Ed Conway

Ed Conway

Both Concord and J.M. Robinson entered Friday night's contest looking for their first win of the season. The Bulldogs were not the only visitors at Robert C. Bailey Stadium Friday night. The remnants of tropical storm Hannah brushed the area providing some heavy rain showers in the first half.

In the 1st quarter the teams exchanged several punts until Robinson tailback Jason Hampton broke free for a 37 yard touchdown run to put the Bulldogs up 7-0.  The defenses ruled the rest of the quarter.  Concord's Darin Posey and Wesley Scott sacked Bulldog quarterback Robert Cloninger to end the 1st quarter. The defensive struggle continued in the 2nd quarter with both offenses stalling. Later Concord would put together a sustained drive capped by Roger Smith's 27 yard touchdown reception from Sean Willix. Brandon Barnhardt would add the extra point to tie the game at 7-7.  Concord's Wesley Scott recovered a Robinson fumble on the next series and the half ended in a 7-7 tie.

The defenses would control the 2nd half as well. After a Concord punt Jason Hampton would strike again for the Bulldogs, this time covering 71 yards to put Robinson up 14-7. Concord answered with a drive of their own capped by Evan Carpenter's 45 yard TD catch. Barnhardt's extra point was wide right. Concord's defense started the 4th quarter with a big stop as Robinson went for a 4th and short conversion. The duo of Wesley Scott and Jalen Brown teamed up to stop the Robinson runner short of the first down.  Down by one Concord methodically drove down the field. But a tipped pass was intercepted by Bulldog cornerback Zach Fandl.

With less than two minutes left and Robinson holding the ball all appeared lost but Concord's defense would come through again. On the first play after the turnover the Spiders forced a fumble recovered by Concord linebacker Bradley Phillips. Concord would run a few plays before a field goal attempt. The Bulldogs used their remaining timeouts to ice kicker Brandon Barnhardt but to no avail. Barnhardt's 22 yard field goal split the uprights to give Concord the lead with 2 seconds remaining. The kickoff return was stopped after a short gain.

Darin Posey led the Concord defense with 12 tackles, 2 sacks and an interception.  Sean Willix finished 12-27 for 165 yards with 2 touchdowns and one interception. Roger Smith added 58 yards rushing and a touchdown reception. 

Next week the Spiders open SPC play with a trip to Piedmont. 

Click on read more for complete stats. Stats courtesy Billy Lyerly and Scott Dyer. 

Click here for Dale Barbee's game photos.
   

Friday, 29 August 2008 23:36

Tigers defeat Spiders in opener

Concord traveled to Mt. Pleasant to open the 2008 season. After a hard fought first half Mt. Pleasant took control in the 2nd half to defeat Concord 42-27 Friday night.

After a slow start both teams got the offenses going late in the 1st quarter. Mt. Pleasant would strike first with QB Evan Seymour hitting Andrew Carroll for a 32 yard touchdown pass. The first quarter would end with Mt. Pleasant ahead 7-0.

In the 2nd quarter Concord would answer with a 30 yard touchdown from Sean Willix to Jared Nash. Brandon Barnhardt would add the extra point to tie the game at 7-7. On the ensuing possession Seymour would again connect with Carroll this time on a 47 yard touchdown strike. Later in the 2nd Concord would take the lead after a 10 yard touchdown run by Roger Smith. That drive was highlighted by a 43 yard pass to Will Cowan and a 4th down conversion by Roger Smith. Concord's defense would recover a Mt. Pleasant fumble to end the half with a 14-13 lead.

Mt. Pleasant would score on the opening drive of the 3rd quarter on Haywood Forte's 3 yard touchdown run to put the Tigers up 19-14. The Tiger's defense would hold the Spiders and the Tigers struck again as Dalton Brandon would add a 20 yard touchdown run to give Mt. Pleasant a 27-14 lead. The teams would exchange turnovers before Mt. Pleasant would add another score as Seymour would find Brandon on a 57 yard touchdown pass. Concord's offense could not convert and the Tigers would add another score to put the Tigers up 42-14.

Junior quarterback Jordan Havinga came on in relief in the 4th quarter. The Spiders would add a 2 yard touchdown run from Brandon Phillips. Later after a Mt. Pleasant fumble was recovered by Tevin Barnes Havinga would connect with Davion Waters on a short touchdown pass. 

