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  College Player Notes by School: New Mexico State  
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01/09/18 - (CB) - Shamad Lomax, So, 5-10, 200
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Shamad Lomax (New Mexico State, DB, So.),...Lomax completed the 2017 season tied for second in the SBC with four interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, and led the conference with four forced fumbles. His three fumble recoveries also topped the league and tied for fourth in the nation while his four picks ties him for 23rd nationally. - New Mexico State Football


01/09/18 - (OLB) - Terrill Hanks, Jr, 6-2, 225
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Terrill Hanks (New Mexico State, LB, Jr.),...O.J. Clark, Terrill Hanks, Roy Lopez and Anthony Muse wrapped up the list of NM State honorees with Sun Belt Honorable Mention nods. - New Mexico State Football


01/09/18 - (WR) - O.J. Clark, rSo, 5-07, 163
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): OJ Clark (New Mexico State, WR, RS-So.),...O.J. Clark, Terrill Hanks, Roy Lopez and Anthony Muse wrapped up the list of NM State honorees with Sun Belt Honorable Mention nods. - New Mexico State Football


01/09/18 - (WR) - Anthony Muse, rSo, 5-11, 160
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Anthony Muse (New Mexico State, WR, RS-So.),...O.J. Clark, Terrill Hanks, Roy Lopez and Anthony Muse wrapped up the list of NM State honorees with Sun Belt Honorable Mention nods. - New Mexico State Football


01/09/18 - (DT) - Roy Lopez, So, 6-1, 310
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Roy Lopez (New Mexico State, DL, So.),...O.J. Clark, Terrill Hanks, Roy Lopez and Anthony Muse wrapped up the list of NM State honorees with Sun Belt Honorable Mention nods. - New Mexico State Football


01/09/18 - (QB) - Tyler Rogers, rSr, 6-2, 218
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Tyler Rogers (New Mexico State, QB, RS-Sr.),...Rogers led the Sun Belt with 3,825 passing yards and finished third with 26 touchdowns. The Peoria, Ariz., native capped off the regular-season ranked second in completions per game (29.0), fifth in passing yards (3,825), second in passing yards per game (347.7), 16th in touchdowns (26) and sixth in total offense (348.1). - New Mexico State Football


01/08/18 - (WR) - Jaleel Scott, rSr, 6-5, 215
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Jaleel Scott (New Mexico State, WR, RS-Sr.),...Three Aggies earned first-team honors in 2017 led by wide receiver Jaleel Scott. The 6-6 wide out was named to the first-team offense after a senior season that saw him tie for the Sun Belt lead with eight touchdowns and 73 receptions. Scott was also second in the league with 1,042 receiving yards and 18th nationally heading into the bowl season. - New Mexico State Football


01/08/18 - (ILB) - Dalton Herrington, Sr, 6-2, 230
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Dalton Herrington (New Mexico State, LB, Sr.),...Herrington led the Sun Belt in tackles with 124, which included 15 for loss and 5.5 sacks. His 124 total tackles is 10th-most in the country amongst Football Bowl Subdivision players. Aside from leading the conference in tackles, the Halletsville, Texas native also added one interception on the year. - New Mexico State Football


01/08/18 - (DE) - Cedric Wilcots II, rSo, 6-4, 260
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Cedric Wilcots II (New Mexico State, DL, RS-So.),...Wilcots II earned a pair of Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week honors and recorded 8.5 sacks on the season, good for second in the conference, to go along with three forced fumbles and six pass breakups. The Dallas, Texas, product's 0.71 sacks per game ties him for 16th in the country as well. - New Mexico State Football


01/08/18 - (FS) - Ron Laforce, Jr, 6-0, 187
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Ron LaForce (New Mexico State, DB, Jr.),...LaForce began his NM State career with a pair of interceptions against in-state rival New Mexico, which earned the defensive back player of the week honors following the debut. The junior finished his first campaign in the Crimson & White with 98 tackles and three picks, which earned him Sun Belt Newcomer of the Year accolades. He is the third Aggie to earn such distinction and first since Terrill Hanks (2015) and Aubrey Dorisme (2003). - New Mexico State Football


01/08/18 - (RB) - Larry Rose III, Sr, 5-11, 195
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Larry Rose III (New Mexico State, RB, Sr.),...The All-Sun Belt second-team included running back Larry Rose III and safety Ron LaForce. Rose capped off his senior season second in the SBC with nine rushing touchdowns and 807 rushing yards to finish in fifth. - New Mexico State Football


