Attleboro High School Football

Finish Strong !! 

 

Below is a list of former Attleboro football players who have taken their talents to the next level. 

In addition to being gifted with natural talent, they are prime examples of where hard work and dedication can take a young man.  We are very proud of them.

Seniors

Juniors

Sophomores

Freshmen

Owen McKenna at Norwich University - Was named a Co-Captain for a 2019 season.  "Owen McKenna (Attleboro, Mass.), who earned All-Conference honors for his work on the special teams unit a year ago while also providing stellar play at the linebacker position. He punted 46 times for an average of 36.3 yards an attempt, pinning opponents inside the 20-yard 11 times and only tallying one touchback all season. For good measure, he also recorded 50 tackles on the year (28 solo), a sack, and two interceptions from the linebacker position. 


"Owen is a throwback, tough as nails football player," Murnyack stated. "An emotional leader that is always working to improve his game, he's a respected teammate for his tenacious motor and work ethic." Off the field, McKenna is a major in the Corps of Cadets, a member of Army ROTC, and a Construction Management major."...Full Story, click HERE
Kyle Murphy at the University of Rhode Island

The URI senior was named to the STATS FCS Preseason All-American Team, the latest honor for the reigning 1St Team All-CAA performer. 

“He’s quietly developed himself, step by step into the leader he is,” said Ram Head Coach Jim Fleming.


“Very tough, very focused, he’s always taking coaching well and it’s been remarkable to watch his growth but it’s been expected. He’s a tough kid, he’s a very diligent worker and now that he has control of this football team as captain, I think he’s embracing that and he’s going to take it one step higher.”


Murphy’s success on the field has attracted interest from NFL scouts and the Attleboro native could have the chance to play professionally after this season. But his focus is solely on his team, which is coming off it’s first winning season in 17 years.


“I’m so confident with this group, we came in as freshman and most of us are still here,” Murphy said. “We got a strong senior group that guides the younger guys and we have so many options on Offense, Defense and Special Teams, so we’re just ready to get the season started.” Full Story, click HERE
 

Springfield College

Plymouth State University

University of Rhode Island

Norwich University

Salve Regina University

Dean College

University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth

Fitchburg State University

Salve Regina University

Framingham State University

Western New England University

Western New England University

 
* Please email Jim Toomey at jmtoomey59@comcast.net if anyone was omitted