Offense – Player Bios

Antonio Fenelus
Briefly with Indianapolis Colts 2012. COLLEGE: Two-plus year starter at Wisconsin, recording 155 career tackles and 9 picks…Named’s Big Ten special teams player of the week and UW’s co-special teams player of the week 2008…A two-time first team All-Big Ten selection and four-time All-Academic Big Ten selection.
Chris Smith
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the St. Louis Rams in 2011. COLLEGE: Was the 49th best prospect to come out of Junior College…Started 13 games at cornerback despite playing much of the season with an injured thumb that required a cast for each game…Led NIU in pass break-ups and ranked second on the team in interceptions…Led the Huskies in solo tackles with 50, and his 70 total stops ranked fifth on the squad…Made 4.5 tackles for loss and forced a fumble…His 12 passes break-ups were the most by a Husky defender since 2003 and tied for the third-most all-time…Earned first team All Mid-American Conference honors from league coaches…Was the team’s 2010 Defensive Back of the Year.
G.J. Kinne
PRO CAREER: Signed by the New York Jets as an undrafted free agent in 2012. COLLEGE: Became the starting quarterback for the Golden Hurricane in 2009 and remained the starter throughout his career…Finished his career with 9,472 yards and 81 touchdowns…Was named most valuable player in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl…Recorded 1,357 career rushing yards and 15 touchdowns…The 2011 CUSA MVP
Chris Davis
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the Tennessee Titans in 2007…Played two seasons for the Titans…Averaged 9.1 yards on 33 punt returns, 26.0 yards on six kickoff returns and had seven receptions for 69 yards. COLLEGE: Had more than 1,700 career receiving yards.
Brandon Coutu
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 2008 and waived in 2009. Also has spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Buffalo Bills and the Las Vegas Locomotives of the UFL. COLLEGE: Never missed a PAT and is the only kicker in University of Georgia history to record a field-goal kicking percentage higher than 80 percent…Longest field goal was 58 yards.
Derrick Townsel
PRO CAREER: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2010…Spent time on the Houston Texans’ practice squad…Was signed by the Edmonton Eskimos in 2012 and later released. COLLEGE: Was a two-time all-OVC wide receiver…Closed out his Racer career with 153 catches for 1,712 yards and five touchdowns…Ranks second on the school’s all-time list for career receptions…Posted the fifth-best single-game receiving day when he had 199 yards receiving in a victory over Tennessee Tech on Oct. 11, 2008.
Marcus Harris
PRO CAREER: Signed by the Detroit Lions in 2011 and later waived…Also spent time with the Tennessee Titans. COLLEGE: Set Murray State’s all-time career receptions record with 217…Also set school record for career receiving yards with 2,471 yards…Ranks second in touchdowns with 21…Recognized as second team All-American by the Associated Press and The Sports Network.
Cameron Kinney
PRO CAREER: Has spent time with the San Diego Chargers, the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos. COLLEGE: Began his college career at Garden State, where he played two years… Joined the Oklahoma Sooners in 2009 and saw action in nine games while starting six…Had career highs in receptions (6) and yards (72) against Miami…Also had the team’s lone touchdown against Miami…In 2010, he saw action as a kick returner against Utah State for the first time in OU career…hauled in a career-long catch of 36 yards with a TD against Florida State…Had a career-long kick return of 34 yards against Cincinnati.
Jason Boltus
PRO CAREER: Spent three seasons (2009-2011) with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL and one season (2012) with the Spokane Shock of the AFL. COLLEGE: Played four seasons (2005-2008) for the Hawks, recording 134 career touchdowns and more than 14,000 yards passing…Led the team to its first conference championship in school history…Recipient the 2007 Melberger Trophy… The all-time NCAA Division III leader in total offense…Two-time Empire 8 Player of the Year…2008 Eastern College Athletic Conference Player of the Year.
Cory Ohnesorge
PRO CAREER: Briefly on the roster for the New York Giants in 2007, logging 17 punts with an average of 43.5 yards in four preseason games…Attended St. Louis Rams training camp in 2010…Played for the Nighthawks in 2011. COLLEGE: A two-time All-American selection by…2003 NCAA All-American Awards Special Teams Player of the Year…During the 2005 season, led all collegiate punters in average punt distance.
Stuart Schweigert
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 2004 and officially released in 2008…Also spent two years with the Detroit Lions…started a total of 53 games in the NFL…Second in NFL safeties for tackles with 109…2011 UFL Defensive Player of the Year. COLLEGE: Recorded 17 career interceptions to set a Purdue school record…Sixth in school history for career tackles with 336…2000 Big Ten Freshman of the Year…Two-time first-team All-Big Ten selection…Two-time second-team All-Big Ten selection.
James Harrell
COLLEGE: Played a total of 33 games for the Golden Lions…Recorded 16 career interceptions…Named to the All-Southwestern Athletic Conference first team in 2011…NCAA career picks leader for the 2012 Draft Class.
Garrett Wolfe
COLLEGE: Was the all-time leading rusher at Northern Illinois with 5,164 career yards…Received All-American honors in 2005…Finished the 2006 season with an NCAA-high 1,928 rushing yards while averaging 157 yards per game. PRO CAREER: A third-round draft pick for the Chicago Bears in 2007…Played in Chicago through 2010…Recorded 48 special teams stops in his final three seasons with the Bears…Most recently on the roster for the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL…A member of the 2011 Omaha Nighthawks team.
