2016-17 Football
1 Domenique Williams DB
2 Hank Black WR
2 Kaman Cooper DB
3 Dontavius Monroe RB
3 Jovany Aris WR
3 Ludovic Saintvil DB
4 Vincent Lowe WR
5 Keanu James DB
5 Isaiah Gilmore WR
5 Tony Welch DB
6 Jajuan Stinson RB
6 Luke Manning QB
7 Austin Herink QB
8 River Boruff LB
9 Drake Powell WR
10 D.J. Vanderwerf QB
10 Austin Gatewood LB
11 Keith Coffee WR
12 Dylan Wieger QB
13 Matt Williams WR
13 Jeremy Lewis DB
14 Ryan Powers DB
15 Falon Lee RB
16 Ja'Vonte Williams DB
17 Braxton Richburg WR
17 Kevin Ferguson DB
18 Malik Styles WR
19 Nick Sexton QB
19 Christian Gibson LB
20 Andrew Heyward WR
21 Jack Shoulders WR
21 Bryce Suber DB
22 Tony Francois WR
22 Tavian Lott DB
23 Charlie Jackson DB
23 Elijah Mathes DB
24 Adam Mitchell TE
24 Alonzo Francois LB
25 Emmett Robinson WR
25 Daren Ardis DB
26 Artevius Smith WR
26 Tre Gowen III RB
27 Matt Thompson RB
28 Quan Harrison WR
29 Jevon Gooden LB
30 Cory Colder RB
31 Paul Hunter DB
32 JD Griffin LB
33 Tony Mitchell DB
33 Malcolm Herrington DB
35 Nick Payne DB
38 Chad Pritchard WR
39 Stephen Antonelli TE
40 Dylan Weigel LB
41 Austin Howard LB
42 Evan Wick TE
42 Jeremiah Partin LB
43 Matt Fox RB
44 Jack Jones LB
45 Nasir Player DL
46 Marion Watson K/P
48 Haddon Hill FB
49 Jason Maduafokwa DL
50 Joe Dossett DL
51 Austin Rowan DL
52 Spencer Brien LB
53 Trey Quillin LB
54 Colton Lakes LB
55 Devon Johnson DL
56 Adam Mullins LS
57 Matt Pyke OL
58 Greg McCloud OL
59 Brent Rathbone OL
60 Connor James OL
61 Lakin McCall OL
62 Mason McNutt OL
63 Dakota Finger DL
64 Chris Stine DL
65 Ben Blackmon OL
66 Asley Haynes OL
67 Myles Smith OL
68 Michael Scates OL
69 Sammy Hall OL
70 Alex Rios OL
71 Dustin Nickle LS
72 Eddie Gajardo OL
74 Matt Brewer OL
75 Patrick McFall OL
76 Cody Cornelius OL
77 Garrett Curtis OL
78 Kevin McConnell OL
79 Cameron Parker OL
80 Hunter Wike WR
82 Caleb Woody WR
83 Merrick Mullins WR
84 Justin Gilliam TE
85 JJ Jerman K/P
86 Kobe Kelley WR
87 Dylan Dockery TE
88 Joe DeFatta K/P
88 Myles Taylor TE
89 Anthony Spagnoletti WR
90 Ferguierson Charles DL
91 Chris Bouyer DL
92 Joe Pittman LB
93 Royce Turnbull DL
94 Olajuwon Pinkelton DL
96 Landon Kunak K/P
97 Tremond Ferrell DL
99 Blake Bockrath LB
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Ben Blackmon

#65 Ben Blackmon

HT. 6-3
WT. 289
YR. RFr.
HOMETOWN Newberry, S.C.

2019 (R-Senior): Named to the SoCon Honor Roll … Garnered a spot on the 2019 Fall Academic All-Conference squad…Tabbed to the Coaches First Team All-SoCon … Named Preseason All-SoCon Second Team Offense … Appeared and started in all 12 games for the Bucs … Finished his career with 47 games played and 47 career starts … Played in a team-high 757 snaps of the possible 760 snaps … Moved from left guard to center for his final season … Graded out at 98.3% in his 757 snaps … Finished the season with a team-high 59 knock downs … Aided the Bucs in totaling nine 100-yard rushing games, four 200-yard contests and one 400-yard rushing game … Blocked for Quay Holmes’ program-record 255-yard rushing game in the home finale as ETSU defeated Mercer, 38-33.

2018 (R-Junior): Named to the SoCon Honor Roll … Appeared and started in all 12 games for the Buccaneers … Blackmon’s blocking duties helped pave the way for nine 100-yard rushing games, including four contests of over 200 yards on the ground … Blocked for a season-best six touchdowns against Gardner-Webb (Oct. 6) as well as four rushing touchdowns against Western Carolina (Oct. 27).

2017 (R-Sophomore): Named to the SoCon Honor Roll … Started all 11 games for the Blue and Gold … Blackmon’s blocking duties helped the Bucs post a pair of two-touchdown rushing games – wins over Mercer and VMI … Helped block for Austin Herink to break the single-game passing record of 434 yards at Furman on Sept. 30.

2016 (R-Freshman): Named to the Southern Conference Honor Roll … started all 11 games for the Blue and Gold at left guard. The Newberry, S.C. native played 730 total snaps, while grading out at 77 percent for the season – including a season-best 83 percent in the win over Western Carolina at Bristol Motor Speedway. Blackmon totaled 35 knockdowns, while recording six against Western Carolina and five versus Furman. Blackmon’s blocking duties helped ETSU total three 200-plus yard rushing games – including a season-high 323 yards in the win over West Virginia Wesleyan. 

2015 (Freshman): SoCon Academic Honor Roll member … Started at right guard in season-opener vs. Kennesaw State (Sept. 3) … Missed remainder of the season with an injury.

High School: Was a three-sport athlete at Newberry High School, lettering for three seasons in football, while also playing for the baseball and swimming teams … Was an all-county, all-region and all-midlands selection … Had 32 knockdown blocks and 19 pancake blocks his senior season … Was also his school’s most valuable swimmer.

Personal: Son of Will and Leah Blackmon … Born Nov. 15, 1996 … Major is physical education/exercise science … Played for high school coach Phil Strickland.