Willix finished 15-28 for 243 yards and 1 touchdown. Havinga would finish 4-8 for 64 yards and a touchdown. Brandon Phillips would lead the Spider rushers with 34 yards. Six different receivers would catch passes led by Will Cowan's 4 catches for 109 yards.  

Concord will be in action next week as they host the J.M. Robinson Bulldogs at Robert C. Bailey Stadium. 

Stats courtesy Scott Dyer and Billy Lyerly.

Click on read more for complete stats. 

Thursday, 16 August 2018 15:32

2008 Varsity Roster

1 Dominique Posey 10
2 Darren Miller 12
3 Will Cowan 12
4 Ben Brill 12
5 Roger Smith 12
6 Brandon Caldwell 11
7 Zack Shue 12
8 Mark O'Brien 11
9 James Underwood 11
10 Jared Nash 12
11 Davion Waters 12
12 Darius Merriweather 12
13 Evann Carpenter 12
14 Brandon Barnhardt 11
15 Sean Willix 11
16 Jordan Havinga 11
17 Charles Vincent 12
18 William Propst 12
20 Tevin Barnes 10
22 Zach Owens 11
24 Jalen Brown 10
25 Brandon Phillips 12
31 Bradley Phillips 10
50 Jeremy Starnes 11
52 Andrew Tucker 12
53 Wesley Scott 10
55 Shaquan Smith 10
58 Tyler Honeycutt 12
60 Jonathan Carranza 12
61 Caleb Eddleman 10
64 Nick Whitaker 11
65 Brandon Burchfield 12
66 Nathan Santiago 10
67 Kenneth Gill 10
70 Justin Miller 11
71 Ty Howie 12
72 Deangelo Luckey 12
73 Steven Arias 12
74 John Bell 12
Wednesday, 15 August 2018 19:18

Assistant Coaches 2018

Marty Paxton Head Coach
Brad Faw Asst Coach
Ryan Crowder Asst Coach
Ryan Milligan Asst Coach
Jason Porter Asst Coach
Preston Whitley Asst Coach
Wendell Fisher Asst Coach
Andre Reid Asst Coach
Jermaine Reid Asst Coach
Josh Yow Asst Coach
Jeff Smith Asst Coach
Dwyan Luckey Asst Coach
   
Mandy Porter Trainer
Nick Martin Trainer
Monday, 06 August 2018 19:56

2018 Varsity Roster

# PLAYER HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION GRADE
2 Javian Cannady 6'0 150 DB / WR 11
3 Ikym Hall 6'0 150 DB / WR 12
4 Dajon Johnson 5'9 134 DB/QB 11
5 LJ Currie 5'10 160 SPIDER/RB 11
6 Jerry Earl 6'0 202 DL/TE 10
7 Jo Jo Bond 5'11 170 SPIDER/QB 11
8 Cameron Sledge 5'11 168 DB / WR 11
9 Jarrad Presutti 5'10 130 DB / WR 12
10 Jourdan Heilig 6'2 200 LB / RB 12
12 Domo Brown 5'9 130 DB / WR 11
13 Khristian Buitrago 5'10 143 DB / WR 11
14 Jaden Smith 6'1 165 DB / WR 11
15 Travion Wilson 6'1 191 LB / RB 10
16 Kasahn Glover 5'10 145 DB/SLOT 12
17 Malik Tobias 5'7 150 DB/SLOT 11
18 Deonte Brown 5'8 162 DB/SLOT 11
19 Todd Smith 5'10 140 SPIDER/SLOT 11
22 Chase Chambers 6'2 180 SPIDER/SLOT 12
23 Nijel Robinson 5'11 153 DB / WR 11
24 Naze Peoples 5'7 180 LB/TE 12
30 Myles Boykins 5'8 155 SPIDER/RB 11
33 Clint Bost 6'0 205 LB / OL 12
35 Terrell Spencer 5'7 130 DB/WR 11
39 Monterio Watkins 5'8 130 SLOT/DB 11
44 Kodi Ward 6'0 198 LB / TE 12
50 Sam Hartsell 6'5 275 DL/OL 12
51 Leo Haywood 6'3 210 DL/OL 12
52 Solomon Giles 6'3 250 DL / OL 12
55 Anthony Flores 6'1 266 DL / OL 11
56 Daquan Franklin 5'9 220 DL/OL 12
59 Tyrell Johnson 5'10 274 DL/OL 12
63 Deon Cooper 6'1 190 DL / OL 11
66 Josh Kington 5'8 260 DL/OL 12
71 Peter Petroff 5'9 200 DL / OL 11
77 Jasper Boyce 5'10 245 DL / OL 11
89 Gavin Starnes 5'11 150 DB / WR / K 12
92 Isaiah Clark 5'9 135 Kicker 10
Wednesday, 13 December 2017 14:30

Head Coach Marty Paxton

Marty paxton headshot

The Paxton File

Education:
Concord High School Class of 1994
Appalachian State Class of 1999

Worked an an assistant at Central Cabarrus before accepting an assistant coaching position at Mooresville. 

