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CSN National All-Stars, 9/21/2009

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Quarterback Mike Brown of Liberty, linebackers J.C. Sherritt of Eastern Washington and Ryan Consiglio of Chattanooga, and Florida A&M return specialist LeRoy Vann are the recipients of College Sporting News national Football Championship Subdivision honors for the week ending Sept. 21.

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Each of the honorees are listed here with their achievements and their school, position, height, weight, class and hometown.

Mike Brown, Liberty, QB, 6-0, 195, R-So., Charlottesville, Va.
In his first start at quarterback, Brown completed 29-of-36 passes for 256 yards and a touchdown, and carried the ball 20 times for 88 yards and a score to lead Liberty past Lafayette, 19-13. He scored the game’s first touchdown on a 1-yard run, then tossed a touchdown pass to put the Flames ahead, 14-0. Brown finished with 344 yards of total offensive, and his 80.6 completion percentage is the sixth-highest single-game percentage on Big South history based on a minimum of 15 completions. Brown’s 344 total offensive yards Saturday ranks as the 15th-best performance in the FCS this season.

J.C. Sherritt, Eastern Washington, LB, 5-10, 210, Jr., Pullman, WA
Junior linebacker J.C. Sherritt equaled the 16th-most tackles in school history with 16 versus Northern Colorado on Sept. 19. Three of them were for losses, including one on a third down play that forced the Bears to punt. He also recovered a fumble, one of four turnovers the Eagles forced in the 16-0 shutout. It was Eastern’s first shutout at Woodward Field since 1983. The Eagles have had six other shutouts since then either on the road or in Spokane, including a 34-0 win over UNC in 2006. Eastern also held the Bears to a 0-of-4 performance on fourth down, 4-of-14 on third down and had four sacks. Sherritt leads the Big Sky and ranks ninth in FCS with an average of just over 12 tackles per game (total of 37).

Ryan Consiglio, Chattanooga, LB, 6-1, 210, Fr., Franklin, TN
Consiglio, a freshman linebacker, recorded a career-high 12 tackles, which also tied for the game high, in the win at Presbyterian. He also grabbed his first career interception on the Blue Hose’s first offensive play. In addition, Consiglio, who hails from Franklin, Tenn., added his first career sack and pass break-up.

LeRoy Vann of Florida A&M, DB, 5-9, 185, Sr., Tampa, FL
Vann recorded two punt returns for touchdowns in the Rattlers win over the Rams. His two returns, one for 95 and another for 80 yards, aided him towards breaking FAMU’s career record for punt returns for touchdowns with five total. It was the second week in a row that Vann returned a pair of returns for touchdowns.