It’s certainly transfer season in college football, kind of like a mini NFL free agent signing period. Notre Dame landed the top QB recruit in Gunner Kiel yesterday, and Illinois sophomore Jay Prosch transferred to the Auburn Tigers.
Prosch is ranked among the top fullback prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft class. The move that will allow Prosch to be closer to his family in the...
Jay Prosch's former coach discusses the big fullback's decision to transfer from Illinois to Auburn.
Auburn is expected to add a football transfer from the Big 10 as Illinois announced Jay Prosch was heading to the Plains.
Illinois fullback Jay Prosch is transferring to Auburn to be closer to his ailing mother.
January 18, 2012
Illinois fullback Jay Prosch is transferring to Auburn. Illinois said Wednesday that the Mobile, Ala., native will be closer to his family. The move also follows the hiring of new head coach Tim Beckman, who plans to run a spread offense that wouldn't use a fullback. Prosch, a sophomore, was a starter this fall but served primarily as a blocker.
UPDATED 11:22 a.m. ET: in a press release, Illinois announced that fullback Jay Prosch will be transferring to Auburn. “Jay Prosch has decided to transfer to Auburn and will be there for the current semester,” Illini head coach Tim Beckman said in a statement. “He will have an opportunity to be much closer to his…
It's not official, but Prosch could be leaving to be closer to ailing mother in AlabamaIllinois fullback Jay Prosch plans to transfer to be closer to his ailing mother in Alabama and find a system that a better fit, according to the Press-Register in Mobile, Ala.
Prosch recovering from staph infection, and Ford could miss game with academic issuesCHAMPAIGN — Illinois starting fullback Jay Prosch has been hospitalized for a week after contracting a staph infection and could be released Friday, his sister said.
Illinois may be thin at running back for its New Year's Eve bowl game against UCLA.
Interim head coach Vic Koenning said starting fullback Jay Prosch is hospitalized with a staph infection while starting tailback Jason Ford may be academically ineligible for the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Prosch was hospitalized Dec. 14, Illinois sports information director Kent Brown said, and...
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December 20, 2011
University of Illinois sophomore fullback Jay Prosch was named to the Pro Football Weekly All-America first team and junior defensive end Whitney Mercilus was an honorable mention selection, the publication announced Monday.