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media information table of contents Media Information......................................1-4 2015 Jaguars ................................................5-40 2015 South Alabama Rosters............................6-7 Pronunciation Guide .........................................7 2015 Preseason Depth Chart .............................8 Returning Letterwinners ...................................9-26 Returning Squad Members/Redshirts ...............26-35 Newcomers .......................................................35-44 Coaches/Staff ..............................................45-58 Joey Jones .........................................................46-47 Assistant Coaches .............................................48-56 Support Staff .....................................................57-58 2015 Opponents ..........................................59-66 2014 Season In Review ................................67-86 Statistics/Results ...............................................68-70 Miscellanea .......................................................71-73 Team Game-By-Game Statistics ......................74 Game-By-Game Starters ...................................74 Individual Superlatives .....................................75 Individual Leaders ............................................75 Individual Game-By-Game Statistics ...............76 Team Superlatives.............................................77 Scoring Drive Summaries .................................78-79 Long Plays ........................................................80-81 Boxscores ..........................................................82-88 Records .......................................................89-126 Honors/Jaguars In The Pros ..............................90-91 Coaching History ..............................................91 All-Time Letterwinners ....................................92 Year-by-Year Results........................................93 Series Records vs. Four-Year Schools ..............94 Year-By-Year Statistics/Annual Season Leaders ...95 Team Game Records.........................................96-104 Team Season/Miscellaneous Records...............105-108 Individual Game Records .................................109-122 Individual Season Records................................123-125 Individual Career Records ................................126-128 Opponent Team Game Records ........................129-131 Oppponent Individual Game Records...............132-136 The University.............................................137-154 University of South Alabama ...........................138-140 President Dr. Tony Waldrop .............................141 Director of Athletics Joel Erdmann, Ph. D. ......142 Athletic Staff .....................................................143-45 Student-Athlete Academic Services .................146 NCAA Compliance ...........................................147 Sports Medicine ................................................148 Strength and Conditioning ................................149 Sun Belt Conference .........................................150 South Alabama Athletic Hall of Fame..............151-53 Ladd-Peebles Stadium ......................................154 2015 south alabama football GENERAL Name: University of South Alabama Location: Mobile, Ala. Founded: 1963 Enrollment: 16,055 Nickname: Jaguars Colors: Blue, Red and White Stadium (capacity): Ladd-Peebles Stadium (33,471) Surface: FieldTurf Press Box Phone: (251) 208-2677 Affiliation: NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference: Sun Belt President: Dr. Tony G. Waldrop (North Carolina ’74) NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative: Dr. John Smith (Berry [Ga.] College ’76) Athletics Director: Dr. Joel Erdmann (South Dakota State ’86) Athletic Office: (251) 460-7121 Athletics Ticket Office: (251) 461-1USA (1872) HISTORY First season of competition: 2009 First season of NCAA FBS/I-A transition: 2011 All-time Record: 37-28 (.569) Postseason Record (Last): 0-1 (2014) Last Postseason Appearance: L, 28-33 vs. Bowling Green (2014 Raycom Media Camellia Bowl) MEDIA RELATIONS Assistant Athletic Director/Football Contact: Brian Fremund Office: (251) 414-8032 Cell: (251) 623-3191 E-mail: bfremund@southalabama.edu Assistant Director/Secondary Football Contact: Charlie Nichols Office: (251) 414-8017 Cell: (251) 751-9788 E-mail: charlesnichols@southalabama.edu Assistant Directors: Kevin Beasley, Matt Horne, Zac Kennedy Administrative Assistant: Sonia Seals Office Fax: 251-460-7297 Mailing Address: University of South Alabama 5950 Old Shell Road Mitchell Center, Room 1209 Mobile, AL 36688 Athletics Website: www.usajaguars.com TEAM INFORMATION 2014 Overall Record: 6-7 (3-3 h / 3-3 r / 0-1 n) 2014 Conference Record (finish): 5-3 (tie-4th) Final 2014 Ranking: n/a Basic Offense: Multiple Spread Basic Defense: 4-2-5 Letterwinners Returning/Lost: 40/28 (offense 20/15, defense 18/12, specialists 2/1) Starters Returning/Lost: 7/17 (offense 3/8, defense 2/9, specialists 2/0) Returning Starters: Offense (3): Chris May (OL, Sr., 6-5, 290); Joseph Scelfo (OL, Jr., 6-1, 295); Danny Woodson II (WR, Sr., 6-1, 215) Defense (2): Roman Buchanan (S, Jr., 6-2, 210); Antonio Carter (CB, Sr., 5-8, 195) Special Teams (2): Brandon McKee (P, Jr., 6-1, 190); Aleem Sunanon (PK, Jr., 5-7, 170) Honors Candidates: TE Braedon Bowman, S Roman Buchanan, DE Jimmie Gipson III, OL Chris May, WR Danny Woodson II COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Joey Jones (Alabama ’89) Record at USA (years): 37-28 (6) Career Record (years): 40-35 (7) Best Time/Day To Contact Coach: contact SID Assistant Coaches: Mike Adams (Ball State ’98), nickelbacks Tim Bowens (Alabama ’00), running backs Tracy Buckhannon (Auburn ’03), linebackers Richard Owens (Louisville ’04), tight ends Travis Pearson (Alabama State ’97), def. coordinator/DBs Tyler Siskey (Troy ’00), wide receivers Chase Smith (Jacksonville State ’05), offensive line Brian Turner (Troy ’00), DL/recruiting coordinator Bryant Vincent (West Alabama ’98), off. coordinator/QBs Strength and conditioning coach: Justin Schwind (Texas State ’04) Director of operations: tba Video coordinator: Matt Haron (Nebraska ’12) Equipment operations manager: Jeff Bailey Football Trainers: Jinni Frisbey, Chad Stefano, Caleb Forehand, Trinity Lambuth Football Secretaries: Karen Barrick, Lisa Callaghan, Deb Robinson Football Office Phone: (251) 445-4004 RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Rushing: Xavier Johnson — 12 GP, 81-438, 5.4 avg, 1 TD Terrance Timmons — 13 GP, 75-403, 5.4 avg, 4 TDs Passing: Hunter Vaughn — 6 GP, 38-59-6, 342 yds, 1 TD, 98.35 rating Receiving: Danny Woodson II — 13 GP, 30-382, 12.7 avg, 4 TDs Braedon Bowman — 11 GP, 18-234, 13.0 avg Tackles: Roman Buchanan — 13 GP, 45-29—74 TT, 3½ TFL, 7 PBUs Antonio Carter — 12 GP, 37-17—54 TT, 1 TFL, 2 PBUs 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants 1

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2015 south alabama football MEDIA INFORMATION The 2015 South Alabama football media guide is designed to aid members of the media covering Jaguar football. We appreciate your coverage and if there is anything we can do to assist you, please contact the Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Brian Fremund at (251) 414-8032 or via e-mail at bfremund@southalabama.edu. The Athletic Media Relations Office has certain policies and procedures that we ask for you to abide by while covering South Alabama. These are for the benefit of your needs and those of the student-athletes and coaches. We ask that you please respect these requests in order to maintain a good working atmosphere for all parties involved. MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE The University of South Alabama Media Relations Office is located in Room 1209 of the Mitchell Center. HOME CREDENTIAL REQUESTS The South Alabama Athletics Media Relations Office will issue credentials to WORKING press only. Passes for spouses, children or friends will not be issued. These credentials are non-transferable and any unauthorized use of a credential will result in the pass being immediately revoked. All credential requests should be made in writing — either on company letterhead or via e-mail — by sports editors or directors of accredited media outlets. Requests should be made no later than 24 hours prior to the start of the desired contest. Credentials can be picked up the day before an event in the Athletic Media Relations Office. Any credentials obtained after that time may be picked up at Media Will Call, which is located outside the lobby of the main offices on the west side of Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Media Will Call will be open approximately two hours before the start of the event. Credential requests can be e-mailed to Fremund. ROAD CREDENTIAL REQUESTS Working members of the media who plan to cover South Alabama on the road are encouraged to make credential requests through the South Alabama Athletics Media Relations Office. VISITING RADIO All visiting radio crews can make credential requests either through the South Alabama Athletic Media Relations Office or through their normal media relations contact. After the request is made, space will be reserved for the visiting broadcast team. Two courtesy lines and an Ethernet port are available for each team, while additional or ISDN lines are available for a fee. PHOTOGRAPHERS Only photographers shooting for accredited media outlets or for the South Alabama Athletic Media Relations Office will be issued photo credentials and be allowed on the field. Photographers are allowed to shoot from the 25-yard line through the goal line and along the end zones. No photographers are permitted to shoot inside the team bench area on either sideline. Flash photography is PROHIBITED at LaddPeebles Stadium. PARKING Media parking will be available in the parking lot on the west side of Ladd-Peebles Stadium. News stations with uplink trucks MUST provide advance notice when bringing that equipment — satellite trucks will be parked inside the gate by the southwest corner of the stadium. GAMEDAY SERVICES The South Alabama Athletic Media Relations staff will be on hand to assist all media members covering Jaguar football. All customary gameday services will be available. All working members of the media will be provided with game notes, current statistics, rosters and game programs prior to kickoff. Statistical updates and a play-by-play summary will also be provided at the end of each quarter and at halftime. Power outlets, complementary telephone lines and a wireless Internet connection are available to all credentialed media members in the press box. The intent of the press box is to provide a working facility for the media, professional scouts and immediate game personnel. Family members, friends, guests and other non-credentialed people cannot be accommodated. Soft drinks, bottled water and a pregame meal will be available in the press box. PROFESSIONAL SCOUTS Professional scouts may request a single-game credential by submitting a written request via e-mail to the South Alabama Athletic Media Relations Office. PRACTICES The South Alabama Athletic Media Relations staff encourages coverage of Jaguar football outside of games. As a general rule, all practices are open to the media and the public. There may be instances, however, when all or part of a practice session is closed. Please contact Fremund in advance if you are interested in conducting interviews and/or attending a practice session, so an escort can be made available. INTERVIEWS In-person interviews with members of the coaching staff and student-athletes can be arranged by calling or e-mailing Fremund. Interviews with studentathletes MUST be arranged in advance through the Athletic Media Relations Office. Players are generally available 30 minutes before practice and immediately following practice. Phone interviews are also available, but will be arranged around the student-athletes’ class and practice schedules. Student-athletes’ phone numbers are not available under any circumstance. All phone interview requests must be made 24 hours prior. POSTGAME INTERVIEWS After a 10-minute cooling off period, requested players and coaches will be made available to members of the media. The Jaguar locker room is CLOSED both at home and on the road. Requested players and coaches will be escorted by a South Alabama Athletic Media Relations staff member to the designated interview area in the lobby of the main offices on the west side of Ladd-Pebbles Stadium. media information For road games, USA will adhere to the home team’s postgame policies and procedures. GAME NOTES A set of game notes will be made available before each contest. A copy of these game notes will be placed on the USA Athletic Department web page at www.usajaguars.com before each game and can be downloaded from there. The game notes can also be e-mailed upon request. PRESS BOX PHONE The press box phone number at Ladd-Peebles Stadium is (251) 208-2677. FAX, E-MAIL and INTERNET Media outlets may request to be included on the broadcast fax and e-mail lists to receive daily news regarding South Alabama football. To be added, contact the media relations office. For complete coverage of all 17 intercollegiate sports at South Alabama, point your web browser to www.usajaguars.com. Each week, news releases, game notes and statistics are updated. Media and fans can view player and coaches bios, schedules, results and the most comprehensive records and history pertaining to Jaguar athletics anywhere. 