Danger Sign 5 College Standouts

Dwight Dasher, Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders quarterback Dwight Dasher threw for 5,643 yards, 40 touchdowns, and rushed for 2,419 yards in his four years at MTSU. At 5’11" 208 lbs, Dasher was an honorable mention freshman All-American, Sun Belt Conference. His best season came in 2009 when he passed for 2,789 yards and 23 touchdowns while rushing for 1,154 yards. A versatile athlete who can both run and throw, Dasher will be an instant threat for the Danger offense. Sports Illustrated ranked Dasher as the #7 Best Non-BCS conference player behind Kellen Moore, Andy Dalton and Case Keenum. Danger Head Coach Mike Davis comments, "Dasher will bring a dual threat to the Danger offense, a key in having a successful season."

Kayne Farquharson earned an All-Conference honor as a freshman at El Camino and played for the University of Miami in 2007. This 6’3" 200 lb wide receiver was rated number 107 out of 304 WRs coming out into the Draft. Kayne was a top WR for the Hurricanes.

Pierce Hunter, a 6’4" 220 lb wide receiver, played for UTEP (University of Texas at El Paso), where he was one of the top wide receivers. Hunter brings big play ability to the Danger.

Cedric Mack, a 6’5" 325 lb offensive lineman who played for Florida International University, was among of group of 15 from FIU scouted by the NFL. "Cedric is a very athletic lineman who has a very aggressive side to him," says Danger Head Coach Mike Davis.

Calvin Rubles is a 6’3" 207 lbs cornerback from the University of Kansas. Rubles was rated number 65 out of 182 corners noted by NFL Draft Scout. "Calvin has a unique combination of size and speed that will fit well with the Danger secondary," commented Danger Head Coach Mike Davis.

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