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First-year Miami RedHawks head coach Don Treadwell and his staff picked up talent across a wide variety of areas Tuesday as 17 prep players signed LOIs with MU Tuesday.

Treadwell, who inherited a still relatively young team that will be trying to defend its 2010 Mid-American Conference title this fall, credited former coach Mike Haywood and staff for laying a solid recruiting groundwork.

We certainly tipped our hat to the previous staff, Treadwell said. Before they decided to depart, we felt when we came in and evaluated what currently was on the board, that they did a good job in evaluation of the young men (and) what would fit.

Treadwell estimated about 60 percent of the incoming recruits were products of the previous staffs early efforts. He noted an overwhelming majority of the early verbals felt strongly about attending Miami and elected to stay with the RedHawks after Haywoods hire by the University of Pittsburgh.

When our staff came in, our first mission was to evaluate the existing, committed young
men. After looking at them on tape, we were encouraged that the majority of the men
would be a good fit, Treadwell said.

Secondly, we wanted to get to know them. By in large, we felt that those young men all choose Miami University `for the right reasons. As for the players who hadnt yet committed, we decided that we were going to pursue the best athletes.

Although the signees cover a wide area of position groups, Treadwell noted a common theme is speed something Haywoods staff also valued. There is speed across the board, Treadwell said.

While he indicated at his introduction last month that Ohio and adjacent states would be a primary focus in recruiting, this years transitional group includes just two players from Ohio quarterback Drew Kummer from Cincinnati LaSalle and cornerback Jarrell Jones out of Columbus Northland.

The states of Ohio, Texas, Indiana, Louisiana and Michigan each contributed two players apiece. Kentucky, Illinois,Virginia and Pennsylvania each sent one player to Miami.

Three players hail from South Carolina, where assistant coach Zak Willis has strong ties. Treadwell pointed out the state has a lot of talent but just two D-1 colleges and is within a reasonable driving distance from Oxford.

David Frazier of Irmo and Alvonta Jenkins (Camden), both wide receivers, join a talented crop of returning receivers who will be targets for returning QBs Zac Dysert and Austin Boucher.  Another receiver option is tight end Andrew Gudeman, a 6-4 225-pounder from Greenwood, Indiana (Center Grove).

Among three running backs is a very familiar face to Treadwell his son Spencer. Just as his father a former player and assistant coach at MU - is returning to Oxford, so is Spencer. He was born at McCollough Hyde Hospital while his father worked as an assistant under former Miami head coach Randy Walker.

Hes always felt kind of a special connection to Miami, although he hadnt been here much since the time he left. He feels like this is somewhat home for him, Treadwell said. The timing was great just because he hadnt made a commitment yet to any other schools.

Joining Spencer in Oxford this fall is one of his high school teammates Tyler Tucker. Listed as an athlete is the position column, Tucker could end up in a number of places, but coach Treadwell is excited about finding a good fit for the former East Lansing (MI) player who is a relatively rare combination of 6-2, 210-pound linebacker and quarterback. Some of the things you cant coach, he brings to the table, Treadwell said, adding that Tucker could bring a lot of intensity and skills to either side of the ball.

Three linemen, including 6-4, 293-pound Marcus Matthews out of Manassas, Va., complete recruits on the offensive side of the ball.

Treadwell indicated his staff was very impressed with Miamis defensive unit last year. Among those joining that group is 6-4, 210 pound linebacker Sean Breard from Frisco Texas. In addition to his football skills and a class ranking of fourth (out of 331 students), Breard holds a black belt in karate and has won more than 40 national and international karate titles.

Tre Clifton of South Bend, Indiana and Tim Johnson of New Orleans, Louisiana are also projected at linebacker positions.

Two safeties (Bryson Burris of Humble, Texas) and Chrishawn Dupuy (Slidell, Louisiana) join Jones in the defensive backfield and round out the defensive recruits. 

Ask about an lack of defensive linemen on the LOI list, Treadwell noted several players could end up putting their hand down along the defensive line, but as far as interior guys, were certainly looking at a lot of youth that we have coming back on the team to fill that right now.

As for special teams, Treadwell said many of the incoming players have kick/punt return experience, and the favorable team speed factor will help in several special teams areas. However, as far as kickers are concerned, I think were going to continue to evaluate what we have.

