Beginning at 7 a.m. CT Wednesday, GoArgos.com will be your one-stop shop for UWF’s second-ever football National Signing Day. As signees become official, they will be unveiled right here on the Argos’ Signing Day Central Headquarters.Be sure to follow @UWFFootball and @GoArgos on Twitter for behind-the-scenes updates throughout the day. Search #ARGOSTRONG16 on Twitter for UWF’s official hashtag.UWF cannot announce any signees until a compliance official has reviewed and singed off on each National Letter of Intent.Signing Day CelebrationOn Wednesday night from 5:30-7:00 p.m., the celebration moves to downtown Pensacola for a reception in Phineas Phogg’s at Seville Quarter. The event is open to all Argonaut Athletic Club boosters, Football Founders, Kickoff Squad members, UWF corporate partners and Argonaut fans. Attendees will be able to meet the coaching staff and learn more about UWF football and the second signing class of football student-athletes. Light refreshments will be provided. 2016 UWF Signing Class @UWF Football * @GoArgos * #ARGOSTRONG16NamePos. Ht. Wt. Hometown (High School)NLI Signed (CT)Ka’Ron AshleyWR6-2160Denver, Colo. (Potters House Christian Academy)6:20 a.m.Ryan BirgeDE6-7225Fleming Island, Fla. (Fleming Island HS)6:05 a.m.Andrew BogaenkoK/P5-11200St. Cloud, Fla. (St. Cloud HS)6:05 a.m.Joe ChmielowskiDT6-0255Naples, Fla. (Palmetto Ridge HS)6:06 a.m.Marcus ClaytonCB5-10166Gainesville, Fla. (Bucholz HS)6:15 a.m.Lucas FowlerLB6-0230Orlando, Fla. (Lyman HS)6:45 a.m.Kory Johnson, Jr.LB5-10205Hallandale, Fla. (Hallandale HS)6:03 a.m.J.J. LewisWR6-3185New Port Richey, Fla. (Mitchell HS)6:23 a.m.Stephen Matthews, Jr.DL6-2285Blountstown, Fla. (Blountstown HS)7:09 a.m.Deshon’dre PittsLB5-10215Miramar, Fla. (Miramar HS)6:21 a.m.Chris RiddleQB6-3210St. Augustine, Fla. (University Christian School)6:09 a.m.Caleb RobinsonWR6-0175Umatilla, Fla. (Umatilla HS)6:16 a.m.Chris SchwarzRB5-9195New Port Richey, Fla. (River Ridge HS)6:17 a.m.Ke’shawn ShowersLB6-0200Pensacola, Fla. (Pine Forest HS)7:22 a.m.Qua’shaud SmithCB5-9155Douglas, Ga. (Dunnellon HS)6:25 a.m.Daryl Wilson, Jr.DT5-11300Panama City, Fla. (Bay HS)7:06 a.m.Mid-Year Transfers (Enrolled at UWF in January)NamePos.Ht.Wt.EligibilityRemainingHometown (High School/Last School)Jared CokerOL6-33053 yearsNiceville, Fla. (Briar Woods HS/Richmond)Everett CurryDE5-102453 yearsBirmingham, Ala. (Bessemer Academy/Stillman College)Chris Davis, Jr. WR 5-11 180 4 yearsOviedo, Fla. (Oviedo HS/UCF)Anas HasicWR5-112151 yearPhoenix, Ariz. (North Canyon HS/North Carolina Central)Troy MarshallOL6-33053 yearsChelsea, Ala. (Chelsea HS/Murray State)Ishmel MorrowWR5-111852 yearsOcean Springs, Miss. (Ocean Springs HS/Miss. Gulf Coast CC)Kaleb NoblesQB5-101952 yearsFitzgerald, Ga. (Fitzgerald HS/Valdosta State)Fiante WeirOL6-33052 yearsOcean Springs, Miss. (St. Martin HS/Miss. Gulf Coast CC)FIRST-YEAR SIGNEESKa’Ron AshleyWR6-3, 165Denver, Colo. (Potter’s House Christian Academy) PREP: Four-year letter winner at wide receiver for coach Tim Patterson at Potter’s House Christian Academy … First Team All-Independent State Team … First Team NFFCA All-Star … Caught 45 balls for 1,214 yards (27.0 yards per catch) and 12 touchdowns as a senior … Named 2015 Offensive MVP … Ranked first among receivers in yards and yards per catch in North Florida and South Georgia … Also played basketball for the Lions.PERSONAL: Born on Aug. 17, 1998 … Son of Arthur Ashley, Tenique Broughton and Calvin Broughton (stepfather)Ryan BirgeDE6-7, 225Fleming Island, Fla. (Fleming Island HS) PREP: Four-year letter winner at defensive end for coach Damenyum Springs at Fleming Island HS in Orange Park, Fla. … First Team All-Clay County, St. John’s River All-Conference … Honorable Mention All-First Coast … As a senior in 2015, finished with 66 tackles, 19 tackles for loss, 15.5 sacks, 10 QB hurries, three forced fumbles and two pass break ups … Selected to play in the Georgia/Florida Border War All-Star Game … Also a member of the FIHS weightlifting team.PERSONAL: Born on July 22, 1997 … Son of Danielle and Paul Birge … Has two siblings, Robbee and Joshua.Andrew BogaenkoKicker/Punter5-11, 200St. Cloud, Fla. (St. Cloud HS) PREP: Four-year letter winner and three-year starter for coach Bryan Smart at St. Cloud HS (just south of Kissimmee) … Class 7A Second Team All-State in 2015 after earning Honorable Mention All-State in 2014 … Named to the Central Florida All-Star Team as the West Side Kicker/Punter as a senior … Also chosen for the Osceola All County Football Team as a junior and senior … As a senior, averaged 37.6 yards on 29 punts … 53 of 68 kickoffs went for touchbacks (78%) … Made 27-of-30 extra point attempts and 7-of-11 field goals … Was 5-for-5 on FGs of 39 and less; 2-for-6 on 40 or longer with a career-long 51 … As a junior, posted a 37.8 yards per punt on 27 kicks … Connected on 19-of-23 extra point attempts and 12-of-20 field goals, including a season-best of 51 yards at Disney’s WWOS in the season opener … 46 of 49 kickoffs