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  07/27/20 - Todd SummersSr/2021, Duquesne, 6-4, 245 (DS#38 TE) + More +

  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS FOURTH TEAM: TE Todd Summers, Villanova, Sr.,...Summers played in 13 games and had 34 catches for 364 yards/10.7 YPC and six touchdowns in 2019. He played in 10 games and had 11 catches for 148 yards and one touchdown in 2018. - Villanova Football

(DS#38 TE) Sr/2021 TE Todd SummersDuquesne
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  03/07/20 - Daniel ParrrSr/2020, Duquesne, 6-2, 210 (DS#92 QB) + More +

  Once among the state's top high school quarterbacks, Parr played three years at FAU before thriving at Duquesne University, an FCS school in Pennsylvania, the last two seasons. The result, Parr told The Post, was a "roller-coaster" ride that he'll forever appreciate as he prepares for April's NFL Draft. "I wouldn't trade a thing for the world," Parr said. "I learned so many lessons and met so many great people and had so many great experiences that taught me a lot. I'm grateful for everything - the good things and the bad things." Ahead of the NFL Draft, which is April 23-25, Parr has been training with Benjamin head coach, and former NFL quarterback, Eric Kresser.

Parr's pro day is March 19 at the Pittsburgh Steelers' practice complex. Fittingly, Parr is a lifelong Pittsburgh sports fan who often occasionally donned a Steelers hat in interviews. If a professional playing career doesn't work out, Parr has his eyes set on coaching high school football. His father, Paul, has coached for several local programs. Parr said he was "inspired" by former Dwyer head coach Jack Daniels. "Looking at all the kids he's helped, he's taken kids that probably never would have went to college if it wasn't for football," Parr explained. "Giving those kids an opportunity to get a college degree, it's something that I might want to do in the future." - Palm Beach Post


(DS#92 QB) rSr/2020 QB Daniel ParrDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Chris FavorosoSr/2020, Duquesne, 6-2, 238 (DS#103 OLB) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Chris Favoroso, Duquesne, Sr.,...Favoroso garners his first All-NEC honor after serving as a two-year starter on the defensive line for the Dukes. Wreaking havoc in opponents' backfields all season, Favoroso finished with a team-high 7.5 sacks while matching a team high with nine tackles for loss. The Florida native added 43 tackles (24 solo) and led Duquesne with 12 quarterback hurries on the year. He tallied a season-high 10 tackles on the road at Youngstown State. - Duquesne Football

(DS#103 OLB) Sr/2020 OLB Chris FavorosoDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Gabe SpurlockSr/2020, Duquesne, 6-3, 295 (DS#61 C) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Gabe Spurlock, Duquesne, Sr.,...A big reason the Dukes had success running the ball and protecting quarterbacks were offensive linemen Gabe Spurlock and Sterling Jenkins. Duquesne ranked 26th in the country with the fewest sacks allowed at 1.55 per game. In addition, Spurlock - who started 30 straight games for the Dukes - and Jenkins - a graduate transfer from Penn State - blocked for seven 100-yard individual rushing performances in 2019. The pair helped limit opponents to a sack-or-fewer in six contests this season. - Duquesne Football

(DS#61 C) Sr/2020 C Gabe SpurlockDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Kam CarterSr/2020, Duquesne, 6-3, 291 (DS#111 DT) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Kam Carter, Duquesne, Sr.,...This marks Carter's second straight first team nod, as the 6-4, 295-pound defensive tackle has provided a big physical presence on the defensive front for the Dukes for the past two seasons. He recorded 29 tackles (17 solo), three tackles for loss and a pair of sacks. Carter added a trio of pass breakups and five quarterback hurries during his senior campaign. He finished with a season-high seven tackles in the finale against 18th-ranked Central Connecticut. - Duquesne Football

(DS#111 DT) Sr/2020 DT Kam CarterDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Brendan ThompsonSr/2020, Duquesne, 5-10, 220 (DS#93 ILB) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): LB Brendan Thompson, Duquesne, Sr.,...After pacing the Duquesne defense with 75 tackles on the year, Thompson earns his first all-conference accolade as a senior. Stepping into a starting role for the first time in his career, Thompson responded in a big way, recording 46 solo stops while tying for the team lead with nine tackles for loss to go with 2.5 sacks. In addition, he ranked second in the NEC with a trio of forced fumbles on the season while recovering two fumbles for the Dukes. Thompson had a season-high 11 tackles in Duquesne's road NEC win at Sacred Heart while adding nine tackles with a pair of tackles for loss at Robert Morris and eight at New Hampshire. Thompson started the season with an eight-tackle performance in the win over Walsh with two tackles for loss, a sack, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. - Duquesne Football

