The 2015 D2 Football season is over. These last few months have been full of outstanding performances from across the country, and each week we asked you to vote for a HERO of the Week.
Now we ask you vote one more time. We’ve compiled a list of every HERO of the Week from the regular season, and now you get a chance to vote for the HERO you think should be the 2015 D2 Offensive LEGEND!
The poll will close Monday, January 4 at noon. Until then, VOTE and SHARE away!
D2 OFFENSIVE HEROES
WEEK 1 HERO: WR REECE HORN, INDIANAPOLIS
Hauled in 13 receptions for 241 yards and a score in a 27-17 win over Saginaw Valley.
WEEK 2 HERO: QB PARK PARISH, HARDING
Threw for 130 yards and a TD, while adding 112 yards and three scores on the ground in a 42-0 rout of Southern Nazarene.
WEEK 3 and 11 HERO: WR JON SCHNAARS, EAST STROUDSBURG
Week 3: Caught nine passes for 200 yards and two scores in a 56-12 victory over Edinboro.
Week 11: Hauled in 16 receptions for 222 yards and four scores in a 49-37 win against Gannon.
WEEK 4 HERO: WR MATT LEHMAN, CLARION
Finished with nine receptions for 151 yards and four TDs in a 47-31 win over Gannon.
WEEK 5 and 6 HERO: QB MATT SOLTES, EAST STROUDSBURG
Week 5: Completed 40-of-70 passes for 594 yards and nine TDs in a 69-67 5 OT loss to Shippensburg. His 40 completions set a school mark and his nine TDs tied another.
Week 6: Completed 28-of-37 passes for 419 yards and seven TDs, while adding four carries for 16 yards in a 69-7 win over Cheyney. He totaled 435 yards of total offense in just three quarters of action.
WEEK 7 HERO: RB TEVIN DRAKE, GLENVILLE STATE
Ran 44 times for 294 yards and four TDs in a 48-30 win over Alderson Broaddus.
WEEK 8 HERO: RB AUSTIN EKELER, WESTERN STATE
Ran 33 times for 344 yards and five TDs in a 45-28 win against Western New Mexico.
WEEK 9 HERO: WR BJ BUNN, UNC PEMBROKE
Finished with eight catches for 198 yards and three TDs in a 45-21 win over West Virginia State.
WEEK 10 HERO: WR ANTWON DAVIS, LINCOLN (MO)
Caught 11 passes for 215 yards and two scores in a 34-31 loss to William Jewell.