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    2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!

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    #21 Arman Jones (Previously wore #37)
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    Western Branch H.S.




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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!

    Harvard has two players who wear #21.

    21 Charlie Booker III
    Height: 5-9
    Weight: 200
    Year: Jr
    Hometown: Houston, Texas
    High School: Cypress Ranch
    Position: RB
    Major: Economics
    House Affiliation: Leverett



    at Harvard:
    2016: Played in five games ... Amassed 284 rushing yards on 61 carries ... Had two TDs on the year ... Rushed once for 21 yards vs. Rhode Island ... Led the team with 78 rushing yards on 17 carries at Dartmouth ... Ran 14 times for 69 yards, including a 15-yard TD, vs. Columbia ... Carried the ball 15 times for 62 yards at Penn ... Had 14 rushes for 54 yards, including a 27-yard TD, and finished with two catches for nine yards vs. Yale.


    2015: Did not see game action.


    Background:
    Two-year letterwinner, senior captain at running back and fullback for Cypress Ranch … Named to first team All-District twice, two-time team MVP, 2014 state championships finalist … Academic Honor Roll … Academic All-District selection.



    21 Jason Brown
    Height: 6-3
    Weight: 200
    Year: Fr
    Hometown: Davie, Fla.
    High School: American Heritage School-Plantation
    Position: ATH

    Before Harvard
    Four year letterwinner at American Heritage, serving as captain his senior year … Assisted American Heritage to three state championships, awarded game MVP in 2016 … Led the squad to its first undefeated season in 2016 … Named to first team all-county and all-atate, while also named Gieco High School Football and ESPN Game MVP twice … Also lettered and captained the lacrosse team for four seasons at American Heritage … Uncle, Andrew Nolan, graduated from Harvard in 1984 after playing football for four years.
    Ivy League Football: Since the latter half of the 20th century, slowly self-destructing to become irrelevant in the scene that they used to dominate, not too many fans among the younger generations, rusting their potentials in the process.
    Before, I liked a lot about Harvard football. Now, not so much. They are the main perpetrators of why Ivy League football has lost its popularity and it may never go back to what it used to be.

    My team at the moment: NC A&T Aggies.

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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!

    Western Carolina





    #21 Detrez Newsome




    Class: Senior
    Hometown: Raeford, N.C.
    High School: Hoke County HS
    Height / Weight: 5-10 / 210
    Position: RB

    2017 (Senior): Appeared on the initial Walter Payton Award Watch List for the FCS Offensive Player of the Year ... Tabbed second team preseason All-America by STATS FCS ... Selected preseason first team All-FCS by Lindy's Sports ... Tabbed preseason first team All-Southern Conference at running back and as return specialist by the league's head coaches.

    2016 (Junior): Started all 11 games on the year at running back ... Posted his second-consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season, finishing with 1,031 yards on 156 carries with 10 rushing touchdowns ... Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark four times during the 2016 season including a career-best - and WCU single-game record - 277 yards and two touchdowns against Chattanooga (Oct. 28) ... Matched a WCU record with a 95-yard touchdown run against UTC, matching a record set by Brett Chappell (vs. Elon, 1995) ... Rushed for 148 yards in the home win over Gardner-Webb (Sept. 10), 111 in the home win over VMI (Nov. 5), and rushed a season-high 21 times for 115 yards and a score at SEC-foe, South Carolina (Nov. 19) ... Finished as the NCAA FCS Football individual season champion for all-purpose yards, amassing a Southern Conference record 2,343 all-purpose yards to lead three of the four NCAA football divisions ... Was a three-time post-season All-America selection including first team All-America from the Associated Press and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and a second team FCS All-America selection by STATS ... Named second team All-Southern Conference by the league head coaches at running back and return specialist ... Selected All-SoCon at running back by the league's voting media ... Named Western Carolina's 2016-17 A-CAT-EMY Awards Male Athlete of the Year ... Earned SoCon Offensive Player of the Week as well as honorable mention STATS FCS National Player of the Week on Oct. 31 ... Named STATS FCS National Special Teams Player of the Week after amassing a school-record 365 all-purpose yards (third-most in SoCon history) including a school and SoCon-record 240 kickoff return yards that featured a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown at South Carolina (Nov. 19) ... Selected as a team captain by his teammates as a junior ... Rushed eight times for 23 yards and two touchdowns in WCU's annual Spring Game.

