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NAME POS CL HT WT HOMETOWN/HS (TRANSFER) HIGHLIGHTS
Kam Carter DL Jr. 6-4 295 Germantown, Md./Gaithersburg (Pitt) Watch
Leandro Debrito DB Jr. 6-2 200 Pawtucket, R.I./Shea (Monroe College) Watch
Daivon Ellison DB Sr. 5-8 181 Linden, N.J./Don Bosco Prep (Syracuse) Watch
Reid Harrison-Ducros DB Jr. 5-10 180 Colleyville, Texas/Heritage (Boise St.) Watch
Isaiah Johnson-Mack WR Jr. 6-3 215 Belle Glade, Fla./Dwyer (Wash. St.) Watch
Daniel Parr QB Jr. 6-3 210 Jupiter, Fla./Dwyer (FAU) Watch
Isiah Adams WR Fr. 6-1 180 Reseda, Calif./Cleveland Watch
Jake Collins DB Fr. 6-1 190 Lake Worth, Fla./Park Vista Watch
Ky'ren Cunningham RB Fr. 6-0 220 West Bloomfield, Mich./St. Mary's Watch
Anthony Dellovade LB Fr. 6-2 215 Oakdale, Pa./West Allegheny Watch
Lucas D'Orazio LB Fr. 6-2 280 Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio/Cuyahoga Heights Watch
Ryan Johnson OL Fr. 6-4 290 Cincinnati, Ohio/Euclid Watch
Trey King WR Fr. 6-0 175 Centerville, Ohio/Centerville Watch
Tim Lowery DB Fr. 5-11 167 Winter Haven, Fla./Winter Haven Watch
Vincent Lumia OL Fr. 6-3 285 Riviera Beach, Fla./Suncoast Watch
Eric Neill OL Fr. 6-3 290 Monaca, Pa./Central Valley Watch
Kenyon'TA Skinner WR Fr. 6-0 180 Winter Park, Fla./Lake Howell Watch
Mahlik Strozier DB Fr. 6-3 190 Rochester, Pa./Rochester Watch
Tyler Wallace DB Fr. 6-0 190 Midland, Pa./Beaver Watch
Will Weber ATH Fr. 6-0 180 Imperial, Pa./West Allegheny Watch
Jahan Worth LB Fr. 5-11 230 Allentown, Pa./Parkland Watch


A CLOSER LOOK AT THE 2018 DUQUESNE FOOTBALL RECRUITING CLASS

KAM CARTER
As a redshirt sophomore at Pitt (2017)
- Played in nine games at defensive tackle for the Panthers in 2017
- Registered eight tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and a fumble recovery on the season
- Finished with a season-high two tackles in three different games (Oklahoma State, Rice, NC State)
- Had a fumble recovery at Duke

As a redshirt freshman at EMCC (2016)
- Had 36 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, two sacks and three pass break ups and one interception for EMCC
- Helped the Lions to an 11-1 record and a No. 2 ranking in the final NJCAA national poll

As a freshman at Penn State (2015)
- Redshirted, did not play

Before College
- Highly-touted prospect out of Gaithersburg High School in Maryland
- Was rated the country's No. 8 defensive end, No. 58 overall prospect and the top player in Maryland by Scout
- Was rated the No. 11 "athlete" in the nation and Maryland's No. 4 overall prospect by Rivals
- Played quarterback, tight end and defensive end and was a two-year team captain for the Trojans

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DAIVON ELLISON
As a junior at Syracuse (2017)
- Played in nine games, mainly as a member of the kickoff coverage unit
- Recorded eight tackles.
- Tied for the team lead with six stops on special teams.
- Posted two tackles at NC State, vs. Pittsburgh and at Miami

As a sophomore at Syracuse (2016) 
- Appeared in all twelve games for the Orange, starting nine games at free safety in place of the injured Antwan Cordy
- Ranked fifth among ACC defensive backs and third on the Orange in tackles per game (7.5)
- Paced SU with 57 solo tackles, and his 90 total tackles were the most for an Orange defensive back since Phillip Thomas carded 92 in 2010 
- Had five games with at least 10 tackles
- Tied or led the Orange in tackles three times (vs. USF, vs. Virginia Tech, vs. Florida State
- Had a team-high four pass breakups and tied for the SU lead with five passes defended
- Shared ACC Defensive Back of the Week honors after tallying 11 tackles and a forced fumble in his first career start against USF
- Posted a areer-high 14 tackles the next week at Connecticut (9/24).
- Finished with eight tackles against Notre Dame (10/1).
- Paced the Orange with 11 tackles (10 solo) vs. Virginia Tech

