Skip to main content Skip to footer

Danny Hrapmann
Danny  Hrapmann

RS Senior

New Orleans, La.

High School:
Holy Cross

Last College:
Southeastern Louisiana

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 164




From Walk-On To Pro Athlete

David Cohen | Content Writer


Parker Shaunfield Named Lou Groza Award National Semifinalist


Top 11 Highlights of the 2011 Football Season

No. 3 - Bowl Win


Top 11 Highlights of the 2011 Football Season

No. 8 - Winning Awards


Top 11 Highlights to the 2011 Football Season

No. 9 - The Unheralded Big Moments


Southern Miss Captures C-USA Championship Over Houston, 49-28

The Golden Eagles capture their fifth C-USA football championship.


No. 25 Southern Miss Survives UCF, 30-29

Danny Hrapmann kicked five field goals to secure the Eagles' victory.


Golden Eagles Roll Past Rice, 48-24

Southern Miss accumulated 654 total yards in the Golden Eagles' victory over the Owls.


Golden Eagles Dominate Southeastern Louisiana, 52-6

Southern Miss rushed for 335 yards.

2010 (r-Jr.): Named a first-team All-America by the Walter Camp Foundation ... He is first Golden Eagle and only second USM player overall to earn First-Team honors by that organization ... The other was Ray Guy in 1972 as he was the organization's first punter selected ... Named second-team All-America by ... A first-team All-Conference USA selection at place kicker ... A Lou Groza Award finalist, along with Dan Bailey of Oklahoma State and David Ruffer of Notre Dame, and mid-season All-America pick by ... A two-time Groza Award "Star of the Week" for the East Carolina and Tulane games as well as the C-USA's Special Teams Player of the Week following the ECU tilt ... Converted 26-of-30 field goals and all 51 of his PAT attempts ... Posted 8-9 attempts from 20-39 yards, while hitting all 10 attempts from 30-39 and 6-8 from 40-49 ... Ranks No.1 on the Golden Eagle season chart for kicking points (129), field goals made (26) and extra points (51) ... Is tied for first nationally in made field goals per game (2.17) and fifth in scoring (10.75) ... Tops Conference USA in field goal percentage (86.7%) and tied for first in PAT kick percentage (100%) ... Had a string of 17 field goals made dating back to last season at one point during the campaign ... Established a school record with five field goals against East Carolina ... Made career-long 54-yard field goal against UAB and had a made 59-yarder against Houston negated by a late timeout call ... Has made at least one field goal in each game this season and two or more nine times ... Also handles kickoff duties and averages 63.1 yards per kickoff over 88 attempts in 2010, including six touchbacks ... Punted five times for an average of 43.0 yards and a long of 55 and ran for 19 yards on a fake punt deep in the Golden Eagles' own end late against East Carolina ... Named to spring semester Athletic Director's Honor Roll ... Named to spring semester Athletic Director's Honor Roll ... 2009 New Orleans Bowl: Was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts ... Made kicks from 20 yards and 38 yards ... 2009 (r-So.): Played in all 13 games during season ... Handled kickoff duties all season and took over place kicking and field goal duties at Houston (10/31) ... Had 75 kickoffs for 4,521 yards (60.3 kick avg.) and five touchbacks ... Was 2-of-5 in field goals and 14-of-18 in point-after-touchdown attempts ... Hit a season-long, 29-yard field goal at Houston ... Named to fall semester Athletic Director's Honor Roll ... 2008 (So.): Sat out last season after transferring from Southeastern Louisiana ... SLU: Made only two extra points of the season at New Mexico State ... Played in all 11 games for the Lions, primarily handling kickoff duties ... Prep: Received a two-star rating by and ranked No. 22 among kickers nationally ... a two-time All-District 8-5A selection at New Orleans' Holy Cross High School ... named to the New Orleans All-Metro and Class 5A All-State teams ... helped Tigers to 7-5 record and berth in regional round of Class 5A state playoffs ... named to the 2006 Class 5A Academic All-State team ... Personal: Majoring in sport management.

Online Store