Josh Woods - Southeast Missouri

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2007 (West Los Angeles CC): Played in six games in the secondary at West Los Angeles College in Culver City, Calif. ... 11 tackles including seven solo stops ... 2.5 tackles for losses totaling three yards ... one interception returned 11 yards in the season finale vs. East Los Angeles CC ... three passes broken up ... one rush for a gain of four yards vs. Los Angeles Southwest CC.

2006 (Utah): Squadman

2005 (Utah): Walked-on ... redshirted.

Prep: All-state honorable mention, three-time all-conference, Detroit Free Press and Detroit News all-east ... member of conference championship team in 2004 ... played safety and running back ... all-state in the 4x100 in track ... academic all-state, all-conference.

Personal: Born 9-3-86 ... son of James and Deidra Woods ... twin brother, Jarrell, plays running back at Arizona State ... brother, James, played safety at Weber State ... uncle, Ike Spencer, played running back at Utah in the early 1970s ... biggest athletic influence is his track coach, Chris Seiler ... bench presses 410 pounds and squats 535 pounds ... majoring in Sport Management ... enjoys playing basketball ... favorite rapper is Big L ... chose Southeast because of the opportunity to join the team as a mid-year transfer ... also recruited by Nevada, Baylor and Hofstra.

Tyler Hoover - Michigan State

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HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Enrolled at Michigan State on Jan. 7, 2008, for the beginning of the spring semester . . . Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report All-American . . . rated among the nation's top strongside defensive ends by Rivals.com (No. 19) . . . ranked among the country's top defensive ends by Scouts, Inc. (No. 88) . . . listed among the nation's top tight ends by Scout.com (No. 35) . . . rated among the Midwest's top prospects by SuperPrep (No. 41) . . . named to SuperPrep's and PrepStar's All-Midwest Teams . . . ranked among the state's top seniors by Scout.com (No. 7), Detroit Free Press (No. 8), Lansing State Journal (No. 8), Rivals.com (No. 9), The Detroit News (No. 12) and Scouts, Inc. (No. 19) . . . named to The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press Dream Teams . . . selected to The Detroit News All-North and All-Metro Teams . . . three-year starter at defensive end for Coach Tab Kellepourey at Novi (Mich.) High School . . . also started at offensive tackle for the Wildcats in 2007 . . . recorded 109 tackles as a senior, with 12 resulting in losses including eight sacks . . . also credited with six quarterback hurries, five forced fumbles and three pass break-ups in 2007 . . . posted 87 tackles as a junior, with six for losses including three sacks . . . had six pass break-ups and a fumble recovery in 2006 . . . three-year letterman in basketball . . . named Kensington Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a junior . . . son of Mike and Angie Hoover . . . born Jan. 28, 1990 . . . majoring in studio art.

Trevor Hoover - Eastern Michigan

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PERSONAL: Full name: Trevor Michael Hoover...Son of Michael and Angie Hoover...Born 4-5-86...Father, Michael, is a Northwood University graduate where he played football...Has one brother, Tyler, and two sisters, Taylor and Jessica...Communications major...

EMU:
Has not played with the team, but has practiced for the past two seasons...Also attended Oakland Community for three years, the University of Toledo for one summer, and Central Michigan University for one spring semester...

HIGH SCHOOL:
Graduated from Novi H.S. where he played football for head coach Tab Kellepoury...

Senior Year:
Starting wide receiver who recorded 1,043 yards in receptions while scoring 14 touchdowns...Named first-team All-Conference, first-team All-Metro North and honorable mention All-State...Helped lead the team to a 12-1 overall record on the way to a league title, district and regional championships and a spot in the state semifinals...Also played basketball and was named second-team All-League...The hoops team went 22-4, giving both the football and basketball teams the best records in school history.

Pat Sijan - Northwood

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2007: Earned first letter … only true freshman to earn a letter in 2007 … played in the final seven games of the season … served a team’s kickoff specialist … had 36 kickoffs, averaging 55.4 yards per kick.

Jarrell Woods - Arizona State

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ASU: Physically impressive, speedy running back who was a junior college transfer in 2007...made his Sun Devil debut in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl against Texas...is expected to provide depth and will compete for playing time at running back this season...earned Hard Hat player recognition for his work in ASU's offseason strength and conditioning program.

2007: Played in one game, the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl against Texas on Dec. 27, as a reserve running back...had three carries for 20 rushing yards and his first career touchdown in that contest...also had the team's longest run from scrimmage in the game, an 18-yard gain in the fourth quarter.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: A graduate of West Los Angeles College...amazingly powerful, can bench press 425 pounds and squat 605...has recorded a 39-inch vertical leap and runs a 4.55 40-yard dash...was the only offensive player among ASU's five junior college transfers in 2007...has three years to play three at ASU...played one year at West Los Angeles College, recording 754 rushing yards, 70 receiving yards with 11 rushing touchdowns and one touchdown reception, en route to first-team All-Western State Conference recognition.

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH: Redshirted at the University of Utah as a true freshman in 2005.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2005 graduate of Novi High (Mich.) High School...at Novi, he earned All-State honorable mention, All-County, All-Area Dream Team, All-North and All-Conference honors...a member of the conference championship team in football in 2004...also lettered in track in which he was selected All-Conference in the 100- and 200-meter events...was chosen as an academic All-State and academic All-Conference.

PERSONAL: Has a brother, J.W., who plays football at Weber State, a twin brother, Josh, who is a defensive back at Utah and his uncle, Ike Spencer, was a running back for the Utes in the early 1970's.

