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2004 GOLDEN ISLES BOWL CHAMPIONS

2004 all-American James Johnson

2005 pre-season all-American pick Jacob Patek

Head coach Brad Franchione

2005 Football Media Guide

· Season Outlook · Player Roster · Player Profiles · Records · All Americans · Academic All Americans · Bucs in the Pros

2005 BLINN COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

AUGUST 27 3 12 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 5 12 Cisco Pima College Abilene Christian University (JV) OPEN Kilgore * Tyler * Trinity Valley * Northeastern Oklahoma* Cisco * - Homecoming Navarro* 1st Round SWJC Playoffs SWJC Championship 3 p.m. OCTOBER 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. 3 p.m. NOVEMBER TBA TBA Tyler HOME Miami, Okla. HOME Corsicana HOME 7 p.m. SEPTEMBER noon 4 p.m. San Angelo Abilene Copperas Cove

* Conference Games

BLINN COLLEGE ATHLETICS

As a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association, the Buccaneers compete in the Region XIV Athletic Conference and the Southwest Junior College Football Conference. In 1995 and 1996, Blinn College made history by becoming the first college to win back-to-back National Junior College Athletic Association football championships with 24 consecutive wins. The Buccaneers compete in football, men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball and volleyball. Complementing the athletic teams are the Blinn Cheerleaders, the Buccaneer Treasures Dance Team and the Blinn College Marching Band. All athletic teams are located on the Brenham campus.

Blinn College History

Blinn College was founded in 1883 as Mission Institute, a private coeducational institution operated by the Southern German Conference of the Methodist Church. In 1889 the name was changed to Blinn Memorial College in honor of the Rev. Christian Blinn of New York who donated a large sum of money to the institution. In 1927 the school was organized into a junior college, and two years later it merged with Southwestern University in Georgetown. This association lasted until 1935, when it was organized as a private nondenominational junior college. In 1937 a junior college district was created in Washington County by election, and Donald E. Voelter, Ph.D. Blinn became the first county-owned junior President college in Texas. A request to assist in meeting the educational needs of Brazos County was answered by Blinn in

Location: Brenham, Texas, with campuses also in Bryan, Schulenburg and Sealy Total Enrollment: 14,000 (2,300 on Brenham campus) Academics: No. 1 two-year college in the state in the percentage of academic students who transfer to four-year schools and percentage who go on to earn baccalaureate degrees. President: Donald E. Voelter, Ph.D. Athletic Director: Greg Hinze (979) 830-4170 Head Coach: Brad Franchione (979) 337-6704 Assistant Coaches: Mike Nesbitt - Offensive Coordinator Allen Johnson - Secondary Recruiting Coordinator Will Richard - Offensive Line Guards/Center Keith Browning - Offensive Line Tackles/Tight Ends Will Cook - Defensive Line Nick Chavis - Running Backs Thane Read - Wide Receivers Strength & Conditioning Trainer: Rob Redding (979) 830-4175

1970 when it opened its first campus there in Bryan. A continued growth in enrollment led to Greg Hinze Athletic Director development of a campus in College Station in 1982 and the Blinn College Occupational Education Center in Bryan in 1991. In the spring of 1997 a new 120,000-square-foot consolidated campus was opened in Bryan. A major expansion on that campus was completed in 2000 and another was completed in 2003. In the fall of 1997 a new campus was opened in Schulenburg, located in southern Fayette County. The college will open its fourth location in Sealy, in Austin County, in January 2005. With an enrollment of more than 14,000 students, Blinn is the 10th largest of the state's 50 community college districts.

Conference: Region XIV Athletic Conference Nickname: Buccaneers Colors: Royal blue and white Facility: Spencer Stadium, natural tur f, seats 5000, air conditioned press box

This media guide was produced by the Blinn College Football Office and the Blinn College Public Information Office.

"It's all about trust."

To say first-year head coach Brad Franchione is facing a rebuilding year would be rather cliché. What two-year program doesn't have to rebuild every year? Franchione, on the other hand is looking at laying the foundation for a new era of Buccaneer football. Embedded in the core of that foundation is trust. The players' trust of the coaches, the coaches' trust of the players and the players trusting each other. "It's all about trust," says Franchione. "Trust is the most important word in this program. "It's about being able to rely on players' character in everyday life, their ability and their overall work ethic. We also have to get to know each other away from football. "You build trust with understanding and empathy," says Franchione. "The coaches have empathy for the players because we've been there ourselves. We know what they are going through. "We're looking for a few good men to step up and be leaders on this team. We want to put our trust in them." Franchione, who is in his first head coaching position, says the Bucs "You can't win have the talent to be ball games with contenders, even to win conference but there offense alone." are some obstacles to overcome first. "We have to overcome getting to know the philosophy of our program ... the schemes ... the players," he says. "Every team in our conference has new players every year; not everybody has a new coach every year. "I believe we can overcome these obstacles but I believe leadership is a major hurdle." The Bucs' coaching staff is working with 15 players with game experience from last season and/or spring camp. Only 9 have had starting experience. Leading the pack is 2004 NJCAA All American James Johnson, the 5-11, 195-pound running back out of Port Arthur Memorial who amassed 1,400 yards and 21 touchdowns last season. Obviously Johnson will be the featured player on the offensive stage, but Franchione points out another fact: You can't win ball games with offense alone. "You will lose if you rely on the offense only," he says. "Everybody says it, but it's true -- you win with special teams and defense. You've got to put your offense in good situations in order to score." Frachione's philosophy is to have an offense that is sound fundamentally and attacks. "We have to have an offense that knows how to secure the football," he says. "We are going to have a measured attack, strategically planned for success without risk. "And our defense will have to shut down our opponents and eliminate mistakes." However, Franchione says the defense is where he

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has the least amount of experience and is looking to his few returners to take the lead. Linebackers Cedric Johnson (5-11, 217, Yoakum) and Jacob Patek (6-0, 201, Victoria Memorial) are two of the players he's looking to fill those roles. So are safeties Courtney Edmund (6-1, 216, LaMarque) and Alphonso Jackson (5-9, 182, Hearne). "Their efforts at becoming leaders are a huge variable in our success," he says. What is Franchione looking for in a good leader? "Consistency ... consistency in work ethic and attitude," he says. "Phillip Beck (5-8, 175, Crosby), one of our wide receivers, can be a strong leader for this program," says Franchione. "Tony Burson, (6-3, 282, Katy), our center, has to step up too."

Offense

The 2005 Buccaneer offense will be one of high energy, one that will attack the defense on many fronts, according to offensive coordinator Mike Nesbitt. The first wave will come from the offensive line position. All five potential starters have experience with Burson leading the charge. Sophomore guards Kevin Davis (6-3, 303, North Shore) and Darrell Bledsoe (6-2, 315, LaMarque) and red-shirt freshman Brandon Medelberg (6-3, 301, Denton Liberty) give their coaches Will Richard and Keith Browning additional experience with which to work. Two tackles, sophomore Kurt Kutscher (6-3, 324, Navarro) and red-shirt freshman Jake Johnson (6-6, 356, Tidehaven), bring their impressive size to the line. Freshmen George Nobles (6-0, 280, Hays Consolidated), Adam Hollingsworth (6-0, 270, McKinney), Jackson Wells (6-5, 300, Bellaire) and Quintin Johnson (6-5, 350, Port Arthur Memorial) will be pushing hard for playing time. A promising crop of freshmen tight ends, led by Chris Davis (6-3, 235, Dallas Kimball) and Kyle Walker (6-6, 212, La Porte), may keep the defense guessing about their passing game. But right now, they are committed to being a running team. In the backfield James Johnson will lead coach Nick Chavis' ground forces along with four freshmen who look to keep a strong backfield in tact for years to come. Being groomed to carry out that mission are Terrius Purvey (6-1, 190, Gainesville) and Marcus Brigham (5-10, 190, Forth Worth Southwest). "We're looking for one or two of these guys to step forward," says Chavis. The air attack will bombard the field with six difference receivers led by returners Beck and David Wofford (6-3, 202, Pasadena Sam Rayburn). Joining them in stretching out their opponents' defense are freshmen Mike Spears (5-8, 175, Rice Consolidated), Jamar Green (5-7, 143,

Chilton), Carl Johnson (6-0, 214, New Orleans Ehret) and Kevin Ferguson (6-2, 200, Houston Kempner). "Our receiving corps is very good but not yet great," said Franchione. "We have solid talent but no one has separated himself from the group yet." Johnson and Wofford have great size, while Spears, Green and Beck have agility as their edge. Also strong contenders are freshmen Desmond Doss, (6-1, 180, Silsbee), Quincy Driver (6-1, 180, Houston Lamar) and Freddy Williams (6-0, 185, Caldwell) as well as rede-shirt freshman Tommy Breaux (6-7, 196, Randallstown, Md.). At quarterback, sophomore Joe Danna (6-4, 210, Dematha, Silver Springs, Md.) is the starter out of spring ball, said Franchione. Brad Guidry (6-6, 225, Rusk) and Chris Webb (6-2, 205, Lake Dallas) will be pushing for time and a chance to run the offense, said Nesbitt.