Treadwell said that with the hectic recruiting process now over, he and his staff are looking forward to getting to know the returning players better and moving forward with other work. The spring game is set for Friday, March 21. Tuesdays crop of recruits will join the team for fall practice, when evaluation begins anew this time on the field. We havent told any young man (that) when you come in, you re definitely redshirting or anything like that, because you never know. We want to let competition show itself on the field, Treadwell said.

Miami University 2011 Football Recruits
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown (High School)
Sean Breard LB 6-4 210 Frisco, TX (Little Elm)
Trevan Brown OL 6-4 250 Florence, KY (Boone County)
Brison Burris S 5-10 175 Humble, TX (Humble)
Tre Clifton LB 6-0 205 South Bend, IN (Clay)
Chrishawn Dupuy S 5-8 170 Slidell, LA (Salmen)
David Frazier WR 6-0 170 Columbia, SC (Irmo)
Andrew Gudeman TE 6-4 225 Greenwood, IN (Center Grove)
Alvonta Jenkins WR 6-0 205 Camden, SC (Camden)
Tim Johnson LB 6-2 210 New Orleans, LA (Edna Karr)
Jarrell Jones CB 5-10 170 Columbus, OH (Northland)
Drew Kummer QB 6-3 205 Cincinnati, OH (LaSalle)
Zach Lewis OL 6-4.5 255 Mount Prospect, IL (Prospect)
Marcus Matthews OL 6-4 293 Manassas, VA (Osbourn)
Dawan Scott RB 6-0 175 Columbia, SC (Irmo)
Spencer Treadwell RB 5-11 175 East Lansing, MI (East Lansing)
Tyler Tucker Ath 6-2 210 East Lansing, MI (East Lansing)
Justin Wiley RB 5-11 185 Erie, PA (Cathedral Prep)

SEAN BREARD (pronounced BREE-yard)
6-4, 210
Frisco, Texas (Little Elm H.S.)
Coached by Donald Stowers, Sean was Little Elms defensive MVP and captain, setting a
school record for tackles by a safety (88). His 2010 stats also included 22 TFLs, eight QB
sacks, and two interceptions ... he will likely play outside linebacker at Miami ... fi rst-team
all-district linebacker/safety, second-team all-district punter ... lettered three times in track
and fi eld as a hurdler, long jumper and triple jumper ... he earned academic all-state honors,
ranking fourth of 331 students in his class ... a member of the National Honor Society
and the National Society of High School Scholars ... Sean has won more than 40 national
and international karate titles, attaining black belt status ... hes the fi rst U.S. Karate Association
competitor to win world championships in eight events at one tournament (2004),
still a record ... hes been a volunteer karate instructor and has also been involved with
the Downs Syndrome Guild of Dallas ... an uncle (David) was a wide receiver at Louisiana-
Monroe ... the son of Mark and Dorinda Breard.
Coach Treadwell about Sean Breard: We want linebackers who are physical and who are
good tacklers, and Sean fi ts that profi le. Hell wrap up as a tackler. Sean is that meat and
potatoes guy who will be a great practice player. Hes always competing. Sean is fl exible
enough to grow into becoming a middle linebacker or be athletic enough on the edge to be
an outside backer.

TREVAN BROWN (first name rhymes with seven)
Offensive Lineman
6-4, 250
Florence, Kentucky (Boone County H.S.)
Coached by Rick Thompson, Trevan was a tight end at Boone County High School, but
has been recruited by Miami University to become an offensive lineman ... he was a first-team
Cincinnati Enquirer All-Northern Kentucky selection, All-District 6, All Northern Kentucky
Coaches Association ... chosen as NKACs Offensive Go to Guy ... one of Top 26 in
Northern Kentucky ... tight end MVP at National Underclassmen Combine ... fi nished ninth
among offensive linemen at National Underclassmen Top 100 Camp ... selected to play in
Best of the Bluegrass All-Star Game ...averaged 22.5 yards per catch and had a blocking
grade above 95 percent for the Rebels ... in basketball, hes ranked among Kentuckys
top players with averages of 20 points and 10 rebounds per game ... served as captain for
both the football and basketball squads ... an honor roll student all four years, hes won
Boone County Highs Academic Excellence Award ... dad (Patrick) played football at Lindenwood
University and mom (Cassie) played basketball at Shasta College ... Trevan is related
to football Hall of Famer Jack Tatum.
Coach Treadwell on Trevan Brown: Trevan played his high school ball not too far from
Oxford. Hes got good size and is very athletic. At 6-4, 250 pounds, he moves very well.
We know that well be able to put weight on him. Trevans mobility is what stood out about

