesota State-Mankato                  4          7          9

  17                  Glen Clinton               SR       RB       Chadron State                                     3          2          4

  13                  Tyler Tonderum         SR       RB       Southwest Minnesota State   1          2          6

  12                  Luke Charles             SR       QB      UNC Pembroke                                  2          3          0

           

* 103 total ballots cast

 

 

BREAKING NEWS - December 9

QUITEH, RODGERS AND VAUGHAN INVITED TO 2013 HARLON HILL
BANQUET AS TOP THREE FINISHERS


FLORENCE, Ala. -- The voting has concluded for the NCAA Division II College Football Player of the Year Award, and while the results of that voting won't be announced until December 20, three players have received invitations to attend the 28th Annual Harlon Hill Trophy Presentation Banquet for the naming of the top player in Division II.

Senior running back Franklyn Quiteh of Bloomsburg University (Pa.), junior quarterback Kevin Rodgers of Henderson State (Ark.) University and senior quarterback Dustin Vaughan of West Texas A&M University have emerged as the top three vote-getters from a field of nine finalists in voting by the sports information directors at the 169 schools that compete in Division II football.

The Hill Trophy is sponsored by the City of Florence, Ala., Florence-Lauderdale Tourism, Opti-Net, the Marriott Shoals Hotel and Spa and Herff Jones.

Candidates for the 2013 Hill Trophy were nominated by the sports information directors at their respective schools and those nominations were then reviewed by the Hill Regional Advisory Committees, which trimmed the list of candidates.

National voting concluded on December 7 and the top three finishers are invited to the Shoals for the presentation banquet. The winner of the 2013 award, which is presented by the National Harlon Hill Award Committee, will be announced at the Harlon Hill Trophy and Division II Football Hall of Fame Banquet on Friday, December 20 in Florence, prior to the NCAA Division II Football Championship Game on Dec. 21. The banquet will include the induction of three of the division's all-time greats into the Division II Football Hall of Fame as former Valdosta State (Ga.) University quarterback Dusty Bonner, former Jacksonville State University (Ala.) tight end Keith McKeller and former Indiana University of Pennsylvania head coach Frank Cignetti comprise the Hall's Class of 2013. Tickets are $50 each or $400 for a table of eight and can be purchased by calling Judy Keenum at the Shoals Chamber of Commerce at (256) 764-4661.



Quiteh
, from Tobyhanna, Pa., is a three-time Hill Trophy finalist and finished third in 2012. This season he leads Division II in rushing yards (2,195), rushing yards per game (182.9), rushing touchdowns (29) and scoring (15.7). He led Bloomsburg to 10-2 record and to the second round of the Division II Playoffs. He is the first player in Division II history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season three times in his career and he also broke the Division II record for most game with more than 100 yards rushing with 42. Quiteh finished his career as the second leading rusher in Division II history with 7,523.






Rodgers
, from Rockwall, Texas, finished sixth in the 2012 Hill Trophy voting. This season he completed 322 of 467 passes for 4,807 yards and 40 touchdowns while leading Henderson State to an 11-1 record and into the NCAA Division II Playoffs. Rodgers ranks first in Division II in passing yards per game (400.6) and total offense (399.3) and is second nationally in total passing yards (480.7), third in passing touchdowns (40) and sixth in points responsible for (254). He is just the sixth quarterback in Division II history to throw for more than 4,000 yards in back-to-back seasons. Over his three seasons at Henderson State he has thrown for 10,079 yards and 90 touchdowns.



Vaughan
, from Corpus Christi, Texas, finished fourth in the 2012 Hill Trophy voting. This season he completed 447 of 675 passes for 5,401 yards and 53 touchdowns this fall. He led West Texas A&M to an 11-3 record and into the quarterfinals of the Division II Playoffs. He leads Division II in total passing yards (5,401), passing touchdowns (53) and points responsible for (326). He is second in passing yards per game (385.8), second in completions per game (31.9) and third in total offense (399.3). In three seasons at West Texas A&M, Vaughan has thrown for 13,525 yards and 123 touchdowns.

