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Lasecki Named To 2013 Rimington Trophy Fall Watch List

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Taylor Lasecki

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Taylor Lasecki
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July 9, 2013

DALLAS (SMU) - SMU sophomore Taylor Lasecki is one of 44 players on the Fall Watch List for the 2013 Rimington Trophy, the award organization announced this week.

The Rimington Trophy is presented annually to the most outstanding center in college football and is named after the award's namesake, Dave Rimington, who was a consensus first-team All-America center at Nebraska in 1981 and 1982.

Lasecki started all 13 games in 2012 and was named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team. SMU posted top-10 school efforts in scoring, scoring average, total offense, passing yards, passing TDs, completions, attempts, completion percentage and first downs among others, as Lasecki and his fellow linemen blocked for C-USA Offensive Player of the Year Zach Line.

The winner will be honored at Rimington Trophy Presentation banquet at the Rococo Theater in Lincoln, Nebraska on January 11, 2014.

The following is a full list of those named to the 2013 Rimington Trophy Watch List: 

David Andrews

Georgia

6'2"

295

Junior

Russell Bodine

North Carolina

6'4"

310

Junior

Evan Boehm

MIssouri

6'3"

315

Sophomore

Jake Brendel

UCLA

6'5"

276

RS Sophomore

Betim Bujari

Rutgers

6'4"

290

Junior

Ben Clarke

Hawaii

6'3"

275

Sophomore

Sean Conway

Western Kentucky

6'3"

305

Senior

Dillon Day

Mississippi State

6'4"

295

RS Junior 

Reese Dismukes

Auburn

6'3"

290

RS Junior

Dominic Espinosa

Texas

6'4"

300

Junior

Dillon Farrell

New Mexico

6'5"

292

Senior

Jay Finch

Georgia Tech

6'3"

285

Senior

B.J. Finney

Kansas State

6'4"

303

Junior

Matt Galas

Nevada

6'1"

280

Junior

Bryce Giddens

Arkansas State

6'0"

225

Sophomore

Hroniss Grasu

Oregon

6'3"

297

Junior 

Gus Handler

Colorado

6'3"

290

Senior 

Jonotthan Harrison

Florida

6'4"

299

RS Junior

Andre Huval

Louisiana-Lafayette

6'1"

290

Senior 

Gabe Ikard

Oklahoma

6'3"

298

RS Senior 

Travis Jackson

Michigan State

6'3"

280

Junior

David Kekuewa

Bowling Green

6'2"

308

Junior

Ryan Kelly

Alabama

6'5"

290

RS Sophomore

Zac Kerin

Toledo

6'5"

300

Senior

Kody Koebensky

Arizona State

6'3"

290

Senior

Tyler Larsen

Utah State

6'4"

312

Senior

Taylor Lasecki

SMU

6'3"

288

Sophomore

Corey Linsley

Ohio State

6'3"

297

Junior

Macky MacPherson

Syracuse

6'2"

280

Senior

Mike Marboe

Idaho

6'2"

301

Junior

Shane McDermott

Miami

6'4"

296

Junior

Cole Pensick

Nebraska

6'2"

275

Senior

Ryan Powis

Army

6'0"

248

Junior

Bryce Redman

Houston

6'1"

285

Junior

Austin Reiter

USF

6'3"

273

RS Junior

Weston Richburg

Colorado State

6'4"

297

RS Senior

Isaac Seumalo

Oregon State

6'3"

302

Sophomore

James Stone

Tennessee

6'3"

300

Senior

Bryan Stork

Florida State

6'4"

312

RS Senior

Travis Swanson

Arkansas

6'5"

305

Senior

Evan Swindall

Mississippi

6'4"

295

Senior

Valerian Ume-Ezeoke

New Mexico State

6'2"

285

Junior

Brandon Vitabile

Northwestern

6'3"

300

RS Junior

Robert Waterman

UNLV

6'2"

290

Junior


 

 

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