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    • CFL Signs Dream Bowl Player
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      DASHAWN JOHNSON CFL PRESS RELEASE FORMER DREAM BOWL II STAR, DASHAWN JOHNSON, SIGNS CFL CONTRACT Milltown, NJ – Neil Malvone, President of Cutting Edge Sports Management, hosts of the Dream Bowl, is proud to announce that Dream Bowl II-alum, Dashawn Johnson, has signed a professional contract with the CFL’s Ottawa Redblacks. Dashawn Johnson, an offensive lineman, who played his college football at D-III school, William Paterson University, is the latest signee for the Ottawa franchise. Dash
    • Maurice Lewis, RB, Winston-Salem State-D2 – 2015
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      Maurice Lewis, RB, Winston-Salem State-D2 – 2015 All-Star Games: Last-day addition to the Dream Bowl. Positives: Adequate height for the position. Above-average cutback vision, lateral quickness, speed, and quickness. Elusive in the open field, and has good open-field vision. Patient and sets up blockers. Adequate power, though he needs to keep his feet moving. Keeps his balance fairly well after contact. Solid run blocker when he can just plow ahead. Negatives: Below-average bulk for the pos
    • John Robertson: From VUL to the NFL
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       http://totalsportslive.com/college/john-robertson-vul-nfl.html When you hear the term “jack of all trades,” you think of somebody that can do it all. That term describes Virginia University of Lynchburg WR/DB and 2015 NFL Draft prospect John Robertson. Robertson, the 6-foot-1, 200 lb playmaker from Fort Washington, Maryland was given a great opportunity at VUL as he took it and never looked back. “Just a guy that strives on opportunity, taking advantage of opportunities, and VUL gave me
    • Poughkeepsie's Tyre Coleman named nation's top defender
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       http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/story/sports/high-school/2014/12/20/poughkeepsies-coleman-named-nations-top-defender/20704013/ Former Poughkeepsie High School football standout Tyre Coleman will play among America's top small-school prospects in the aptly named Dream Bowl. Before he leaves for that Jan. 19 all-star game in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Coleman received word Saturday he'd been named both the Division 3 National Defensive Player of the Year and an All-American following his senio

    About The Dream Bowl

    Dreambowl II Ryan Montague

    The Dream Bowl is a College Football All-Star Showcase of the best FCS, D-II and D-III players from across the country. The game and the series of events held over Martin Luther King Weekend are a celebration of the excellence, commitment, and sacrifice made by the players and their families.

    The Dream Bowl treats seniors to a real bowl game experience. The Dream Bowl provides first-class accommodations, meals, and facilities for the players, along with a full weekend of football and social related activities for their friends and families, which will create a lifetime of memories for their collegiate send-off game.

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