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September 1st, 2009, 08:27 AM
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Blake Elder


Wide Receiver - WR
Height: 6-0 Weight: 173
Previous Affiliations
Previous Experience
Duncan, S.C.

Lauded by coaches as perhaps the Mountaineers’ best route-runner ... also boasts sure hands and a high football IQ ... comes into the fall listed as the backup to CoCo Hillary at the Z receiver position but will undoubtedly see plenty of action as part of ASU’s regular rotation at receiver.

2008 : Appeared in all 14 games as a sophomore ... made first three starts of his career, all coming in the season’s first four games (at LSU, vs. Jacksonville, vs. Presbyterian) ... caught 13 passes for 180 yards, but did so in spurts, with the 13 receptions coming in eight games ... hauled in multiple receptions three times during the regular season with two apiece against Jacksonville, Presbyterian and Chattanooga ... scored the first touchdown of his career on a 38-yard reception in the 49-7 rout at UTC ... set career highs with three catches for 48 yards in the Apps’ loss to Richmond in the national quarterfinals.

2007 : Saw action in 13 games, including all four postseason affairs ... caught four passes for 30 yards ... three of the four receptions came in 79-35 win over archrival Western Carolina ... all three catches versus WCU came courtesy of his brother, Trey, a former ASU quarterback ... hauled in a season-long 12-yard reception in national quarterfinals versus Eastern Washington.

2006 : Redshirted.

High School : Closed an impressive prep career by racking up seven receptions for 124 yards and three touchdowns in his final five games as a senior ... a two-time academic all-area selection ... lettered three times in football and once in track ... coached at Byrnes by Bobby Bentley.

September 1st, 2009, 08:32 AM

Chris Lucas
# 3
Wide Receiver - WR
Height: 5-10 Weight: 174
Previous Affiliations
Previous Experience
Hazel Green, AL

Criminal justice major

Born May 4, 1987

Top returning receiver for the Bearkats ... started every game in 2008 ... ranked No. 8 in Southland receiving with 45 catches for 592 yards ... caught TD passes in Central Arkansas, McNeese and Northwestern State games ... lettered as backup wide receiver in 2007, catching 8 passes for 106 yards ... nabbed five-yard TD pass for game-winner with 13 seconds to play at Texas State-San Marcos ... transfer from Troy ... caught pass for 15 yards in Trojans’ season opener in 2006 vs. Alabama St. ... All-State and All-Region wide receiver for coaches Jimmy Nave and Mark Kehoe at Hazel Green ... 24 catches for 552 yards and 9 TDs as senior ... state finalist as sprinter in track.

Statistics GP Catches Yards TD Long
2007 11 8 106 1 27
2008 10 45 592 3 80

Best game:

10 for 94 yards vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 2008

September 1st, 2009, 08:56 AM

WR Marshall Dill
Redshirt Junior
5' 10" 183
Woodbridge, VA
C.D. Hylton H.S.

Coming off a solid spring performance in which he displayed play-making ability … Good
hands and athleticism … Has the potential to contribute with continued development …
2008: Missed the season for personal reasons … 2007: Saw limited action as a reserve
wide out … Contributed four catches for 28 yards … 2006: Scout team wide receiver …
Earned scout team player of the week honors in week prior to Richmond game … C.D.
Hylton High School: Three-year letterwinner at wide receiver and defensive back … Twotime
All-Cardinal District WR, All-Cardinal District Return Specialist, two-time second-team
All-Northwest Region WR, and Honorable mention All-Metro DB by the Washington Post
… Two-time all-area selection by Potomac News … Two-time all-extra pick by the Washington
Post … Tallied 34 receptions for 749 yards and 11 touchdowns plus three interceptions
including one for 64 yard touchdown as a senior … Totaled 72 catches for 1,488 yards
averaging 20.8 yards per reception, 18 touchdowns and fi ve interceptions in two seasons
under coach Lou Sorrentino, guiding Hylton to back-to-back Northwest Regional Championships
… All-District baseball infi elder and outfi elder … Honor roll student and former Lake
Ridge Baptist Church team kid games coach … Personal: Son of Peter and Lynne Dill …
Father played one season of football on the Florida State scout team … Enjoys working out,
video games and sports collectables … Born on November 27, 1987 in Alexandria, Va

September 1st, 2009, 09:14 AM
#3 Chris Lebel


Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6-5
Weight: 207
Class: Junior
Hometown: Dawsonville, GA
High School: Dawson County

As A Sophomore (2008) - miss the entire season.

As A Freshman (2007) – did not see any playing time.

High School: A 2007 graduate of Dawson County High School in Dawsonville, Georgia … lettered four years with the Tigers … played wide receiver … caught 25 passes for 557 yards and four touchdowns in his senior year … received his team’s Coca Cola Award of Academic Excellence for highest GPA … coached by Jeff Lee … also lettered in basketball and track … a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Major is Spanish … parents are David and Jennifer Lebel of Dawsonville, Georgia … born January 9, 1989 in Newport Beach, California … has one sister … full name is Christopher Daniel Lebel.

September 1st, 2009, 09:15 AM
Georgia Southern

Last worn by Adrian Peterson.
Tons of career yards.

Seven Would Be Nice
September 1st, 2009, 10:00 AM
Getting ahead of our selves are we? Unless this is for the friday night tailgating crowd! :)

September 1st, 2009, 01:35 PM
#3 Aaron Mellette
Class: Redshirt Freshman
Hometown: Sanford, NC,
Previous School: Southern Lee
Height: 6-3
Weight 205

The Coach’s Take: A talented athlete who has excellent size and speed… Is expected to contribute as a wide receiver and on special teams in the fall… Had four catches for 86 yards and a score in the spring game.