were touchbacks (94%) … Central Florida record holder for field goals in a game with five (33, 32, 49, 23 & 34) against Kissimmee Gateway on a rainy, soggy field on Sept. 23, 2014 … Named to the Central Florida Elite Team in 2014 … June 2015 FSU Jimbo Fisher Kicking Camp Field Goal Champion with consecutive 58-yard field goals … Earned the team’s highest GPA as a junior and senior … Member of the National Honor Society and the National Honor Society of Sports Medicine.PERSONAL: Born on Jan. 18, 1998 … Son of Nancy and David Bogaenko … Would like to go into sports medicine or nursing after college.Joe ChmielowskiDT6-1, 260Naples, Fla. (Palmetto Ridge HS) PREP: Was a four-year letter winner for coach Chris Toukonen at Palmetto Ridge HS … Had 82 tackles, 16 for losses, two sacks and five QB hurries in 2015 en route to being named All-Conference, All-Area and All-District (6A-12) … Helped the Bears to their first winning season since 2007 … Selected team captain as a senior … Named All-Conference, All-Area and All-District (6A-12) as a junior after leading the Bears with 116 tackles, 24 for loss and nine sacks … Recorded 106 stops during his sophomore season … Named All-State as a freshman in ‘7-man’ football … Also holds three school weightlifting records.PERSONAL: Born on July 27, 1997 … Son of Denise and Steve Chmielowski.Marcus ClaytonCB5-10, 166Gainesville, Fla. (Bucholz HS) PREP: Three-year starter as a cornerback and kick returner for coach Mark Whittemore at Bucholz HS … As a senior in 2015, he had 46 tackles – 26 solo, 10 pass break ups, two interceptions (one for a TD), two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery … On special teams, he added two kick returns for touchdowns … Finished with 966 all-purpose yards … Named First Team All-Area in 2015 and selected to the Florida/Georgia War of the Border All-Star Game, played at Valdosta State … Received Scholar-Athlete Award as a junior and senior … Also lettered in lacrosse and track.PERSONAL: Born on June 12, 1998 … Son of Carissa and Jeff Clayton.Lucas FowlerLB6-2, 225Orlando, Fla. (Lyman HS)PREP: Four-year letter winner and three-year starter at linebacker for coach Jeff Gierke at Lyman HS in Longwood, Fla. … Two-time First Team All-Conference … Team captain as a junior and senior … Named to the 2015 Central Florida All-Star Game where he served as the defensive team captain … As a senior in 2015, finished with 102 tackles, including 70 solos, 30 tackles for loss, 11 sacks, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and a safety.PERSONAL: Born on Dec. 1, 1997 … Son of Geraldine and Bram Fowler.Kory Johnson, Jr.LB6-0, 212Hallandale, Fla. (Hallandale HS) PREP: Totaled 116 tackles, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two sacks as a senior in 2015 for coach Damon Jones … Team captain in 2015 … Selected to the Broward County All-Star Game for the South team … Maintained a 3.3 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society and Student Government Association.PERSONAL: Born on Feb. 6, 1998 … Son of Kory and Renee Hobbs Johnson … Has three sisters and a brother.J.J. LewisWR6-3, 180New Port Richey, Fla. (Mitchell HS) PREP: Three-year letter winner at wide receiver for coach Andy Schmitz at J.W. Mitchell HS, located northwest of Tampa … Hauled in 38 receptions for 604 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior … Selected First Team All-Conference and Offensive MVP in 2015 … Picked to play in the Pasco County West-East All-Star Game … Was second on the team in 2014 with 33 catches for 431 yards and six receiving touchdowns while helping lead Mitchell to the playoffs for the first time in a decade … Had 14 catches for 187 in his first varsity season in 2013 … Was named ‘Player of the Game’ 11 times during football career … Also played basketball for the Mustangs, which have gone to the postseason four-consecutive years … Currently leading the team in scoring (14.2), steals (2.3) and assists (3.0).PERSONAL: Born on March 31, 1998 … Son of Heather and Jerry Lewis … Has a sister, Hailey (12). Stephen Matthews, Jr.DL6-2, 285Blountstown, Fla. (Blountstown HS)PREP: Four-year varsity letter winner for coach Greg Jordan at Blountstown HS … All-State selection as a junior and senior … Also named to the All-Big Bend First Team both seasons and All-District in 2014 … Participated in the 2015 Florida North/South All-Star Game … Earned the Best Defensive Lineman Award in 2014 and 2015.PERSONAL: Born on Aug. 30, 1997 … Son of Lucy and Stephen Matthews, Sr.Deshon’dre PittsLB5-10, 215Hollywood, Fla. (Miramar HS) PREP: Two-year starter at middle linebacker for coach Pierre Senatus at Miramar HS in Hollywood, Fla. … First Team All-Broward County as a junior and senior … Chosen to play in the North Broward-South Broward and the Broward County-Dade County All Star Games … Helped Broward to its first-ever win over Dade in the game’s history … As a senior in 2015, totaled 70 tackles, 6.5 sacks and three forced fumbles … Recorded 52 stops, five