As a sophomore at Syracuse (2015) 
- Appeared in eight games, mostly on special teams, and finished tied for second on the squad with four special teams tackles
- Recorded one tackle and forced the first fumble of his career on a kickoff versus Pittsburgh

Before College 
Earned 2014 all-metro, all-county and all-league honors for head coach Greg Toal
- Was a second-team all-state choice as a junior in 2013
- Served as a team captain as a senior

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REID HARRISON-DUCROS
As a sophomore at Boise State (2017)
- Registered four solo tackles, including one for loss, and broke up a pass against Troy
- Had eight tackles (five solo) at Washington State
- Posted five solo tackles and broke up a pass against New Mexico 

As a sophomore at Boise State (2016) 
- Appeared in 10 games for the Broncos
- Broke up one pass and tallied nine tackles (six solo)
Recorde two tackles (one solo) in his collegiate debut at Louisiana 
- Had four tackles (three solo) at New Mexico
- Made a solo tackle with a pass breakup against BYU and made a solo tackle at Hawai'i

Before College 
- Was a three-star recruit per ESPN.com, rated as the No. 66 player at his position
- Was a three-star recruit according to 247 Sports Composite, rated No. 181 nationally for his position
- Member of the USA Football U19 National Team that defeated Canada, 33-0, at the International Bowl Jan. 31 at Cowboys Stadium
- Registered three solo tackles, including one for loss, in the contest
- Named a Scout.com second-team all-state selection in Texas as a senior
- Was a First-team all-district honoree and second-team academic all-state his senior season
- Posted 68 tackles, two forced fumbles and one interception his final year at Colleyville Heritage HS in Colleyville, Texas
- Played varsity football for three years and was also a member of the National Junior Honor Society

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ISAIAH JOHNSON-MACK 
As a sophomore at Washington State (2017)
- Played and started in all 12 regular season games for the Cougars
- Ranked second on the team in receiving yards (555) and receiving touchdowns (5)
- Finished tied for third on the team in receptions with 60 catches
- Tallied a career-high 81 yards on eight catches in a win against Boise St.
- Had a career-high in receptions (9) and touchdowns (2) while racking up 79 yards in a win against Oregon St.

As a freshman at Washington State (2016) 
- Appeared in all 13 games for the Cougars
- Registered 35 receptions for 246 yards and a touchdown
- Had a season-high seven receptions for 30 yards at Boise State
- Tallied six catches for 45 yards including first career touchdown in a win over Arizona
- Finished three receptions for season-high 54 yards including a 35-yarder in win over California

Before College 
- Rated a four-star prospect by ESPN.com and three stars by Rivals.com and Scout.com
- Rated the No. 20 wide receiver in Florida by Scout.com and No. 90 overall wide receiver prospect in the country by Rivals.com
- Named to Palm Beach Post Super 11 prior to the season as a senior in 2015
- Played with fellow Duquesne mid-year transfer and former FAU quarterback Daniel Parr 
- Earned All-State, All-County and All-Area honors after catching 44 passes for 912 yards with 12 touchdowns as a senior at Dwyer
- Earned All-State, All-County and All-Area honors after catching 38 passes for 791 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior at Dwyer
- Recorded 24 receptions for 426 yards and six touchdowns as a sophomore at Glades Central High School
Also lettered three times in basketball

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DANIEL PARR 
As a redshirt sophomore at FAU (2017)
- Appeared in eight games and started the first three games for the Owls 
- Completed 57.3% of his pass attempts
- Threw for 588 yards and four touchdowns
- Also ran for 26 yards and had two rushing touchdowns
- Had 281 yards and two TDs vs. Navy in the season opener
- Was 9-19-0 for 142 yards and a 63-yard strike to DeAndre McNeal versus Wisconsin.
- Drew his third start of the game versus Bethune and was 15-26 for 165 yards, a TD and an interception. Also ran eight times for 38 yards and two scores

As a redshirt freshman at FAU (2016) 
- Played in nine games including one start against Rice
- Had 103 passing yards on 36 pass attempts

As a freshman at FAU (2015) 
- Joined the team in January of 2015
- Redshirted, did not play

Before College
- Played for head coach Jack Daniels at Dwyer High School where he guided the Panthers to a 7-4 record after leading Dwyer to a State title as a junior
- Played with fellow Duquesne mid-year transfer and former Washington State wide receiver Isaiah Johnson-Mack 
- Threw for 1,976 yards and 28 scores in 2015
- Finished with 3,200 passing yards and 36 touchdowns as a junior
- Named the 7A Player of the Year
- Capped his high school career with 5,000 plus passing yards and 72 passing TDs while running for another 12 touchdowns
- Was also named the 2013 7A Player of the Year (FHSAA), the 2013 Palm Beach Post and Sun Sentinel Player of the Year and was a member of the 2014 7A All-State second team
- Played in the Blue/Grey All-American Game in Dallas, Texas
- Three-star athlete as ranked by 247 Sports