2008: Red-shirted.

Prep: Helped coach Bryan Lee’s program to a pair of playoff berths, including a second-round appearance in 2007… Hauled in 1,900 receiving yards and 29 scores in his final two prep seasons… Collected 800 yards and five scores in two years as a return specialist… Two-time first team all-conference pick… Two-time offensive team MVP.

Personal: Son of Merle and Beverly Mellette… Born December 28, 1989… Majoring in exercise sport science.

September 1st, 2009, 07:50 PM
Montana #3:


Andrew Swink - CB
JuCo Transfer ('08) - Mt. San Antonio
5'9", 175 lbs.
Rowland Heights, CA
Rowland Heights HS

'08 Stats:

58 Tackles (2 TFL)
1 FF
6 Pass Def.

September 1st, 2009, 09:58 PM
Harvard #3:

#3 - Matthew Hanson
Position: Defensive Back
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Lafayette, Colo.
High School: Boulder
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
House Affliation: Lowell

At Harvard:
2009: Named a preseason All-American by Phil Steele's Football Magazine and tabbed as a first team ALl-Ivy League honoree.

2008:Ivy League Rookie of the Year as well as an honorable mention all-league pick ... Ivy League Rookie of the Week after recording his first career interception at Lafayette, returning it 32 yards and finishing the game with two passes defended ... Recorded an interception and three pass breakups against Cornell ... Ivy League Honor Roll after recovering a fumble, breaking up a pass and recording five tackles against Lehigh ... Ivy League Rookie of the Week after intercepting a pass in the end zone, breaking up another pass and recording five tackles in a win at Princeton ... Had an interception return for 28 yards to set up a Harvard score in a win over Columbia.

At Boulder: Three-time captain in football and track & field ... First-team All-Centennial League at wide receiver and kick returner as a senior ... First-team All-Boulder County at wide receiver ... All-county long jumper and state qualifier ... Service with Spirit program.

Aspires to become a doctor.

September 1st, 2009, 10:17 PM

Sean Hakes
6-3 • 205
Collegeville, Tex./Nolan Catholic HS
(Orange Coast JC/Akron)

High School: Enjoyed an outstanding career at Nolan Catholic High School in Forth Worth, Tex....helped lead team to consecutive state championships in 2004 and 2005 for head coach Joe Prud’dhome...named a Dallas Morning News Top 100 area player (No. 71)...was listed among the top quarterbacks in the nation by Fab 50 Recruiting...team posted a 22-4 record during his final two seasons...named Most Valuable Player of the 2005 state championship game.

At Delaware: Second-year transfer...athletic left-hander who has good size and speed...has improved knowledge of the Blue Hen offense and is ready to take over the No. 2 spot at quarterback behind first-year transfer Pat Devlin from Penn State...showed vast improvement in spring drills...saw action in 2009 spring game and completed 9 of 24 passes for 100 yards and two interceptions...also ran twice for six yards.

2008 Season: Joined the squad just before pre-season drills after transfering from Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif. during the summer....spent fall learning offense and serving as scout team quarterback in practice...was No. 3 quarterback behind Robbie Schoenhoft and Lou Ritacco...saw action in just one game when he entered at the end of the loss to William & Mary on Oct. 18 at Delaware Stadium...took just three snaps and was sacked twice and threw an incomplete pass...team went 4-8.

At Orange Coast Junior College: 2007 Season: Played one season and started at quarterback for head coach Mike Taylor...team went 5-5 overall and 3-2 in the Mission Conference American Division...completed 47 of 109 passes for 606 yards and four touchdowns with four interceptions...also carried 65 times for 45 yards and one touchdown.

At Akron: 2006 Season: One of Akron’s top recruits...did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility...team went 5-7 for head coach J.D. Brookhart...enrolled in school in January and took part in spring drills...completed 4 of 8 passes and one touchdown in the spring game.

Personal: Sean M. Hakes (“haykes”)...son of Steve and Dana Hakes...born Oct. 7, 1987 in Ohio...political science major at Delaware.

September 1st, 2009, 11:05 PM

Chad Davis
# 3
Wide Receiver - WR

Height: 5-11 Weight: 185


Previous Schools
Bishop Sullivan High School
Previous Experience
Plaquemine, LA

Has moved into the starting role at the slot position.......good athlete with speed and can catch the ball in a crowd...caught a couple of passes in the spring game....shifted to wide receiver after playing quarterback and tailback in high school...holds weight room record for wide receivers with 365 pound bench press

2008: had six catches for 66 yards...longest 16 yards...two catches for 30 yards against Nicholls...

2007: caught three balls for 37 yards...had a long reception of 18 yards against Stephen F. Austin

2006: caught three passes for 53 yards and one td...had two receptions for 45 yards and a td (38 yards) against West Virginia Tech

High School: football (QB/TB) and baseball (SS/P) letterman...district MVP in football...rushed for 1,478 yards and 15 tds on 184 carries as senior..also caught 17 passes for 234 yards and two tds....quarterback as junior and completed 56 of 106 passes for 943 yards and six tds...rushed 98 times for 502 yards and six tds...rushed for 241 yards in game against Glen Oaks...against Belaire he rushed for 193 yards...led team to district title..played in state football all-star game...

Other: birthdate 2/18/87...graduated in Health and Human Performance last May...parents are Quinnion and Elizabeth.....has been named to SLC commissioner’s honor list