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Friday, October 31, 2014

Ray Guy Award Candidates 2014

The Augusta Sports Council has announced 80 nominees for the 2014 Ray Guy Award, which identifies the nation's top collegiate punter. The list will be narrowed to ten semifinalists to be announced on November 14. Following the semifinalists announcement, a national body of Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) sports information directors, coaches, media representatives and previous Ray Guy Award winners will vote for the top three finalists, who will be identified on November 24. The voting body will then cast ballots to select the winner. The presentation of the Ray Guy Award will be featured on The Home Depot College Football Awards live on Thursday, December 11 at 7:30 pm ET on ESPN.

JK Scott, Alabama
Riggleman, Arizona
Matthew Haack, Arizona State
Sam Irwin-Hill, Arkansas
Luke Ferguson, Arkansas State
Alex Tardieu, Army
Spencer Roth, Baylor
Alex Howell, Boston College
Tyler Grassman, Buffalo
Scott Arellano, BYU
Cole Leininger, California
Ron Coluzzi, Central Michigan
Bradley Pinion, Clemson
Darragh O'Neill, Colorado
Hayden Hunt, Colorado State
Will Monday, Duke
Worth Gregory, East Carolina
Owen Dubiel, Eastern Michigan
Dalton Schomp, FAU
Kyle Christy, Florida
Garrett Swanson, Fresno State
Collin Barber, Georgia
Scott Harding, Hawai`i
Austin Rehkow, Idaho
Justin DuVernois, Illinois
Colin Downing, Iowa State
Trevor Pardula, Kansas
Nick Walsh, Kansas State
Anthony Melchiori, Kent State
Landon Foster, Kentucky
Daniel Cadona, Louisiana
Jamie Keehn, LSU
Tyler Williams, Marshall
Will Hagerup, Michigan
Mike Sadler, Michigan State
Peter Mortell, Minnesota
Devon Bell, Mississippi State
Christian Brinser, Missouri
Wil Baumann, NC State

Sam Foltz, Nebraska
Thomas Hibbard, North Carolina
Tyler Wedel, Northern Illinois
Cameron Johnston, Ohio State
Jed Barnett, Oklahoma
Kip Smith, Oklahoma State
Jarrett Cervi, Old Dominion
Will Gleeson, Ole Miss
Keith Kostol, Oregon State
Ryan Winslow, Pittsburgh
Thomas Meadows, Purdue
James Farrimond, Rice
Joel Alesi, San Diego State
Tyler Hull, South Carolina
Tyler Sarrazin, Southern Miss
Ben Rhyne, Stanford
Riley Dixon, Syracuse
Ethan Perry, TCU
Matt Darr, Tennessee
William Russ, Texas
Drew Kaser, Texas A&M
Will Johnson, Texas State
Taylor Symmank, Texas Tech
Dalton Parks, Tulsa
Hunter Mullins, UAB
Caleb Houston, UCF
Justin Wain, UConn
Justin Manton, ULM
Logan Yunker, UNLV
Mattias Ciabatti, USF
Tom Hackett, Utah
Jaron Bentrude, Utah State
Mike Ruggles, UTEP
Alec Vozenilek, Virginia
A.J. Hughes, Virginia Tech
Alexander Kinal, Wake Forest
Korey Durkee, Washington
Nick O'Toole, West Virginia
J. Schroeder, Western Michigan
Drew Meyer, Wisconsin
Joseph Occhipinti, WKU

1 comment:

Craig Carney said...

You missed the number one DII punter in the nation - Patrick Carney. Also tied for number 5 over all amongst all divisions. A graduate of Ray Guy camps too!

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