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Draft Scout Sean Price News
11/25/12 - 2012 SOCON FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR: Sean Price, WR, Appalachian State...Price was the runaway choice for Freshman of the Year after a regular season in which the wide receiver led all freshmen nationally with 68 receptions, 1,029 receiving yards and eight touchdowns, all Appalachian State freshman records, in just nine games played. The Reston, Va., native is on the watch list for the Jerry Rice Award, given annually to the top freshman in FCS, and needs just four receptions and 45 yards to break the NCAA Division I FCS freshman records for both, the latter of which is held by Marshall’s Randy Moss. Price swept the SoCon offensive player of the week and freshman of the week awards on Nov. 5 and was also the league’s freshman of the week on Oct. 1. - Southern Conference football
11/06/12 - NOV 5 SOCON OFFENSIVE PLAYER & FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Sean Price, Appalachian State, Fr., WR, Reston, Va.,...Freshman wideout Sean Price caught seven passes for 231 yards and one touchdown as Appalachian State knocked off top-ranked Georgia Southern, 31-28. Price's 231 receiving yards are the second-most in a single game in the SoCon this season and the 13th-highest output in the FCS. It is the highest receiving total for a freshman in FCS this year. Trailing 21-10 midway through the second quarter, Price scored his eighth touchdown of the season on a 56-yard catch and run to pull the Mountaineers to within four points (21-17). His longest catch of the day was a 67-yard reception on third-and-29 from inside the Mountaineers' 1-yard line. Price set a new Appalachian State record with his fifth 100-yard receiving game as a freshman. Other Offensive Player Nominees: Darien Robinson (Citadel), Thomas Wilson (Elon), William Banks (Georgia Southern), Andy Summerlin (Samford), Jacob Huesman (Chattanooga), Jacoby Mitchell (Western Carolina) and Eric Breitenstein (Wofford). Other Freshman Nominees: James Riley (Citadel), Tracey Coppedge (Elon), Patrick Flowe (Georgia Southern), Jacob Huesman (Chattanooga), and Sertonuse Harris (Western Carolina). - SoCon football
11/06/12 - NOV 5 SPORTS NETWORK NATIONAL FCS CO-FRESHMEN OF THE WEEK: Sean Price, Appalachian State, R-Freshman, 6-5, 210, WR, Reston, Va.,...Price proved again why he is one of the most dangerous freshman playmakers in the FCS. In a 31-28 victory at Georgia Southern, he caught seven passes for 231 yards and one touchdown. Price set new Appalachian State freshman records for receiving yards in a game and 100-yard receiving games in a season (five). He averaged 33 yards per reception, and his 231-yard effort is the highest among FCS freshmen this year and the second-best performance among Southern Conference wide receivers this season. In only eight games, Price has 58 receptions for 914 yards and eight touchdowns. - Sports Network
11/03/12 - Jamal Jackson threw for 383 yards as Appalachian State beat Georgia Southern 31-28 Saturday. Georgia Southern held the longest active home-win streak in the Football Championship Subdivision and had won six-straight Southern Conference games before today. Georgia Southern (7-2, 6-2) took a 28-24 lead behind Ezayi Youyoute's third quarter touchdown run. But Jackson's third touchdown pass of the day, a 23-yarder to Tony Washington in the fourth quarter, gave Appalachian State (7-3, 4-2) the lead for good. Five of the last six Appalachian State-Georgia Southern duels have been decided by seven points or less. Jackson has 10-consecutive games with at least 200 yards passing and has never completed less than half of his passes as a starter. Appalachian State's Sean Price, who caught seven passes for 231 yards, entered ranked second in the Southern Conference and led all NCAA Division I FCS freshman in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. - AP Sports
10/27/12 - Logan Hallock completed the first 20 passes of his collegiate career, passing for two touchdowns in Appalachian State's 38-27 victory over Western Carolina on Saturday. Hallock, whose only previous playing time was taking a knee on two late-game snaps earlier this season, entered in the first quarter after starting quarterback Jamal Jackson injured his knee. Jackson had thrown a 32-yard touchdown pass to Tony Washington. Once Jackson went to the bench, he never returned and Hallock never misfired until his 21st pass, an incompletion. He finished 20 of 21 for 230 yards and no interceptions. Hallock's scoring passes were an 18-yarder to Sean Price and a 16-yarder to Drew Bailey that gave the Mountaineers (6-3, 4-2) a 38-13 lead. Steven Miller rushed for 245 yards and a touchdown for Appalachian State. For Western Carolina (1-8, 0-7), Troy Mitchell ran for two touchdowns and threw a 74-yard TD to Deja Alexander. - AP Sports