Defense

The head coach himself will be the coordinator on the defensive side of the ball, and it's the defense that has very few experienced players. "I believe we have plenty ability," says Franchione. "The question is how quickly can the young players transition to the college game." Coach Will Cook will be working with the line, which has six returning lettermen, led by veteran tackles -- Ryan Mengo (6-3, 316, Baytown Sterling), Terald Clark (5-10, 297, Houston North Shore) and Donald Brown (6-1, 315, Houston Waltrip) -- and promising newcomers -- Brian Haywood (6-4, 295,San Antonio Southwest) and Mervin Williams (5-11, 290, Ennis). The ends will be the big question on defense, Franchione says. "If everyone plays well we could be very tough to move the ball on," he says. "We have no experience, but freshman Greg Jones (6-5, 250, Ennis) can't help but stand out with his size and his speed (4.6). Returning from spring and hungry for playing time will be Phillip Bradford (6-2, 272, Sugar Land Dulles), Ryan Gloston (6-3, 285, Houston Westside), Larod Roberson (6-2, 245, Alief Elsik), and Julian Humble (6-5, 249, Judson), who, along with new additions Alex Cook (6-4, 215, St. Petersburg, Fla., Osceola), Chris Oguayo (60, 270, Pflugerville Connally) and Jones, will define the defense for 2005, says Franchione. His linebackers on the other hand have some experience. Nine return from spring camp, with two -- Jacob Patek and Cedric Johnson -- having game experience. They can expect a lot of competition from freshmen Jeremy Jackson (6-0, 185, Burton) and red-shirt freshman Jeremy Werland (6-0, 204, Columbus). "When all is said and done, we will expect all of them to contribute on special teams and/or defense," says Franchione.

Meanwhile, the secondary will be under the guidance of coach Allen Johnson. "The safeties in the secondary will be the force in our defense," says Johnson. "They will have the ability to force on the run and line up having the speed to run with today's more exotic passing game." He has no returning starters but says Courtney Edmond is the most improved from spring camp. Edmond moves from outside linebacker to strong safety, while freshman Walner Leandre (6-2, 195, Tampa, Fla., Plant) will play a roll in certain defensive packages. Freshman Alphonso Jackson will be a free safety while other newcomers Darius Roberts (6-0, 190, Brenham) and Larvell Roy (5-11, 175, Cuero) could factor in as starters or in key backup rolls this fall. "The cornerback position this season will be interesting," says Johnson. Freshman Michael Watson (6-0, 175, Seguin) will be vying for the starting role. At right corner, Chris Cooper (5-8, 175, Lexington), Patrick Roberts (5-9, 170, Ennis) and Garrett Tidwell (510, 170, Boyd) will all be competing for a starting spot. Other recruits who could factor in at any one of these positions include Avery Taylor (5-6, 144, Terry), Jeremy Ross (6-0, 175, Cuero) and Anthony Mathis (5-8, 171, Edna). "We are going to be a very young secondary," says Johnson. "But we are excited about these players and look to them to eventually mature into some great players."

Special Teams

Franchione gives more than lip service to the concept that the special teams squad is as important to the game as the offense and defense. "In our two-hour practices each day, we spend 35 minutes on special teams," he says. And in those practices he is searching to answer to big questions: Who will be the Bucs' punter? Who will be the Bucs' kicker? Brandt Goeke (6-0, 166, Bellville) can do both and play wide receiver, as he did last season. "He has a strong leg and he's been working all summer on his technique," says Franchione. Daniel Robles (5-10, 180, Odessa Permian) is a freshman kicker vying for a spot. Unknowns on the special teams are the punt returners, says Franchione. "For returning kicks we have James (Johnson)," he says. "But on punt returns I don't know; maybe Patrick Roberts, who returned punts for his state champion high school team (Ennis)." While there are still many unknowns and question marks for the 2005 Buccaneers, there are still some very basic tenets that serve as the goals for the new regime. "Simply put, first, `We have to win our first game'," says Franchione. "Next, `Don't get too complex.' "And finally, `Have a winning season'."

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Brad Coach Franchione Head

The Brad Franchione era of Buccaneer football is directed by a new head coach who has 10 years of college coaching experience with a vast knowledge of the game and a commitment to the best interest of the program and its student athletes. His foundation in the game was built with input by his well-known father, Dennis Franchione, head coach at Texas A&M University, but his coaching philosophy and approach to the game has been constructed by his own experience in college programs ranging from junior college to NCAA Division I. His last station before being named head coach of the Buccaneers in January 2005 was as the defensive line coach at Texas A&M University - Commerce. In his one season with the Lions he also served as the program's academic coordinator, travel

coordinator and video coordinator. His recruiting assignment was central Texas and Kansas junior colleges, including Blinn. Additional coaching experience has come at Bacone College in Muskogee, Okla. (2003-2004), the University of Tennessee - Martin (2002), the University of West Alabama in Livingston (20012002), East Central University in Ada, Okla. (1999-2001) and Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, Kansas (1998). While in college he was a graduate assistant with the offense from 1996-1998 at Arkansas State University and a student coach assisting with the secondary at the University of New Mexico (1992-1996). At Bacone College he was an associate head coach and defensive coordinator while also serving as the recruiting coordinator, helping lead the Warriors to a secondplace finish in the Central States Intercollegiate Football Conference. At Tennessee - Martin he was

an assistant coach working with the linebackers and the coordinating recruiting. He was also the kickoff team coach. For the Tigers of West Alabama he was an assistant coach working with the linebackers. He was also punt and kickoff teams coach. While an assistant at East Central he was the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator for the Tigers, helping lead the 2000 team to its first winning season since 1983. He also served as the team's academic coordinator and the special teams coordinator. His duties as an assistant at Fort Scott included working with the quarterbacks as well as the punt team and serving as video coordinator. Franchione was born in Joplin, Mo., graduated from Pittsburg (Kansas) High School, earned his bachelor's degree in physical education at the University of New Mexico in 1996 and his master of science degree in education at Arkansas State University in 1998. He and his wife, Rebecca, have a son, Wyatt, who is 1. His hobbies include golf, racquetball, weight training and computers.

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Mike Nesbitt Offensive Coordinator

Mike Nesbitt enters his first year as offensive coordinator at Blinn College. Prior to joining the Buccaneer staff, he was an offensive line, running backs and kicking coach for Howard Payne University. During his four seasons with the Yellow Jackets, their record was 30-10, while the offense remained one of the top 25 programs in the nation and among the top in the American Southwest Conference. Nesbitt coached six all-conference players and an allAmerican kicker. His other coaching experience includes Western New Mexico University where he was the quarterbacks, wide receivers and special team coach. He has also coached in 5A and 4A high schools in New Mexico. As a player, Nesbitt punted for the University of New Mexico Lobos from 1991 to 1993. He carried a season average of 45.0, which is the second highest in UNM history. He was third in the national and currently holds the highest UNM career average. He also led the nation in net punting at 41.5 yards in 1993. He was named to the All Western Athletic Conference second team and was voted the 1993 Male Athlete of Year by the Albuquerque Sports Hall of Fame. After concluding his collegiate career at UNM, where he earned a bachelor's degree in education, Nesbitt enjoyed time in the NFL as a punter for two pre-seasons with the New Orleans Saints and one with the Minnesota Vikings. Nesbitt is a native of Denver. He and his wife, Camille, have one son, Gavin, who is 11. Coaching philosophy: Throughout

Nesbitt's career, his priority has been to coach young men on how to not only become great athletes but also outstanding individuals within society. "I am a firm believer in creating life lessons through sports and bringing the student-athlete to a level of accomplishment."

