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WHAT’S INSIDEGAMEDAY ON THE COVERJUNIOR DEFENSIVE BACK KORDELL JACKSONWILSON RUNNING WILDLIFE AND FOOTBALL HAVE FEW CONSTANTS. FORTUNATELY…
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WHAT’S INSIDEGAMEDAY ON THE COVERJUNIOR DEFENSIVE BACK KORDELL JACKSONWILSON RUNNING WILDLIFE AND FOOTBALL HAVE FEW CONSTANTS. FORTUNATELY FOR THE GOVS, DEANGELO WILSON CUTTING OPPOSING SECONDARIES INTO RIBBONS IS ONE OF THEM.FOOTBALL ROSTERS AUSTIN PEAY VS. SOUTHEAST MISSOURIDEPTH CHARTS GOVS VS. REDHAWKSGET SOCIAL WITH THE GOVS! FOLLOW US @LETSGOPEAY SHARE WITH #LETSGOPEAYGameday, the official 2019 Austin Peay Football Game Program, is published by the Austin Peay Athletics Department. FOR TICKETS, GOVERNORS CLUB OR SPONSORSHIP INFORMATIONCALL 931-221-PEAY Austin Peay State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, age, status as a protected veteran, genetic information, or any other legally protected class with respect to all employment, programs and activities sponsored by APSU. The Austin Peay State University nondiscrimination policy can be found at http://www.apsu.edu/files/policy/5002.pdf. 10-19/AP-031-S/PDFNEXT HOME GAMEvs 3 PM NOV. 9 UPCOMING EVENTS ATT H E P E AY MON.-TUE., OCT. 14-15MEN’S GOLF HOSTS F&M BANK APSU INVITATIONALFRIDAY, OCT. 18WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. MOREHEAD STATE WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS. TENNESSEE STATESATURDAY, OCT. 19WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL VS BELMONTSUNDAY, OCT. 20WOMEN’S SOCCER VS MURRAY STATE FIRST FINANCIAL BATTLE OF THE BORDER UPCOMING SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGEFOR CURRENT SCHEDULES, FEATURES, NEWS & MORE VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF GOVERNORS ATHLETICSPOWERFUL SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR ENERGY SYSTEMS PROUD SPONSOR OF THE ECHO POWER CLUB LEVELWILSON RUNNINGWILD Life and football have few constants. Fortunately for Austin Peay, DeAngelo Wilson spending 2019 cutting opposing secondaries into ribbons is one of them. It’s not so much that Wilson has made the most of his opportunities through the first few weeks of Austin Peay’s 2019 campaign, although the way he’s caught every pass thrown in his general direction has opposing coaches wondering if the ban on Stickum has been lifted. A good rule of thumb for Austin Peay quarterbacks: if you get in trouble, find Wilson. Often as not in 2019, he’s been the guy running wide open across the middle, leaving a trail of would-be defenders in his wake. Wilson was the sure-handed safety valve in the slot a year ago, the reliable second option in the event DJ Montgomery was triple-covered. But with Montgomery gone pro, there’s been a void to fill as Austin Peay’s primary target. And through four games, it’s been Wilson’s slot action—finding the soft spots in the defense and then letting his