Woods' Career Statistics

Rushing              
Year G/GS Att. Net Avg. TD Lg. Avg./G
2007 1/0 3 20 6.7 1 18 20.0

Brandon Carnegie - Ball State

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Profile to be added shortly.....

Mitch Maier - Kansas City Royals

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Biography:
Mitchell William Maier resides in Surprise, Ariz., with his wife, Karrie... graduated from Novi (Mich.) High...Attended the University of Toledo and fi nished his 3-year career with school career records for average (.414), hits (238), doubles (42), RBI (147) and total bases (370)...hit .448 his junior season, the nation's 2nd-highest average... earned 1st-Team All-America honors from Baseball America in 2003.

2006 Career Highlights:

Made his big league debut for Kansas City, hitting .154 (2-13) in 5 games...Began the season at Wichita (AA)...hit .306 for the Wranglers...Was named to the Texas League All-Star team...led the league in games played while also finishing 2nd in at bats and hits, 4th in runs, tied for 4th in triples, 5th in total bases (257), 6th in RBI and tied for 8th in doubles...Had his contract purchased by the Royals on Sept. 20...made his Major League debut as a defensive replacement in left field on Sept. 23 vs. Detroit...went 0-for-2 with a strikeout...Recorded his 1st Major League hit off the Twins' Brad Radke on Sept. 28... ended up 2-for-4 in the game, scoring his 1st Major League run...started in right field...Hit .350 (35-100) with 19 runs scored for the Grand Canyon Rafters in the Arizona Fall League and was named to its All-Prospects Team...Rated as the 7th-best prospect in the Royals system by Baseball America entering the 2007 season...also named the Best Defensive Outfielder.

Ryan Pritchard - Princeton

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Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Release: 07/18/2006

At Princeton — 2007: served as long snapper for every field goal and punt attempt. 2006: served as long snapper for every field goal and punt attempt. 2005: earned the Donold B. Lourie award as the top freshman offensive player ... became Princeton’s No. 1 long snapper immediately and maintained that spot throughout the year.

At Novi — earned academic all-state honors ... named to the all-conference team twice as a lineman ... named conference special teams player of the year as a long snapper ... helped team to 2003 and 2004 conference titles, as well as the 2003 regional title ... earned all-state honors in the discus ... helped track team to 2004 conference title.

Personal — born May 30, 1987 ... son of Jeff and JoAnne Pritchard ... father works in marketing, mother works in facilities ... has a brother Jim ... an economics major.

Trent Sisson - Carnegie Mellon


Senior #88
6-1, 215, Outside Linebacker
Novi, Mich.

Feb. 29, 2008 - (PITTSBURGH, Pa.) – Senior Trent Sisson (Novi, Mich.) of the Carnegie Mellon University football team has been awarded a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.  The scholarship is awarded to student-athletes who participated in fall sports. Sisson will receive a one-time, nonrenewable grant of $7,500.

The scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who excel academically and athletically and who are in their final year of intercollegiate athletics competition. The Association awards up to 174 postgraduate scholarships annually, 87 for men and 87 for women.

Sisson, a business major with a 3.93 GPA, is a two year starter at outside linebacker for the Tartans and was named ESPN the Magazine CoSIDA second team Academic All-American junior year.  He is a three-time All-University Athletic Association (UAA) All-Academic member and a two-time All-UAA selection.  Sisson finished the 2007 campaign fourth on the team with 58 tackles, 25 solo and was named First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District.

The NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship was created in 1964 to promote and encourage postgraduate education by rewarding the Association's most accomplished student-athletes through their participation in NCAA championship and/or emerging sports. For more information about the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, go to the Diversity and Inclusion link under the About the NCAA tab at www.ncaa.org.


2007

  • Started all 11 games at outside linebacker
  • Fourth on team with 58 tackles, 25 solo
  • Registered five tackles for loss and two sacks
  • Had a season high ten tackles in win over Washington (Mo.) University
  • Blocked a field goal in win over the University of Chicago
  • Broke up one pass
  • All-UAA Second Team selection
  • CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team selection

2006

  • Started all 12 games at outside linebacker
  • Third on team with 82 tackles, 28 solo
  • Led team with five sacks and was second on the team with 7.5 tackles for loss
  • Forced three fumbles and recovered one
  • Broke up five passes
  • All-UAA First Team selection
  • ESPN the Magazine CoSIDA second team Academic All-American

2005

  • Played in all 10 games
  • Recorded 17 tackles
  • Recorded two tackles for a loss of 14 yards and had two sacks for a loss of 14 yards

2004

  • Played in seven games recording 15 tackles

Personal

  • Trent is the son of Keith and Julie Sisson
  • Major is business
  • Born on 2/11/1986

Chase Chandler - Albion

From Albion College
Press Release
November 13, 2006

ImageSix Albion College football players have been named to the all-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association teams released by the league publicist Monday night. Five seniors – cornerback Chase Chandler (Novi), inside linebacker Tim Gough (Jackson), right tackle Kyle Robinson (Grand Ledge), split end Peter Shaw (Livonia Clarenceville), and defensive end Mike Sheldon (Royal Oak Kimball) – will receive plaques designating their selection to the first team. Junior right guard Brian Leighton (Gobles) will receive a certificate designating his selection to the second team.

Chandler and Sheldon are repeating as all-league first team selections.

Chandler led the MIAA with five interceptions, including one he returned 30 yards for a touchdown against Olivet College, and he tied for the league lead in fumbles forced. Chandler was one of Albion’s leading tacklers, finishing with 37 solos and 12 assists.