BRISON BURRIS (first name pronounced BRY-son)
5-10, 175
Humble, Texas (Humble H.S.)
Coached by Walt Beasley at Humble High School ... played several positions for Wildcats,
including defensive back, wide receiver, and punt and kickoff returner ... team compiled
an 11-2 record in 2010 and was District 18s 4A champion ... Burris was a fi rst-team alldistrict
defensive back ... two-time captain and three-time letter winner in football ... also
an outstanding sprinter for Humbles track team, having been clocked at :10.7 in 100 meters
... a fi rst-team all-academic selection three years in a row ... in community service, he
participated in the Shoes for Kids program ... enjoys drawing in his free time ... will major
in engineering at Miami University ... the son of Kathy Burris.
Coach Treadwell about Brison Burris: Brison really stood out to me on tape because he
has great range against the run or the pass. He is a physical tackler who wraps up and
drives through his man. Brison is the kind of a safety that you like fi lling the alley because
he will come up with everything he has.

TRE CLIFTON (first name pronounced TRAY)
6-0, 205
South Bend, Indiana (Clay H.S.)
His football coach at Clay High School was Joe Szjako ... twice captained the Conlonials
football squad, excelling as a linebacker ... he earned all-state honorable mention in 2010
and was an all-conference selection each of the last two years ... his 2010 team was 8-4
and played in the sectional championship game ... in seven games as a sideline-to-sideline
standout, Tre totaled 72 tackles, 12 TFLs, fi ve QB sacks, two forced fumbled and two
blocked punts ... he sat out the last four games of 2010 with a shoulder injury ... coach
called Tre the heart of our defense ... was a member of Clay Highs honor roll the last
three years ... he serves on his schools Athletic-Academic Student council and is a freshman
mentor ... his dad and brother (Austin Gammage) played football at Valparaiso University
... he plans to major in psychology at Miami University ... he celebrates his 18th
birthday on Feb. 3 ... the son of Andre Gammage and LeAnne Clifton.
Treadwell on Tre Clifton: Tre is a meat and potatoes guy who just loves the game of football.
He plays with energy and pursues the football with an attitude. He demonstrates that
as a linebacker. Tre seems to be a real student of the game.

CHRISHAWN DUPUY (pronounced krih-SHAWN doo-PWEE)
5-8, 170
Slidell, Louisiana (Salmen H.S.)
Coached by Jerry Leonard, the 2010 Spartans were ranked No. 1 in Louisiana for eight
weeks, earning a 9-2 record and a berth in the state regionals ... Salmen Highs 2008 and
09 squads were both state semifi nalists and both compiled 10-3 records ... Dupuy was an
all-metro New Orleans pick and honorable mention all-state ... a three-time fi rst-team alldistrict
... he won the Wendys High School Heisman Award, was Special Teams Player of
the Year, and the Class 4A Regional Powerlifter Champion ... chosen as his teams most relentless
player ... as a senior he posted 67 tackles and had a school-record 102-yard kickoff
return ... all fi ve of his career interceptions resulted in touchdowns ... a four-time track
letter winner, he has times of :11.25 in 100 meters and 21.19 in 200 meters ... brother
(Chris, Jr.) played football at Alabama State ... was an honor roll member all four years of
high school ... plans to major in business at Miami University ... the son of Chris and Cassandra
Coach Treadwell about Chrishawn Dupuy: We think that Chrishawn could play either safety
or corner. Hes a tremendous student of the game. On tape, youd often see him lining
his team up. When you talk to him, hes a very confi dent individual.

