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 Draft Scout College Football Player News: Southeast Missouri
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  NOV 25 OHIO VALLEY DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Zach Hall, LB, 6-0, 238, Sr., Louisville, Ky., Southeast Missouri,...For the second-straight week Hall was named OVC Defensive Player of the Week after leading Southeast Missouri to a 31-24 win over Murray State which helped the Redhawks earn a share of the OVC Championship and earn an at-large playoff berth. The reigning National Defensive Player of the Year had 10 tackles, a quarterback hurry, a pass breakup and returned an interception 61 yards for a touchdown.

The pick-six came midway through the second quarter with the game tied at 10 and helped turned the momentum for Southeast Missouri. He keyed a defense that shutout MSU in allowed just 114 yards of total offense in the second half. It marked the fourth time in five games Hall had double-digit tackles. Hall ranks 26th nationally in tackles/game (9.3). Others Nominated: Kwame Sutton, Austin Peay; Joe Caputo, Eastern Illinois; Aaron Patrick, Eastern Kentucky; Jalen Choice, Jacksonville State; Justin Brown, Tennessee State; Aderick Moore, Tennessee Tech. - Ohio Valley Conference Football


(DS#37 ILB) Sr/2020 ILB Zach HallSoutheast Missouri
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  #12 Southeast Missouri (9-3) will host Missouri Valley Football Conference member #13 Illinois State (8-4) in the first round of the 2019 NCAA Division I Football Championship on Saturday, Nov. 30. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m., CT, at Houck Field. The game will air live on ESPN3. The winner of the SEMO and ISU matchup will advance to play Central Arkansas, which secured the #8 national seed. The Redhawks entered this year's 24-team bracket as an at-large selection joining automatic qualifier Austin Peay out of the Ohio Valley Conference. APSU also plays a first round game against Furman Saturday.

SEMO makes its third playoff appearance all-time and advances to the postseason for a program-first second straight season. The Redhawks earned a share of the 2019 Ohio Valley Conference title with Austin Peay after beating Murray State, 31-24, Nov. 23. This year marks the seventh of an expanded 24-team playoff field. In 2010 the FCS Playoffs expanded from 16 teams to 20 teams, the first expansion since the field grew from 12 to 16 teams in 1997. The OVC has placed multiple teams in the playoffs (which began in 1978) in 22 of the 41 years; the OVC has now had multiple teams in the field in seven of the last 10 and nine of the last 14 years. - Southeast Missouri Football


(DS#37 ILB) Sr/2020 ILB Zach HallSoutheast Missouri
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  Daniel Santacaterina threw a pair of touchdown passes to Zack Smith late in the game that made the difference as Southeast Missouri State rallied to beat Murray State 31-24 in a regular-season finale on Saturday. The Redhawks (9-3, 7-1) trailed 24-17 at the start of the fourth quarter when Santacaterina capped a 12-play, 68-yard drive with a 17-yard touchdown throw to Smith to tie it 24-all. They took over on downs after a failed Murray State drive and Santacaterina once again went to Smith, this time from 6 yards, for another score and a 31-24 lead with 8:57 to go. Santacaterina finished with 215 yards and three touchdowns passing for the Redhawks. Zion Curtis carried 15 times for 86 yards and Kristian Wilkerson had 11 receptions for 95 yards and a score. Zach Hall had a 61-yard interception return for a touchdown. Preston Rice threw for 284 yards and two touchdowns for the Racers (4-8, 2-6). - AP College Football

(DS#75 QB) rSr/2020 QB Daniel SantacaterinaSoutheast Missouri
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  NOV 18 OVC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Zach Hall, LB, 6-0, 238, Sr., Louisville, Ky., Southeast Missouri,...Hall, the reigning Buck Buchanan Award Winner, had 12 tackles (including 1.5 for loss), a sack, an interception and pass breakup as No.15 Southeast Missouri won 26-12 at Eastern Illinois to remain tied for first place in the OVC standings. HIs sack came on the opening possession of the third quarter, went for -10 yards and forced a punt which teammate Shabari Davis returned 46 yards for a touchdown to put the Redhawks on top for good. Hall's interception came in the fourth quarter and helped Southeast end the game. Hall went over 100 tackles for the second-straight season, the first SEMO player to achieve that since 2011-12. Hall ranks 24th nationally in tackles (9.3/game). Others Nominated: Shaun Whittinghill, Austin Peay; Joe Caputo, Eastern Illinois; Corey Glass, Eastern Kentucky; TJ Porter, Murray State; Emmanuel Olenga, Tennessee State; Seth Carlisle, Tennessee Tech; TJ Jefferson, UT Martin. - Ohio Valley Conference Football

(DS#37 ILB) Sr/2020 ILB Zach HallSoutheast Missouri
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  Shabari Davis returned a punt 36 yards for a touchdown and, trailing at halftime, Southeastern Missouri State scored three late touchdowns to defeat Eastern Illinois 26-12 on Saturday, winning at O'Brien Stadium for the first time since 2010. After Davis. punt return just after halftime, Daniel Santacaterina and Mark Robinson scored fourth-quarter rushing touchdowns for the Redhawks (8-3, 6-1 Ohio Valley Conference). SE Missouri State notched back-to-back eight-win seasons for the first time in program history.