Started football program at Hickory Ridge when school opened in 2007.

Returned to Mooresville as Head Coach in 2016.

Coach Paxton is married to Carrie Paxton and they have two children.  

RECORD BREAKDOWN

 
Overall
Conference
Total 
Averages
Season High School W L T PCT W L T P+/-CT PF PA SO PF PA  
2018 Concord                            
2017 Mooresville 4 8 0 0.333 2 5 0 0.286 168 275 1 14.00 22.92 -8.92
2016 Mooresville 8 4 0 0.667 6 1 0 0.857 341 187 3 28.42 15.58 12.84
2015 Hickory Ridge 7 5 0 0.583 7 2 0 0.778 325 225 1 27.08 18.75 8.33
2014 Hickory Ridge 10 3 0 0.769 6 2 0 0.750 471 311 1 36.23 23.92 12.31
2013 Hickory Ridge 4 8 0 0.333 3 5 0 0.375 358 396 0 29.83 33.00 -3.17
2012 Hickory Ridge 11 2 0 0.846 7 0 0 1.000 535 356 0 41.15 27.38 13.77
2011 Hickory Ridge 6 6 0 0.500 3 4 0 0.429 245 240 2 20.42 20.00 0.42
2010 Hickory Ridge 5 7 0 0.417 4 3 0 0.571 217 288 1 18.08 24.00 -5.92
2009 Hickory Ridge 7 6 0 0.538 5 2 0 0.714 285 343 0 21.92 26.38 -4.46
2008 Hickory Ridge 5 6 0 0.455 2 6 0 0.250 220 208 0 20.00 18.91 1.09
2007 Hickory Ridge 1 10 0 0.091 1 7 0 0.125 113 367 0 10.27 33.36 -23.09
Total 2007-2017 68 65 0 0.511 46 37 0 0.554 3278 3196 9 24.65 24.03 0.62
Tuesday, 12 December 2017 20:58

Welcome Home Coach!

In a move anticipated by some in Spider Nation Marty Paxton was named head football coach at his alma mater. 

Paxton returns to CHS after head coaching tenures at Hickory Ridge and Mooresville. 

Paxton is a 1994 graduate of Concord and played for former Head Coaches Glen Padgett and E.Z. Smith. 

The Paxton File

Concord High School Class of 1994
Appalachian State Class of 1999

Worked an an assistant for Head Coach E.Z. Smith before accepting an Assistant Coaching Position at Mooresville. 

Started football program at Hickory Ridge when school opened in 2007.

Took over Mooresville program in 2016. 

 

RECORD BREAKDOWN

 
Overall
Conference
Total 
Averages
Season High School W L T PCT W L T P+/-CT PF PA SO PF PA  
2017 Mooresville 4 8 0 0.333 2 5 0 0.286 168 275 1 14.00 22.92 -8.92
2016 Mooresville 8 4 0 0.667 6 1 0 0.857 341 187 3 28.42 15.58 12.84
2015 Hickory Ridge 7 5 0 0.583 7 2 0 0.778 325 225 1 27.08 18.75 8.33
2014 Hickory Ridge 10 3 0 0.769 6 2 0 0.750 471 311 1 36.23 23.92 12.31
2013 Hickory Ridge 4 8 0 0.333 3 5 0 0.375 358 396 0 29.83 33.00 -3.17
2012 Hickory Ridge 11 2 0 0.846 7 0 0 1.000 535 356 0 41.15 27.38 13.77
2011 Hickory Ridge 6 6 0 0.500 3 4 0 0.429 245 240 2 20.42 20.00 0.42
2010 Hickory Ridge 5 7 0 0.417 4 3 0 0.571 217 288 1 18.08 24.00 -5.92
2009 Hickory Ridge 7 6 0 0.538 5 2 0 0.714 285 343 0 21.92 26.38 -4.46
2008 Hickory Ridge 5 6 0 0.455 2 6 0 0.250 220 208 0 20.00 18.91 1.09
2007 Hickory Ridge 1 10 0 0.091 1 7 0 0.125 113 367 0 10.27 33.36 -23.09
Total 68 65 0 0.511 46 37 0 0.554 3278 3196 9 24.65 24.03 0.62

L.J. Currie rushed for 312 yards to propel Concord past Phillip O. Berry Friday night at Cardinal Stadium. Currie's 312 total is the 3rd highest single game rushing total in Spider history. View records here.

