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2015-16 Football
1 Tom Smith RB
1 Ebenezer Ogundeko DE
2 O'Shay Ackerman-Carter QB
3 David Kamara DB
4 Rodney Morris TE
5 Terrell Bonds DB
6 Hakeem Parker WR
7 Javon Brandon SS
8 Gabe Terry DE
9 Chris Sanders-McCollum WR
10 Ronald Butler QB
10 Ty Law DB
11 Vantavious Williams LB
12 Micheal Hughes QB
13 Dantwaun O'Neal WR
14 Nathaniel McGill QB
14 Trevion Duncan SS
15 Tyler Black WR
16 Quindell Cousin WR
17 Patrick Smith WR
18 Telvin Hooks RB
19 Gabe Scott CB
20 Shakur Jackson DB
21 Ezra Robinson DB
22 Lakhalon Holland DB
23 Ladarius Johnson CB
24 Bernell Brooks DB
25 Greg Harvey, Jr. DB
26 LaQuarius Cook DB
27 Erick Evans RB
28 Marcus Deanes RB
29 Andre Knox RB
30 Blair Edwards LB
31 Sebastian Kertchaval LB
32 Chris Collins LB
33 Arkeem Granger RB
34 Sterlin Leveque FB
35 Paris Wilcox DB
36 Andrew Dale DB
37 Victor Fletcher SS
38 Andrew Knox RB
39 Terence Harris II FB
40 Kevin DeWalt DE
41 Lane Clark PK/K
42 Demetro Stephens, Jr. LB
43 Mitchell Boudreaux K
44 Quintis Maddox DE
45 Dell Porter LB
46 EJ Junior, IV RB
48 Jacob Gray DE
49 Austin Rowley P
50 Joseph Johnson LB
51 Lamonte Roberts LB
52 Antonio Justice, Jr. LB
53 Justin North LB
54 Dante' Ferguson, Jr. LB
55 Robert Crawford DL
56 Aaron Woods LS
57 Lee Smith LB
58 Latrelle Lee DL
59 William Cooper LB
60 Lachavious Simmons OL
61 Tyrell Doss OL
63 Julian Robinson OL
64 Thomas Burton OL
66 Jessamen Dunker OL
67 Justin Brooks OL
68 Kevin Oliver OL
70 Chris Wallace Jr. OL
71 Shaq Anthony OL
72 Camren Jones OL
73 DeAndre Haynes OL
74 Kevin Kenton OL
75 James Lewis OL
76 Evan Clay OL
77 Duaron Williams OL
80 Mahlon Medley TE
81 Joe Bowens TE
82 Patrick Hill WR
83 Archie Dennard TE
84 Larry Haralson II WR
86 Alex Hale LS
87 Mazio Rhodes WR
88 Isaiah Jeffries-Freeman WR
89 Andrew Bather WR
90 Dinsdale Jackson DL
91 Marvin Maddox DL
92 Jason Morrow DL
93 Xavier Davis DT
94 Roc-M Nesbitt DL
96 Igor Misigaro DT
98 Myles Chalmers DT
99 Rodney Edwards DL
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Ronald Butler

#10 Ronald Butler

HT. 6-3
WT. 180
YR. Jr.
HOMETOWN Tallahassee, Fla.

HBCU Spirit of America Bowl Game Particpant
2016-17 OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll
2013 All-OVC Second Team

