App replaces Anthony Cialdella as football coach at MSIT.
The 29-year-old Ryan, a free safety, has registered 79 tackles, 55 solo, one sack, nine pass defenses, and one interception in 14 games so far this season.
The Audubon, N.J., native owns a 61.9 completion rate with 40067 yards, 218 touchdowns, 141 picks, and an 84.1 QB rating for his seven-year career.
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.
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.
The six-foot, 165-pound Hall made 18 tackles for the Vikings' defense despite playing in only six games, good for an average of three stops per game.
Eli Manning made four Pro Bowls and he ranks in the top 10 in league history in both passing touchdowns (366) and passing yards (57,023).
Bears went 16-12 last year, but coach believes they can go even further this season.
John Adams makes Cup Playoffs with win over Cardozo, as a result of a large power points haul.
With one game remaining in the PSAL Cup Conference regular season, Falcons can still make playoffs.