THREE UNH FOOTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION AND COLLEGE HALL OF FAME HONOR SOCIETY
    DURHAM, N.H.—Three members of the University of New Hampshire football team have been inducted into the inaugural class of the National Football Foundation’s National Honor Society.
    Senior defensive back Corey Graham (Buffalo, N.Y.), who was picked in the fifth round of the NFL draft by the Chicago Bears, senior wide receiver Evan Loring (Chocorua, N.H.) and senior defensive back A.J. Snook (Lebanon, Pa.) were among the 348 players from the 195 different schools that made up the class.
    Graham checks in with a 3.2 cumulative GPA as a sociology major, Loring posted a 3.55 in Business Administration Graduate School and Snook has a 3.32 cumulative GPA as an International Business and Economics major.
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