Tyrell Sutton Archbishop Hoban class of 2005 is currently a member of the Montreal Alouettes in the Canadian Football League. He spent time in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers, Carolina Panthers, and the Seattle Seahawks. He graduated with a degree in communications from Northwestern University, where he was named Sporting News’ National Offensive Freshman of the Year, Big Ten Freshman of the Year, a First Team Freshman All American, and was named to the Big Ten Team Three times. He ended his time at Northwestern second place in school history in rushing yards and all purpose yards for a career. As a Hoban Knight, Tyrell still owns OHSAA records for career rushing yards, with 9,426, and consecutive 100 yard rushing games, with 38. He scored 117 touchdowns during his time at Hoban, and was named Ohio’s Mr. Football in 2004. While wearing the blue and gold Tyrell lead the Knights to a 4-0 record against St. Vincent-St. Mary. In those four games he rushed for a combined 662 years and 8 touchdowns. His crowning moment in the series came during his senior season. Down 21-3 at halftime Sutton lead the mighty Knights on a furious comeback, rushing for 215 yards and 3 touchdowns in the second half alone. His final touchdown capped a 32-28 for a seventh straight victory for the Knights over Irish.