News - Round 10 of 2011 Football Commitments

Round 10 of 2011 Football Commitments

Round 10 of 2011 Football Commitments

Bolton Brakenhoff

Hometown: Litchfield, IL

High School: Litchfield Purple Panthers

Position: DL

Awards: All-Conference, Team Defensive Player of the Year, Wrestling State Qualifier

Major: Pre-Physical Therapy

Coach Mingo, “Bolton will be a great addition to our defensive line. He is a physical kid who plays the game with a high motor. We expect Bolton to be a leader early on in his career due to his high character and work ethic."

Riley O'Regan

Hometown: Woodinville, WA

High School: Cedar Park Christian Eagles

Position: WR

Awards: Two Year Captain, 2009 2nd Team All-League, 2010 1st Team All-League

Major: Psychology

Coach Rode, “Riley is a talented receiver that will bring a lot of athleticism to the wide receiver position. We are very excited that he will be a part of the EMAP brotherhood this fall. Riley has exceptional leadership potential and will prove to truly be a man that has a huge impact on this team, school and community.”




Jimmy San Miguel

Hometown: Fullerton, CA

High School: Sunny Hills Lancers

Position: OL

Awards: 1st Team All-League, Team MVP, Team MIP, Coaches Award, Miles Christensen Award

Major: Business Management

Coach Schomaker, “Jimmy is a highly recruited player who we are excited to have landed. It came down to a couple of schools and I believe Jimmy made the best decision of his life. As a team caption in high school Jimmy took the leadership role. We will expect him to continue in the role here at Greenville. We are looking for leaders even as freshman. Jimmy will be a big time asset to this team both on and off the field.”


Kurt Faulkenberg

Hometown: Monrovia, IN

High School: Monrovia Bulldogs

Position: DL

Awards: 2010 Indiana Football Coaches Association Senior All-State Selection, All-Conference, Team Captain, 2A State Runner-Up 2009

Major: Business Management

Coach Rode, “Kurt comes from a successful high school program. He is a young man with outstanding character and leadership potential. We are very excited that he has chosen to be a part of EMAP Nation for the next four years. His leadership skills and athleticism will have a huge impact on this team and school.”

Aaron Draper

Hometown: Bethalto, IL

High School: Civic Memorial Eagles

Position: OL

Major: Criminal Justice

Coach Gaylord, “Not having played football in high school should not hinder Aaron from having a great experience here at Greenville. I am excited to have Aaron as a part of our program. He will bring a great attitude and no bad habits to the offensive line. Coach Mingo will prove his coaching chops as he helps Aaron close his potential performance gap.”

This story was published on May 25, 2011

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