Chandler Whittlesey, JR, 5-7, QB, Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Commonwealth Team selection ... During his sophomore campaign, he completed 134-of-252 passes for 2,009 yards and 16 touchdowns. Whittlesey also ran for 411 yards and seven touchdowns on 93 carries. He ranked 10th in the NAIA in total offensive yards per game (268.9) and 17th in passing yards per game (223.2). ; Jake Johnston, SR, 6-1, LB, All-Mid-South Second Team Selection in 2014 ... CoSIDA Academic All-District Team Pick ... Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Commonwealth Team selection ... ranks 21st in the NAIA in tackles per game at 10.1. He racked up 101 total stops with 53 solos and 48 assisted tackles. Johnston also had 4.0 tackles for a loss of 7 yards, one pass breakup, and one fumble recovery. He recorded double-digit tackles in five games. ; Steven Bailes, SR, 6-6, OL, All-Mid-South Second Team Selection in 2014 ... key component to the Bulldog offensive line which paved the way for one of the most explosive offenses in program history. Union averaged 30.5 points per game and tallied 305 total points, which ranks fifth best. Nationally, Union ranked 27th in points per game, 35th in total points and 36th in yards per game (391.9).;
Last Year's Overall Record:1 - 9
Top 5 Recruits:
Chris Helton, FR, 6-2, OL, Williamsburg (Ky.) High School, Second-Team All-State 2013, Honorable Mention All-State 2014; Dakota Stanley, FR, 5-10, LB, Belfry (Ky.) High School, All-State Honorable Mention Selection; Brad Elkins, FR, 5-11, WR, Pike County Central (Ky.) High School, All-State Honorable Mention Selection; Serge Vita, JR, 6-2, DL, Pasadena (Calif.) C.C., Second Team All-Conference;
Andy Flynn, SR, 6-2, OL, 2014 All-Mid-South Second Team Pick;
We will have a young team this year.
Coach Willis says this about the offense:
Offensively we have to replace some receivers if we want to be as productive as we were last year.
Coach Willis says this about the defense:
Our Defense must improve in order for us to be successful.