Allen Johnson Secondary - Recruiting

Coordinator

brings college and high school c o a c h i n g experience with him in his first year on the Buccaneer staff, where he coaches the secondary and serves as the recruiting coordinator. Johnson holds a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology and a master of science degree in kinesiology, both from Texas A&M University - Commerce, where he served as a student coach in 1999 working with the safeties and as a graduate assistant in 2000 working with the running backs. His high school coaching experience includes the 2001 season at Gaither High School in Tampa, Fla., where he was the defensive coordinator and coached the secondary. He then spent a year as the coach of the secondary at Plant High School in Tampa and was the safeties coach at Newman Smith High School in Carrollton, Texas, from 200-2004. Johnson and his wife, Jennifer, have two daughters Olivia, 9, and Jayla, 2. Coaching philosophy: "I would like to instill in my players to become good citizens in society. I want to not only teach them the skills necessary to be better football players but also instill in them the life skills that they will need to become better persons. If the life skills are met, then I have done my job as a coach." Allen Johnson

Will Richard Offensive Line

Guards/Center

Will Richard begins his career at Blinn coaching the offensive line, joining Keith Browning in those duties. Richard has coaching experience from Trinity Valley Community College where he worked with the running backs and from Tarleton State University where he coached the safeties. He then spent two years at the University of Central Oklahoma coaching the offensive line. He is a graduate of Trinity Valley with an associate in arts degree. He earned his bachelor of science degree from Tarleton State University and his master's degree in education from Central Oklahoma. His family includes his parents, Sara and Glenn Moon and Gary and Cheryl Richard; sisters and brothers, Amy, LeeAnn, Lynn and Keith Richard; and stepbrother, Travis Moon. Coaching philosophy: "Win in life and on the field. Be the best you can be each and every day. Coach your players to be the best they can be."

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Keith Browning Offensive Line

Tackles/Tight Ends

Keith Browning joins Will Richard in coaching the Buccaneers' offensive line. Prior to coming to Blinn, he spent two years (2002-2004) as a graduate a s s i s t a n t coaching the defensive line at Howard Payne University. He holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a minor in marketing management from Howard Payne. The Houston native is single. His family includes his father, Brian Browning; his mother Cheryl Siems; his brother, Chris Browning; and his grandfather, Kenneth Browning. Coaching philosophy: "To help develop young student-athletes in reaching their full potential on and off the field and help put these young student-athletes in a position to be positive contributors to society."

Nick Chavis Running Backs

Nick Chavis joins the ranks of the Buccaneer coaching staff as the field general for the running backs. Currently a student at the University of Houston through distance education, this is his first coaching assignment. Chavis served four and a half years in the Navy, three of which were with Special Forces units, including a tour of duty in Iraq in 2004 with 2nd RECON Battalion. He is a native of Three Rivers, Texas, were he was raised by his grandparents, Lloyd and Virginia Grubbs. Coaching Philosophy: "To instill in these young men, the values of education, discipline, and commitment and to teach them to always strive to be the best at what they do."

Rob Redding Athletic Trainer

Rob Redding is in his fourth year as head athletic trainer at Blinn. He and a staff of student trainers work with the athletic teams on their training and rehabilitation programs. Prior to coming to Blinn he spent two years as head athletic trainer at Navasota High School and prior to that spent two years as head athletic trainer at Victoria High School. From 19971998 he was the head athletic trainer and director of sports medicine for Scott and White Clinic in College Station. The honor graduate of Victoria High School earned his bachelor of science degree in genetics from Texas A&M University in 1996. While at Texas A&M he was a student athletic trainer for both the football and baseball programs. He has begun his master's degree in exercise physiology at the United States Sports Academy. Redding received his state athletic trainer license in 1997 and his national certification in 1998. He is also an American Heart Association instructor.

Thane Read Wide Receivers

Strength & Conditioning

Thane Read is the Bucs' new wide receivers coach and will also serve as the strength and conditioning coach. A graduate of Katy's Taylor High School, he earned his bachelor of science degree in 1999 from Texas Tech University. Read is single. His family includes his father, Randy, and his sister, Meredith. Coaching philosophy: "Strive to be the best athlete and person you can be. Always be on time, always be intense and always give everything you can.

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Will CookLine Defensive

Will Cook begins his coaching career at Blinn as the defensive line coach of the Buccaneers. His past experience includes serving as a student assistant and then as an assistant coach at Texas A&M University - Commerce. He has also coached at Commerce Middle and High schools and at Wilmer-Hutchins High School. Cook has a daughter, Dominique Cook.

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Name Alfonso Jackson Tommy Breaux Jamar Green Courtney Edmond Michael Spears Kevin Ferguson Carl Johnson Chris Webb Joe Danna Brad Guidry Alex Cook Brandt Goeke Chris Cooper Patrick Roberts Ricky Cooper James Johnson Marcus Brigham Jacob Patek Cedric Larnette Walner Leandre Adam Warehime Karlidarius Beechum Jeremy Jackson Darius Roberts Patrick Grant Ken Dunn Deray Williams Larvell Roy Wonseleh Brewer Cedric Johnson Julian Humble Jeremy Werland Chris Davis Emmanuel Stephens Eric Weige Damien Reed George Nobles Cornell Johnson Robert Minor Tony Burson Phillip Bradford Brandon Medelberg Quentin Johnson Larry Brooks Adam Hollingsworth Jake Johnson Ryan Kennedy Kevin Davis Horace Ford Quentin Oliver Anthony Moore Kurt Kutscher David Wofford Philip Beck Garrett Tidwell Larod Roberson Kyle Walker Ryan Mengo Terald Clark Mervin Williams David Wright Ryan Gloston Donald Brown Greg Jones Tavoris Bottley Ike Coleman Desmond Doss Quincy Driver Billy Henly Sean McGlothin Michael Rhines Trey Upson Michael Watson Freddy Williams

Class Fresh R-Fresh R-Fresh Soph Fresh Fresh R-Fresh Fresh Soph Fresh Fresh Soph Soph Fresh Fresh Soph Fresh Soph Soph Fresh R-Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh R-Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Soph Soph R-Fresh Fresh Fresh Soph R-Fresh Fresh R-Fresh Fresh Soph Soph R-Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh R-Fresh R-Fresh Soph Fresh Fresh R-Fresh Soph Soph Soph Fresh Fresh Fresh Soph R-Fresh Fresh Soph R-Fresh Soph Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Soph Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh Fresh

Position FS WR WR SS WR WR WR QB QB QB DE K/WR CB DB FS RB RB LB DB DB LB RB DB DB FB LB WR DB DB LB DL LB TE DE FB LB OL LB DS OL DE OL OL DT OL OL TE OL OL DE OL OL WR WR WR TE TE DT DT DL DT DT DT DE DL DT WR WR LB K/P LB LB CB DB

Height 5-9 6-8 5-7 6-1 5-8 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-6 6-4 6-1 5-8 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-6 6-4 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-7 6-3 5-9 5-10 6-3 6-7 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-5 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-11 5-11

Weight 182 210 160 216 180 205 215 205 210 225 215 166 175 180 180 195 190 210 178 205 190 200 185 195 224 237 175 175 179 230 250 210 235 190 224 240 280 233 233 305 272 301 330 275 280 368 250 300 320 255 280 324 210 180 170 265 212 316 297 290 300 285 315 250 247 293 173 173 205 215 214 213 177 177

