2013 Football
1 Mike Grayson WR
2 Josh Malone WR
3 Evan Olson ILB
4 Avery Walker RB
4a Sam Stevens RB
5 Matt Phipps OLB
6 Tanner Dufault DB
7 Adam Ragsdale QB
8 Dexter Taylor Jr. WR
9 Colton Blascyk ILB
9a Trevor Wettlaufer LB
10 Sam King QB
11 Alex Hass QB
11a Spencer Urban QB
12 Ryan Shields QB
12a Cristian Garcia DB
13 Derrick Dunn RB
14 Nathan Koziol WR
15 Troy Beckett DB
16 Dylan Valentine DB
17 Kameel Al-Khouri DB
18 Scott Christensen DB
19 David Burrell Jr. DB
20 Josh Genske TE
21 AJ Washington WR
22 Ralph Biah DB
23 Chais Wakefield DB/K/P
24 Larry Miller DB
25 Mac Mueller DB
26 Zach Rynning DB
28 Zach DeClusin WR
29 Rufus Saylee DB
30 Brent Kondziolka FB
31 Tony Peterson RB
32 Max Fuller OLB
33 Andrew Street OLB
34 Greg Button ILB
35 SaVaughn Alexander RB
36 Evan Tompkins DB
37 Zach Pulkinen P/K
38 Bryan Tomaszewski DB
39 Tyler Usterbowski WR
40 Jared Roelofs TE
41 Damon Benham DB
42 Josh Tismer DB
43 Max Dibble FB
44 Ross Pflum ILB
45 Brady Schmidt RB
46 Connor Quinn OLB
47 Buckley Wright OLB
48 Gary Young DL
49 Mickeel Stewart RB
50 Justin Gedaly ILB
52 Jayvon O'Quinn DB
53 Anthonee Monson OLB
54 Brad Kusper DL
56 Jamison Evans OLB
57 Ethan Favor-Jackson DL
59 Skyler Schroeder OL
62 Alex Johnson OL
63 Jake Krause OL
64 Jordan Oien OL
65 William Slade OL
66 Benjamin Johnson OL
67 Tyler Abrahamson OL
69 Kevin Longtin DL
70 Alexander Lutton OL
71 Chris Ostby DL
72 Adam Shavlick OL
73 Dustin Dowd OL
74 Nick Chiono OL
75 Brandon Schindler OL
77 Matthew Valentine OL
78 Jesse Hein OL
79 Colton Tretsven OL
80 Justin Bishop WR
81 Juwaan Richard WR
82 Vince Dinkel WR
83 Alex Ziegler WR
84 Jordan Noskowiak TE
85 Matthew Summers WR
86 Eric Wunrow TE
87 Nick Moore TE
88 Tucker Forsgren TE
89 Evan Metag RB
90 J.J. Reinke DL
91 Dan Kiebler DL
92 Mario Stephens DL
93 Jake Wirsching DL
94 Austin Hephner ILB
95 Matthew Shaver DL
96 Jordan Johnson OLB
97 Mitchell Elbe DL
98 Zach Wicker DL
99 Alex Burgess DL
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Alexander Lutton

#70 Alexander Lutton

POSITION OL
HEIGHT 6-3
WEIGHT 287
YEAR-LETTERS Sr-3L
HOMETOWN Anchorage, Alaska (Diamond HS)

2012 (Jr): Played in four games on the offensive line... Made his first collegiate start at right guard at Sioux Falls (Sept. 22).
    The Beavers finished seventh in the NSIC in rushing after compiling 1,879 yards and 20 touchdowns on the ground. The O-Line guided the ground game to four 200-plus yard games, which included the final three games of the season, while two players totaled four games of 100 yards or more. The line protected all-conference quarterback Lance Rongstad. He threw for 2,114 yards, 16 touchdowns and posted six 200-plus yard contests, which included the final three of the season. Rongstad was a dual run/pass threat and finished fifth in the league in total offense with 268.1 yards per game.

2011 (So): Played two games on the offensive line... Played against Minot State (Aug. 25) and Southwest Minnesota State (Sept. 17).
    The Bemidji State offensive line guided the No. 13 rushing attack in the nation as it averaged 241.5 yards per game and went over 300 yards on four occasions. The Beavers scored six touchdowns from the back field twice during the 2011 season and totaled 31 rushing touchdowns, which is second most by BSU since 1970 (2004 - 33). The 2,656 yards compiled by the Beavers this season set a program record for most rushing yards in a season (Since 1971). The Beaver front line also protected its quarterback better than any other offensive line in the league as it only allowed 10 (0.91 sacks allowed per game) sacks this season to rank No. 6 in the nation. On six occasions a BSU player went for more than 100 yards rushing in a game. The Beavers had 1,358 yards through the air and eight passing touchdowns.

2010 (Fr): Played in two of the last three games as a reserve offensive lineman.
    Was a part of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 187.1 yards per game and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground... The unit opened holes for running back Dustin Kroeplin who averaged 80.2 yards per game and rushed for 200 yards against Northern State (Oct. 30)... The BSU running attack went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns... Was an effective piece of a Beaver squad that was second in the NSIC in red zone offense, scoring 35-of-39 (89.7%) times inside the opposition’s 20 yard line.

2009 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. 

Personal: Born Mar. 6, 1991 in Anchorage, Alaska... Son of Jerry and Dinese Lutton... Plans to study construction management.

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