2012-13 Football
1 Daniel Dayton WR
2 Connor McChurch LB
3 Cody McCallister DB
4 Grant Jones DB
5 Ken Dixon RB
6 Clyde Payne RB
7 Demetrius Brown DB
8 Kelsea Fordham RB
9 Broc Loveless QB
10 Tyler Burr DB
11 Reed Gurchiek QB
12 Beau Baker K
13 Daley Sallis QB
14 Courtland Styles, Jr. WR
15 Jared White K/P
16 Isaac Hulan DB
17 Marquis Hagewood WR
18 Mason Willis DB
19 Tyler Emmetts P/K
20 Anthony Knight DB
21 Michael Nwokoji RB
22 Josh Walker DB
23 Allanté McLemore DB
24 Naaman Stillwell DB
25 Adrian Baker RB
26 Blake DeBoard RB
27 Clay Anderson DB
29 Alex Campagne DB
30 Thomas Goodloe RB
31 Fredrel Cross DB
32 Michael Hagewood DB
33 Zack Gibson RB
34 Lemeco Miller RB
35 Marcus Thompson RB
36 Kyle Musice LB
37 Bobby Bock LB
38 Deonta Johnson LB
39 Spencer Chapel DB
40 Dren Johnson LB
41 Taylor Watson LB
42 Taylor Bozeman LB
43 Mario Hill RB
44 Adam Wiss LB
45 Brandon Mallory RB
46 Brandon Smith LB
47 Jacob Hill LB
48 BJ Stewart TE
49 Chandler Bennett LB
50 Corey Matyskiela DL
51 Scott Beach LS
52 Luke Webb LB
53 Tim McKee DL
54 Grant Theall OL
55 Riley Cathey OL
56 Robert McNeal LB
57 Dakota Davis OL
58 Sam Andrade OL
59 Michael Burnette DL
60 Matt Green OL
61 Storm Cabaniss OL
62 James Jefferson LB
63 Cory Willoughby OL
64 Jesse Hall OL
65 William Judson OL
66 Josh Workman OL
67 Will Boler OL
68 Zane Perry OL
69 Cayman Russell DL
70 Dalton Burge OL
71 AJ Harmon OL
72 Kyle Long OL
73 Zach Douglas OL
74 Parker Bush OL
75 Ryan Wood OL
76 Chadman Williams OL
77 Byron Crabtree OL
78 Tucker Cathey OL
79 Marty Bottom OL
80 Kyron Clay WR
81 Cain Smith WR
82 Tyler Manning WR
83 Robert Scales RB
84 Dillon Kirkham WR
87 Ryan Slack TE
88 DeJeay Woods WR
89 Victor Underwood TE
90 Jarred Williams DL
91 Nick Lennox DL
92 Collin Urenda DL
94 Andrew Leonard WR
95 Johnny Turner DL
96 Joe Owens DL
97 Devin Guthrie DL
98 Elvin Vann DL
99 Mike Self K
Nathan Anderson RB
Justin Arms LB
Caleb Blance RB
David Brannam OL
Levi Carter LB
Chris Clement DL
Brandon Cochran RB
Jamie Cooper RB
Dylan Crews OL
Brandon Dial LB
Chase Erickson DB
Damian Fultz DB
Dax Gillespie DB
Tanner Hale DB
Denver Hall LB
Fred Houston RB
Nathan Jernigan RB
Brady Jorstad DL
Hunter Locke DL
Edwin Locklayer DB
Darian Logan RB
Devaris Mosley DB
Stefan Nelson LB
Josh Pierce WR
Zach Price TE
DeVante Ray DL
Brian Reynolds WR
Marqual Sanders RB
LaByron Seay RB
Michael Shannon DB
Justin Snyder QB
Trey Swader RB
Tyler Way K
Marvin Wilcox WR
Curtis Williams LB
Christopher Bazile
Anthony Bartolomeo
Chris Butler
Owen Canady
Andrew Compton
James Earl Davis
Justus Dauscha
Chris Escamilla
Julian Franseen
Jace Greene
Chase Howland
Terrance Jenkins
Charles Jones
Patrick Lancaster
Zach Lo
Andrew McWright
Tallon Mehlhoff
Elijah Phillips
Sheyenne Reeves
Daniel Rumbaugh
Jake Salyer
Glenn Slack
Will Stockton
Patryk Tousignant
Kendall Trice
Truman Tuck
Brent Wix
Full Roster
BJ Stewart