(DS#93 ILB) Sr/2020 ILB Brendan ThompsonDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Sterling JenkinsrSr/2020, Duquesne, 6-7, 310 (DS#62 OT) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Sterling Jenkins, Duquesne, Sr.,...A big reason the Dukes had success running the ball and protecting quarterbacks were offensive linemen Gabe Spurlock and Sterling Jenkins. Duquesne ranked 26th in the country with the fewest sacks allowed at 1.55 per game. In addition, Spurlock - who started 30 straight games for the Dukes - and Jenkins - a graduate transfer from Penn State - blocked for seven 100-yard individual rushing performances in 2019. The pair helped limit opponents to a sack-or-fewer in six contests this season. - Duquesne Football

(DS#62 OT) rSr/2020 OT Sterling JenkinsDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Kellon TaylorSr/2020, Duquesne, 6-4, 220 (DS#164 WR) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): WR Kellon Taylor, Duquesne, Sr.,...Taylor collects his first all-conference nod after pacing the Dukes with 53 receptions for 558 yards and five touchdowns. The 6-5, 220-pound receiver posted back-to-back 100-yard receiving performances against Saint Francis and at Robert Morris, hauling in eight catches for 101 yards and a touchdown in the win over the Red Flash followed by a six-catch, career-best 113-yard showing with a touchdown on the road against the Colonials. Taylor finished fourth in the NEC with 4.8 receptions per game. - Duquesne Football

(DS#164 WR) Sr/2020 WR Kellon TaylorDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Mark AllenrSr/2020, Duquesne, 5-06, 185 (DS#122 RB) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB Mark Allen, Duquesne, Sr.,...Allen collects his first all-conference honor in his first season on The Bluff. The Penn State graduate transfer ranked second in the NEC and 32nd in the FCS averaging 119.4 all-purpose yards per game. He tallied 689 rushing yards with four rushing touchdowns, 15 receptions for 129 yards, 17 punt returns for 185 yards and a touchdown as well as eight kick returns for 191 yards. Allen registered a career-high 168 rushing yards on 30 carries with a pair of touchdowns to lead the Dukes to a big road win at Dayton this season, a performance which secured him NEC Offensive Player of the Week honors. In Duquesne's win over Wagner, Allen returned a punt 65 yards to pay dirt and was named NEC Special Teams Player of the Week. - Duquesne Football

(DS#122 RB) rSr/2020 RB Mark AllenDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - A.J. HinesSr/2020, Duquesne, 5-11, 225 (DS#58 RB) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB AJ Hines, Duquesne, Sr.,...Hines is the fourth Duquesne player to earn All-NEC laurels all four years of his career, joining Ben Huss and Nathan Stone. The 2016 Jerry Rice Award winner caps his career as the program's all-time leading rusher with 4,629 rushing yards. He is also the program's leader in rushing touchdowns (44) as well as career 100-yard rushing games (25). Hines rushed for 780 yards in nine games for the Dukes in 2019, 640 of those coming in NEC play, good for second in the conference. He ran for at least 100 yards in five games to go with six rushing touchdowns on the year. - Duquesne Football

(DS#58 RB) Sr/2020 RB A.J. HinesDuquesne
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  01/02/20 - Reid Harrison-DucrosSr/2020, Duquesne, 5-10, 183 (DS#121 CB) + More +

  2019 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB Reid Harrison-Ducros, Duquesne, Sr.,...Harrison-Ducros earned his first all-conference award after ranking second in the NEC with four interceptions on the season. The Boise State transfer finished with 36 tackles on the year with 29 solo stops, good for fourth on the team to go with a tackle for loss. A big reason why the Dukes closed the year ranked seventh at the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) in pass defense, Harrison-Ducros registered nine passes defended on the season. He had a pair of interceptions in Duquesne's win at Sacred Heart and was named NEC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance. - Duquesne Football

(DS#121 CB) Sr/2020 CB Reid Harrison-DucrosDuquesne
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  11/02/19 - Daniel ParrrSr/2020, Duquesne, 6-2, 210 (DS#92 QB) + More +

  Daniel Parr threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score and Duquesne cashed in on a turnover to beat St. Francis (Pa.) 30-21 on Saturday to remain undefeated in Northeast Conference play. The win was coach Jerry Schmitt's 98th, the most in program history. Parr's 15-yard pass to Kellon Taylor tied it at 7 and Mitch MacZura's go-ahead 28-yard field goal put the Dukes (6-2, 4-0) up for good. Brendan Thompson forced and recovered a fumble that led to Parr's 2-yard run for a 17-7 lead and his 16-yard TD pass to Kareem Coles Jr. made it 27-21 in the third quarter.