Wide Receiver
6-0, 170
Columbia, South Carolina (Irmo H.S.)
Coached by Bob Hanna, David is a teammate of fellow RedHawk recruit Dawan Scott ... as
a sure-handed senior, Frazier had 45 receptions for 911 yards (20.2 ypr) and nine touchdowns
... also returned punts and kickoffs ... Frazier has six catches for 107 yards in the
South Carolina Shrine Game ... currently is the leading scorer on Irmos 15-2 basketball
Coach Treadwell on David Frazier: Hes a teammate of Dawan Scott. Both of them played
in the South Carolina Shrine Game, and its an established fact that you have to be a great
player to get invited to play in that game. David is an explosive type of receiver with the
shiftiness that you like to see against a defensive back in an open field. He has a knack for
making people miss. David is an excellent return guy as well.

ANDREW GUDEMAN (pronounced GOO-da-mun)
Tight End
6-4, 225
Greenwood, Indiana (Center Grove)
Coached by Eric Moore, the big tight end earned all-conference, all-south and all-county
honors as a senior ... career-wise, he had 33 receptions for 515 yards and scored fi ve
touchdowns ... he was a key blocker in the Trojans Wing-T attack ... Center Grove was
Indianas 5A state champion in 2008, rallying from three TDs down in the last six minutes
(14-1 record) ... regional champs in 2009 (11-4) ... also lettered in basketball ... he has a
4.1 grade-point average in high school and ranks ninth in his class ... an academic all-state
selection and a four-time academic all-conference honoree ... he had a perfect score in
his ACT math section ... has worked with his churchs soup kitchen ... the son of Scott and
Nancy Gudeman.
Coach Treadwell about Andrew Gudeman: Andrew comes from a very good high school
program. Because of his height and his frame, we think that hell put on some weight and
become a physical, point-of-attack type of player. Hes got excellent hands and will be a
good target going down the fi eld.

ALVONTA JENKINS (pronounced al-VONN-tay)
Wide Receiver
6-0, 205
Camden, South Carolina (Camden H.S.)
Coached by Jimmy Neal at Camden High School ... an all-state selection, he was South
Carolinas Region 6 3A Offensive Player of the Year ... two-time all-region and all-county
performer ... played in the South Carolina Shrine Bowl ... for the 9-2 Bulldogs, Jenkins
had 47 catches for 850 yards, scoring 70 points ... also served as the teams punter, averaging
38.1 ypp, including a 70-yarder ... a four-time letter winner and the team captain
in football ... also is an outstanding centerfi elder for Camdens baseball team, serving as
captain twice ... baseball team played for state title in 2009 ... Camden High School has
produced such NFL stars as Bobby Engram, Vonnie Holliday and Charles Bennett ... several
of Alvontas relatives have gone on to play collegiate sports ... the son of Alfred and Cheryl
Coach Treadwell about Alvonta Jenkins: Alvonta is a bigger receiver who provides that big
target that you need over the middle. He shows a great ability to go up and catch the ball
in a crowd. Because of his size, defenders really have to wrap him up to bring him down.
He also is a pro baseball prospect who bats fourth in the lineup and plays centerfi eld. His
love is football, but hell also be looked at in baseball.

6-2, 210
New Orleans, Louisiana (Edna Karr H.S.)
A key member of Coach Jabbar Julukes Class 4A state fi nalists, Johnson totaled 14 sacks
and 24 tackles for losses among his 67 total tackles from his defensive end position ... will
likely play outside linebacker at Miami ... possesses 4.6 speed in the 40 and bench presses
300 pounds, squats 415 and power cleans 265 ... a fi rst-team defensive selection on the
Louisiana Sports Writers Association Class 4A all-state squad ... selected to play in the
2010 Darren Sharper Lake Pontchartrain All-Star Football Classic ... son of Tim Johnson.
Coach Treadwell about Tim Johnson: Edna Karr High School produces a lot of college
players because of the competition that exists in that program. Tim was a stand-up backer
in certain schemes and he could put his hand down in other situations, so he brings a lot of
versatility to our program. He runs very well.