athleticism do the rest of the work—that has kept the chains moving for the Govs.BY COLBY WILSONBy Wilson’s own admission, the ball is spreading around in the Governor passing attack this season, and the numbers back that up as first Jeremiah Oatsvall and now JaVaughn Craig work to keep everyone involved. To become a pass-catcher the quarterback returns to time and again, reliability is key. And Wilson has improved his route-running to get separation—”I’ve tried to make all my routes look the same, so I don’t show any tendencies off the line of scrimmage,” he said. But also, there’s something to be said for doing the simplest part of the job to the best of his ability. “I try to catch everything they throw my way, because if you do that they’re more comfortable throwing you a 50-50 ball,” Wilson said. “I want them to feel that if I can’t catch it, nobody is going to catch it.” With Craig taking the reins for the time being, reliability is something the Austin Peay offense needs more than ever as he settles in. And this can’t be stressed enough: the expectations don’t change from quarterback to quarterback. The belief in Craig is no different than the belief in Oatsvall.F E AT U R E S T O R Y“Right now, JaVaughn is settling in and getting comfortable,” Wilson said. “He’s finding his playmakers and we’re making plays for him. I’ve got the same expectations of JaVaughn as I do of JO; I know they can put the ball where it needs to go and make the right reads.”moner, understand typical human stature to be. I once saw AJ Green when he was a wide receiver at Georgia; he was 6-4 and 200 pounds of granite and ran like a gazelle fleeing a pride of lions. It was inconceivable he was of the same flesh and bone you and I are made of.Wilson doesn’t necessarily look like the guy who would boast the Wilson isn’t a larger than life force—if anything, he’s noticeable best athleticism on a football team. 5-8 and unassuming, he came because in this land of nimble giants, he looks exceedingly out of to the Govs from Bowling Green High School with a reputation place. All his life, he’s been the little guy; overlooked, misunderstood, for sure-handedness born doubted. It’s impossible to of a prep career that, realknow what goes through ly, should’ve been a pretty the mind of an opposing good indicator of what defensive back as he settles “I WANT THEM TO FEEL he’d do as a Gov. But, you in across from Wilson for know—5-8. It’s cliché to the first time; his stature THAT IF I CAN’T CATCH say that you can’t measure won’t scare anyone. IT, NOBODY IS GOING heart, desire and drive, but you can measure height; And then he gets the ball in TO CATCH IT.” 5-8 may leap off the page, his hands and suddenly it’s — DEANGELO WILSON but not for the prototypical everyone trying to stop him reason. who looks out of place as he sprints by them on the “A lot of schools I talked to way to another huge gain. told me I was a little too small,” Wilson said. “But Coach (Will) Healy took me in, treated me and my mom like family, and I knew this was “I hope they don’t doubt me because of my size, but I’m sure there the place for me. I’ve been fighting that my whole life. I just go out are people who do that,” Wilson said. “At the end of the day, I’m just and try to play bigger than I am.” going to prove everybody wrong.”