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Other finalists for the 2013 award were senior quarterback Luke Charles of the University of North Carolina-Pembroke, senior running back Glen Clinton of Chadron State (Neb.) College, senior quarterback Bo Cordell of Tusculum (Tenn.) College, junior running back Tyler Tonderum of Southwest Minnesota State University, senior running back Rondell White of West Chester (Pa.) University and senior quarterback Jon Wolf of Minnesota State University-Mankato.

The initial Harlon Hill Trophy was won by North Dakota State quarterback Jeff Bentrim in 1986, followed by Texas A&M-Kingsville runningback Johnny Bailey - in 1987, 1988 and 1989.

Another North Dakota State quarterback, Chris Simdorn, claimed the 1990 award, followed by Pittsburg State receiver Ronnie West in 1991, Pittsburg State running back Ronald Moore in 1992, New Haven running back Roger Graham in 1993 and Valdosta State University quarterback Chris Hatcher in 1994. North Alabama linebacker Ronald McKinnon became the first defensive player to win the award when he claimed the Hill Trophy in 1995.

Truman State University running back Jarrett Anderson won the 1996 award and Bloomsburg University running back Irvin Sigler claimed the Hill Trophy in 1997 award. Running back Brian Shay of Emporia State won in 1998, followed by Northern Colorado quarterback Corte McGuffey in 1999 and Valdosta State quarterback Dusty Bonner in 2000 and 2001, and Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes in 2002.

The 2003 trophy was awarded to North Alabama quarterback Will Hall, and Chad Friehauf of the Colorado School of Mines won the 2004 award. East Stroudsburg's Jimmy Terwilliger claimed the 2005 Hill Trophy as a junior and Chadron State running back Danny Woodhead won the 2006 and 2007 Hill Trophies to become just the third two-time winner. Running back Bernard Scott of Abilene Christian won the 2008 Hill Trophy, followed by running back Joique Bell of Wayne State (Mich.) in 2009, Central Missouri quarterback Eric Czerniewski in 2010, Mars Hill running back Jonas Randolph in 2011 and junior quarterback Zach Zuli of Shippensburg in 2012.

2013 Harlon Hill Trophy Top Three
(alphabetical order)
Pos. Ht Wt Cl School Hometown
Franklyn Quiteh RB 5-9 206 SR Bloomsburg Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania
Kevin Rodgers QB 6-3 215 JR Henderson State Rockwall, Texas
Dustin Vaughan QB 6-5 220 SR West Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Texas

Other 2013 Harlon Hill Trophy Finalists
Pos. Ht Wt Cl School Hometown
Luke Charles QB 6-1 215 SR UNC Pembroke Murphy, North Carolina
Glen Clinton TB 5-10 200 SR Chadron State Cody, Wyoming
Bo Cordell QB 6-0 205 SR Tusculum Cincinnati, Ohio
Tyler Tonderum RB 5-10 191 JR Southwest Minnesota St. Armstrong, Iowa
Rondell White RB 5-10 185 SR West Chester West Chester, Pennsylvania
Jon Wolf QB 6-4 230 SR Minnesota State-Mankato Oak Forest, Illinois

* Final rankings for all finalists will not be released until the Harlon Hill Trophy Banquet on Dec. 20, 2013.


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NOVEMBER 25, 2013


NINE FINALISTS NAMED FOR HILL TROPHY AS DIVISION II FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR

 FLORENCE, Ala.
-- A field of 28 candidates has been trimmed to nine national finalists in regional voting for the 2013 Harlon Hill Trophy as the NCAA Division II College Football Player of the Year.
 The finalists were selected by the NCAA Division II sports information directors in regional voting and will now be placed on the national ballot where all 168 of the division's SIDs will select the award's 28th winner. The top two players from each of Division II's Super Regions advanced to the national ballot, with the exception of Super Region 3 where three players advanced due to a tie in the voting.
 The list of 2013 finalists is comprised of five quarterbacks and four running backs.
 Six of the finalists helped lead their teams into the 2013 NCAA Division II playoffs this season and five of this weekend's second round playoff matchups will have Hill finalists competing. Three of this year's finalists were also finalists in 2012.