Matt Estrada
PRO CAREER: Was most recently a member of the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League…Was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2011 and spent 13 weeks on the practice squad. COLLEGE: Played four seasons with Northern Arizona…A two-year team captain, Estrada was named most valuable defensive player, defensive backfield player of the year and outstanding junior at the team banquet in 2009 after leading the team with 78 tackles…Also led the team with 47 solo tackles in 2009, earning All-Big Sky first team honors…Recorded 51 tackles and earned All-Big Sky second-team honors in 2010.
Jeremy Kellem
PRO CAREER: Played with the AFL’s New Orleans VooDoo in 2012…Set rookie franchise record with 9 interceptions…named to All-Arena Defensive Team and was a finalist for Rookie of the Year. COLLEGE: Earned first-team All-Sunbelt honors in 2009 and 2010 with the Blue Raiders…2010 ESPN Academic All-American…recorded 10 interceptions and 277 tackles.
Dovonte Edwards
PRO CAREER: Signed with Minnesota Vikings in 2005, making his MNF debut with a 51-yard interception return off Brett Favre…released after season-ending arm injury in 2006…Signed by New York Giants in 2007…released and picked up immediately by Detroit Lions in 2007 and released during preseason in 2008…Signed as primary kick returner in 2009 with Toronto Argonauts of the CFL…Played with the Nighthawks in 2011. COLLEGE: Played four seasons at NC State…named 2004 Most Outstanding Defensive Player…led team in interceptions 2004.
Nicholas Saenz
PRO CAREER: Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Buffalo Bills in 2012 and later released. COLLEGE: Played 52 career games at the University of Houston, logging 240 total tackles.
Aaron Weathers
COLLEGE: Sunbelt Conference Newcomer of the Year 2005…Earned All-Texas honors in 2005…Broke UNT season tackles record…Logged 265 career tackles and blocked eight kicks.
Preston Brown
COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Arkansas State (2007-2008) and two years at Tennessee State (2009-2010)…Set the Atlanta Classic rushing record in 2010 after logging 233 yards in Tennessee State’s victory over Florida A&M…Set the rushing record in the Southern Heritage Classic with 218 yards.
Antonio Pittman
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL Draft…Picked up by the St. Louis Rams later that year and played in 11 games…Saw action as a reserve running back and on special teams…Rushed 38 times for 139 yards and added three receptions for 15 yards on the season…Played in 12 games in 2008 and started five…Carried the ball 79 times for 296 yards and caught 18 passes for 132 yards. COLLEGE: Played three seasons for the Buckeyes, amassing more than 1,000 yards rushing in both the 2005 and 2006 seasons…Averaged more than five yards per carry in his three seasons, playing in 35 games and rushing for an average of 84 yards per game…Currently ranks eighth on Ohio State’s all-time rushing list.
John Griffin
PRO CAREER: Signed with Cincinnati Bengals in 2010…Briefly on New York Jets active roster in 2012 before being waived due to a high ankle sprain. COLLEGE: Averaged 5.0 yards per rush in 2010, gaining 843 yards on 168 carries and logging five touchdowns…Earned Colonial Athletic Association all-conference honors in 2010…Earned an invitation to the FCS Senior Scout Bowl in 2010.
DeMarcus Faggins
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the Houston Texans in the sixth round of the 2002 NFL Draft…Also has spent time with the Tennessee Titans and the Detroit Lions…Signed with the Nighthawks in 2010. COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Navarro College…Honorable mention JUCO All-American in 1999…Played two seasons at Kansas State…Honorable mention All-Big 12 in 2001.
Scott Albritton
PRO CAREER: Briefly on the Bucs’ active roster in 2011. COLLEGE: Played three seasons (2008-2010) at Colorado State after transferring from Santa Barbara City College…A versatile player who also occasionally handled onside kicking duties for the Rams…Handled snaps for all punts in 2008, 2009 and 2010 until a knee injury in week five cut his senior season short…Earned academic all-conference in 2009 and 2010.
Jay Moore
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 2007 but was placed on injured reserve after injury…Signed to the St. Louis Rams practice squad in 2009. COLLEGE: In 30 games at Nebraska, he registered 103 tackles, 12 sacks, and one interception…Tied for sixth on Nebraska’s All-Time record list with 38 career tackles behind the line of scrimmage.
Gregory Smith
PRO CAREER: Drafted by the Carolina Panthers and played one year and two preseasons. COLLEGE: Four-time Big 12 All-Academic selection…Four-year starter…Started as a tight end, all five offensive line positions and long snapper…Started in National Championship in 2009 against Alabama.
Brandon Akpunku
PRO CAREER: Signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2012. COLLEGE: Selected to the All-Sun Belt Conference second team as a senior in 2011 after leading North Texas in sacks with 7.5, which tied for second in the conference…Finished his collegiate career with 20 sacks, which ranked sixth all-time at North Texas.
Phillip Dillard
PRO CAREER: A fourth-round draft pick by the New York Giants in 2010…Played seven games with the New York Giants in 2010…Signed to the Carolina Panthers’ practice squad in 2011. COLLEGE: Despite not playing in the first two games of his senior season, Dillard finished second on the team with 83 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and three sacks…His 7.8 tackles per game in conference play ranked ninth in the Big 12…Dillard’s play helped Nebraska lead the nation in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense, while ranking in the top 10 in total defense and rushing defense…Recipient of the 2009 Novak Award…2009 Big 12 All-American.