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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PUnitas/PWuerffel...2021: NAC...2020: NAC...PManning/PWuerffel...127-263-1785-12-3-48.3 pass, 119-592-5.0-6 rush in 5 sts, 10 gms in '18.



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  Holton Ahlers threw six touchdown passes, four to C.J. Johnson, and East Carolina rolled to a 48-28 victory over South Florida on Saturday. The American Athletic Conference announced Tuesday that they moved the game from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida to Boca Raton due to the anticipated impacts of Hurricane Ian on the Tampa Bay area. Ahlers threw a strike to Ryan Jones at the 10-yard line, who then steamrolled over a defender and into the end zone to cap a 21-yard touchdown and give the Pirates a 28-7 lead midway through the second quarter. Ahlers lofted a 9-yard touchdown pass to Johnson in the end zone that stretched the Pirates' advantage to 48-21 with 3:40 remaining in the third. Ahlers was 31-of-41 passing for 465 yards. Johnson finished with seven catches for 197 yards receiving, and had scoring catches of 60, 74 and 14 yards in the first half. Gerry Bohanon threw a 91-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Horn, Jr. in the second quarter for USF (1-4, 0-1). Bohanon completed 18 of 28 passes for 253 yards and three touchdowns. - East Carolina/AP College Football

(DS#62 QB) rSr/2023 QB Holton AhlersEast Carolina
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  SEPT 19 AMERICAN CONFERENCE ATHLETIC HONOR ROLL: Holton Ahlers, Sr., QB, East Carolina,...Went 17-for-20 for 263 yards and three touchdowns in a 49-10 win against Campbell. Became The American's career passing leader (11,019 yards). - American Athletic Conference Football

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  Holton Ahlers threw two of his three touchdown passes in the third quarter and Rahjai Harris ran for two second-half scores and East Carolina pulled away from FCS-level Campbell over the final two quarters to post a 49-10 victory on Saturday. Ahlers was 17-of-20 for 263 yards. Keaton Mitchell added 185 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries. The Pirates finished with 572 yards of offense. Hajj-Malik Williams fired a 61-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Kelsey in the first quarter to put Campbell ahead 10-7, but the Fighting Camels were blanked the rest of the way. Williams completed 23 of 38 passes for 300 yards and a touchdown with one interception for Campbell. - East Carolina/AP College Football

(DS#62 QB) rSr/2023 QB Holton AhlersEast Carolina
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  Holton Ahlers threw for two touchdowns, Keaton Mitchell added two on the ground and East Carolina pulled away from Old Dominion 39-21 on Saturday. Hayden Wolff's 18-yard TD pass to Ali Jennings III early in the second half got Old Dominion (1-1) with two points but the Pirates (2-0) scored the next 23 points including two touchdowns by Rahjai Harris — one receiving and one rushing — and an 81-yard run by Mitchell. Ahlers was 25-of-39 passing for 270 yards and Mitchell had 160 yards rushing on 18 carries. ECU, which fell by a point to then-No. 13 North Carolina State last week, outgained Old Dominion 531-286. Wolff was 18 of 29 for 271 yards passing and three touchdowns, all to Jennings, who made eight catches for 196 yards. The Monarchs were coming off a 20-17 win over Virginia Tech. They play at Virginia next week. ECU is home against Campbell. - East Carolina/AP College Football

(DS#62 QB) rSr/2023 QB Holton AhlersEast Carolina
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  2022 PRESEASON WUERFFEL TROPHY (COMMUNITY SERVICE) WATCHLIST: Holton Ahlers, East Carolina, Sr., QB,...A December 2021 graduate with a degree in communications, Ahlers is a seven-time ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll and four-time AAC All-Academic. He has also volunteered his time in the community working with programs such as Aces for Autism, Food Bank of Eastern North Carolina, James & Connie Maynard Children's Hospital/Vidant Medical Center, Pirate Armada, Pitt County Trash Pick-up, Ronald McDonald House and the Special Olympics. - East Carolina Football

