2012 “D2 vs NAIA Senior Bowl” Preseason All-American Football Teams

 CDFL Press Post- for immediate release

8/19/12, Southfields, New York

2011 D-2 team photo

 The 2012 “D2 vs NAIA Senior Bowl”

Preseason All-American Football Teams

Presented by the Collegiate Development Football League (CDFL), proud sponsors of the 2nd annual D2 vs NAIA Senior Bowl to be held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Saturday, December 15th , 2012, kickoff 1pm.

Visit www.playCDFL.com to learn more about our collegiate games and the upcoming Euro -American Challenge, EAC International Scout Bowl to be played in Warsaw, Poland on September 1, 2012. Our USA team features top players from the following 2011 CDFL sponsored collegiate all-star games (the “D3 Senior Classic, the “FCS Senior Scout Bowl” and the “D2 vs NAIA Senior Bowl Showcase”). The CDFL is dedicated to creating top quality showcase experiences for football players with a goal to get them a “second chance” scouting look. Watch the film trailer, “A Second Chance” to learn about our upcoming documentary film. Link- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nRni_F5eIg

(Note- Only graduating seniors in 2013 are eligible for this preseason team selection)



QB -Kevin Morton-Kutztown

RB-David Carter -Morehouse

RB-Joe Glendening-Hillsdale

RB-Daronte McNeill- Elizabeth City State

WR -Chris Bowden-Wingate

WR -Charles Johnson, Grand Valley State

WR-Isaiah Voegeli-Merrimack

TE -Brian Leonhardt- Bemidji State

OL-Garth Heikkinen- Minn-Duluth

OL-Rod Williams-Northwest Missouri

OL-Macon Allen-Missouri Western

OL-Tim Lelito-Grand Valley State

OT- Lamar Young- Delta State

K -Morgan Lineberry-Abilene Christian

AP-Jordan Simmons-Northwest Missouri

LS- Skylar West-Tusculum



LB -Deon Lacy-West Alabama

LB – Jordan Campbell-New Mexico Highlands

LB – Jason Catchings-East Central

LB – Cody Fleming-Shippensburg

DL-Tim Green -Lincoln

DL- Brandon Williams-Missouri Southern

DL- David Bass-Missouri Western

DL- Gus Toca-Pittsburg State

DB-Rontez Miles- California (Pa)

DB-Marvin Matthews –St Cloud

DB-Aaron Cornett-Wayne State

DB-Bernard Crawford-Kentucky state

P-Tyler Accardi-Colorado Mines



QB -Mitchell Gale-Abilene Christian

RB-Matt Willis-West Alabama

RB -Jon Woodson-Texas A&M, Kingsville

RB-Jordan Roberts-Charleston

WR -Tyler Steffan-Mary Univ.

WR – Ron Tubbs -Albany State

WR-Willie Epps –Southern Conn. St

TE-Joe Duncan-Dixie State

OL- Chris Bolte-Stonehill

OL -Ken Van Huele-Midwestern State

OL -Mike Coke-Morehouse

OL -William Chaffin-Southern Conn St

OL – Mesh Wokomaty-Valdosta State

K – Drew Behrens -Augustana

RET – Matt Wilmer-Fairmont State

LS- Randall Arbuckle-Midwestern State



LB – Scotland Foss-Western Oregon

LB – Jeremy Aguilar-Texas A&M, Kingsville

LB -Tony Leggett-Upper Iowa

LB – Fred Williams UNC-Pembroke

DE- Jonas Celian-West Virginia Wesleyan

DL-Tom Herd-New Haven

DL -Kevin Johnson -Mars Hill

DL-Vauchard Goodridge-Clark Atlanta

CB –Alex DiNolfi-Kutztown

DB- David Lopez-Pace

DB –Bernard Risco-New Haven

CB-Richie Schumacher-Truman

P -Randy Weich-Wayne State

PR -Cache Morgan-Dixie State

D2 Honorable Mention Next top 25

DL- Keifer Burke-Chadron State

DB- Bryce Peila- Western Oregon

LB- Grant Caserta-Saginaw Valley State

DB-Branden Williams -Edinboro

QB-Kameron Smith-Winston-Salem

QB – Ryan Osiecki-New Haven

QB- Brandon Kelsy-Midwestern State

OL- Mark Jackson – Glenville State

TE -David Cannon-Central Missouri

OL- Andy Nations -West Alabama

OL- Ryan Jensen- CSU-Pueblo

WR-Robert Holland-Chowan

RB- Rayon Simmons-Winona State

RB-Jarvis Smith- Henderson State

WR- Anthony Capasso-Ashland

OL- Kevin Poropat- Mercyhurst

OL- Zach Conklin- New Haven

WR- Marshall Davis-South Dakota Mines

LB- Demery Hawkins-Shorter

DL-Sterling Boylan-Black Hills

DB- Sam Kuck-Nebraska-Kearney

K-Rockne Belmonte-Northern Michigan

RET-James Langford – Shaw

P-Brian Gonzalez-East Central

DL-Roland Dampeer- Arkansas Tech

2011 NAIA team photo


NAIA Offense
First Team

QB- Jimmy Coy- St. Xavier
RB- Junior Allen-Bethany

RB- Chance Demarais-Carroll College

WR- Anthony Muilenburg -Dakota Wesleyan

WR- Shane Zackery- St. Xavier

WR- Chris Kordakis – Faulkner
TE- Cody Butts-Friends
OL- Will Hunter-Eastern Oregon
OL- Nathan Little-Dakota Wesleyan
OL- Brody Dixon -Marian

