16 Players Selected to National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society

Photo by Greg Cooper
Photo by Greg Cooper

IRVING, Texas – Succeeding in the classroom in addition to on the gridiron, 16 Harvard football players were selected to the National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society. 424 colleges and universities had a player honored, but Harvard was the only Division I school to have 16 or more selections, and one of two schools at any level, joining Division III member Saint John's (MN).

The selected student-athletes had to complete their final year of eligibility in 2018, hold a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2, meet all NCAA-mandated progress towards degree requirements, and be starters or significant contributors throughout the season.

The Harvard seniors honored in 2019 are: Anthony Camargo (LB), Brian Dunlap (WR), Scott Garrison (DL), Peter Graves (LB), Stone Hart (DT), Matt Jones (OL), Zach Miller (SAF), John Pirrman (DL), Richie Ryan (DT), Adam Scott (WR), Justice Shelton-Mosley (WR), Ben Shoults (OL), Jack Stansell (TE/LS), Henry Taylor (WR), Cole Thompson (SAF) and Alex White (DL).