 Advancing from Super Region 1 are senior running back Franklyn Quiteh of Bloomsburg University (Pa.) and senior running back Rondell White of West Chester University (Pa.). Their respective teams will square off in a second round playoff game Saturday. Quiteh finished third in the 2012 Hill Trophy voting. Quiteh leads Division II in rushing and scoring with 180.6 yards per game on the ground and 29 touchdowns scored. White is eighth in rushing, 10th in scoring and second in all-purpose yardage. He accounts for 142 rushing yards, 223 all-purpose yards and 11 points per game.
 Super Region 2 is represented by senior quarterback Luke Charles of the University of North Carolina-Pembroke and senior quarterback Bo Cordell of Tusculum University (Tenn.). Charles will lead his 9-1 Braves into a second round playoff matchup Saturday. He has thrown for 3,361 yards and 31 touchdowns this season. Cordell has thrown for 3,920 yards and 25 TDs this season and owns the Division II career records for yards passing, pass completions and total offense.
 The top vote getters in Super Region 3 are junior quarterback Kevin Rodgers of Henderson State University (Ark.), junior running back Tyler Tonderum of Southwest Minnesota State University and senior quarterback Jon Wolf of Minnesota State University, Mankato. Wolf will lead the Mavericks into a second round playoff game Saturday and Rodgers finished sixth in the voting in 2012. This season Rodgers leads Division II in passing with 400.6 yards per game. He has 40 TD passes and was intercepted just 12 times in 467 pass attempts. Tonderum is second in the nation in rushing (179.9), third in all-purpose yards (209.3) and 14th in scoring (10.4). Wolf has rushed for 1,047 yards and 13 TDs and passed for another 1,719 yards and 15 scores while leading the Mavericks.
 Advancing from Super Region 4 are senior running back Glen Clinton of Chadron State College (Neb.) and senior quarterback Dustin Vaughan of West Texas A&M University. Vaughn has led West Texas A&M to the second round of the Division II playoffs and finished fourth in the voting in 2012. This season he is second in Division II in passing with 382.3 yards per game. He has thrown 45 touchdown passes with just six interceptions. Clinton ranks 10th nationally in rushing (138.0) and has scored 13 TDs.

 National voting will conclude on December 7 and the top three finishers will be invited to the Shoals for the presentation banquet.
 The winner of the 2013 award, which is presented by the National Harlon Hill Award Committee, will be announced at the 28th annual Harlon Hill Trophy Presentation Banquet on Friday, December 20 at the Marriott Shoals Conference Center at 6:30 p.m.
 This year’s Hill Trophy Banquet will also include the 54th induction into the Division II Football Hall of Fame. The 2013 Hall of Fame class includes from Valdosta State quarterback Dusty Bonner, former Jacksonville State University tight end Keith McKeller and former Indiana University of Pennsylvania head coach Frank Cignetti.
 Tickets are $50 each or $400 for a table of eight and can be purchased by calling the Shoals Chamber of Commerce at (256) 764-4661.
 The NCAA Division II Championship Game is scheduled for December 21 at Florence’s Braly Municipal Stadium at 11 a.m.
 The Hill Trophy is sponsored by the City of Florence, Ala., Florence-Lauderdale Tourism, Opti-Net, the Marriott Shoals Hotel and Spa and Herff Jones.
 