    2015 (Sophomore): Started nine of the 11 games in which he saw action ... Named first team All-Southern Conference by both the league's head coaches and voting media ... Became just the ninth Catamount running back since 1967 -- and the first since Darius Fudge in 2006 -- to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark in a season, posting the fourth-best total in single-season in school history with 1,109 yards on the ground ... Rushed for over 100 yards six times on the year ... Led the Southern Conference in rushing, the only back to average over 100-yards on the ground (100.8 yds/gm), and finished the regular season ranked 10th in the nation in rushing ... Closed the season by matching a career-long streak with his third-consecutive, 100-yard rushing performance at VMI (Nov. 21), by-passing the 1,000-yard mark in the second quarter of the road victory ... Twice rushed for over 100 yards against teams from the Southeastern Conference (SEC) with 128 yards at Tennessee (Sept. 19) and 111 yards at Texas A&M (Nov. 14) ... Led Western Carolina in scoring with 72 points, tallying 12 touchdowns including nine on the ground and the first three TD receptions of his career to accompany 281 receiving yards ... Scored TDs in all but one game on the year (Furman, Nov. 7) ... Adding in 389 yards on kickoff returns, averaged a SoCon-leading 161.7 all-purpose yards per game, ending the regular season sixth in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) ... Collected SoCon Offensive Player of the Week in early October following a 237 all-purpose yard performance that included a career-high 189 rushing yards in the win over Presbyterian (Oct. 2).

    2014 (Freshman): Saw action in all 12 games in the offensive backfield ... Ranked third on the team with 488 rushing yards while pacing the Catamounts with nine rushing touchdowns ... Racked up 1,311 all-purpose yards including 689 yards on 26 kickoff returns including one for a touchdown ... Was second in the SoCon in kickoff return average (26.5 yds/gm) ... Finished the year ranked third in the SoCon in all-purpose yards, averaging 109.3 yards per game ... Recorded two touchdowns in a game five times as a freshman, ranking second on the team with 60 points scored ... Named second team All-Southern Conference by both the league's head coaches and media as a return specialist on special teams and was also selected to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team both on offense and special teams ... Recorded a career-high 207 all-purpose yards in a home win over Brevard (Sept. 6) with 99 on kickoff returns, 88 on the ground and 20 through the air ... Garnered SoCon Special Teams Player of the Week plaudits after returning the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown in the home win over Wofford (Oct. 11), finishing with 180 all-purpose yards ... Collected SoCon Freshman of the Week honors after compiling 154 all-purpose yards with 123 yards rushing and two TDs against The Citadel ... Playing for the Gold squad, rushed 11 times for 33 yards and caught a pass for 14 yards in WCU's annual Spring Game.

    2013 (Freshman): Joined the WCU football team for spring drills ... Led all running backs with 39 yards on 14 carries, fumbling once during WCU's annual Spring Game.

    Prior to Western Carolina: Named the Southeastern 4-A co-Offensive Player of the Year by the Fayetteville Observer, tallying all-conference accolades ... According to NCPreps.com, rushed for over 2,000 yards on over 240 carries with 37 touchdowns as a senior ... Recorded 402 yards on the ground on 20 rushes for an average of 20.1 yards per carry, scoring six touchdowns in the 2012 season-opener against Wilmington Ashley HS ... It was the 23rd time a 400-plus yard game had been reported to the NCHSAA ... Also ran track & field as a prep.

    Personal: Full name is Jermine Detrez Newsome ... Is the son of Yolanda Newsome.



    Courtesy WCU Athletics Media Relations

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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!

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    Western Carolina





    #21 Detrez Newsome




    Class: Senior
    Hometown: Raeford, N.C.
    High School: Hoke County HS
    Height / Weight: 5-10 / 210
    Position: RB

    2017 (Senior): Appeared on the initial Walter Payton Award Watch List for the FCS Offensive Player of the Year ... Tabbed second team preseason All-America by STATS FCS ... Selected preseason first team All-FCS by Lindy's Sports ... Tabbed preseason first team All-Southern Conference at running back and as return specialist by the league's head coaches.

    2016 (Junior): Started all 11 games on the year at running back ... Posted his second-consecutive 1,000-yard rushing season, finishing with 1,031 yards on 156 carries with 10 rushing touchdowns ... Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark four times during the 2016 season including a career-best - and WCU single-game record - 277 yards and two touchdowns against Chattanooga (Oct. 28) ... Matched a WCU record with a 95-yard touchdown run against UTC, matching a record set by Brett Chappell (vs. Elon, 1995) ... Rushed for 148 yards in the home win over Gardner-Webb (Sept. 10), 111 in the home win over VMI (Nov. 5), and rushed a season-high 21 times for 115 yards and a score at SEC-foe, South Carolina (Nov. 19) ... Finished as the NCAA FCS Football individual season champion for all-purpose yards, amassing a Southern Conference record 2,343 all-purpose yards to lead three of the four NCAA football divisions ... Was a three-time post-season All-America selection including first team All-America from the Associated Press and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and a second team FCS All-America selection by STATS ... Named second team All-Southern Conference by the league head coaches at running back and return specialist ... Selected All-SoCon at running back by the league's voting media ... Named Western Carolina's 2016-17 A-CAT-EMY Awards Male Athlete of the Year ... Earned SoCon Offensive Player of the Week as well as honorable mention STATS FCS National Player of the Week on Oct. 31 ... Named STATS FCS National Special Teams Player of the Week after amassing a school-record 365 all-purpose yards (third-most in SoCon history) including a school and SoCon-record 240 kickoff return yards that featured a 93-yard kickoff return for a touchdown at South Carolina (Nov. 19) ... Selected as a team captain by his teammates as a junior ... Rushed eight times for 23 yards and two touchdowns in WCU's annual Spring Game.