OL- Todd Misenhelter- Mid-America Nazarene

OL- Connor Goudreau-Carroll College

OL-Kendrick Rice- Langston
RET- Marcus Bratton- Virginia-Wise
K- Nick Knell-Rocky Mountain College

NAIA Defense
First Team

LB- Brody Kalbaugh – St.Francis (IN )
LB- Jamail Randle -Evangel
LB- Dontay Livingston-Texas College
LB- Zach Goebel-Georgetown(KY)
DL- Trevor Robinson -Central Methodist
DL- Luke Herndon-Southern Virginia
DE- Dexter Davis- Friends
DE-Jamal Autry- Webber International
DB- Nick Carlson- Midland
DB- Tony Goodman-Edward Waters
DB-Dominique Rogers-Trinity International
DB- Brian Strobel-Carroll College

P-Cody Parker- Georgetown (KY)

NAIA Offense
Second Team

QB- Adam Wiese-Marian
RB- Rob Brown-Union (KY)

RB- Brett Giesen-Kansas Wesleyan

RB- Stephan Silva-MSU Northern

WR-Caleb Cox- Kentucky Christian

WR-Robert Alden-Menlo

WR-Kyle Johnson- MSU-Northern

TE- Ken Eliacin-Valley City State
OL -Leonardo Barbossa-Webber International

OL- Carl Dynneson-Dickinson
OL- Nathan Nieuwendorp -Northwestern (IA)
OL-Doug Spacht-St. Francis (IL)

OL- Richard Lee-Texas College
RET- Austin Coleman-St. Francis (IN)
K-Austin Ledy- Southwestern

NAIA Defense
Second Team

LB- Chris Basch-Saint Mary
LB- Eric Liles-Dakota State
LB- Demery Hawkins-Shorter
LB- Jordan Lawson- Kentucky Christian
DL- Jordan Carlson-Northwestern (IA)
DL- Trevor Robinson – Central Methodist
DL- Doug Key-Georgetown
DE-Marcus Carter-Friends

DE-Jon Higgins- Grand View
DB- Nate Bruto- Ottawa
DB- Nathan Toon- Marian
DB- Dominique Rogers -Trinity International
DB- Colby Henderson- Morningside

P- Dylan McGuire-Benedictine

NAIA Honorable Mention- The next top 25

LB- Mike Barnaud- Dakota Wesleyan
RET- Cody Eiler- Nebraska Wesleyan

WR- Robert Adan-Menlo

RB- Cordarious Mann – Bethel

WR- Caleb Chaffin-Haskell
OL- Shaquille Roberson- Langston
OL – Mason Woods- William Penn
QB- Trevor Hoskins- Pikeville
WR-Shane Gizmo- Ottawa
RB- Brandon Smith- Northwestern (IA)

LB- Preston Bruss- Peru State
LB- Brett Kaczor -Nebraska Wesleyan

DL- Dan Brunke -Marian

AP- Patrick Cann-Bethel (TN)
DB- Jared Goforth-Morningside

TE-Cordell Simmons-Tabor

DL-Dennis Grossklas- Ave Maria

DB- Dantren Anderson- Mid-America Nazarene

DB – Jeff Kontz -Friends

RB- Fred Jones- Morningside

DB-Brendan Kelly- Cumberlands (KY)

QB- Mike Keese- St. Mary

QB-Mike Brinkley-Union

DL-Zach Van Deusen -Ottawa

TE- Chris Owens-Missouri Valley


The CDFL is a football organization devoted to providing skill development and game playing opportunities for post high school and post college players between the ages of 18-25. The CDFL is nationally recognized for its development of 3 Senior Collegiate level All-Star football games: the “D3 Senior Classic”, the “FCS Senior Scout Bowl“. and the” D2vsNAIA Senior Showcase” All are examples of the CDFL’s efforts to provide football scouting opportunities for players within this age range. Recently, the CDFL has expanded its efforts into Europe, providing post collegiate football opportunities for players to play, be scouted and sign professional contracts in the ever expanding European “American football” market.

In addition, the CDFL offers young men the opportunity to play and train for competitive football year round through its player centered summer league. The CDFL operations are focused to the following general format:

• December – May: CDFL sponsored Collegiate All star games, football clinics, 7-on-7 challenges, and player combines. Player Placement- College teams and Professional Leagues

• June – August: CDFL Mini-Camps and Regular Season games. Player Placement -Poland

• September – November: CDFL Elite Team Season vs Collegiate club level teams. Player Placement-Colleges and Professional Leagues

CDFL activities are open to all football players regardless of eligibility status and playing background.

CDFL Contact information – email; playCDFL@gmail.com. Phone 845-657-1070 mailing address PO Box 38, Southfields, New York, 10975

Contact person – George St Lawrence, Co-Founder and CEO of the Collegiate Development Football League





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