Hometown Hearne Randallstown, Md. Chilton La Marque Eagle Lake Houston New Orleans, La. Lake Dallas Houston Rusk St. Petersburg, Fla. Bellville Lexington Ennis Houston Port Arthur Fort Worth Victoria Beaumont Tampa, Fla. Belton Carthage Burton Brenham Brenham Hearne Anahuac Cuero Richardson Yoakum San Antonio Columbus Dallas Houston Maybank Arcola Austin New Orleans, La. La Marque Katy Sugar Land Krum Port Arthur Houston McKinney Tidehaven Lake Jackson Houston Anahuac Greenville, S.C. Elgin San Marcos Pasadena Crosby Boyd Houston La Porte Baytown Houston Ennis Houston Houston Houston Ennis Silsbee Carthage Silsbee Houston Dalhart Wylie Orange Houston Seguin Caldwell

High School Hearne Randallstown Chilton La Marque Rice Consolidated Kempner John Ehret Lake Dallas DeMatha (Silver Spring, Md.) Rusk Osceola Bellville Lexington Ennis Madison Memorial Southwest Memorial Hamshire-Fannett Plant Belton Carthage Burton Brenham Brenham Hearne Anahuac Cuero Richardson Yoakum Judson Columbus Kimball Waltrip Maybank Hightower Hays John Ehret La Marque Katy Dulles Denton Liberty Memorial Jersey Village McKinney Tidehaven Brazoswood North Shore Anahuac J.L. Mann Elgin Navarro Sam Rayborn Crosby Boyd Alief Elsik La Porte Sterling North Shore Ennis Scarborough Westside Waltrip Ennis Silsbee Carthage Silsbee Lamar Dalhart Wylie Little Cypress-Mauriceville George Bush Seguin Caldwell

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Philip BECK - 82

Wide Receiver · 5-9 · 180 · Sophomore DOB: 5-31-86 Crosby Crosby High School Coach: Larry Haynes Honors: first team all state Parents: Alan and Ellen Beck Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: Jerry Rice

Wonseleh BREWER - 36

Defensive Back · 5-10 · 179 · Freshman DOB: 8-7-86 Richardson Richardson High School Parents: Annie Wehyee and Peter Brewer Major: communications Favorite pro team: Pittsburg Steelers Favorite pro athlete: Hines Ward Favorite food: neck bones

Kalidaris BEECHUM - 28

Running Back · 5-10 · 200 · Freshman DOB: 12-3-86 Carthage Carthage High School Parent: Sandra Pipkins Favorite pro team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Favorite pro athlete: Ricky Williams Nickname: Boo

Marcus BRIGHAM - 23

Running Back · 5-10 · 190 · Freshman DOB: 6-9-87 Forth Worth Southwest High School · Coach: Paul Phillips Honors: second team all district Parents: Teddy and Natalie Brigham Favorite pro teams: Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers Favorite pro athlete: Emmit Smith

Tavoris BOTTLEY

Defensive Lineman · 5-10 · 247 · Freshman DOB: 5-30-88 Silsbee Silsbee High School Parents: Tammy Haynes, Hosea Bottley and Marc Haynes Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Michael Jordan

Larry BROOKS - 63

Defensive Tackle · 6-1 · 275 · Freshman DOB: 6-16-85 Houston Jersey Village High School Coach: James Good Parent: Sherry Dunn Favorite pro team: New York Jets Favorite pro athlete: Dunn Brooks Favorite movie: Water Boy

Phillip BRADFORD - 60

Defensive End · 6-2 · 272 · Sophomore DOB: 5-6-84 Sugar Land Dulles High School Coach: Jim Creech Honors: all district Parents: Jerome and Carolyn Bradford Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Michael Jordan

Donald BROWN - 98

Defensive Tackle · 6-2 · 315 · Sophomore DOB: 11-8-84 Houston Waltrip High School Coach: Anthony Zuccarini Parents: Bridgett Jones Major: criminal justice Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: Warren Sapp

Tommy BREAUX - 3

Wide Receiver · 6-8 · 210 · R-Freshman DOB: 6-18-84 Randallstown, Md. Randallstown High School Coach: Anthony Knox Honors: all metro, team MVP Parents: Gwen Breaux and Tommy Breaux Jr. Favorite pro team: New Orleans Saints Favorite pro athlete: Randy Moss 7

Tony BURSON - 56

Offensive Lineman · 6-3 · 305 · Sophomore DOB: 3-27-84 Katy Katy High School Coach: Mike Johnston Parents: Joe and Jan Burson Major: mechanical engineering Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: Steven McKinney

Terald CLARK - 92

Defensive Tackle · 5-11 · 297 · R-Freshman DOB: 12-27-85 Houston North Shore High School · Coach: David Aymond Honors: first team all-Greater Houston, two-time all district Parents: Jeraldine and Terald Clark Sr. Favorite pro team: Atlanta Falcons Favorite pro athlete: Tommie Harris

Joe DANNA - 11

Quarterback · 6-4 · 210 · Sophomore DOB: 1-30-86 Houston DeMatha High School, Silver Springs, Md. Coach: Bill McGregor Parents: Marion and Betti Danna Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Tom Brady

Ike COLEMAN

Defensive Tackle · 6-1 · 293 · Freshman DOB: 9-30-86 Carthage Carthage High School Coach: Remy Mitchell Honors: two times all district Parent: Elizabeth Coleman Favorite pro team: Philadelphia Eagles Favorite pro athlete: Shaquille O'Neal

Chris DAVIS - 43

Tight End · 6-3 · 235 · Freshman DOB: 10-7-86 Dallas Kimball High Schoo Coach: Darrell Jordan Honors: receiver of the year Parent: Lora Lacy-Mabayoje Favorite pro team: Dallas Mavericks Favorite pro athlete: Michael Jordan

Alex COOK - 13

Defensive End · 6-4 · 215 · Freshman DOB: 4-1-87 St. Petersburg, Fla. Osceola High School Coach: George Palmer Honors: all state, all Sun Coast Parents: Alex Cook Sr. and Monique Peno Favorite pro team: Miami Dolphins Favorite pro athlete: Dan Marino

Kevin DAVIS - 74

Offensive Lineman · 6-4 · 300 · Sophomore DOB: 10-22-8 Houston North Shore High School Coach: David Aymond Honors: all district two years Parents: Glen Davis and Susan Davis Favorite pro team: Houston Oilers Favorite pro athlete: Lance Armstrong

Chris COOPER - 15

Cornerback · 5-8 · 175 · Sophomore DOB: 7-6-84 Lexington Lexington High School Coach: Jason Holcomb Parents: Yolanda and Donald Cooper Major: business/kinesiology Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Michael Jordan

Desmond DOSS

Wide Receiver · 6-0 · 180 · Freshman DOB: 9-5-86 Hometown: Silsbee High School: Silsbee Parent: Theda Doss Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: Michael Vick Favorite food: Lasagna

Ricky COOPER - 20

Free Safety · 5-11 · 180 · Freshman DOB: 10-25-85 Houston Madison High School Coach: Ray Seal Honors: offensive MVP Parent: Tonya Coooper Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: Michael Vick 8

Quincy DRIVER

Wide Receiver · 6-1 · 173 · Freshman DOB: 4-18-87 Houston Lamar High School Coach: Tom Nolen Parent: Rosie Driver Major: criminal justice Favorite pro team: Green Bay Packers Favorite pro athlete: Donald Driver

Ken DUNN - 33

Linebacker · 5-10 · 237 · R-Freshman DOB: 8-14-86 Hearne Hearne High School Coach: Craig Slaughter Parents: Wanda and Donnie Dunn Major: kinesiology Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite food: pork chops

Brandt GOEKE - 14

Kicker/Wide Receiver 6-1 · 166 · Sophomore DOB: 4-15-86 Bellville Bellville High School Coach: Huey Chancellor Honors: first team all district, first team all state Parents: Charlie and Vickie Goeke Favorite pro team: Houston Astros Favorite pro athlete: Brandon Stokely

Courtney EDMOND - 6

Stronge Safety · 6-1 · 216 · Sophomore DOB: 9-24-84 La Marque La Marque High School Coach: Bryan Erwin Parents: Gayla Davis and Gary Edmond Major: kinesiology Favorite pro team: San Francisco 49ers Favorite pro athlete: Deion Sanders