2015 schedule S5 Gardner-Webb Mobile S12 at Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. S19 at San Diego State San Diego, Calif. S26 North Carolina State Mobile O3 at Troy* Troy, Ala. O13 Arkansas State* Mobile O24 at Texas State* San Marcos, Texas N7 Idaho* (Hc) Mobile N12 Louisiana-Lafayette* Mobile N21 at Georgia State* Atlanta, Ga. N28 at Georgia Southern* Statesboro, Ga. D5 Appalachian State* Mobile * denotes Sun Belt Conference game (Hc) denotes Homecoming credits The 2015 University of South Alabma football media guide is a production of the Athletics Media Relations Office. Written and edited by Associate Athletic Director for Media Relations Brian Fremund using Adobe InDesign CS6. Additional editorial assistance provided by Kevin Beasley, Matt Horne, Charlie Nichols, Zac Kennedy and the football coaching staff. Photography was provided by John Adams, Karen Barrick, Michael Chang, Chip English, Bobby McDuffie, Brad Puckett, Nancy Scelfo and Jeff Tesney. Additional assistance and photography provided by opposing school media relations offices. 2 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants

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media information media relations staff COACHES TELEVISION/RADIO SHOWS Head coach Joey Jones will have both weekly television and radio shows that air throughout the season. The Joey Jones TV Show — which includes postgame analysis and highlights as well as features on coaches and student-athletes — is slated to air every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. (CT) on UTV 44 in Mobile, Pensacola and Ft. Walton Beach. The Joey Jones Radio Show, originating from Baumhower’s Wings Sports Grille on Airport Boulevard, is scheduled to once again air from 6-7 p.m. on WNTM 710 AM in Mobile as well as in Montgomery on WTXK 107.5 FM. JAGUAR FOOTBALL ON THE AIR All South Alabama football games will be broadcast live on radio as part of the efforts of Jaguar Sports Properties. As of press time, the flagship station and network affiliates for 2015 include: 2015 south alabama football jaguar football on the air event and coaches’ shows broadcasts. He also creates packages and maintains relationships with Jaguar Sports Properties sponsors. Greenwood — a Mobile native — joined the staff after working at WPMI-TV since 1997. After starting at the local station as a sports reporter, he added duties as a weekday morning anchor until assuming the title of Sports Director in 1999. Greenwood earned several awards during his time in sports, first receiving accolades for the best Alabama Associated Press sports story in 1999. He was also selected the AP’s Best Alabama Sportscaster in ‘01, was recognized for the organization’s Best Sports Program two years later and was named the Best Sportscaster by the Mobile Press Club in ‘04. He transitioned into news in 2007 as part of the “Local 15 Today” program that airs each weekday morning from 4:30-7 a.m. Greenwood earned his degree from Loyola (La.) in 1994. He and his wife Stephanie have four children; Madeleine, Robert, Grace Anne and Mary Linda. Tommy Hicks Hicks — a long-time beat writer covering Jaguar athletics — joined the radio crew for USA football prior to the start of the 2015 season and will serve as the sideline reporter during broadcasts. He has over 20 years of experience in Mobile, covering not only South Alabama’s programs but events and stories on a regional and national basis while also serving as a columnist. In his time at the Mobile Press-Register, Hicks was selected the Alabama Sportswriter of the Year on three occasions by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association and claimed the Alabama Sports Writers Association Herby Kirby Award for the best sports story of the year twice. The author of three books — including “Kickoff: The Story of South Alabama’s First Football Season” — Hicks was a sports reporter at the Anniston Star for nine years prior to coming to Mobile. He also served as a writer and editor at the Montgomery Advertiser, and was sports editor at both the Selma Times-Journal and Phenix Citizen since earning a degree in journalism and art from Troy. Hicks served as President of the Football Writers Association of America in 2011, and has filled the role on two occasions for the ASWA as well. Crabtree is in his second season as part of the South Alabama broadcasting crew as the halftime show host and engineer for all Jaguar football broadcasts. He previously worked with USA’s student radio station, The Prowl, as the Director of Sports for the 2013-14 academic school year, hosting two weekly sports shows in addition to providing commentary for a number of South Alabama games, including football, men’s basketball, baseball and softball. Crabtree was also responsible for selling sports sponsorships. Prior to working in radio, Crabtree spent three years on staff with The Vanguard, South Alabama’s student newspaper, including serving two years as an editor. He also has been a contributing writer for 247 Sports, covering Jag football practices as well as recruiting news. Born and raised in Mobile, Crabtree graduated from USA in the spring of 2014 with a degree in communication while minoring in history. JT Crabtree Brian Fremund Associate Athletic Director (Football, Men’s Golf) Office: 251-414-8032 Cell: 251-623-3191 E-mail: bfremund@southalabama.edu Charlie Nichols Assistant Director (Football Secondary, Baseball, Women’s Golf) Office: 251-414-8017 Cell: 251-751-9788 E-mail: charlesnichols@southalabama.edu Flagship WMXC 99.9 FM — Mobile, Pensacola, Gulfport/Biloxi Affiliates WBMH 106.1 FM — Grove Hill, Jackson WFMH 95.5 FM — Hamilton, Jasper, Tupelo (Miss.) WOAB 104.9 FM — Dothan, Enterprise, Ozark WVRV 101.5 FM — Montgomery, Prattville WVRV 97.5 FM — Troy In addition, all Jaguar football broadcasts will be available world-wide online and on all mobile devices at no charge via the iHeartRadio platform. ON-AIR TALENT J.D. Byars (play-by-play) and Pat Greenwood (analaysis) return for their second season calling South Alabama football action, and joining the two will be Tommy Hicks (sideline reporter) and JT Crabtree (engineer/halftime host). Kevin Beasley Assistant Director (Women’s Basketball, Volleyball) J.D. Byars Matt Horne Assistant Director (Men’s Basketball, Soccer , Men’s and Women’s Tennis) Zac Kennedy Assistant Director (Softball, Gameday Publications) Sports Properties. Byars was the Director of Broadcasting & Corporate Sponsorships at North Alabama for last threeplus years, where his main duties included producing, engineering and serving as the play-by-play voice for over 90 Lion athletic events each season. In addition to creating and establishing UNA’s radio network — which included all FM affiliates — and hiring and managing all on-air support staff, he created broadcast, signage, print promotion and web inventory for strategic sports sponsorship packages. Byars began hosting weekly television coaches’ shows for football and men’s basketball in 2009; he also served as creative producer for the shows, brokering air time for the programs as well. He first starting calling play-by-play action for Lion Athletics during the 1998-99 academic year. Byars, who earned his degree in communications arts from UNA, and his wife Beverly have one son Jake and one daughter Stella Beth. Pat Greenwood Pat Greenwood began in March 2014 as South Alabama’s Director of Multi-Media/Corporate Sales Executive. In addition to creating on-line producing video programming for the department’s official site, www.usajaguars.com and www.jagnation.tv, Greenwood supports and participates in Byars joined the South Alabama staff as Director of Broadcasting/ Corporate Sales Executive in January 2014. In his role, he is responsible for creating and producing radio and television broadcasts including events, coaches’ shows and special projects, as well as creating and maintaining sponsorship packages for Jaguar Sonia Seales Administrative Assistant 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants 3

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2015 south alabama football media contact information NEWSPAPERS Mobile Press Register/AL.com 401 N. Water St. Mobile, AL 36602 Mobilesports@al.com Mike Herndon, USA Beat Writer Herndon’s Cell: (251) 591-0915 Herndon’s E-mail: mherndon@al.com ELECTRONIC MEDIA — RADIO Jaguar Sports Properties University of South Alabama 6001 USA Drive South, Suite 35 Mobile, AL 36688 Fax: (251) 460-6505 J.D. Byars, Director of Broadcasting Byars’ Desk: (251) 461-1541 Byars’ Cell: (256) 627-7701 Byars’ E-mail: jdbyars@southalabama.edu Pat Greenwood, Director of Multi-Media Greenwood’s Desk: (251) 461-1545 Greenwood’s Cell: (251) 447-1265 Greenwood’s E-mail: patgreenwood@southalabama.edu media information ELECTRONIC MEDIA — TELEVISION WKRG-TV 5 (CBS) P.O. Box 160587 Mobile, AL 36616 Phone: (251) 662-3003 Fax: (251) 662-3071 Randy Patrick, Sports Director Patrick’s Cell: (251) 423-5256 Patrick’s E-mail: rpatrick@wkrg.com Lagniappe P.O. Box 3003 Mobile, AL 36652 Phone: (251) 450-4466 Mark Bryant, Sports Editor Bryant’s E-mail: sports@lagniappemobile.com Foley News P.O. Box 385 Foley, AL 36536 Phone: (251) 609-0279 Logan Janowski, Sports Editor Janowski’s E-mail: sports.editor@foleynews.org South Alabamian 1525 College Avenue P.O. Box 68 Jackson, AL 36545 Phone: (251) 246-4494 Rick Couch, Sports Editor Couch’s E-mail: southalabamiansports@gmail.com Pensacola News-Journal 101 E. Romano Street Pensacola, FL 32502 Phone: (850) 435-8517 Fax: (850) 435-8633 Brady Aymond, Sports Editor Aymond’s E-mail: BAymond@gannett.com Mississippi Press 906 Convent Avenue Pascagoula, MS 39567 Phone: (228) 934-1449 Fax: (228) 934-1474 Gareth Clary, Sports Editor WriteStuf Communications, LLC P.O. Box 8215 Mobile, AL 36689 Phone: (251) 604-0700 Darron Patterson, Sports Editor Patterson’s E-mail: writestuf@att.net The Vanguard (Campus) University of South Alabama Alpha Hall South Room 305 Mobile, AL 36688 Phone: (251) 460-6442 Fax: (251) 414-8293 Mary Alice Wilson, Sports Editor Wilson’s E-mail: Mw1221@jagmail.southalabama.edu WIRE SERVICES Associated Press 201 Monroe Street Montgomery, AL 36104 Phone: (334) 262-5947 Fax: (334) 265-7177 John Zenor, Sports Writer Zenor Cell: (334) 467-9454 Zenor’s E-mail: jzenor@ap.org WNSP-FM 105.5 Radio 1100 Dauphin St., Suite E Mobile, AL 36604 Phone: (251) 438-5460 Call-in: (251) 694-1055, (888) 560-9754 Fax: (251) 438-5462 Randy Kennedy, Program Director Kennedy’s Cell: (251) 599-7510 Kennedy’s E-mail: randy@dotcom1.net Lee Shirvanian, Sports Director Shirvanian’s Cell: (251) 725-7786 Shirvanian’s E-mail: lee@wnsp.com 1450 ESPN Pensacola 1601 North Pace Boulevard Pensacola, FL 32505 Phone: (850) 438-4982 Call-in: (855) 444-3776 Paul Chestnutt, Producer/Reporter Chestnutt’s E-Mail: paul@espnpensacola.com 8730 Sports Media Network 1017 Antigua Circle Pensacola, FL 32506 Phone: (850) 458-2369 Call-in: (850) 549-3506 Paul Marini, President/CEO Marini’s E-Mail: 8730sports@gmail.com The Prowl (Campus) University of South Alabama Department of Communication ATTN: The Prowl 6021 USA Drive South, CB 108 Mobile, AL 36688-0002 Studio: (251) 460-7471 Fax: (251) 380-2850 Adam Shubert, Sports Director Shubert’s E-mail: adamshubert@me.com WALA-TV 10 (FOX) P.O. Box 1548 Mobile, AL 36601 Phone: (251) 434-1082 Fax: (251) 434-1023 Michael Brannon, Sports Director Brannon’s Cell: (251) 599-8398 Brannon’s E-mail: michael.brannon@fox10tv.com WPMI-TV 15 (NBC) P.O. Box 9038 Mobile, AL 36691 Phone: (251) 652-1272 Fax: (251) 602-1550 Paxton Boyd, Sports Director Boyd’s Cell: (251) 377-9652 Boyd’s E-mail: plboyd@sbgtv.com WEAR-TV 3 (ABC) 4990 Mobile Highway Pensacola, FL 32506 Phone: (850) 455-4599 Fax: (850) 455-8972 Dan Shugart, Sports Director Shugart’s Cell: (850) 723-9160 Shugart’s E-mail: dshugart@sbgnet.com Steve Nissim, Sports Reporter Nissim’s Cell: (850) 723-9112 Nissim’s E-mail: snissim@sbgnet.com NOTE: This is not meant to be a complete list of all South Alabama information outlets. We have listed those who, on a regular basis, cover Jaguar sports or carry USA sports information. 4 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants

