Before They Were Pirates

Success stories of players before they were Pirates

Pirates Players From Power 5 Conferences and Big East Conference

  • ACC: 13
  • Big-10: 2
  • Big-12: 8
  • Pac-12: 6
  • SEC: 15
  • Big East: 4

Number Of Pirates Who Were Named To Division 1-FBS All Conference Teams

  • ACC: 6
  • Big-12: 1
  • Pac-12: 3
  • SEC: 4
  • Big East: 3
  • Mountain West: 2
  • Conference USA: 2

Number Of Pirates Who Were Named Division 1-FBS All-Americans

  • Marshawn Gilyard – 2008, 2009 University of Cincinnati Bearcats
  • Sam Montgomery – 2011 Louisiana State University Tigers
  • Dexter McCluster – 2009 University of Mississippi Rebels
  • Tre’ Jackson – 2014 Florida State University
  •  Khaseem Greene – 2012 Rutgers University

Pirates Players Who Appeared In A Division 1-FBS National Championship

  • Darron Thomas: 2010-2011 University of Oregon 
  • Demetruce McNeal: 2010-2011 Auburn University Tigers
  • Tre’ Jackson: 2013 Florida State University
  •  Darren Carrington: 2014 University of Oregon
  •  Xzavier Dickson: 2012 & 2013 University of Alabama

Pirates Players Who Won A Division 1-FBS National Championship

  • Demetruce Mcneal: 2010-2011 Auburn University Tigers
  • Tre’ Jackson: 2013 Florida State University Seminoles
  •  Xzavier Dickson: 2012 & 2013 University of Alabama
  •   Wilson Bell: 2013 Florida State

Pirates Players Invited to Senior Bowl, East-West Shrine Game, and NFLPA Collegiate Bowl

  • Marshawn Gilyard- 2010 Senior Bowl (Offensive MVP)
  • Shawn Loiseau- 2012 East-West Shrine Game
  • Khalid Wooten- 2013 East-West Shrine Game
  • Chucky Williams- 2018 East-West Shrine Game
  • Joshua Augusta – 2017 East-West Shrine Game
  • Brandon Hodges – 2018 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
  • Dexter McCluster – 2010 Senior Bowl
  • Rannell Hall – 2014 Senior Bowl
  •  Khaseem Greene – 2012 Senior Bowl

CFL Grey Cup Champions

  • Brandon Washington: 2017 Toronto Argonauts

Signed NFL Contracts and Mini-Camp Invites

  • Nick Haag – Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants
  • Shawn Loiseau – Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts
  • Marshawn Gilyard – St. Louis Rams, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Demetruce Mcneal – Green Bay Packers
  • Thomas Claiborne – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Kaelin Burnett – Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans
  • Cornelius Lewis – Indianapolis Colts
  • Tavarus Dantzler- Green Bay Packers
  • Khalid Wooten – Tennessee Titans
  • J.D. Griggs – Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Lamont Bryant – Carolina Panthers, Tennessee Titans
  • London Crawford – Houston Texans
  • Cheatham Norrils – Pittsburgh Steelers, New Orleans Saints
  • Quayvon Hicks – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Chucky Williams – Los Angeles Rams
  • Al Louis-Jean – Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins, Miami Dolphins
  • Du’vonta Lampkin – Tennessee Titans
  • Charles Walker- Philadelphia Eagles
  • Dajaun Drennon – New York Giants
  • Troy Sanders – Atlanta Falcons
  • Darron Thomas – Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns
  • Dashawn Johnson – Green Bay Packers
  • Lubern Figaro – Cleveland Browns
  • Brandon Washington – Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams
  • Sam Montgomery – Houston Texans, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Orlandus Harris – Chicago Bears
  • Shamar Graves – Chicago Bears, Washington Redskins
  • Marquis Drayton – Oakland Raiders
  • Ja-mes Logan – New England Patriots
  • Terrance McCrae – Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Lamar Edmonds – New York Giants
  • Willie Mays – L.A. Rams
  • Mitchell Bell – Oakland Raiders, Carolina Panthers 
  • B.J. McBryde – Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers
  • Thomas Owens – Seattle Seahawks
  • Jason Matovu – Seattle Seahawks, Houston Texans
  • Joshua Augusta – New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Alejandro Bennifield – New Orleans Saints
  • Lourde-Quincy Vasser – Washington Redskins
  • Brandon Hodges – Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Lashard Durr – Indianapolis Colts
  • Ishmael Zamora – Oakland Raiders 
  • Jakobi Smith – Cincinnati Bengals, Seattle Seahawks 
  • Toby Johnson – Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars, Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings, Carolina Panthers, Detroit Lions
  • Dexter McCluster – Kansas City Chiefs, Tennessee Titans, San Diego Chargers
  • Tre’ Jackson – New England Patriots, Los Angeles Rams 
  • Dequinton Osborne – Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos
  • Rannell Hall – Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cleveland Browns, Atlanta Falcons
  •  Kendall Calhoun – Houston Texans, Atlanta Falcons, Washington Redskins
  •  Lamar Jordan – Atlanta Falcons
  •  Khaseem Greene – Chicago Bears, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Detroit Lions, Kansas City Chiefs
  •  Darren Carrington – Dallas Cowboys
  •  Xzavier Dickson – New England Patriots, Atlanta Falcons
  • John Diarse – Denver Broncos
  • Adrian Middleton – Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions
  • Wilson Bell – Buffalo Bills

NFL Draft Picks

  • Marshawn Gilyard – 2010 4th Round – 99th Overall
  • Brandon Washington – 2012 6th Round – 200th Overall
  • Khalid Wooten – 2013 6th Round – 202nd Overall
  • Sam Montgomery – 2013 3rd Round – 95th Overall
  • Dexter McCluster – 2010  2nd Round – 36th Overall
  • Tre’ Jackson – 2015 4th Round – 111th Overall
  •  Khaseem Greene – 2013 Chicago Bears 4th Round – 117th Overall
  •  Xzavier Dickson – 2015 New England Patriots 7th Round – 253rd Overall

Super Bowl Champions

  • Tre’ Jackson – 2017 New England Patriots

Total Regular Season Games in the NFL (Combined)

  • 185

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