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ISIAH ADAMS
- Played for head coach Matt Gentle at Cleveland High School 
- Helped Cavaliers to an 8-6 overall ledger with a CIFLACS runner-up finish as a senior in 2017
- Three-time all-city selection
- Two-time all-league honoree
- Finished with 196 receiving yards to go with four touchdowns in a 55-54 victory over Eagle Rock 

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JAKE COLLINS
- Played for head coach Brian Dodds at Park Vista High School
- Helped Cobras to an 10-4 record with a 6-1 mark in conference play in Florida Class 8A as a senior in 2017
- Finished with 142 tackles, 10 interceptions, an interception returned for a touchdown, five forced fumbles and eight pass breakups
- Was a First Team All-PBCAC selection as a senior in 2017
- Helped Park Vista to an undefeated season as a junior in 2016
- Also competed in track and field for the Cobras 

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KY'REN CUNNINGHAM
- Played for head coach George Porritt at Orchard Lake St. Mary Prep
- Earned Associated Press Division 3-4 All-State honors in 2017
- Named to 2017 Detroit Free Press All-State Team 
- Had three touchdowns to go with 218 yards on the ground, including a 56-yard touchdown run in season-opener vs. Dakota in 2017  
- Helped St. Mary Prep to a Michigan 3A State title as a junior in 2016, catching the game-winning 18-yard touchdown pass with four seconds remaining, defeating Muskegon 29-28 in the championship game
- Also a member of the track and field team at St. Mary Prep, qualifying for the state championship meet in the 200-yard dash 

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ANTHONY DELLOVADE 
- Played for head coach Bob Palko at West Allegheny
- High school teammates with fellow Duquesne signee Will Weber
- Helped Indians to WPIAL Class 5A title as a junior in 2016 when West Allegheny finished with a 13-1 overall ledger and a perfect 8-0 mark in the Allegheny Nine Conference
- Earned Pennsylvania Writers Association Class 5A All-State honors
- Two-time WPIAL Class 5A Allegheny Nine First Team All-Conference selection
- Registered team-high 125 tackles including eight stops for loss as a senior in 2017 for the 7-3 Indians
- Had career-high 17 tackles with 2.0 tackles for loss in a 24-14 win at Hampton
- Had at least nine tackles in all 10 games in 2017
- Added 119 tackles and five tackles for loss as a junior in 2016
- Named 2017 Beaver County Times Football All-Star
- Also played offensive line for the Indians

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LUCAS D'ORAZIO
- Played for head coach Al Martin at Cuyahoga Heights 
- Helped Redskins to a 12-2 overall mark as a senior with a state runner-up finish 
- Led Cuyahoga Heights to consecutive regional and district championships in 2016 and '17
- Finished third in school history with 3,100 rushing yards, 59 rushing scores, a pair of receiving TD's
- Averaged 5.6 yards per carry over his career
- Ranks second in school history in both total points and touchdowns
- On the defensive side of the ball, finished with 211 tackles, five interceptions, nine sacks, 23 tackles for loss with a pair of defensive scores
- Had five touchdowns and 236 yards against Cardinal 
- Also a member of the basketball and track teams at Cuyahaoga Heights

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RYAN JOHNSON
- Played for head coach Jeffery Rotsky at Euclid 
- Helped Panthers to a 9-3 overall record with a 6-1 ledger in Greater Cleveland league play 
- Had 13 pancake blocks in a 33-28 victory over Solon
- Finished with seven tackles including a pair of sacks in 27-21 triumph over Aurora 
- Named Defensive Lineman of the Year for the Panthers 
- Also plays basketball and is a member of the track & field team at Euclid 
- Is the grandson of former Cleveland Browns three-time Pro-Bowler Walter Johnson

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TREY KING
- Played for head coach Brent Ullery at Centerville 
- Led the Elks to a 10-2 record with a perfect 4-0 mark in Greater Western Ohio - Central Conference play 
- Finished as the regional runner-up
- Tallied 38 receptions for 470 receiving yards with three touchdown catches as a senior in 2017
- Was an All-Conference selection and an Honorable Mention All-District pick 
- Is a four-sport athlete, also competing in basketball, baseball as well as track & field