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2015 south alabama football 2015 south alabama rosters ALPHABETICAL Acad./Ath. Class-Exp. Pos. Fr./Fr.-HS DL Fr./Fr.-HS OL Gr./Jr.-TR DE Jr./So.-1L DL Sr./Jr.-2L OL Sr./Jr.-JC RB Fr./Fr.-HS ILB Sr./Sr.-TR OL Sr./Sr.-1L TE Sr./Jr.-2L WR Jr./Jr.-2L S 5th/Sr.-2L TE So./So.-1L CB So./So.-1L DL Sr./Jr.-JC TE 5th/Sr.-2L CB Jr./So.-SQ DL Sr./Sr.-1L DL 5th/Sr.-TR QB Fr./Fr.-HS ILB Jr./So.-SQ DE/OLB So./Fr.-RS QB 5th/Sr.-TR ILB Sr./Jr.-JC CB Sr./Jr.-1L OL So./So.-TR OL Jr./Jr.-2L CB Sr./Sr.-TR TE So./Fr.-RS OL So./Fr.-RS OL Gr./Sr.-1L QB Jr./So.-SQ DE/OLB Sr./Jr.-2L OL Sr./Sr.-1L WR Sr./Sr.-1L DE/OLB Fr./Fr.-HS DE/OLB Sr./Sr.-1L CB 5th/Sr.-SQ DE/OLB 5th/Sr.-2L DL So./Fr.-RS OL So./Fr.-RS WR Sr./Jr.-TR ILB Sr./Jr.-SQ CB Jr./So.-TR DL Jr./So.-1L RB Jr./Jr.-JC CB Sr./Jr.-SQ DE/OLB Fr./Fr.-HS CB 5th/Sr.-1L DE/OLB 5th/Sr.-SQ WR Jr./So.-SQ S Jr./So.-1L OL Sr./Jr.-2L OL Sr./Jr.-TR WR Jr./Jr.-JC TE So./Fr.-RS WR 5th/Sr.-3L OL 5th/Sr.-2L CB Sr./Jr.-TR TE Jr./Jr.-2L P/PK Sr./Jr.-1L OL So./Fr.-RS CB 2015 jaguars NUMERICAL Hometown (High School / Previous School) Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola HS) Floral Park, N.Y. (Jireh Prep) Suffolk, Va. (Virginia Tech) Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Hillcrest HS) Hoover, Ala. (Hoover HS) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Arizona Western CC) Moultrie, Ga. (Colquitt County HS) Alexander City, Ala. (Alabama-Birmingham) Mesa, Ariz. (Scottsdale [Ariz.] CC) Hueytown, Ala. (Hueytown HS) Enterprise, Ala. (Daleville HS) Mobile, Ala. (Mississippi College) Opelika, Ala. (Opelika HS) Enterprise, Ala. (Enterprise HS) Miami, Fla. (Dodge City [Kan.] CC) Columbus, Ga. (Fort Scott [Kan.] CC) Birmingham, Ala. (Spain Park HS) Lafayette, La. (Hutchinson [Kan.] CC) Whittier, Calif. (Alabama-Birmingham) Kissimmee, Fla. (Haines City HS) Vienna, Ga. (Dooly County HS) Panama City, Fla. (Rutherford HS) Spanish Fort, Ala. (Texas Tech) Haines City, Fla. (Laney [Calif.] CC) Mandeville, La. (Mandeville HS) Satsuma, Ala. (Alabama-Birmingham) Hoover, Ala. (Hoover HS) Lithonia, Ga. (Alabama-Birmingham) Jupiter Farms, Fla. (Palm Beach Gardens HS) Decatur, Ga. (Decatur HS) Milton, Fla. (South Florida) Ocala, Fla. (Vanguard HS) Demopolis, Ala. (Demopolis HS) Calumet City, Ill. (North Dakota St. College of Science) Coldwater, Miss. (East Mississippi CC) Green Cove Springs, Fla. (Clay HS) Flowood, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC) Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola HS) McComb, Miss. (Fort Scott [Kan.] CC) Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Hillcrest HS) Spanish Fort, Ala. (Spanish Fort HS) Magee, Miss. (Alabama-Birmingham) Cincinnati, Ohio (Winton Woods HS) Mobile, Ala. (Belhaven [Miss.]) Tampa, Fla. (Chamberlain HS) Ackerman, Miss. (Itawamba [Miss.] CC) Thomasville, Ala. (Thomasville HS) Smiths Station, Ala. (Smiths Station HS) Abbeville, La. (Los Angeles Harbor CC) Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen HS) Pelham, Ala. (Pelham HS) Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen HS) Auburn, Ala. (Auburn HS) Hoover, Ala. (Alabama-Birmingham) Moss Point, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC) Orange Beach, Ala. (Gulf Shores HS) Tuscumbia, Ala. (Deshler HS) Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen HS) Opelika, Ala. (Birmingham-Southern) Cumming, Ga. (South Forsyth HS) Lithonia, Ga. (Stephenson HS) Winter Haven, Fla. (Winter Haven HS) No. 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 19 20 20 21 21 22 23 23 24 24 25 26 26 27 27 28 28 29 29 31 32 33 35 35 36 37 38 39 Name (Ht., Wt., Class, Pos.) Josh Magee (5-11, 170, Jr., WR) Jalen Thompson (6-0, 170, Fr., CB) Tyrone Williams (6-2, 200, Jr., WR) Quinton Lane (6-1, 185, Jr., CB) Terrance Timmons (5-7, 190, Sr., RB) Nigel Green (6-1, 170, Sr., CB) Chris Lewis (5-7, 180, Sr., WR) Malcolm Buggs (5-9, 195, So., CB) Marvin Shinn (6-2, 215, Sr., WR) Kalen Jackson (6-1, 200, Jr., ILB) Hunter Vaughn (6-2, 205, Jr., QB) Cody Clements (6-2, 200, Sr., QB) Devon Earl (5-10, 190, Jr., CB) D.J. Vinson (5-10, 205, Sr., WR) Chris Wilkerson (6-1, 185, R-Fr., S) Jeremy Reaves (5-11, 185, So., CB) Tyreis Thomas (5-10, 210, Jr., RB) Braedon Bowman (6-4, 240, Sr., TE) Terrance Slaughter (5-9, 200, Sr., S) Matt Floyd (6-2, 210, Sr., QB) JarMarkus Sims (6-1, 220, Fr., S) Gerald Everett (6-4, 225, Sr., TE) Tyree Turner (6-1, 280, Fr., DL) Quinton Dent (6-3, 170, Jr., CB) Antonio Carter (5-8, 195, Sr., CB) Claude Garrett (6-2, 210, Sr., WR) Cameron Broadnax (6-2, 195, Jr., WR) E.J. May (5-10, 185, Sr., CB) Nigel Lawrence (5-11, 180, Fr., CB) Evan Orth (6-2, 190, R-Fr., QB) Sean Grayer (6-2, 245, Fr., DE/OLB) Tony Ray Parnell (5-7, 160, Jr., WR) Bull Barge (5-10, 225, Fr., ILB) Danny Woodson II (6-1, 215, Sr., WR) Dallas Davis (6-2, 210, R-Fr., QB) Tavon Cox (6-3, 205, Fr., ILB) Nathan Sassaman (5-10, 185, Sr., WR) James Bynes (6-3, 230, Jr., TE) Cordivido Grice (6-0, 230, Sr., DE/OLB) Dami Ayoola (5-10, 200, Jr., RB) Roman Buchanan (6-2, 210, Jr., S) Milton Revell (5-8, 190, Jr., RB) Darian Mills (5-11, 180, R-Fr., CB) Martavious Stewart (5-10, 190, Jr., RB) Blake Dees (6-0, 235, Sr., ILB) Antonio London (6-0, 190, So., S) Christian Pearsall (5-11, 195, R-Fr., WR) Dee Tolbert (5-7, 175, R-Fr., WR) Rashaan Watson (5-10, 180, Fr., CB) Xavier Johnson (5-11, 180, So., RB) Chason Milner (6-3, 235, R-Fr., DE/OLB) Caleb Butler (6-4, 260, So., DL) Easton Marshall (6-1, 240, Jr., TE) Margo Reed (5-7, 175, Sr., CB) Raymoné Wiggins (6-1, 210, Sr., ILB) Berron Tyson (5-8, 180, So., RB) Deonta Moore (5-10, 195, R-Fr., RB) Jeffery Whatley (6-2, 265, Fr., DE) DeMarrion Buford-Hughes (6-5, 230, Sr., TE) Wade Forde (6-3, 210, So., DE/OLB) T’Qwan Robinson (6-1, 190, So., CB) Brandon McKee (6-1, 190, Jr., P/PK) No. 91 64 87 78 51 22 18 71 10 15 23 36 4 29 21 14 96 94 7 20 48 19 25 13 69 72 7 12 56 57 11 37 74 14 40 17 3 21 55 54 83 6 43 97 28 2 50 16 52 3 26 65 75 1 29 86 55 15 41 39 53 24 Name Roy Albritton Ryan Alexander Dewayne Alford Tre Alford Daniel Aust Dami Ayoola Bull Barge Cameron Blankenship Braedon Bowman Cameron Broadnax Roman Buchanan DeMarrion Buford-Hughes Malcolm Buggs Caleb Butler James Bynes Antonio Carter Jacob Chaffin Dondre Chanet Cody Clements Tavon Cox Jaylan Daniels Dallas Davis Blake Dees Quinton Dent John Dombrowski Lee Dufour Devon Earl Gerald Everett Corbin Finlayson Noah Fisher Matt Floyd Wade Forde Steven Foster Claude Garrett Jimmie Gipson III Sean Grayer Nigel Green Cordivido Grice DeMarion Harper Jackson Harris Sam Harris Kalen Jackson Marcus Jackson Kelan James Xavier Johnson Quinton Lane Luke Lanier Nigel Lawrence Akeem Lewis Chris Lewis Antonio London Harrison Louden Clay Machen Josh Magee Easton Marshall Parker Mason Chris May E.J. May Chris McConnell Brandon McKee Steve McKenzie Darian Mills Ht. 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-5 5-9 6-4 6-3 5-8 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-4 5-10 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-7 6-1 5-7 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-2 5-7 6-0 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-5 5-10 6-5 6-1 6-1 5-11 Wt. 335 275 245 280 280 200 225 305 240 195 210 230 195 260 230 195 275 295 200 195 205 210 235 170 275 285 190 225 295 290 210 210 305 210 255 240 170 230 290 295 165 200 190 255 180 185 215 180 250 180 190 295 310 170 240 195 290 185 200 190 305 180 6 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants

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2015 jaguars 2015 south alabama rosters No. 28 35 95 16 17 26 59 42 49 9 31 88 23 39 44 38 80 20 66 61 84 4 11 10 24 97 70 9 1 2 27 12 33 6 8 87 27 35 32 8 73 1 18 77 Name Chason Milner Deonta Moore Brad Murry Evan Orth Tony Ray Parnell Christian Pearsall Andrew Philon Grant Powell Demarius Rancifer Jeremy Reaves Margo Reed Ronnie Reed Milton Revell Carlos Robinson II John Robinson T’Qwan Robinson Kyle Sappington Nathan Sassaman Joseph Scelfo Carson Sharp BJ Shaw Marvin Shinn JarMarkus Sims Terrance Slaughter Martavious Stewart Aleem Sunanon Troy Thingstad Tyreis Thomas Jalen Thompson Terrance Timmons Dee Tolbert Tyree Turner Berron Tyson Hunter Vaughn D.J. Vinson Corliss Waitman Rashaan Watson Jeffery Whatley Raymoné Wiggins Chris Wilkerson Curtis Williams Tyrone Williams Danny Woodson II De’Arius Young Ht. 6-3 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-7 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-4 5-11 5-7 6-1 5-8 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-9 5-10 5-7 6-5 5-10 6-0 5-7 5-7 6-1 5-8 6-2 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-7 Wt. 235 195 310 190 160 195 225 225 210 185 175 190 190 210 215 190 230 185 295 230 310 215 220 200 190 170 275 210 170 190 175 280 180 205 205 185 180 265 210 185 290 200 215 310 Acad./Ath. Class-Exp. So./Fr.-RS So./Fr.-RS So./Fr.-RS So./Fr.-TR Sr./Jr.-JC So./Fr.-RS 5th/Sr.-1L Sr./Jr.-1L 5th/Sr.-1L So./So.-1L 5th/Sr.-1L So./Fr.-RS Sr./Jr.-TR Jr./So.-SQ Jr./So.-TR Jr./So.-SQ Sr./Jr.-TR 5th/Sr.-1L Sr./Jr.-2L Fr./Fr.-HS Sr./Jr.-JC 5th/Sr.-1L Fr./Fr.-HS 5th/Sr.-1L Sr./Jr.-TR Sr./Jr.-2L Fr./Fr.-HS Sr./Jr.-JC Fr./Fr.-HS 5th/Sr.-3L So./Fr.-RS Fr./Fr.-HS Jr./So.-1L Sr./Jr.-1L 5th/Sr.-TR So./Fr.-RS Fr./Fr.-HS Fr./Fr.-HS 5th/Sr.-SQ So./Fr.-RS Sr./Jr.-JC Sr./Jr.-JC 5th/Sr.-2L Sr./Jr.