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 The initial Harlon Hill Trophy was won by North Dakota State quarterback Jeff Bentrim in 1986, followed by Texas A&M-Kingsville running back Johnny Bailey - in 1987, 1988 and 1989.
 Another North Dakota State quarterback, Chris Simdorn, claimed the 1990 award, followed by Pittsburg State receiver Ronnie West in 1991, Pittsburg State running back Ronald Moore in 1992, New Haven running back Roger Graham in 1993 and Valdosta State University quarterback Chris Hatcher in 1994. North Alabama linebacker Ronald McKinnon became the first defensive player to win the award when he claimed the Hill Trophy in 1995.
 Truman State University running back Jarrett Anderson won the 1996 award and Bloomsburg University running back Irvin Sigler claimed the Hill Trophy in 1997 award. Running back Brian Shay of Emporia State won in 1998, followed by Northern Colorado quarterback Corte McGuffey in 1999 and Valdosta State quarterback Dusty Bonner in 2000 and 2001, and Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes in 2002. The 2003 trophy was awarded to North Alabama quarterback Will Hall, and Chad Friehauf of the Colorado School of Mines won the 2004 award. Terwilliger claimed the 2005 Hill Trophy as a junior.
 Chadron State's Danny Woodhead won the Hill Trophy in 2006 and 2007, joining Bailey and Bonner as the only multiple winners of the award. Abilene Christian's Bernard Scott won the 2008 Hill Trophy, followed by Wayne State's (Mich.) Joique Bell in 2009, Central Missouri quarterback Eric Czerniewski in 2010, Mars Hill running back Jonas Randolph in 2011 and Shippensburg quarterback Zach Zulli in 2012.

2013 Harlon Hill Trophy Finalists
                                     Pos.        Ht    Wt        Cl        School            Hometown    
Luke Charles                QB        6-1    215    SR        UNC Pembroke        Murphy, North Carolina       
Glen Clinton                 TB        5-10    200    SR        Chadron State            Cody, Wyoming        
Bo Cordell                    QB        6-0    205    SR        Tusculum            Cincinnati, Ohio           
Franklyn Quiteh            RB        5-9    206    SR        Bloomsburg            Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania       
Kevin Rodgers              QB        6-3    215    JR        Henderson State        Rockwall, Texas        
Tyler Tonderum             RB        5-10  191    JR        Southwest Minnesota St.    Armstrong, Iowa
Dustin Vaughan            QB        6-5    220    SR        West Texas A&M        Corpus Christi, Texas       
Rondell White                RB        5-10  185    SR        West Chester            West Chester, Pennsylvania    
Jon Wolf                        QB        6-4    230    SR        Minnesota State-Mankato    Oak Forest, Illinois    

 

 

2013 Harlon Hill Trophy Candidates Announced

TWENTY EIGHT CANDIDATES VIE FOR HILL TROPHY
AS NCAA DIVISION II FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR


FLORENCE - Ala. -- A total of 28 candidates are in the running for the 2013 Harlon Hill Trophy as the NCAA Division II College Football Player of the Year.

 The list of candidates was announced Thursday morning by the National Harlon Hill Award Committee.

The list includes seven players from each of the four Division II Super Regions.  

Players are nominated and voted on by the sports information directors at the 168 NCAA Division II football-playing institutions. The 28 initial candidates will be placed on regional ballots and the top two players from each of the four NCAA regions will advance to the national ballot when regional voting concludes on November 22.

The winner of the 2013 award, which is presented by the National Harlon Hill Award Committee, will be announced at the 28th annual Harlon Hill Trophy Presentation Banquet on Friday, December 20 at the Florence Conference Center at 6:30 p.m. This year’s Hill Trophy Banquet will also include the 15th induction into the Division II Football Hall of Fame.

The 2013 Hall of Fame class includes former Valdosta State University quarterback Dusty Bonner, former Jacksonville State University tight end Keith McKeller and former Indiana University, Pa., head coach Frank Cignetti.

Tickets are $50 each or $400 for a table of eight and can be purchased by calling the Shoals Chamber of Commerce at (256) 764-4661.

