BSN 2014 Preseason FCS All America Football Team

BSN 2014 Preseason FCS All America Football Team

July 1, 2014 –  BSN is proud to announce our 2014 Preseason FCS All America Football Team.   The 2014 Preseason All America Football Team was chosen based on returning All Americans from the 2013 BSN All America Football Team, highest vote recipients in the 2013 BSN All American Voting, statistics, and game evaluations.  The 2013 BSN All American team was selected based on votes by college sports information directors and college coaches.  Every school was given the opportunity to have two votes.   Along with the 2014 BSN Preseason All America Football Team award winners, you can find a list of the 2014 Preseason All Conference selections by BSN.


BSN 2014 Preseason FCS All America Football Team


1st Team

Pos Player College YR HT WT
QB Michael Nebrich Fordham SR 6’1 198
QB Vernon Adams Eastern Washington JR 6’0 190
RB DaMarcus James Jacksonville State SR 5’10 220
RB Zach Zenner South Dakota State SR 6’0 220
FB Emmanuel Holder Towson JR 5’11 255
WR Zach Vraa North Dakota State SR 6’2 203
WR Cooper Kupp Eastern Washington SO 6’2 195
WR Sam Ajala Fordham SR 6’0 194
WR RJ Harris New Hampshire SR 6’0 200
ATH Shepherd Little Eastern Illinois JR 5’10 198
TE Jeff LePak Eastern Illinois SR 6’6 222
TE MyCole Pruitt Southern Illinois SR 6’3 250
OT Chad Hamilton Coastal Carolina SR 6’3 305
OG Collin Seibert Eastern Illinois SR 6’4 277
OC Max Holcombe Jacksonville State SR 6’3 290
OG Clayton Truitt Charleston Southern SR 6’4 295
OT Mason Halter Fordham SR 6’6 282
DL Davis Tull Chattanooga SR 6’3 240
DL Ryan Delaire Towson SR 6’4 250
DL Troy Moore Sacred Heart SR 6’3 285
DL Anthony Bass Tennessee State SR 6’2 230
LB Stephen Hodge Fordham SR 6’0 202
LB Nick Thrasher Tennesse State SR 6’2 240
LB Lynden Trail Norfolk State SR 6’7 260
LB Quinn Backus Coastal Carolina SR 5’10 215
CB Avery Boykin Mississippi Valley State SR 6’0 190
CB Darrin Marrow Norfolk State SR 6’1 190
S Jaquiski Tartt Samford SR 6’1 218
S Daniel Fitzpatrick Tennesse State SR 6’2 210
S Caleb Schaffitzel Missouri State SR 6’0 214
K Alex Catron Coastal Carolina SR 6’2 160
K Anthony Prevost Hampton SO 5’6 160
P Kyle Loomis Portland State SR 6’2 210
KR Xavier Roberson SE Louisiana JR 5’9 170
KR/PR Adrian Wilkins NC Central JR 5’8 170


