Class of 2016 Football signees

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Offensive Linemen

Erik Swenson, Downers Grove South — Oklahoma

Thomas Schaffer, Lake Forest Academy — Stanford

Bryan Brokop, Lincoln-Way West — Nebraska

Justin Witt, Lincoln-Way West — N.C. State

Sean Foster, Carmel  — Iowa State

Steven Wirtel, Mount Carmel — Iowa State

Liam O’Sullivan, Maine South — Syracuse

Doug Kramer Jr., Hinsdale Central — Illinois

Matt Allen, Hinsdale Central — Michigan State

Tyler Witt, Joliet Catholic — Western Kentucky

Austin Warner, Oswego — Northern Illinois

Kurt Gavin, Lincoln-Way East — Illinois

Zeveyon Furcron, Joliet Catholic — Southern Illinois

Bryan Ditchman, Lincoln-Way Central — Florida International

John Shannon, Loyola — Notre Dame

Joe Ware, Crete-Monee — Illinois State

Cole Anderson, Warren — Illinois State

Brent Holder, Marist — Princeton

Taylor Curlin, Lyons — Lehigh

Hayden LaPointe, DeKalb — Southern Illinois

Eryk Preston, Thornton  — Western Illinois

Wide Recievers

Emmanuel Rugamba, Naperville Central — Iowa

Kendric Pryor, Homewood-Flossmoor — Wisconsin

Landon Lenoir, Crete Monee — Southern Illinois

Phillip Powell, King — South Dakota

Karon Keyes, Glenbard East — Northern Illinois

Paddy Devlin, St. Patrick — South Dakota State

Tyler Millikan, Montini — Indiana State

Palmer Graham, Conant — Alabama State

Ravon Johnson, Hinsdale South — Northern Michigan


Riley Lees, Libertyville — Northwestern

Quayvon Skanes, Phillips — Connecticut

Jack Sorenson, Stevenson — Miami Ohio

Steven Frank, Oswego — Florida Atlantic

Matt Little, Evanston — Western Michigan

Tyler Tsagalis, Notre Dame — South Dakota

Sean Chambers, Geneva — Princeton

Anthony Thompson, Mount Carmel — Northern Illinois

Rhashaun Epting, Proviso West — New Mexico

Justin Blake, Montini Catholic — Northern Michigan

Running Backs

Sam Brodner, Glenbard West — Wisconsin

Barrington Wade, Niles North — Iowa

Jonathon Ward, Bishop McNamara — Central Michigan

Devonte Harley-Hampton, Homewood-Flossmoor — Indiana State

Deante Harley-Hampton, Homewood- Flossmoor — Indiana State

Clint Radkovich, Crete-Monee  — Western Illinois

Trevor Johnson, Homewood-Flossmoor  — Northern Michgian

Troy Mayon, Plainfield East — Northern Michigan

Shawn Griffin, South Elgin – Northern Michigan

Tight Ends

Noah Turner, Carmel — North Carolina

Eric Eshoo, Loyola — Northwestern

Brett Borske, Neuqua Valley — Western Michigan

Dylan Koch, Plainfield East — Ball State

Matt Prendergast, Nazareth — Lehigh

Kyle Speas, Plainfield North — Miami Ohio

Billy Blair, Glenbard South — Illinois State

Defensive Linemen

Naquan Jones, Evanston — Michigan State

Mike Panasiuk, Lake Park — Michigan State

Josh King, Hinsdale South — Michigan State

Daniel Joseph, Lake Forest Academy — Penn State

Romeo McKnight, Crystal Lake Central — Iowa

Malik Haynes, Raby — Southern Illinois

Amir Watts, Phillips — Pittsburgh

Ken Aguirre, Joliet Catholic — Western Michigan

Matt McCabe, Fremd — Yale

Ben Kimpler, Libertyville — Miami Ohio

Ben Leroy, Loyola — Northern Illinois

Blake Parzych, Minooka — Southern Illinois

Kyle Sanft, Bartlett — Western Illinois

Donald Manning, Plainfield East — Ball State

Thomas Stacker, St. Rita — South Dakota State


Tuf Borland, Bolingbrook — Ohio State

Amani Jones, Phillips — Iowa

Brad Krisch, Joliet Catholic — Air Force

Jahmari Moore, Oak Park-River Forest — Wyoming

Drew Harvey, Crete-Monee — Wyoming

Ben Klett, Lake Zurich — South Dakota

Tim McGloyn, Huntley — Illinois State

Jalan Jenkins, Evanston — Indiana State

Ross Andreasik, Glenbard West — Dartmouth

Bryan Doyle, Fenwick — San Diego

Tyler Beck, Homewood-Flossmoor — North Carolina A&T

Defensive Backs

Julian Love, Nazareth — Notre Dame

Kenney Lyke, Fremd — Michigan State

Jeremy Fedejelm, Lemont — Air Force

Travion Banks, Evanston — Miami Ohio

Marson Harris, TF South — South Dakota State

Donald Gardner, Phillips — South Dakota State

Immanuel Woodbury, Evanston — Northern Michigan

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