SE Missouri State remains in a first-place tie in the OVC with Austin Peay. The Governors beat the Redhawks 28-24 last month. The Governors end the season next week against Eastern Illinois (1-10, 1-6) and Southeast Missouri State ends with Murray State. Eastern Illinois led 7-6 at the half on Harry Woodbery's 26-yard pass to Isaiah Hill to cap an 87-yard drive. Hill gained 152 yards on 13 catches while Woodbery was 6 of 9 passing for 118 yards Santacaterina as 16 of 27 passing for 139 yards. Robinson gained 77 on 13 carries. - AP College Football


(DS#75 QB) rSr/2020 QB Daniel SantacaterinaSoutheast Missouri
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  NOV 11 OVC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kristian Wilkerson, WR, 6-1, 214, Sr., Memphis, Tenn., Southeast Missouri,...Wilkerson caught 10 passes for 254 yards and a pair of touchdown as No. 17 Southeast Missouri came-from-behind to top Eastern Kentucky 38-31 and remain tied for first place in the OVC standings. The senior averaged 25.4 yards/catch and scored on touchdown catches of 68 and 45 yards in the first half. The 254 receiving yards are the second-most by a FCS player this season.

Wilkerson ranks third nationally in receiving yards (1,085), fifth in receiving yards/game (108.5), 13th in receiving touchdowns (9) and 14th in yards/reception (21.27). The senior now ranks second in OVC history in career receiving touchdowns (32), just three behind the all-time leader. He is also fourth in OVC history in receiving yards (3,275) and 10th in receptions (199). This marks the second time this season he has been named OVC Offensive Player of the Week. Others Nominated: Kentel Williams, Austin Peay; Darshon McCullough, Eastern Illinois; Josh Pearson, Jacksonville State; Steven Newbold, Tennessee State; Bailey Fisher, Tennessee Tech; Jaylon Moore, UT Martin. - Ohio Valley Football


(DS#92 WR) rSr/2020 WR Kristian WilkersonSoutheast Missouri
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  Zion Custis ran 12 yards for a touchdown with 37 seconds left and Southeast Missouri State turned back an upset bid by Eastern Kentucky 38-31 on Saturday. The Redhawks (7-3, 5-1 Ohio Valley Conference), ranked 18th in the FCS Coaches poll, trailed 31-14 with 10:11 remaining in the third quarter before scoring 24 unanswered points. The Colonels (5-5, 3-3) took a 7-0 lead on Daryl McCleskey Jr.'s 7-yard run, but Daniel Santacaterina connected with Kristian Wilkerson for a 68-yard scoring strike to pull SEMO even after one quarter. Samuel Hayworth's 27-yard field put EKU up 10-7, but Santacaterina and Wilkerson hooked up for a 45-yard score and a 14-10 lead for the Redhawks. The Colonels scored two TDs in the final 5:45 of the second quarter -- Parker McKinney's 6-yard run and Alonzo Booth's 12-yard run -- to grab a 24-14 halftime lead.

Eastern Kentucky stretched its lead to 17 when Aaron Patrick sacked Santacaterina, forcing a fumble that was recovered in the end zone by Tre Turner. From there it was all Redhawks. Santacaterina pulled SEMO within 10 points by the end of the third quarter with a 7-yard TD toss to Zack Smith. Custis pulled the Redhawks within 31-28 on a 4-yard TD run early in the fourth quarter. Kendrick Tiller's 40-yard field goal with 5:55 left to play knotted the score at 31 and set the stage for Custis' second TD run. Santacaterina completed 17 of 27 passes for 295 yards with three TDs and two interceptions. Wilkerson finished with a career-best 10 catches for 254 yards and two scores. Custis had 83 yards rushing on 16 carries and two TDs. EKU's Parker McKinney was 13-of-28 passing for 167 yards with two picks. - AP College Football


