2018-19 Football
1 Paul Miller WR
1 Domenique Williams DB
2 Trey Mitchell QB
2 Kaman Cooper LB
3 Dontavius Monroe RB
3 Thomas Henderson DB
4 Logan Marchi QB
5 Keanu James DB
6 Titus Tucker DB
6 Logan Bowers K/P
7 Austin Herink QB
7 Tyler Richardson DB
8 Tyrique Sandusky QB
8 Jacob Saylors RB
9 Karon Delince DB
10 Austin Gatewood LB
11 Quay Holmes RB
12 MJ Woods DB
13 Jay Gavin WR
13 Jeremy Lewis DB
14 Keith Coffee WR
15 Kobe Kelley WR
16 Tyree Robinson DB
17 Quan Harrison WR
18 Cameron Lewis QB
18 Tyrik Stewart DB
19 Dilan Henderson DB
20 Andrew Heyward WR
20 Tommy Rogers DB
21 Jack Shoulders WR
21 Christian Gibson LB
22 Zack Yancey LB
23 Chris Armstrong DB
24 Alonzo Francois LB
25 Jalyn Williams RB
25 Austin Hicks LB
26 Artevius Smith DB
27 Matt Thompson RB
28 Kashif Warren WR
28 Quinn Smith DB
29 DJ Twitty RB
30 Cory Colder RB
31 Jared Folks LB
32 JD Griffin LB
33 Edward Davis LB
35 Nick Payne DB
38 Juliun Price WR
39 Ari Werts WR
40 Dylan Weigel LB
41 Chris Ross LB
42 Evan Wick TE
43 Donovan Manuel LB
44 Nate Adkins TE
45 Nasir Player DL
46 Marion Watson K/P
47 Trejuan Purty DL
48 Haddon Hill FB
49 Jason Maduafokwa DL
51 Austin Rowan DL
52 Tre'mond Shorts OL
53 Chandlor Mullins LS
54 Colton Lakes LB
55 Devon Johnson DL
56 Adam Mullins LS
57 Matt Pyke OL
58 Greg McCloud OL
59 Jalen Porter LB
60 Asley Haynes OL
62 Mason McNutt OL
63 Dakota Finger DL
64 Chris Stine DL
65 Ben Blackmon OL
66 Dadley Louis OL
67 Myles Smith OL
68 Michael Scates OL
69 Bryson Casteel OL
70 Nick Rideout OL
71 Dustin Nickle LS
72 Eddie Gajardo OL
73 Myles Taylor OL
74 Caman Cody DL
75 Cason Setzekorn OL
77 Garrett Curtis OL
78 Kevin McConnell OL
79 Cameron Parker OL
80 Desi Lester Jr. WR
83 Merrick Mullins WR
84 Justin Gilliam TE
85 JJ Jerman K/P
86 Will Huzzie WR
87 Dylan Dockery TE
88 Braxton Richburg WR
89 Anthony Spagnoletti WR
90 Javion Heard DL
91 Chris Bouyer DL
92 Dru Bowens LB/DE
93 Dawson Pierson TE
94 Olajuwon Pinkelton DL
95 Kendell Wright DL
96 Landon Kunak K/P
97 Tremond Ferrell DL
98 Miles Manigault DL
99 Blake Bockrath LB
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Karon Delince

#9 Karon Delince

HT. 5-9
WT. 170
YR. So.
HOMETOWN Phenix City, Ala.

2021 (Senior): Appeared and started in all 13 games during the fall … Capped off his final season with 53 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, one interception and six pass breakups … His biggest game was in the season-opening upset at Vanderbilt where he finished with 10 tackles and one interception, taking the ball 95 yards to put the game away against the Commodores … Also had back-to-back performances with six tackles against Western Carolina and Mercer, helping the Bucs lock up the program’s first-ever outright SoCon title.

2020 (Senior)*: Appeared and started in each of the six games for ETSU … Finished the season with 19 tackles (14 solo) … Capped off the year with four pass breakups, ranking second on the team … Scooped up two fumble recoveries on the season (The Citadel & VMI) … Picked up the game-winning fumble recovery against the Keydets to seal the 24-20 win on April 3 in Lexington, Va. … Wrapped up a season-high five tackles in the win against The Citadel on March 20.

*Season played in Spring 2021 due to COVID-19 pandemic

2019 Track & Field: Competed in just one event in the indoor season at the Gamecock Inaugural (Jan. 18-19)…opened his outdoor season with a first place mark in the long jump of 7.24m…a week later, set PRs in the long jump (first place, 7.54m) and the 100m dash (third place, 10.79s) at the SoCon Outdoor Championships…also scored in the 4x100m and the 4x400m relays with third and fifth place finishes…earned a spot at the East Region Preliminary Rounds (May 23-25) while finishing 22nd with a leap of 7.30m in the long jump.

2019 (Junior): Named to the Phil Steele Magazine Preseason Second Team All-SoCon … Appeared and started in 11 games for the Bucs, missing the regular season finale at Vanderbilt … Finished the campaign with a career-best 44 tackles (33 solo), while also finished with five pass breakups … Registered a season-high seven tackles against The Citadel on Nov. 2 … Posted five or more tackles in five of the 11 games played.

2018 (Sophomore): Played in 12 games, starting each game for the Blue & Gold … Finished the year with 41 tackles (32 solo), 11 pass breakups, one interception, one fumble recovery and one tackle for loss … Registered first collegiate interception at VMI (Sept. 14) and first career fumble recovery against Gardner-Webb (Oct. 6) … Collected a career-high eight tackles and three pass breakups vs. Samford (Nov. 17) … Posted three games with five or more tackles, including the season opener vs. Mars Hill (Sept. 1).

2018 (Track & Field): Competed in four indoor and four outdoor meets en route to earning Southern Conference Male Freshman of the Year both for indoor and outdoor season … Scored at both SoCon Championship meets, breaking the tape in the indoor 200m final by 0.03 seconds (21.62) for his first individual SoCon title, while placing fourth in the 60m dash (6.86) and second in the long jump (7.31m – PR) … Found even more success in the outdoor conference championship meet, once again winning the 200m with a time of 21.25 – a personal best – while placing third in the 100m, eighth in the long jump and third each in the 4x100 and 4x400 to score in five events … Has five total first place finishes, including three 200m dash victories and two long jump wins at the ETSU Tri-Star Classic and the Catamount Classic.

2017 (Freshman): Played in 10 games in his first season with the Buccaneers … Registered 13 tackles (nine solo), 1.5 tackles for loss and three pass breakups … Made collegiate debut in ETSU’s season-opening win over Limestone on Sept. 2 … Recorded a season-high four tackles and two pass breakups at No. 1 James Madison on Sept. 9 … Posted three tackles and one tackle for loss at Western Carolina on Oct. 14.

High School: Lettered in football and track & field at Central High School … Finished with 145 tackles and 16 interceptions for the Red Devils in 2016 … Totaled seven interceptions as a sophomore and junior … Three-star recruit via 247Sports … All Bi-City selection in both football and track, while also being a two-time first team all-region honoree … Won the state championship in the 100m (10.66) and 200m (21.38).

Personal: Son of Shaunda Pitt … Born July 19, 1998 … Plans to major in engineering technology with a concentration in construction technology.