The NCAA Division II Championship Game is scheduled for December 21 at Florence’s Braly Municipal Stadium at noon.

The Hill Trophy is sponsored by the City of Florence, Ala., Florence-Lauderdale Tourism, Opti-Net, the Marriott Shoals Hotel and Spa and Herff Jones.

Candidates were initially nominated by the sports information directors at their respective schools and those nominations were then reviewed by the Hill Regional Advisory Committees, which trimmed the list of candidates.
 
The group of 28 candidates includes 17 quarterbacks, seven running backs, three receivers and a linebacker. There are 20 seniors, five juniors and three sophomores.

A total of 13 of the 28 candidates are on teams currently ranked in the NCAA Division II Top 25.

The list of candidates for the 2013 Hill Trophy includes 2012 winner Zach Zulli of Shippensburg University, third-place finisher Franklyn Quiteh of Bloomsburg University and sixth place finisher Kevin Rodgers of Henderson State University.

Among the players vying for the 2013 award from the Super Region 1 are senior quarterback Nigel Barksdale of Slippery Rock University (Pa.), senior quarterback Joe Clancy of Merrimack College; senior quarterback D.J. Mendenhall of Urbana (Ohio) University, senior running back Franklyn Quiteh of Bloomsburg (Pa.) University, sophomore quarterback Matt Soltes of East Stroudsburg (Pa.) University, senior running back Rondell White of West Chester (Pa.) University and senior quarterback Zach Zulli of Shippensburg (Pa.) University.  
 
Candidates from Super Regional 2 are senior quarterback Kyle Caldwell of the University of West Alabama, senior quarterback Luke Charles of the University of North Carolina Pembroke, senior quarterback Bo Cordell of Tusculum College (Tenn.), senior wide receiver Freddie Martino of North Greenville University, senior quarterback Robbie Nallenweg of Wingate University (N.C.), senior quarterback Chris Rini of Lane College (Tenn.) and senior linebacker Tavarius Wilson of the University of North Alabama.

Super Regional 3 is represented by senior wide receiver John Brown of Pittsburg State University (Kan.), junior wide receiver Marquez Clark of the University of Central Oklahoma, senior quarterback Phillip Klaphake of St. Cloud State Universty (Minn.), junior quarterback Kevin Rodgers of Henderson State University (Ark.), junior running back Chris Smith of Upper Iowa University, junior running back Tyler Tonderum of Southwest Minnesota State University and senior quarterback Jon Wolf of Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Selected from Super Regional 4 are junior quarterback Chris Bonner of Colorado State University, Pueblo, senior tailback Glen Clinton of Chadron State College (Neb.), sophomore running back Daiquone Ford of the University of Findlay (Ohio), senior running back Keidrick Jackson of Midwestern State University (Texas), senior quarterback Jonathon Jennings of Saginaw Valley State University (Mich.), sophomore quarterback Jason Vander Laan of Ferris State University (Mich.) and senior quarterback Dustin Vaughan of West Texas A&M.

North Dakota State quarterback Jeff Bentrim won the initial Hill Trophy in 1986, followed by three-time winner - Texas A&I (now Texas A&M-Kingsville) running back Johnny Bailey - in 1987, 1988 and 1989.

Another North Dakota State quarterback, Chris Simdorn, claimed the 1990 award, followed by Pittsburg State receiver Ronnie West in 1991, Pittsburg State running back Ronald Moore in 1992, New Haven running back Roger Graham in 1993, Valdosta State quarterback Chris Hatcher in 1994.

North Alabama linebacker Ronald McKinnon became the first and so far only defensive player to win the award in 1995, followed by Truman State running back Jarrett Anderson in 1996, Bloomsburg University running back Irvin Sigler in 1997, Emporia State running back Brian Shay in 1998 and Northern Colorado quarterback Corte McGuffey in 1999.

The award had its second two-time winner when Valdosta State quarterback Dusty Bonner claimed the Hill Trophy in 2000 and 2001.