Patrick GRANT - 32

Fullback · 6-0 · 224 · Freshman DOB: 6-26-86 Brenham Brenham High School Coach: Glen West Parents: Patrick Davis and Laura Grant Favorite pro team: Philadelphia Eagles Favorite pro athlete: Ricky Williams Favorite food: pizza

Kevin FERGUSON - 8

Wide Receiver · 6-2 · 205 · Freshman DOB: 3-9-87 Houston Kempner High School Coach: Mike Ferrell Parent: Barbara Ferguson Favorite pro teams: Houston Texans, Green Bay Packers Favorite pro athlete: Robert Ferguson

Jamar GREEN - 4

Wide Receiver · 5-7 · 160 · R-Freshman DOB: 9-9-85 Chilton Chilton High School Coach: Lucky Gamble Parent: Shirlin Green Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Deion Sanders Nickname: Weegie

Horace FORD - 75

Offensive Line · 6-3 · 320 · Freshman DOB: 6-12-86 Anahuac Anahuac High School Coach: Gary Martel Honors: first team all district Parents: Martha and Arthur Ford Favorite pro team: Atlanta Falcons Favorite pro athlete: Michael Vick

Brad GUIDRY - 12

Quarterback · 6-6 · 225 · Freshman DOB: 8-28-86 Rusk Rusk High School Coach: Wayne Mahaffey Honors: first team all district Parents: Thomas and Kathy Guidry Favorite pro team: Houston Oilers Favorite pro athlete: Nolan Ryan

Ryan GLOSTON - 95

Defensive Tackle · 6-3 · 285 · R-Freshman DOB: 11-7-85 Houston Westside High School Coach: Bill Wilson Honors: district defensive lineman of the year Parent: Sheila Gloston Favorite pro team: Philadelphia Eagles Favorite pro athlete: Michael Jordan 9

Billy HENLY

Linebacker · 6-0 · 205 · Sophomore DOB: 5-17-85 Dalhart Dalhart High School Coach: Bill Henly Honors: first team all state Parents: Bill and Lisa Henly Favorite pro team: Green Bay Packers Favorite pro athlete: Zach Thomas

Adam HOLLINGSWORTH - 64

Offensive Line · 6-0 · 280 · Freshman DOB: 8-28-86 McKinney McKinney High School Coach: Todd McVey Honors: first team all district, second team all state Parents: Kenneth and Yuncha Hollingsworth Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Emmit Smith

Cedric JOHNSON - 39

Linebacker · 6-1 · 230 · Sophomore DOB: 6-14-85 Yoakum Yoakum High School · Coach: Jesse Crow Parents: Earnestine and Will Johnson Major: kinesiology Favorite pro teams: San Antonio Spurs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New York Yankees Favorite pro athlete: Carmelo Anthony

Julian HUMBLE - 41

Defensive Line · 6-4 · 250 · Sophomore DOB: 12-12-83 San Antonio Judson High School Coach: Jim Rackely Honors: all-state Parent: Lenise Humble Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite movies: Malcolm X and Braveheart

Cornell Johnson - 53

Linebacker · 6-1 · 233 · R-Freshman DOB: 9-22-80 New Orleans Ehret High School Coach: Billy North Parents: Carey and Cheryl Johnson Major: criminal justice Favorite pro team: New Orleans Saints Favorite pro athlete: Deion Sanders

Alfonso JACKSON - 1

Free Safety · 5-9 · 182 · Freshman DOB: 7-4-86 Hearne Hearne High School Coach: Craig Slaughter Honors: all district Parents: Lupe and Eleanor Gonzales Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Mike Brown

Jake JOHNSON - 69

Offensive Lineman · 6-6 · 368 · R-Freshman DOB: 2-21-86 Blessing Tide Haven High School Coach: Ted Maple Honors: two times all district Parents: Stuart and Cindy Johnson Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Yao Ming

Jeremy JACKSON - 29

Defensive Back · 6-0 · 185 · Freshman DOB: 10-16-85 Burton Burton High School Coach: Chuck Wilson Honors: all district Parents: Janet Jackson and Willie Jackson Favorite pro team: New England Patriots Favorite pro athlete: Randy Moss

James JOHNSON - 21

Running Back · 5-11 · 195 · Sophomore DOB: 9-6-84 Port Arthur Memorial High School Coach: Dean Colbert Parent: Carrie Bowie Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: LaDamian Tomlinson Favorite food: pizza

Carl JOHNSON - 9

Wide Receiver · 6-2 · 215 · R-Freshman DOB: 7-20-84 New Orleans Ehret High School · Coach: Billy North Parents: Carey and Cheryl Johnson Major: criminal justice Favorite pro teams: Detroit Lions, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts Favorite pro athlete: Terrell Owens 10

Quintin JOHNSON - 62

Offensive Lineman · 6-3 · 330 · Freshman DOB: 9-10-86 Port Arthur Memorial High School Coach: Dean Colbert Honors: all district Parents: Clarence Johnson and Charlotte Newman Favorite pro team: Baltimore Ravens Favorite pro athlete: Warren Sapp

Greg JONES - 99

Defensive End · 6-5 · 250 · Freshman DOB: 12-5-85 Ennis Ennis High School Coach: Sam Harrell Honors: all state Parents: Bruce and Julie Jones Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Jevon Kearse

Sean McGLOTHIN

Kicker/Punter · 6-1 · 215 · Freshman DOB: 4-20-83 Wylie Wylie High School Coach: Mark Ball Parents: Tim and Sue McGlothin

Ryan KENNEDY - 72

Tight End · 6-4 · 250 · R-Freshman DOB: 10-28-85 Lake Jackson Brazoswood High School Coach: Dean DeAthley Honors: all district Parents: Janis Kennedy and Kyle Kennedy Favorite pro team: Houston Astros Favorite food: hamburgers

Brandon MEDELBERG - 61

Offensive Lineman · 6-3 · 301 · R-Freshman DOB: 6-19-85 Krum Denton Liberty High School Coach: Mark Bowles Honors: first team all state Parents: Tom and Hillary Medelberg Favorite pro team: Chicago Cubs Favorite pro athlete: Emmit Smith

Kurt KUTSCHER - 79

Offensive Lineman · 6-7 · 324 · Sophomore DOB: 3-12-86 San Marcos Navarro High School Coach: Lin Havron Honors: first team all district on offense and defense Parents: Warren and Jenny Kutscher Major: wildlife management Favorite pro team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Ryan MENGO - 90

Defensive Tackle · 6-3 · 316 · Sophomore DOB: 10-6-85 Baytown Sterling High School Coach: Orlandor Joseph Honors: two-time all-district Parents: Thomas and Connie Mengo Favorite pro team: Philadelphia Eagles Favorite pro athlete: Jerome Kearse

Cedric LARNETTE - 25

Defensive Back · 5-10 · 178 · Sophomore DOB: 9-5-84 Beaumont Hamshire-Fannett High School Coach: Paul Walker Parent: Rita Larnette Major: kinesiology Favorite pro team: Philadelphia Eagles Favorite pro athlete: LeBron James

Robert MINOR - 54

Defensive Safety · 6-2 · 233 · Freshman DOB: 11-9-84 LaMarque LaMarque High School Coaches: Brian Erwin Parents: Robert and Tracy Minor Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: David Carr Favorite food: baked chicken

Walner LEANDRE - 26

Defensive Back · 6-2 · 205 · Freshman DOB: 12-10-86 Tampa, Fla. Plant High School Coach: Robert Weiner Parent: FanFan Leandre Favorite pro team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Favorite pro athlete: Derrick Brooks 11

Anthony MOORE - 78

Offensive Lineman · 6-2 · 280 · R-Freshman DOB: 8-21-85 Elgin Elgin High School Coach: Ricky Lock Parents: Anthony Moore and Velma Keller Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Terrell Owens Favorite movie: Bad Boys II

George NOBLES - 52

Offensive Lineman · 6-1 · 280 · Freshman DOB: 9-12-83 Austin Hays High School Coach: Bob Shelton Parents: Christine Maristela and George Nobles Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Ray Lewis Favorite food: everything