2013 OVC All-Newcomer Team

2016 - Senior Season
Played in all 11 games, starting the final eight at quarterback… Moved back to quarterback from wide receiver in the second quarter of the third game of the season due to a season ending injury to O’Shay Ackerman-Carter… Caught a 44 yard touchdown pass in the season opener against Arkansas-Pine Bluff… As a starter at quarterback, finished 137-of-234 for 2,014 yards, averaging 251.8 yards per game which would be 21st in FCS and 2nd in the OVC… On the season, led all OVC QB’s in total touchdowns, 28 (21 passing, six rushing and one receiving), also caught a 2-Point conversion… Led the OVC and was 14th in FCS in Passing Efficiency (147.8)… Ranked nationally in passing touchdowns (26th, 21), yards per completion (9th, 14.41), yards per pass attempt (13th, 8.33), total offense (44th, 237.1) and 17th in points responsible for (170) and points responsible for per game (15.5)… Finished second, only to Murray State running back Devin Church, in conference games rushing, averaging 5.7 yards per carry; top rushing QB in Conference Games… Finished second in passing and total offense… For the season, finished with a 57.8 completion rate, ninth best at TSU in a single season and notched the second longest pass play in school history, a 93 yard touchdown pass to Patrick Smith at Vanderbilt (10/22)… Ended career at TSU finishing seventh in touchdown passes (43), eighth in completions (385) and seventh in pass attempts (678)… Engineered three last minute drives for wins scoring in the final seconds of the games; against UT Martin (10/1), at Austin Peay (11/5) and at Southeast Missouri (11/19)… Was named Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Week for performance at APSU where he was responsible for all six touchdowns, two rushing and four passing, including the 26-yard game winner to Steven Newbold with less than two seconds on the clock… Finished the game with 10 carries for 130 yards, also containing a career long 84 yard scoring dash, as well as 212 yards through the air… Went over 300 yards passing for the first time in his career with 303 yards, completing 15-of-27 for two touchdowns and added a touchdown run at Eastern Illinois (10/8)… Set a career high with 329 yards passing, connecting on 27-of-41 toss three scoring passes while rushing for 109 yards on 13 carries and catching a two-point conversion from Patrick Smith at Murray State (10/29)… In first start of the season, went 17-of-24 for 223 yards and three touchdowns, capped off with an 18 yard scoring pass to Patrick Smith with 18 seconds remaining against UT Martin (10/1) and added 32 yards on 10 carries… Drove the team 88 yards in the final minutes topping off the series with a 14 yard scoring pass to Smith with 16 seconds remaining at Southeast Missouri (11/19) while closing out his career with four touchdowns on 18-of-34 passing for 279 yards… Rushed for 40 yards on eight carries to go along with 285 yards through the air and two touchdowns, completing 19-of-30 at Vanderbilt (10/22)… Rushed for two touchdowns, including a 61 yard scamper, as he totaled 81 yards on the ground on five carries against Eastern Kentucky (10/15); added 181 through the air (13-of-24)

2015 - Junior Season
Played in six games this season, three as a starter… Finished 62-of-115 for 813 yards, eight touchdowns and seven interceptions… Rushed for 199 yards on 55 carries and one score… Threw for a season high 238 yards and three touchdowns, completing 17-of-30 passes and rushing for 67 yards on 13 carries at Florida A&M (9/26)… Rushed for a season high 104 yards on 18 carries and scored a touchdown against Eastern Illinois (10/17)… Added 125 yards and a touchdown through the air against the Panthers… Went 23-for-37 at Eastern Kentucky (10/24) throwing for 222 yards and tossing two touchdowns… Completed the sixth longest pass play in school history with an 83 yard touchdown pass to Patrick Smith at Jacksonville State (9/19)… Ended the game with two touchdowns and 155 yards after completing six passes in 13 attempts… Converted on a season high 23 passes at Eastern Kentucky (10/24) as he tallied two scores and 222 yards in 37 attempts

2014 - Sophomore Season
Appeared in six games, making starts against Tennessee Tech (Sept. 20) and Florida A&M (Sept. 27)… Completed 40-of-77 passes for 420 yards… Tossed one touchdown and three interceptions… Rushed 28 times for 29 yards… Threw for 125 yards and a touchdown against Jackson State (Sept. 13)… Notched a season-high 151 yards passing versus the Rattlers…

2013 - Freshman Season
Named Second Team All-Ohio Valley Conference… Chosen to Ohio Valley Conference All-Newcomer Team… Started ten games under center, and saw action in the other four… Completed 135-of-230 pass attempts for 1,405 yards… Threw 13 touchdowns and only four interceptions… Recorded at least one passing touchdown in six straight contests… Made first career start against Bethune-Cookman (9/1)… Had career-high three passing touchdowns and 43 rushing yards against Central State (9/29)… Threw a season-long 61 yard touchdown pass at UT Martin (10/19)… Completed a personal-best 24 passes on 45 attempts for 212 yards and two scores versus Eastern Illinois (10/26)… Threw two touchdown passes at home against Austin Peay (11/9)…

Lincoln HS
Ranked as the 89th best quarterback by offers from Jacksonville State, UNLV and Southern Miss...Named team offensive MVP for Tallahassee's Lincoln High School...Helped Coach Yusuf Shakir's and the Trojans to a Class 4-A State Championship title in 2010...Threw 27 touchdowns and only five interceptions his senior season...Named All-Florida honorable mention for the 2011 season.

Son of Ronald Butler and Daphne Williams.