2016-17 Football
1 Wes Jordan WR
2 Nick Jones QB
3 Rashaad Smith DB
4 Will Elm OLB
5 Braxton Ivery WR
6 Jackson Swindler WR
7 Raleigh Yeldell QB
8 Joe Blue ILB
9 Holden Beemiller WR
10 Sumner Cooler QB
11 Tovaris Cureton WR
12 Mac McCurry ILB
13 Markell Castle WR
14 Manny McCord WR
15 J.T. Waters WR
16 Baptiste Staggers TE
17 Jawanza Adams DB
18 Tony Gaston DB
19 Cole Watson WR
20 Trey Gregg HB
21 Tevin Williams OLB
22 Romelo Doctor RB
23 LaQuan White DB
24 Rameak Smith OLB
25 Caleb Belton DB
26 Alonzo McGill OLB
27 Anfernee Moffett ILB
28 Kareem Auguste DB
29 Avery Shippy DB
30 Rondreas Truesdale RB
31 Marcus Brown FS
32 Jimmy Holmes DL
33 Kardeem Hines DB
34 Austin Barnes TE
35 Knox Butcher FB
36 Steven Archie RB
37 Rashard Alston FB
38 Hasani Brown DB
39 Boo Williams OLB
40 Trey Woods OLB
41 Baylen English DB
42 Jaquille Oden DL
43 Desmond Beasley-Jones OLB
44 Stan Davis DL
45 Chase Austin ILB
46 Hampton Smith OLB
47 Troy Cunningham OLB
48 Terrell Johnson DB
49 Deonte Rice DB
50 Will Holbrook ILB
51 Keiron Murphy OL
52 Dakota Mozingo OL
53 Chris Watkins ILB
54 Peyton Hite OLB
55 Darryl Foster ILB
56 Christian Tejada OL
57 Austin Anderson OL
58 Marcus Chestnut ILB
59 Malcolm Ford DB
60 Troy Cann K
61 Trevin Mingo-Watts OL
62 Daryus Gillespie DL
63 Perry Able LS
64 Cody Wadford OL
65 Andrew Sprouse DL
66 Josh Spigner DL
67 Tevin Thomas OL
68 Dylan Beauchamp OL
69 Shea Rodgers K
70 Tyler Anderson OL
71 Chris Morales OL
72 Austin Turner OL
73 Dylan Richey OL
75 Kinard Lisbon DL
76 Bobby McNeil OL
77 Sam Hall OL
78 Tyler Stasky OL
79 Travis Morgan LS
80 Keinan Lewis WR
81 Darius Clark WR
82 Raquan Brown RB
83 Dv'nn Cooks WR
84 Vidal McKnight WR
85 Elijah Jackson RB
86 Najee Bowens RB
87 Dalton Brown WR
88 Dylan Quinn FB
89 Wyatt Craig TE
90 Ty'Ran Dixon DL
91 Isaac Ferguson DL
92 Tanner Adair DL
93 Josh Parker DE
94 Terrance Salley DL
95 Antwan Martin DL
96 Terrell Owens DL
97 Tiquan Lyles DL
98 Tyler Lindsay DL
99 Jamarcus Henderson DL
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Na'Shan Goddard

Na'Shan Goddard

POSITION OL
ALMA MATER South Carolina, '05

Na'Shan Goddard joined the Newberry College coaching staff as the offensive line coach in the spring of 2016.


Goddard's first season in Newberry was marked by the Wolves' third SAC championship in program history and a berth in the NCAA Division II Football Championship. Goddard's unit was instrumental to the team establishing new school records for scoring (436 points), passing yards (3,536), completions (287), passing touchdowns (30), completion percentage (67.8), total offense (5,462 yards), all-purpose yards (6,496), and total touchdowns (61).


Bobby McNeil was an Honorable Mention All-American and was a second team all-region selection alongside Tyler Stasky. The duo also earned first team all-SAC recognition, while Dakota Mozingo earned second team recognition from the league's coaches. 


The offensive line combined to allow just 20 sacks on 423 pass attempts in 2016 and paved the way for quarterback Raleigh Yeldell to set Newberry's single-season total offense record with 3,418 yards, the eighth-highest total in SAC history.


Goddard excelled at South Carolina under head coaches Lou Holtz and Steve Spurrier from 2001-05, earning SEC All-Freshman and Freshman All-America honors in 2002. He was also named preseason all-SEC in 2005. He played center, guard and tackle during his years with the Gamecocks. Current Newberry tight ends coach C.J. Frye coached Goddard as a South Carolina graduate assistant in 2004 and 2005. The pair also played together for the Gamecocks in 2001 and 2002.


When his collegiate career ended, Goddard signed as an undrafted free agent with the New York Giants. He was there for three years, then had a brief stint with the New York Jets before being traded back to the Giants. He later played with Seattle and closed out his NFL career with the New Orleans Saints. He earned Super Bowl rings with the Giants in 2008 and the Saints in 2010.


Goddard also played professionally with the Calgary Stampeders in the Canadian Football League and the Florida Tuskers and Virginia Destroyers of the United Football League. 


Goddard retired from pro football following the 2014 CFL season and lives in Columbia with his wife, Stacy, and two sons, Sean and Naiden.