-JC Pos. DE/OLB RB DL QB WR WR ILB ILB ILB CB CB WR RB RB ILB CB TE WR OL LS DL WR S S RB PK OL RB CB RB WR DL RB QB WR P/PK CB DE ILB S OL WR WR OL 2015 south alabama football Hometown (High School / Previous School) Spanish Fort, Ala. (Spanish Fort HS) Owens Cross Roads, Ala. (Huntsville HS) Montgomery, Ala. (St. James School HS) Jacksonville, Fla. (Alabama-Birmingham) Davenport, Fla. (Laney [Calif.] CC) Mobile, Ala. (UMS-Wright HS) Silas, Ala. (Southern Choctaw HS) Germantown, Tenn. (Christian Brothers Academy) Pensacola, Fla. (Pearl River [Miss.] CC) Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola Catholic HS) Mobile, Ala. (LeFlore HS) McIntosh, Ala. (Saraland HS) Jacksonville, Fla. (Mercyhurst [Pa.]) Enterprise, Ala. (Enterprise HS) Hoover, Ala. (Alabama-Birmingham) Marietta, Ga. (Walton HS) Northport, Ala. (Alabama-Birmingham) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Classical Academy) Bogart, Ga. (North Oconee HS) Gulf Breeze, Fla. (Gulf Breeze HS) Hoover, Ala. (Eastern Arizona CC) Mobile, Ala. (Alabama) Dothan, Ala. (Dothan HS) Fairfield, Ala. (Savannah State) Birmingham, Ala. (Concordia [Ala.]) Orlando, Fla. (Olympia HS) Mobile, Ala. (St. Paul’s Episcopal School) Loves Park, Ill. (Dodge City [Kan.] CC) Mobile, Ala. (St. Paul’s Episcopal School) Mobile, Ala. (Davidson HS) Alabaster, Ala. (Thompson HS) Stockbridge, Ga. (Stockbridge HS) Mobile, Ala. (Baker HS) Robertsdale, Ala. (Butler [Kan.] CC) Pinson, Ala. (Alabama-Birmingham) Milton, Fla. (Milton HS) Largo, Fla. (Pinellas Park HS) Midland City, Ala. (Dale County HS) Mobile, Ala. (Memphis) Bessemer, Ala. (Bessemer City HS) Miami, Fla. (ASA [N.Y.] CC) Diamondhead, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC) Mobile, Ala. (Alabama) Cincinnati, Ohio (San Bernadino Valley [Calif.] CC) No. 39 40 41 42 43 44 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 55 56 57 59 61 64 65 66 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 77 78 80 83 84 86 87 87 88 91 94 95 96 97 97 Name (Ht., Wt., Class, Pos.) Carlos Robinson II (5-11, 210, So., RB) Jimmie Gipson III (6-0, 255, Sr., DE/OLB) Chris McConnell (6-5, 200, Jr., TE) Grant Powell (6-2, 225, Jr., ILB) Marcus Jackson (5-7, 190, Jr., CB) John Robinson (6-1, 215, So., ILB) Jaylan Daniels (6-3, 205, So., DE/OLB) Demarius Rancifer (6-4, 210, Sr., ILB) Luke Lanier (5-11, 215, Jr., DE/OLB) Daniel Aust (6-2, 280, Jr., OL) Akeem Lewis (6-2, 250, Sr., DE/OLB) Steve McKenzie (6-1, 305, Jr., OL) Jackson Harris (6-2, 295, R-Fr., OL) DeMarion Harper (6-3, 290, Sr., DL) Chris May (6-5, 290, Sr., OL) Corbin Finlayson (6-2, 295, R-Fr., OL) Noah Fisher (6-4, 290, R-Fr., OL) Andrew Philon (5-11, 225, Sr., ILB) Carson Sharp (6-3, 230, Fr., LS) Ryan Alexander (6-3, 275, Fr., OL) Harrison Louden (6-3, 295, So., OL) Joseph Scelfo (6-1, 295, Jr., OL) John Dombrowski (6-5, 275, Jr., OL) Troy Thingstad (6-5, 275, Fr., OL) Cameron Blankenship (6-5, 305, Sr., OL) Lee Dufour (6-4, 285, So., OL) Curtis Williams (6-5, 290, Jr., OL) Steven Foster (6-4, 305, Jr., OL) Clay Machen (6-4, 310, Jr., OL) De’Arius Young (6-7, 325, Jr., OL) Tre Alford (5-10, 280, So., DL) Kyle Sappington (6-4, 230, Jr., TE) Sam Harris (5-7, 165, R-Fr., WR) BJ Shaw (5-10, 310, Jr., DL) Parker Mason (5-11, 195, R-Fr., WR) Dewayne Alford (6-3, 245, Jr., DE) Corliss Waitman (6-2, 185, R-Fr., P/PK) Ronnie Reed (6-1, 190, R-Fr., WR) Roy Albritton (6-2, 335, Fr., DL) Dondre Chanet (6-1, 295, Sr., DL) Brad Murry (5-10, 310, R-Fr., DL) Jacob Chaffin (6-3, 275, So., DL) Kelan James (6-0, 255, So., DL) Aleem Sunanon (5-7, 170, Jr., PK) Coaching staff Head coach: Joey Jones (Alabama ’89), seventh season Assistant coaches: Mike Adams (Ball State ’98), nickelbacks, second season Tim Bowens (Alabama ’00), running backs, second season Tracy Buckhannon (Auburn ’03), linebackers, first season Richard Owens (Louisville ’04), tight ends, first season Travis Pearson (Alabama State ’97), defensive coordinator/defensive backs, third season Tyler Siskey (Troy ’00), wide receivers, first season Chase Smith (Jacksonville State ’05), offensive line, third season Brian Turner (Troy ’00), defensive line/recruiting coordinator, seventh season Bryant Vincent (West Alabama ’98), offensive coordinator/quarterbacks, fourth season Head strength and conditioning coach: Justin Schwind (Texas State ’04), seventh season Director of operations: tba Director of player personnel: Mark Hewes (South Alabama ’10), fifth season Director of football video: Matt Haron (Nebraska ’12), first season Equipment operations manager: Jeff Bailey, seventh season pronunciation guide Daniel Aust .............................................................................Awst Dami Ayoola ...........................................................................DAY-me i-YO-lah Braeden Bowman ....................................................................BRAY-den Jacob Chaffin ..........................................................................CHAFE-in Dondre Chanet ........................................................................DON-dray shah-NAY Tavon Cox...............................................................................TAY-vonn Lee Dufour ..............................................................................do-FOR Devon Earl ..............................................................................deh-VONN Wade Forde .............................................................................FOR-dee Cordivido Grice ......................................................................CORE-div-ih-do Kelan James ............................................................................KEY-lan Harrison Louden .....................................................................rhymes with ow Clay Machen ...........................................................................MATCH-en Darian Mills ............................................................................dah-RYE-an Chason Milner.........................................................................CHASE-son Andrew Philon ........................................................................FI-lonn Milton Revell ..........................................................................REE-vell Joseph Scelfo ..........................................................................SELL-foe Aleem Sunanon .......................................................................ah-LEEM sue-nah-NON Tyreis Thomas ........................................................................TIE-reese 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants 7

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2015 south alabama football 2015 preseason depth chart Offense (Multiple Spread) Z 4 — Marvin Shinn (6-2, 215, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) 20 — Nathan Sassaman (5-10, 185, Sr., Colorado Springs, Colo.) TE 10 — Braedon Bowman (6-4, 240, Sr., Mesa, Ariz.) 25 — Gerald Everett (6-4, 225, Sr., Lithonia, Ga.) LT 51 — Daniel Aust (6-2, 280, Jr., Hoover, Ala.) 57 — Noah Fisher (6-4, 290, R-Fr., Decatur, Ga.) LG 65 — Harrison Louden (6-3, 295, So., Mobile, Ala.) 75 — Clay Machen (6-4, 310, Jr., Auburn, Ala.) C 66 — Joseph Scelfo (6-1, 295, Jr., Bogart, Ga.) 72 — Lee Dufour (6-4, 285, So., Satsuma, Ala.) RG 71 — Cameron Blankenship (6-5, 305, Sr., Alexander City, Ala.) 74 — Steven Foster (6-4, 305, Jr., Demopolis, Ala.) RT 55 — Chris May (6-5, 290, Sr., Tuscumbia, Ala.) 69 — John Dombrowski (6-5, 275, Jr., Mandeville, La.) A 8 — D.J. Vinson (5-10, 205, Sr., Pinson, Ala.) 3 — Chris Lewis (5-7, 180, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) X 18 — Danny Woodson II (6-1, 215, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) 14 — Claude Garrett (6-2, 210, Sr., Calumet City, Ill.) QB 7 — Cody Clements (6-2, 200, Sr., Whittier, Calif.) 6 — Hunter Vaughn (6-2, 205, Jr., Robertsdale, Ala.) 11 — Matt Floyd (6-2, 210, Sr., Milton, Fla.) RB 2 — Terrance Timmons (5-7, 190, Sr., Theodore, Ala.) 22 — Dami Ayoola (5-10, 200, Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) 28 — Xavier Johnson (5-11, 180, So., Tampa, Fla.) 9 — Tyreis Thomas (5-10, 210, Jr., Loves Park, Ill.) CB N SS FS CB Mike Sam End DT NT Defense (4-2-5) Jack 2015 jaguars 40 — Jimmie Gipson III (6-0, 255, Sr., Coldwater, Miss.) 50 — Luke Lanier (5-11, 215, Jr., Thomasville, Ala.) 78 — Tre Alford (5-10, 280, So., Tuscaloosa, Ala.) 94 — Dondre Chanet (6-1, 295, Sr., Lafayette, La.) 29 — Caleb Butler (6-4, 260, So., Enterprise, Ala.) 55 — DeMarion Harper (6-3, 290, Sr., McComb, Miss.) 52 — Akeem Lewis (6-2, 250, Sr., Abbeville, La.) 28 — Chason Milner (6-3, 235, R-Fr., Spanish Fort, Ala.) 49 — Demarius Rancifer (6-4, 210, Sr., Pensacola, Fla.) 32 — Raymoné Wiggins (6-1, 210, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) 25 — Blake Dees (6-0, 235, Sr., Spanish Fort, Ala.) 59 — Andrew Philon (5-11, 225, Sr., Silas, Ala.) 31 — Margo Reed (5-7, 175, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) 13 — Quinton Dent (6-3, 170, Jr., Haines City, Fla.) 14 — Antonio Carter (5-8, 195, Sr., Columbus, Ga.) 7 — Devon Earl (5-10, 190, Jr., Hoover, Ala.) 23 — Roman Buchanan (6-2, 210, Jr., Enterprise, Ala.) 10 — Terrance Slaughter (5-9, 200, Sr., Fairfield, Ala.) 9 — Jeremy Reaves (5-11, 185, So., Pensacola, Fla.) 4 — Malcolm Buggs (5-9, 195, So., Opelika, Ala.) 15 — E.J. May (5-10, 185, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) 38 — T’Qwan Robinson (6-1, 190, So., Marietta, Ga.) Special Teams PK/FG PK/KO 97 — Aleem Sunanon (5-7, 170, Jr., Orlando, Fla.) 97 — Aleem Sunanon (5-7, 170, Jr., Orlando, Fla.) 87 — Corliss Waitman (6-2, 185, R-Fr., Milton, Fla.) P 39 — Brandon McKee (6-1, 190, Jr., Cumming, Ga.) 87 — Corliss Waitman (6-2, 185, R-Fr., Milton, Fla.) LS H KOR 61 — Carson Sharp (6-3, 230, Fr., Gulf Breeze, Fla.) 39 — Brandon McKee (6-1, 190, Jr., Cumming, Ga.) 17 — Tony Ray Parnell (5-7, 160, Jr., Davenport, Fla.) 28 — Xavier Johnson (5-11, 180, So., Tampa, Fla.) 2 — Terrance Timmons (5-7, 190, Sr., Theodore, Ala.) 14 — Claude Garrett (6-2, 210, Sr., Calumet City, Ill.) PR 14 — Claude Garrett (6-2, 210, Sr., Calumet City, Ill.) 3 — Chris Lewis (5-7, 180, Sr., Mobile, Ala.) 8 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants

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2015 jaguars tre alford 5-10 • 280 • dl sophomore • 1 letter tuscaloosa, ala. hillcrest high 2015 south alabama football 78 ing 23 snaps ... Graded out at 91 percent in victory over KSU Homecoming weekend ... Received an 82 percent mark after seeing action on 27 snaps in season finale, a win over Sun Belt Conference co-champion Louisiana-Lafayette. As A Freshman (2012): Sat out the year as a redshirt. High School Highlights: Earned two stars from both Scout.com and ESPN.com, was ranked 112th nationally among guards by the latter ... Ranked eighth among all guards in Alabama by ESPN.com as well ... Helped Alabama to a 31-12 victory in the AlabamaMississippi All-Star Classic following his senior season ... Lettered three years, starting the final two, at Hoover High ... Graded out at 93 percent in his two seasons as a starter, helping the Buccaneers rush for 4,997 yards during that stretch ... Was part of a team that finished 13-2 overall after falling in the title game of the state 6A playoffs by just one point ... An all-metro South selection by the Birmingham News after being credited with 107 knockdowns ... Earned the Coaches Award — given to the player that best exemplifies character and leadership on and off the field — in 2011 ... Helped the Buccaneers to a 13-1 record and the state 6A championship his sophomore season, while HHS went 13-1 and fell in a one-point decision in the state title contest the following fall. Personal: Full name is Jonathan Daniel Aust ... Born May 5, 1994, in Birmingham, Ala. ... Son of James and Rhonda Aust ... Favorite movie is “Stranger Than Fiction” ... Favorite books are the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy and “Fahrenheit 451” ... Favorite teams are the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins ... Favorite athlete is Peyton Manning ... Favorite musical group is The Killers ... Favorite foods are steak and pasta ... Favorite subject is history ... Enjoys reading, music and movies in his spare time ... Also recruited by Mississippi State, Navy, UAB and Rice ... Major is leisure studies. Jaguar Highlights: Slated to start at nose tackle following the conclusion of spring practice ... Was the defensive player honored with the “I Like To Practice” Award at the conclusion of spring drills. As A Redshirt Freshman (2014): Saw action in all 13 contests as a back-up on the interior of the defensive line ... Posted nine stops with one behind the line of scrimmage, broke up a pass and was credited with a quarterback hurry ... Credited with two solo stops against Bowling Green at the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl, the first time in his career he made more than one tackle ... Earned the coaches’ award for a big hit and had a quarterback pressure in victory over Georgia State ... Had a tackle