Abanikanda rushed for 1431 yards (six yards per carry) with 20 touchdowns on 239 touches last season for the Panthers.
Category: College Football
Stony Brook Football Lands Commit from Colgate Transfer Kicker Spencer Biscoe
Briscoe put up impressive stats this past campaign: 45 of his 95 kickoffs went for touchbacks, 36 of 39 point after attempts were good, 19 of 25 field goals were successful, including a season-best 49-yarder, and he had 93 career points with Colgate.
OSL, NY Rens’ Ty-Laur Johnson Commits to Memphis Tigers Hoops
Johnson chooses Tigers basketball over eight other colleges.
Pittsburgh, Ex-Lincoln RB Israel Abanikanda’s Remarkable Performance Versus V-Tech Earns Slew of Honors
Panthers' Izzy gets busy against Virginia Tech.
Ex-Lincoln HS Star Running Back Israel Abanikanda Tears Up 177 Yards, 4 TDs for Pittsburgh in 45-21 Win Over URI
Abanikanda broke off an amazing 245 all-purpose yards.
3 Former Brooklyn PSAL Football Players in College to Eye in 2022
Izzy Abanikanda, Adisa Isacc and Matthew Jones are 3 college players to watch.
PowerPlus Mouthguard Transforms Concussion Prevention
Only nine players out of 5500 failed the concussion protocol as well as handed a diagnosis of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Thus, the concussion rate of athletes wearing an MPRP custom mouthguard was 0.16 percent (9/5,500), according to the study.
Ex-Lafayette HS, Wagner College Football Star Chris Williams Signs Undrafted Free Agent Deal with Colts
Chris Williams wreaked havoc on opposing offensive lines in 2019, recording 62 tackles, including 11.5 for losses while collecting four sacks as well.
Ex-Grand Street Campus, Rutgers Football Player Kamaal Seymour Inks Free Agent Deal with Las Vegas Raiders
The 6-foot-6 324-pounder earned the David Bender Trophy at the senior banquet (12/15) as the team's top offensive lineman. Additionally, Seymour proved he could perform in the classroom as well as on the gridiron, making the Academic All-Big Ten list three times at Rutgers University: 2019-17.
Titans Pick Brooklyn Native Isaiah Wilson with 29th Overall NFL Draft Selection
The 6-foot-7, 350-pound behemoth becomes the second New York City native to have his name called on NFL Draft Day in the first round in the past 34 years — joining Staten Island’s Dominique Easley, who played with Curtis High School and the New England Patriots picked with the 29th-overall selection in the 2014 NFL Draft.
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