The Red Flash drove to the Dukes' 37 in the fourth, but Harvey Clayton Jr. picked off Jason Brown's fourth-down desperation heave at the goal line. The Dukes stopped St. Francis's final drive on downs to seal it. Parr was 16 of 31 for 203 yards and Taylor caught eight passes for 101 yards. Brown threw three TD passes for the Red Flash (4-5, 2-3), two to Ra'Shaun Henry and a 7-yarder to EJ Jenkins. Brown was 20 of 38 for 278 yards and Henry caught 11 passes for 183 yards. - AP College Football


(DS#92 QB) rSr/2020 QB Daniel ParrDuquesne
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  10/30/19 - Mark AllenrSr/2020, Duquesne, 5-06, 185 (DS#122 RB) + More +

  OCT 28 NEC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: MARK ALLEN, DUQUESNE, RB, Sr., 5-7, 185 lbs., Hyattsville, MD/Penn State,...WEEK 9 Stats: 2 punt returns, 75 PR yards, 65-yard PR TD,...Allen became the first NEC athlete to return a punt to paydirt this season. The graduate transfer running back, who scored on a two-yard rush early in the second half, found the end zone again in the opening minute of the fourth quarter. He fielded a 47-yard punt on the far hash mark at his own 35-yard line and worked his way to the near sideline before turning on the burners. Allen's 65-yard punt return gave the Dukes a 28-14 advantage with 14:36 remaining. Allen, who made two fair catches earlier in the contest, added a 10-yard punt return from his own 9-yard line with 4:04 left on the clock. - NEC Football

(DS#122 RB) rSr/2020 RB Mark AllenDuquesne
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  10/26/19 - Mark AllenrSr/2020, Duquesne, 5-06, 185 (DS#122 RB) + More +

  Mark Allen returned a punt 65 yards for a touchdown 24 seconds into the fourth quarter and Duquesne held on for a 28-24 victory over Wagner on Saturday. After a scoreless first quarter, Wagner built a 14-0 lead halfway through the second when Christian Alexander-Stevens capped back-to-back drives with scoring runs of 16 and 9 yards, respectively. Duquesne (5-2, 3-0 Northeast Conference) responded with two touchdowns in the final 1:55 of the quarter. Daniel Parr capped an 11-play, 69-yard drive with a 16-yard TD toss to Davie Henderson on third-and-13. The Dukes' Jake Dixon forced Myron Morris to fumble on the ensuing kickoff and Connor Barrett recovered at Wagner's 24-yard line. Duquesne used 10 plays to score with A.J. Hines running it in from 1-yard.

Duquesne opened the third quarter with an eight-play, 77-yard drive that ended with Allen's 2-yard TD run for a 21-14 lead. Allen followed with his punt return for a two-score lead. Alexander-Stevens' third rushing TD pulled the Seahawks (1-7, 1-2) within 28-21 with 12:40 remaining. Eric Silvester's 32-yard field goal reduced the deficit to four with 7:47 left. Mason Williams ended it when he picked off Alexander-Stevens with 1:41 left. Hines finished with 113 yards on 26 carries for Duquesne, which amassed 218 yards on the ground but just 72 through the air. Alexander-Stevens ran for 61 yards on 11 carries and completed 14 of 28 passes for 191 yards and the costly pick. - AP College Football


(DS#122 RB) rSr/2020 RB Mark AllenDuquesne
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  10/22/19 - Reid Harrison-DucrosSr/2020, Duquesne, 5-10, 183 (DS#121 CB) + More +

  OCT 21 NEC CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: REID HARRISON-DUCROS, DUQUESNE, CB, Sr., 5-10, 185 lbs., Colleyville, TX/Boise State,...WEEK 8 Stats: 3 total tackles, 2 INT, Pass break-up,...Harrison-Ducros intercepted the NEC's leading passer twice during Duquesne's 20-6 road win over Sacred Heart. With the Dukes' defense limiting SHU to its lowest point total of the season, Harrison-Ducros totaled three tackles and added a PBU. The veteran cornerback and his fellow Dukes became the first unit to hold an opponent under 100 yards passing in a NEC game this season.

Setting the tone early, Harrison-Ducros made three straight first-quarter plays capped by an interception. First, he stopped a wide receiver rush after a short three-yard gain. On second down, he broke up a well-timed slant pass. Then, he picked off an errant throw at the SHU 49 and set the Dukes up with a 1st-and-10 in plus territory. With Duquesne protecting a 17-6 lead, Harrison-Ducros intercepted another third-down pass late in the third quarter. - NEC Football


(DS#121 CB) Sr/2020 CB Reid Harrison-DucrosDuquesne
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