(DS#62 QB) rSr/2023 QB Holton AhlersEast Carolina
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  2022 PRESEASON JOHNNY UNITAS GOLDEN ARM AWARD WATCH LIST: Holton Ahlers, East Carolina,...Last year, Ahlers threw for 3,216 yards (256-of-414) and 18 touchdowns to 10 interceptions. On the national level (FBS) level, he ranked 20th in completions per game (21.33), passing yards and passing yards per game (260.5). A dual threat quarterback, he rushed for 202 yards on 116 carries with six scores. He enters his senior season standing fourth all time in ECU quarter back rushing yards, just 224 shy of surpassing Leander Green's current school-record of 1,485. He has accounted for 88 career touchdowns (69 passing, 19 rushing), and of his 69 aerial scores, 60 have come in league play. - East Carolina Football

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  When East Carolina quarterback Holton Ahlers arrived on the campus of East Carolina, the Greenville native knew that there would be some amount of pressure placed on a local kid playing the most important position in town. He was right. He was also ready. "I knew when I committed here when I was 17 years old, I knew there was gonna be a lot of pressure here," Ahlers said at the American Athletic Conference media day on Thursday. "But you know, I wanted it to be on me and no one else." Ahlers, entering his fifth and final season with the Pirates, helped guide ECU to its first winning season and a bowl berth since 2014.

The season was also the first winning season for Ahlers since being in high school at D.H. Conley. Now, in his final season, Ahlers hopes he can harness that pressure and turn it into a successful season. "Coach (Mike) Houston came in and has developed a great culture here, a great team culture," Ahlers said. "It's been really good to be a part of it. This year, this is the best team overall that we've had. We just have to go out there and play the way that we know we can play and the rest will take care of itself. "For it being my last year, I am going to enjoy it as much as I can and just really appreciate that there's going to be a lot of lasts for me this year. So I'm just enjoying it. It starts with camp and just getting the team as close as we can be to being ready for that first game and then going out there and playing good the whole season." - Daily Reflector


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  Owen Daffer drilled a 54-yard field goal as time expired to give East Carolina a 38-35 victory over Navy on Saturday night. Maquel Haywood scored on a 98-yard kickoff return that gave Navy (2-8, 2-5 American) a 35-27 lead with 8:33 remaining. East Carolina's Holton Ahlers answered with a 28-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Snead about three minutes later to tie it at 35. The Midshipmen punted with 1:24 to play, and Ahlers connected with Snead on a 46-yard pass on the next play. East Carolina (7-4, 5-2) then let the clock run before Daffer's game-winning kick. Ahlers was 27-of-32 passing for 405 yards and threw three touchdown passes. Keaton Mitchell carried the ball 18 times for 94 yards and had a 10-yard touchdown run for the Pirates. Tai Lavatai threw a pair of short-yard touchdown passes for Navy. Carlinos Acie had 155 yards rushing that included a 90-yard touchdown run. - East Carolina/AP College Football

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  NOV 8 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Holton Ahlers, Sr., QB, East Carolina,...Completed 16 of 24 passes for 191 yards and three touchdowns and added a rushing touchdown in a 45-3 win against Temple. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  Holton Ahlers threw for three touchdowns, Keaton Mitchell rushed for 146 yards and two scores and East Carolina beat Temple 45-3 on Saturday. Ahlers connected with Ryan Jones on touchdowns of 33 and 28 yards for a 13-0 lead and Shane Calhoun's only grab went for a 9-yard score to make it 20-0 with 1:33 left before halftime. Temple was held to 11 first downs and 168 total yards, and got on the board with 6:55 remaining in the fourth quarter on Rory Bell's 46-yard field goal. Ahlers was 15 of 23 for 191 yards for East Carolina (5-4, 3-2 American), which extended its conference home winning streak to four in a row. Jones had six catches for 102 yards. D'Wan Mathis and Justin Lynch combined to complete just 13-of-33 passes for 57 yards for Temple (3-6, 1-4). Lynch had a team-high 54 yards rushing. - East Carolina/AP College Football

