Woodstock football alums among Division III stars
by Tribune staff reports
July 12, 2014 12:48 AM | 2761 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Three former Woodstock High School football players were named preseason NCAA Division III All-Americans.

Justin Toliver was one of seven players at Rhodes College on the USA Football Network Pre-Season All-American list for 2014.

Toliver, a senior at the Memphis, Tenn., school, was named to the defensive second team as a defensive back for the Lynx. He accounted for 21 solo tackles and seven assists in 2013, also adding three interceptions.

In the spring, Toliver was named the Student Athlete Advisory Committee athlete of the year.

Jonathan Wiener was named to the honorable mention list.

Wiener had a breakout season at Rhodes in 2013, with 33 receptions for 581 yards. He averaged 17.6 yards per catch and 58.1 yards per game as a sophomore. Three of his receptions were for touchdowns.

Alex Kops, a junior at Sewanee (Tenn.), was named to the second-team defense as a defensive back.

In 10 games with the Tigers last season, Kops recorded eight solo tackles and assists on three more.
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