Small School Prospects

Quarterbacks

University of Rhode Island’s JaJuan Lawson (15) in East Hartford in September.
Photo: Mike Orazzi/URI Staff

Easton Stick, No Dakota State; Devlin Hodges, Samford; Taryn Christion, So Dakota State; Gage Gubrud, Eastern Washington; Jacob Knipp, Northern Colorado; John Lovett, Princeton; JaJuan Lawson, Rhode Island; Lamar Raynard, NC A&T; Brad Mayes, Lehigh; Zach Bednarczyk, Villanova; Trevor Knight, New Hampshire; James Tabary, McNeese State; Anthony Lawrence, San Diego; Kevin Thompson, Sacramento State; Vincent Testaverde, Albany; Chandler Burks, Kennesaw State; Layton Raab, Midwestern State (TX); Chance Stewart, Hillsdale; Amir Hall, Bowie State; Brook Bolles, Central Missouri; Braxton Marshall, Emporia State; Harry Satterwhite, West Georgia; Jackson Erdmann, St. John’s (MN); Hayden Bauserman, Shenandoah; Matt Sacia, Wartburg; Canaan Gebele, Denison; Trent Solsma, Morningside

Running Backs

Le’Anthony Reasnover, owner of six Eureka rushing records, is EC’s all-time leader with 3,849 rushing yards and 55 rushing touchdowns.
Photo: Ron Johnson/Peoria Journal Star

Bruce Anderson, No Dakota State; Ryan Fulse, Wagner; James Holland, Jr., Colgate; Marquis Terry, Southeast Missouri; Ra’Quanne Dickens, Incarnate Word; Lance Dunn, No Dakota State; Bom Bragalone, Lehigh; John Santiago, North Dakota; LaDarius Galloway, UT Martin; David Hamm, McNeese State; Marcus Marshall, James Madison; Marcus Jones, Gannon; Devontae Jackson, West Georgia; Wes Hills, Slippery Rock; Marche Dennard, CSU-Pueblo; Kendrick Igbinoba, Adams State; Markeith Miller, Mary-Hardin Baylor; Lamar Carswell, Trine; Le’Anthony Reasnover, Eureka; Hjavier Pitts, Moore Thomas College; Joe Protheroe, Cal-Poly; Andre Stoddard, Wofford; Brad May, Weber State; Cal Daniels, Stony Brook

Wide Receivers

Reggie White, Jr., finishes as the Monmouth and the Big South’s all-time leader in receptions (249) and reception yardage (3,471). 
Photo: Monmouth University

Keelan Doss, UC Davis; Jesper Horsted, Princeston; Alex Wesley, Northern Colorado; Jazz Ferguson, Northwestern State; Alexander Hollins, Eastern Illinois; Kelvin McKnight, Samford; Reggie White Jr., Monmouth; Juston Christian, Marist; Nehari Crawford, Duquesne; Emmanuel Butler, Northern Arizona; Neil O’Connor, New Hampshire; Damion Jeanpiere, Jr., Nicholls State; Justice Shelton-Mosley, Harvard; Andre Lindsey, Sacramento State; Devante Dedmon, William & Mary; Paul “Trey” Brock, Hillsdale; Chad Hovasse, Adams State; Ashton Dulin, Malone; Isaiah Frandsen, Winona State; Jason Moore, Findlay; Charles Holland. Tiffin; Deonte Harris, Assumption; Ka’Ronce Higgins, Southern Arkansas; Will Gillach, St. John’s (MN); Jarrod Ware, UW-Whitewater; Reese Childress, Mary Hardin-Baylor; Connor Niles, Morningside; Brody Oliver, Mines

Tight Ends

Marian University TE Brandon Dillion was named to the 2018 NAIA All-American First Team and invited to participate in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl.
Photo: Joe Gilbert/Indianapolis Star

Donald Parham, Stetson; Charles Scarff, Delaware; Seth Hebert, Central Missouri; Qua Boyd, Western Alabama; Brandon Dillon, Marian University

Offensive Line

Larry Allen Jr., of Harvard will look to play in the NFL like his father.

