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Wilson, a senior from Matteson, Ill., is the nation’s leading tackler at 12.6 stops per game and was the conference’s top hitter nearly every week as he recorded 17 or more hits in a game on four occasions this year. He posted NCAA single-game highs for the season with 16 solo stops and 22.0 total tackles against Saint Joseph’s on Sept. 22, one week after setting his previous GLVC-record of 17.0 hits against Urbana on Sept. 15. In the 23-21 victory over William Jewell on Sept. 29, Wilson was “held” to 8.0 tackles, although he recorded three sacks in the victory, the second-highest total in the league this year. This past month, Wilson delivered 19.0 tackles against Missouri S&T on Oct. 6 and 17.0 stops versus Quincy on Oct. 27. With one regular-season game remaining on the schedule, a Nov. 17 matchup with Kentucky State, Wilson owns conference highs in solo (68), assisted (58) and total tackles (126).
#99 B.J. Larsen
Utah State, DE
Larsen has wrapped up collegiate career and is now pursing a career on the NFL.
of size and smarts will attack attention for NFL Scouting departments.
HONORS: All-Mountain W
est Second-Team (2013); College Sports Madness Second-Team All-Mountain West (2013); Phil Steele Second-Team All-Mountain West (2013); College F
2014 (Senior): Started all 13 games and led the team with 118 tackles (60 solo), including 6.5 tackles for a loss, as well as five pass breakups, two quarterback hurries and one forced fumble... earned second-team All-Mountain West recognition by a vote of conference coaches and media... named season captain along with Garrett Grayson, Max Morgan, Trent Matthews and Ty Sambrailo.
Chosen to serve as a team captain for the season-opener against Colorado (Aug. 29), vs. Tulsa (Oct. 4), at San Jose State (Nov. 1) and vs. New Mexico (Nov. 24).
Recorded a career-high 15 tackles (four solo) against Tulsa (Oct. 4) and notched one pass breakup.
Registered double digit tackles (10) vs. Nevada (Oct. 11) for the second consecutive game.
Holding on to a seven-point lead at San Jose State (Nov. 1), picked off a Joe Gray pass late in the fourth quarter on the Rams' eight-yard line to secure the victory... also tied a career high with 15 tackles (six solo).
Notched six tackles (two solo), including one tackle for loss, and a forced fumble at Air Force (Nov. 28).
CSU's defense only allowed 25.1 points per game, the fewest points per contest by the Rams defense since 2006 (21.9).
OKLAHOMA STATE COWBOYS
Sam Wren finished his senior season at Oklahoma State with 25 tackles in which seven were for a loss. He also added two sacks. Wren is a pass rush specialist with an explosive first step wreaking havoc off the edge. A transfer from Arizona Western Junior College, Wren made an easy transition to the Big 12 and playing amongst the best collegiate talent in the nation.
Wren is now focusing on carving out his path towards the NFL. Listen to exclusive interview with Cowboys’ defensive end Sam Wren.
On today's special edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by 2015 NFL Draft prospect wide receiver Josh Jones from Missouri Southern State University. On today's podcast, Jovan will be talking to Josh about his career at MSSU, what led him to there and his preparations leading up to the draft. You can follow Jovan on Twitter (@Jovan10), Josh on Twitter (@The_PlayMaker89) and make sure to check out totalsportslive.com and follow on Twitter (@TotalSportsLive)
RASHEED BAILEY, DELAWARE VALLEY, WR
NFL DRAFT PROSPECT
Delaware Valley receiver Rasheed Bailey is the true definition of a small-school NFL Draft Prospect. Standing at 6’2 and 205-pounds he led the team with 80 catches, for a incredible 1,707 yards and 19 touchdowns. Not many times is a D3 prospect considered such a legit NFL prospect.
In 2013, he started all 11 games and earned a spot on the all-MAC first team and led the Aggies with 51 catches for 977 yards and eight touchdowns. He shattered those numbers in 2014 and once again earned the 2014 All-Middle Atlantic Football Team and named MAC Offensive Player of the Year.
2015 NFL Draft Prospect
Michael Burton an invitee to the NFL Scouting Combine is projected to play fullback but more athletic than meets the eye.
Burton is currently training at Parabolic where he is getting bigger, stronger and faster. The former Rutgers standout proved to NFL Scouts he is more athletic than orginally thought after performing him NFL combine workouts.
Go one-on-one with Burton as he talks Rutgers football his path to the NFL Draft on this exclusive College2Pro.com Players Platform Show.
A total of 11 East Central University football players have been honored by the Great American Conference for the 2014 season. Three were named to the All-GAC First Team, two to the Second Team and six to the Honorable Mention Team. One of the players' that landed honorable mention team accolades was sophomore senior Qumain Black.
Black is a NFL sized defensive back looking to make his impact over the next several months that results with him being in a NFL training camp this summer. Go one-on-one with Black on the College2Pro.com Players' Platform Show.
On today's special edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by 2015 NFL Draft prospect linebacker Christon Gill from Western Carolina University. On today's show they will talk about his career at WCU, what he is doing right now to get prepared for this year's draft, and his journey from Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Shabazz is a small school prospect with big time talent. Passes the eyeball test with his size and physical ability he is one of the top small school stars to watch as the NFL Draft approaches. Returning starter at corner back for the Golden Rams … named D2 Football.com preseason All-America … has developed into a shutdown corner in three seasons … named All-PSAC East, All-Star.
13 - Holton Walker
Walker is as productive as any receiver in the 2015 NFL Draft class. He has gone over 1,000 in each of his last three seasons at Hampden-Sydney. Terrific size along with the athletic ability NFL teams take a liking too at the next level.
Go one-on-one with Walker and find out more about the small-school star as he shares his football career past, present, and future here on the College2Pro.com (C2P) Players' Platform Show.
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