James Stone Named To Rimington Watch List

Updated: May 21, 2013

James Stone


The Vols center is one of 44 players named to the watch list for 2013

May 21, 2013

NEW YORK CITY – Tennessee senior center James Stone has been named to the 2013 Rimington Trophy Watch List as announced Tuesday.

Stone is one of nine SEC players named to the watch list, the most of any conference, while the PAC-12 and Mountain West come in second with five players each.

There are 17 returning players from the 2012 Watch List and 44 players total named to this year’s Watch List.

While more than a dozen All-America football teams are selected annually, the Rimington Trophy committee uses these four prestigious teams to determine a winner:

· American Football Coaches Association

· Walter Camp Foundation

· Sporting News

· Football Writers Association of America

Because the selectors of these four All-America teams can place Centers in a “mix” of offensive linemen that includes guards and tackles, their 11-man first teams can often have two Centers. Our policy is to count all players that play primarily the Center position for their respective teams as Centers, even though they may be listed as guards or tackles on the four All American teams.

The Center with the most first team votes will be determined the winner. If there is a tie with first team votes, then the Center with most second team votes will win. If there is still a tie, the winner will be determined by the Rimington Trophy committee.

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

Name School Ht Wt Class

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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