JARRELL JONES (first name pronounced jah-RELL)
5-10, 170
Columbus, Ohio (Northland H.S.)
Coached by Kevin Tooson, the Northland Vikings star was a two-way standout ... as a running
back, he rushed 114 times for 1,004 yards (8.8 ypa) and scored 11 touchdowns ... as
a cornerback he registered 35 tackles ... the team had an 8-3 overall record, including a
6-1 mark in league action ... son of Verlinda Johnson.
Coach Treadwell about Jarrell Jones: Hes athletic and light on his feet. Jarrell can run
stride-for-stride with receivers. He displays all of the skills that you look for in a corner.
Jarrell seems to be a very dedicated individual who is always looking to improve himself.

DREW KUMMER (pronounced KOO-mer)
6-3, 205
Cincinnati, Ohio (La Salle H.S.)
Coached by Tom Grippa for Cincinnati La Salle High Schools two-time Great Catholic
League South champions ... Kummer was the Greater Catholic Leagues South Player of
the Year, earning all-league, all-city and all-district honors ... La Salles record holder for
career passing yardage (4,891) and career passing touchdowns (43) ... career-wise, he
rushed for 505 yards with nine TDs ... as a senior in 2010, Kummer completed 54 percent
of his passes for 2,288 yards and 26 TD, and rushed for 356 yards and fi ve TDs ... Drew
also played basketball and baseball for the Lancers ... he is an honor roll student at La
Salle ... his mother and his brother both attended Miami University ... plans to major in
business at Miami ... the son of Joe and Lori Kummer.
Coach Treadwell about Drew Kummer: Drew is a tall, athletic quarterback. Outside of
throwing the ball, he moves very well for a tall player. The program he comes from (La
Salle) speaks for itself. Coach Grippa does a great job. So to have a talented player who
comes from a winning program is what youre looking for at that position. Hes a competitor.

Offensive Lineman
6-6, 270
Mt. Prospect, Illinois (Prospect)
Coached by Brent Pearlman at Prospect High School, the same school that sent offensive
tackle starter Matt Kennedy to Miami University ... the 2010 Knights football team (9-2
overall, 5-0 league) ranked No. 1 in the Mid-Suburban League, No. 10 in Illinois Division
7A and No. 22 overall in the state ... Zach was an All-MSL offensive lineman and a secondteam
pick on the all-area squad ... his Knights averaged 38 points per game and were No.
1 in rushing statistics ... lettered four times in football, three times in track and fi eld as a
weight specialist, and once in baseball ... was an exchange student in Italy during spring
of 2010 ... his team raised funds for Chicagos Shriners Childrens Hospital ... a member
of Prospect Highs honor roll, he plans to major in business at Miami ... son of Darwin and
Mary Beth Lewis.
Coach Treadwell on Zach Lewis: Zach has very, very good movement. He could play a
number of different positions on the offensive line. He has some physical attributes that
make him an excellent prospect.

Offensive Lineman
6-4, 290
Manassas, Virginia (Osbourne H.S.)
Coached by Steve Schultze, Matthews earned fi rst-team all-state honors as an offensive
lineman in 2010 and was a fi rst-team all-district two-way lineman (OL and DL) ... Matthews
was the lineman the Eagle running backs ran behind, accumulating 3,500 rushing
yards and 1,506 passing yards in 13 games ... the team also averaged 41 points per game
en route to reaching the state semifi nal game (12-1 record) ... defensively, he had 58
tackles, 12 TFLs, six QB sacks, caused two fumbles and blocked a kick ... during his three
letter-winning years at Osbourne, the Eagles won 30 games and lost 10, including a berth
in the state fi nals Matthews junior year ... he earned three letters as a heavyweight wrestler
... earned a 3.0 high school grade-point average ... brother (Blake) earned a scholarship
at Norfolk State ... grandfather (Barry) played football at West Virginia ... frequently
participated in community service with his team ... joins fellow Virginians Austin Brown,
Demetrius Quarles and Naeem Outler at Miami ... plans to major in exercise science at
Miami University ... the son of Scott and Stephanie Matthews.
Coach Treadwell about Marcus Matthews: As you watch Marcus on tape, there were a lot
of things we liked about him. No ones getting near the quarterback with Marcus out there.
Despite being a big guy, he can really move, and thats a bonus.

