Eligibility Count for 2010: 77

Eligibility Count for 2010: 77


September 18, 2010

This is a list of all scholarship players for the 2010 season. Rodriguez does not publicly announce what walk-ons are awarded scholarships, so these are my best guesses.

UPDATES:

Added Kelvin Grady and John McColgan to the scholarship list.

Linebacker/defensive end Davion Rogers has left the team.

Defensive end Anthony Lalota has been granted his release to transfer.

Safety Vladimir Emilien has been granted his release to transfer.

Running back Austin White has been granted his release to transfer.

Cornerback Justin Turner has been granted his release to transfer.

Quarterback Conelius Jones did not qualify and will attend prep school.

Linebacker Antonio Kinard did not qualify and will attend prep school.

Cornerback Demar Dorsey did not get admitted and will attend Louisville.

Kicker Bryan Wright will not return for a fifth year.

Linebacker Brandon Smith has decided to transfer to Temple.

Donovan Warren has decided to forego his senior season to enter the 2010 NFL Draft.

REDSHIRT SENIORS = 8 (Final season 2010)
FB Mark Moundros
OT Perry Dorrestein
OG John Ferrara
OG Steve Schilling
DT Greg Banks
DE Adam Patterson
LB Obi Ezeh
LB Jonas Mouton
RB Benjamin Sutton
TE Mike Therman
OT Bryant Nowicki
S Nick Koenigsknecht
P Nick Berry

SENIORS = 4 (Final season 2010)
TE Martell Webb
DT Renaldo Sagesse
CB James Rogers
FS Troy Woolfolk

REDSHIRT JUNIORS = 9 (Final season 2011)
WR Junior Hemingway
WR Kelvin Grady
FB John McColgan
OT Mark Huyge
OC David Molk
DT Ryan Van Bergen
OLB Steve Watson
OLB Brandon Herron
FS Michael Williams
TE Jon Bills
OG Zac Ciullo
LS Tom Pomarico
DE Will Heininger
DT Dominique Ware
LB Rushdi Furrha
LB Kevin Leach
CB Tony Anderson
S Zach Johnson
S Doug Rogan
S Karl Tech
S Jared Van Slyke
S Jordan Reilly
K Scott Schrimscher

JUNIORS = 6 (Final season 2011)
RB Michael Shaw
SR Martavious Odoms
WR Darryl Stonum
TE Kevin Koger
DT Mike Martin
LB J.B. Fitzgerald

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORES = 10 (Final season 2012)
RB Mike Cox
SR Roy Roundtree
SR Terrence Robinson
TE Brandon Moore
OG Ricky Barnum
OC Rocko Khoury
OG Elliott Mealer
OT Patrick Omameh
LB Kenny Demens
CB J.T. Floyd
S Jordan Kovacs
QB Jack Kennedy
WR Patrick Collins
WR Elias Kos
OC George Morales
LB Paul Gyarmati
S Matt Cavanaugh
S Floyd Simmons

SOPHOMORES = 9 (Final season 2012)
QB Tate Forcier
QB Denard Robinson
RB Teric Jones
RB Vincent Smith
WR Je’Ron Stokes
DT William Campbell
OLB Craig Roh
S Brandin Hawthorne

REDSHIRT FRESHMEN = 10 (Final season 2013)
RB Fitzgerald Toussaint
SR Jeremy Gallon
OT Taylor Lewan
OT Michael Schofield
OG Quinton Washington
LB Isaiah Bell
LB Mike Jones
S Cameron Gordon
S Thomas Gordon
K Brendan Gibbons
QB Nader Furrha
RB O’Neil Swanson
FB Jonny Childers
SR Jordan Owens
WR Joe Reynolds
OL Adam Barker
OL Christian Brandt
OL Jareth Glanda
OL Erik Gunderson
OL Tom Lindley
DE Nathan Brink
CB Al Backey
LS Kurt Graman
K Seth Broekhuizen
K Eddie Murray
K Kris Pauloski

FRESHMEN = 23 (Final season 2013)
QB Devin Gardner
RB Stephen Hopkins
WR Jeremy Jackson
WR Ricardo Miller
WR Jerald Robinson
SR Drew Dileo
SR DJ Williamson
OL Christian Pace
DE Jibreel Black
DE Jordan Paskorz
DE Jake Ryan
DE Ken Wilkins
DT Richard Ash
DT Terry Talbott
LB Josh Furman
CB Courtney Avery
CB Cullen Christian
CB Terrence Talbott
S Carvin Johnson
S Marvin Robinson
S Ray Vinopal
P Will Hagerup

12 comments

  1. Comments: 21628
    Anonymous
    Nov 27, 2009 at 5:05 PM

    Very helpful summary of a key question.
    Think you counted Stokes twice. Coner not listed but clearly he will not be offered a 5th; same goes for Wright as two scholarship kickers is enough. That makes 26 available plus I think Kelvin Grady is not guaranteed (especially since his hands have developed that buttery coating), so 27 assuming we can still backdate two of the early enrolers to last year's class

  2. Comments: 21628
    Nov 27, 2009 at 5:49 PM

    I did count Stokes twice. Thanks for catching that.

