Campbellsville’s Warrenhuffman, Brewer named among NAIA Super 72
June 30, 2011By Steve Blake of CKYSports
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. - Returning Campbellsville University returning football players Stan Warrenhuffman and Gerwan Brewer have been named two of the best players in the NAIA for their position, the Victory Sports Network announced June 23. The duo have been selected to the Super 72, a list of the top NAIA football players by position.
"The NAIA is loaded with talent this year," said Jason Dannelly, owner and founder of the Victory Sports Network. "There is an incredible amount of returning All-Conference and All-American players this season. Each conference is stacked with talent making the upcoming regular season extremely exciting."
VSN ranks Warrenhuffman as the No. 4 wide receiver in the NAIA and top in the Mid-South Conference. The 6-foot-4 senior from Cincinnati, Ohio, who is already attracting some NFL attention, will enter the 2011 season with a handful of CU records in his reach. In 2010, Warrenhuffman broke the single-season receptions record with 56 and had seven touchdowns.
Brewer, an upcoming sophomore from Louisville, Ky., is ranked preseason as the No. 2 return man in the NAIA and Mid-South Conference behind Cumberland University's Daniel Dayton.
Brewer was named the MSC East Division Offensive Freshman of the Year in 2010 after collecting 1,243 all-purpose yards. He averaged 30.2 yards per kick return, the fourth best in the NAIA and was ranked in the NAIA Top 20 for total kickoff return yards last season with 543 yards on 18 attempts. His longest was a 73-yard return against Cumberland in the third game of his collegiate career.
A total of 17 players from the Mid-South Conference were named to the Super 72.
"Making the overall ‘Super 72' is a tremendous accomplishment for these athletes" said Dannelly, "Those that made the ‘Super Six' have certainly put themselves in an elite group of NAIA football players."
Complete analysis of the Super 72, Super 6 and every team in the NAIA is available in NAIA Preview, which can be ordered online at http://www.victorysportsnetwork.com/f/Magazine.php. The magazine also includes an overall rating for every team in the NAIA.The complete list of honorees is below.
Overall Super Six
Clarence Anderson Ottawa University
Kaelin Ammons Georgetown College
Junior Allen Bethany KS
Brian Strobel Carroll
Richard Wick Missouri Valley
Ricky Wadlington Belhaven
1 Kaelin Ammons Georgetown College
2 John van den Raadt Azusa Pacific Univ.
3 Chris Ware Eastern Oregon
4 Dane Broadhead Carroll College
5 Taylor Parsons William Penn
6 Brady Wardlaw Southern NazareneRunningback
1 Junior Allen Bethany KS
2 Brandon Smith Northwestern (Iowa)
3 Terrance Cobb U Cumberlands
4 Kevin Sampson EOU
5 Cordarious Mann Bethel
6 Josh Endres Dakota Wesleyan
7 Jeran Trotter Friends
8 Johnell Murphy Azusa Pacific Univ.
9 Shawn Davis William Penn
1 Clarence Anderson Ottawa University
2 Ricky Roberts Kansas Wesleyan
3 Austin Coleman Saint Francis (Ind.)
4 Stan Warrenhuffman Campbellsville University
5 Andy Skinner McPherson
6 Jarod Martin Southern Nazarene
7 Chris Gohman Georgetown College
8 AJ Tolbert Rocky Mountain
9 Max Boe Jamestown College
1 Joe Bolgnesi Azusa Pacific Univ.
2 Matt Byrd Georgetown College
3 Mike Johnson Saint Xavier
4 Cory Cronk Saint Francis, IN
5 Dan Pinsky Kansas Wesleyan
6 Zach Zosel Carroll College
7 Kyle Pettit Georgetown College
8 Connor Goudreau Carroll College
9 Nick Newborn ShorterTight End
1 Juan Redmon MidAmerica Nazarene
2 Keith Barefield JR Northwestern Oklahoma State
3 Devin Young MenloPunter
1 Jacob Chancelor Belhaven
2 Reuben Faber Dordt
3 Tyler Emmetts Cumberland TNKicker
1 Tom Lynch Saint Xavier
2 Fabian Miramontes Missouri Valley
3 Cody Morrow MidAmerica NazareneReturner
1 Daniel Dayton Cumberland University
2 Gerwan Brewer Campbellsville University
3 Clarence Anderson Ottawa UniversityDefensive Linemen
1 Richard Wick Missouri Valley
2 Mike Prosser Saint Xavier
3 Jake Jones Azusa Pacific
4 Will Andrews MSU-Northern
5 Peter Brooks Northwestern Oklahoma State
6 Andrew Jones Georgetown College
7 Anthony Moore Saint Francis (Ind.)
8 Rhakeem Harris Carroll
9 Matt Fraley Central MethodistLinebacker
1 Ricky Wadlington Belhaven
2 Zach Goebel Georgetown College
3 Lynn Mallory Carroll College
4 Zak Tazkargy Southwestern
5 Adam Maher Missouri Valley
6 Stephon Ransom Cumberland U
7 Sam Wilson Lindsey Wilson College
8 Adrian Thomas Kansas Wesleyan
9 Jon Higgins Grand ViewDefensive Back
1 Brian Strobel Carroll College
2 Wayne Johnson St. Francis (Ill.)
3 Brock Wardlaw Northwestern Oklahoma State
4 Matt Pruitt Southern Nazarene
5 Dustin Craig Marian University
6 Patrick VanSant Georgetown College
7 Jared Goforth Morningside
8 JD Wood MidAmerica Nazarene
9 Ken Mitchell Kansas Wesleyan