the Next Level"
September 20, 2008
Here’s a list of
our grads playing college football this year.
Please email me
with any corrections.
· Ian Pace
is a senior offensive tackle at Fordham. Ian played in ten games for the
Patriot League champion
Rams last year, including 3 starts. So far in 2008 he has played in all three
games, starting in last Saturday’s 29-22 win over Columbia in which the Rams offense rolled up
476 total yards.
· Andrew Means is a redshirt junior wide receiver at Indiana.
In his first two years Andrew collected 68 receptions for 822
yards. In three games this year he has
14 catches for 206 yards. Andrew also
had a stellar baseball career at I.U. as a three year starting outfielder,
earning All Big Ten honors the last two years.
In June Andrew was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds and spent the summer
playing for their Billings,
Montana farm team. In his last game before returning to Indiana for football, Means had two home runs & seven
RBI’s to lead Billings
to their league’s first-half championship.
· Trey Stross is a redshirt junior wideout at Iowa.
In spot duty as a freshman Trey had 12 catches for 142 yards and one
touchdown, plus a blocked punt and numerous tackles on special teams. Trey
battled injuries for much of his sophomore year but still managed 16 receptions
for 272 yards and four TD’s. Trey missed
the first three games this year due to injuries and saw limited action last
week against Pitt.
· Chris Rau
is a junior safety at Georgetown. Chris saw some action as a freshman,
recording five tackles. Starting as a
sophomore in 2007, he led the Hoya defense with 76 tackles. In three games this year Chris has 16
tackles, including a game-high nine against Howard in the season opener.
· Josh Pack
a sophomore offensive lineman for Mount
· Sean Linder is a sophomore linebacker at Lehigh.
· Jordan Frank is a redshirt freshman tight end at Slippery Rock.
· Jake Reynolds is a redshirt freshman offensive guard at Edinboro.
· Mike Haddad is a freshman linebacker at Michigan State.
· Andy Howell is being redshirted this year at Kansas, where is working at safety as well
· Jeff Tell
tore his hamstring in preseason practice at Otterbein and has decided against
playing any more football.
Again, if I missed anyone, please let me know. We’d also love to see any photos of the guys,
and of course updates from the players themselves are always