01/04/18 - (RB) - Jason Huntley, So, 5-09, 175
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Returner: Jason Huntley, New Mexico State, and Savon Scarver, Utah State (Arizona): Huntley and Scarver returned kickoffs for touchdowns on back-to-back plays in a game New Mexico State won 26-20 in overtime. Scarver's 96-yard return gave Utah State a 7-3 lead in the first quarter. Huntley returned the ensuing kickoff 100 yards to put New Mexico State back ahead. - AP College Football


12/30/17 - (RB) - Larry Rose III, Sr, 5-11, 195
New Mexico State senior running back Larry Rose III is good when he makes a promise. After a fumble earlier in the game -- one that kept the game close -- he told his coach Doug Martin that he'd make it up to the team later. And so he did when he ran 21 yards for the game-winning touchdown as NMSU defeated Utah State 26-20 in overtime Friday night in the Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl at Arizona Stadium. "I wouldn't want to go out any other way," said Rose, who was named the game's MVP after rushing for 142 yards and the game-winner. "I told him that I'd make it up to (him) and the game ended (in regulation) and I hadn't made it up. I was like, 'Oh, man, there is a lot of pressure on me. I told him I got him and I like to be a man of my word. Coach dialed it up and I just ran it."

New Mexico State (7-6) won its first bowl game in 57 years and after the game the NMSU fans stormed the field to celebrate. "When you look at the South Alabama game (the win to get them in the bowl game) the city of Las Cruces and Aggie Nation is on board," Martin said. "People came from everywhere tonight. Tonight was just remarkable. They were the big emotional bond that helped us win. It creates a big window of opportunity for New Mexico State University." Utah State (6-7) had failed to score in its chance in the overtime when Dominik Eberle missed a 29-yard field goal attempt that hit the right upright. He missed four field goals in the game after missing just two in the regular season. "He's my kid. He's my field goal kicker," Utah State coach Matt Wells said. "I love that kid, and he's been really consistent all year. Was I surprised? Yes. Was I disappointed in him? Not one bit." - The Sports Xchange

12/06/17 - (FS) - Ron Laforce, Jr, 6-0, 187
2017 SUN BELT NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR (COACHES/MEDIA): Ron LaForce, New Mexico State,...LaForce has been a great addition to the Aggie defense this season. The safety led all Sun Belt defensive backs with 98 tackles. He also tallied three interceptions to go along with four pass breakups. LaForce was the Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week after coming down with two picks in a win over in-state rival New Mexico earlier this season. - Sun Belt Football


12/04/17 - (QB) - Tyler Rogers, rSr, 6-2, 218
DEC 4 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyler Rogers, New Mexico State (Sr., QB)...Tyler Rogers orchestrated an incredible home finale of his NM State career leading the Aggies to a 22-17 win over South Alabama which makes the team bowl eligible for the first time since 2002. Rogers was in a rhythm all night going 40-for-61 for 451 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The Peoria, Ariz. natives night saw him command a game-winning drive in the closing minutes where the senior led the Aggies 83 yards down the field and capped off the series with a seven-yard touchdown pass. - Sun Belt Football


12/04/17 - (OLB) - Terrill Hanks, Jr, 6-2, 225
DEC 4 SUN BELT DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Terrill Hanks, New Mexico State (Jr., LB)...Terrill Hanks was a man on a mission leading the NM State defense in its win over South Alabama on Saturday to make the Aggies bowl eligible for the first time since 2002. Hanks recorded eight tackles which included two huge sacks. The night did not end there for the linebacker who also forced a fumble on a quarterback keeper at midfield and made a crucial interception in the closing seconds of the first half on the NM State side of the field. - Sun Belt Football


12/02/17 - (WR) - Jaleel Scott, rSr, 6-5, 215
Florida State for the 36th straight year - and New Mexico State for the first time in decades? Those two teams are now eligible to play in bowls after victories Saturday. Florida State beat Louisiana-Monroe, and New Mexico State topped South Alabama. There are 81 bowl eligible teams this year and 78 spots, so some teams will be left out. That shouldn't be a concern for Florida State (6-6), which lost coach Jimbo Fisher but is now set to extend its record streak of bowl appearances to 36 seasons. Nebraska had a 35-year streak that ended in the 2004 season. A bowl appearance by New Mexico State (6-6) would be its first since 1960, when it beat Utah State in the Sun Bowl. The Aggies could land in the Arizona Bowl. - AP College Football