Currie carved through the Cardinal defense for two scores in the first half. Currie ran every play on the first Spider drive and scored on a screen pass on the 2nd possession. 

Berry answered with two quick strike touchdown passes to get within two points. 

The Spiders spent much of the first half in Berry territory but two red zone turnovers and numerous penalties squashed their scoring chances.

Halftime adjustments proved to work for the Spiders. 

Currie and the offensive line continued the rushing assault in the 2nd half. 

The Spiders marched down the field to open the 3rd quarter. Jadon Bell plunged in on a 1 yard keeper to put the Spiders up 21-12. 

Once again Berry hit the deep pass for another score. 

Currie and the offensive line would add 2 more rushing scores in the 3rd to give the Spiders a bit of a cushion. 

Zyion Boger picked off a Cardinal pass in the 4th. 

Jourdan Heilig came on in relief of Currie late and added his own rushing touchdown from 49 yards. 

After the game Currie was quick to credit his offensive line. 

The Spider defense was led by Clint Bost Jr., Emmanual Arias, and Zyion Boger each had 4 stops. Boger added 2 interceptions. Sia Olomua and Louis Williams added sacks. 

Friday night was the first meeting between the schools. 

  1 2 3 4 FINAL  
CONCORD 7 7 21 7 42  
BERRY ACADEMY 6 6 8 0 20  
             
             
    PASSING      
             
PLAYER NAME # COMP. ATT. YARDS TD INT
Campbell 6          
Jadon Bell 12 11 19 84 1 1
Dajon Johnson 17          
  TOTAL 11 19 84 1 1
             
             
    RUSHING      
             
PLAYER NAME # ATT YARDS TD    
L J Currie 5 36 312 3    
Antonio Campbell 6 2 -6      
Jourdan Heilig 10 4 66 1    
Jadon Bell 12 7 41 1    
Nemo Miller  15 1 2      
Dajon Johnson 17          
Zyoin Boger 23 1 8      
Trott 2          
Flores 92 1 1      
Mobley 40 3 1      
  TOTAL 55 425 5    
             
             
    RECEIVING      
             
PLAYER NAME # CATCH YARDS TD    
Ikym Hall 3 2 2      
L J Currie 5 1 20 1    
Antonio Campbell 6 4 25      
Nick Santiago 9          
Jourdan Heilig 10 2 10      
Glover 16          
Tobias 18          
Boger 23 2 27      
  TOTAL 11 84 1    
             
RUSHING 425   YARDS      
PASSING 84   YARDS      
             
TOTAL 509   YARDS      

 

DEFENSE
        TACKLES   FUMBLE FUMBLE   INT. PASS BLK
PLAYER # TACKLES ASSIST FOR LOSS SACK RECOVERY RET. YDS. INT. RET. YDS. DEF. KICK
LANDON TROTT 2                    
IKYM HALL 3                    
ROCCO DSOUZA 4 2               1  
L.J. CURRIE 5                    
ANTONIO CAMPBELL 6                    
J.D. MILLER 7                 1  
JOE BOND 8 1                  
NICK SANTIAGO 9 1                  
JORDAN HEILIG 10 3               1  
JOE COLEMAN 14                    
NEMO MILLER 15 3 1                
McCRAE-BOSTICK 19                    
EMMANUEL ARIAS 22 4                  
ZYOIN BOGER 23 4           2      
DAVONTE JOHNSON 24                    
HAKEEM KRIDER 25                    
BOBBY HARRIS 30 1                  
  32 1 1                
CLINT BOST 33 4 4                
  37                    
  43 1                  
J.P. PORTER 68                    
SIA OLOMUA 73       1            
LOUIS WILLIAMS 77 1     1            
RICK SANDIDGE 90 2 2                
ANTHONY FLORES 92 2       1          
                       
TOTALS   30 8 0 2 1 0 2 0 3 0
                       
Saturday, 01 September 2007 14:23

Late score lifts Bulldogs past Spiders

Paul Hershey

Sep. 1--CONCORD -- Head coach Bobby Cloninger has stressed mental toughness as the key to success for his Jay M. Robinson team.