}{On a football field, you can routinely encounter humans who are so large and graceful that it does not compute with what you, a com-F E AT U R E S T O R Y# Name 1 Jay Parker 1 Erskine Francis 2 Baniko Harley 3 Johnathon Edwards 3 JaVaughn Craig 4 Chris Hopkins 4 Prince Momodu 5 Kentel Williams 5 Rodney Saulsberry Jr. 6 Elijah Shepard 6 Jeremiah Oatsvall 7 Kadeem Goulbourne 7 Rashon Davis 8 Keenan Barnes 8 Isaiah Norman 8 Justin Gibbs 9 Elijah Brown 9 Kwame Sutton 10 Pat Walker 10 Gorel Soumare 11 Terrell Vassel 11 DeAngelo Wilson 12 Drew Harris 12 Corey Simmons 13 Kordell Jackson 13 Darius Nalls 14 Tyriq Arties 15 Jequaries Martin 15 Kam Williams 16 Bryce Robinson 16 James Tobin 17 Josh Alexander 18 Jack McDonald 18 Trey Pruitt 19 Coreon Jackson 19 Justyn Baker 20 Lelan Wilhoite 21 Ahmaad Tanner 22 Trent Taylor 23 Geordon Pollard 24 Armond Carter Jr. 24 Travion Woodard 25 JJ Mercer 25 Cole Phillips 26 Juantarius Bryant 27 DeMilton Rocker 28 Jariel Wilson 28 Aquantis Saunders 29 Joseph Newberry 31 Corey Petersen 32 Brandon Lopes 33 Cameron Miller 34 Devin Burns 35 Ken Wilson 36 Hunter Scholato 37 Logan Birchfield 39 Devin Stuart 40 Spencer Katoanga Pos. WR DB WR DB QB LB RB RB DB DB QB WR DB WR DB WR TE DL LB WR DB WR QB WR DB WR DB DL QB QB DB WR LB TE DB WR WR RB DB WR RB DB WR K DB DB RB DB DB P LB LB DL LB TE K P LB Ht. 5-5 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-0 5-8 6-3 5-7 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-5 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-11 5-9 6-2 5-10 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-0 Wt. 149 175 181 180 210 205 204 190 180 200 200 211 175 208 201 214 246 233 219 210 190 165 200 164 163 188 185 240 190 190 180 184 210 211 186 150 185 200 176 186 185 180 160 210 205 170 188 180 160 205 219 220 250 200 220 183 160 225 Yr. Hometown So. Nashville, Tenn. R-Jr. New Orleans, La. Jr. Birmingham, Ala. Sr. Philadelphia, Miss. Sr. Chattanooga, Tenn. Sr. Brentwood, Tenn. Sr. Brentwood, Tenn. Sr. Knoxville, Tenn. Sr. Memphis, Tenn. R-Jr. Pell City, Ala. Jr. Brentwood, Tenn. Sr. Weston, Fla. R-Jr. St. Louis, Mo. R-Sr. Madison, Miss. R-So. Memphis, Tenn. R-So. Grovetown, Ga. Jr. Morristown, Tenn. So. Blacksburg, S.C. R-Sr. Hattiesburg, Miss. R-Jr. Dandridge, Tenn. R-Jr. East Orange, N.J. Jr. Bowling Green, Ky. So. Camden, N.J. R-Jr. Nashville, Tenn. Jr. Birmingham, Ala. So. Fayette, Ala. R-So. St. Louis, Mo. R-Jr. Chilton, Ala. R-So. Memphis, Tenn. Fr. Clarksville, Tenn. Jr. Louisville, Ky. Sr. Norcross, Ga. R-So. Brentwood, Tenn. Jr. Mount