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2018-19 Football
1 Steven Newbold WR
2 Major Bellamy, Jr. WR
2 Antonio Zita K/P
3 Chris Rowland WR
4 Sabree Curtis, Jr. RB
5 Treon Harris WR
5 John Robinson IV DB
6 Christion Abercrombie LB
6 Deveon Bryant QB
7 Ronnie Killings S
7 Demry Croft QB
8 James Green LB
9 Al-Malik Moore WR
10 Dajour Nesbeth CB
10 Solomon Cummings QB
11 Jahsun Bryant LB
12 Micheal Hughes QB
12 Larry Wilhoite CB
13 DeVon Johnson WR
14 Kalen Whitlow QB
15 Kenyon Garlington DB
16 Kaemon Dunlap RB
17 Cameron Rosendahl QB
18 Terry Straughter LB
19 Josh Green DB
20 Shakur Jackson DB
21 Neiman Armstrong CB
22 Seth Rowland RB
23 Te'kendrick Roberson RB
24 Andrew Knox RB
25 Vincent Sellers DB
26 LaQuarius Cook S
27 DeMarco Corbin RB
28 Shawn McColley RB
29 Nick Harper, Jr. DB
30 Blair Edwards LB
31 Ray Coggins CB
32 Earl Harrison RB
33 Jeremiah Caine DT
34 Dieuseul Stcyr DB
35 Jordan Bell RB
36 Desmond Johnson DB
37 Michael Crawford LB
39 Donavan Wallace DB
40 Thomas Newberg LS
41 Kaleb Mosley P/K
42 Antowan Malone LB
43 Mitchell Boudreaux K
44 Landon Brazile DE
45 Dell Porter DE
46 James Reese IV DB
48 Mekhi Brown DE
49 Dewayne Johnson LB
50 Demetrius Cooley C
51 Ian Martin LB
52 Daniel Bonner LB
54 Dante' Ferguson, Jr. LB
55 Anthony Geter C
56 Justin Brown LB
58 Noah Shattuck OT
59 Timerik Cook LS
60 Lachavious Simmons OL
61 Adrian Sims DT
62 J.C. Goins III DT
63 Herman Joseph OG
64 Thomas Burton OL
65 Myles Sails OL
67 Justin Brooks OL
68 Cedrick Banks OG
70 Jamal Covington OL
73 Jamahl Jelks OL
75 Chidi Okeke OL
76 Tyrese Thornton OL
77 Keith Thomas OL
78 Raekwon Allen OG
79 Marlon Black, Jr. OT
80 Miles Cavitt TE
81 Isaiah Owens WR
82 Aaron Cauthen TE
83 Lawrence Segree II WR
84 Malik Abdul-Haqq WR
85 Robert Lilley-Sneed WR
88 Josh Trueheart TE
89 Kyle Oliver TE
90 Khalil Jones DT
91 Raymond Horton DT
94 Jeremy Patterson DT
97 Justin Culpepper DT
99 LaDarrius Jackson DT
Full Roster
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2018-19
Football
Chris Rowland

#3 Chris Rowland

POS. WR
HT. 5-8
WT. 170
YR. Jr.
HOMETOWN Nolensville, Tenn.
PREV. SCHOOL Ravenwood HS

2018 HERO Sports FCS All-America Third Team - Return Specialist
2018 Phil Steele OVC Special Teams Player of the Year
2018 Phil Steele All-OVC First Team - Punt Returner
2018 Phil Steele All-OVC Second Team - Wide Receiver
2018 All-Ohio Valley Conference Second Team - Wide Receiver
2018 All-Ohio Valley Conference Second Team - Return Specialist
2017 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference

2016 HERO Sports FCS Freshman All-American
2016 BOXTOROW Honorable Mention
2016 All-Ohio Valley Conference First Team
2016 Ohio Valley Conference All-Newcomer Team

