Mark Iannotti
    Mark  Iannotti


    Schaumburg, Ill.

    High School:

    Last College:
    Eastern Michigan

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 220





    Iannotti named to NFF Hampshire Honor Society

    Iannotti graduated in December after leading nation in total offense in 2015


    Iannotti named to FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team

    Finalist for $5,000 postgraduate scholarship


    Iannotti, Reed, Allen named to MVFC All-Academic Team

    Iannotti and Reed named to First Team


    Iannotti, Reed named first-team Academic All-District

    Iannotti holds 3.89 GPA; Reed holds 3.85 GPA


    Allen, Iannotti named to CFPA midseason watch lists

    Austin Johnson recognized by Fred Mitchell Award


    Photo Gallery at Western Illinois

    Photo Gallery at Western Illinois, Oct. 3, 2015


    2015 Fall Camp: Day Two

    Photos from the second day of fall camp.


    Football vs. Illinois State

    Football vs. Illinois State Nov. 22, 2014

    2015 (Senior)
    2015 Game-by-Game
    First-team All-MVFC...First-team Academic All-District...First-team MVFC Scholar-Athlete team selection...Led FCS in total offense per game...Set MVFC regular-season record for total offense (2nd in MVFC history overall)...Finished ninth in National Offensive Player of the Year voting...MVFC Offensive Player of the Year runner-up...SIU single-season records for total offense, passing offense and rushing yards by a quarterback...SIU single-game record 517 yards total offense at Indiana, earning MVFC and National Offensive Player of the Week honors...His 517 yards total offense at Indiana ranks second in MVFC single-game history...Had 427 yards passing at Indiana State and 411 yards passing at Indiana, two of three 400+ yard passing games in SIU history...Only player in SIU history with 400 yards passing and 100 yards rushing in the same game (411 and 106 at Indiana)...Averaged more yards total offense individually than 47 (of 123) FCS teams as a whole...Holds two of top-10 single-game total offense games in MVFC history (only player with two of top 10)...Led MVFC in total offense, passing yards, passing touchdowns and total touchdowns...Led SIU to No. 1 in MVFC in total offense, passing offense and scoring offense.

    2014 (Junior)
    2014 Game-by-Game
    Played in all 12 games and started 10...Named to MVFC All-Newcomer team...Tied a single-game record with six touchdown passes against Southeast Missouri...Ranked fourth in the MVFC in passing efficiency (139.8), fourth in passing touchdowns (22), fifth in passing yards per game (186.8) and sixth in total offense (197.9)...Tied for third in school history with 22 touchdown passes...Fourth in school history in number of 250-yard passing games (4), pass completions (201) and completion percentage (63.0)...Sixth in school history with 2,375 yards of total offense...Named CFPA National Offensive Player of the Week after going 15-for-21 with 236 yards and a school-record six touchdown passes against SEMO...Also earned MVFC Newcomer of the Week and College Sports Madness MVFC Offensive Player of the Week after the SEMO game...Threw for 2,241 yards and 22 touchdowns...Completed 63 percent of his passes...Also rushed for 134 yards and three touchdowns...Had at least one touchdown pass in 11 of 12 games...Threw for a season-high 272 yards in back-to-back weeks at Purdue and against Western Illinois...Had six games with at least 230 yards passing...Along with Ryan West, helped SIU break a single-season record for touchdown passes (29)...Named CFPA Honorable Mention National Quarterback of the Week after passing for 266 yards and three touchdowns against Illinois State, while rushing for 49 yards and another touchdown....Received the MVFC Commissioner's Academic Excellence Award, which re­quires a minimum GPA of 3.2 for the previous two semesters.

    Prior to SIU

    Spent three years at Eastern Michigan...Redshirted in 2011...In 2013, played in 12 games and attempted one pass.

    High School
    Helped the Saxons claim a share of the Mid-Suburban West title and reach the second round of the Class 7A state playoffs in 2010....As a senior, was 135-for-201 passing for 1,398 yards, with 12 touchdowns and three interceptions and rushed for 1,052 yards and 11 TDs...Completed 67 percent of his passes...As a junior, quarterbacked the Saxons to a playoff berth going 101-for-178 passing for 1,201 yards with nine TDs and 11 INTs and he rushed for 591 yards and seven TDs....Honor roll student every semester.

    Born on July 27, 1993...Son of Anthony Iannotti and Gail McMullen...Majoring in marketing.