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September 1st, 2017, 05:31 AM

#1 Not assigned. Tribe Freshmen not previously included.

#76 Hudson Barth
6'4" 275
Defensive Tackle
New Providence, NJ
New Providence H.S.

#50 Trey Watkins
5'11" 215
Fredericksburg, VA
Massaponax H.S.

#49 Jaden Barnes
5'10" 188
Yorktown, VA
Grafton H.S.

#44 Justin Allen
5'9" 186
Boyds, MD
Georgetown Prep

#24 Tucker Strycharz
5'8" 185
Running Back
Sterling, VA
The Hun School (NJ)

September 1st, 2017, 06:45 AM
Happy Bison football eve everyone!


There are 2 #1's for the 13 time National Champions the North Dakota State University Bison.


#1 Chris Board
Class: Senior
Position: Linebacker
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 230
Hometown: Orlando, Fla.
High School: Timber Creek HS

* 2015 MVFC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award
* 2014, 2015 MVFC Honor Roll

2016 SEASON (JUNIOR): Played in 13 of 14 games including a pair of starts in the playoffs against San Diego and South Dakota State...Made 17 total tackles...NDSU's co-leading tackler on special teams with nine, all on kickoff duty...Season-high five stops in the second round win over San Diego.

2015 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Played in all 15 games including four starts at strong safety...Moved into a backup role at outside linebacker in November...Standout tackler on special teams...Made 11 tackles on kickoff coverage and four on punt team...Totaled 31 tackles and two pass breakups for the season...Career-high 11 tackles including seven solo stops in the home loss to South Dakota...MVFC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award and MVFC Honor Roll.

2014 SEASON (FRESHMAN): Played in all 16 games...Led all Bison special teamers with 12 tackles including nine on kickoff coverage...Finished the year with 22 tackles including one tackle for loss against Incarnate Word...Season-high five tackles with three solo stops and one pass breakup at Missouri State...Named to the MVFC Honor Roll.

2013 SEASON (REDSHIRT): Sat out the season as a redshirt at North Dakota State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second team all-state safety for Timber Creek High School and head coach Jim Buckridge...Selected to all-metro and all-district first team after leading Wolves to 10-3 record and second round of the playoffs...Finished senior year with 109 tackles including 97 solos...Picked off four passes and had eight passes defended.

PERSONAL: Majoring in criminal justice…Born July 23, 1995...Son of Sherman Board, Orlando, Fla., and Torvia Young, Memphis, Tenn...Has two brothers, Elijah and Joshua...Mother and father ran track at Southeast Missouri State.

Good luck with the upcoming season and in the classroom Chris.


#1 Christian Watson
Class: Freshman
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 186
Hometown: Tampa, Fla.
High School: Plant HS

HIGH SCHOOL: 2017 graduate of H.B. Plant High School...Two-year letterman for coach Robert Weiner...Played wide receiver and safety...Averaged 17.1 yards per catch with eight receiving TDs and 587 all-purpose yards his senior year...Part of a 13-1 state runner-up team in 2016...Also competes in track and field...Honor roll student.

PERSONAL: Plans to major in engineering...Born May 12, 1999...Son of Tim and Christa Watson...Father played at Howard University and was a safety in the NFL for the Chiefs, Giants and Eagles from 1993 to 1997...Has one brother, Tre, who is a linebacker at the University of Illinois...Also has a sister, Lexi.

Good luck with the upcoming season and in the classroom Christian.

Go Bison!


The Cats
September 1st, 2017, 07:41 AM
Western Carolina

#1 Steffon Hill

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Class: RS Senior
Hometown: Hendersonville, N.C.
High School: East Henderson HS
Height / Weight: 5-11 / 195
Position: WR

2016 (Senior): Only saw action in the season-opener at East Carolina (Sept. 3) before suffering an injury that sidelined him the remainder of the year ... Caught four passes for 46 yards against the Pirates ... Received a medical redshirt ... Returned to the practice field in a limited role during spring drills ... Caught five passes for a scrimmage-best 108 yards and a 34-yard touchdown reception during WCU's annual Spring Game.

2015 (Junior): Played in 10 of WCU's 11 games on the season with four starts at wide receiver ... Finished the season second on the team with 38 catches for 457 receiving yards and two touchdowns ... Added nine rushes for 39 yards and a score ... Hauled in his first collegiate receiving TD at Chattanooga (Oct. 31) ... Posted a career-high 10 catches for 130 yards with a score in the home win over Furman (Nov. 7) ... Also rushed three times with a TD against the Paladins ... Including one kickoff return for 22 yards, accounted for 518 all-purpose yards and 18 points scored ... Caught four passes for 53 yards and a touchdown with three rushing touches during WCU's annual Spring Game.

2014 (Sophomore): Saw action in six of WCU's 12 games with one start ... Caught one pass for four yards in his start against Chattanooga (Nov. 1) ... Returned a pair of kickoffs for 36 yards with a long of 21 yards at Alabama (Nov. 22) ... Finished the season with 40 all-purpose yards ... Playing for the Purple squad, hauled in four passes for 80 yards including a 48-yard reception during WCU's annual Spring Game.

2013 (Freshman): Played in 11 of the team's 12 games on the year with one start at wide receiver ... Also saw time as a kick returner, recording five kickoff returns for 80 yards including a long of 22 in his collegiate debut at Middle Tennessee State ... Made his first collegiate start against Elon on Homecoming ... Caught two passes for 24 yards on the year, both coming against the Phoenix ... Finished the season with 104 all-purpose yards.

