2014-15 Football
1 Devan Gadson DB
2 Cody Cotton LB
3 Derrick Estell ATH
4 Denzell Conway WR
5 Alex Green LB
6 Idode Kerobo DB
7 Dylan Simkin WR
8 Bryce Dempsey TE
9 Ben Lehman QB
10 Tanner Kuramata WR
11 A.J. Bradley DB
12 Scott Staal QB
13 Dalton Stokes QB
14 Andrew Cassara WR
15 Ryan Shea WR
15-S Josh Young P
16 Ryan Clarke QB
17 Melvin Graham III DB
18 Fred Gladney WR
19 Cam Brown DB
20 Cody Labanowitz ATH
21 Colin Marcott DB
22 Andrew Johnson DB
23 Ryan Singh DB
24 J.J. Nunes DB
25 Grayson Bastin RB
26 Colin Burke LB
27 Brett Fox TE
28 Dale Cook DB
29 Hayden Hast RB
30 Frank Catrine RB
31-O Brandon Hall RB
31 Kellan Hughes DB
32 Colton Sanchez LB
33 Alexander Kozlowski P
34 Jay Slone LB
35 Tevin Johnson LB
36 Charles Carter S
37 Jarrett Morgan DB
37-D Robert Macari LB
38 Brandon Riley DB
39 Roberto Kelly LB
40 Chance Hanson FB
41 Charlie Hackett DL
42 Vincent McPherson DB
43 Aaron Brunner TE
44 Matt Mallon TE
45-O Kenneth Floyd RB
45 Tim Foley DB
46 Kye Hall LB
47 Spenser Pennington FB
48 Ryan Mundy LB
49 Jake Hutson RB
52 Johnathan Coyne DL
53 John Regan LB
54 David Horak OL
55 Bryson Eppinger DL
56 Tristan De La Rosa DL
57 James Tanton OL
58 Jesse Slawnikowski LB
59 J.T. Rotroff LB
60 Michael Buchanan DL
61 Nate Koeneman OL
62 Tom Ehrlich OL
63 Jonathan Hammond DL
64 Connor Rettig OL
65 Colm Flaherty OL
68 Kyle Jones OL
69 Daniel Terrana DL
70 Brandon Doepke DL
71 Sam Manternach OL
72 Drew White DL
74 Brian Lang OL
75 Stuart Barkley OL
77 Justin Lipe OL
78 Brendan Flaherty OL
80 Wynton Jones RB
81 Tony Taibi WR
82 Kent Warren WR
84 Jake Gajda TE
85 Andrew Butts WR
87 Randall Cork WR
88 Jacob Newman K
89 Austin Etzler WR
90 John Guilford DL
92 Matthew McGinnis DL
93 John Giovenco DL
95 Nick Moffitt DL
96 Tom Dabertin Jr. TE
97 Patrick McArdle DL
98 Jake Simpson K
99 Wesley Manderscheid LS
Full Roster
J.J. Nunes

#24 J.J. Nunes

Pos. DB
Ht. 5-10
Wt. 180
Yr. So.
Hometown Baltimore, Md.
High School (Prev. School) Baltimore Lutheran

2015 All-PFL Honorable Mention
2014 All-PFL Honorable Mention

2016: Suffered a season-ending knee injury in the first game of his senior season on Sept. 3 at Illinois State... After the season, received an extra season of elgibility and the ability to return as a redshirt senior in 2017.

2015: Ranked as one of the Crusaders' top defensive players ... an Honorable Mention All-PFL honoree at defensive back ... finished second on the team with 76 tackles, including 48 solo stops ... tied for second among Valpo players with five pass breakups and ranked third with 4.5 tackles for loss ... forced two fumbles, recovered a fumble and intercepted a pass as well ... tallied season-high 10 tackles in back-to-back games Sept. 12 against Sacred Heart and Sept. 26 versus San Diego ... also forced a pair of fumbles and recovered a fumble versus Sacred Heart ... registered exactly nine tackles in three consecutive games - Oct. 10 at Drake, Oct. 17 against Dayton (eight solo) and Oct. 24 versus Stetson ... recorded an interception against Drake ... broke up two passes and totaled seven tackles Nov. 14 against Morehead State.

2014: Appeared in all 12 games for the Brown and Gold...experienced one of the biggest breakout seasons of any Crusader...accumulated 85 tackles, a forced fumble, and five pass breakups on the season...logged seven tackles - three solo - in his collegiate debut at Western Illinois on Aug. 28...recorded his first of three double-digit tackle games in Valpo's home opener versus St. Joseph's (Sept. 6), amassing 10 stops...broke up a pass attempt and registered a six-yard TFL in the Crusaders' 39-30 win over William Jewell (Sept. 20)...racked up four solo stops at Campbell (Sept. 27)...forced a fumble and registered five tackles versus Marist (Oct. 4)...accounted for three tackles versus Missouri Baptist (Oct. 11) in the Brown and Gold's 55-7 win over the Spartans on Homecoming...made eight tackles - five solo - against Drake on Oct. 18th...accumulated a season-high 15 tackles - nine solo - and a pass breakup at Morehead State (Oct. 25)...notched seven stops at Dayton (Nov. 1)...recorded 10 tackles - seven solo - versus Butler (Nov. 8) in the Crusaders' 17-3 victory over the Bulldogs...posted seven tackles at San Diego (Nov. 15)...broke up a pass and delivered four stops in Valpo's 27-13 triumph over Davidson in the season finale...finished the season 171st in FCS football in tackles per game (7.1)...received an All-PFL Honorable Mention nod.

Personal: J.J. is the son of John and Monique Nunes... He and his wife Sarah have one son, J.T... Majoring in philosophy of sport.