Manchester University places three on NFF Hampshire Society
The senior trio of defensive lineman Scott Barry (Plymouth, Ind.), defensive back Jacob Meyer (Highland, Ind.) and running back Joe Hunter (Rushville, Ind.) represented Manchester University on the 2014 National Football Foundation's Hampshire Society.
The society, formed in 2007, is comprised of college football players, who are starters or significant contributors to their programs in their final year of eligibility, from all divisions of play who each maintained a cumulative 3.2 or better grade-point average. A total of 838 players from 267 schools qualified for membership in the society's eighth year, setting a new record for the number of members in the history of the program.
Manchester had the second-highest total among the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference on this year's list, trailing only Rose-Hulman's four honorees.