sacks, two forced fumbles, two interceptions and a touchdown a year earlier while being named team Defensive MVP.PERSONAL: Born on Feb. 24, 1998 … Son of Shantonise Butler and Octavious Nixon … Currently has a 3.0 GPA … Would like to graduate with a degree in finance and become a Financial Advisor after college.Chris RiddleQB6-3, 200Jacksonville, Fla. (University Christian School) PREP: Pro-style, pocket passer who played the 2015 season at the Atlanta Sports Academy as a post-graduate after reclassifying from the Class of 2015 … Named Honorable Mention All-City for the Jacksonville area … Selected to participate in the 2015 North Florida All-Star Game and the 2015 Florida-Georgia All-Star Game … Finished senior year with a 3.67 GPA and graduated in the top 10% of his class at University Christian School … Broke his leg the week before his junior season was to begin.PERSONAL: Son of Heidi and Jon Riddle … Born on August 13, 1997 … Has two brothers, Matt (21) and Brandon (10) … Father’s job relocated the family from Eden Prairie, Minn. to Ashburn, Va. before his freshman year of high school in summer of 2010 and again to Jacksonville in summer of 2013.Caleb RobinsonWR6-0, 175Umatilla, Fla. (Umatilla HS) PREP: Two-year starter at wide receiver for coach Steve Seward at Umatilla HS, about an hour north of Orlando in Lake County … Class 4A Second Team All-State as a senior after earning First Team honors as a junior … Selected to participate in the East/West All-Star Classic (Central Florida all-star game) and the FACA North/South All-Star Classic … Named to the Orlando Sentinel Top 100 as a senior (top 100 players in the state of Florida) … Two-time Orlando Sentinel Super 60 (top 60 players in Central Fla.) … Finished his prep career with 1,446 receiving yards, 1,387 rushing yards, 506 kickoff return yards and 41 touchdown … Totaled 3,847 all-purpose yards (138.5 ypg) in his career … Scored two or more touchdowns in 12 different games … Also played baseball and basketball.PERSONAL: Born on Nov. 4, 1997 … Son of Jenny and Wes Rose.Chris SchwarzRB5-10, 205New Port Richey, Fla. (River Ridge HS) PREP: Three-year varsity letter winner at running back for coach Ryan Benjamin at River Ridge HS, northwest of Tampa … Holds the Pasco County career rushing record with 5,375 yards in two seasons … First Team All-State and All-Conference as a junior and senior … Rushed 366 times for 2,686 yards in 2015 after setting the Pasco County record with 2,689 in 2014 … Also was the state of Florida leading rusher and ranked No. 24 nationally in 2014 … Rushed for 398 yards and four touchdowns on 55 carries in a game against Tarpon Springs in the first round of the playoffs … Scored more than 50 touchdowns in his career, including a Pasco County record 27 in 2014 before 26 in 2015 … Named Team MVP following his sophomore and junior seasons … Team captain all three years on varsity … The Royal Knights won 10 games in each of his final two seasons, setting the school record for single-season victories en route to a pair of District (8-5A in 2015 and 7-5A in 2014) and Sunshine Athletic Conference titles … Wore jersey #40 as a tribute to Mike Alstott – who many people say he looks like … Also played middle linebacker and on special teams … Three-time Scholastic Player of the Year recipient … SAC Award Winner for outstanding athletic achievement in 2014.PERSONAL: Born on Jan. 30, 1998 … Son of Amy and George Schwartz … Has two brothers, Austin (21) and Nick (15) and a sister, Isabella (7).Ke’shawn ShowersDE6-5, 200Pensacola, Fla. (Pine Forest HS)PREP: Finished his senior season with 95 tackles, including 52 solos and eight sacks for head coach Jerry Pollard … Made 13 starts as a team captain who helped lead the Eagles to the District 1-6A title … Named Pensacola News-Journal First Team All-Area … Participated in the Max Emfinger All-America Bowl in Metairie, La. and the Pensacola Sports Subway All-Star Football Game in Fort Walton Beach, Fla.PERSONAL: Born on Aug. 25, 1998 … Son of Marlene and the late Johnny Showers … Has a younger brother D’Angelo (14) and a sister, Ondraiea Murphy (21).Qua’shaud SmithCB5-9, 155Douglas, Ga. (Dunnellon HS) PREP: Three-year starter at cornerback and wide receiver for coach Price Harris at Dunnellon HS, 25 miles east of Ocala … The Tigers went 11-2 and advanced to the Class 4A regional finals in 2015 … Two-time All-County pick … MCIAC All-Conference Team and FACA District All-Star Team … Named to the 2014 All-North Central Florida Elite Team … As a senior in 2015, he had 39 tackles, 15 pass break ups, two tackles for loss, one interception, four fumbles forced and one fumble recovery … He also had a 99-yard TD reception … Participated in the FACA North-South All-Star Game … As a junior in 2014, he made 59 stops, seven pass break ups, three tackles for loss, three interceptions, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery … Recorded four kick returns for touchdowns in his career.PERSONAL: Born on March 19, 1997 in