February 10, 2019
Conley, a two-time All-NEC selection, helped the Dukes tally at least 200 yards on the ground or the air in nine contests this season. In three years as a starter, he helped pave the way for Hines to post 20 100-yard rushing performances. In addition, Duquesne led the NEC in rushing in two of the last three years.
2017 ALL-NEC FIRST TEAM
As a Redshirt Junior (2017)
As a Redshirt Sophomore (2016)
As a Redshirt Freshman (2015)
What is your name?
What college do you attend?
What is your Height/Weight?
What is your position?
Where are you from?
What legacy do you want to leave when you are done playing college football?
Just leave the ideals of a team/position
that likes to work hard day in and day out towards a championship.
What are you looking to get out of your collegiate football experience?
To be a winner, develop lasting relationships, and continue my football career.
Who is the best player you competed against in college?
Avery Moss and Derek Rivers from Youngstown State.
What separates you from other players at your position?
I see myself as a technician who analyzes defenses intently and I always pride myself on being a hard worker.
List 3 things you feel you need in order to be successful in football?
Dedication, hunger, and selflessness.
Which pro football player would you compare yourself to? And why?
I’d compare myself to David Bakhtiari for the Packers. He is a physical run blocker who at the same time has the feet and patience to make him a great pass blocker.
What is your biggest strength?
My technique and vision.
What do you feel you need to improve in the most?
Working against second level in the open field.
Outside of football, what has been your most memorable college experience?
Overall college has been a great time, just creating a bunch of fun times with my friends and family.
If you can play alongside any athlete in the NFL, past or present, who would it be and why?
Definitely Joe Thomas, because he was the best OL to ever play.
Who is your biggest inspiration? And why?
My father, he is the one who got me into sports and was always my coach, he paved the way for what I am today.
What is your definition of success?
The ability to go day in and day out with the same level of effort and ability to help you win.
What interesting fact would you want the world to know about you?
I have a wicked hitch-hiker’s thumb.