Larod ROBERSON - 88

Tight End · 6-3 · 265 · Freshman DOB: 7-25-86 Houston Alief Elsik High School Coach: Kurt Woffer Parent: Mary Roberson Major: kinesiology Favorite pro team: Green Bay Packers Favorite food: pizza

Quentin OLIVER - 76

Defensive End · 5-11 · 255 · Freshman DOB: 2-9-84 Greenville, S.C. J.L. Mann High School Honors: all conference two seasons, pre-season all state Parent: Ava Oliver Favorite pro team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Favorite pro athlete: Warren Sapp

Darius ROBERTS - 31

Defensive Back · 6-0 · 195 · Freshman DOB: 12-03-82 Brenham Brenham High School Coach: Glen West Parents: Marsha Roberts and Richard Ray Major: kinesiology Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: George Teague

Jacob PATEK - 24

Linebacker · 6-1 · 210 · Sophomore DOB: 6-11-85 Victoria Memorial High School Coach: Wayne Condra Honors: all district Parents: Gary and Gay Patek Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Bill Bates

Patrick ROBERTS - 16

Defensive Back · 5-9 · 180 · Freshman DOB: 10-8-86 Ennis Ennis High School Coach: Sam Harrell Parent: Carrie Roberts Major: kinesiology Favorite pro team: Baltimore Ravens Favorite pro athlete: Ray Lewis

Damien REED - 51

Linebacker · 6-1 · 240 · R-Freshman DOB: 10-11-85 Arcola Forth Bend Hightower High School Coach: Kevin O'Keefe Parents: Orban Reed and Joann Reed Favorite pro team: St. Louis Rams Favorite pro athlete: Barry Sanders

Larvell ROY - 35

Defensive Back · 5-11 · 175 · Freshman DOB: 7-6-87 Cuero Cuero High School Coach: Mark Reeves Honors: first team all state Parents: Rodney and Andrea Strait Favorite pro athlete: Marcus Coleman Favorite actor: Wesley Snipes

Michael RHINES

Linebacker · 6-2 · 214 · Freshman DOB: 4-16-87 Orange Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School Coach: David Williams Parents: Michael and Jeanne Rhines Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: LeBron James

Michael SPEARS - 7

Wide Receiver · 5-8 · 180 · R-Freshman DOB: 1-11-86 Eagle Lake Rice Consolidated High School Coach: Brad Dumont Parent: Edna Spears Favorite pro athlete: Randy Moss Favorite actor: Jamie Foxx

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Emmanuel STEPHENS - 44

Defensive End · 6-2 · 190 · Freshman DOB: 2-17-87 Houston Waltrip High School Coach: Anthony Zuccarini Parent: Morella Stephens Favorite pro team: St. Louis Rams Favorite pro athlete: Ray Lewis Favorite food: pizza

Michael WATSON

Cornerback · 5-11 · 177 · Freshman DOB: 10-29-86 Seguin Seguin High School Coach: Jim Carson Honors: all-district, all-county Parents: Billy and Barbara Watson Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Michael Vick

Garrett TIDWELL - 85

Wide Receiver · 5-10 · 170 · Freshman DOB: Boyd Boyd High School Coach: J.G. Cartwright Parents: Sheryl and Rogers Tidwell Favorite pro team: Atlanta Falcons Favorite pro athlete: Michael Vick Favorite food: Mexican food

Chris WEBB - 10

Quarterback · 6-2 · 205 · Freshman DOB: 7-22-86 Lake Dallas Lake Dallas High School Coach: Randall Patzkowski Honors: all district, academic all state Parents: Michael and Beverly Webb Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: Dan Marino

Trey UPSON

Linebacker · 6-1 · 213 · Freshman DOB: 12-21-85 Houston George Bush High School Coach: Scott Moehling Honors: second team all district Parents: Melvin and Debbie Upson Favorite pro team: Denver Broncos Favorite athlete: Ray Lewis

Eric WEIGE - 45

Fullback · 6-1 · 224 · Sophomore DOB: 12-17-79 Mabank Mabank High School Coach: Kenneth Henderson Parent: Helen Maddox Favorite pro team: New England Patriots Favorite pro athlete: Tom Brady

Kyle WALKER - 89

Tight End · 6-7 · 212 · Freshman DOB: 11-22-86 La Porte La Porte High School Coach: T.J. Mills Parent: John Walker Major: business Favorite pro team: Houston Texans Favorite pro athlete: Terrell Owens

Jeremy WERLAND - 42

Linebacker · 6-1 · 210 · R-Freshman DOB: 7-15-86 Columbus Columbus High School Coach: Monte Althaus Honors: first team all-district Parents: Larry and Judy Werland Favorite pro team: Baltimore Ravens Favorite pro athlete: Ray Lewis

Adam WAREHIME - 27

Linebacker · 6-1 · 190 · R-Freshman DOB: 5-21-86 Belton Belton High School Coach: Roy Warrick Honors: twice all-state, three times all-district Parents: David and Cindy Warehime Favorite pro team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite pro athlete: Zack Thomas 13

Deray WILLIAMS - 34

Wide Receiver · 6-0 · 175 · Freshman DOB: 3-5-87 Anahuac Anahuac High School Coach: Gary Martel Honors: first team all-district Parents: Shanell James and James Williams Favorite pro team: Philadelphia Eagles Favorite pro athlete: Lebron James

Freddy WILLIAMS

Defensive Back · 5-11 · 177 · Freshman DOB: 9-11-86 Caldwell Caldwell High School Coach: Rick Cobia Honors: all-district Parent: Tamantha Miles Favorite pro team: Atlanta Falcons Favorite pro athlete: Michael Vick

Trainers and Managers

Mervin WILLIAMS - 93

Defensive Lineman · 5-11 · 290 · Freshman DOB: 10-10-86 Ennis Ennis High School Coach: Sam Harrell Honors: second team all-district Parents: Avis Hilton and Mervin Williams Favorite pro team: Denver Broncos Favorite pro athlete: Warren Sapp

Victoria Cassel Houston Sophomore

Kley Culberson Victoria Sophomore

Matthew Eierdam Texas City Sophomore

David WOFFORD - 81

Wide Receiver · 6-3 · 210 · Sophomore DOB: 12-30-84 Pasadena Sam Rayburn High School Coach: Denny Swenson Honors: three times all-district Parents: Glenn and Gail Wofford Favorite pro team: Oakland Raiders Favorite pro athlete: Randy Moss

Clint Leavell Iola Freshman

Brian Mauck McKinney Sophomore

Randall Morris Cedar Park Sophomore

David WRIGHT - 94

Defensive Tackle · 6-3 · 300 · Sophomore DOB: 1-22-84 Houston Scarborough High School Coach: Devin Heasely Parents: Linda Wright and Tommy Wright Major: criminal justice Favorite pro team: Baltimore Ravens Favorite pro athlete: Warren Sapp

Laura Reavis Victoria Sophomore

Brittany Shook Corpus Christi Sophomore

Cody Zaharis Katy Sophomore

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Year-by-year results

Record: 0-8-1 Lost to Tyler Lost to Wharton Lost to Kilgore Lost to Cisco Lost to Texarkana Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Navarro Lost to Lamar JV Tied Ranger Record: 4-3-1 Lost to Tyler Tied Wharton Defeated Kilgore Defeated Cisco Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Navarro Defeated TLC JV Defeated Ranger Record: 3-6 Lost to Wharton Defeated UTA JV Lost to Tyler Defeated Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Lost to Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Wharton Record: 4-4-1 Defeated Wharton Defeated UTA JV Defeated Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Tied Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Wharton Record: 6-3 Lost to Wharton Defeated UTA JV Lost to Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Defeated Wharton Record: 7-2 Lost to Wharton Defeated UTA JV Lost to Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Defeated Kilgore Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Defeated Wharton Record: 5-4-1 Tied SWT JV Defeated Wharton Defeated SFA JV Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Defeated Wharton Record: 4-5 Defeated SWT JV Lost to Wharton Defeated SHSU JV Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Ranger Lost to Wharton

This is a breakdown of every Blinn game since 1964. Over the course of the last 37 years, the Bucs have amassed an overall record of 207-176-12.