Douglas, Ga. … Son of Lequilla and Marcus Ali.Daryl Wilson, Jr.DT5-11, 300Panama City, Fla. (Bay HS)PREP: Four-year starter at defensive tackle for coach Jim Longerbeam at Bay HS … Class 5A First Team All-State as a senior after Second Team All-State as a junior … Three-time All-District and All-County … 2015 New Herald Defensive Player of the Year … In 2015, posted 54 tackles, 37 solo and 20 tackles for loss … Only the third player in school history to have his number retired.PERSONAL: Born on Nov. 30, 1997 … Son of Latesha Hubbard and Daryl Wilson, Sr.MID-YEAR TRANSFERS Jared CokerOffensive Lineman6-3, 305Niceville, Fla.Briar Woods HS/Richmond Spent two seasons at Richmond, playing one and redshirting one. He will have three years of eligibility at UWF.2015 (RS-Freshman): Appeared in six games for the Spiders.2014 (Freshman): Redshirted.PREP: Three-year letter winner and starter at Briar Woods HS … Three-star recruit by 247sports.com and two-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com … Led the Falcons to three-consecutive state championships … Two-time VHSCA First Team All-State and two-time Rivals First Team All-State … Two-time First Team All-Region … 2013 Second Team All-Met as a senior … 2012 First Team All-Dulles District and All-Loudoun Team … Two-time Briar Woods Offensive Lineman of the Year … Two-time Briar Woods Most Improved Player … Also lettered in wrestlingPERSONAL: Born on June 16, 1996 … Son of Cindy and Jason Coker … Has an older sister, Lindsay.Everett CurryDefensive End5-10, 245Birmingham, Ala.Bessemer Academy/Stillman College Spent two seasons at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC, playing one and redshirting one. He will have three years of eligibility at UWF.2015 (RS-Freshman): Started all nine games at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Ala. … 2015 USA College Football D2 Rookie All-America Team … Made 38 tackles with 29 solos … Had 13.5 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and five QB hurries … Season-high nine tackles – all solo – and 2.0 sacks in the season finale against Kentucky State (11/7/15) … Season-best 2.5 sacks against Lane College (10/3/15).2014 (Freshman): Redshirted.PREP: Four-year letterwinner at Bessemer Academy.PERSONAL: Born on June 16, 1996 … Son of Lisa and Wayne Curry.Chris Davis, Jr.Wide Receiver5-11, 180Oviedo, Fla.Oviedo HS/UCF Spent one redshirt season at UCF. He will have four years of eligibility at UWF.2015: Did not appear in any games at UCF.PREP: Four-year letter winner and three-year starter at quarterback at Oviedo HS for coach Wes Allen … 3-star athlete by ESPN.com … Ranked No. 12 in the Orlando Sentinel 2014 Central Florida Super 60 … 203-for-365 with 2,844 yards and 18 touchdowns, while also amassing 1,618 rushing yards and 26 touchdowns on 302 attempts … As a senior, was 59-for-114 with 725 yards and three touchdowns, carried the ball 57 times for 378 yards and five touchdowns and had 12 receptions for 179 yards and three scores … Ran for 788 yards and 16 touchdowns, while throwing for 1,308 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior when he was ranked as the second best quarterback in Central Florida and named to the Class 8A All-State Elite First Team … Helped lead Oviedo to the 2012 Class 7A state title game as a sophomore, earning second team all-conference honors … 2-time MVP as a wide receiver at the Orlando National Underclassmen Combine … Also participated in track and field … Received offers from UConn, Georgia Tech, Minnesota, Purdue and Rutgers, as well as interest from Miami (Fla.), Pittsburgh and USF.Personal: Born in Sarasota, Fla … Son of Chris and Zephyr Davis.Anas HasicWide Receiver5-11, 215Phoenix, Ariz.North Canyon HS/North Carolina Central Has one year of eligibility at UWF.2015: Attended Arizona State but did not participate with the football program.2014 (Junior at NCCU): Started all 11 games at wide receiver for coach Jerry Mack … Ranked third on the team and top 10 in the MEAC with 530 yards on 36 receptions with 14.7 yards per catch and 44.2 yards per game … Season-high 10 catches for a team season-high 174 yards and three touchdowns against Savannah State (10/25/14) … Had seven catches for 121 yards and one touchdown on a 59-yard reception against Elizabeth City State (9/6/14).2012-13 (Freshman & Sophomore at Scottsdale CC): Collected 58 catches for 890 yards and 10 touchdowns during Scottsdale’s 10-1 season in 2013 … Originally signed with Northern Arizona University in February 2011, before playing the 2012 and 2013 seasons at SCC … Played for coach Doug Madoski. PREP: Two-year starter and letter winner for Brian Cole at North Canyon HS in Phoenix … Named Desert Valley Region Offensive Player of the Year and Class 5A Division I all-state as a senior in 2010 … Big 33 Selection … Holds every receiving record at North Canyon … Recorded 49 catches for 1,016 yards with eight touchdowns in 2010 … Moved to ‘Wildcat’ when team QB was injured, and rushed for 656 yards on 51 