    2015 (Sophomore): Started nine of the 11 games in which he saw action ... Named first team All-Southern Conference by both the league's head coaches and voting media ... Became just the ninth Catamount running back since 1967 -- and the first since Darius Fudge in 2006 -- to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark in a season, posting the fourth-best total in single-season in school history with 1,109 yards on the ground ... Rushed for over 100 yards six times on the year ... Led the Southern Conference in rushing, the only back to average over 100-yards on the ground (100.8 yds/gm), and finished the regular season ranked 10th in the nation in rushing ... Closed the season by matching a career-long streak with his third-consecutive, 100-yard rushing performance at VMI (Nov. 21), by-passing the 1,000-yard mark in the second quarter of the road victory ... Twice rushed for over 100 yards against teams from the Southeastern Conference (SEC) with 128 yards at Tennessee (Sept. 19) and 111 yards at Texas A&M (Nov. 14) ... Led Western Carolina in scoring with 72 points, tallying 12 touchdowns including nine on the ground and the first three TD receptions of his career to accompany 281 receiving yards ... Scored TDs in all but one game on the year (Furman, Nov. 7) ... Adding in 389 yards on kickoff returns, averaged a SoCon-leading 161.7 all-purpose yards per game, ending the regular season sixth in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) ... Collected SoCon Offensive Player of the Week in early October following a 237 all-purpose yard performance that included a career-high 189 rushing yards in the win over Presbyterian (Oct. 2).

    2014 (Freshman): Saw action in all 12 games in the offensive backfield ... Ranked third on the team with 488 rushing yards while pacing the Catamounts with nine rushing touchdowns ... Racked up 1,311 all-purpose yards including 689 yards on 26 kickoff returns including one for a touchdown ... Was second in the SoCon in kickoff return average (26.5 yds/gm) ... Finished the year ranked third in the SoCon in all-purpose yards, averaging 109.3 yards per game ... Recorded two touchdowns in a game five times as a freshman, ranking second on the team with 60 points scored ... Named second team All-Southern Conference by both the league's head coaches and media as a return specialist on special teams and was also selected to the Southern Conference All-Freshman team both on offense and special teams ... Recorded a career-high 207 all-purpose yards in a home win over Brevard (Sept. 6) with 99 on kickoff returns, 88 on the ground and 20 through the air ... Garnered SoCon Special Teams Player of the Week plaudits after returning the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown in the home win over Wofford (Oct. 11), finishing with 180 all-purpose yards ... Collected SoCon Freshman of the Week honors after compiling 154 all-purpose yards with 123 yards rushing and two TDs against The Citadel ... Playing for the Gold squad, rushed 11 times for 33 yards and caught a pass for 14 yards in WCU's annual Spring Game.

    2013 (Freshman): Joined the WCU football team for spring drills ... Led all running backs with 39 yards on 14 carries, fumbling once during WCU's annual Spring Game.

    Prior to Western Carolina: Named the Southeastern 4-A co-Offensive Player of the Year by the Fayetteville Observer, tallying all-conference accolades ... According to NCPreps.com, rushed for over 2,000 yards on over 240 carries with 37 touchdowns as a senior ... Recorded 402 yards on the ground on 20 rushes for an average of 20.1 yards per carry, scoring six touchdowns in the 2012 season-opener against Wilmington Ashley HS ... It was the 23rd time a 400-plus yard game had been reported to the NCHSAA ... Also ran track & field as a prep.

    Personal: Full name is Jermine Detrez Newsome ... Is the son of Yolanda Newsome.



    Courtesy WCU Athletics Media Relations
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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!




    #21 KARL MOFOR





    Position: Running Back
    Height: 5'8"
    Weight: 211
    Year: Freshman
    Hometown: Greenbelt, Md.
    High School: Eleanor Roosevelt


    High School: Competed in football and track at Eleanor Roosevelt High... Rushed for over 4,000 yards and scored 56 touchdowns in high school career... Named to the Under Armour Elite 100 in Maryland, finishing with nearly 2,000 total yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior captain... 2015 Honorable Mention All-State player, two-time All-County and All-Metro player... Team MVP from 2015-17... Competed in shot put and relay teams for track... Member of Future Youth Leader and Young Entrepreurs, Black Student Union and Film Society in high school.


