|#91 Andre Jolly|
|6-1||Butler Community College|
2012: Appeared in 11 games as a sophomore and registered 58 total tackles...Led the team in sacks with 16 sacks, which ranked 2nd in Division I for total sacks...Had a season high 11 tackles against Central Methodist (Mo.)...Ranked 1st in Division I in sacks per game with 1.5, 2nd in Division I in total tackles for loss per game with 2, and 3rd in Division I in total tackles for loss with 22...Leads the school in career sacks, and was named a 2012 AFCA - NAIA All-American...Was also named to the All HAAC Defense 1st team, and HAAC Defensive player of the week during the weeks of 9/17, 10/8, and 11/12.
2011: Appeared in 9 games as a freshman and had 34 tackles, 25 of which were unassisted. He ranked number 5 in Division I in fumbles forced per game (.3), number 15 in Division I in sacks per game (0.700), and number 23 in Division I in total sacks (6.500). He had a season high of 6 tackles (all unassisted) and 2 sacks against Missouri Valley, and then added 6 more tackles against both Culver-Stockton and Benedictine.
PERSONAL: Andre Robert Jolly was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and is the son of Lynnette Jolly…Has 4 siblings: Shelley (23), Michael (19), Jordan (15), and Faith (15)…Played football at Gardner-Edgerton High School in Gardner, Kan., where the Trail Blazers were 2007 Sectional Runner-up, 2008 League Champions and Sub-State Runner-up…Named 2008 All-State DE…Chose Baker University over Coffeyville CC, Butler CC, and Fort Scott CC…Enjoys football and swimming…Majoring in Sports Administration