carries and six touchdowns … Also had 60 tackles with two interceptions, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and a touchdown on defense.PERSONAL: Born in Croatia … Son of Nahid and Nermina Hodzic.Troy MarshallOffensive Line6-3, 305Chelsea, Ala.Chelsea HS/Murray State Spent two seasons at Murray State, redshirting in 2015 and will have three years of eligibility at UWF.2015 (Sophomore): Moved to offensive line and did not appear in any games for the Racers … Received a redshirt.2014 (Freshman): Played in all 12 games with starts against Western Michigan and Jacksonville State … Had 20 total tackles on the season with eight solo … Made 3.5 tackles-for-loss for a total of 12 yards … Had 1.5 sacks for 10 yards of loss … Had career-high six tackles against JSU (9/27/14) … Forced two fumbles on the year at Louisville (9/16/14) and against Kentucky Wesleyan (10/25/14).PREP: Played for head coach Wade Waldrop at Chelsea HS … Earned Birmingham News All-Shelby County honors as an offensive lineman as a senior and All-Shelby County honorable mention as a defensive lineman his junior season.PERSONAL: Full name is Troy Phil Marshall … Born on Dec. 9, 1995 … Son of Marion and Rayfield Marshall … Has three brothers, Ray, Drew and Patrick, and one sister, April … Brother, Ray, played football at Alabama.Ishmel MorrowWide Receiver5-11, 185Ocean Springs, Miss.Ocean Springs HS/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Played two seasons at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC and will have two years of eligibility at UWF.2014-15 (Freshman & Sophomore): Appeared in 11 games and was the Bulldogs’ leading receiver, catching 51 balls for 682 yards in 2015 … Averaged 62.0 yards per game and 13.4 yards per catch … Had four touchdown receptions with a career-high two in the season-opener at Northeast Mississippi CC (8/27/15) … Posted a career day against NMCC, with nine receptions for 207 yards receiving, including a 52-yard scoring play … Hauled in a career-high 10 receptions for 80 yards and a TD against Jones County JC (8/24/15) … Participated in the MJCAC All-Star game, catching a 70-yard TD for the South squad in the 21-10 victory.PREP: Four-year letter winner at Ocean Springs HS … 2012 First Team MHSAA All-State Class 6A as selected by the Mississippi Association of Coaches … Participated in the 2012 Bernard Blackwell All-Star Game … As a senior, recorded 74 receptions for 1,116 yards and 10 touchdowns.PERSONAL: Born on June 11, 1995 … Son of Rose Morrow and Michael Trussell.Kaleb NoblesQuarterback5-10, 195Fitzgerald, Ga.Fitzgerald HS/Valdosta State Spent three years at Valdosta State, redshirting in 2015 and has two years of eligibility at UWF.2015 (Junior): Redshirted.2014 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 13 games, including four starts at QB … Completed 61 percent or more of his attempts in each of those four starts… Threw for 103 completions in 164 attempts, good for a 62.80 completion percentage on the year… Posted a 124.16 efficiency rating and exceeded 1000 yards passing with a total of 1042 on the year… Slung seven touchdown passes… Top performance came against UNC Pembroke (11/8/14) when he completed 24-of-38 for 308 yards and four touchdown passes… Came off the bench at undefeated and No. 3-ranked Lenoir-Rhyne (11/29/14) in an NCAA Second Round game to lead the Blazers to a 23-21 victory, throwing for 125 yards on 18-of-27 passing and four touchdowns in three quarters of play … Also carried the ball 32 times on the year for 50 yards.2013 (Freshman): Played in 10 games, including starts at Delta State (11/2/13) and at Texas A&M-Kingsville (11/16/13) … Completed 94-of-148 passes, or 63.5 percent of his chances … Threw for 967 yards and 12 touchdowns … Passed for six scores and 351 yards while completing 31-of-51 yards in the DSU game … Also ran 35 times for 39 yards and a score on the season … Was 19-of-21 for 238 yards and four touchdowns at West Georgia (10/19/13) … Only played in the second half of the game against Wolves and led the Blazers back from a 17-0 deficit to a 35-30 victory … Was 25-of-42 for 228 yards and a score while also rushing for a touchdown against TAMK.PREP: Three-year letter winner at Fitzgerald HS for coach Robby Pruitt … Led the Purple Hurricanes to a 11-2 record and a spot in the GHSA AA quarterfinals in 2011 … Completed 107-of-162 passes, a 66.0 percent completion rate, for 1,481 yards … Threw 15 touchdowns against only four interceptions … Tossed four touchdowns against McIntosh County Academy in the first round of the state playoffs … Also carried the ball 34 times for 46 yards and three scores.Fiante WeirOffensive Line6-3, 305Ocean Springs, Miss.St. Martin HS/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC Played two seasons at Mississippi Gulf Coast CC and will have two years of eligibility at UWF.2015: Appeared in 11 games for the Bulldogs, who went 8-3 … The team averaged 378 yards of total offense per game and 207 rushing ypg … Helped the team rush for more than 200 yards in seven games … Participated in the MJCAC All-Star game. High School: Made 84 tackles as a junior and senior at St. Martin HS … Appeared in 12 games as a senior in 2013, making 51 tackles, including 51 solos … Also had 14 tackles for loss … Had 30 stops with 15 solo in 2012.PERSONAL: Born on Sept. 2, 1995 … Son of Mhyna and Mark McCauley.Print Friendly Version