for loss of four yards in win over Troy the following week ... Collected a stop in each of his first five contests, including a solo tackle in season-opening win at Kent State. As A Freshman (2013): Sat out the year as a redshirt. High School Highlights: A four-year letterwinner at Hillcrest High ... Helped the Patriots advance to the state 6A playoffs each season ... As a junior, was part of a squad that finished 12-1 — winning the region championship with a 7-0 mark — after advancing to the quarterfinals of the state playoffs ... HHS was the region runner-up, posting a 9-2 overall record, when he was a sophomore. Personal: Full name is Tre Kentrell Alford ... Born June 23, 1995, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. ... Son of Thomas and Delisa Alford ... Favorite movie is “Taken” ... Favorite team is the Washington Redskins ... Favorite subject is math ... An exercise science major. CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP S-A—TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds 2014 13 4-5—9 1.0-4 — CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles..........................2 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Solo Tackles ...........................2 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Tackles For Loss ....................1 vs. Troy, 10/24/14 Passes Broken Up ..................1 vs. Texas State, 11/15/14 Int — PD FF/FR 1 0/0 braedon bowman 6-4 • 240 • te senior • 1 letter mesa, ariz. scottsdale (ariz.) cc skyline high 10 Jaguar Highlights: Projected to start at tight end for the Jaguars this fall ... Sat out spring drills while recovering from injury, but still served as one of three captains for the Blue team in the annual spring contest. As A Junior (2014): Appeared in 11 contests with five starts, making four starts in a row before being injured on his lone reception on the Jaguars’ opening possession at South Carolina ... Caught 18 passes for 234 yards, ranking among the top five on the team in both categories, and was selected to the Sun Belt Conference All-Newcomer Team ... Recorded 15 receptions for 215 yards — both totals that were second on the squad — in Sun Belt Conference contests ... Had career highs of four catches for 81 yards in win over Texas State that made the Jags eligible to compete in a postseason bowl, including a career-long 45-yard reception that set up a game-tying touchdown on USA’s opening drive of the second half ... Earned the coaches’ weekly tight end honor for his efforts against the Bobcats ... Led the team in receiving yards against the Bobcats ... Caught three balls for 54 yards against Louisiana-Lafayette ... Tied for the team lead with a pair of receptions in Georgia State victory as well as at Arkansas State ... Also collected two catches in NCAA Division I debut at Kent State and against SBC champion Georgia Southern, earning the coaches’ weekly award for tight ends. Junior College Highlights (2012-13): Named a first-team National Junior College Athletic Association All-American in 2013, adding first-team all-Western States Football League and all-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference honors ... Led the Fighting Artichokes with 66 receptions for 1,030 yards and 13 touchdowns, pacing the team with 78 points as well ... Opened the year with eight catches for 184 yards and two scores against Eastern Arizona CC ... Caught season-best nine passes for 142 yards in win over Snow (Utah) JC, matching that reception total in the WSFL championship contest against Mesa (Ariz.) CC ... Recorded seven receptions in rematch with Eastern Arizona as well as against Glendale (Ariz.) CC, posting 120 yards against the former ... Collected six catches for 103 yards in victory over New Mexico Military Institute ... Helped the Fighting Artichokes finish fourth in the final NJCAA poll after posting a 10-1 mark; after dropping its initial contest of the season, SCC won the WSFL title as well as the Valley of the Sun Bowl ... Had 24 receptions for 317 yards his freshman year, ranking third on the team in catches ... Caught season-high eight balls for 113 yards against GCC, while at Snow earlier in the year he had six receptions for 84 yards. daniel aust 6-2 • 280 • ol junior • 2 letters hoover, ala. hoover high 51 Jaguar Highlights: Ended spring practice listed as the projected starter at left tackle ... Helped the Red team to a 24-21 victory in the annual spring contest as the offense averaged 7.2 yards per play ... Chosen the program’s most improved offensive lineman at the end of spring practice. As A Sophomore (2014): Played in each of the first three games before suffering a season-ending injury. As A Redshirt Freshman (2013): Appeared in all 12 contests, recording an 87 percent grade while contributing both on offense and special teams ... Had a pair of knockdown blocks in his collegiate debut against Southern Utah, matching that total against Troy and Kent State ... Recorded season-high 92 percent grade in win at Tulane while play- 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants 9

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2015 south alabama football High School Highlights: Lettered two years in football, and one in both basketball and baseball at Skyline High. Personal: Full name is Braedon Dean Bowman ... Born Jan. 30, 1994, in Mesa, Ariz. ... Son of Warren Bowman and Laura Becker ... Is the second of four children ... Favorite movie is “Happy Gilmore” ... Favorite teams are the Arizona Cardinals and Oklahoma City Thunder ... Favorite athletes are Eric Decker and Larry Fitzgerald ... Favorite foods are steak, seafood and pasta ... Likes to hunt, fish and listen to music in his free time ... Would like to become a police officer ... Also recruited by Wyoming out of junior college ... Majoring in criminal justice. CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP No-Net Avg 2014 11 18-234 13.0 TD 0 Lg 45 Avg/G 21.3 2015 jaguars roman buchanan 6-2 • 210 • s junior • 2 letters enterprise, ala. daleville high 23 CAREER HIGHS Receptions ..............................4 vs. Texas State, 11/15/14 Yards Receiving .....................81 vs. Texas State, 11/15/14 Longest Reception .................45 vs. Texas State, 11/15/14 Jaguar Highlights: Should once again start at strong safety ... Selected preseason secondteam all-Sun Belt Conference by Athlon Sports and preseason fourth-team all-league by Phil Steele Publications ... Posted two stops and an interception in helping the Red team to a threepoint win in the Jags’ annual spring contest ... Made three tackles — including one for loss — and broke up a pass in the first spring scrimmage. cameron broadnax 6-2 • 195 • wr junior • 2 letters hueytown, ala. hueytown high 15 As A Sophomore (2014): Started every game at strong safety ... Finished third on the team with 74 total stops — a figure that included 3½ behind the line of scrimmage — and tied for second after breaking up seven passes ... Ranked among the top 30 in the Sun Belt Conference in tackles per game and the top 20 in passes defended per outing ... Posted a career-best nine stops on three occasions, including each of the Jaguars’ last two outings against Navy and Bowling Green at the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl ... Recorded three tackles for loss in those two contests, with two coming against the Midshipmen, and also broke up a pass against the Falcons ... First collected nine stops — forcing a fumble and breaking up a pass as well — in win over Georgia State to earn weekly coaches’ defensive back award ... Credited with seven tackles and a pass defensed in Appalachian State victory ... Made six stops in wins over both Troy and Texas State as well as at Arkansas State ... Posted five stops against Mississippi State and league champion Georgia Southern in USA’s first two home games of the year ... Had four tackles at South Carolina and in season-opening win at Kent State, picking up the coaches’ weekly award for a big hit against the latter ... Broke up a career-high two passes in victory at Idaho. As A Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 12 contests, making three starts at strong safety, his first year at the collegiate level ... Finished with 35 total tackles, three passes broken up and an interception ... Came off the bench to record five unassisted stops and a fourth-quarter interception that led to a field-goal and an eight-point lead in 41-39 win at Tulane ... Credited with four tackles — all solo — in first career start, a victory over Western Kentucky ... Equalled a career high with five stops at Tennessee as well as in Louisiana-Monroe win in November ... Recorded three tackles in back-to-back contests against Texas State and Arkansas State ... Finished with a pair of stops and broke up two passes in Homecoming victory over Kent State ... Collected two solo tackles in Georgia State win. High School Highlights: Earned two stars from Rivals.com after starting all four years at Daleville High in a program that won 29 games and qualified for postseason action on three occasions … Helped the Warhawks finish the 2012 regular season 9-0, winning the region championship and advancing to the state 3A playoffs … Selected first-team all-state by the Alabama Sports Writers Association and was voted the team’s most valuable player after posting 68 tackles, a total that included 18 stops for loss and seven sacks ... Forced eight fumbles, returned three fumbles for touchdowns and blocked three punts as well while also being named to the Daleville Sun-Courier “Elite 11” team ... On offense, recorded 23 catches for 533 yards and five touchdowns while rushing 18 times for 244 more yards and three scores ... Recorded more than 80 tackles as a junior, adding four passes defensed, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and a blocked kick to be named ASWA honorable mention all-state as well as the Warhawks’ defensive MVP ... DHS finished 8-3 his sophomore year after qualifying for the state playoffs, while as a freshman he helped the Warhawks to a 7-4 mark and a postseason berth ... Earned academic excellence awards each of his last two years ... Earned two letters in track, and one each in basketball and baseball as well. Personal: Full name is Roman Brandon Buchanan ... Born Sept. 4, 1994, in Daleville, Ala. ... Son of Johnny and Cerecia Buchanan ... Cousin, Deshea Townsend, was a four-year letterwinner at Alabama from 1994-97 who would go on to play 13 seasons in the National Football League ... Favorite movie is “Friday After Next” ... Favorite athletes are Ed Reed and LeBron James ... Favorite musical artist is T.I. ... Favorite food is shrimp ... Favorite subject is science ... Enjoys fishing, hunting and watching movies in his free time ... Also had offers from Southern Mississippi and UAB, and was recruited by Georgia Tech ... Majoring in exercise science. CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP S-A—TT TFL-Yds 2013 12 23-12—35 — 2014 13 45-29—74 3.5-6 Totals 25 68-41—109 3.5-6 Scks-Yds — — — Int 1-0 — 1-0 PD 4 7 11 FF/FR 0/0 1/0 1/0 Jaguar Highlights: One of three individuals recognized for making the most improvement in the strength and conditioning program at the end of the spring campaign ... Had a 23-yard reception for the Blue squad in the annual spring game ... In the second scrimmage of the spring, had a 20-yard touchdown catch, finishing with two receptions for 25 yards. As A Redshirt Sophomore (2014): Saw action in all 13 contests ... Finished the year with 10 catches for 95 yards, both career-high totals ... Set game career bests with three receptions for 49 yards with a 30-yard catch in win at Appalachian State ... Earned the coaches’ “War Daddy” award following the game ... Tied for the team lead with two receptions at Arkansas State ... Also made two catches for 20 yards against Mississippi State ... Recorded a reception in back-to-back outings against Texas State and South Carolina ... Caught pass for gain of four yards in Troy victory as well. As A Sophomore (2013): Was