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2 Terrell Phelps CB
3 Brandon Miles RB
4 Adam Berg WR
4 Andrew Mattieson QB
5 Erick Newman RB
6 Sid Johnson DB
7 Cameron Abram WR
7 Justin Lee WR
8 Derek Edholm QB
9 Andrew Schultz WR
10 Jody Henningson WR
12 Lance Rongstad QB
13 George Kadlec WR
13 Jason Kafka WR
14 Josh Williams QB
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16 Conner Sathre QB
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18 Dusty Sluzewicz DB
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39 Jesse Sundby K
39 Bryce Gardner WR
40 Matt Anderson FB
41 Jacob Ledding LB
41 Brad Hemling LB
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43 Dustin Kroeplin RB
44 Gary Miller LB
45 Cory Crosby OLB
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54 Billy Quistroff LB
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Jody Henningson

#10 Jody Henningson

HOMETOWN Elburn, Ill. (Kaneland)

2011 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt.

2010 (Jr): Played in all 11 contests with four starts at the wide receiver postion... Brought down 21 receptions for 251 yards, which was good for third on the team in both categories... Averaged 12.0 yards per catch and 22.8 yards per game... Rushed once for 23 yards and posted one tackle.
    Caught four passes twice, going for 47 yards at Minot State (Aug. 26) and a season-high 50 yards at Southwest Minnesota State (Sept. 18)... Had a season-long 30 yard reception at Minnesota Duluth (Sept. 25)... Had at least one reception in 10 of 11 contests and recorded 20 or more yards in five games.

2009 (So): Was a big-play receiver for the Beavers in 2009... Finished third among his BSU receiving counterparts with 19 receptions... His 12.6 yards per catch placed him second on the team, while his five receiving touchdowns trailed only tight end and leading receiver Brian Leonhardt.
    Grabbed a season-high four passes versus Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Pulled in three catches for 30 yards and his first collegiate touchdown versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Pulled in another touchdown the following weekend as the Beavers defeated Wayne State (926/09)... Recorded two receptions for 39 yards in a thriller against Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09), which included a 32-yard “Hail Mary” touchdown reception as time expired to bring the Beavers within a point of the defending national champions... Matched a season-high reception total with four in the season finale (11/7/09)... Also set a career mark pulling in two touchdown receptions at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09).

2008 (Fr): Was one of two true freshman to see significant time in 2008... Played in each of the Beavers’ 11 games, starting at one of the wide receiver positions  on five occasions... Finished fourth on the team  with 24 catches for 225 yards... Paced the BSU special teams unit with 12 kickoff returns for 226 yards.
    Grabbed his first collegiate pass at Minot State (8/28/08)... Racked up career-highs at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08) with six catches and 53 yards.

Prior to BSU: Played quarterback, wide receiver, defensive back, punter and kicker at Kaneland High School... Completed 216-of-388 pass attempts for 2,714 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2007... Posted nearly 100 yards per game on the ground netting 890 yards with eight touchdowns in nine games... His 3,604 yards of total offense and 29 touchdowns was tops in the Chicagoland... Also averaged 38.5 yards per punt, made three-of-four field goal attempts and successfully converted 30-of-31 point after attempts... Earned Rivals.com High School National Player of the Week after a game in which he passed for 412 yards, rushed for 145 more, accounted for four touchdowns and kicked the game-winning field goal... For his efforts he gained all-conference accolades as a quarterback and punter while he was selected as the Western Sun Conference Offensive MVP... Was also named all-state in 2007 by the Illinois High School Coaches’ Association... The team captain and four-year letter winner was a four-time recipient of the Western Sun Conference Prep Player of the Week Award and was named as the Walter Payton Roundhouse High School Player of the Year as a senior.

Personal: Jody Arthur Henningson... Born Aug. 26, 1990... Is the son of Jody Henningson and Mary Lynn Brubaker... Majoring in sport management.

Career Highs:  
Receptions: 6 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08); Reception Yards: 76 vs. Wayne State (9/15/12); Long Reception: 33 at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09); Touchdowns: 2 at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09); Long Kick Returns: 31 at St. Cloud State (10/4/08); Rushing Attempts: 2 at Minnesota State (9/7/12); Rushing Yards: 23 at Minnesota State (9/7/12); Rushing Long: 13 at Minnesota State (9/7/12); Rushing Touchdowns: 1 at Minnesota State (9/7/12)