Eddie Perlas/ESPN Images(LOS ANGELES) — University of Kansas guard Frank Mason III took home the 2016-17 John R. Wooden Award Friday evening at ESPN’s College Basketball Awards show in Los Angeles. The award is given to the most outstanding men’s college basketball player. Mason III helped lead the Jayhawks to the Elite Eight during his final college season. According to ESPN, he averaged 20.9 points, 5.2 assists and 4.2 rebounds on the year.He beat out four other finalists: Lonzo Ball of UCLA, Josh Hart of Villanova, Caleb Swanigan of Purdue, and Nigel Williams-Goss of Gonzaga.According to ESPN, Mason III’s next goal is to enter the NBA Draft and get selected in the first round. He said afterwards, “I’m going to work hard to make that happen.”Mason III also took home another honor: the Bob Cousy Award, given to the nation’s top point guard.ESPN listed the other awards that players won. Josh Hart won the Julius Erving Award as the top small forward, Kentucky’s Malik Monk, the Jerry West Award as the top shooting guard, Baylor’s Johnathan Motley won the Karl Malone Award, which is given to the top power forward, and Gonzaga’s Przemek Karnowski took home the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Award, given to the top center.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related
Aaron Camper’s early memories of the Philly music scene came from being an eager, talented 18 year-old roaming the halls of Larry Gold’s “The Studio,” — now Milk Boy The Studio — when the collective energy of artists like The Roots, Bilal, Musiq Soulchild and Jill Scott were just beginning to bubble over into mainstream music. Camper recalls seeing all of these artists pushing the limits of soul and R&B music, as well as their own sounds to the next level. Turns out, Camper was right at home amongst these musical giants. Since those days, Camper has gone on to tour the world alongside of many of music’s biggest stars, including Chris Brown, Jill Scott and Justin Timberlake. Now, the world is about to find out that the voice behind these powerhouse artists is a star in the making as well. Not only is Camper a talented vocalist and performer, but he’s also creative and sought-after songwriter. He’s composed songs with artists like Dirty Money and Jason Nelson, and even pens many of his own records. In 2011, Camper made a bold step and dropped his mixtape Welcome to My World with friend and business partner, highly-acclaimed musical director, Adam Blackstone. The mixtape was released under Blackstone’s label, BASSic Black Entertainment (BBE) and garnered its own buzz as Camper traveled performing shows between his background gigs with major headliners. The project showcased his songwriting and eclectic musical taste which ranges from The Winans to Phil Collins. If you’ve seen Aaron live then you know that something special happens when he steps on stage, whether he’s the forefront or holding it down on background. His voice is full of emotion and his live set is fun and always tells a story. He takes you back to your 90s hip-hop favorites and transitions seamlessly into his songs like “Breaking My Heart” and “Madness.” Philly 360° caught up with Camper while on break from touring with Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience World Music Tour. We followed along as Aaron performed alongside of powerhouse lineup that included Eric Roberson, She Is Phoenix, Astronauts Really Fly and Kontraband 215 for the hit music showcase Aaron Camper & Friends. Check out our recap here. This Maryland native and adopted Philadelphian has deep Philly ties and continues to remain connected to the Philly music scene — even if he just drops in town for a few weeks between tour dates. Aaron recently collaborated with West Philly emcee Chill Moody for their song “So in Love” and is currently cooking up some goodness with music producers Dilemma and JoeLogic. We’re pretty sure that there will be some new music coming from the Aaron’s camp very soon. A genuine spirit and incredibly talented artists, it’s time everyone in Philly, and beyond, gets to know Aaron Camper. Take a look at our exclusive video below. Watch Philly 360°’s exclusive with singer/songwriter Aaron Camper. Aaron Camper & Friends Takeover The Stage(D. McDowell for Philly 360°/ Visit Philly)
KUSI Newsroom, November 6, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Diane Harkey, on the race for the 49th congressional district 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – KUSI’s Dan Plante ran into Diane Harkey, candidate for 2018 California’s 49th congressional district at the US Grant Hotel. Posted: November 6, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Decision 2018 FacebookTwitter
