Four other Golden Eagles collect Honorable Mention.
Boise State 40, Southern Miss 14
The NCAA granted a sixth year for OL Jason Weaver, while denying the petition of LB Korey Williams.
No. 8 - Winning Awards
The Golden Eagles capture their fifth C-USA football championship.
Granted a medical waiver from the NCAA to earn another year of eligibility ... 2011 (Sr.): Returned from injury to play in all 14 games including starting the final 12 at right tackle ... Recorded 44 knockdown and pancake blocks including a season-high of 10 at Navy ... Graded out 70 percent or better in nine games including a 88 percent grade against UCF ... Earned All C-USA Second Team honors ... 2010 (Jr.): Started in the first three games, before having his season ended with a knee injury against Kansas (9/17) ... Had 13 knockdowns and pancake blocks ... Named top offensive lineman of the week against South Carolina (9/2) ... Graded above 80 percent in all of his games played ... Junior College: Signed in December 2009 as a transfer player from Arizona Western Community College ... Enrolled in January for spring semester ... Spent the last two seasons there, where his team finished 9-2 this past season and earned a trip to the 2009 Mississippi Bowl ... A NJCAA All-American on the offensive line ... Won the Western State League ... A first team All-Region I and All-WSFL selection ... A three-star rated player by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Weaver played every game for the Matadors played in two season, and started all but one ... Had two of the best rushing years in recent memory with Weaver was anchoring the line ... Prep: Played at Edna Carr High School.
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