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Todd Heap

 Tight end Baltimore Ravens

Todd Benjamin Heap  who currently plays tight end  for the Baltimore Ravens. He went to Arizona State University. Heap holds the record for most receiving two-point conversions in a single season, with four, during his 2003 season with Baltimore. He is also noted as one of the few tight ends to lead his team in receptions 2 or more times. Considered one of the best tight end's in the NFL.
Max Hall

After playing college football for BYU, he was signed by the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent in 2010. Hall played in six games as a quarterback in the National Football League for the Arizona Cardinals. Hall also spent the 2012 year as an assistant American football coach for BYU. In 2013 the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League announced they signed Hall for the 2013 season. Hall made his first CFL start on August 16 2013.  Max served an LDS mission in Iowa

Ex-BYU QB Max Hall arrested on shoplifting, cocaine

Travis Hall

Travis was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the sixth round of the 1995 NFL draft. He played 10 years with the Falcons before signing a free-agent contract with the 49ers in 2005.

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Eric Heitmann


Experienced, smart and versatile player…Has won the Bobb McKittrick Award two straight years in 2006 and 2007, given to the team’s top offensive lineman as voted upon by his peers…Also won the Ed Block Courage Award in 2007 after starting all 16 games upon coming back from a broken leg suffered late in 2006 season…One of 35 players in NFL to line up for every single snap in 2007…Started 14 games at center in 2006, missing final two contests of season with broken leg. www.49ers.com
Merril Hoge Merril DuAine Hoge was born January 26, 1965 in Pocatello, Idaho is a former professional football player. He played eight seasons at running back for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears, retiring after the 1994 season. He is currently a football analyst for ESPN television and lives in Fort Thomas, KY with his wife and children.

  Chris Hoke
Defensive tackle
Pittsburg Steelers
He was born in Long Beach, California.  He played college football for Brigham Young University where he was vote the most valuable defensive player.  He signed as a free agent to the Steelers in 2001, and he has been renewed each year through 2004.  In 2003, he lead the team in sacks.

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