Foster, McKinley Named To National Honor SocietyPosted by Jeremy AndersonDate: April 15, 2021 9:36 amLeave a comment150 ViewsTwo Chadron State College football players were named on Wednesday to the 2021 National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society, in a release at footballfoundation.org. The student-athletes are Colt Foster, of Hemingford, Nebraska, and Sam McKinley, of Colorado Springs.The honor society is comprised of college football players from all divisions of play, who each maintained a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and concluded his career in 2020-21.Foster, a senior tight end, totaled 70 receptions for 834 yards and five touchdowns in his career. As a sophomore he was named an All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and All-Region performer, as one of the top pass-catching tight ends in the nation. He also received Academic All-RMAC honor roll recognition three times.McKinley an offensive lineman who converted into a tight end in 2020, appeared in 25 games during his career, either on the offensive line or on special teams. As a true freshman in 2016, he was named the Eagles’ Offensive Scout MVP as he redshirted with the scout team. He is also a three-time RMAC Academic honor roll recipient.An elite group of 910 players from 255 schools qualified for membership in 2021, the society’s 15th year. The initiative has now honored 13,077 student-athletes since its inception.