Juliet, Tenn. Jr. Clarksville, Tenn. So. Chattanooga, Tenn. Fr. Murfreesboro, Tenn, Jr. Dalton, Ga. Sr. Brentwood, Tenn. Fr. Pinson, Ala. Sr. Smyrna, Tenn. So. Springfield, Tenn. So. Nashville, Tenn. Jr. Cairo, Ga. R-Sr. Nashville, Tenn. So. Knoxville, Tenn. Fr. Franklin, Tenn. R-Fr. Clarksville, Tenn. Jr. Memphis, Tenn. So. Melbourne, Australia So. Stockbridge, Ga. Jr. Odessa, Fla. Fr. Somerville, Tenn. R-Jr. Cordova, Tenn. R-So. Hendersonville, Tenn. R-Sr. Elizabethton, Tenn. R-Sr. Kingsport, Tenn. R-So. Oceanside, Calif. # Name Pos. 41 Darryl Rogan DL 42 JaQuan Foote LB 43 Lucas Betten LS 44 Josephus Smith DL 45 Lennon Harris III DB 46 Cameron Bailey DL 47 Nic Screnock LS 48 Shaun Whittinghill DL 49 Lorenzo Frazier DB 50 Nathan Romero LB 51 Colby McKee OL 52 Mason Harwell DL 53 Blake Mitchell OL 54 Seth Johnson OL 55 Caleb Florence OL 56 Jamir Best DL 57 Garrett Bell OL 58 Darion DeBrossard OL 59 Jake Kilby OL 63 Bucky Williams OL 65 Nate Wellington OL 66 Bryan McCann OL 68 Gavin Campbell OL 71 Jacob Caughell OL 72 Hunter Schmeisser OL 74 Zach Yates OL 77 Kyle Anderton OL 78 Preston Moody OL 81 Blake Watson TE 82 Devyn Bender WR 82 JP Batarseh WR 85 Sam Wiesbrook LS 87 Ashton Dodd K/P 88 Dean Powell DL 89 Talen Rucker-Dailey WR 90 John Wesley Whiteside DL 91 Matthew Gayle DL 92 Jaylen Moore DL 93 Jau’Von Young DL 94 Caden McKinnis DL 95 Elijah Rawlins DL 96 Marquise Griffin DL 97 Terrell Lucas DL 99 Derreion Greenlee DL Ht. 6-3 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-10 6-3 5-10 6-3 5-9 6-3 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-3 5-8 6-6 6-0 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-1 Wt. 225 220 205 285 160 255 219 255 190 190 265 289 308 310 243 270 270 295 300 280 350 315 285 255 309 320 302 275 220 190 160 200 155 270 155 325 237 280 210 272 248 320 255 284 Yr. Hometown Fr. Nashville, Tenn. Fr. Opelika, Ala. Jr. Riverside, Calif. R-Jr. Leeds, Ala. R-Fr. Smyrna, Tenn. Fr. Silver Spring, Md. R-So. Mt. Juliet, Tenn. R-Sr. Louisville, Ky. So. Brighton, Tenn. Fr. Evanston, Ill. R-So. Georgetown, Ky. R-So. Memphis, Tenn. Jr. Brentwood, Tenn. R-So. Olive Branch, Miss. Jr. Opelika, Ala. Fr. Warner Robbins, Ga. So. Birmingham, Ala. R-Sr. Snellville, Ga. So. Oakdale, Tenn. So. Ringgold, Ga. Jr. Lawrenceville, Ga. Sr. Yorba Linda, Calif. Fr. Southaven, Miss. Fr. Apopka Fla. R-Sr. Brentwood, Tenn. Fr. Eads, Tenn. R-Sr. Gallatin, Tenn. Fr. Clarksville, Tenn. So. Maryville, Tenn. Fr. Clarksville, Tenn. R-So. Franklin, Tenn. Fr. Yorkville, Ill. Fr. Hendersonville, Tenn. Fr. New Kent, Va. Fr. Bessemer, Ala. Jr. Dalton, Ga. R-Jr. Knoxville, Tenn. R-Sr. Chattanooga, Tenn. Fr. Nashville, Tenn. Fr. Russellville, Ky. So. Hopkinsville, Ky. Sr. Carthage, Miss. Sr. Hollywood, Fla. Fr. Memphis, Tenn.COACHING STAFF AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL Name Position Mark Hudspeth Head Coach Marquase Lovings Associate Head Coach/Defensive Line Tim