Ethan Greenidge, Villanova; Udoh Olisaemeka, Elon; Trey Pipkins, Sioux Falls; Daniel Cooney, San Diego; Drew Forbes, Southeast Missouri; Garrett Bowery, Lamar; Brian Fineanganofo, Idaho State; Devon Johnson, Ferris State; Chad Romsa, Chadron State; James Moore, Central Washington; Maurice Bibaku Simba, Concordia; Derrick Puni, Central Missouri; B.J Autry, Jacksonville State; Joshua Miles, Morgan State; Iosua Opeta, Weber State; Marquez Tucker, Southern Utah; Tyler Drob, West Chester; Tanner Volson, North Dakota State; Vitas Hrynkiewicz, Youngstown State; Matt Pyke, ETSU; Micah Shaw, NC A&T; Larry Allen, Jr., Harvard; Bryce Bray, Harding; Jeremy King, Valdosta State; Austin Treneff, Notre Dame College; Nathan Trewyn, UW-Whitewater; Garrett Bader, Benedictine

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Defensive Line

Springfield College DE Nick Giorgio just might fit as a 3-4 ‘backer in the NFL. Graphic: The Springfield Student

John Cominsky, Charleston; Markus Jones, Angelo State; Ahmad Gooden, Samford; Mike Onuoha, Texas A&M-Commerce; Kahzin Daniels, Charleston; Austen Askew, Northwest Missouri; Michael Wristen, CSU-Pueblo; Adonis Davis, Florida Tech; Devondrick Lison, Southern Arkansas; James Prater, Jr., Ashland; Harry Henschler. UW-Whitewater; Nick Giorgio, Springfield College; Javon Muhammed, MacMurray State; Curt Boeke, Dakota State; Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois; Isaiah Mack, UT-Chattanooga; Jay-Tee Tiuli, Eastern Washington; Miles Brown, Wofford; Nathan Clayberg, Drake

Linebackers

McNeese State senior linebacker, B.J. Blunt recorded 102 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, 11 sacks, two fumble recoveries and a blocked punt in 2018.
Photo: Rick Hickman/Lake Charles American Press

B.J. Blunt, McNeese State; De’Arius Christmas, Grambling; Denzil Ware, Jacksonville State; Quincy Williams, Murray State; Josh Buss, Montana; Kaden Elliss, Idaho; Thomas Costigan, Bryant; Silas Stewart, Incarnate Word; Obinna Iheoma, Northwestern State; J.T. Hassell, Florida Tech; Trent Mueller, Lindsey Wilson (KY); Piercen Harnish, Saint Francis; T.J. Holl, Colgate; Noah Dawkins, Citadel; Sterling Sheffield, Maine; Darius Leonard, So Carolina State; Tony Lashley, Idaho; Troy Reeder, Delaware; Tyler Morrissey, West Chester

Defensive Backs

Cain Boschee finished his Dickinson State career with 24 interceptions, tied for first in program history, with seven of the interceptions returned for touchdowns, also a Dickinson State record.  Photo: The Dickinson Press

Corey Ballentine, Washburn; Jordan Brown, So Dakota State; Jimmy Moreland, James Madison; Deion Harris, North Dakota; Josh Lewis, Eastern Washington; Rashad Robinson,James Madison; Joshua Simmons, Limestone (SC); Brain Williams, Davenport; Darius Williams, CSU-Pueblo; Cain Boschee, Dickinson State; Nasir Adderly, Delaware; Chris Johnson, North Alabama; Anthony Gore, Jr., Kennesaw State; Rob Rolle, Villanova; Marvin Tillman, Western Carolina; Davanta Reynolds, NC Central; Gunner Olszewski, Bemidji State;

Special Teams

Minn. St.-Mankato kicker Casey Bednarski  gained national notoriety when he kicked a 63-yard field goal, setting a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference record. 
Photo: Minnesota State Mankato Athletics

Kickers: Roldan Alcobendas, Eastern Washington; J.J. Jerman, East Tennesse State; Casey Bednarski, Minn. St-Mankato; Kristov Martinez, Texas A&M-Commerce; Jonas Schenderlein, Concordia

Punters: Alex Pechin, Bucknell; Ian Berryman, Western Carolina

Long Snappers: Chris Wilkerson, Stephen F. Austin; Patrick Eby, Columbia

Canadians

Mathieu Betts, DE/LB, Laval; Joel Van Pelt, DE/LB, University of Calgary; Alexander Savard, TE, Laval; Maurice Bibaku-Simba, Concordia University

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Note: This list is not intended to be comprehensive & will be updated periodically.

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