Former Tiger College Football Round Up

Former Tiger Charles Walker | Photo by Clay Jackson

Former Tiger Charles Walker | Photo by Clay Jackson

32 Former Tigers are now playing college football all across the country.  Starting now, each week, we will update you on how our favorite Former Tiger Football players are doing at the next level!  Good luck to each and every one of these guys as they take the next step in their careers this season.  They may be spread out and all over the place at different schools, but they have one common bond… they will always bleed Green and Gold!

Once A Tiger, Always A Tiger!

Kentucky Wildcats

Last Game: Win vs. Tennessee-Martin 59-14
Next Game: vs. Ohio, Saturday September 6 3:30 PM ET ESPNU

#25 – Patrick Sermersheim Safety FR-RS 5-11 170
#88 – Charles Walker Wide Receiver FR 5-11 195

Colorado State Rams

Last Game: Win vs. Colorado 31-17
Next Game: at Boise State, Saturday September 6 8:15 MT PM ESPN2

#12 – Deonte Clyburn Linebacker SO 6-1 22

Arkansas Razorbacks

Last Game: Loss at Auburn 21-45
Next Game: vs. Nicholls, Saturday September 6 4:00 PM SEC Network

#96 – Karl Roesler Defensive End FR-RS 6-1 255

Cincinnati Bearcats

Next Game: vs. Toledo, Friday September 12 7:00 PM ESPNU

#77 – John Kurtz Offensive Linemen FR 6-5 258

Army Black Knights

Next Game: vs. Buffalo, Saturday September 6 12:00 PM CBS Sports Network

#13 – Seth Combs Linebacker SO 6-0 218
Cedric Miller

Florida Gators

Next Game: vs. Eastern Michigan, Saturday September 6 4:00 PM SEC Network

#25 – Garrett Stephens Defensive Back FR-RS 5-9 188

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers

Last Game: Win vs. Bowling Green 59-31
Next Game: at Illinois, Saturday September 6 12:00 PM Big Ten Network

#45 – Jake Collins Kicker FR

Louisville Cardinals

Last Game: Win vs. Miami 31-13
Next Game: vs. Murray State, Saturday September 6 7:00 PM ESPN3

#36 – Luke Brohm Full Back JR-RS 6-1 231
#56 – Spencer Foy Linebacker FR 6-4 214
#65 – David Noltemeyer Offensive Linemen SR-RS 6-4 280
#67 – Andrew Polston Defensive Tackle JR-RS 6-6 282

Morehead State Eagles

Last Game: Loss at Richmond 10-55
Next Game: vs. Pikeville, Saturday September 6 6:00 PM

#15 – Austin Gahafer Quarterback SO 6-0 187
– 23/37 174 yards 1 Touchdown in loss at Richmond
#75 – CJ Phillips Offensive Linemen SO-RS 6-2 269
Malik Carr

Eastern Illinois

Last Game: Loss at Minnesota 20-42
Next Game: vs. Southern Illinois, Saturday September 6 6:00 PM WEIU TV

#67 – Austin Askin Offensive Linemen FR 6-7 282

Centre Colonels

Next Game: vs. Hanover, Saturday September 6 7:30 PM

#24 – Alex Mattingly Defensive Back JR 5-11 178
#88 – Sam Gray Tight End FR 6-4 236
#23 – Ryan Askin Defensive Back FR 5-9 178
#6 – Jake Johnson Wide Receiver JR 6-1 188

Lindsey Wilson Blue Raiders

Last Game: Win at Campbellsville 44-40
Next Game: vs. Reinhardt, Saturday September 6 1:30 PM

#87 – Corey Smith Tight End FR-RS 6-3 230
-1 reception for 4 yards in win over Campbellsville
#63 – Ryan Karrer Offensive Linemen FR 6-5 290
#44 – Treyveon Percell Running Back FR 5-9 195

Indianapolis Greyhounds

Next Game: at Saginaw Valley State, Saturday September 6 7:00 PM

#16 – Brad Schickel Kicker FR-RS 5-8 154
#95 – Tyler Polston Tight End FR-RS 6-3 236

Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers

Next Game: at Kentucky State, Thursday September 4 6:00 PM CT

#13 – Trey Beets Tight End JR 6-3 213

Dayton Flyers

Next Game: vs. Georgetown University, Saturday September 6 1:00 PM

#10 – Andrew McCormick Linebacker FR 6-1 210

Georgetown Tigers

Next Game: vs. Bethel, Saturday September 13 1:30 PM

Dekota Jones Defensive Back FR 5-8 195

Hanover Panthers

Next Game: at Centre, Saturday September 6 7:30 PM

#45 – Patrick Wilbourn Linebacker FR 5-11 200
#33 – Chris Amstutz Wide Receiver SO 6-1 179

Franklin Grizzlies

Next Game: at Illinois Wesleyan, Saturday September 6 2:00 PM

#88 – Zach Frizzell SE FR 6-3 175

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About Jacob Hayslip

Senior at Saint Xavier High School. Editor-In-Chief of WSTX Sports.

Posted on September 3, 2014, in Former Tigers. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. It’s really cool to see so many Tigers doing so well!

  2. It’s a shame how Lenny Broyles had a career ending injury. Would’ve been a big time player

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