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TIM LOWERY
- Played for head coach Charles Tate at Winter Haven
- Helped the Blue Devils to a Florida 7A District 7 playoff appearance with a 6-4 record in 2017
- Racked up 57 tackles for Winter Haven as a senior in 2017
- Finished with a season-high 11 tackles against Lakeland in the Blue Devils' playoff game
- Added 10 tackles against Lake Brantley
- Registered nine stops in a 42-28 victory over Cardinal Mooney
- Was a First Team All-County selection for Winter Haven
- Florida Athletic Coaches Association Second Team All-District 13 selection in 2016

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VINCENT LUMIA 
- Played for head coach Robert May at Suncoast High School 
- Helped Chargers to three straight Florida District 15 titles with a 7-3 record as a senior in 2017
- Registered 73 pancake blocks as a senior
- Named top offensive lineman in Palm Beach County by the Palm Beach Post 
- Did not allow a sack as a senior for the Chargers
- Was an All-District, All-Area, All-County and All-Conference selection
- Finished with 20 pancake blocks against Acalanes (Calif.)

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ERIC NEILL
- Played for head coach Mark Lyons at Central Valley 
- Was named a 2017 WPIAL Top 10 prospect by the Beaver County Times
- Helped the Warriors to three straight winning seasons, including an 11-2 ledger during his sophomore season in 2015
- Selected to play in the 2018 Big 33 All-Star game for Pennsylvania vs. Maryland
- Also a member of the track and field team at Central Valley, competing in the shot put

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KENYON'TA SKINNER 
- Played for head coach David Wensyel at Lake Howell High School 
- Ranked as No. 50 prospect on the Orlando Sentinel Central Florida Super 60 
- Played in the AutoNation Cure Bowl All-Star Game, scoring a touchdown in the game for Seminole 

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MAHLIK STROZIER 
- Played for head coach Gene Matsook at Rochester High School 
- Led Rams to an 8-3 overall record and a WPIAL A Big Seven Conference title with a 7-1 league mark
- After playing wide receiver and finishing with five receiving touchdowns as a junior in 2016, switched to quarterback for his senior season 
- Named a Pennsylvania Football Writers All-State Team selection as an athlete in 2017
- Earned First Team All-Big Seven Conference honors at defensive back; Second Team accolades as a quarterback 
- Rushed for 263 yards with four touchdowns in a 36-7 victory over Shenango 
- Also plays basketball for the Rams 

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TYLER WALLACE
- Played for head coach Jeffery Beltz at Beaver High School 
- Helped Bobcats to 9-3 overall record with a 4-2 league mark in strong WPIAL 3A Beaver Valley Conference with state champion Quaker Valley and WPIAL runner-up Aliquippa
- Finished with seven interceptions including four returned for touchdowns in 2017
- Earned first team all-conference honors at both wide receiver and defensive back; named second team all-conference as a punter
- Had three interceptions returned for touchdowns in 42-0 win over Freedom
- Finished with three touchdowns in 42-13 victory over Mt. Pleasant 
- Also a member of the basketball and track & field teams for the Bobcats 

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WILL WEBER
- Played for head coach Bob Palko at West Allegheny
- High school teammates with fellow Duquesne signee Anthony Dellovade
- Helped Indians win the WPIAL Class 5A championship as a junior in 2016 as West Allegheny compiled a 13-1 overall record with an 8-0 ledger in the Allegheny Nine Conference
- Was a WPIAL Class 5A Allegheny Nine Second Team All-Conference honoree as a multi back
- Rushed for 179 yards with two touchdowns in 29-28 victory over North Hills
- Passed for a pair of touchdowns in 41-20 triumph over Fox Chapel
- Added 177 rushing yards on 28 carries with an 80-yard touchdown run against McKeesport

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JAHAN WORTH 
- Played for head coach Tim Moncman at Parkland
- Led Trojans to a 13-1 record in 2017 with a perfect 8-0 ledger in the Eastern Pennsylvania
- South Conference - Parkland was only one of four teams in PIAA Class 6A with one loss or fewer in 2017
- Two-time Class 6A All-State selection...Two-time Eastern Pennsylvania South Conference Defensive Player of the Year...Two-time All-Area and All-Conference honoree at linebacker and running back
- Tallied 183 tackles with seven sacks and three pass breakups as a senior in 2017 - Also rushed for 1,473 yards and 34 touchdowns in 2017 after tallying 923 yards and 11 rushing scores as a junior in 2016
- Scored at least two touchdowns in 12 of 14 games as a senior - Had five rushing touchdowns to go with 124 yards on the ground and 23 tackles in 36-23 victory over Liberty
- Finished with 243 yards on 15 carries with three scores in addition to 20 tackles in 38-24 win over Bethlehem Catholic - Helped Trojans to three straight PIAA District XI 6A titles



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