Zetts Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Mark Powell Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Dominque Bowman Co-Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Kevon Beckwith Assistant Defensive Line Chad Bumphis Wide Receivers Craig Candeto Running Backs Eddy Morrissey Offensive Line Keith Scott Nickelbacks Jordan Frazier Director of Football Operations Spencer Grubbs Director of Recruiting/NFL Liaison Camie Cole On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator/Admin. Assistant Maurey Bland Chief of Staff/Director of Player Personnel Chris Campbell Director of Sports Performance Corey Canezaro Assistant Sports Performance Coach Solomon Berkovitz Director of Video Operations Alex Lockemeyer Assistant Equipment CoordinatorA U S T I N P E AY R O S T E RSOUTHEAST MISSOURIREDHAWKS # Name 1 Al Young 1 Jalyn Williams 2 Bydarrius Knighten 2 Jacob Buie 3 Justin Swift 3 Ty Leonard 4 Omardrick Douglas 5 Zach Hall 5 Noah McWell 6 Kristian Wilkerson 6 Bryant Pirtle 7 Marcus Lucas 7 Rashaan Palmer 8 Devin Alexander 8 Joe Pyle 9 Zack Smith 10 Daniel Santacaterina 10 Jermel Adams 11 DJ Freeman 11 Carl Moore 12 Brandon Mincey 13 Lawrence Johnson 14 Ivory Winters 16 Colby Cornett 17 Patrick Maddox 17 Jalon Greer 19 Jontae Dobson 20 Q’Nairies Anderson 21 Taj Jenkins 22 Zion Custis 23 Mark Robinson 24 Shabari Davis 25 Trai Hodges 26 Geno Hess 27 Mike Matthews 28 Robert Hatchett III 29 Derrick Calhoun, Jr. 30 Nick Thompson 31 Rashad Hughes 32 Anthony Ballard 33 Rasean McCauley 34 Xavier Myers 35 Brayden Hull 36 Jake Reynolds 37 Kendrick Tiller 38 Rashaun Hyde 39 Adam Krause 41 Camden Boyle 42 Corbin Strong 43 Cleyton Gracie 44 Bud Hilburn 45 Izeal Terrell 46 Zach Liles 47 Zach Haynes 48 Andrew Graves 49 Keandre Booker 50 Clarence Thornton 52 Zach Bodway 53 Jaren Alnutt Pos. CB QB DB QB OLB DB OLB ILB WR WR OLB DB WR ILB QB WR QB DB DB WR ILB DB RB WR QB DB CB RB DB RB RB DB DB RB ILB DB OLB ILB OLB LB LB RB RB P K RB K/P LS ILB ILB TE ILB TE K/P RB OLB DL ILB OL Ht. 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-4 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-11 5-8 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-8 6-0 6-0 5-10 5-8 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-2 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-6 6-1 5-8 6-3 6-3 5-8 5-11 Wt. 191 224 197 220 229 170 221 238 195 214 227 190 217 235 213 200 208 195 186 165 242 194 216 187 194 176 193 190 197 190 222 193 179 209 236 196 234 240 227 220 241 191 209 177 177 195 190 225 212 218 247 224 212 170 187 241 268 211 241 Yr. Hometown Sr. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Fr. Atlanta, Ga. Jr. Tunica, Miss. R-Fr. Memphis, Tenn. Sr. Memphis, Tenn. Fr. Louisville, Ky. Jr. Louisville, Ky. Sr. Louisville, Ky. Sr. Sioux City, Iowa Sr. Memphis, Tenn. Sr. Louisville, Ky. Jr. Mobile, Ala. Fr. Chicago, Ill. Sr. St. Louis, Mo. So. Fallon, Nev. Jr. Louisville, Ky. Sr. Geneva, Ill. Sr. Baytown, Texas Jr. Del City, Okla. Fr. Madison, Ill. Jr. Plantation, Fla. So. St. Louis, Mo. Fr. Hayti, Mo. Jr. Joplin, Mo. R-Fr. Kennett, Mo. Fr. Germantown, Tenn. Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. Fr. Charleston, Mo. Sr. Tampa, Fla. So. Lovejoy, Ga. Jr. Leesburg, Ga. Sr. Garden City, Ga. So. Rome, Ga. R-Fr. Peoria, Ill. Fr. Fayetteville, N.C. Jr. Lithonia, Ga. So. St. Louis, Mo. Sr. Malden, Mo. So. Overland, Mo. R-Fr. Milan, Tenn. Fr. Louisville, Ky. Fr. Murfreesboro, Tenn. So. Wentzville, Mo. Jr. Wildwood, Mo. Jr. Lebanon, Mo. Fr. Festus, Mo. So. Chicago, Ill. Jr. Lake Zurich, Ill. Fr. Dexter, Mo. So. Columbia, Mo. Sr. Kennett, Mo. Fr. Alton, Ill. Fr. Festus, Mo. Fr. Potosi, Mo. Fr. Festus, Mo. Fr. Moss Point, Miss. Sr. New Orleans, La. R-Fr. Hillsboro, Mo. Fr. Germantown, Tenn. # Name Pos. 55 Evan Darville DL 56 Chilton Tolliver OL 57 Britt Harris ILB 59 Alex Parades OL 60 Brandt Selesky OL 61 Dane Nelson OL 62 Tristan Love OL 64 Jaden Rosenthall OL 65 Jake Steward OL 66 Logan Mesle OL 68 Nate Korte OL 69 Immanuel Pride OL 70 Tyler Ford OL 71 Ja’Chai Baker OL 72 Gabe Jackson OL 73 Will Christopher OL 74 Preston Haynes OL 75 Damon Mixon OL 76 Terry Cook OL 77 Elijah Swehla OL 78 Lunden Manuel DL 79 Benjamin Fox OL 80 Jalen Bethany WR 82 Michael Cooney K/P 83 Evan Coleman WR 84 Austin Crump TE 85 Aaron Alston WR 86 Garrett Todd WR 87 Caleb Strauss TE 88 Eric Williams TE 89 Dylan Hawk WR 90 Josh Avery DL 91 Josh Price DL 92 Ryan Ochoa DL 93 Bryson Donnell DL 94 Ernest Ayieko DL 96 Ben Hutch DL 97 Cameron Meeks DL 99 Daterraion Richardson DL Ht. 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-5 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-4 6-4 5-10 6-6 6-4 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-1 5-11 Wt. 298 275 231 291 268 289 298 295 305 290 305 307 301 314 279 308 291 289 290 297 290 292 175 222 160 250 210 165 259 262 175 320 285 289 293 282 305 297 305 COACHING STAFF AND SUPPORT PERSONNELYr. Hometown Fr. Dodge City, Kan. Fr. Atlanta, Ga. Jr. Kennett, Mo. Fr. Bolingbrook, Ill. Jr. Trussville, Ala. Jr. Visalia, Calif. R-Fr. Rockledge, Fla. Jr. Grandview, Mo. Fr. Gardner, Kan. Fr. St. Charles, Mo. R-Fr. Morris, Ill. Jr. Union City, Calif. Sr. Tampa, Fla. Jr. Council Bluffs, Iowa Fr. Dexter, Mo. R-Fr. Girard, Ill. Jr. Olive Branch, Miss. Fr. Gainesville, Ga. So. Elgin, Texas Sr. Des Moines, Iowa Fr. Cordova, Tenn. Fr. Phoenix, Ariz. Fr. St. Louis, Mo. R-Fr. Wheaton, Ill. Fr. Brentwood, Tenn. Jr. Eureka, Mo. So. Brighton, Tenn. Fr. Lebanon, Tenn. R-Fr. Warrenton, Mo. Sr. St. Louis, Mo. Fr. Imperial, Mo. Jr. Nashville, Tenn. Sr. Vicksburg, Miss. Sr. Hillsboro, Mo. Jr. Antioch, Tenn. R-Fr. Salisbury, Md. Jr. Old Hickory, Tenn. Jr. Austin, Texas Jr. Liberty, Mo.Name Position Tom Matukewicz Head Coach Bryce Saia Defensive Coordinator | Secondary Jeromy McDowell Offensive Coordinator | Quarterbacks Matt Martin Special Teams Coordinator | Outside