Prior to Western Carolina: Played both wide receiver and defensive back for head coach - and former Catamount - Brett Chappell ... Was a two-time All-Western North Carolina Athletic Conference selection ... Caught 55 passes for 960 yards and six touchdowns to go along with 274 rushing yards with a TD on the ground ... Defensively, credited with 33.5 tackles and an INT in his final season as a prep ... Tabbed as the WNC Athletic Conference's Special Teams Player of the Year ... As a junior, made 43 receptions for 814 yards and eight touchdowns while also rushing for 405 yards and four TDs ... On defense, had a pair of interceptions ... One of just 100 players to attend the invitation-only Shrine Bowl combine in the summer of 2012.

Personal: Full name is Steffon Ardul Hill ... Son of Kenya Jackson and Grover Hill ... has two siblings, Jameson and Phillip.

Courtesy WCU Athletics Media Relations

September 1st, 2017, 08:12 AM



Position: Cornerback
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 165
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Oxon Hill, Md.
High School: Potomac

2016: Played in eight games in UAlbany secondary, tallying five tackles... Had three tackles, including two solo, in win vs. Holy Cross (9/17).

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year team captain Earned four varsity football letters Helped the Wolverines win the 2A county and regional titles 2015 DMV Elite All-State second team and two-time All-Met honorable mention US Army All-American Combine Invitee and Rivals 250 Underclassmen Challenge Invitee Also competed in basketball Member of National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Son of Thomas Tobias Jr. and Kimberly Bennett Has three brothers, Thomas Tobias III, Aiden Bennett, and Jordan Tobias, and two sisters, Kaylin and Zarriah Tobias Intends to major in accounting.

SFA 93
September 1st, 2017, 04:20 PM
CB:#1 Tarrin Mitchell 5-10; 186 Dallas, Texas (Roosevelt) (Jr.)

2016 (Sophomore): Appeared in 10 games with five starts at the cornerback position ... Registered 24 tackles on the year with 12 solo tackles, two fumble recoveries and two interceptions ... Posted a season-best six tackles with three unassisted in the win over West Alabama ... Registered four tackles with a pair of fumble recoveries and an interception against Central Arkansas ... Had a nine-yard interception return with three total tackles at Houston Baptist ... Posted two tackles on four separate occasions ... Credited with a pass breakup at Texas Tech and at Incarnate Word.

2015 (Freshman): Played in all 11 games at cornerback with four starts on the year ... Registered 27 tackles on the year, 20 of which were unassisted ... Recorded a pair of interceptions against McNeese State ... Finished with a season-best seven tackles (all unassisted) against Sam Houston State ... Posted four tackles each against McNeese State, at Abilene Christian and against Nicholls ... Registered three tackles, including two unassisted, at third-ranked TCU with a pass breakup.

2014 (Redshirt): Utilized his redshirt season, competing on the Lumberjack scout team.

Prior to SFA: Three-star recruit by ESPN and 247Sports ... Named to VYPE Magazine's Top 100 DFW recruits ... No. 91 cornerback nationally by ESPN and 247Sports ... Received 2013 and 2012 AP All-State honorable mention honors ... Named to the 2013 District 11-3A first team on offense and to the second team on defense ... Named to the 2012 District 11-3A second team ... Had 66 tackles, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as a junior ... Also part of Roosevelt's track and field program.


September 1st, 2017, 05:04 PM
The Ivies still have 15 days of practices and scrimmages before our first gameday...

Harvard #1:

1 Tim Haehl




Bellevue, Wash.

High School:



House Affiliation:

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at Harvard:
2016: Played in nine games, making 25 tackles ... Finished with five stops vs. Rhode Island ... Made five tackles and one pass breakup at Brown ... Had two tackles against Georgetown ... Recorded two stops at Princeton ... Broke up two passes and racked up four tackles at Dartmouth ... Finished with two stops vs. Columbia ... Had one tackle at Penn ... Amassed 0.5 tackles for a loss and four stops overall vs. Yale.

2015: Played in all 10 games ... Recorded four tackles at Rhode Island ... Had one stop vs. Brown ... Made a tackle vs. Georgetown ... Recorded one stop at Cornell ... Finished with one tackle at Lafayette ... Made four stops, including 0.5 for a loss, at Columbia ... Registered one stop vs. Penn ... Recorded one tackle at Yale.

2014: Saw action in one game ... Picked off a pass and had two tackles vs. Columbia.

Four-year letterwinner, two-year starter and team captain as a senior at Bellevue … Led Bellevue to four-straight undefeated seasons … Helped Bellevue win the 2012 Washington State Football Championships … A part of Sports Illustrated’s National Football Champions team in 2012 … Named 2013 State Championship MVP … Tied for most interceptions in the Washington state championship game … All-State Cornerback selection in 2013 … Two-year All-King Co., Cornerback … In 2013, Seattle Times’ Preseason All-State selection … Four-year letterwinner and captain of the basketball team … National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete nominee … Member of National Honor Society, and Math Honor Society … Twin brother, Eric, plays lacrosse at the University of Richmond … Brother, Rusty, won the 2010 National Football Championship at Eastern Washington University.

September 1st, 2017, 07:13 PM
Montana #1a


Treshawn Favors - RB
5'9", 209 lbs.
Glendale, AZ
Mountain Ridge HS

'16 Stats:

23 Carries, 112 Yds.
4.9 ypc
11.2 ypg

3 Catches, 23 Yds.
7.7 ypc
2.3 ypg

135 Total Yds.
13.5 Total ypg

10 KR, 171 Yds.
17.1 ypr

306 All-Purpose Yds.
30.6 AP-ypg

1 Tackle

Montana #1b


Markell Sanders - CB
6'2", 189 lbs.
FBS Transfer ('15) - Washington St.
Renton, WA
Eastside Catholic HS

'16 Stats:

25 Tackles
7 Pass Def.
1 FR