Originally Posted by UKFlounder
The name seems familiar. If he's the guy I'm thinking of, he was a really good special teams player. That's cool that he's still playing professionally.
He was a really good special teams player in his Frosh and Soph years, then started at half back his junior and senior years. He wasn't a Heisman canidate by any means, but was a good player. He's been in Europe for about 7-8 years now (Germany) and loves it. He gets paid above what normal workers make (somewhere around $70,000.00 US) but he's getting up there in years (35) to make a go of it much longer. He said that he'd probably return to Dayton and become a coach once his football career's over.