Where are they now?
Our collection of stories where we catch up with and provide updates of former Service Academy athletes and coaches.
Service Academy graduates have had a long history of making both their military and NFL careers work.
Mike Priefer is a 1989 graduate of the Naval Academy. On Sunday night, he served as the acting head coach of the Browns in their playoff win over the Steelers.
Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe died in 2005 after trying to save fellow soldiers from a burning vehicle.
Lewis was waived by the Arizona Cardinals. The Jets claimed him Monday.
Bone, a former MLS SuperDraft pick, was named to the USL Team of the Week.
Quessenberry played defensive end at Navy in 2013 and 2014. The Patriots are looking at him as a tight end.
Jacob Hurtubise is the first Service Academy athlete to sign in pro baseball since Secretary of Defense Mark Esper endorsed a policy to make it easier for Service Academy athletes to go pro.
Zac McGraw is the first West Point graduate selected in the MLS SuperDraft. He’s in Orlando with the Portland Timbers for the league’s tournament.
Ben Garland will be starting tonight on football’s biggest stage.
Elijah Riley, Army’s standout defensive back, is having the season of a lifetime. Is he the Black Knight to play in the NFL?
Let’s take a look at how many of the recent service academy professional athletes are doing.
Mack Brown and Myles Dorn seem to think so. Both have faith in the former Army defensive coordinator.
Is it a screwball? We aren’t sure. But it’s unhitable.
The 2010 Naval Academy graduate is climbing the ranks of the NASCAR circuit.
After graduating from the Naval Academy in 2016, record-breaking quarterback Keenan Reynolds has taken on the NFL from coast to coast.
Griffin scored a touchdown with the Saints in the 2019 postseason. We catch up with the former Air Force football player.
In part two of our series we spoke to 2013 West Point graduate and former NFL player, Trent Steelman.
We kick off our new series with 2009 Navy graduate and former NFL player, Eric Kettani.