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American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) FCS All-America Team Announced
The American Football Coaches Association has selected an All-America team since 1945. The AFCA selects a 25-player team made up of 11 offensive players, 11 defensive players, a punter, a placekicker and an all-purpose player.
The offensive unit normally consists of two wide receivers, one tight end, four offensive linemen, one center, one quarterback and two runningbacks. On defense, four defensive linemen, three linebackers and four defensive backs are normally chosen.
On special teams, a punter, placekicker and an all-purpose player are chosen.
For selection purposes, offensive guards and tackles are grouped together as offensive linemen, fullbacks and runningbacks are grouped as runningbacks.
These numbers can change if there are more worthy candidates at one position than at another. For example, if there are four linebackers who deserve All-America honors and only three defensive linemen, a fourth linebacker may be substituted for a fourth defensive lineman.
WR – Terrell Hudgins, Elon
WR – Juamorris Stewart, Southern
TE – Scott Sicko, New Hampshire
OL – Levi Horn, Montana
OL – Matt McCracken, Richmond
C – Kyle Mutcher, Weber State
OL – Austin Howard, Northern Iowa
OL – Joe Gibbs, Tennessee-Martin
QB – Matt Nichols, Eastern Washington
RB – James Mallory, Central Connecticut State
RB – Pat Paschall, North Dakota State
DL – Christian Anthony, Grambling State
DL – Arthur Moats, James Madison
DL – Dane Fletcher, Montana State
DL – Adrian Tracy, William and Mary
LB – Jacque Roman, Appalachian State
LB – J.C. Sherritt, Eastern Washington
LB – Jake Lewko, Pennsylvania
DB – Mar LeGree, Appalachian State
DB – Charles Graves, Delaware
DB – Justin Rogers, Richmond
DB – Korey Lindsey, Southern Illinois
P – Pedro Ventura, Prairie View A&M
PK – Armando Cuko, Massachusetts
AP – LeRoy Vann, Florida A&M
By The American Football Coaches Association