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  Holton Ahlers passed for 220 yards and began a second-half comeback with a touchdown pass to Audie Omotosho as East Carolina rallied past South Florida 29-14 on a wet Thursday night. The 17-yard touchdown pass brought ECU within a point, 14-13. A second possession ended with three Ahler passes either broken up or hurried in or near the end zone, and a 39-yard field goal attempt on fourth down was wide in driving rain. However, two plays later the Pirates took a 19-14 lead when Malik Fleming jumped a route and intercepted USF's Katravis Marsh, returning it 31 yards for the go-ahead touchdown. The Pirates scored a third unanswered touchdown with Keaton Mitchell's 25-yard burst early in the fourth quarter and added a 37-yard Owen Daffler field goal. During the game ECU converted on five of six fourth-down plays. Rahjai Harris carried 22 times for a season-high 100 yards. Turnovers were a factor as ECU fumbled four times before halftime, losing three, while USF fumbled once and threw three interceptions in the second half to end drives. - East Carolina/AP College Football

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  SEPT 20 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Holton Ahlers, Sr., QB, East Carolina,...Completed 30 of 47 passes for 368 yards and two TDs in a 42-38 win at previously unbeaten Marshall. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  Holton Ahlers had touchdowns passing, rushing and receiving and Ja'Quan McMillian intercepted a pass at the goal line with six seconds left and East Carolina rallied to defeat Marshall 42-38 on Saturday night. Down 38-21 entering the fourth quarter, Ahlers scored on a 5-yard run after a 78-yard drive, then capped an 80-yard drive when he hauled in a 27-yard pass from wide receiver Tyler Snead on a trick play, making it 38-35 with 2:31 left.

The Pirates (1-2) recovered the onside kick and Rahjai Harris scored on a 1-yard plunge with 55 seconds left to cap a 53-yard drive. Ahlers was 30 of 48 passing for 368 yards and two touchdowns. Rasheen Ali rushed 24 times for 189 yards and three touchdowns and Grant Wells was 24 of 39 for 433 yards with a touchdown, adding another on the ground for Marshall (2-1). Corey Gammage had eight receptions for 180 yards. Marshall piled up 647 yards but were outgained 210-101 in the final stanza before the final drive had them at first-and-10 from the 15 with 11 seconds left. East Carolina had 571 yards of offense with Keathon Mitchell picking up 135 on 13 carries with a touchdown. Shane Calhoun had 114 yards on eight catches. - East Carolina/AP College Football


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  East Carolina junior quarterback Holton Ahlers was named to the 2021 Wuerffel Trophy Watch List, according to an announcement by the organization Thursday. A 2021 preseason All-American Athletic Conference selection by Athlon Sports and Phil Steele's College Football Preview Magazine, Ahlers has already surpassed the 7,000-yard mark in passing in 30 career games. In three seasons with the Pirates, he has completed 556-of-974 passes for 7,093 yards and 51 touchdowns versus 22 interceptions.

Ahlers owns one 500-yard, four 400-yard and 10 300-yard passing outings and has thrown at least one TD pass in 21 of 30 games. He currently ranks fourth on ECU's career total yards (8,153) list, sixth in passing and seventh in completions. Last year, Ahlers threw for 1,921 yards (165-of-269) and 18 touchdowns with nine interceptions. He ranked 25th in the FBS in passing TDs, 26th in completions per game (20.6) and 30th in passing yards per game (240.1). - Daily Reflector


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  Ahlers' numbers went down in 2020, although that can be primarily attributed to a lower number of games on the schedule. He compiled 1,921 yards and 18 touchdowns through the air, while his ground numbers declined even further, as he totaled just 109 yards and one touchdown. Despite a sharp decline in statistics, there is one metric that says it might not all be on Ahlers. His completion percentage has gone up in each season, from 48% as a freshman, to 60% as a sophomore and 61% as a junior. Ahlers has a shot to make the most of the 2021 season. This will be his third year in Houston's offense, which means he has had plenty of time to learn the nuances of the scheme. 2020 would have typically been a make-or-break year for Ahlers as a junior, but COVID-19 has pushed that critical season back. - The East Carolinian

