Roster
# Name Pos Yr Ht Wt
52 Nathan Strickland OL/DL Sr. 6' 5" 300
77 Matthew Herrlein OL/DL Sr. 5' 11" 190
2 Jack McCool LB/WR Sr. 6' 2" 195
9 Seth Goodwin DE Sr. 6' 2" 180
10 Nicholas Warnement LB Sr. 5' 11" 180
12 William Porter QB Sr. 5' 10" 150
58 Grayson Owens OL/LB/DE Sr. 6' 3" 200
60 Amiri Brown OL/LB Sr. 5' 6" 180
67 Charles Connally OT Jr. 5' 9" 225
20 Ta'Jaun Perry-Elem RB Jr. 5' 3" 115
1 Zach McCoskrie CB/RB Sr. 5' 1" 160
3 Jake Reilly WR/S/LB Sr. 5' 9" 160
4 William Cantwell RB/LB Sr. 5' 10" 175
5 Liam Andersen WR/S So. 6' 0" 160
6 Jakore Harmon RB Sr. 5' 6" 180
8 James Brady S/WR Jr. 5' 11" 180
11 Brendan Rindfusz WR/S Jr. 6' 0" 155
15 Ben Porter WR Jr. 6' 0" 150
16 John Pius DL/CB Jr. 6' 2" 180
17 Jonah Garufi K/WR Jr. 5' 10" 155
18 Aidan Burnside DL/TE Jr. 6' 1" 185
19 Max Patterson WR/CB So. 5' 10" 155
21 Justin Knight LB Jr. 5' 9" 135
22 Pius Atubire RB/CB Jr. 5' 7" 155
23 Benjamin Mees CB Sr. 6' 0" 155
24 Porter Landefeld S Jr. 5' 9" 145
25 Jake Morgan CB/S So. 5' 6" 135
26 Sam Richardson LB/LB Jr. 5' 10" 160
28 Tyler Ege WR/CB Jr. 6' 0" 155
32 William Hurst LB/FB Jr. 5' 4" 160
33 Seth Roberts WR/S Jr. 5' 10" 145
34 Han Miller RB/CB So. 5' 8" 155
35 Robert Gay RB Jr. 5' 7" 120
40 Charlie Rowe LB/FB So. 5' 11" 155
41 Erick Villegas LB Sr. 5' 11" 170
42 Owen O'Neil LB Jr. 5' 10" 140
44 Sawyer Monticello LB Sr. 6' 0" 195
49 Jalen Fontillas CB Sr. 5' 9" 130
51 Cooper Albright OL/DL Sr. 5' 9" 210
54 Robert Bowman LB/OL Jr. 5' 11" 195
55 Dylan Hopper OL/DL Jr. 6' 1" 220
61 Joseph Purdy OL/DL Jr. 5' 11" 190
62 Justin Boyle OL Jr. 6' 0" 165
63 Sterling Moore OL Jr. 5' 10" 235
65 Eamon Schmidt OL Jr. 6' 1" 245
72 Donovan Thomas DL Jr. 5' 9" 280
73 Christian Mulumba OL/DL So. 5' 10" 200
76 John Vartanian OL/DL Sr. 5' 11" 275
81 Colby Distasio LB/TE So. 6' 1" 170
82 Oscar Concia LB So. 5' 10" 170
84 Evan Rotker TE/LB Jr. 6' 0" 180
87 Luis Alvarez CB Sr. 6' 1" 158
99 Henry Sergent DL/TE Jr. 6' 4" 185
7 Grant Wilson QB/WR Jr. 6' 3" 205
79 Josh Nammo OL/DL Sr. 6' 0" 310
45 Jacob Shore LB/DL Jr. 5' 11" 170
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