Linebackers Joe Uhls Tight Ends Ben Blake Offensive Line Ray Smith Corner Backs Tyler French Inside Linebackers Justin Drudik Wide Receivers | Recruiting Coordinator Jerone Williams Defensive Line Brandon Jackson Running Backs Brett Blackman Director of OperationsSOUTHEAST MISSOURI ROSTERAUSTIN PEAY TWO DEEP OFFENSE (SPREAD) POS. QB RB WR(X) WR(H) WR(Z) TE LT LG C RG RT # NAME 3 JAVAUGHN CRAIG 15 Kam Williams 5 KENTEL WILLIAMS 21 Ahmaad Tanner 8 KEENAN BARNES 10 Gorel Soumare 11 DEANGELO WILSON 8 Josh Alexander 2 BANIKO HARLEY 23 Geordon Pollard 9 ELIJAH BROWN 7 Kadeem Goulbourne 77 KYLE ANDERTON 59 Jake Kilby 72 HUNTER SCHMEISSER 58 Darion DeBrossard 53 BLAKE MITCHELL 66 Bryan McCann 63 BUCKY WILLIAMS 65 Nate Wellington 54 SETH JOHNSON 55 Caleb Florence DEFENSE (4-2-5) POS. DE DT NG BUCK WLB MLB NB CB SS FS CB # NAME 91 MATTHEW GAYLE 48 Shaun Whittinghill 52 MASON HARWELL 44 Josephus Smith 90 JOHN WESLEY WHITESIDE 96 Marquise Griffin 9 KWAME SUTTON 15 Jequaries Martin 18 JACK MCDONALD 33 Cameron Miller 10 PAT WALKER 6 Elijah Shepard 13 KORDELL JACKSON 5 Rodney Saulsberry Jr. 8 ISAIAH NORMAN 16 James Tobin 3 JOHNATHAN EDWARDS 14 Tyriq Arties 26 JUANTARIUS BRYANT 19 Coreon Jackson 22 TRENT TAYLOR 1 Erskine Francis SPECIAL TEAMS POS. PK P LS SN KS KR PR # NAME 37 LOGAN BIRCHFIELD 25 Cole Phillips 39 DEVIN STUART 31 Corey Petersen 47 NIC SCRENOCK 43 Lucas Betten 47 NIC SCRENOCK 43 Lucas Betten 25 COLE PHILLIPS 37 Logan Birchfield 5 KENTEL WILLIAMS 17 Josh Alexander 11 DEANGELO WILSON 17 Josh Alexander HT. WT. CL. 6-2 210 SR. 6-2 190 RSo. 6-0 190 SR. 6-0 200 Jr. 6-3 208 RSR. 6-3 210 RJr. 5-10 160 JR. 5-9 184 Sr. 6-1 181 JR. 6-2 186 Fr. 6-3 250 JR. 6-4 211 Sr. 6-3 302 RSR. 6-5 300 So. 6-4 309 RSR. 6-4 295 RSr. 6-1 308 JR. 6-5 315 RJr. 6-2 280 RFR. 6-3 350 Jr. 6-5 317 RSO. 6-3 243 Jr.SOUTHEAST MISSOURI TWO DEEP OFFENSE (SPREAD) POS. QB RB WR WR WR TE LT LG C RG RT # NAME 10 DANIEL SANTACATERINA 8 Joe Pyle 23 MARK ROBINSON 22 Zion Custis 26 Geno Hess 6 KRISTIAN WILKERSON 5 Noah McWell 9 ZACK SMITH 16 Colby Cornett 85 AARON ALSTON 86 Garrett Todd 88 ERIC WILLIAMS 87 Caleb Strauss 71 JA’CHAI BAKER 76 Terry Cook 77 ELIJAH SWEHLA 74 Preston Haynes 61 DANE NELSON 70 Tyler Ford 64 JADEN ROSENTHALL 70 Tyler Ford 68 NATE KORTE 79 Ben Fox HT. WT. CL. 6-5 237 RJR. 6-3 255 RSr. 6-2 289 RSO. 5-9 285 RJr. 6-1 325 JR. 6-3 320 Sr. 6-1 233 SO. 6-3 240 RJr. 6-0 210 RSO. 6-0 220 Jr. 6-0 219 RSR. 6-0 200 RJr. 6-0 163 JR. 5-10 180 Sr. 5-11 201 RSO. 5-11 180 Jr. 6-2 180 SR. 6-0 185 So. 5-11 205 RSR. 5-11 186 Jr. 6-1 175 SR. 6-0 175 RJr.DEFENSE (3-4-4)HT. WT. CL. 5-11 166 RSR. 6-2 210 Jr. 5-10 160 RJR. 6-0 205 So. 5-10 219 RSO. 6-1 205 Jr. 5-10 219 RSO. 6-1 205 Jr. 6-2 210 JR. 5-11 183 RSr. 6-0 190 SR. 5-9 184 Sr. 5-10 160 JR. 5-9 184 Sr.SPECIAL TEAMSPOS. DT NT DT OLB LB LB OLB CB SS FS CB POS. PK P LS H KS KR PR HT. WT. CL. 6-1 210 RSR. 6-2 213 So. 6-0 222 JR. 5-8 190
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