2019 - Senior Season
Played in 12 games, starting 11 at wide receiver… named the Deacon Jones Black College Hall of Fame Football Player of the Year… was the Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year with two All-OVC First Team Selections, wide receiver and return specialist… earned as invite to the NFLPA Bowl… set TSU single season records for receptions (104) and receiving yards (1,437)… the 104 receptions set a new FCS HBCU record eclipsing Jerry Rice’s 1984 mark of 103… was the only player in NCAA DI and D-II to record a touchdown via receiving, rushing, kickoff return and punt return… led the nation in receiving yards per game (119.8) and closed out the regular season as the leader in receding yards… led the Ohio Valley Conference and was second in the country with 175.83 all-purpose yards per game… led the OVC in receptions per game (8.7), ranking 3rd nationally… finished the season with 11 touchdowns and 2,110 all purpose yards… amassed 375 yards on kickoffs, 166 off punts and 132 rushing… recorded double digit receptions on six separate occasions garnered a spot on 10 All-American Teams and was selected as the Top Receiver in the Nation by FCS Athletic Directors Association… recording a 53 yard receiving touchdown and recorded 235 all purpose yards, including 172 on 11 receptions against Mississippi Valley State (8/31)… notched two touchdowns, catching 11 passes for a career high 202 receiving yards, including a career long 96 yarder at Middle Tennessee (9/7) earning OVC Offensive Player of the Week honors… returned a kickoff 96 yards for a score versus Jackson State (9/14) in a seven reception, 139 yard and two touchdown performance; adding 124 yards in kickoff returns and was named OVC Specialist of the Week… matched the precious TSU record of 13 receptions in a game, going for 139 yards and a touchdown, while totaling 185 all purpose yards against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/21)… finished with 95 yards on eight receptions and one carry for 25 yards at Eastern Kentucky (9/28)… set career highs in carries (8) and yards (78) on the ground, scoring first career rushing touchdown, while combining for 226 all purpose yards at Jacksonville State (10/4), including 113 yards receiving, 78 rushing and 35 more on kickoff returns… set a TSU single game record with 14 catches for 146 yards, while picking up 55 yards on kickoff returns, eight on a punt return and five on one carry for 214 all purpose yards against Murray State (10/12)… pulled down 12 passes for 113 yards and totaled 157 all purpose yards against Austin Peay (10/19)… secured 206 all purpose yards against Southeast Missouri (11/2), gaining 100 on seven catches, 91 on four kickoff returns and 13 on one punt return… scored on a 57 yard punt, caught three passes for 55 yards and a touchdown, as well as scoring on a two-point conversion to eran OVC Specialist of the Week honors despite playing just the first half, due to injury, against Eastern Illinois (11/9)… only served as the holder for kicks at UT Martin (11/16)… caught 12 passes for 148 yards and a touchdown, rushed once for three yards and returned one kickoff for 10 yards at Tennessee Tech (11/23)… recorded a tackle against UAPB and one at EKU

2018 - Junior Season
Started eight games at wide receiver… led the team with 57 receptions and 727 yards receiving with five touchdowns… ranked sixth in the nation, averaging 13.0 yards on 14 punt returns… amassed 963 all purpose yards, which included one kickoff return for 37 yards and three carries for 17 yards… was named as a return specialist to the third team of the HERO Sports FCS All-America and the Phil Steele OVC Special Teams Player of the Year… grabbed two spots on the All-OVC Second Team, as a Return Specialist and at Wide Receiver… totaled a season high 226 all purpose yards with 154 coming on seven receptions, 64 on four punt returns and eight on one carry against Bethune-Cookman (9/1)… recorded a season best 42 yard return on a punt and tallied 82 yards on eight receptions with a touchdown at Eastern Illinois (9/22)… notched a season high 179 yards on 11 catches and a personal best three touchdowns, including a 65 yarder, to go along with three punt returns for 34 yards at Austin Peay (10/6)… hauled in a season high 13 catches for 128 yards with a touchdown to go along with a 37 yard kickoff return at Murray State (10/13)… caught seven passes for 72 yards and had one carry for six yards to go with 14 yards on two punt returns against Tennessee Tech (10/20)… caught four balls for 40 yards at Southeast Missouri (11/3) and four for 56 yards against Jacksonville State (11/10)... closed out the season with three receptions for 18 yards against UT Martin (11/17)

2017 - Sophomore Season
Played in 10 contests, starting four… finished the season with 17 receptions for 178 yards and a touchdown… rushed 19 times for 113 yards… returned 16 kickoffs for 312 yards and five punts for 84 yards… scored first collegiate touchdown on a 27 yard pass from Michael Hughes at Jacksonville State (11/16)… caught four passes for 43 yards against Eastern Illinois (9/30)… hauled in four passes for 10 yards and added 30 on the ground on three attempts against Virginia University Lynchburg (11/4)… recorded a season high 47 yards rushing on six attempts against Southeast Missouri (11/11)

2016 - Freshman Season

Played in 11 games, starting three, as a true freshman… Used on special teams, at wide receiver and at running back… Led the nation in combined return yards 1,103… Set TSU single season records in kickoff returns (42) and kickoff return yards (965)... Averaged 23.0 yards per kick return, 8.5 yards on punt returns and 124.5 all-purpose yards… Caught 16 passes for 236 yards and ran for 57 yards on 14 carries… Collected 227 all-purpose yards at Murray State (10/29); 142 on five kick returns, 70 yards on a season high five receptions, 10 yards on two punt returns and five yards on two carries… Picked up 65 yards on his longest kick return of the season at Eastern Illinois (10/8)… Caught three passes for 48 yards, had three kick returns for 96 yards and three punt returns for 11 yards as part of 161 total yards versus Jackson State (9/10)

Ravenwood HS
Hauled in a team-leading 47 receptions for 924 yards and nine touchdowns… On the ground, totaled 744 yards rushing and 10 scores on 98 carries… Averages 49.6 yards per kick return and 18.6 yards on punt returns, converting on five for touchdowns… A member of the 2014 Class 6A State Runner-Up, guided RHS to the 2015 Class 6A State Championship… Played in the Ninth Annual Toyota East vs. West Tennessee All-Star Classic… Played for Will Hester… Had offers from Austin Peay, Tennessee Tech and UT Martin… Son of Ingrid and Tony Rowland