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Think Big: Divide and Conquer draft results
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Updated: Tuesday 04/16/2012 18:44:31 (ET)
by Ryan Powell, UND Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The Fighting Sioux football staff held its annual Divide and Conquer Spring Game Draft on Monday morning as the players were selected to their respective Green and White squads.

Defensive coordinator Mike Mannausau will lead the Green team along with wide receivers coach Luke Schleusner, secondary coach Benny Boyd and tight ends coach Jeff Richter. “I am very excited about the roster we have put together for the Green Team,” Mannausau said. “We have a good nucleus of veteran players and some exciting young players that the fans will get to see for the first time.” 

Mannausau’s Green Team won the inaugural Divide and Conquer clash last season 33-15. Offensive coordinator Greg Breitbach will be looking for revenge this spring as he leads the White team once again. Joining him on staff are linebackers coach Josh Kotelnicki and running backs coach Danny Freund.

“I really like our team,” Breitbach said. “We have a veteran presence on the defenslive line and at running back along with two senior quarterbacks. We are young at some of the skill positions, but this is the type of opportunity where young players can step up and really impress the coaching staff.”

The teams will also have special alumni coaches and media captains that will be announced on Tuesday.

White Roster (Numerically)                    
Green Roster (Numerically)                    
3 Jake Miller, Jr., RB 2 Jer Garman, So., RB
9 Dillon Olson, RFr., DB 4 Daryl Brown, So., DB
13 Marcus Hendrickson, Sr., QB 5 R.J. McGill, Jr., WR
15 Seth Nichols, Sr., TE 6 Joey Bradley, Jr., QB
16 B.J. Fifita, RFr., DB 10 Rumeal Harris, RFr., DB
17 Chavon Mackey, Jr., DB 14 Chris Comes, So., QB
18 Braden Hanson, Sr., QB 24 Jay Daggett, RFr., WR
20 Romon Bridges, RFr., WR 25 Damon Andrews, Jr., LB
23 Ethan Magstadt, Sr., FB 28 Mitch Sutton, Sr., RB
26 Chris Hall, Jr., DB 29 Chris Brown, RFr., DB
27 P.J. Sparks, RFr., RB 31 Dayo Idowu, RFr., DB
34 Cordero Finley, Jr., LB 33 Erik Mersereau, Sr., DB
38 Derrick Goard, Jr., LB
37 Joey Walker, Jr., LB
40 Baylee Carr, So., DB
39 Adam Shaugabay, Jr., RB
44 Joe Kingery, Jr., TE
42 William James, So., DB
45 Jay Nelson, Sr., DE
47 Seth Wisthoff, Sr., TE
50 Alex Hickel, So., LB
51 Will Ratelle, RFr., LB
53 Garrison Goodman, Jr., LB
52 Ben Peters, So., LB
55 Dwayne Pecosky, So., DE
54 Ian McGurran, Sr., OL
57 Brian Otto, So., LB
58 Garrett Reineke, RFr., LB
60 Jace Hellman, RFr., OL
59 Ryan Nelson, RFr., LB
67 Shea Walker, So., OL
63 Sean Meehan, RFr., OL
68 Caleb Gillson, Sr., OL
70 Ross Windfeldt, RFr., OL
72 Luke Hoplin, RFr., OL
71 Brandon Anderson, RFr., OL
74 Devin Barton, So., OL
73 Darren Peterson, So., OL
79 Jake Hoerchner, Jr., OL
75 Caleb Nelson, Jr., DL
82 Pat Brown, RFr., WR
76 Darren Deneui, Jr., OL
83 Jameer Jackson, RFr., WR
80 Jon Heimler, Sr., WR
86 Blair Townsend, Jr., WR
81 Taylor Grant, So., TE
88 T.J. Draeger, RFr., WR
84 Greg Hardin, Jr., WR
90 Devin Benjamin, Sr., DL
85 Seth Stanchik, Jr., DE
93 Zach Adler, RFr., FB
87 Casey Young, RFr., WR
96 Aaron Hartung, RFr., DL
89 Marco Barrientos, RFr., WR
97 Kyle Woodsmall, RFr., DL
91 Spencer Cummings, So., DE
98 Ross Brenneman, Sr., DL
92 E.J. Welch, Jr., DL
 
99 Marcus Laverdure, RFr., DL

All participating players were divided equally among the two teams, but there could be some players switching teams throughout the game due to depth concerns. The punting and placekicking specialists will work with both teams during the Spring Game.

 – Go UND –
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