    Personal: Plans to major in information technology... Son of Lawrence and Gisele Mofor... Has a brother, Mike-Ryan.
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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!


    CB:#21 Davelle Fox 5-11; 185 Chicago, Illinois (Richards/Southwestern College) (So.)

    Prior to SFA: Spent one season at Southwestern College in Chula Vista, California … Played in all 11 games as a freshman for the Jaguars, finishing with 33 tackles (21 solo) with an interception and five pass breakups … First team all-conference selection … Helped lead Southwestern to a 9-2 record and an appearance in the American Division Championship Bowl … Registered a career-high nine tackles in his collegiate debut in a win over Palomar … Two year letterwinner at Richards High School in Oak Lawn, Illinois … Helped guide the Bulldogs to a 9-2 record as a senior, including a 6-0 conference championship.
    FB CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS - 1935 1985 1989 1999 2009 2010
    FCS PLAYOFFS - 1988 1989 1993 1995 2009 2010 2014
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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!


    21 - Eddie Gadson

    The number 21 has been retired at Charleston Southern. 21 was worn by Eddie Gadson, who passed away before the 2005 Big South Championship season. The locker 21 in the lockerroom still has a memorial for Eddie. One of his teammates wrote a book about him and that season. The following is from that website:

    "Edward A. “Eddie” Gadson was awarded a full scholarship for his hard work, dedication, and talent after he walked on to the Charleston Southern University Football team in 2003. His attitude and legacy have remained staples of the program ever since his time on campus. The Edward A. Gadson Memorial Scholarship was established by Eddie’s parents, Paula and Edward Gadson, with the hope of providing a lasting memory of their son Edward A. Gadson. The scholarship is awarded to walk-on football players each year during the annual CSU Spring Game. The award recipient is selected by CSU Coaches in unison with Eddie’s parents, and is presented to players who exemplify Eddie’s attitude and spirit of competition."

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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!

    Montana #21




    Lamarriel Taylor - WR
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    FBS Transfer ('16) - UMass
    Chula Vista, CA
    Mission Bay HS


    '16 Stats:

    1 Catch, 16 Yds.

    2 Tackles

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    Re: 2017 GAS Memorial Countdown... 21 Days!!

    Here is #21 for the 13 time National Champions the North Dakota State University Bison.



    #21 Jalen Allison
    Class: Junior
    Position: Cornerback
    Height: 6'0"
    Weight: 184
    Hometown: Papillion, Neb.
    High School: Papillion-La Vista HS

    * 2016 All-MVFC Honorable Mention
    * 2014 MVFC Honor Roll

    2016 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Honorable mention to the All-Missouri Valley Football Conference team...Started all 14 games at cornerback...Fifth on the team with 66 tackles including 44 solo stops...His four interceptions tied for third in the conference behind teammates Tre Dempsey and Robbie Grimsley...Also tied for third in the league with 12 pass breakups...Had an interception in regulation and a key pass breakup in overtime to help beat Charleston Southern...Career-high 10 tackles including a forced fumble in the overtime win against Eastern Washington.

    2015 SEASON (FRESHMAN): Played in all 15 games including three starts at cornerback...Filled in for injured starter CJ Smith in the season opener at Montana and regular-season finale against Missouri State...Also started against Western Illinois as the third cornerback in a nickel package...Finished the season with 23 tackles including 13 solo stops...Had a 30-yard interception return for touchdown in the NCAA second round win over Montana...Broke up six passes on the year including a season-high three breakups at Indiana State...Recovered and returned a fumble 20 yards in the win over Missouri State...Season-high four tackles in each of the year's first two games against Montana and Weber State.

    2014 SEASON (REDSHIRT): Sat out the season as a redshirt in the Bison program...Named to the MVFC Honor Roll.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter for Papillion La Vista High School and head coach Jeff Govier...Named to first team all-area and all-district teams as a senior...Second team all-metro...Honorable mention for all-state team...Made 118 tackles and picked off six passes during prep career...Also recorded 80 catches and over 1,000 yards receiving combined...Defensive MVP of the 2014 Nebraska Shrine Game, where he made three tackles, broke up two passes and had an interception...Member of state champion 4x100 relay team...Part of record-holding group in 4x100 relay with time of 41.40 seconds.

    PERSONAL: Majoring in sport management...Born March 6, 1996...Son of Brian and Euritici Allison...Has two brothers, Brian Allison II and Glenn...Father played basketball at Southeastern Oklahoma State University (1985-1988)...High school teammate of former Bison wide receiver Tyler Wrice.

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

    Go Bison!

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