DAWAN SCOTT (pronounced DAY-wan)
Running Back
6-0, 175
Columbia, South Carolina (Irmo H.S.)
Coached by Bob Hanna, Dawan is the teammate of fellow RedHawk recruit David Frazier
... in one game last season, Scott rushed 30 times for 295 yards and three touchdowns
... 2010 season statistics showed him with 2,218 yards (8.9 ypa) with 31 touchdowns ...
named Offensive MVP in last Decembers North-South All-Star Football game.
Coach Treadwell about Dawan Scott: The big word on Dawan is that hes explosive. He
can do a lot of things very well. When you watch his tape, you like a lot of things about his
style. He has vision, he has moves, he has acceleration, and he has great feet in the hole.
Plus, Dawan has good hands.

Running Back
5-11, 195
East Lansing, Michigan (East Lansing H.S.)
Coached by Bill Feraco ... injured for three games in 2010, he had 837 yards rushing
and averaged 4.7 ypa ... in 2009, he rushed for 966 yards and scored 13 touchdowns ...
earned all-conference honors in 2009 and 10 ... also played basketball and ran track at
East Lansing High ... was a Special Olympics volunteer for two years ... brother (Blake)
plays football at Michigan State ... his father (Don) played football at Miami University and
begins his first season as head coach of the RedHawks ... born in Oxford, Spencer is the
son of Don and Lola Treadwell.
Coach Treadwell about Spencer Treadwell: Spencer is a north-south runner. Hes got
great vision and good, quick feet. Off the cut, he will go vertical and lower his pads. Hes
a strong, physical back, and that fits well with the history of Miamis running backs of the
past. And, of course, when I was an assistant here with Randy Walker, Spencer was born
here in Oxford at McCullough-Hyde Hospital.

6-2, 210
East Lansing, Michigan (East Lansing H.S.)
Coach at East Lansing High School was Bill Feraco ... recruited by Miami University as an
athlete. he was an all-conference quarterback who threw for 3,019 yards and 21 touchdowns
his last two seasons with the Trojans ... defensively, the Lansing State Journal chose
Tucker as its Dream Team linebacker (60 tackles and 11 quarterback sacks) ... a twotime
captain in football, he also served as captain of East Lansing Highs basketball team
... earned academic all-conference honors in both football and basketball ... father (Sam)
played football at Albion (Mich.) College ... sister (Sami) plays basketball at Wisconsin-Milwaukee
... cousin (Kori) plays soccer at Michigan State ... aunt (Sue) played basketball at
Michigan State and was Michigans Miss Basketball as prep ... grandfathers (Wally Piper
and Bill Tucker) are respective members of the Iowa Coaches Hall of Fame and the Michigan
High School Hall of Fame ... assisted with Lansing areas Special Olympics ... intends
to major in business at Miami ... the son of Sam and Jan Tucker.
Coach Treadwell about Tyler Tucker: The unique thing about Tyler in high school was that
he was both a quarterback and a linebacker. Defensively, he will come up and strike you.
That excites our defensive coaches. Well look at Tyler on both sides of the ball. His defensive
attitude and his ability to run makes him an excellent candidate on defense.

Running Back
5-11, 185
Erie, Pennsylvania (Cathedral Prep)
Coached by Mike Mischler at Eries Cathedral Prep ... Wiley suffered a season-ending knee
injury in his second game as a senior ... a second-team all-state running back his junior
year, he was a fi rst-team all-district and all-region selection ... he averaged more than nine
yards per carry as a junior, gaining 1,374 yards and scoring 26 rushing touchdowns ... in
a 2009 victory over Buffalos (N.Y.) St. Johns Institute, he rushed for 277 yards on seven
carries, including a 93-yard run ... he rushed for more than 100 yards six times ... as a
receiver, he averaged 22.5 yards for each of his 18 catches, scoring eight TDs ... averaged
12.7 yards on 14 punt returns ... also collected 32 tackles as a defensive back ... team
posted an 11-3 record in Wileys junior year ... his teammate, quarterback Shyquawn Pullium,
will sign with Penn State ... the son of Shelby Wiley and Amy Cahill.
Coach Treadwell about Justin Wiley: Much like what a La Salle High School is in Cincinnati,
Cathedral Prep is a high profi le school that produces a lot of Division I players. Justin Wiley
is an explosive runner. Once he gets out past the line of scrimmage, he seems to have
another gear and an ability to out-run the competition. He also shows an ability to catch
the ball.

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