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Video- 2004 Rimington Trophy  Finalists - 2005 Watchlist Announced


Rimington Trophy Releases Fall 2005 Watch List


DALLAS (August 15, 2005) --- The Dave Rimington Trophy today released their updated watch list of top collegiate centers for the 2005 season. The pre-season watch list was released in March prior to Spring football. The revised watch list will be updated throughout the season in the weekly Rimington Reports. Awarded annually to the best center in the country, the Dave Rimington Trophy enters the 2005 season with a strong field of potential stand-out centers.


“We are looking forward to an exciting season of college football. Our watch list candidates represent some of the most storied college football programs in the country and this season features a number of great match-ups between watch list candidates. All the centers on the watch list are unique leaders on their respective teams and I want to wish each of them the best of luck. This is going to be a very busy year for the Rimington Trophy. We have a number of impressive announcements regarding our future in the weeks to come,? said Dave Rimington.


The Rimington Trophy recipient is determined by a consensus of the four All-America teams: The Walter Camp Football Foundation, America Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association of America, and “The Sporting News.?
An associate member of the National College Football Awards Association, the six-year old trophy is presented by Canon USA, MidAmerican Energy Holdings, and Black & Decker. The award is hosted by the Boomer Esiason Foundation. Michigan’s David Baas (2004 co-winner), LSU’s Ben Wilkerson (2004 co-winner), Virginia Tech’s Jake Grove, Miami’s Brett Romberg, Ohio State's LeCharles Bentley, and Nebraska’s Dominic Raiola are past recipients.


Since its inception the Rimington Trophy Award has raised over $450,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation which to date has raised over $40,000,000 for CF Research. Esiason, created his foundation in 1993 to support research and treatment of cystic fibrosis. Esiason and Dave Rimington were teammates on the Cincinnati Bengals from 1984-87. Rimington, the award’s namesake, was a consensus first team All-America center at Nebraska in 1981 and ’82 – years in which he became the John Outland Trophy’s only double winner as the nation’s premiere college interior lineman.


The Sports Group also developed and directs the Heisman Winners Association (HWA), a limited liability company, which focuses marketing attention and opportunities on the Heisman winners as a collective group. TSG also currently works with and has worked with the John Wooden Award, the Senior CLASS Award, and the Driver of the Year Award as well as a variety of other professional and amateur organizations and companies. For more information contact Elon Werner, TSG Director of Communications, 214-631-7747 or 214-244-1184 (mobile).

Fall 2005 Rimington Trophy Watch List

Albert Bimper, Colorado State, Senior, 6’1? 303 lbs.
Tony Bonds, Mississippi, Senior, 6’4? 308 lbs.
Jesse Boone, Utah, Senior, 6’5? 305 lbs.
David Castillo, Florida State, Senior, 6’2? 301 lbs.
JB Closner, Alabama, Senior, 6’4? 290 lbs.
Ryan Cook, New Mexico, Senior, 6’7? 339 lbs.
Stephen Culp, TCU, Senior, 6’4? 307 lbs.
Mike Degory, Florida, Senior, 6’5? 314 lbs.
Mike Elgin, Iowa, Junior, 6’4? 270 lbs.
Greg Eslinger, Minnesota, Senior, 6’3? 280 lbs.
Mark Fenton, Colorado, Junior, 6’4? 290 lbs.
Leroy Harris, NC State, Senior, 6’3? 295 lbs.
Jasper Harvey, San Diego State, Senior, 6’3? 305 lbs.
Jeremy Hines, West Virginia, Junior, 6’2? 285 lbs.
Ryan Kalil, Southern California, Junior, 6’4? 290 lbs.
Kili Lefotu, Arizona, Senior, 6’5? 320 lbs.
Doug Legursky, Marshall, Sophomore, 6’3? 308 lbs.
Todd Londot, Miami (Ohio), Senior, 6’5? 305 lbs.
Grayling Love, Arizona State, Senior, 6’3? 297 lbs.
Nick Mangold, Ohio State, Senior, 6’4? 280 lbs.
Kurt Mann, Nebraska, Junior, 6’4? 280 lbs.
Mike McCloskey, UCLA, Senior, 6’5? 285 lbs.
Chris McNeil, Mississippi State, Senior, 6’3? 294 lbs.
Nick Mihlhauser, Washington State, Senior, 6’3? 283 lbs.
Chris Morris, Michigan State, Senior, 6’4? 291 lbs.
Rudy Niswanger, LSU, Senior, 6’5? 293 lbs.
Marvin Philip, California, Senior, 6’2? 285 lbs.
Donovan Raiola, Wisconsin, Senior, 6’3? 290 lbs.
Lance Reynolds, BYU, Senior, 6’3? 293 lbs.
Kyle Roper, Arkansas, Senior, 6’3? 291 lbs.
Patrick Ross, Boston College, Senior, 6’4? 294 lbs.
Adam Spieker, Missouri, Sophomore, 6’3? 310 lbs.
Jason Spitz, Louisville, Senior, 6’4? 308 lbs.
Marcus Stewart, Louisiana Tech, Senior, 6’3? 305 lbs.
Russ Tanner, Georgia, Senior, 6’4? 290 lbs.
Brian Van Acker, Northern Illinois, Senior, 6’4? 287 lbs.
Brad Vanneman, Washington, Senior, 6’3? 300 lbs.
Chris Yoder, Texas A&M, Sophomore, 6’3? 292 lbs.
Kyle Young, Fresno State, Junior, 6’5? 320 lbs.

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