The Bulldogs showed plenty of that on Friday night.

Despite trailing for most of the game, Robinson continually battled back and pulled out a wild 32-27 victory over rival Concord at Robinson High.

Jason Hampton's 4-yard touchdown run -- his third score of the game -- with 1:10 left in the fourth quarter provided the winning points.

"It gives a whole lot of credibility to what we're trying to do," Cloninger said of the victory. "They're a good football team. Our kids showed a lot of perseverance by the way they came back. I'm going to give them all the credit.

"We earned this one."

Concord, meanwhile, made big strides offensively but saw its second game end in the same way as its opener -- with an interception.

After Hampton's score, Concord got a 15-yard run by quarterback Tony Moore and a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Robinson to move to the Bulldogs' 33 with 49 seconds left.

However, Moore's first-down pass over the middle was deflected and intercepted by Robinson linebacker Mike Skiptunas, sealing the victory for the Bulldogs (2-1).

"We finally got a good pass rush, we got a tip on the ball and Mike Skiptunas was there and made a good play on it," Cloninger said.

The Spiders dropped to 0-2.

With the score tied 20-20 at halftime, Robinson took its only other lead of the game on the opening possession of the third quarter.

Hampton ran for 57 yards on the first play from scrimmage and scored two plays later on a 2-yard run. The extra point was blocked.

Later in the third, Concord drove to the Bulldogs' 2 before losing a fumble after a pass reception.

The Spiders' defense held, though, and Concord took advantage of the short field. Tailback Roger Smith scored on a 27-yard run and Branden Barnhardt's extra point gave the Spiders a 27-26 lead with 1:18 left in the third.

The Spiders then put together a drive that took more than half of the time in the fourth quarter and were one play away from just about putting away the game.

Moore's keeper on fourth-and-7 from the Robinson 31 came up a yard short.

The Bulldogs took over with 2:32 left.

Bradley Clay threw to Chris Moon for 10 yards and a roughing the passer penalty two plays later moved the ball to the Concord 45.

Clay then rolled out and hit Cyrus Mojtabai over the middle for a 31-yard catch-and-run to the Spiders' 14.

"Cyrus extended the play and we were able to get them stretched and (Clay) threw back to him," Cloninger said. "(Cyrus) sat down in the hole and waited on it."

After a 10-yard reception by Moon, Hampton plowed in over the right side for the winning score.

Hampton rushed for 169 yards.

Concord led 7-0 before a track meet broke out in the second quarter.

The teams combined for five touchdowns in a span of 2:19.

Hampton had touchdown runs of 12 and 27 yards on consecutive carries.

In between, Dominique Posey returned a kickoff 85 yards for a Concord touchdown. After Hampton's second score, Moore connected with Bryan Franklin for a 72-yard touchdown play that put the Spiders ahead 20-12.

Robinson answered three plays later when Moon took a short pass and turned it into a 43-yard touchdown. Clay then threw to tight end Chris Dudas for the two-point conversion that tied the game.

Smith had a huge night in a losing effort for Concord, rushing for 218 yards and two touchdowns.

Moore completed 8 of 23 passes for 183 yards for Concord.

Clay was 13 of 30 for 163 yards for Robinson, which also overcame the loss of star lineman R.J. Mattes, who was ejected late in the third quarter for a late hit.

"Never giving up," Cloninger said about what the difference was for his team. "Staying after it and showing some mental toughness."

It was Robinson's second straight win over Concord following five straight losses.

Concord opens league play at home against Piedmont next Friday, while Robinson has an open date.

Hampton's TD run with 1:10 remaining completes rally

By Paul Hershey

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CONCORD -- Head coach Bobby Cloninger has stressed mental toughness as the key to success for his Jay M. Robinson team.

The Bulldogs showed plenty of that on Friday night.

Despite trailing for most of the game, Robinson continually battled back and pulled out a wild 32-27 victory over rival Concord at Robinson High.

Jason Hampton's 4-yard touchdown run -- his third score of the game -- with 1:10 left in the fourth quarter provided the winning points.

"It gives a whole lot of credibility to what we're trying to do," Cloninger said of the victory. "They're a good football team. Our kids showed a lot of perseverance by the way they came back. I'm going to give them all the credit.