(DS#37 ILB) Sr/2020 ILB Zach HallSoutheast Missouri
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  11/04/19 - Geno HessrFr/2023, Southeast Missouri, 5-08, 209 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  NOV 4 OVC CO-NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK: Geno Hess, RB, 5-8, 190, R-Fr., Peoria, Ill., Southeast Missouri,...Hess ran for a career-high 156 yards and two touchdowns as Southeast Missouri topped Tennessee State 32-13 to remain in a tie for first place in the OVC. The victory was the first for the Redhawks over the Tigers in Nashville since 1996. The 156 rushing yards are the third-most by an OVC player this season Hess carried the ball 14 times in averaging 11.1 yards/carry. He scored his first touchdown on an 18-yard run early in the third quarter and added his second score on a 73-yard scamper to open the fourth quarter and put the game out of reach. The 73-yard run was the longest rushing play for SEMO this season. Others Nominated: Marcis Floyd, Murray State; Dail Dava, Tennessee Tech. - Ohio Valley Football

(DS#999 RB) rFr/2023 RB Geno HessSoutheast Missouri
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  Geno Hess ran for 156 yards and two scores and Daniel Santacaterina passed for 271 yards and another touchdown as Southeast Missouri State dominated Tennessee State 32-13 Saturday to remain in the hunt for the Ohio Valley Conference championship. The victory ended an eight-game losing streak on the Tigers' home field. Santacaterina's touchdown toss was to Kristian Wilkerson who finished with 111 yards receiving. The catch gave Wilkerson 30 for his career, making him the all-time leader at SEMO, passing Paul McRoberts (2012-15). Kendrick Tiller booted three field goals to help the Redhawks to a 15-0 lead at the break. Hess opened the second half with an 18-yard scoring run and then scampered 73 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth to establish a 32-7 lead. SEMO (6-3, 4-1) has won three straight after falling to Austin Peay 28-21. Cameron Rosendahl led the Tigers (2-7, 1-4), throwing for 217 yards and a score. - AP College Football

(DS#75 QB) rSr/2020 QB Daniel SantacaterinaSoutheast Missouri
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  OCT 28 OVC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Omardrick Douglas, OLB, 6-3, 234, Jr., Louisville, Ky., Southeast Missouri,...With the game tied, Douglas picked off a pass and returned it 32 yards for a touchdown with 5:32 to play to help Southeast Missouri to a 17-10 victory over UT Martin. The junior also added three tackles and blocked a Skyhawks 26-yard field goal attempt early in the second quarter to keep the score at 7-3. Douglas was part of a defense that forced a season-high five turnovers, had five sacks and shutout UTM in the second half. Others Nominated: Shaun Whittinghill, Austin Peay; Joseph Sayles, Eastern Kentucky; Yul Gowdy, Jacksonville State; TJ Warren, Murray State; Aderick Moore, Tennessee Tech. - Ohio Valley Football

(DS#94 OLB) Jr/2021 OLB Omardrick DouglasSoutheast Missouri
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  Omardrick Douglas' 32-yard interception return for a touchdown late in the game gave his team the win as Southeast Missouri State rallied in the second half to edge UT Martin 17-10 on Saturday. Douglas picked off UTM's John Bachus III and ran for the winning score with 5:32 remaining in the fourth quarter. Later, Bydarrius Knighten intercepted Bachus again with two seconds left to seal the victory. Daniel Santacaterina had 127 yards passing for the Redhawks (5-3, 3-1 Ohio Valley Conference). Backup QB Joe Pyle replaced Santacaterina in the second half and ran for a score.

Kendrick Tiller kicked a 29-yard field goal late in the first quarter but UTM answered with a touchdown and a field goal and the Redhawks trailed 10-3 at halftime. Pyle broke for his 61-yard touchdown run on the third play of the second half, evening the score 10-all. UTM's Ryan Courtright missed a 23-yard field goal late in the third quarter and Tiller had a 46-yard attempt blocked early in the fourth. Bachus had 284 yards and a score passing for the Skyhawks (5-3, 4-1). - AP College Football


(DS#75 QB) rSr/2020 QB Daniel SantacaterinaSoutheast Missouri
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  OCT 21 OVC CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Justin Swift, OLB, 6-0, 209, Sr., Memphis, Tenn., Southeast Missouri,...Swift matches his career-high with 12 tackles (including 2.5 for loss) while adding a sack, a pass breakup and forcing a fumble as Southeast Missouri topped No. 14 Jacksonville State 24-21. The win snapped JSU's 32-game regular season home winning streak, gave SEMO back-to-back wins over the Gamecocks and marked the program's first win in Jacksonville since 1964. His forced fumble came deep in JSU territory in the third quarter and led to a Southeast Missouri field goal five plays later as the team took a 10-7 lead (and never trailed again). Swift keyed a defense that shutout the Gamecocks for two quarters while recording a season-best four takeaways. Others Nominated: Dytarious Johnson, Eastern Illinois; Jalen Choice, Jacksonville State; Scotty Humpich, Murray State; Josh Green, Tennessee State; TJ Jefferson, UT Martin. - Ohio Valley Football