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  Recent offseason workouts led by East Carolina football director of strength and conditioning John Williams impacted not only underclassmen looking to make their mark with the Pirates, but also starting quarterback Holton Ahlers. The fourth-year rising junior was one of the main players Houston mentioned as improving his body since the end of the 2020 season in late November. "He is in the best physical shape I've seen him," Houston said of Ahlers after Friday's first spring practice when asked about spring QB repetitions. "He's slimmed down some and really worked on his flexibility. He's more explosive and faster and noticeably improved his body and his athleticism since the fall. That is something with talks with Big John and (offensive coordinator) Donnie (Kirkpatrick) and Holton, this is what he needs to do. He has worked his tail off. "It's a great to have a veteran like that we all believe in. He is the leader of our team and leader of our offense, but you have four other guys who need reps. Holton will get his reps and get his work, but I think it's important we really develop those other guys." - Daily Reflector

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  NOV 30 AMERICAN ATHLETIC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Holton Ahlers, East Carolina, Jr., QB, Greenville, N.C.,...Ahlers led East Carolina to a 52-38 win against SMU, giving the Pirates back-to-back victories to close the regular season. Ahlers effectively put the game out of reach in the first half as he engineered seven scoring drives, including six that ended in touchdowns. He completed 20 of 29 passes for 298 yards in the game and had four first-half TD passes to stake the Pirates to a 45-7 halftime lead. Ahlers is one of six NCAA FBS players with at least 7,000 career passing yards (7,093) and 1,000 career rushing yards (1,060). - American Athletic Conference Football

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  2020 MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Holton Ahlers, Jr., East Carolina,...Ahlers, a two-year lettermen, has completed 391-of-705 passes for 5,172 yards and 33 touchdowns while only suffering 13 interceptions. He owns one 500-yard, four 400-yard and eight 300-yard passing outings and has thrown at least one scoring pass in 15 of 22 games. A 2020 Preseason All-American Athletic Conference selection by Athlon's, Ahlers already ranks seventh on ECU's career passing yards, completions and total offense (6,123) lists. On the ground, Ahlers has racked up 951 yards on 227 carries (4.2 ypr) and tallied 12 touchdowns. He stands sixth all-time in ECU quarterback rushing yards, just 535 shy of surpassing Leander Green's current school-record of 1,485. He has accounted for 45 career touchdowns (33 passing, 12 rushing), and of his 33 aerial scores, 29 have come in league play. - East Carolina Football

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  2020 WUERFFEL TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Holton Ahlers, East Carolina, junior, quarterback,...In the classroom, Ahlers is a four-time ECU Director of Athletics Honor Roll and two-time AAC All-Academic selection majoring in communications. He has also volunteered his time in the community working with programs such as Aces for Autism, Food Bank of Eastern North Carolina, James & Connie Maynard Children's Hospital/Vidant Medical Center, Pirate Armada, Pitt County Trash Pick-up, Ronald McDonald House and the Special Olympics. - East Carolina Football

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  After a slow start to the season, Ahlers was able to turn things around in the second half, creating a lethal passing game. Notable games include Nov. 2, against No. 17 Cincinnati, where Ahlers threw for 535 yards and four passing touchdowns. The Pirates fell to the Bearcats 46-43 but Ahlers kept the Pirates in it until the end with his work through the air. ECU went up against No. 25 SMU on Nov 23, and Ahlers threw for 498 yards and an outstanding six touchdowns with zero interceptions. The Pirates lost to the Mustangs 59-51 but once again Ahlers dominated the game on the offensive side.

Ahlers works as a dual threat quarterback being able to move the ball through the air and on the ground as the ball carrier. The 6'3" and 235 pound Ahlers uses his size to give him an effective ground game by nearly matching the size of opposing linebackers. Last season Ahlers ran for 359 yards and scored six touchdowns. For the ECU offense to thrive, Ahlers must start the season strong. If he can attack the opposing defense in the air with the success he had in the second half of last year, ECU will have more success. Success will also come if Ahlers can continue his strong run game. With football changing, many dual threat quarterbacks are finding success and Ahlers can be one of them. - The East Carolinian


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  East Carolina, which followed UCF moving from Conference USA to the American Athletic Conference, is cutting at least one sport due to coronavirus pandemic budget issues. The Pirates are looking to trim at least one of 20 sports to offset at $10 million budget deficit, the Charlotte Observer reported that the school's interim chancellor and athletics director announced during a special board meeting Monday. The minimum number of NCAA sports allowed to compete at the Football Bowl Subdivision level is 16. The Pirates could cut up to four while still complying with NCAA rules.

