KMG’s Matt Tunnacliffe Excels at Coach Zauner Camp for Long Snappers

Matt Tunnacliffe, a 2019 NFL Draft eligible, participated in Coach Zauner’s Long Snapping Camp held in Arizona in February. Coach Zauner’s Camps have produced numerous NFL alumni, from kicker, Sebastian Janikowski, punter, Johnny Hekker, and long snapper, John Weeks. Matt excelled under the guidance of Coach Zauner and his staff, rating in the top 15 of participants.

Matt’s skills will be on display on March 19, at the University of Toledo’s Pro Day.

Information on Coach Zauner’s Camps can be found on his website,

After Another Impressive Year, KMG Football’s Rico Murray signs with Hamilton Tiger-Cats

After leading the CFL in interceptions with 5 in 2018, Rico Murray agrees to a deal to return to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Rico spent the 2018 season with Ottawa Redblacks (selected as their defensive MVP) and the 2017 season with Toronto Argonauts after spending 4 seasons with Hamilton. Rico, a three time All-Star selection (2014, 2017, and 2018) and a Grey Cup Champion in 2017, looks to continue his CFL success in his 11th professional football season (3 seasons in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals).

KMG Football’s Heath Harding Signs with CFL’s Calgary Stampeders

KMG Football client, Heath Harding, signs professional contract with CFL’s Calgary Stampeders. Heath, a native of Englewood, Ohio, and a graduate of Dayton Christian High School and Miami (Ohio) University, will begin his CFL career this May. He joins the CFL after a stint with the Atlanta Falcons in 2018.

Super Bowl Champion, New England Patriots reportedly Showing Interest in KMG’s Adonis Davis

Adonis Davis might be considered a small school prospect, but in no way is he going under the radar of teams. After finishing an incredible career at Florida Tech, Daniel Supraner of Florida Tech Sports and the Space Coast Daily believes Davis will go down as one of the best players in program history. Davis finishes his collegiate career as Florida Tech’s record holder for sacks (23), sacks in a single season (8.0), career tackles for loss (52.0) and tackles for loss in a single season (21.0). He was named a three-time All-GSC First Team selection. In 2017, Davis was a finalist for the Cliff Harris Award given to the Small College Defensive Player of the Year as well as recognized as an All-American by four separate organizations, including the Associated Press.

Based on his awards and accomplishments, it should be no surprise to hear Davis’s name being mentioned alongside the reigning Super Bowl champion, New England Patriots. Doug Kyed, a Patriots beat reporter for, tweeted on March 3, 2019, “Florida Tech defensive end Adonis Davis is an under-the-radar draft prospect who has received interest from the Patriots. 6-3, 260 pounds and had eight sacks in 2018. He wasn’t invited to the combine.”

NFL teams will have the opportunity to work out Adonis at his scheduled Pro Day on March 27.

KMG Football signs OL Jordan Rigg

Jordan Rigg, offsensive lineman from Miami (Ohio) University has agreed to representation for the 2019 NFL Draft with KMG Sports of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Jordan, a native of Springboro, Ohio, played in and started all 12 games at left tacklehis senior year, helping Miami rush for 159.8 yards per game. In addition, Jordan scored two touchdowns on the season, one being a had a two-yard rushing score versus WMU and the other was a recovered fumble in the end zone at Akron. Jordan was a Third Team All-MAC selection in 2017 and 2018.

KMG Football signs Notre Dame TE Nic Weishar

Nic Weishar, TE, Notre Damn University, has agreed to representation for the 2019 NFL Draft with KMG Sports of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Nic, a native of Midlothian, IL, played in all 13 games his senior year. He was named to the Wuerffel Trophy Watch List (2018, 2017), Allstate AFCA Good Works Team (2018), and Irish Around the Bend Award (2017) recipient. 

Besides football, Nic has been active in the community. Nic helps with Weish4Ever — the Andrew Weishar Foundation, whose mission is to serve as an all-purpose resource for the families of children and adolescent cancer patients, providing financial, emotional and moral support, along with understanding and wise counsel. 

KMG Signs Offensive Lineman, Dakota Tallman

January 12, 2019 – Cincinnati, OH

Dakota Tallman, offensive lineman from Eastern Michigan University has agreed to representation for the 2019 NFL Draft with KMG Sports of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Dakota, a native of Elyria, Ohio, was named to the NCAA Rimington Trophy Preseason Watchlist his final two seasons at EMU. Dakota started all 13 games his senior year and was selected Fourth Team Preseason All-MAC by Athlon Sports.

KMG Football Signs OLB/DE Adonis Davis

January 10, 2019 – Cincinnati, OH

Adonis Davis, Defensive Lineman and Outside Linebacker, from Florida Tech, has agreed to representation for the 2019 NFL Draft with KMG Sports of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Adonis, a native of Columbus, Ohio, transferred to Florida Tech after beginning his career at Iowa Western CC. At Florida Info Tech, Adonis tallied 154 tackles and 21 sacks, to go along with 8 forced fumbles. Following the 2018 season, Adonis was named Division II – All-America Team, Honorable Mention.

KMG Football Announces Signing of WR David Eldridge

January 10, 2019 – Cincinnati, OH

KMG Football has agreed to a representation contract with James Madison University Wide Receiver, David Eldridge.

David, a native of Bealeton, VA, finished his career with JMU totaling 847 receiving yards, 64 receptions, and 4 touchdowns. Prior to JMU, David played collegiality at  the University of Virginia. 

KMG Football Announces Signing of JMU’s Darrious Carter

January 7, 2019 – Cincinnati, OH

Darrious Carter, defensive end/linebacker, from James Madison University, has agreed to representation for the 2019 NFL Draft with KMG Sports of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Darrious, a native of Indiana, Pennsylvania, was a key component to James Madison University’s recent success. Darrious began his collegiate career at Virginia University before transferring to JMU. His senior season, he played in 10 games, making five starts, had 29 total tackles (19 solo), to go with 7.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.