College Essay On Jonathan Harris

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Thirteen members of the Lindenwood football team were honored when the all-MIAA teams were released on Tuesday morning. The 13 players were the most to receive accolades since the Lions joined the MIAA, breaking the previous mark of 11 which was set in 2013. Defensive lineman Jonathan Harris was named a first-team selection, extending of streak of six straight seasons that a Lindenwood defensemen has been named to the No. 1 squad. Harris led Lindenwood with 8.0 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, and six quarterback hurries. He also had 49 tackles, one fumble recovery, and two forced fumbles. Harris ranked eighth in the MIAA in sacks. Harris, a junior, has been all-MIAA in all three of his seasons, as he also earned honorable mention as a…show more content…
He averaged 5.7 yards per carry and had nine rushing touchdowns, the third-best mark in the MIAA. Prince, a 2016 honorable mention selection, collected 52 receptions for 738 yards and five touchdowns in 2017. He ranked third in the MIAA in receptions, sixth in receiving yards, and ninth in receiving touchdowns. He had four 100-yard receiving games, and averaged 14.2 yards per catch. Williams started all 10 games that he appeared in this season, with most of that coming at the center position. Twice this season, he was named Lindenwood’s Offensive Player of the Game. He finished his career with 40 games played, the most on this year’s Lindenwood roster. Williams had a team-high 100 tackles, which ranked fifth in the MIAA and 22nd in the nation. Sixty-three of his tackles were solo stops, and he also had two pass breakups and two forced fumbles. Rounding out the list were six Lions who earned honorable mention honors. On offense were quarterback Najee Jackson, and offensive linemen Evan Pumphrey and Lucas Beddow. Two defense players earned honorable mention in safety Ace Rogers and defensive lineman Antonio Davis. Punter Michael Crowder also earned that accolade. Jackson threw for 2,366 yards this season, an average of 215.1 yards per game. He had 16 touchdown passes, and also rushed for four scores. Pumphrey appeared in 11 games, including eight starts
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