Four GVSU alums will begin the NFL season on 53-man active rosters
Joins Five Former Lakers in the NFL
Three Lakers garner first-team honors
GVSU head coach Matt Mitchell and offensive linemen Andrew Biedenbender and Tim Lelito discuss the recent victory over Wayne State and the upcoming Saginaw Valley State game.
Head coach Matt Mitchell talks to the media about the victory over Hillsdale and the upcoming game against Wayne State this Saturday.
GVSU head coach Matt Mitchell, wide receiver Israel Woolfork, and offensive lineman Tim Lelito discuss the recent victory over Northwood and the upcoming Hillsdale game during the weekly media luncheon at Uccello's.
GVSU head coach Matt Mitchell and offensive linemen Tim Lelito and Andrew Biedenbender discuss the recent Northern Michigan game and the upcoming home game against Northwood during the weekly media luncheon at Uccello's.
GVSU head coach Matt Mitchell, wide receiver Charles Johnson, and offensive lineman Tim Lelito discuss the recent victory over Michigan Tech and the upcoming Ferris State game during the weekly media luncheon at Uccello's.
2011: First-Team All-GLIAC selection...Don Hansen's Football Gazette Super Region 3 First-Team...Daktronics Super Region 3 Second-Team...GVSU Offensive Lineman of the Year...Part of an offensive line that led the GLIAC and ranked sixth nationally in sacks allowed (10)...Paved the way for the Lakers to lead the GLIAC in rushing (226.4), total offense (467.5) and scoring (42.3)...GVSU ranked sixth nationally in scoring and 10th in total offense.
2010: Started all 13 games...Earned second varsity letter...Key member of an offensive line that ranked eighth nationally in sacks allowed (.92), 14th in rushing (216.31 ypg), 16th in scoring (36..1 ppg) and 17th in total offense (437.6 ypg).
2009: Earned first varsity letter...Missed first four games of the season recovering from a knee injury sustained in the spring...Started final 11 games of the year...Key part of an offensive line that helped the Lakers rank ninth in rushing (237.3 ypg), 11th in total offense (455.1 ypg), 12th in scoring (36.8 ppg) and third in sacks allowed per game (.57) nationally.
2008: Sustained a broken ankle in preseason practice and missed entire season.
2007: Redshirted...Also participated for the Grand Valley State track & field team...Qualified for the NCAA DII Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the discus.
High School: Prepped at St. Clair High School...Played for William Nesbitt...Detroit Free Press All-State honoree...Earned honorable mention Associated Press All-State honors as a junior and senior...Two-time Macomb Area Conference and All-Metro East selection...Earned four letters in track and one in basketball...Earned all-state honors in track & field.
Personal: Son of Jeff Inwood and Helen Rich.