(DS#89 OLB) Sr/2020 OLB Justin SwiftSoutheast Missouri
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  OCT 21 OVC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kristian Wilkerson, WR, 6-1, 214, Sr., Memphis, Tenn., Southeast Missouri,...Wilkerson had three catches for 129 yards and two touchdowns, including an 80-yarder with four minutes to play in the game that helped seal Southeast Missouri's 24-21 win over No. 14 Jacksonville State. The win snapped JSU's 32-game regular season home winning streak, gave SEMO back-to-back wins over the Gamecocks and marked the program's first win in Jacksonville since 1964.

On a rainy day, Wilkerson caught a 15-yard touchdown with 1:07 left before halftime to open the scoring. With Southeast holding a 10-7 lead late in the fourth quarter he streaked for the 80-yard score, the fourth-longest touchdown catch in school history. The two touchdown catches moved Wilkerson's career total to 29, which ranks sixth in OVC history, six off the all-time record. He recorded his fourth 100-yard receiving game of the season (and 10th of his career) and increased his career receiving yardage mark to 2,874 yards, 10th most in OVC history. Others Nominated: JaVaughn Craig, Austin Peay; Isaiah Hill, Eastern Illinois; Zerrick Cooper, Jacksonville State; LaMartez Brooks, Murray State; Steven Newbold, Tennessee State. - Ohio Valley Football


(DS#92 WR) rSr/2020 WR Kristian WilkersonSoutheast Missouri
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  Daniel Santacaterina threw three touchdown passes to lead Southeast Missouri State to a 24-21 victory over No. 16 Jacksonville State on Saturday. It was Southeast Missouri State's first win at Jacksonville, Alabama, since 1991, when it entered Division I play. The Redhawks had just one road win in 11 games against the Gamecocks -- a 24-0 victory in 1964. Santacaterina tossed an 80-yard touchdown pass to Kristian Wilkerson that stretched the Redhawks (4-3, 2-1 Ohio Valley Conference) lead to 17-7 with 4:21 to play. The Gamecocks (5-3, 2-2) answered two minutes later on Zerrick Cooper's 8-yard TD pass to Jamari Hester.

SEMO recovered the ensuing onside kick and scored three plays later on Santacaterina's 38-yard touchdown pass to Aaron Alston. Alston caught the ball around the Gamecocks 15 and beat two defenders into the end zone. Cooper threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Ahmad Edwards with seven seconds to play. Santacaterina was 12 of 28 for 220 yards passing. Wilkerson caught three passes, two for scores, and finished with 129 yards receiving. - AP College Football


(DS#75 QB) rSr/2020 QB Daniel SantacaterinaSoutheast Missouri
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  Mark Robinson had three rushing touchdowns and Zion Custis rushed for the game winner in the second overtime and Southeast Missouri beat Tennessee Tech 43-37 Saturday night. The Redbirds' Robert Hatchett III broke up Bailey Fisher's pass attempt to Darrius Stafford at the goal line on fourth-and-13 to end it. Fisher's 3-yard TD pass to Andrew Goldsmith at the start of the first overtime gave the Golden Eagles their last lead of the game at 37-30. Robinson responded with a 16-yard run through the middle of Tennessee Tech's defense to tie it.

Geno Hess' 1-yard run with 96 seconds left in regulation ended a 10-play, 78-yard drive and gave Southeast Missouri (3-2, 1-0 Ohio Valley) a 30-27 lead. On the ensuing kickoff, Metrius Fleming returned it 31 yards to the Golden Eagles' 36-yard line. Fisher completed a 26-yard pass to Fleming, Fisher ran for four yards and Haidar Zaidan came on to nail a 51-yard field goal with 31 seconds left to force overtime. The largest margin occurred when Robinson ran it in from 5 yards out to make it 20-10 with 6:19 left before halftime. Fisher followed with a 66-yard scoring pass to David Gist and Zaidan made a 35-yard field goal as time expired to end the half to tie it. Fisher finished with 290 yards passing and two scores and ran for 68 yards with a rushing touchdown for the Golden Eagles (4-2, 1-1). Fleming had nine receptions for 108 receiving yards and returned five kicks for 122 yards. - AP College Football


(DS#999 RB) Jr/2021 RB Mark RobinsonSoutheast Missouri
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