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Three Bulldogs to Participate in Dream Bowl

UMW Sports Press Release


Three Montana Western football players were invited to participate in The Dream Bowl all-star game for Sunday, January 22 at 11AM MST in Little Elm, Texas. The Dream Bowl is a College Football All-Star Showcase of the best FCS, D-II, D-III, and NAIA players from across the country.


Jon Jund, a 6'1 senior quarterback from Spring Creek, Nev., will be participating in the game. He was named First Team All-Conference Offense and was named Offensive Player of the Year for the second year in a row after this last season's performance. He was also named AFCA All-American Honorable Mention.


Noah Danielson, a 6'4 offensive lineman from Vaughn, Mont., joins Jund in the game. He was named AFCA First-Team All-American after this season's performance. He was also honored with First Team All-Conference recognition after his offense totaled 425 yards of offense per game and led the conference with 4675 total offensive yards.


Trey Mounts, a 5'9 wide receiver from Belgrade, Mont., rounds out the trio participating in the game. He earned Second Team All-Conference Offense this past season after he was second in the conference in receiving touchdowns (7).


"This is truly an honor for us to represent our school and team at this game. Just a chance to play one more collegiate game and compete. We are excited to show what Bulldog football has to offer and to just soak in the moments out there and play this game at a high level in front of professional scouts. I am thankful I get to experience this journey to continue playing with a few of my teammates and have one more week of football with them before our pro days in March. Thanks for all the support for us and please tune in to cheer on Team Crusaders!" Bulldog Trey Mounts commented on the experience.


To view livestream information for the game, click here.


About the Dream Bowl

The Dream Bowl is a College Football All-Star Showcase of the best FCS, D-II, D-III, and NAIA players from across the country. The game and the series of events held over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend are a celebration of the excellence, commitment, and sacrifice made by the players and their families. The experience allows the players to practice and play in front of NFL and CFL scouts.

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