held out as a redshirt. As A Freshman (2012): Was the only true freshman on the roster to earn a letter ... Made an appearance in 11 of 13 contests ... Collected two receptions for 14 yards ... First career catch was for a gain of nine yards at North Carolina State ... In the Jaguars’ next outing, caught a five-yard pass at nationally-ranked Mississippi State. High School Highlights: A two-star recruit according to Rivals.com ... Rated among the top 10 wide receivers in Alabama by ESPN.com ... Had game-high totals with nine receptions for 63 yards in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic ... Caught 61 passes for 835 yards and 13 touchdowns at Hueytown HS his senior year, after transferring from Homewood High ... Efforts helped the Gophers finish 12-1 overall after reaching the semifinals of the state 5A playoffs; HHS went undefeated in claiming the region crown. Personal: Full name is Cameron Travon Broadnax ... Born March 25, 1993, in Birmingham, Ala. ... Son of Donovan Broadnax and Tarsha Corbitt ... Favorite movie is “Paid In Full” ... Favorite book is “Steve Jobs” ... Favorite athlete is O.J. Mayo ... Favorite musical artist is The Weeknd ... Favorite food is steak ... Favorite subject is theatre ... Also had offers from Middle Tennessee and UAB, and was recruited by Southern Mississippi as well ... A professional health sciences major. CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP No-Net Avg 2012 11 2-14 7.0 2014 13 10-95 9.5 Totals 24 12-109 9.1 TD 0 0 0 Lg 9 30 30 Avg/G 1.3 7.3 4.5 CAREER HIGHS Receptions ..............................3 at Appalachian State, 10/4/14 Yards Receiving .....................49 at Appalachian State, 10/4/14 Longest Reception .................30 at Appalachian State, 10/4/14 CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles.............................2 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Total Tackles.............................9, three times, last vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Solo Tackles ..............................7 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Tackles For Loss .......................2 vs. Navy, 11/28/14 Interceptions..............................1 at Tulane, 9/7/13 Passes Broken Up .....................2, twice, last at Idaho, 9/27/14 Forced Fumbles.........................1 vs. Georgia State, 10/18/14 10 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants

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2015 jaguars demarrion buford-hughes 6-5 • 230 • te senior • 2 letters mobile, ala. mississippi college davidson high 2015 south alabama football 36 malcolm buggs 5-9 • 195 • cb sophomore • 1 letter opelika, ala. opelika high 4 Jaguar Highlights: Could contribute both at tight end and on special teams covering punts ... Caught a 24-yard touchdown pass with eight minutes left in the annual spring game to help the Red team rally for a 24-21 victory. As A Junior (2014): Appeared in every game ... Made his first career catch against Bowling Green at the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl, an 18-yard reception for a touchdown in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter to draw the Jaguars within six points ... Posted a career-high six tackles as a part of the punt coverage unit, with five of those unassisted ... Had career-high-tying two stops at Arkansas State ... Also collected unassisted tackles in the bowl game, and at both Louisiana-Lafayette and Idaho ... Received the coaches’ special teams weekly award following victory over Texas State that clinched bowl eligibility for the program. As A Sophomore (2013): Played in all 12 games, primarily on the punt coverage unit ... Recorded five tackles, including a career-best two against both Texas State and Arkansas State ... Credited with a solo stop in win at Georgia State as well. Mississippi College Highlights (2011): Appeared in all 10 contests for the Choctaws as a true freshman, posting 24 receptions for a team-leading 647 yards and eight touchdowns as a wide receiver to earn honorable mention all-American Southwest Conference accolades ... Also ranked second on the squad in catches ... Caught four balls for a season-high 148 yards and a touchdown at East Texas Baptist ... The following week, recorded three catches for 132 yards and two scores, adding a 14-yard rush, in a 13-point victory over Howard Payne (Texas) ... In MC’s next outing, finished with a season-best five receptions for 132 yards and a pair of touchdowns at Sul Ross State (Texas) ... Collected five catches for 86 yards, reaching the end zone twice, in the season finale against No. 20 McMurry (Texas). High School Highlights: A three-year letterwinner at Davidson High, where he helped the Warriors to a 33-8 mark and three straight state 6A playoff berths ... As a senior, was part of a DHS squad that finished 12-2 after advancing to the semifinals of the state playoffs ... Warriors posted a 10-3 record, reaching the quarterfinals of the state playoffs, when he was a junior ... In his first season on the varsity, helped the team to the semifinals of the state playoffs en route to an 11-3 mark ... Also earned one letter in baseball and another in track. Personal: Full name is DeMarrion Cortez Buford-Hughes ... Born Feb. 18, 1993, in Mobile, Ala. ... Son of Preston Hughes III and Erica Buford ... Is the middle of five boys and one of six children ... Favorite movie is “Friday” ... Favorite books are all from “A Series of Unfortunate Events” ... Favorite team is the Los Angeles Lakers ... Favorite athletes are Kobe Bryant, Eric Reid and Chad Jones ... Favorite musical artists are Lil Wayne, Drake and Kevin Gates ... Likes fried chicken and Chinese food ... Favorite subject is math ... Likes to go deep sea fishing in his free time ... Would like to own a business in the future ... A leisure studies major. CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP No-Net Avg 2014 13 1-18 18.0 Totals 25 1-18 18.0 TD 1 1 Lg 18 18 Avg/G 1.4 0.7 Jaguar Highlights: One of two members of the special teams unit to receive the “I Like To Practice” award at the end of the spring campaign ... Listed as the backup nickelback on the preseason depth chart ... Credited with a solo stop for the Blue team in the annual spring game and had two tackles in the opening scrimmage of the spring. As A Freshman (2014): Appeared in 12 of 13 outings, playing primarily on special teams. High School Highlights: Received three stars from ESPN.com ... Also earned two stars from Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com ... ESPN.com rated him among the top 60 in Alabama, including second among safeties, while 247Sports.com had him ranked among the top 70 in the state ... Participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game following the conclusion of his senior season ... A three-year starter and letterwinner at Opelika High, serving as team captain his last two seasons ... Earned first-team all-area honors as a senior after recording 60 total tackles — including four for loss — and five passes defensed ... Helped the Bulldogs to a 7-3 finish and a berth in the state 6A playoffs his final fall ... Posted 74 stops, two interceptions and six passes broken up as a junior while leading OHS to a berth in the state championship game ... Credited with 22 tackles and a pass defensed as the Bulldogs advanced to postseason play when he was a sophomore ... Lettered in basketball and track as well. Personal: Full name is Malcolm Daniel Buggs ... Born Sept. 14, 1995, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. ... Son of Greg and Lisa Bedell ... Favorite movie is “Holes” ... Favorite teams are the Los Angeles Lakers, Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals ... Favorite athletes are Patrick Peterson and Tyrann Mathieu ... Favorite musical artists are Lil’ Boosie and Gucci Mane ... Also had a scholarship offer from Georgia Tech, and was recruited by Auburn, Vanderbilt, Oregon State and Troy ... A business administration major. caleb butler 6-4 • 260 • dl sophomore • 1 letter enterprise, ala. enterprise high 29 Jaguar Highlights: Enters the fall as the projected starter at defensive tackle ... A preseason fourth-team all-Sun Belt Conference choice by Phil Steele Publications ... Chosen the most improved defensive lineman at the end of spring practice ... Did not play in USA’s annual Red-Blue game, but collected four total tackles and a pass broken up in the second scrimmage of the spring and a solo stop to go along with a pass defensed in the first scrimmage the week before. As A Freshman (2014): Saw action in each of the last 11 contests, including making his first career start in the regular-season finale against Navy ... Posted 13 stops and recovered one fumble ... Also credited with a quarterback hurry ... Had career-high four tackles and recovered a fumble against the Midshipmen, and followed up by collecting three stops — including an assist behind the line of scrimmage — in the Jaguars’ postseason contest against Bowling Green at the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl ... Recorded three solo tackles in win at Idaho and made three stops again the following week in road victory over Appalachian State. High School Highlights: A two-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com ... Rated among the top 80 individuals in the Class of 2014 in the state by 247Sports.com ... Lettered for three years, starting the final two, at Enterprise HS ... Hon- CAREER HIGHS Receptions ..............................1 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Yards Receiving .....................18 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 TD Receptions .......................1 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Longest Reception .................18 vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants 11

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2015 south alabama football ors as a senior included being named first-team all-state by the Alabama Sports Writers Association — which also gave him honorable mention recognition on its Super 12 team — to the Dothan Eagle Super 12 team and the Southeast Sun’s defensive player of the year ... Posted 108 total tackles with four behind the line of scrimmage and 5½ sacks ... Also credited with 11 quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles, two passes broken up and a fumble recovery ... Was chosen a team captain after helping the Wildcats to six wins, including a first-round state 6A playoff victory over region champion Spain Park, while earning the program’s highest honor, the Foundation Award ... Was a member of the Southeast Sun’s Elite 11 team his junior season, helping EHS finish 7-4 after advancing to the state playoffs. Personal: Full name is Caleb James Butler ... Born Sept. 1, 1995, in Jackson, Miss. ... Son of Allen and Sally Butler ... Twin brother, Daniel, is a member of the football team at Furman ... Favorite books are the “Harry Bosch” series ... Favorite team is the Baltimore Ravens ... Favorite athlete is Tim Tebow ... Favorite musical artist is Drake ... Favorite subject is biology ... Likes to play chess, read and camp in his spare time ... Wants to attend medical school and become a doctor ... Was also recruited by Troy, UAB and Memphis ... A social work major. CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP S-A—TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds 2014 11 5-8—13 0.5-2 — CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles..........................4 vs. Navy, 11/28/14 Solo Tackles ...........................3 at Idaho, 9/27/14 Tackles For Loss ....................