Ambitious and persistent, Chris Boles had to work through a tough series of injuries to get where he is today. A promising offensive lineman at 6"4', Chris is bringing his all to the game and showing us all how hard work can pay off.
Birthplace: Toledo, OH
Gregory Hankerson Jr.'s strong arm style is made for professional football. The Norfolk State starter threw for over 3,700 yards in only two seasons while also rushing for over 950 yards. Gregory's work-ethic and durability also were on display at Norfolk State as he showed steady improvement and was available when called upon. All of these traits are why Gregory Hankerson Jr. is poised to help your team.
Birthplace: Lauderdale Lakes, FL
School: Norfolk State
Darrin Peterson Jr. is a fast and dynamic receiver who spent the 2016 preseason with the Chicago Bears. This young man uses long strides to gain separation along the sidelines. He has soft hands and adept to catching the deep ball over the shoulder on a go route or in the numbers coming across the middle on a slant. Perterson is Liberty's all-time career leader in receptions (215), receiving yards (3,170 yards) and receiving touchdowns (27). He also finished his career as the program's all-time record holder with 15 career 100-yard receiving games. All these stats are in 46 games played, including 33 career starts.
Birthplace: Attalla, AL
Height: 6'5" Weight: 300 lbs. Connor Flagel has had a broad career at Central Missouri switching positions between DT in a 4-3 defense and DE in a 3-4 defense. With the constant changes in techniques and coaching, Connor Flagel has shown a high level of adaptability and coach-ability contributing to a successful defense. Placing within the top 5 of multiple categories for DT's for the testing at the NFL Combine, Connor Flagel clearly has the size, strength, and speed to outmatch his opponent on the line. Against the University of Nebraska Kearney, Connor Flagel lead the defense with the most tackles. He had 11 total tackles from the 4i DE position. Touted by Jim Svoboda saying, "Connor Flagel is an example of a guy who has gotten better year to year and plays with a chip on his shoulder and I still think he has a chip on his shoulder which is what makes him good."
Touted by Mike Stoops saying, "he can be the next Jevon Kearse", Dame Ndiaye is a very athletic and fast player. He played in 15 games at Portland State University from 2013-2014 at defensive end. In his first year he had 15 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, and was in on 5 sacks. He made a season-high eight tackles at Montana (10/5) with on tackle for loss. He also had 3 tackles, 1.5 for losses, a sack, and a forced fumble at Oregon State (8/30). Davond finished the year with 18 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, finished career with 10 sacks and 4 forced fumbles in two seasons. Due to coaching changes, he was switched to tight end his senior year at Portland State, where he was primarily a blocker. Davond Ndiaye is a very athletic player and was, also, a highly ranked high school basketball player with 2 cif championships and PAC-12 offers. Also, he was an all-county track star winning league championships in the 200 and 400 meters. Davond Ndiaye will have his Master's Degree completed in December of 2018 in Educational Leadership and Administration. University of Arizona 2011-2013, Portland State 2013-2015