The 2013 “D3 Senior Classic” Preseason All-American Football Team

CDFL Press Post- for immediate release

9/3/13, Southfields, New York

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Collegiate Development Football League


The 2013 “D3 Senior Classic”

Preseason All-American Football Team

      The 2013 D3Preseason All- American football team is presented by the Collegiate Development Football League (CDFL).  The team is released on the eve of the College football season annually, as the final preseason poll.  Selections are determined through scouting contacts and player evaluations during the nine months leading up to the start of the 2013 season.  The CDFL is honored to showcase the 2013 preseason All-American players and to sponsor the fifth annual D3Senior Classicto be held in Salem, Virginia on Friday, December 13, 2013. The CDFL is a proud sponsor of all FCS, D2, D3 and NAIA
college football players, who often toil in obscurity, yet truly represent the fundamental ideals of college football.

The following senior players have earned a place of honor in college football for the 2013 season.  They represent the D3 level “top talent” for the upcoming college season and beyond. The CDFL staff wish them all, great memories, great games, and great success both on and off the gridiron.

In closing, these All- American players represent the talent pool that will be evaluated to comprise the 2013-2014 USA National team for International competitions.  The USA National team, is coached by former NFL quarterback Gus Ornstein (, and features players from the collegiate ranks who will compete against a team of European All-Stars in December 2013.  Last year’s EAC game was played in Warsaw, Poland, won by the USA, 34-7.  The second annual,” Euro-American Challenge International Scout Bowl” will be hosted by the United States in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Friday, December 20th , 2013, kickoff 7pm

To learn more about these players, the”D3Senior Classic”, and other CDFL events please visit: www.  Note : The FCS Senior Scout Bowl” the “D2 vs. NAIA Senior Bowl”, the D3 Senior Classic and the “ProGrass International Scout Bowl” are all supported by the Collegiate Development Football League. The CDFL is dedicated to creating top quality showcase experiences for football players with the goal to provide players a “second chance” scouting look to advance their playing career.

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

North Offense
First Team

QB- McCallum Foote, Middlebury

RB- Joel Sweeney, UW-Eau Claire

RB-  Melikke Van Alstyne, Framingham State

RB-  Evan Bunker, Trinity (CT)

WR- Brandon Boyle, Castleton State

WR- Caleb Voss, UW-Oshkosh

WR-John Babin, Cortland St.

TE-  Adam Carl, Augsburg

OG- Nathan Yelton, Coe

OL- Keith Lane, Illinois College

OT- Aaron Coeling, Wittenberg

OC- Kevin Battis,  St.John’s

OL- Aaron Ferreira, Framingham

RET- James Stanell, Hamilton

K-    Kevin Grady, Redlands

South Offense
First Team

QB-  Jonny West, Franklin

RB-  Trey Yocum, Monmouth (IL)

RB-  Joe Rollins, McDaniel

RB-  Elijah Hudson, Mary Hardin-Baylor

WR- Alex Baroffio, Wash. & Jeff.

WR- Kyle Linville, Franklin

WR- Alex Archer,Mississippi College

TE-  Vince Gabrys, Elmhurst

OT-  Armand Jenifer, Johns Hopkins

OG-  Nathan Cheek, Carnegie Mellon

OT-  Connor Hollenbeck, Wash. & Lee

OC-  Ben Cranston, Johns Hopkins

OG-  Andrew Webster, Trine

RET- Brad Vogel, Simpson

K-    Will Jeffcoat, LaGrange

North Defense
First Team

LB- Tremayne Williams,  St. Thomas

LB- Dom Forrest, Linfield

LB- Seth Mathis, Bethel

LB- Devin Worthington, Hobart

DE- Patrick Seesholtz, Otterbein

DT- Matt Fechko, Mount Union

DT- Brandon Dykstra, Wheaton

DE- Brynnan Hyland,  Linfield

CB- J.D. Mehlhorn, Bethel

DB- Andrew Kukesh,  Bates

DB- Andre Snead,  Wm. Paterson

S-    Hakeem Bourne-McFarlane,  Augsburg

P-    Garrett Maloney, St. Thomas

RET- Joe Paul,  Concordia (WI)
South Defense
First Team

LB- Evan Moog,  Christopher Newport

LB- Andre Carter,  LaGrange

LB- Erik Westerberg,  Augustana

LB- Ryan Billings, Wartburg

DT- Silvio Diaz,  Mary Hardin-Baylor

DT- Mychael Tuiasosopo,  Pacific Lutheran

DE- Brad Wade, Methodist

DE- Josh Fick,  North Central (Ill.)

CB-  Keith Villafranco, Mississippi College

CB- Zack Corpe, Franklin

CB- Andre Carter,  Salisbury

S-    Jonathan Petty,  Hardin-Simmons

P-    Michael Parks,  Franklin

North Offense
Second Team

QB- Keith Welch, Lewis & Clark

RB-  Derek Mortensen, Knox

RB- Cole Myhra, UW-Oshkosh

FB-  Bill Wetherbee,  Maine Maritime

WR-Brendon Foss, Minn.-Morris

WR- Jake Spalik, Brockport

WR- Stephen Asp, St. Olaf

TE-  Kenny Apostolakos,  Rochester

OG- Chris Edison,  Pacific Lutheran

OL- Andrew Pankow, Cal Lutheran

OT- Weston Kitley, Wabash

OL- Matt Kiefer,  Kean

OL-  Quentin Rembert, Heidelberg

RET- Vincent Minor, Cal Lutheran

K –   Zach Litchfield,  Wis.-Platteville

South Offense
Second team

QB- Matt Grimard,  Bethany (WV)

RB- Matthew Biggers, La Verne

RB-  Aaron Lighteard, Howard Payne

WR- Daniel Wodicka,  Johns Hopkins

WR- Dexter Russell, Greensboro

TE-  Garett Schuchart, Hardin-Simmons

OT- Will Ferrell,  Hampden-Sydney

OT-  Mike Garcia, ETBU

OL-  Jace Werkheiser,  North Central (Ill.)