½ vs. Bowling Green, 12/20/14 Fumble Recoveries.................1 vs. Navy, 11/28/14 Int — PD FF/FR 0 0/1 2015 jaguars and recovered one ... Credited with a season-best nine stops against Coffeyville (Kan.) CC, and the following week posted eight tackles, an interception, two passes defended and a forced fumble in match-up with Dodge City (Kan.) CC ... Recorded seven tackles in games against nationally-ranked Tyler (Texas) JC and Arkansas Baptist in the season finale ... Collected five stops in back-to-back outings against Independence (Kan.) CC and Hutchinson (Kan.) CC, breaking up two passes against the former. High School Highlights: Lettered in football and track at Carver High, helping the team to a region championship all four years ... CHS won state title his freshman season. Personal: Full name is Antonio D. Carter ... Born Jan. 15, 1993, in Columbus, Ga. ... Son of Edward and Vanessa Carter ... Favorite athlete is Bob Sanders ... Favorite musical artist is T.I. ... Favorite food is chicken wings ... Favorite subject is physical education ... Also recruited by North Carolina State, Kentucky, Indiana, Northern Illinois, Toledo and Marshall out of junior college ... Earned his undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary studies, is working toward a second degree in exercise science. CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP S-A—TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds 2013 12 15-13—28 — — 2014 13 37-17—54 1.0-1 — Totals 25 52-30—82 1.0-1 — CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles..........................14 vs. Troy, 10/24/14 Solo Tackles ...........................8 vs. Troy, 10/24/14 Tackles For Loss ....................1 vs. Troy, 10/24/14 Passes Broken Up ..................2 at Georgia State, 11/30/13 Int — — — PD FF/FR 5 0/0 2 0/0 7 0/0 antonio carter 5-8 • 195 • cb senior • 2 letters columbus, ga. fort scott (kan.) cc carver high 14 dondre chanet 6-1 • 295 • dl senior • 1 letter lafayette, la. hutchinson (kan.) cc acadiana high 94 Jaguar Highlights: Will likely start at the nickelback position for the third year in a row ... Named preseason third-team all-Sun Belt Conference by Phil Steele Publications ... Selected the most improved safety by the USA coaching staff at the end of spring practice ... Credited with three stops for the victorious Red squad in the annual spring game, with one of those four yards behind the line of scrimmage ... Posted six stops in the Jaguars’ first spring scrimmage and five in the second as well. As A Junior (2014): Saw action in 12 of 13 games, starting 11 times ... Collected a career-high 54 total tackles and broke up a pair of passes ... Ranked fifth on the team with 37 solo stops ... Was fourth on the squad with 42 tackles in Sun Belt Conference contests ... Led the Jaguars with a career-best 14 stops in win over Troy, which included his first career tackle behind the line of scrimmage ... Shared the coaches’ weekly defensive back award following his performance against the Trojans ... Had seven stops — including six of the solo variety — in defeat of Texas State that made the Jags eligible for a postseason bowl game ... Credited with five stops in win at Appalachian State as well as against Mississippi State in USA’s home opener; he also broke up a pass in the match-up with the Bulldogs ... Posted four tackles at the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl against Bowling Green ... Also made four stops in back-to-back outings at Louisiana-Lafayette and Arkansas State, adding a pass defensed against the latter. As A Sophomore (2013): Started eight contests while appearing in all 12 his first season with the program ... Recorded 28 total stops and broke up five passes, tying for third on the team in the latter category ... Posted season-high five tackles in each of his first two starts at Tennessee and Troy ... Also credited with five stops — as well as a pass defensed — in victory over Louisiana-Monroe ... Recorded three solo tackles at Texas State and had three total stops the following week against Arkansas State ... Finished with a pair of tackles in wins over Tulane, Kent State and Louisiana-Lafayette, also breaking up a pass against the latter two ... Collected a career-best two passes broken up and an unassisted stop in Georgia State victory. Junior College Highlights (2012): Appeared in all nine contests at Fort Scott (Kan.) CC, finishing fifth on the team with 49 total stops (32 unassisted) ... That included making 2½ tackles for loss ... Was second on the squad after breaking up six passes, and he ran back his lone interception of the season 42 yards ... Also forced two fumbles Jaguar Highlights: Should see action as a backup nose tackle in the fall ... Recorded four tackles in the second scrimmage of the spring, and had an assisted stop for the Red in its three-point victory in the annual spring game. As A Junior (2014): Appeared in eight contests his first season with the program ... Made his collegiate debut in the Jaguars’ home opener against Mississippi State, going on to play in each of the next four contests as well ... Also made an appearance against Bowling Green at the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl. Junior College Highlights (2012-13): Posted 33 stops, with 3½ of those for loss, as a sophomore while earning second-team all-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference honors ... Also forced and recovered a fumble, and broke up one pass ... Efforts helped the Blue Dragons finish 17th in the season-ending National Junior College Athletic Association rankings following a 57-0 victory over Dakota College at Bottineau in the Salt City Bowl ... Credited with season-best seven tackles — all solo — including one behind the line of scrimmage against nationally-ranked Butler (Kan.) CC ... Recorded six stops and a fumble recovery in victory over Independence (Kan.) CC ... Collected four tackles in season-opening win over Coffeyville (Kan.) CC ... Played in seven contests as a freshman at Arizona Western CC, recording a season-high three stops in victories at Phoenix (Ariz.) CC and New Mexico Military Institute ... Was part of a Matador squad that ended the year seventh in the final NJCAA poll — going 8-2 overall — after earning a 42-37 win over Nassau (N.Y.) CC in the El Toro Bowl. High School Highlights: Prepped at Acadiana High, lettering for two years ... Helped the Rams claim the state 5A title his junior season, while AHS won its first-round state playoff contest when he was a senior. Personal: Full name is Dondre Jacobe Chanet ... Born Nov. 28, 1992, in Lafayette, La. ... Son of Donald Chanet and Terry Stacy ... Favorite movie is “Blade” ... Favorite book is “The Blind Side” ... Favorite team is the Indianapolis Colts ... Favorite athlete is Peyton Manning ... Favorite musical artists are Drake, Lil Wayne and Lil’ Boosie ... Favorite foods are crawfish and gumbo ... Favorite subjects are biology and physical education ... Likes to ride bikes in his free time ... Would like to become a police officer ... Had scholarship offers coming out of junior college from Troy, Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee, and was also recruited by Ball State ... Major is interdisciplinary studies. 12 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants

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2015 jaguars john dombrowski 6-5 • 275 • ol junior • 1 letter mandeville, la. mandeville high 2015 south alabama football 69 High School Highlights: Earned two stars from each of the three national recruiting services … Rated among the top 50 in the state by ESPN.com, including fifth among cornerbacks … Credited with a solo stop in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic, helping his squad win 21-16 … A three-year letterwinner at Hoover HS, earning a starting job his sophomore season — the Buccaneers posted a 42-3 overall mark during that span … Part of a team that won the state 6A championship – finishing with an undefeated 15-0 mark – his senior season … Named the Hoover area Athlete of the Year by the Birmingham News in 2012, and was first-team all-region and all-metro after posting 58 tackles including 8½ for loss, six interceptions and five other passes defended ... Also ran back punts for the Buccaneers, averaging 11 yards per return with a long of 51 yards ... Helped HHS advance to the title game of the state playoffs his junior and sophomore years ... Also the starting point guard for the Buccaneer basketball squad, lettering four times in the sport ... As a junior, helped lead HHS to a 31-5 record and the semifinals of the state 6A tournament. Personal: Full name is Kim Devon Earl ... Born Sept. 16, 1994, in Detroit, Mich. ... Son of Kim and Marie Earl ... Favorite movie is “Waist Deep” ... Favorite book is the Bible ... Favorite team is the Detroit Lions ... Favorite athletes are Charles Woodson and Kobe Bryant ... Favorite musical artists are Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q ... Favorite food is chicken ... Favorite subject is geometry ... Likes to play basketball in his spare time ... After career is over is interested in coaching and owning a business ... Also offered a scholarship from Southern Mississippi, Troy, Middle Tennessee and UAB ... Was recruited by LouisianaLafayette and Georgia State as well ... A leisure studies major. CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year GP S-A—TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds 2013 8 5-0—5 — — 2014 12 16-8—24 1.5-2 — Totals 20 21-8—29 1.5-2 — CAREER HIGHS Total Tackles..........................6 at South Carolina, 11/22/14 Solo Tackles ...........................5 at South Carolina, 11/22/14 Tackles For Loss ....................1 vs. Texas State, 11/15/14 Interceptions...........................1 at South Carolina, 11/22/14 Int. Return Yards....................28 at South Carolina, 11/22/14 Long Int. Return .....................28 at South Carolina, 11/22/14 Passes Broken Up ..................1 vs. Navy, 11/28/14 Fumble Recoveries.................1 at South Carolina, 11/22/14 Int — 1-28 1-28 PD FF/FR 0 0/0 2 0/1 2 0/1 Jaguar Highlights: Enters the season as the backup at right tackle ... Played for the Blue team in the annual spring game, helping the offense record 348 total yards and an average of 6.6 yards per snap. As A Sophomore (2014): Saw action in four contests ... Made his collegiate debut in the Jags’ victory at Appalachian State, participating in seven snaps as well as 10 field-goal and extra-point tries ... Also played in the first three games of November, at LouisianaLafayette and Arkansas State as well as win over Texas State that clinched bowl eligibility for the program. As A Redshirt Freshman (2013): Did not appear in a contest. As A Freshman (2012): Redshirted ... Named to the Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll. High School Highlights: Lettered in football for three years at Mandeville High ... Helped lead the Skippers to a berth in the state 5A playoffs each season, including a berth in the semifinals his senior season. Personal: Full name is John Alexander Dombrowski ... Born June 29, 1993, in Mandeville, La. ... Son of Jim and Sandy Dombrowski ... Father, Jim, was a four-year letterwinner at Virginia from 1982-85 — earning All-American honors on two occasions — before playing 11 seasons for the New Orleans Saints in the National Football League ... Favorite movie is “The Illusionist” ... Favorite books are “The Hobbit”, and the Harry Potter and Hunger Games series ... Favorite team is the New Orleans Saints ... Favorite subjects are history and languages ... In his free time likes to play games, watch movies and read ... Major is computer science. matt floyd 6-2 • 210 • qb senior • 1 letter milton, fla. south florida milton high 11 devon earl 5-10 • 190 • cb junior • 2 letters hoover, ala. hoover high 7 Jaguar Highlights: Should see time in the secondary — he enters the year listed as the backup nickelback — and on special teams ... Did not participate in spring practice while recovering from surgery. As A Sophomore (2014): Appeared in all but one contest, starting twice ... Posted 24 stops, including 1½ behind the line of scrimmage ... In first career start at South Carolina, recorded a career-best six stops — with five of those unassisted — as well as his first two takeaways as a Jaguar with an interception and a fumble