09/11/17 - (QB) - Tyler Rogers, rSr, 6-2, 218
SEPT 11 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyler Rogers, New Mexico State (Sr., QB)...Tyler Rogers led the New Mexico State offense through the air in a 30-28 win over rival New Mexico. The senior was 34-for-57 for 401 yards and tied a career-high with four touchdowns. Rogers spread the ball around connecting with 11 different receivers on the night. The Peoria, Ariz. natives 401 yards and four touchdowns are second in the Sun Belt Conference for individual game-highs and his 81-yard connection with Izaiah Lottie is the longest pass this season. - Sun Belt Football


09/11/17 - (FS) - Ron Laforce, Jr, 6-0, 187
SEPT 11 SUN BELT DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ron Laforce, New Mexico State (Jr., DB)...New Mexico State defensive back Ron Laforce came up big against in-state rival New Mexico. Along with six tackles, the junior transfer came up with two huge interceptions on back-to-back Lobo drives. The first was picked off inside the Aggie 15-yard line just before the end of the half and the other came three yards from the end zone on the opponent's first drive of the third quarter. - Sun Belt Football


07/11/17 - (RB) - Larry Rose III, Sr, 5-11, 195
2017 Preseason Maxwell Award Watchlist: RB Larry Rose III, New Mexico State,...Entering his senior campaign, Rose III currently sits in third on the all-time rushing yards list with 3,618 yards, fourth in rushing touchdowns with 27 and fourth in all-purpose yards with 4,253 yards. A dynamic rusher, Rose III was lauded for his incredible 2015 season with a Third-Team AP All-America nod as well as being named the Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the year after rushing for 1,651 yards with 14 touchdowns in 240 attempts.

The Fairfield, Texas, product was the first Aggie since Denvis Manns (1995-98) to record back-to-back 1,000 yard seasons at the end of the 2015 season. He nearly added a third-straight season in 2016 despite missing the first three games of the season. However, Rose III was still able to lead the team with 865 rushing yards and finished his junior season with 170 rushing yards and two touchdowns against South Alabama on the road. - New Mexico State Football

12/26/16 - (QB) - Tyler Rogers, rSr, 6-2, 218
2016 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Tyler Rogers (New Mexico State, Sr., QB),...Rogers had a great offensive year for the Aggies, leading the team to 414.7 total yards of offense per game. The Peoria, Ariz., product threw for 16 touchdowns while rushing in four touchdowns himself along with a receiving TD. He finished the season second in passing TDs, third in points responsible for (126), third in total offense (266.9/game) and third in completions (20.36). His 445 yards through the air at Troy tied him for the 10th-best for passing yards in a single game. Against Texas State at home, Rogers became just the third player in 2016 to have rushed, thrown and caught a touchdown in a game. - New Mexico State Football


12/26/16 - (C) - Anthony McMeans, Sr, 6-1, 316
2016 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Anthony McMeans (New Mexico State, Sr., OL),...This is the second-straight all-conference honorable-mention award for McMeans, who was recognized on the honorable mention team last season after blocking for Larry Rose III to a Third-Team AP All-American award. Shaq, as he is known to teammates and close friends, was a captain for NM State alongside fellow senior Butler. - New Mexico State Football


12/26/16 - (WR) - Gregory Hogan, rSr, 6-0, 200
2016 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Greg Hogan (New Mexico State, RJr., WR),...This is the first postseason honor for both Hogan and Kourtland Busby after posting solid numbers for the Aggies in 2016. Hogan finished the season with three receiving touchdowns for 377 yards on 32 receptions. His best game came against Louisiana at home when he caught 11 passes for a career-high 1172 yards - including a touchdown in overtime. - New Mexico State Football


12/26/16 - (DE) - Kortland Busby, Sr, 6-3, 258
2016 ALL-SUN BELT HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Kourtland Busby (New Mexico State, Jr., DL),...Busby was one of the anchors for the NM State defense, playing all but one game this season. The 6-3, 255 pound defensive lineman registered 44 tackles on the year, including 5.5 tackles for loss (16 yards). He also picked up a sack in the final game of the season at South Alabama for a loss of eight yards. The Pflugerville, Texas, product also completed his junior campaign with a fumble recovery and seven quarterback hurries. - New Mexico State Football


12/26/16 - (SS) - Jaden Wright, Sr, 6-0, 212
2016 ALL-SUN BELT SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Jaden Wright, New Mexico State, Jr., DB, Individualized Studies,...Wright earned second-team honors on defense after a breakout junior season that included 81 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. The Lewisville, Texas, native led the conference with four forced fumbles, which was tied for 12th in the country. His five picks this season was second-most in the SBC and ranked ninth amongst FBS players. He recorded a career-high 15 tackles in NM State's final home game against Appalachian State while adding one TFL and a forced fumble. - New Mexico State Football


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