YSU’s 2010 class | How they fared


Patrick Angle, QB, Logan High School: Redshirted.

Jamarious Boatwright, CB, Largo (Fla.): Appeared in all 11 games, starting three, and made 18 tackles and forced a fumble. Returned four punts for 16.8 average and 16 kickoffs for 15.8 average.

Ali Cheaib, LB, Dunedin, Fla.: Appeared in 10 games, making six tackles and recovered a fumble.

Donald D’Alesio, DB, Mooney: Appeared in 11 games, including seven starts, and made 69 tackles — second-best on the team — with a tackle for a loss and a forced fumble.

Chris Elkins, OL, Beaver Falls, Pa.: Appeared in six games, starting the last four.

Eric Franklin, OL, Mooney: Sat out season while meeting academic requirements.

Allen Jones, RB, Ursuline: Appeared in nine games, carrying eight times for 85 yards and a TD. Also made two special teams tackles.

Zach Larson, OL, Mooney: Appeared in two games.

Meiko Locksley, QB, LaCueva, N.M.: Enrolled early but quit during spring practice.

J.P. May, OL, Thomas Worthington: Redshirted.

Grant Mayes, DB, Seton Hall: The Syracuse transfer appeared in nine games, starting one, and made 10 tackles.

Stephen Page, DE, Newton Falls: Redshirted.

Michael Shope, OL, Kettering-Fairmont: Left team during summer camp.

Andrew Sinko, OL, Strongsville: Appeared in one game.

Thomas Sprague, LB, Gainsville, Ga.: Appeared in eight games and made 11 tackles and forced a fumble.

Marc Stevens, C, Lexington: The Bowling Green transfer not appear in a game.

Jordan Thompson, RB, Cincinnati Lakota West: Appeared in 10 games, rushing 36 times for 144 yards and four TDs. Also caught three passes for 16 yards, returned two kickoffs for 24 yards and made five special teams tackles.

Kevin Watts, WR, Middletown: Appeared in 11 games, starting nine, and caught 11 passes for 141 yards and two TDs. Also rushed 15 times for 72 yards, returned one kickoff for 8 yards and made two tackles.

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