recovery to end back-to-back second-quarter Gamecock possessions ... Earned the coaches’ weekly linebacker award after collecting four stops including an assist for loss in victory over Georgia State ... Credited with five tackles the following week in a win over Troy ... Only stop in Texas State victory — which made the Jaguars eligible to participate in a postseason bowl — was his first solo tackle behind the line ... First career pass broken up came in regular-season finale against Navy ... Finished with two tackles in season-opening win at Kent State as well as at Arkansas State. As A Freshman (2013): Saw action in eight games, recording five solo tackles ... Credited with career-best two stops at Tennessee ... First career tackle came in win at Tulane ... Also posted a stop at Troy and in Louisiana-Monroe victory. Jaguar Highlights: Begins preseason camp listed third on the depth chart at quarterback ... Tied the Red-Blue game with eight minutes remaining in the contest with a 24yard touchdown pass, finishing 8-of-17 for 88 yards to help the Red squad to the win ... Was 12-of-16 passing for 100 yards and three touchdowns in the second scrimmage of the spring season ... Completed 15-of-21 passes for 327 yards and a pair of scores in the opening scrimmage of the spring. As A Junior (2014): Appeared in five contests, making his first career start at Arkansas State ... Was 19-of-44 passing for 264 yards ... Completed 7-of-16 attempts for 85 yards in his Jaguar debut against Mississippi State ... Threw for a career-best 93 yards, going 4-of-8, after coming on in the second half at Louisiana-Lafayette ... Connected on 8-of-20 passes — both career-high totals — for 86 yards against the Red Wolves. South Florida Highlights (2011-13): Was a member of the Bulls’ program for three years ... Received the Freddie Solomon Community Spirit Award — honoring a collegiate football player from Florida or South Carolina each year that has impacted the lives of others through giving and community service — at the Premier Players of College Football banquet in 2013 ... Named to the American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team his final year and to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team in 2012 ... Selected team captain prior to the start of the 2013 campaign ... In eight career appearances over two seasons, completed 66-of-130 pass attempts for 538 yards ... Started the Bulls’ opener against McNeese State as a redshirt sophomore, going 9-of-20 for 72 yards ... Was 57-of-110 passing for 466 yards the previous fall, starting twice ... Connected on 20-of-35 attempts for 175 yards at Miami (Fla.) ... 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2015 south alabama football pass attempts and passing yards after going 21-of-39 for 176 yards at Cincinnati ... Was an early enrollee out of high school, sitting out the 2011 season while redshirting. High School Highlights: Started for three seasons at Milton High, recording 4,988 yards passing, 37 touchdown passes and 10 scores on the ground during his career ... Earned Super Senior honors and was named to the IMG Academy All-Madden team in 2010 ... Selected first-team all-area as a senior after leading the area with 2,277 passing yards, completing 150-of-272 attempts while throwing for 17 touchdowns ... That included throwing for 450 yards and five touchdowns in his final contest ... As a junior, posted 1,711 yards and 14 TDs while completing 112-of-205 passes to be named second-team all-area ... Recorded 1,000 passing yards and 10 scores — five passing, five rushing — his sophomore year ... Lettered in basketball and baseball as well for the Panthers. Personal: Full name is Matthew John David Floyd ... Born March 25, 1993, in Riverside, Calif. ... Son of David and Christel Floyd ... Sister, Ashley, lettered in softball at Troy in 2002 and ’03 ... Favorite movie is “Man of Steel” ... Favorite book is “Decision Points” by former President George W. Bush ... Favorite teams are the New Orleans Saints and Boston Red Sox ... Favorite athletes are Drew Brees and Peyton Manning ... Favorite foods are steak and potatoes ... Likes government classes ... Likes to mountain bike and read in his spare time ... Was an intern for United States Senator Marco Rubio ... Served as a little league football coach in the Milton area ... Was also recruited by Louisville, Central Florida, Southern Mississippi and Navy as a high-school senior ... Working toward his master’s degree in public administration. CAREER PASSING STATISTICS Year GP Eff. C-A-I 2014 5 79.55 19-44-3 Pct 43.2 Yds 264 TD Lg 0 50 Avg/G 52.8 2015 jaguars the nation at guard by the latter and 58th by the former ... Rated among the top 30 players overall — and fourth at guard — in Alabama by ESPN.com ... Part of team that earned 31-12 win in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic following his senior season ... Lettered for three years at Demopolis HS, starting every season ... A three-time all-county and Tuscaloosa News all-West Alabama honoree ... Was selected first-team 5A all-state by the Alabama Sports Writers Association his senior year after helping the Tigers finish second in the region with a 6-1 record as they would qualify for the state 5A playoffs ... Credited with 35 pancake blocks his final year ... DHS went 8-3 when he was a junior, winning the region with a 7-0 mark as well as a first-round state playoff game ... Helped the Tigers win the state championship his first season on the varsity, as they finished 12-2 after a 27-14 victory in the final ... Lettered in basketball as well. Personal: Full name is Steven Marion Foster ... Born Dec. 10, 1993, in Demopolis, Ala. ... Son of Steven Sr. and Ralene Foster ... Favorite movie is “300” ... Favorite books are the “Harry Potter” series ... Favorite teams are the New England Patriots, Houston Texans and Los Angeles Lakers ... Favorite athletes are Michael Jordan and Tim Tebow ... Favorite musical acts are Future, 2 Chainz, 2Pac and the Notorious B.I.G. ... Favorite foods are fried chicken, steak and shrimp ... Is interested in becoming a football coach at any level in the future ... Also received offers from Duke, Memphis and UAB, and was recruited by Mississippi, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Southern Mississippi ... Major is exercise science. claude garrett 14 CAREER HIGHS Completions ...........................8 at Arkansas State, 11/8/14 Pass Attempts .........................20 at Arkansas State, 11/8/14 Yards Passing .........................93 at Louisiana-Lafayette, 11/1/14 Longest Completion ...............50 at Arkansas State, 11/8/14 Rushing Attempts...................6 at Arkansas State, 11/8/14 Yards Rushing........................2, twice, last at Appalachian State, 10/4/14 Longest Rush .........................4 at Arkansas State, 11/8/14 Total Offense Atts ..................26 at Arkansas State, 11/8/14 Total Offense Yards ...............93 at Louisiana-Lafayette, 11/1/14 6-2 • 210 • wr senior • 1 letter calumet city, ill. north dakota st. college of science thornton fractional north high steven foster 6-4 • 305 • ol junior • 2 letters demopolis, ala. demopolis high 74 Jaguar Highlights: Enters fall camp list second on the depth chart at one of three receiver slots; also has the ability to return punts and kickoffs ... Played for the victorious Red squad in the annual spring game, making a 13-yard catch ... His 30-yard run in the contest was the team’s longest as well. As A Junior (2014): Made an appearance in every game ... Caught eight passes for 151 yards and a score, with seven of those coming in the first five outings of the season ... Also returned three kickoffs for 70 yards ... Had a pair of receptions twice, against Mississippi State in the Jaguars’ home opener and at Idaho ... Finished with a team-leading, career-high 78 yards against the Vandals, opened the scoring with a 51-yard catch late in the first quarter as USA would go on to win by 24 points, earning the coaches’ weekly wide receiver award for the performance ... Recorded a 14-yard catch in NCAA Division I debut to help the Jags begin the year with a defeat of Kent State ... Made a catch for 10 yards and ran back a kick for 30 in Appalachian State victory ... Returned two kicks for 40 yards against Bowling Green at the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl ... Also had receptions against Sun Belt Conference champion Georgia Southern and at South Carolina. Junior College Highlights (2012-13): Named first-team all-Midwest Football Conference his sophomore year ... Recorded 53 catches for 772 yards and four scores to rank in the top 20 nationally in receptions, receiving yards and yards per game ... Also returned 14 kickoffs for 336 yards and a touchdown, posting a total of 1,119 all-purpose yards ... Ended the season with 11 catches for 132 yards and a touchdown against Iowa Central CC ... Caught eight passes for a season-high 164 yards against Dakota College at Bottineau, while the following week posted 136 yards and two scores on seven receptions in a three-point victory over Ellsworth (Iowa) CC ... Finished with nine receptions for 95 yards against the College of DuPage, and had 91 yards on four catches in matchup with Iowa Western CC ... As a freshman, caught 23 passes for a team-leading 447 yards and five touchdowns ... Ran back 19 kickoffs for an additional 448 yards and a score, finishing second on the squad with 964 all-purpose yards in nine contests ... Posted season-high totals with seven receptions for 165 yards and two touchdowns against ECC ... Recorded 73 yards on four catches in matchup with ICCC. High School Highlights: Earned letters in football, basketball and track at Thornton Fractional North HS ... Set the Meteors’ career record for receptions ... Anchored both the 4x100- and 4x200-meter relay squads that finished eighth at the state 3A championships his senior year. Personal: Full name is Claude LaRoy Garrett ... Born July 12, 1994, in Chicago, Ill. ... Son of Roy Garrett and Phyllis Arthur ... Favorite movie is “Saving Private Ryan” ... Favorite book is “Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention” ... Favorite teams are the Chicago Bears, Bulls, Cubs and Blackhawks ... Favorite athletes are Derrick Rose, Miguel Cabrera and Calvin Johnson ... Favorite musical artists are Young Jeezy and Drake ... Enjoys Peruvian food, soul food Jaguar Highlights: Should once again see time up front at guard, entering the preseason listed as the backup on the right side ... Was not able to participate in spring drills while recovering from injury. As A Sophomore (2014): Played in 13 contests, making two starts ... In his first career start against Mississippi State in the Jaguars’ home opener, was on the field for 70 snaps, recording a season-best 80 percent mark along with a pair of knockdown blocks ... Started at Arkansas State, saw action on 65 plays ... Participated in 28 snaps against Sun Belt Conference champion Georgia Southern ... Contributed on 19 plays in win at Idaho and 17 in season-opening victory at Kent State. As A Redshirt Freshman (2013): Appeared in all 12 games, contributing on offense as well as field-goal/extra-point attempts ... Graded out at 87 percent overall, posting 13 knockdown blocks ... Received a perfect score on four occasions, including after playing 11 snaps in Louisiana-Monroe victory ... Earned 93 percent mark after seeing action for 20 plays at Troy ... Had a 92 percent grade at Texas State while taking part in 32 plays ... On the field for 24 snaps in win over Sun Belt Conference co-champion Louisiana-Lafayette, recording a grade of 85 percent ... Credited with multiple knockdowns against Troy, Kent State, TSU and Georgia State. As A Freshman (2012): Was a redshirt ... Earned the coaches’ scout team award on offense after the Louisiana-Monroe contest. High School Highlights: A three-star Scout.com and ESPN.com recruit, ranked 48th in 14 2014 raycom media camellia bowl participants

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