Zack Johnson

NDSU Draft Preview With Hero Sport’s Sam Herder

Hero Sport's Sam Herder previews where ndsu players can go in draft

FARGO, N.D. — The NFL Draft is here and its time to talk where North Dakota State players could fall this weekend. Two who are likely to go off the board are defensive end Derrek Tuszka and tight end Ben Ellefson after both played in the East-West Shrine Game and Tuszka competed at the NFL Combine back in February. Hero…

NDSU’s Lance Highlights Six Bison as FCS All-Americans

Lance one of Six Bison named as All-American

  FARGO, N.D. — (NDSU Athletics) Offensive Player of the Year Trey Lance highlighted six selections from North Dakota State on the Phil Steele FCS All-America Team announced Wednesday, Jan. 15. Lance and three other Bison freshmen were named to the Phil Steele FCS Freshman All-America Team. Lance, a quarterback from Marshall, Minn., set the NCAA all-divisions record for most passing attempts in…

NDSU Football: Target Field Game Provides Homecoming For Current Players

Phoenix Sproles, Zack Johnson, Marquise Bridges All From Twin Cities Area

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota State football starts off its season in a bit of a different setting, on a baseball field. The Bison host Butler at Target Field Saturday, home to major league baseball’s Minnesota Twins. For many, its a chance to travel and see their team at a different location for a weekend. For those twin cities NDSU…

Younger Guys Stepping Up on Bison Front

The Bison have six more spring practices before their modified spring game.

FARGO, N.D. — There will be a bit of a new look to the big men up front for NDSU football, but not for the guys they are blocking for. With Easton Stick returning for his senior season at quarterback and six returners at running back, the offensive line knows who it’s protecting. There are big shoes to fill with Austin…

NDSU to Show Off Strong Class of Offensive Linemen at Pro Day

Zack Johnson, Jack Plankers and Landon Lechler will participate in NDSU's Pro Day

FARGO, N.D. — Wednesday afternoon marks a big step for former North Dakota State football players who hope to play at the next level. It’s Pro Day. The Bison will not quite have the same representation as last season without a certain No. 2 pick at quarterback, but three offensive linemen are expected to make waves. Zack Johnson, Jack Plankers and…

Johnson, Reyes Earn More All-America Honors

Bison OL, UND Safety Selected as Best at Position

Courtesy NDSU Athletics North Dakota State left guard Zack Johnson was selected to the Football Championship Subdivision Athletic Directors Association (FCS ADA) All-America Team announced Wednesday, Dec. 21. The fourth annual award recognizes the top student-athletes from FCS institutions at 11 different positions.  Voting was conducted by a national panel of media and sports information directors. From the 11 players selected,…