Ben Hostetler
Ben  Hostetler


Ellicott City, Md.

High School:
River Hill

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 185


Saw significant time as a freshman, gaining valuable experience ... Had a strong spring and the coaches have high hopes for him ... Will compete for a starting spot this season.

2005: Appeared in three games as a freshman ... Started at Cornell ... For the season, completed 10-of-25 passes for 115 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions ... Made his first appearance in the team's home opener against Brown, completing 1-of-4 passes ... Also ran 10 times for 17 yards in that game ... In his first career start, at Cornell, completed 5-of-13 passes for 63 yards, throwing a 23-yard scoring strike ... Completed 4-of-8 passes at Lehigh for 55 yards, including a season-high 24-yard pass.

High School: A three sport standout at River Hill in football, basketball and lacrosse...voted 2004 Howard County Football Player of the Year by the Washington Post, Baltimore Sun and Columbia Flier and was an All-State choice...a football First Team All-County player in 2003 and 2004...earned Baltimore Sun First Team All-Metro and Washington Post Second Team All-Metro honors as a senior...earned football team's MVP award in 2004, was a Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star and a two-time member of the Maryland Super 22 All-Star team... football team won Howard County Championship in both 2003 and 2004...won the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Regional Scholar Athlete Award and the Ravens Roost Scholar Athlete Award in 2004...a Wendy's High School Heisman State Finalist Award winner...set 15 football records at River Hill, including career completions (208), career completion percentage (56%) passing yards (3,315) and passing touchdowns (44) captain for football, basketball and lacrosse as a All-County choice in basketball and lacrosse...named 2005 Howard County Lacrosse Player of the Year by the Washington Post and was a US Lacrosse Magazine All-American...left River Hill with lacrosse records in goals scored, assists and points...a distinguished Scholar Award winner and a River Hill Athlete Award Winner four straight years.

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