Seniors Honored at 2015-2016 Football Awards Banquet
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Seniors Honored at 2015-2016 Football Awards Banquet

Tigerville, S.C. - North Greenville football officially wrapped up the 2015 season on Saturday evening as it honored current players and graduating seniors at the annual NGU Football awards banquet.

Coach Farrington and his staff honored this year's senior class while also handing out awards for Christian Leadership, Academic Excellence, Special Teams Most Valuable Player, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Lineman of the Year, Team MVP, the Hit of the Year, as well as the Iron Man Award and the award for rushing yards in a single game.

Christian Leadership Award: Anthony Blair, Defensive Line

Academic Excellence: Adam House, Defensive Back

Iron Man Award: Michael Thomas, Offensive Line

Special Teams MVP: Taylor Anderson, Outside Linebacker

Offensive Player of the Year: Ashton Heard, Running Back

Defensive Player of the Year: Sam Houston, Inside Linebacker

Lineman of the Year: Michael Thomas, Offensive Line

Most Valuable Player: Nelson Hughes, Quarterback

Hit of the Year: Tony Godbolt, Defensive Back

Team Captains:

Taylor Anderson, Outside Linebacker

Darius Custard, Defensive Back

Matthew Rochester, Offensive Line

Nelson Hughes, Quarterback

THE 2016 NGU FOOTBALL SENIOR CLASS:

#1 Trey Walker, Running Back

Graniteville, SC Midland Valley HS

Business / Accounting

Played in 32 Games

354 Carries, 1917 Yards

39 Receptions, 293 Yards

20 Touchdowns

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#6 Taylor Anderson, Outside Linebacker

Boiling Springs, SC Boiling Springs High School

Sports Management

Played in 39 Games

228 Tackles, 15 Tackles for loss

2011 NCAA D2 Quarterfinalist

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#7 Zamadre Wingfield, Defensive Back

Columbia, SC Blythewood HS

Criminal Justice & Legal Studies / minor in psychology

Played in 42 Games

67 Tackles, 2 Tackles for loss

2 Interceptions

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#9 Tyrell Hillary, Wide Receiver

North Augusta, SC North Augusta HS

Health & Wellness

39 Games Played

65 receptions, 869 yards

7 receiving touchdowns

20 rushes, 101 yards

2014 victory bowl champions

#11 Ricki Delos Santos, Tight End

Bronx, NY Nassau Community College

Communications / minor in Spanish

Played in 18 Games

35 Receptions

371 Yards

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#14 Nelson Hughes, Quarterback

Roebuck, SC Dorman High School

Sports Management

Played in 43 Games

4 Year Starter

842 Completions, 9,894 Yards

486 Rushing Yards, 84 Touchdowns

2011 NCAA D2 Quarterfinalist

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#24 Jeremy Massey, Defensive back

Rock Hill, SC South Pointe HS, Charleston Southern University

BS & Social Studies @ CSU, masters in ministry @ NGU

Played in 11 Games

18 Tackles

3 Interceptions

#28 Darius Custard, Defensive Back

Lugoff, SC Lugoff Elgin HS

Secondary Education

Played in 39 Games

96 Tackles, 17 Tackles for loss

2011 NCAA D2 Quarterfinalist

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#30 Ben Kramm, Kicker

Elkin, NC Elkin HS Biology

Played in 10 Games

4 Field Goals, 30 PAT's

42 Total Points Scored

#31 Adam House, Defensive Back

Anderson, SC Wren High School

Biology with minor in chemistry

Played in 43 Games

35 Total Tackles

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#36 Jalen Hammett, Defensive Back

Columbia, SC Blythewood HS

Accounting

Played in 24 Games

48 Tackles, 4 Tackles for loss

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#40 Mason Hodge, Inside Linebacker

Pickens, SC Pickens High School

Business/ accounting

Played in 20 Games

72 Tackles, 1 Interception

2 Tackles for loss, .5 sack

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#50 Matthew Rochester, Offensive Line

Greer, SC Greer High School

Sports Management

Played in 38 Games

4 Year Starter

Graded out 90%, 1 Touchdown

2011 NCAA D2 Quarterfinalist

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#72 JR Ryans, Offensive Line

Williston, SC Williston Elko High School

Mathematics

Played in 24 Games

Valuable Contributor to the Offensive Line

2011 NCAA D2 Quarterfinalist

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#78 Parks Wallington, Offensive Line

Spartanburg, SC Dorman HS

Business Admin

Played in 13 Games

Valuable Contributor to the Offensive Line

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

#89 Stewart Hunt, Wide Receiver

Rock Hill, SC Northwestern HS

Major Psychology Minor Education

Played in 26 Games

2 Receptions, 30 Yards

1 Touchdown

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions

Austin Floyd, Student Assistant

Turybville, SC East Clarendon HS

Secondary Education history

Offensive Student Asst. Coach

Wide Receivers

2014 NCCAA Victory Bowl Champions