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Former Brazos Valley Football Players in College

Former Brazos Valley Football Players in College

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Here are the efforts by former Brazos Valley football players in the collegiate ranks last weekend. Players are included when they record statistics, start a game or reach career milestones. Players who are being redshirted, do not play or who play for Texas A&M are not included.

FOUR-YEAR COLLEGES

LiDarral Bailey, Mary Hardin-Baylor, QB (Bremond): Bailey had six carries for 44 yards and a touchdown in the 76-12 victory over Sul Ross State. The sophomore also completed 4 of 8 passes for 109 yards and two touchdowns with one interception. Bailey has 1,032 passing yards and 750 rushing yards this season.

Cassius Bradley, Tarleton State, DB (Caldwell): Bradley had two tackles in the 41-27 victory over Incarnate Word, giving him 58 tackles this season.

Brandon Collins, Southeastern Louisiana, WR (Brenham): Collins had four catches for 106 yards and a touchdown in the 35-16 loss to Northwestern State. The junior has 41 catches for 690 yards and four touchdowns this season.

Drew Dudley, Kansas, LB (Consol): Dudley had four tackles in the 52-45 victory over Colorado, giving him 47 tackles this season.

Mase Duge, McNeese State, C (Brenham): Duge started at center in the 33-28 victory over Sam Houston State. The senior helped his offense gain 158 rushing yards and 439 yards of total offense.

Patrick Edwards, Houston, WR (Hearne): Edwards caught 10 passes for 162 yards and three touchdowns in the 40-33 loss to Central Florida. The junior leads the Cougars with 52 catches for 801 yards this season. Edwards is tied for fourth in the Football Bowl Subdivision with 11 touchdown catches.

Matthew Fitzpatrick, Trinity, OL (Consol): Fitzpatrick started at guard in the 26-7 loss to Centre College.

Curtis Jackson, Eastern New Mexico State, FS (Consol): Jackson led the Greyhounds in tackles with 15 in the 43-40 loss to Northeastern State. The junior has 89 tackles, including one for a loss, this season.

Logan Johnson, Tarleton State, DE (Brenham): Johnson had five tackles and a sack in the 41-27 victory over Incarnate Word. The junior has 23 tackles, including five for a loss, two sacks, two pass breakups, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one quarterback hit this season.

Lincoln Kling, The Citadel, OL (Brazos Christian): Kling started at right guard in the 27-16 homecoming loss to Elon. The senior helped his offense gain 228 rushing yards and give up no sacks.

Jarrett Lee, Louisiana State, QB (Brenham): Lee completed 4 of 7 passes for 67 yards and was sacked once in the 24-21 victory over No. 5 Alabama. The junior is 48-for-71 passing for 515 yards and two touchdowns with one interception this season.

Detron Lewis, Texas Tech, WR (Consol): Lewis caught eight passes for 64 yards and a touchdown in the 24-17 victory over No. 14 Missouri. The senior also returned two punts for 26 yards. Lewis leads the Red Raiders with 57 catches for 559 yards and three touchdowns this season.

Travis McCloud, Angelo State, DB (Bryan): McCloud had four tackles in the 40-33 victory over Abilene Christian. He has 12 tackles this season.

Paul McVay, Colorado School of Mines, K (Consol): McVay kicked a 40-yard field goal in the 38-31 victory over Chadron State. The freshman also averaged 58.3 yards on five kickoffs with one touchback. McVay is the Orediggers' second-leading scorer this season with 54 points.

D. Raye Morgan, Texas Lutheran, LB (Bremond): Morgan had one tackle and a quarterback hit in the 42-23 victory over Mississippi College. The freshman has six tackles, two quarterback hits and a fumble recovery this season.

Chad Peevey, Mary Hardin-Baylor, WR (St. Joseph): Peevey punted once for 53 yards in the 76-12 victory over Sul Ross State. The freshman is averaging 41.8 yards on 33 punts this season.

Michael Pittman, Sam Houston State, DB (Consol): Pittman made one tackle in the 33-28 loss to McNeese State, giving him three tackles this season.

Terrance Preston, Angelo State, DB (Bryan): Preston had three tackles and blocked a kick in the 40-33 victory over Abilene Christian. He has 24 tackles this season.

Matt Stoll, Texas A&M-Kingsville, K (Consol): Stoll kicked off once for 56 yards in the 27-7 victory over No. 19 Midwestern State.

Jimmy Terrell, McMurry, DB (Lexington): Terrell had five tackles, including one for a loss, in the 35-32 loss to Louisana College. He has 55 tackles this season.

Kendrick Washington, Tulane, CB (Brenham): Washington had two tackles in the 46-30 loss to Southern Mississippi. He has 14 tackles this season.

Dillon Wolfe, Friends University, LB (Normangee): Wolfe had four tackles, including one for a loss, in the 36-33 loss to Kansas Wesleyan. He has 20 tackles this season.

Artrell Woods, Central Oklahoma, WR (Bryan): Woods had two kickoff returns for 55 yards in the 31-24 loss to Southwestern Oklahoma.

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The follow players participated in their games last week but did not record statistics: Kye Hildreth, Lamar, QB (Navasota); Austin January, Abilene Christian, DE (Rockdale); Ryan Roberson, Texas, LB (Brenham); Justin Sorrell, Southern Methodist, DB (Brenham); Brad Taylor, Baylor, TE (Madisonville); Lloyd Turner, Midwestern State, TE (Hearne); Michael Walker, Utah, DB (Brenham); Kendrell Washington, Tulane, CB (Brenham); Chris Whaley, Texas, RB (Madisonville); Ronnie Willrich, Southeastern Oklahoma, DB (Lexington).

TWO-YEAR COLLEGES

Dexter Pratt, Kilgore, RB (Navasota): Pratt had eight carries for 40 yards and a touchdown in the season-ending 38-22 loss to Navarro College. The sophomore finished the season with 67 carries for 250 yards and three touchdowns.

If you know of a former Brazos Valley football player playing in college, send his name and school to david.coleman@theeagle.com.

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