"We earned this one."

Concord, meanwhile, made big strides offensively but saw its second game end in the same way as its opener -- with an interception.

After Hampton's score, Concord got a 15-yard run by quarterback Tony Moore and a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Robinson to move to the Bulldogs' 33 with 49 seconds left.

However, Moore's first-down pass over the middle was deflected and intercepted by Robinson linebacker Mike Skiptunas, sealing the victory for the Bulldogs (2-1).

"We finally got a good pass rush, we got a tip on the ball and Mike Skiptunas was there and made a good play on it," Cloninger said.

The Spiders dropped to 0-2.

With the score tied 20-20 at halftime, Robinson took its only other lead of the game on the opening possession of the third quarter.

Hampton ran for 57 yards on the first play from scrimmage and scored two plays later on a 2-yard run. The extra point was blocked.

Later in the third, Concord drove to the Bulldogs' 2 before losing a fumble after a pass reception.

The Spiders' defense held, though, and Concord took advantage of the short field. Tailback Roger Smith scored on a 27-yard run and Branden Barnhardt's extra point gave the Spiders a 27-26 lead with 1:18 left in the third.

The Spiders then put together a drive that took more than half of the time in the fourth quarter and were one play away from just about putting away the game.

Moore's keeper on fourth-and-7 from the Robinson 31 came up a yard short.

The Bulldogs took over with 2:32 left.

Bradley Clay threw to Chris Moon for 10 yards and a roughing the passer penalty two plays later moved the ball to the Concord 45.

Clay then rolled out and hit Cyrus Mojtabai over the middle for a 31-yard catch-and-run to the Spiders' 14.

"Cyrus extended the play and we were able to get them stretched and (Clay) threw back to him," Cloninger said. "(Cyrus) sat down in the hole and waited on it."

After a 10-yard reception by Moon, Hampton plowed in over the right side for the winning score.

Hampton rushed for 169 yards.

Concord led 7-0 before a track meet broke out in the second quarter.

The teams combined for five touchdowns in a span of 2:19.

Hampton had touchdown runs of 12 and 27 yards on consecutive carries.

In between, Dominique Posey returned a kickoff 85 yards for a Concord touchdown. After Hampton's second score, Moore connected with Bryan Franklin for a 72-yard touchdown play that put the Spiders ahead 20-12.

Robinson answered three plays later when Moon took a short pass and turned it into a 43-yard touchdown. Clay then threw to tight end Chris Dudas for the two-point conversion that tied the game.

Smith had a huge night in a losing effort for Concord, rushing for 218 yards and two touchdowns.

Moore completed 8 of 23 passes for 183 yards for Concord.

Clay was 13 of 30 for 163 yards for Robinson, which also overcame the loss of star lineman R.J. Mattes, who was ejected late in the third quarter for a late hit.

"Never giving up," Cloninger said about what the difference was for his team. "Staying after it and showing some mental toughness."

It was Robinson's second straight win over Concord following five straight losses.

Concord opens league play at home against Piedmont next Friday, while Robinson has an open date.

Monday, 18 September 2017 17:36

2008 JV Roster

1   Preston Morgan   22   Denzel Phillips     58   Michael Pearson
2   Jermaine Reid   23   Craig Bailes     59   Austin Chasteen
3   Eli Bost   24   Tres Giles     60   A.J. James  
4   Jason Willix   25   Michael Delargy     61   Kyle Franklin  
5   Taj Williams   30   Robbie Pigott     62   Trevor Truesdale
6   Varen Blake   31   Jared Allison     63   Jonathan Furr
7   Nathaniel Smith   32   William James     64   Carlos Medlin  
9   Taylor Nolte   33   Omar Meza     65   Stephon Francis
10   Jahlial (JD) Misenheimer   35   Justin Harris     66   Zach Whitten  
11   Jalen Ferguson   42   Adrian McWilliams   67   Jackie Hillie  
    12   Kenji Martin   50   Alex Salado     70   Del Drye  
13   Ben Kelnhofer   51   Ethan Bean     71   Hakeem Singletary
14   Desmond Shamsid-Deen   52   Curtis Wise     72   Cody Hammel  
15   Eddie Melo   54   Hunter White     77   Dylan Kluttz  
16   Dariane Myers   55   Jacob Gadd     78   D.J. McMullen-Eury
18   Zach Lewis   56   Max Tirk              
19   Devin Leech   57   Austin Everhardt              
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