Plummer, Shapiro Named to NFF Hampshire Honor Society
May 2, 2013
By Jason Clay
By Jason Clay
DALLAS, Texas - The National Football Foundation and the College Hall of Fame (NFF) announced Thursday the members of the 2013 NFF Hampshire Honor Society and Fresno State graduating seniors Shawn Plummer and Andrew Shapiro made the list.
To be eligible for the NFF Hampshire Honor Society, college football players must be a starter or significant contributor in their last year of eligibility, have a cumulative grade point average above 3.2 and meet all NCAA-mandated progress towards their degree requirements and graduation.
Both Plummer and Shapiro were also named to the 2012 Mountain West Academic All-Conference team. The duo helped lead Fresno State to a 9-4 record during their senior seasons and the Mountain West title.
The two were also among a group of six former Bulldogs that are attending rookie mini camps with NFL teams.
Shapiro signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Houston Texans and will attend its mini camp, May 10-12.
Plummer was invited to the Atlanta Falcons rookie mini camp that runs May 3-5.
A total of 703 players from 259 schools across all divisions of play qualified for membership in the society's seventh year, marking the highest school participant in the history of the program, which began in 2007.
"Discover Fresno State Football" - 2013 Fresno State football season tickets are now on sale and can be ordered online at gobulldogs.com or over the phone at 559-278-DOGS (3647).