4 min read November 7, 2014 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Register Now » I often help others find ways to “level up” in their lives and start moving toward their passions. One surefire way that I’ve found to increase anyone’s forward momentum is developing the individual’s leadership potential.But it takes some skill and hard work to pull off being a leader.Chances are, you’re already leading in some area of your life, even if not at work. Whether you love leading or feel reluctance in that role, here are five skills I’ve found essential for being the pathfinder in any area of your life:Related: Why Being Self-Critical Can Make You a Stronger Founder1. Practice self-reflection.One of the keys to being a good leader is having the ability to reflect back on decisions made and look at situations, whether good or bad, as lessons.Once you’ve done so, you can actively apply what you’ve learned. Taking mistakes or failures in stride and moving forward is an essential part of becoming a leader of integrity. Many of these lessons are useful to share with staff and strategic partners. In my case, I’ve found they often apply even to my children.2. Be proactive rather than reactive.Successful leaders come to the table prepared for a variety of scenarios and know how to behave when situations fall apart or don’t go according to plan. Preparedness ensures that you’re never in a situation where you can’t offer value or assist in problem solving as needed.This is simply being proactive. If you’re in a reactive state, chances are you’re not operating from a place of calm; your emotions are leading the charge. The best decisions, however, often result from when your thoughts and emotions work in tandem.You must always consider not only what’s favorable for the company’s bottom line but also what’s best for the team and the overall morale of the company.Related: 8 Keys to Being Identified as a Leader3. Find an unshakeable “why.”Effective leaders know their “why” and live it always. If you lack a clear vision about what you want personally and professionally, your commitment and focus will be inconsistent and you’ll fail to inspire those you lead.The greatest leaders have the drive to ensure that their vision comes to fruition even in the face of adversity. It’s this can-do attitude that gives rise to the most successful and most rewarding leadership experiences. Great leaders have a clear vision that starts from within. It’s drawn from their understanding of their natural gifts and desires.4. Feel passion for what you do.If you don’t have a deep burning in your belly for success in your venture, it will be difficult to maintain the consistency you need to lead your team to victory.The bigger the impact you want to have, the greater your influence must be. And nothing stirs the pot more than having a passionate leader who’s not only committed to the success of the company but also to that of each employee.5. Be prepared to do what others won’t.As the old adage goes, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” Great leaders know that for them, failure is not an option. Even if everything seems to be falling apart, a great leader has the self-discipline to stand up to failure or it crumbles the business like a house of cards.This means resisting the urge to make excuses and always doing the hard work, even when it seems like sheer agony. It all comes back to the need for crystal clear vision: Sometimes picturing the end result and the satisfaction of the challenge being behind you is the only way to make it through the rough spots.Related: Join the League of Extraordinary Bosses: 4 Habits to Cultivate
Hear from business owners and CEOs who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side bigger and stronger. November 13, 2014 4 min read You’ve heard of hiding money under your mattress. How about stashing it under your skin?That’s what Martijn “Mr. Bitcoin” Wismeijer just did. Apparently the early Bitcoin adopter likes to keep his cryptocash, ahem, close at hand.The virtual currency diehard had a pair of xNT near-field communication (NFC) microchips injected into the backs of his hands last week, right into the fleshy webbing between the thumb and index finger. So, yeah, he’s officially a cyborg now, a walking crypto-geek fantasy (and promotional machine) come true.Related: The World’s Newest Lie Detector Could Be a Sensor Implanted in Your MouthRT @paulbuitink: coffee with cyborg @MrBitc0in who has chip implants inhands to store #bitcoins under the skin 🙂 pic.twitter.com/avO1Qfs44I— Martijn Wismeijer (@twiet) November 12, 2014The handlebar-mustached Dutch programmer, who runs a global Bitcoin ATM collective, told CoinDesk he’s using the miniscule skin-deep caches not to store just Bitcoin. He’s holding other cryptocurrencies in it, too, including Darkcoin, Dogecoin and Litecoin. Because of course he is.The