Class of 2017: Part 3

Daulton Ward
Hometown: Benton, IL
High School: Benton
Position: OL
Awards: 1st Team All-Conference
Southern IL All-Star Team
Team Captain
3-Year Varsity Starter
Major: Criminal Justice
Coach Mingo: At 6’5 and 265 pounds, Daulton Ward possesses limitless potential. He plays the game with very good physicality and can move extremely well. I expect big things for Daulton during his career here at GC."

Andres Flores
Hometown: Stockton, CA
High School: A.A. Stagg
Position: OL
Awards: 1st Team All-League
1st Team All-Area
Scholar Athlete
Frank Alustiza Award
Wallace "Bud" McKay Award
Major: Pre-Physical Therapy
Coach Mingo:Andres is a great offensive lineman. He bends his knees very well and has great feet. His physicality stood out to me he right away. Andres will be a great student-athlete and will be in a competition battle for playing time early in his career.

RJ Kuh
Hometown: Christopher, IL
High School: Christopher
Position: DL
Awards: Offensive/Defensive Lineman Award
Team Leader in sacks (2011-2012)
Major: Undecided
Coach Mingo: “RJ will be a great asset for us. He is a tough football player who uses his hands well to shed blocks. I really like how physical he is. RJ is a great fit for GC and will thrive in this environment.”
Why Did He Choose Greenville: “I chose Greenville College because I believe in the principles of the college and football program. I know this program will be successful for years to come, thanks to the hard work and leadership of both the coaches and players."

Roosevelt McNeil
Hometown: Springfield, IL
High School: Lanphier
Position: DB
Major: Accounting
Coach Orr: “We are happy to bring Roosevelt in this recruiting class as a dual sport athlete. Looking to compete in both football and track, I'm thrilled to see his excitement in becoming a Panther. With a defensive focus on forcing turnovers, Roosevelt's knack for attacking the ball in the defensive backfield will help him fit right in.”
Why Did He Choose Greenville: “When I visited Greenville I was hooked! It felt like a home away from home. Everybody was so friendly, this is just the kind of school I need to succeed. I'm also really happy that I have the opportunity to be able to compete in both of the sports I love.”

Joseph Watson
Hometown: Eldorado, IL
High School: Eldorado
Position: OL
Major: Physics Education
Coach Mingo: “I am very excited Joseph has chosen GC. He is a great fit for our football program and community. He possesses a good ability to get off of the football and looks to finish blocks. I am excited to see how well Joseph will close his potential performance gap.”

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