Butler, Corbett and Reed named to the first team.
The junior center is one of 63 in the nation to be named to the watch list.
More than 800 student-athletes have graduated in past 11 years.
Total of 63 student-athletes from fall sports are honored for academic successes.
JUNIOR (2017) – Named to the Rimington Trophy watch list and to the preseason All-Mountain West team by Athlon Sports ... Will slide over from right guard to center in 2017 ... Became a valuable piece of the offensive line last season.
SOPHOMORE (2016) - Appeared in all 12 games during his first season with Nevada and made 10 starts … Started in his first game with the Wolf Pack against Cal Poly (9/2) … Helped block for a 1,000-yard rusher in James Butler and aided in Nevada compiling a rushing offense that ranked third in the West Division at 174.0 yards per game … Started and played a number of minutes in the Buffalo game where the Wolf Pack rushed for 352 yards, which was the highest rushing total in a single game in the Brian Polian era … Letter winner.
PRIOR TO NEVADA - Attended Riverside City College … Played for head coach Tom Craft, earning a letter in football in 2015 as a redshirt freshman … Helped lead the Tigers to an 8-3 record and a National Central League championship … Earned first team all-conference and all-state honors … Originally committed to Washington State and redshirted in 2014 before transferring to Riverside City College.
HIGH SCHOOL - Graduated from Martin Luther King Jr. High School (Riverside, Calif.) in 2013 … Was a three-year letter winner on the football team … Earned All-Big 8 First Team, all-county first team and all-state honorable mention honors as a senior in 2014 … Was also named to the all-state second team by CalHiSports.com … Earned All-Big 8 First Team and all-country honorable mention honors as a junior in 2013 … Was a three star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com.
PERSONAL - Born Sean Adam Krepsz … Son of Sean and Heather Krepsz … Has two brothers; Tyler and Kyle … Uncle Frank Krepsz played football at Weber State … Majoring in human development and family studies … Chose to attend Nevada to further his education and play football at a tier I university.