#48 BJ Stewart

HT. 6-5
WT. 253
CL. r-SR

2012 (SENIOR):
Started all 11 contests at tight end, posting 21 catches for 396 yards (18.9 yards-per-catch average) with five touchdowns, all team-highs … Voted First Team All-Mid-South Conference West Division … Made three catches in season-opener versus Kansas Wesleyan, showing off athletic ability by tipping a high throw to himself and then hurdling a defender while running upfield … Posted one catch for 32 yards against the University of the Cumberlands … Collected four receptions for 86 yards with two touchdowns from 18 and four yards … Had one catch for 35 yards at UVA-Wise, setting up a field goal just before the half … Registered three receptions for 66 yards with 47-yard TD catch just before halftime at the University of Pikeville … Did not have a catch versus Union College, the only game during the season without at least one reception … Made one catch for 19 yards at Faulkner University and one reception for 14 yards against Campbellsville University … Caught three passes for 55 yards at Bethel University … Posted three receptions for 53 yards with 34-yard touchdown catch versus Bluefield College … One catch at Lindsey Wilson was a 23-yard TD reception.

2011 (JUNIOR): Started final nine games of season at defensive end, collecting 35 tackles with 6.0 tackles for loss with 4.0 sacks, one interception with three pass breakups, two quarterback hurries, one fumble recovery and one blocked kick … Did not play in season opener at Lindsey Wilson … Recorded four tackles at Campbellsville University and made five stops with one sack, two pass breakups and one QB hurry versus Kentucky Christian … Both stops at West Virginia Tech were for loss with one sack … Also blocked a field goal at WVU Tech … Posted season-best six tackles at Shorter University … Registered three stops with one sack and returned an interception 57 yards against Faulkner University … Compiled four tackles, 1.5 for loss with 0.5 sacks, versus Bethel University … Collected four stops at Union College and four tackles with 0.5 sacks and one QB hurry at Belhaven University … Recorded three stops with one pass breakup and returned a fumble 51 yards for a score versus the University of the Cumberlands.

2010 (SOPHOMORE): Played in all 11 games with three starts at defensive end, compiling 35 tackles, 7.5 for loss, with three sacks, four pass breakups and two fumble recoveries … Recorded three tackles, one for loss, with a pass breakup in season opener at Austin Peay … Posted five stops, 1.5 for loss, with a pass breakup and fumble recovery versus Campbellsville Univ. … Collected four tackles at Kentucky Christian and two stops with a sack against West Virginia Tech … Registered two tackles, 1.5 for loss, with a sack versus Lindsey Wilson and one stop, 0.5 for loss, against Shorter Univ. … Recorded four tackles and recovered a fumble at Faulkner Univ. … Posted season-high seven tackles, one for loss, with a pass breakup at Bethel Univ. … Made one stop with a pass breakup versus Union College and had one sack against Belhaven Univ. … Collected five tackles at the Univ. of the Cumberlands.

2009-10 (SOPHOMORE):
Spent two weeks ranked first in nation, finishing 10th … Posted 25-13 mark as heavyweight … Won 15 of 16 matches, beginning with sweep at King College Open … Finished third at Missouri Open with five victories … Earned four straight wins at Ohio Northern Invite … Won three times at Mid-South Conference Duals … Participated in NAIA East National Qualifier and National Championships, winning one match at each.

2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Registered 15-11 mark in heavyweight class … Opened season with five straight wins, including two in Central Missouri Open … Earned three victories at Missouri Valley Open … Placed third at Eastern Regional with two wins … Won three matches at National Championship.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time All-Region selection at Pepperell HS in Lindale, Ga. … Named All-Area twice and won a pair of state championships in wrestling … Also competed in track and field.

PERSONAL: Byron Stewart, Jr. … Son of Byron Stewart and Shirley Sellers … Born October 20, 1988 … Majoring in Fitness and Wellness … Father was three-year starter for Jacksonville University football team.