Players Still Available - Butte

Butte typically is one of the more heavily looked at JUCO programs in the state of California if not the country, however, this year, after they went 6-5, there hasn't been the typical traffic through to see what players are available. Here's a look at which mid-year and spring players are still looking for places to play in 2016...

TE Demontra McNealy - Because he was hurt for part of the seaosn, McNealy didn't put up big numbers, but he still managed to finish with 14 receptions for 169 yards and two touchdowns. 

Demontra McNealy 2015 Highlights

LB Mason Montgomery - Was named to the All-Nor Cal team this past season after posting 112 tackles, two sacks, seven tackles-for-loss, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and an interception.

Mason Montgomery 2015 Highlights

P Braaten Sill - Sill was one of the top punters in the entire state, averaging 39.8 yards on 59 punts with a long of 67 while dropping 18 inside the 20, forcing six fair catches and just two touchbacks.

Braaten Sill 2015 Highlights

FB Sam Miller - Could easily play at a bigger school, but will need to find the right situation since most teams have gone away from using the fullback. 

Sam Miller 2015 Highlights

S De'Aundray Gooden - Prototypical "in the box" safety who plays physically. Finished the season with 67 tackles, five tackles-for-loss, two forced fumbles and two interceptions.

De'Aundray Gooden 2015 Highlights

DT Anthony Boykin - Boykin finished his sophomore season with 24 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 2.5 tackles-for-loss, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery while playing both the nose tackle and three-technique spots for Butte.

Anthony Boykin 2015 Highlights

CB Saint Evans - The corner totaled 30 tackles, two interceptions and a team-leading six pass breakups.

Saint Evans 2015 Highlights

DE James Bagley - Bagley had a solid sophomore season totaling 33 tackles, two sacks, six tackles-for-loss and a fumble recovery from his defensive end spot.

James Bagley 2015 Highlights

QB Tommy Hays - Hayes is only a redshirt freshman, so he could return for a third year but with his dual-threat capabilities, he should be a target for four-year coaching staffs. This fall, Hayes completed 55.5% of his passes for 1,372 yards, 18 touchdowns and 12 interceptions while also running for close to 800 yards and two touchdowns.

Tommy Hays 2015 Highlights

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