Grand Valley State quarterback Curt Anes won the Hill Trophy in 2002, followed by North Alabama quarterback Will Hall in 2003, Colorado School of Mines quarterback Chad Friehauf in 2004 and East Stroudsburg’s Jimmy Terwilliger in 2005. Four straight Hill Trophies were won by running backs, beginning with Chadron State’s Danny Woodhead in 2006 and 2007. Abilene Christian’s Bernard Scott won in 2008, followed by Wayne State (Mich.) running back Joique Bell in 2009.

Central Missouri quarterback Eric Czerniewski was the 2010 Hill winner, followed by Mars Hill running back Jonas Randolph in 2011 and Zulli in 2012.


2013 Harlon Hill Trophy Candidates

SUPER REGIONAL 1  Pos.  Ht  Wt  Cl  School  Hometown  

Nigel Barksdale  QB  5-10  170  SR  Slippery Rock  San Jacinto, California  
Joe Clancy  QB  6-3  210  SR  Merrimack  Newburyport, Massachusetts  
D.J. Mendenhall  QB  6-5  230  SR  Urbana  West Jefferson, Ohio  
Franklyn Quiteh  RB  5-9  206  SR  Bloomsburg  Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania  
Matt Soltes  QB  6-3  210  SO  East Stroudsburg  Vernon, New Jersey  
Rondell White  RB  5-10  185  SR  West Chester  West Chester, Pennsylvania  
Zach Zulli  QB  6-1  205  SR  Shippensburg  Schwenksville, Pennsylvania  


SUPER REGIONAL 2  Pos.  Ht  Wt  Cl  School  Hometown  

Kyle Caldwell  QB  5-7  165  SR  West Alabama  Dadeville, Alabama  
Luke Charles  QB  6-1  215  SR  UNC Pembroke  Murphy, North Carolina
Bo Cordell  QB  6-0  205  SR  Tusculum  Cincinnati, Ohio
Freddie Martino  WR  6-0  195  SR  North Greenville  North, South Carolina
Robbie Nallenweg  QB  6-5  230  SR  Wingate  Asheville, North Carolina
Chris Rini  QB  6-3  185  SR  Lane  Key Largo, Florida
Tavarius Wilson  LB  5-11  235  SR  North Alabama  Jackson, Mississippi


SUPER REGIONAL 3  Pos.  Ht  Wt  Cl  School  Hometown  

John Brown  WR  5-11  170  SR  Pittsburg State  Homestead, Florida  
Marquez Clark  WR  5-11  90  JR  Central Oklahoma  Texarkana, Texas  
Phillip Klaphake  QB  6-1  196  SR  St. Cloud State  Princeton, Minnesota  
Kevin Rodgers  QB  6-3  215  JR  Henderson State  Rockwall, Texas  
Chris Smith  RB  5-8  190  JR  Upper Iowa  Brown Deer, Wisconsin
 Tyler Tonderum  RB  5-10  191  JR  Southwest Minnesota St.  Armstrong, Iowa
Jon Wolf  QB  6-4  230  SR  Minnesota State-Mankato  Oak Forest, Illinois  


SUPER REGIONAL 4  Pos.  Ht  Wt  Cl  School  Hometown  

Chris Bonner  QB  6-7  225  JR  Colorado State-Pueblo  San Diego, California  
Glen Clinton  TB  5-10  200  SR  Chadron State  Cody, Wyoming  
Daiquone Ford  RB  5-7  190  SO  Findlay  Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Keidrick Jackson  RB  5-9  210  SR  Midwestern State  Arlington, Texas  
Jonathon Jennings  QB  6-2  205  SR  Saginaw Valley State  Columbus, Ohio
Jason Vander Laan  QB  6-4  236  SO  Ferris State  Frankfort, Illinois
Dustin Vaughan  QB  6-5  220  SR  West Texas A&M  Corpus Christi, Texas

 
 

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