chips are compatible with devices containing an NFC antenna, like smartphones, tablets and other gadgets. They can be used to wirelessly share contact details, log into computers, unlock doors — and, yes, to store cryptocurrency. Right inside your paws. Um, how handy is that?Tinier than a single grain of rice (2 mm x 12 mm) and encased in a glass cylinder, the radio frequency identification-enabled (RFID) chips are a bit like the implants pet owners have veterinarians insert into their furry friends to follow their whereabouts. Like pet trackers, they’re powered by the gadgets they’re paired with, so no batteries are required.Related: Skin and Bones: Oh, the Body Parts You Can Make With 3-D Bio-printersBut there’s one big difference: Wismeijer’s implants are dangerous. They put him at risk of infection and his body could reject them altogether. He knew that going in, though. He bought the chips for $99 each from a freaky online biohacking/DIY body modification store aptly called DangerousThings. The site sells all kinds of freaky, potentially injurious non-FDA approved “biohacks.”The embedded cryptocurrency chips — yep, actual dangerous things — come complete with injection syringes and other “medical” supplies that no licensed doctor would probably touch. That’s why body piercing “artist” Tom van Oudenaarden was called in for the job. You can watch the whole crazy injection go down in Wismeijer’s video below. Heads-up: It’s not for the squeamish. Even if it’s not as painful as the injection part, storing cyptocurrency on the 888-byte capacity chip sounds like a pain. First, to set up a password on the device, users have to download a free, Android-only companion app. Then, to enter their private Bitcoin keys into the chip, one long line at a time, they need to download NXP’s TagWriter app. And it gets more complicated from there. Related: A Tiny, Whip-Tailed Robot Can Administer Meds Anywhere In the BodyYou’d think, for all that work, embedded people should also be able to use the chips to make and take cyptocash payments in the wave of a hand. Not so. At least not yet. Wismeijer told CoinDesk that he thinks some 3,000 people are already implanted with a chip “like his.” How about you? Would you wear one on your insides? If you are brave enough to biohack your bod with one (or two or more), Wismeijer says you should resist the urge to try the chip too soon, even if he didn’t.Related: The U.S. Military Wants to Inject People’s Brains With Painkilling Nanobots That Could Replace Medicine“Don’t be like me,” he told CoinDesk. “I wanted to try it out even before the blood dried up. Everyone wants to try it out right away…but you should leave it alone until it is no longer swollen and healed.”Blood. Swelling. Risk of infection and rejection. No thanks, we’re out.What crazy apps, gadgets and tech have you come across lately? Let us know by emailing us at [email protected] or by telling us in the comments below.Related: Next Up in Health Tech: DNA Hacking Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer Listen Now
Selfie drones are a thing. We’ve seen a few models with the sole purpose of following you around, taking video and snapping pictures of you when you’re adventuring or doing something as banal as grocery shopping.The Hover Camera Passport, on display at CES, is another of these small, portable aircraft. It has some design advantages when compared with others we’ve reviewed, including the Dobby, in that its rotors are protected by a plastic cage. This prevents them from getting damaged in flight, and prevents you from inadvertent injury.It sports a camera that can capture stills at 13-megapixel quality and video at 4K resolution. And, because of it small, lightweight design, no FAA registration is required. The Passport is controlled via a smartphone app (Android and iOS are supported), and can track your movements based on the location of your phone, or track a subject using facial recognition.The folding design is a big plus for folks who want to own a drone, but not a serious high flyer like the DJI Phantom 4. It can fly at speeds up to 17mph (about a third of what the Phantom is capable of), but while you can take a big drone and fly it up to a mile away from home base, Hover Camera recommends that you keep the Passport within 65 feet (20 meters) of your phone. A short battery life is a big reason for that — you can expect it to hover in place for just 10 minutes on a fully charged battery.It’s on sale now, but you may balk at the $599 price, which is a lot to ask for a personal selfie drone. You can get a very capable DJI Phantom 3 Standard for less, after all. But if you love capturing your own image, and want to put an aerial spin on your selfies, the Passport looks like a promising option for narcissists with deep pockets. This story originally appeared on PCMag Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now January 5, 2017 Enroll Now for Free 2 min read This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.