Tarpons Sign Former College StandoutsMay 3, 2012 - Ultimate Indoor Football League (UIFL) Florida Tarpons
Dwayne Frampton Bio
CAREER STATS RECEIVING RUSHING
SEASON REC YDS AVG LNG TD ATT YDS AVG LNG TD
2011 94 1156 12.3 65 6 4 28 7.0 10 1
2010 69 738 10.7 53 6 14 12 0.9 17 0
2011: Biletnikoff Award Watch List . . . Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference . . . First Team Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference selection by Phil Steele's and Lindy's . . . Second Team All-SBC choice by Athlon Sports . . . Despite playing only one year at ASU after transferring, Frampton enters his senior season needing just 15 receptions and two touchdown catches to rank among the top-10 all-time leaders in ASU history.
2010: Honorable Mention All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Posted a team-high 69 receptions that were the second most in school history and a team-high 738 receiving yards that were the seventh most . . . Ranked second in the Sun Belt Conference in receptions, sixth in receiving yards and tied for third in receiving touchdowns (6) . . . Six touchdown receptions ties the third most in school history . . . Nationally, ranked 30th in receptions and 80th in receiving yards . . . Set the school record for receptions in a game with 12 vs. Indiana, which was also the most by a Sun Belt Conference player and the 23rd most in the nation in 2010 . . . Finished with double-figure receptions in two games . . . Caught multiple passes in every game . . . Recorded a career-high 138 receiving yards against Middle Tennessee that ranked as the 18th most in ASU history and the most by an A-State player in a decade . . . Posted a 53-yard reception against Louisiana-Lafayette, which was his longest of the season . . . Led ASU in receptions in half of its games . . . Also returned seven kickoffs for 99 yards and recorded six punt returns for 15 yards . . . Mid-Term signee that participated in ASU's 2010 spring camp . . . ASU Athletic Director's Honor Roll member.
LA HARBOR COLLEGE: Helped lead Los Angeles Harbor to a 9-2 overall record and the Mountain Conference championship with a 6-1 league record in 2009 . . . A first team all-conference selection, Frampton posted 78 receptions for 1,246 yards and 10 touchdowns as a sophomore . . . Junior college All-America selection . . . Rated among top 75 junior college transfers in the nation . . . Averaged 111.8 receiving yards per game and 16.0 yards per catch, while also returning a team-high 13 punts for 112 yards.
HIGH SCHOOL: The Wilmington, Calif. native was first team all-state selection at Dorsey High School, where he hauled in 47 receptions for 989 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born May 28, 1989 . . . Son of Darmesha Watkins.
Willie Williams Bio
Position: Deffensive Back
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
High School: Dorsey
90 Tackles8 1/2 Tackles for loss
1 1/2 Sacks
4 Pass breakups
2 Forced Fumbles
Accolades: Academic All mac 1st Team 2011
46 Tackles6 Tackles for loss
6 Pass Breakups
1 Forced Fumble
Accolades: All Mac New Comer of the Year 2010
PERSONAL: Full name: Willie Max Williams...Son of Willie Williams II and Marlette Byrd...Step-father is Gary Franklin Sr....Born 10-28-90...Communications major...Step-father Gary Franklin attended Valley College and mother, Marlette, attended UCLA...Has four brothers, Keith Charles, Marquise Charles, Gary Frank Jr. and Amir Adams...Has one sister, Nyla Franklin...Brother, Keith Charles, played one year of football at the University of Idaho, brother, Marquise, played four years at Utah State, and brother, Gary, has signed to play basketball at Cal Berkeley... EMU: 2010: One of the junior college recruits who stepped right in and played in all 12 games, three as a starter, in the defensive backfield...Started at cornerback against Toledo (Oct. 30), Buffalo (Nov. 20), and Northern Illinois (Nov. 26)...Finished eighth on the team in tackles with 35...Also had four tackles-for-loss of 11 yards and his five pass deflections tied for second on the team...Was the recipient of the Eastern Gridirion Group's Defensive Newcomer of the Year...Turned in a career-high seven tackles with one TFL for two yards against Toledo...Also had six tackles at Ball State (Oct. 26)... GLENDALE JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played two seasons for Head Coach John Rome... Played cornerback and kick returner...As a sophomore, recorded 36 tackles, two interceptions and a tackle-for-loss...Also recovered a fumble and returned it 67 yards for a touchdown...Posted a kick return averaged of 21.8 yards on four tries...One of the top scholar-athletes on the team...Named Glendale's Cornerback of the Year and also named to the All-Junior College squad... HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Dorsey H.S. in Los Angeles, Calif. where he played football for Head Coach Paul Knox...Was a four-year member of the Academic Honor Roll and was also a member of the Circle of Scholars...Won the John Ferraro Football Hall of Fame Award as well as being a recipient of the Above the Game Athletic Award...Certified in CPR and also a First-Aid Responder...Senior Year: Named All-City on both offense and defense...Defensive MVP of his team after posting nine interceptions with 89 tackles...Rushed for 1,256 yards as a running back on offense...Top scholar-athlete with a 4.0 GPA.
Position: Offensive Line
City/State: Dickson, Tenn.
High School: Dickson County HS
College : STARTED 38 CAREER GAMES. Played in nine games during 2010 at left tackle... one of Govs most consistent offensive linemen, but struggled with penalties early in season... helped offensive line improve to allow only nine sacks-second best in OVC and eighth nationally-in 2010, down from 21 the previous season... blocked for rushing game that ranked third in OVC, averaging 167.1 yards-per-game... knee injury limited late-season performance... underwent offseason knee surgery and sat out spring practice... moved into starting lineup at left tackle in 2009 after serving as utility player previous season...helped serve as key element in producing two first-team All-OVC running backs in Ryan White and Terrence Holt... was Govs' utility lineman early in 2008 season before playing a integral part down the stretch...when starting left tackle Cage Major incurred injuries, stepped in at key left tackle spot and provided quality performance...incurred ankle sprain prior to spring practice start but finished workouts strong...came to APSU as walk-on... High School: Played center and nose guard for Jackie Bledsoe at Dickson County...earned All-Mid State and All-State as enior...chosen Region 6 5A Offensive Lineman of Year... Personal: Health and human performance major...son of James Barker Sr....born March 3, 1989.
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