UCF, meanwhile, supports 16 sports and athletics director Danny White has said the school has no plans to cut any of them even if the NCAA approves a waiver to allow it. East Carolina, meanwhile, does not see any other option moving forward. "The financial model is not sustainable," East Carolina interim chancellor Ron Mitchelson said, according to the Observer. East Carolina entered the pandemic on different footing than UCF, with the Pirates struggling financially and the Knights in the midst of a fundraising boom fueled by its success in football and many other sports. While the Pirates will cut at least one sport, they plan to keep competing in the AAC. - Orlando Sentinel


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  NOV 25 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Holton Ahlers, ECU, So., QB,...Completed 34 of 50 passes for 374 yards and a touchdown in a 31-24 win at UConn. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  Holton Ahlers scored on a 2-yard run with 3:31 remaining in the game and East Carolina rallied last in a 31-24 victory over Connecticut on Saturday. UConn trailed 24-14 after three quarters, but Clayton Harris kicked a 27-yard field goal 27 seconds into the fourth period and Zack Zergiotis hooked up with Cameron Ross for a 94-yard scoring strike to pull the Huskies even at 24 with 9:28 left to play. After Harris missed a 50-yard field goal that would have cut the Huskies' deficit to four points, the Pirates (4-7, 1-6 American Athletic Conference) took over at their own 33-yard line. East Carolina survived a scare when Tyler Snead fumbled at the UConn 2-yard line after a catch that gained 9 yards, but it was recovered by the Pirates and Ahlers scored the game-winner on the next play.

Ahlers completed 34 of 50 passes for 374 yards and a score for the Pirates, but he threw two interceptions. Darius Pinnix Jr. rushed for 105 yards and two TDs on 27 carries. Snead finished with 16 catches for 126 yards. The freshman had 35 receptions for 366 yards and three TDs in his final two games. Jack Zergiotis completed 21 of 37 passes for 418 yards for the Huskies (2-9, 0-7). He threw three TD passes but was intercepted twice. Freshman Cameron Ross had eight catches for a career-best 169 yards and two scores. - East Carolina/AP College Football


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  NOV 11 AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONOR ROLL: Holton Ahlers, ECU, So., QB,...Completed 32 of 42 passes for 498 yards and six touchdowns in a 59-51 loss at No. 23 SMU. - American Athletic Conference Football

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  East Carolina's Holton Ahlers became the fifth quarterback this season to pass for more than 500 yards, setting a school record with 535 in a loss to Cincinnati. Ahlers threw for 316 yards in the first half and finished with four touchdown passes. He also ran for a TD. C.J. Johnson set AAC and school records with 283 yards receiving, the most in the FBS this season. Each of his 12 receptions went for at least 10 yards. - AP College Football

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  Warren Saba blocked a punt for a touchdown, Horton Ahlers passed for two more and East Carolina held off Old Dominion 24-21 Saturday night. Each team scored a field goal on its first possession, but the tide began to turn when Saba blocked a Bailey Cate punt and recovered the ball for a four-yard touchdown. A series later, Cate pinned the Pirates (3-2) back at the 4 with a 49-yard punt. Demetrius Mauney tore off a 21-yard run to kick off the 96-yard scoring march.

Ahlers teamed with Blake Proehl on a 72-yard TD for a 17-3 halftime lead. The 14-point lead is ECU's largest after a half against an FBS team since the 2015 season. Old Dominion's (1-3) Kesean Strong dove across from the 1 - he also picked up the two-point conversion - with 2:13 remaining as the Monarchs cut the gap to 24-21. ECU was able to run out the clock in four plays for the win and also snap a 10-game road losing streak that began in the 2017 season. - AP College Football


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