1964

Record: 10-0 Bowl: Wool Bowl Defeated SWT JV Defeated Wharton Defeated Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Defeated Kilgore Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Defeated Wharton Defeated Mesabi (Minn.) Record: 6-4 Defeated SWT JV Defeated Wharton Defeated TLC JV Defeated Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Wharton Record: 4-3-2 Tied SWT JV Defeated Wharton Lost to Tyler Tied Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Wharton Record: 7-4 Defeated Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Defeated Tyler Defeated Kilgore Defeated Wharton Lost to Tyler Defeated Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Ranger Defeated Wharton Record: 7-3 Defeated Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Defeated Tyler Lost to Kilgore Lost to Wharton Defeated Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Defeated Kilgore Defeated Wharton Record: 5-4-1 Lost to Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Tyler Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Tied Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Record: 4-6 Lost to Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Tyler Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton

1972

0-14 0-21 7-13 13-14 8-31 14-17 19-34 12-30 0-0 0-12 0-0 17-14 28-0 6-34 12-14 35-0 29-13 7-20 16-6 8-35 35-16 12-21 7-31 7-29 27-6 25-27 7-0 19-0 27-20 8-23 6-25 7-23 22-22 27-12 0-7 14-17 53-22 7-20 22-6 28-14 22-53 42-12 43-6 48-7 9-14 12-7 6-35 23-0 20-7 12-6 21-7 33-13 14-0 13-13 8-7 21-0 13-21 13-14 7-14 6-27 14-7 19-11 30-19 28-16 13-17 16-7 12-24 10-12 35-34 3-14 41-0 6-25

1965

22-0 23-7 36-14 10-9 13-12 20-14 20-14 35-0 9-7 38-21 6-0 6-3 28-0 14-0 13-16 3-6 8-10 26-7 40-0 13-17 0-0 24-6 0-17 7-7 19-0 0-17 21-3 20-0 6-7 27-0 10-13 14-6 20-19 16-0 6-21 19-0 0-8 14-26 41-0 38-0 7-0 7-6 19-13 7-19 3-16 13-7 6-14 20-14 21-15 20-10 19-22 36-20 13-23 20-22 26-7 21-21 26-15 23-7 26-29 23-13 6-10 31-6 7-10 3-23 10-0 10-24 3-7 41-7 27-39 10-7

Record: 6-4 Defeated Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Tyler Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Defeated Kilgore Defeated Wharton Record: 6-4 Lost to Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Defeated Tyler Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Lost to Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Record: 2-8 Defeated Rice JV Lost to Lamar JV Lost to Tyler Lost to Kilgore Lost to Wharton Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Record: 5-5 Defeated Texas A&M JV Defeated Lamar JV Defeated Tyler Defeated Kilgore Defeated Wharton Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Lost to Wharton Record: 4-6 Defeated Texas A&M JV Defeated Lamar JV Lost to Tyler Lost to Kilgore Lost to Wharton Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Henderson Co. Defeated Kilgore Defeated Wharton Record: 4-5-1 Defeated Lamar JV Defeated Henderson Co. Defeated Lamar JV Lost to Tyler Lost to Kilgore Lost to Wharton Lost to Henderson Co. Tied Tyler Lost to Kilgore Defeated Wharton Record: 1-7-1 Lost to Tyler Defeated Henderson Co. Lost to Kilgore Lost to Tyler Lost to Henderson Co. Lost to Navarro Lost to Kilgore Lost to Ranger Tied Cisco

1979

7-0 24-7 7-10 21-27 20-10 14-18 6-15 14-7 9-7 21-0 0-10 20-12 10-3 10-14 27-0 0-17 23-0 17-6 10-14 35-28 42-7 24-31 3-7 6-13 0-27 9-10 21-35 18-22 7-31 20-13 29-3 22-12 13-12 13-3 16-14 10-31 6-20 14-24 7-9 13-45 28-9 19-0 22-24 28-42 0-27 14-28 21-34 7-35 30-21 26-14 33-7 26-24 31-15 19-35 14-23 3-7 7-24 7-7 26-29 41-12 10-20 14-13 7-28 14-26 23-24 0-29 19-35 10-21 10-10

Record: 4-6 Lost to Tyler Lost to Cisco Defeated Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Lost to Tyler Defeated Trinity Valley Lost to Navarro Lost to Kilgore Defeated Ranger Defeated Cisco Record: 9-2 Bowl: Texas Juco Shrine Bowl Defeated Tyler Lost to Cisco Defeated Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Defeated Tyler Defeated Trinity Valley Defeated Navarro Defeated Kilgore Defeated Ranger Lost to Cisco Defeated Butler (Kan.) Record: 3-6-1 Lost to Tyler Lost to Cisco Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Lost to Tyler Tied Trinity Valley Lost to Navarro Defeated Kilgore Defeated Ranger Defeated Cisco Record: 2-8 Lost to Tyler Lost to Cisco Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Lost to Tyler Defeated Trinity Valley Lost to Navarro Defeated Kilgore Lost to Ranger Lost to Cisco Record: 1-8-1 Lost to Tyler Lost to Cisco Lost to Trinity Valley Tied Tyler Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Navarro Lost to Kilgore Defeated Ranger Lost to Cisco Record: 2-8 Defeated Tyler Lost to Cisco Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Cisco Lost to Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Record: 3-7 Lost to Tyler Lost to Cisco Lost to Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Lost to Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore

1986

0-14 16-27 22-8 6-16 24-31 14-0 25-26 7-10 20-13 15-13

Record: 6-3-1 Defeated Tyler Defeated Cisco Lost to Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Tied Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Record: 9-2 Bowl: Mineral Water Bowl Defeated Tyler Defeated Ranger Defeated Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Lost to Hinds (Miss.)

1993

1999

23-16 31-21 17-20 17-16 14-35 10-17 41-18 16-12 17-17 30-6

1973

1980

1987

1994

Record: 8-3 Bowl: Mineral Water Bowl Defeated Howard Payne JV Defeated Middle Georgia Defeated Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Defeated NE Oklahoma Lost to Navarro Defeated Fort Scott CC Record: 4-6 Defeated Trinity Valley Lost to Tyler Lost to Kilgore Defeated Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Lost to NE Oklahoma Record: 4-5 Defeated Cisco Lost to Georgia Military Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Defeated Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Lost to NE Oklahoma Record: 4-5 Lost to Georgia Military Defeated Cisco Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Defeated NE Oklahoma Record: 7-3 Defeated Texas Lutheran Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Defeated Kilgore Lost to Tyler Defeated Trinity Valley Lost to NE Oklahoma Defeated Cisco Defeated Navarro Lost to NE Oklahoma Record: 9-2 Defeated Central Okla JV Defeated Abilene Christian JV Defeated Ranger Lost to Kilgore Defeated Tyler Defeated Trinity Valley Defeated NE Oklahoma Defeated Cisco Defeated Navarro Lost to Tyler Defeated Jones County CC

34-0 37-7 32-6 17-14 20-13 18-7 13-17 10-0 42-34 47-54 35-14 25-21 13-17 17-22 21-16 30-35 16-7 38-6 21-24 OT 2-7 35-42

1966

1974

1981

17-12 10-17 6-3 14-6 23-0 17-13 20-19 7-0 37-7 17-31 35-14 7-17 24-26 7-13 3-6 16-26 24-24 3-10 21-7 23-10 16-15 14-21 7-25 17-30 6-21 6-16 56-26 0-36 27-25 9-28 25-38 9-23 21-32 13-27 15-15 9-31 3-42 7-35 35-21 25-36 17-14 13-28 12-54 0-24 7-34 21-38 30-39 14-21 6-38 35-19 20-38 6-14 17-32 24-16 0-54 3-24 15-41 23-12 19-36 14-48

