Four Colorado State University Pueblo football student-athletes have been named to the 2024 NFF Hampshire Honor Society, recognizing their academic and athletic achievements. The honored players include senior offensive lineman Cade Chapman, redshirt junior receiver Andrew Cook, redshirt junior quarterback Steven Croell, and graduate student quarterback Chance Fuller. Chapman and Fuller completed their eligibility in 2023, while Cook and Croell have graduated and are pursuing graduate studies at CSU Pueblo, expected to play for the Pack in 2024.

By the Numbers
  • 1,988 elite players from 339 schools qualified for the 2024 NFF Hampshire Honor Society
  • It is the most selections in a single year in the program's 18-year history
  • 31 NCAA Division II schools, including CSU Pueblo, had players named to the honor society
State of Play
  • CSU Pueblo was among 31 NCAA Division II schools with players named to the 2024 NFF Hampshire Honor Society
  • This year's selections marked the most in a single year in the program's 18-year history
  • Colorado School of Mines had 12 overall selections, while Black Hills State had one player honored
Bottom Line

The recognition of these four student-athletes highlights their commitment to excellence in both academics and athletics, contributing to a record year for the NFF Hampshire Honor Society.