OL-  Kyle Boden,  Emory & Henry

OL-  Montana Duncan, Mary Hardin Baylor

RET- Andrew Ouellette, Catholic

K-     Eric Eberle, Wash. & Jeff.

North Defense
Second Team

LB- Jordan Patterson,  Pacific Lutheran

LB- Tate Moore-Jacobs, Wilkes

LB- Ethan Lane,  Maranatha Baptist

LB- Kabongo Bukasa , Lycoming

DE- Ernest Wiggins, Husson

DL- Dylan Ditmer, Widener

DT- Tyler Steele,  Linfield

DE- Riley Dombek, St. Thomas

DB- Colin Masterson,Widener

S-     Drew Peterson, Albright

DB- Jake Bussani, Wesleyan (CT)

S-    Matt Mancino,  Montclair State

P-    Greg Tabar, Mt. St. Joseph

South Defense
Second Team

LB- Dylan Wolfenberger,  Maryville (TN)

LB- Julian Cinotti, Greensboro

LB- Peter Ford,  Louisiana Col.

LB- Geoffrey Miller,  Cornell College

DT- Terence Gavin, Wesley

DT- Alex Tripp, North Central (Ill.)

DE- Pat Seesholtz, Otterbein

DE- Dean Griffing,  Rose-Hulman

DB- Tarrel Owens, Ferrum

S-    Shane Dierking ,  North Central (Ill.)

DB- Kyle McNally, Texas Lutheran

CB-   Andrew Skalman, Washington U

P-    Wesley Franklin,  Ferrum

Honorable Mention-

QB- Josh Dean, Willamette

QB- Brendan Chambers,  Greenville

QB- Mason Espinosa, Ohio Wesleyan

QB- Luke Barthelmess, Lawrence

RB- Robert Small,  Anna Maria (CT)

RB- Jeffrey Dubose, Gustavus

OT- Keith Lane,  Illinois College

OL- Matt Shinn, Laverne

OL-  Ryan Flavio, Alfred

OL – Rob Kingerski, Wayneburg

OL-  Floyd Shafer,  Salve Regina

TE-  Michael Long, Muhlenberg

WR- Dave Mogilnicki, Ohio Wesleyan

WR- Jordan Fukumoto, Pacific (OR)

WR- Brendon Cunningham, Wittenberg

WR- Tyler Huber, UW- Whitewater

WR- Ryley Bailey, UW- Platteville

LB-  Jacob Carls, Eureka

LB-  Deontae  Bridgeman, Adrian

LB-  Jim DiLisio,  Delaware Valley

LB-  Kolin Sullivan, Kenyon

LB-  Jake Laux, MIT

LB-  Melvin Booker- Becker

S-     Jared Morris, Wesley

S-     Eddie Jewel,  Bridgewater State

S-    Bryan Gary, Waynesburg

DB- Santino DiCesare, Hope

CB-  Leon Jones,  Wesley

DB- Mike LaValley,  St. Scholastica

DB- Chadd Williamson, Heidelberg

DT- Brandon Felus,   Juniata

DL-  Brandon Fedorka, Waynesburg

DL-  Andrew Florentino, Ursinus

DL-  Matt Pattison,  Albright

P-    Eric Schaible,  Rose-Hulman

P-     Chad Peevey,  Mary Hardin Baylor

P-     Ethan Lane,  Maranatha Baptist

K-    Eric Kindler,  Wis.-Whitewater

K-    Tyler Keck,  Trine

RET- Taylor Irwin, Redlands

RET- Sean Hopkins, Wesley


The Collegiate Development Football league (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 four Collegiate All-Star football games; the “D3 Senior Classic”, the “FCS Senior Scout Bowl“, the” D2 vs. NAIA Senior Challenge” and the “ProGrass International Scout Bowl”.  In addition, on the eve of the College football season the CDFL releases its All American selections for the upcoming season.   Both efforts serve as examples of the CDFL’s efforts to provide football scouting opportunities for players to continue their careers beyond college.

In closing, the CDFL has created and sponsors the official, USA National Team which represents the sport of American football on the international level.   “Team America” will again represent the United States in 2013 in The second annual, “Euro -American Challenge International Scout Bowl” to be played in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Friday, December 20 , 2013, kickoff 7 pm.  Last year’s EAC game was played in Warsaw, Poland, won by the USA 34-7. This game represents the CDFL efforts to, provide post collegiate football opportunities for players to play, be scouted, and attain professional contracts in the ever expanding European “American football” market.

For additional information regarding the CDFL or this press release, please contact: George St Lawrence and/or Peter St Lawrence, Co-Founders of the Collegiate Development Football League and the CDFL Collegiate bowl game series.


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Phone 845-657-1070

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