28-14 31-15 42-24 42-7 41-10 41-19 45-26 59-30 23-27 13-9 15-17

2000

1988

1967

1975

1982

1989

Record: 12-0 (National Champions) Bowl: Texas Junior College Shrine Bowl Defeated Hardin Simmons JV 21-7 Defeated Cisco 56-10 Defeated Tyler 37-10 Defeated Navarro 28-16 Defeated Cisco 35-11 Defeated Ranger 40-6 Defeated Trinity Valley 24-10 Defeated Kilgore 45-14 Defeated NE Oklahoma 24-17 Defeated Trinity Valley 37-7 Defeated Cisco 51-19 Defeated Hinds (Miss.) 21-14 Record: 12-0 (National Champions) Bowl: Mineral Water Bowl Defeated Howard Payne JV 28-0 Defeated Cisco 66-7 Defeated Tyler 37-13 Defeated Navarro 21-6 Defeated Cisco 52-7 Defeated Ranger 50-15 Defeated Trinity Valley 41-6 Defeated Kilgore 24-8 Defeated NE Oklahoma 14-7 Defeated Trinity Valley 21-0 Defeated Navarro 43-0 Defeated Coffeyville (Kan.) 42-14 Record: 8-2 Defeated Howard Payne JV Defeated Cisco Lost to Tyler Defeated Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Defeated Kilgore Defeated NE Oklahoma Defeated Cisco Record: 5-4 Defeated Howard Payne JV Lost to Middle Georgia Lost to Tyler Lost to Navarro Defeated Cisco Defeated Ranger Lost to Trinity Valley Lost to Kilgore Lost to NE Oklahoma

1995

2001

9-6 7-23 13-34 7-33 24-6 45-27 35-7 7-24 16-48

2002

1996

1968

1976

1983

9-29 37-6 19-43 21-31 17-14 28-7 14-45 7-27 24-23 77-0 66-22 69-7 38-21 51-56 57-22 20-34 51-19 47-27 14-33 28-0 62-0 60-0 22-21 41-14 49-27 33-14 55-14 63-17 34-20 18-14

1990

2003

1969

1997

1977

1984

1991

1970

26-0 30-28 22-48 5-0 20-17 31-21 24-34 35-6 7-0 44-8 30-21 8-35 14-30 27-28 21-6 20-19 0-52 10-16 14-48

2004

1998

1978

1985

1992

1971

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Kevin Austin Jeremy Brantley Kris Chandler Bobby Chase Keith Cranley Justin Eleby Kurt Falke Rod Holiday Lester Johnson Dane King Lance Lane Dennis Lee Andy Linder Andrew Marr Marcus McNeil Joe Neumann Jenson Owens Derrick Ross Marvin Shepherd Leander Singleton Blake Steadman Andrey Vanduren Zack Veasey J.D. Williams Marcus Brown John Cook Patrick Ellison Billy Foster Lance Gardner Treo Gibson Michael Glover Brandon Green Kenny Hare Clifford Jingles Chris McNeese Shane O'Neal Allen Pollard Rashad Turner Ross Watson Troy White Austin Willis

Angelo State Central Oklahoma Josh Ashton RB Boston Patriots Angelo State John David Baker '96 P Indianapolis Colts Southern Methodist Univ. St. Louis Rams Angelo State Angelo State Houston Texans Syracuse Steve Beaird '72 RB Winnipeg Blue Langston Bombers Tarleton State Michael Bishop '96 QB New England Baylor Patriots Texas Southern Frankfort Galaxy Angelo State Tarleton State Toronto Argonauts Texas A&M ­ Kingsville Lyle Blackwood '70 DB Baltimore Colts Angelo State Miami Dolphins Syracuse Scott Boucher '79 OG Houston Gamblers Central Oklahoma Chris Brazzell '95 WR New York Jets Tarleton State Central Oklahoma Dallas Cowboys Central Oklahoma Eric Brown '95 OLB Denver Broncos Texas A&M Houston Texans Langston Mike Brown '95 TE Chicago Bears Central Oklahoma Eddie Cox '71 OT Kansas City Chiefs Angelo State Jason Davis '95 P Green Bay Packers Abilene Christian Texas A&M - Kingsville Larry Davis '97 WR San Francisco Abilene Christian 49ers East Central Oklahoma Houston Texans Midwestern State Shockmain Davis '97 WR New England West Texas A&M Patriots East Central Oklahoma Texas A&M - Kingsville Tim Denton '93 DB Atlanta Falcons Texas A&M - Commerce Nick Gatto '98 K Orlando Predators Abilene Christian Michael Green '97 RB Tennessee Titans Midwestern State Barcelona Dragons Henderson State Roderick Green '01 DE Baltimore Ravens Henderson State Raymond Hickle DE Detroit Lions Henderson State Henderson State Floyd Hogan '72 DB Cleveland Browns Arkansas State Tampa Bay Louisiana Tech Buccaneers Houston Oilers Michael James '97 DB Hamilton Tigercats NJCAA Football Hall of Fame Craig Koontz '96 DE Montreal Alouettes Lyle Blackwood 1995 Johnny Mata '65 LB San Antonio Torros Steve Beaird, James Wright 1996 Darnell Meyers '73 DB San Diego Chargers Eddie Cox, Shane Nelson 1997 Floyd Hogan, Darnell Meyers 1998 British Columbia Floyd Randle, Dr. Richard Garza 2001 Lions Dr. Richard Garza 2001 Shon Mitchell '94 RB San Francisco Teams 49ers 1972 Buccaneers 2002 Quincy Morgan '97 WR Cleveland Browns Coaches Leroy Dreyer 1997 Shane Nelson '74 LB Buffalo Bills Ben Boehnke 1998 Roland Reichardt P Baltimore Colts Contributors Marcus Stanton '95 DB Washington James H. Atkinson 1996 Redskins Walter C. Schwartz 2001 Olan Thompson RB Pittsburgh Steelers Don Wilhelm 2003 Derrick Walker '98 OLB Philadelphia Eagles Academic All-Americans Donnie Williams RB Houston Gamblers Kris Krause 1989 Brenham Columbus Wooley '99 LB Hamilton Tigercats Sean Murphy 1993 LaPorte James Wright '75 TE Atlanta Falcons Ace Robertson 1995 Katy Frank Firestone 1996 Brenham Denver Broncos Andrew Marr 2003 Grapevine Vernon Banks Coach Denver Broncos

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW

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BUCS WHO MADE IT TO THE PROS

Leroy Dreyer '49 Wayne Riley '61 David Hajovsky '62 Thomas Murski '62 Wayne Baker '62 Jerry Faigle '63 Johnny Mata '65 Richard Garza '65,'66 Lotice Cole '67 Robert Young '68 Raymond Mack '69 Jerry Marshall '70 Eddie Cox '71 Steve Beaird '72 Darnell Meyers '73 Floyd Randle '76 Rick Gann '78 Joey Hancock '79 Renie Baker '79 Doug Malcomb '80 Eric Muse '87 Anthony Thomas '88 Eric Brown '94 Shawn Denzer '94 Leroy DeWitt '94 Shon Mitchell '94 Kenneth Bouie '95 Jason Davis '95 Adren Dudley '95 Ace Robertson '95 Terrell Sutton '95 Lamont Barrett '96 Hanson Caston '96 Brandon Harrison '96 Craig Koontz '96 T.J. Light '97 Lynn Hadnot '97 Nick Gatto '98 C.J. Johnson '99 Courtney Lee '99 Corey Mathis '99 Juan Prishker '99 Columbus Wooley '99 Paul Broussard '00 Rick Gerla '00 Alfio Randall '00 Shane Sebesta '00 Eddie Brown '01 Sims Kemp '02 Lance Lane '02 Dane King '03 Lance Lane '03 Derrick Ross '03 Rashod Turner '03 John Cook '04 James Johnson '04

BUC ALL-AMERICANS

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Football Locker Room

The Buccaneers' locker room in the field house at Spencer Stadium was remodeled prior to the 2005 season to include Division I style lockers in an expanded area. New carpeting and lighting, along with an upgraded shower area were also added.

Dining Hall

The college dining hall in the campus student center serves well-balanced meals three times daily Monday through Friday, twice on Saturday and once on Sunday. In addition, the director of food services works hard to maintain a training table atmosphere and provide pre-game meals for all athletic teams.

Weight Room

Blinn has a top quality weight room that opened in 1992. The modern 4,000-square-foot, air conditioned weight room, has more than 12,500 pounds of free weight available to all Blinn athletic teams for their weight training programs. The facility is also used for kinesiology classes and is made available to all Blinn students and employees.

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