Wednesday, January 13, 1971

Northeastern State 2010 Football Signings

Ryan Nolan QB 6-1 180 Mo. Southern Keys (Park Hill) H.S.

Joel Rockmore RB 5-7 185 Lake Worth, Texas H.S.
Jaimon Gilstrap RB 5-10 180 Tulsa East Central H.S.
Steven Hopper RB 6-0 195 Broken Arrow H.S.
Terrance Dixon RB 5-11 195 Sand Springs, H.S.

Kendall McKellum WR 6-2 195 Northern Iowa Tulsa Hale H.S.
Gionni Harris WR 5-9 170 Arkansas Tech Fayetteville H.S.
Shahpore Khalifeh WR 5-9 175 Henderson St. Joplin H.S.

Isikeli Cocker OL 6-2 290 Euless Trinity, Texas, H.S.
Dalton Duckett OL 6-1 320 Tulsa Union H.S.
Ethan James OL 6-5 295 Gore H.S.

Justin Buttlerfield DL 6-4 255 Bartlesville H.S.
James Renfrow DE 6-2 215 Broken Arrow H.S.
Ryan Thomas DE 6-3 215 Decatur, Texas, H.S.
Cole Johnson DE/LB 6-1 215 Tulsa Lincoln Christian H.S.
Joseph Alston DE 6-4 220 Berryhill H.S.
Keith Owens DE 6-2 215 McKinney Boyd H.S.

Chris Meyers LB 6-2 225 Kilgore JC Houston, Texas
Gus Jones LB/DE 6-3 235 OU Wagoner H.S

Travon Brooks DB 6-0 200 Emporia St. Muskogee H.S.
Derek Lowe CB 5-11 180 Wylie, Texas, H.S.
Langston Jones DB 6-2 195 Calisburg, Texas, H.S.
Travon Brooks DB 6-0 200 Emporia St. Muskogee H.S.

Dylan Taylor Ath. 5-9 180 Vian H.S.
Daryn Alves Ath. 5-10 180 Durant H.S.
Willie Hubbard Ath. 5-11 180 Euless Trinity, Texas, H.S

Drew Patton K 6-0 255 Fayetteville H.S.
Cody Lenz P 6-0 190 Trinity Valley JC Deer Park, Texas H.S.

Signees' Bios

Kendall McKellum , 6-2, 195, wide receiver: McKellum is a mid-term transfer from Northern Iowa University. He is Biology major and wants to attend medical school. At Tulsa's Hale High School, he was selected to play in the Football Coaches Association All-State game and was selected for the Jim Thorpe Game.

Ryan Nolan, 6-1, 180, quarterback: Transfer from Missouri Southern State University and played high school at Keys. An Education major, he was an All-District selection and an All-State selection at Keys High School.

Shahpore Khalifeh, 5-9, 175, wide receiver: Transfer from Henderson State, where he was a Gulf South All-Academic Team member. He was an All-Conference selection at Joplin High School.

Gionni Harris, 59-170, wide receiver: Transfer from Arkansas Tech, where he made 16 catches and scored 3 touchdowns a year ago. A Health and Human Performance major, Harris was an All-Conference selection and was a member of the Arkansas All-State team while at Fayetteville High School. He was a three-year starter and scored 57 touchdowns.

Gus Jones, 6-3, 235, linebacker/defensive end: Transfer from the University of Oklahoma, where he was redshirted. At Wagoner High School he was named the Male Athlete of the Year and was a member of the All-State team, while being selected the KJRH channel 2 player of the week .

Chris Myers, 6-2, 225, linebacker: Transfer from Kilgore Junior College. A Criminal Justice major, at Dickenson High School in Houston, Myers was an All-District selection and took park in the Space City Classic game.

Keith Owens, 6-2, 215, defensive end: Graduated high school at mid-term and enter Northeastern State in spring semester as a Business major. Owens was an All-District selection for McKinney ,Texas , High School. He was an Honorable mention Academic All-State selection.

Travon Brooks, 6-0, 200, defensive back: Transfer from Emporia State where he had 35 tackles and three interceptions last season. A Health and Human Performance major, at Muskogee High School, Brooks was an All-Conference, All-Area and All-State selection. He participated in the Oil Bowl in 2008.

Cody Lenz, 6-0, 190, punter: Transfer from Trinity Valley Junior College where he was a Southwest Junior College Football Conference All-Conference selection. He was also a pre-season All-American selection. A Criminal Justice major, while at Deer Park, Texas, High School, and Lenz was an All-District linebacker selection.

Dalton Duckett, 6-1, 320 offensive line: At Union High School he played in state championship game three times, winning back-to-back titles. He also participated in track and wrestling. Duckett was awarded Hit Man award for football.

Joseph Alston, 6-4, 220, defensive end: At Berryhill High School he was an All-District kicker of the year, played kin state championship game and was a state champion wrestler.

Derek Lowe, 5-11, 180, cornerback: At Wylie Texas High School, Lowe was an All-District selection and had 37 career starts, second most at Wylie, where the Pirates won the Class 5A 2008 state championship.

Daryn Alves, 5-10, 180, athlete: At Durant High School, was an honorable mention All-State selection, rushed for 1,517 yards his senior season, scoring 23 touchdowns. During his sophomore year he ran for 2,643 yards and scored 32 touchdowns and followed with 1,283 yards his junior season. He has rushed for 5,443 yards during his high school career, scoring 72 touchdowns.

Ryan Thomas, 6-3, 215, defensive end: At Decatur High School in Texas, Thomas was an All-District receiver and second team All-district defensive end his senior season.

Dylan Taylor, 5-9, 180, athlete: At Vian High School Taylor was an All-Conference, All-District selection and was named the Offensive Player of the Year by the Muskogee Phoenix newspaper. He was an All-State honorable mention selection.

Terrance Dixon, 5-11, 195, running back: At Sand Springs High School, Dixon was an All-State selection, Tulsa World Player of the week selection and was voted Sand Springs MVP. He was ranked the No. 2 running back in the state by the Tulsa World.

Steven Hopper, 6-0, 195, running back: While at Broken Arrow High School, Hopper broke the all-time career rushing record, most yards in one game and holds all the Broken Arrow rushing records. He is a three sport letter winner in football, basketball and track. Holds school record for high jump at 6-8.

James Renfrow, 6-2, 215, defensive end: At Broken Arrow High School his senior season was an All-District performer, played in the Oil Bowl Classic, was an Wendy's Heisman Award winner and was selected the defensive player of the game three times. He played in two state quarterfinal football games. He was an All-Frontier Conference selection in track and field and qualified for the state shot put competition.

Langston Jones, 6-2, 195, defensive back: At Calisburg (Texas) High School, Jones was a first team All-District selection at running back and linebacker and honorable mention All-State, while being named co-offensive and defensive MVP for the Wildcats. He was also an honorable mention lakes Conference basketball selection.

Ethan James, 6-5, 295, offensive lineman: At Gore High School, James was an All-District, and All-State selection. He will be playing for Oklahoma in the Oil Bowl Game on June 12th.

Jaimon Gilstrap, 5-10, 205, running back: At East Central High School Gilstrap was the district running back of the year, All-State selection, All-Metro selection, Football Classic Player of the Game and Army Strong Player of the Week. Played in the 2007 5A state championship game in which he kicked four extra points.

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