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Brion Hurley
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Position(s): K, P

HIGH SCHOOL: Brion Hurley attended City High School and lived in or near Iowa City, Iowa. He earned First Team All-State honors as a kicker in 1991, and twice named 1st team all-conference. He chose to walk-on at Iowa.

COLLEGE: He redshirted his freshman year, then competed as a punter with Nick Gallery going into the 1993 season. He was beat out after sharing the punting duties in the first few games, and later took over on kickoffs. He was named starting placekicker for the 1993 Alamo Bowl, where he kicked his first college FG (and Iowa's only points) in a 37-3 loss. He earned a scholarship from Coach Fry after the season.

After losing the kicking job multiple times in 1994 and 1995, he settled into the role doing kickoffs, short punts and long FGs. In 1995, he connected on 5 FGs over 45 yards (47, 49, 50, 50, 51). He capped the season with a 3 FG performance in the 1995 Sun Bowl, connecting from 49, 47 and 50 yards, which earned him the Sun Bowl Special Teams MVP.

He finished the 1996 season with 5 more long FGs (45, 47, 50, 50, 54), including a career-long 54 yards FG against Iowa State. For his Iowa career, he finished 6 for 9 on FGs of 50 yards or more, missing twice from 58 yards and once from 50 yards.

PROFESSIONAL: He was undrafted, but signed with the New York Giants in 1997 as a placekicker, but was released after preseason. He played for the Iowa Barnstormers in the Arena Football League in 1998, hitting a career-long 55 yard FG, and a game-winning FG to beat the San Jose Sabercats. He re-signed with the New York Giants in 1999 (this time as a punter), but again was released after the preseason. He finished his career with the Quad City Steamwheelers, where he helped them win back-to-back Arena Cup championships in 2000 and 2001.

OTHER: He created in 2021.

Born 3/13/1974 and is 50 years old.

Joined as walk-on (non-scholarship) 



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