Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
9 Joey Mazzone CB/RB Sr. 5' 10" 155
5 Joey Imperato RB/LB Sr. 5' 9" 185
4 Steven Risi WR/WR/LB Sr. 5' 11" 160
7 Liam Maison WR/TE/DL Sr. 6' 1" 190
54 Kevin Kendall OL/DL Sr. 6' 4" 225
52 Jon Tammaro OL/DE/DL Sr. 6' 3" 190
2 Dylan Sparks RB/LB Jr. 5' 9" 155
16 Liam Kelly WR/S/CB Sr. 5' 9" 155
19 Tyler Thompson LB/LB/TE Jr. 5' 10" 165
22 Matthew Benson RB/WR/LB So. 5' 10" 165
24 Ricky Carter CB/LB/RB Jr. 5' 10" 195
35 Matthew Osteguin LB Sr. 5' 10" 165
55 Jack Madaj OL/DL Jr. 6' 1" 185
73 Jack Sefchick OL Sr. 5' 10" 190
74 Trey Gustafson OL/DL Jr. 6' 0" 180
75 Michael Funk DL/OL Jr. 6' 0" 205
82 Aakash Girdhar WR/CB/DL Sr. 6' 4" 200
88 Erik Jilil WR/DE/CB Jr. 5' 11" 155
90 Marcus Lovett DL/OL Sr. 5' 10" 300
12 Tyler O'Reilly QB So.
28 Pierre Johnson WR/RB So.
17 James Pogorelc WR/DE So.
3 Christian Parana CB/WR/RB Sr.
1 Ben Condemi QB So.
6 Ethan Bernet RB/LB Jr.
8 Ethan Bae QB Sr.
10 Garrett Nelson WR/CB So.
11 B.J. Thapa CB/WR Jr.
13 Eric Persell WR/CB Sr.
14 DJ Huynh CB/WR Jr.
15 Jake DiLandro LB/WR Sr.
18 Daniel Morris WR/CB So.
20 Paul Jacobs CB/WR Jr.
21 Ali Musa RB/LB Jr.
23 Steven Sekar CB/WR Jr.
25 Tevon Brown CB/WR Sr.
26 Mario Gonzalez RB/LB So.
27 AJ Crews WR/CB So.
29 Carlex Tiemeni LB/RB So.
30 Joey Madaj CB/WR So.
31 Darius Clark WR/CB So.
33 Ryan Vandervate WR So.
34 Leo Clougherty WR So.
36 Lucas Hwostow LB/RB So.
37 James Felix RB/LB So.
38 Christian Morales CB/WR So.
40 Chris Youk WR/CB So.
41 Evan Carper WR So.
42 Ben Antayhua WR/CB So.
43 Will Hughes K So.
45 James Mau WR So.
47 Nick Gonzalez K So.
48 Nehal Khan QB So.
49 Connor Enders WR So.
51 Steven Frias-Santana OL/DL Sr.
53 Patrick Whittingham OL Jr.
56 Nathan De Paris OL Sr.
57 Zagros Rashidi OL Sr.
58 Grady Jones OL Jr.
59 Javier Leon OL Sr.
60 Andres Sagastume OL So.
61 Liam Reardon OL So.
62 Charlie Cavanagh OL Jr.
63 Denilson Moreno OL So.
64 Bryce Person OL Jr.
65 Jalen Coleman OL So.
66 Jack Kinerney OL So.
67 Nels Williams OL So.
68 Michael Burrell OL So.
69 Steven Morales OL Jr.
70 Eric Kwon OL So.
72 Abdelrahman Osman OL So.
77 Ryan Medlock OL So.
78 Luke VanDeVijer OL So.
80 Ryan Keating WR/LB So.
84 Rubin Rodriguez WR/CB So.
87 Muhib Kahn WR/DL So.
91 Raymond Schircliff DL/DE/OL Jr.
98 Cole VanDeVijer TE/DL Sr.
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