    I didn't list David Cone because he walked with the seniors on Senior Day.

    I'm still counting Grady because, from what I heard, he was brought in as a scholarship player. That one's in the gray area, though.

  3. Comments: 21628
    JC
    Nov 28, 2009 at 4:31 PM

    Great work as always Magnus. This, if anything, should show the clear lack of upperclassmen depth on the roster. Hell, we don't even have that many scholarship players.

    Can't wait to see what this team looks like in another year or two..

  4. Comments: 21628
    Anonymous
    Nov 29, 2009 at 7:03 AM

    I heard over at Scout that Cameron Gordon is going to be playing linebacker next year according to their insiders. I think he has the tools to be a good linebacker. What do you think?

  5. Comments: 21628
    Anonymous
    Nov 30, 2009 at 4:04 PM

    Thanks for the helpful list, Magnus. One typo: redshirt sophomores last season is 2012, not 2011.

  6. Comments: 21628
    Nov 30, 2009 at 9:35 PM

    JC,
    Thanks.

  7. Comments: 21628
    Nov 30, 2009 at 9:37 PM

    Anonymous on November 29,
    I do think that Gordon can be a good linebacker. I've always heard that he had potential at wide receiver, so this is the first time that I've heard he's actually switching to the other side of the ball.

    That being said, I do think he could be a decent linebacker. Coach Rodriguez did say that they would be looking to switch a couple offensive guys over to the defensive side of the ball this offseason, so perhaps he was referring to Gordon. The ability is there, but I wouldn't expect Gordon to contribute anytime soon.

  8. Comments: 21628
    Nov 30, 2009 at 9:38 PM

    Anonymous on November 30,
    Typo has been fixed. Thanks for pointing it out.

  9. Comments: 21628
    George all in for Rich Rod and Michigan
    Dec 22, 2009 at 3:21 PM

    Are you sure Brandin Hawthorne and Vlad the Impaler are not going to get a redshirt? That would really be a shame. I for one am rooting for Hawthorne to be a starting LB next year.

  10. Comments: 21628
    Dec 22, 2009 at 3:24 PM

    They both appeared early in the season, so a possible redshirt would have to go through an appeal process to the NCAA. It's possible – both Kenny Demens and Junior Hemingway were awarded medical redshirts in 2008 – but at this point, I'm just counting them as sophomores. I'll move them around later if necessary.

  11. Comments: 21628
    Sep 15, 2010 at 7:04 PM

    What interests me most here is the departing Seniors and how the team is affected in '2011.

    offense:

    OT Perry Dorrestein
    OG John Ferrara
    OG Steve Schilling
    TE Martell Webb

    I had been thinking Schilling was replaceable, and still think that, but based on the early returns from 2010, he'll be missed. Dorrestein will be a loss also, but presumably not an enormous one with the young OTs ready to step in.

    Webb mostly backs up Koger and B.Moore can probably replace him.

    Overall – brilliant, with 9 out of 11 returning starters and reasonably experienced backups returning.

    Defense:

    DT Greg Banks
    DT Renaldo Sagesse
    DE Adam Patterson
    LB Obi Ezeh
    LB Jonas Mouton
    FB Mark Moundros (should be updated to LB)
    CB James Rogers

    The depth along the DL will be hit hard with the 3 seniors departing. The hope is that Campbell, Black, and other young players will be able to step in around Martin and RVB. The talent is solid here – no major worries. An impact recruit or two would be nice though.

    On defense, I thought Ezeh and Mouton would be missed but replacing them wouldn't be traumatic. Now, its looking like Mouton has taken a big step forward and Ezeh has improved a bit as well. Primary backups are Moundros (gone) and Leach. Jones was playing, but is now out for the year. LB will be a huge concern heading into 2011.

    In the secondary, Rodgers was considered irrelevant, but now he's the starting CB and appears to be holding up thusfar. Woolfolk (who can be lumped with the RS Juniors)
    will take his spot though, if he isn't moved to Safety.

    So 1 DL starter, 2 LBs, and we'll call Woolfolk a returning starter as well…so 8 out of 11 functional starters returning to the defense, plus a 2-deep that won't be so heavily dependent on freshman.

    Woo premature excitement! Now lets avoid any more transfers.

  12. Comments: 21628
    Anonymous
    Sep 16, 2010 at 6:53 PM

    Austin White?

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