15 Gigous-bytes of Football

As we draw near to the end in our presentation of the 2016 Rhino Charge team set, we honor a player that only got to play one game in 2016, but, as always, he managed to leave everything he had on the field. Introducing a local high school legend-turned Hanover Rhino, card #41…




Rhino Charge XL

Card 40 of the Rhino Charge set is here, and it features a player who came to the Rhinos this year after being part of an incredible high school football season at a small school 7 years ago.


Card #39

Our 2nd Rhino Charge card of the week features a Rhinos veteran that made a huge impact in 2015. His impact in 2016 reached beyond the field, as he helped bring a key staff member aboard that is still a big part of the team. For the answer to who that person is, go to “Trivia” on the Rhino Charge home page for the answer.



Card #36

We’re midweek here at Rhino Charge, and we’re releasing our second-to-last card of the week. It features a player who toils hard on the field, doing the dirty work, and making the plays on special teams that often go unnoticed. Oh yeah, he also started a game at linebacker in 2016. Here he is…


The Architect of Interceptions

The player who is second on the Rhinos’ all-time list with 6 interceptions is the subject of today’s card, the 34th card in the 2016 team set. He led the Rhinos in interceptions in 2015, and tied for the team lead with Jack Isennock in 2016. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you…



Adam Bossman

Card #33 is the first to feature non-player personnel from 2016. This guy could quite possibly be called “Mr. Rhino” since he’s been with the team from day one, and filled almost every thinkable position within the organization. Can we get you to suit up in the mascot’s costume next year?


The Big Loov Returns

Earlier, you saw Dustin Lauver’s AFA All-Star card. Now, we release his Rhino Charge team set card. Even though they don’t pronounce his name right in Harrisburg, we still appreciate him here in Hanover.