2nd Team

Pos Player College YR HT WT
QB Bryan Bennett SE Louisiana SR 6’3 205
QB John Robertson Villanova JR 6’1 215
RB Keshaudas Spence Sacred Heart SR 5’10 230
RB David Johnson Northern Iowa SR 6’3 225
ATH Rob Hollomon Central Connecticut SR 5′ 8 170
WR Andrew Robustelli Jacksonville SR 6’2 210
WR Reggie Bell San Diego SR 6’0 195
WR DeAndre Carter Sacramento State SR 5’9 185
WR Tre McBride William & Mary SR 6’1 200
FB Ed Pavalko Colgate SR 6’0 246
TE Dan Light Fordham SR 6’4 232
TE Kevin Vaadeland North Dakota State SR 6’4 245
OT Antoine Everett McNeese State SR 6’3 304
OG Isaac Sampson Alcorn State JR 6’5 367
OC Austin Gund Richmond SR 6’3 305
OG Johnathan Smith Jackson State SR 6’3 280
OT Jack Rummells Northern Iowa SR 6’5 301
DL Andrew Carter South Carolina State SR 6’1 240
DL Xavier Williams Northern Iowa SR 6’4 311
DL Derrick Billups Alabama State SR 6’2 310
DL Zach Hodges Harvard SR 6’3 235
LB Kourtney Berry Alabama State SO 6’0 210
LB Tony Bell UT Martin SR 6’1 200
LB Christian Kuntz Duquesne JR 6’2 210
LB Ronnie Hamlin Eastern Washington SR 6’2 235
CB Harlan Miller SE Louisiana JR 6’0 170
CB CJ Morgan Alcorn State SR 6’3 210
S Colten Heagle North Dakota State SR 5’11 202
S Jacob Hagen Liberty SR 6’3 205
S Donald Payne Stetson SO 6’1 203
K Sean Decloux Maine JR 6’2 184
K Michael Marando Fordham SR 5’7 175
P Eric Enderson Delaware SO 6’1 210
KR Shawn Johnson Montana State SR 5’9 175
PR Kevin Johnson Lamar SR 6’0 210


3rd Team

Pos Player College YR HT WT
QB Alex Ross Coastal Carolina JR 6’1 200
QB Quinn Epperly Princeton SR 6’1 220
QB Jacob Huesman Chattanooga JR 6’1 215
RB Omar Osbourne Albany SR 6’1 195
RB Christian Reyes Charleston Southern SR 5’10 218
ATH Greg McGhee Howard SR 6’3 208
WR Adam Drake Eastern Illinois SR 6’2 199
WR Kenny Cook Gardner Webb SR 6’4 210
WR Stephen Barnette Richmond SR 6’3 190
WR Jason Schneider South Dakota State SR 6’5 220
TE Jeff LePark Eastern Illinois SR 6’6 222
TE Faysal Shafaat Chattanooga SR 6’5 250
OT Donald Jackson Sam Houston State JR 6’2 270
OG Lonnie Rawles Bucknell SR 6’4 285
OC Andrew Edourad Bethune Cookman SR 6’2 295
OT Jaime Martinez Sacred Heart SR 6′ 4 340
OT Ned Daryoush Lehigh SR 6’4 290
DL Jonathan Woodard Central Arkansas JR 6’6 271
DL Mike Reilly William & Mary SR 6’4 265
DL Jeff Covitz Bryant SR 6’2 255
DL Zack Wagenmann Montana SR 6’3 250
LB Tanner Burch Gardner Webb SR 6’3 241
LB Christophe Mulumba Maine SO 6’1 235
LB Airek Green William & Mary SR 6’0 225
LB Kellen Sperduto Sacred Heart JR 6’1 220
CB Anthony Gaffney Princeton JR 6’3 200
CB Matt Smalley Lafayette JR 5’10 187
CB Tye Smith Towson SR 6′ 0 170
S Jourdan Wickliffe Eastern Illinois SR 6’1 195
S Mike Armiento Colgate SR 5’11 175
S Christian Carpenter Towson JR 6′ 2 185
K Warren Handrahan Samford SO 5’10 181
P Lawrence Forbes Morgan State SO 6’4 180
KR Ellis Henderson Montana JR 6’0 185
PR Antwan Eddie Robert Morris SR 5’10 180


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Dan Evans

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Catholic University Adjunct Professor (Sports Marketing)

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About Me Dan Evans serves as Chief Operating Officer for Beyond Sports Network. As the COO of Beyond Sports Network, Dan has many responsibilities and roles since taking the position in 2007. Dan handles the coordination, planning, and implementation of all BSN events and showcases. He also is the head of the Beyond Sports Network award selection committee which helps select BSN Athletes of the Week, BSN All American Teams, and Athlete Rankings for professional football prospects. Over the past six years, Dan has worked with coaches and scouts from the NFL, CFL, AFL, and Indoor Pro Teams to help them find and evaluate players for their teams. He also works closely with CEO Jimmy Kibble in developing social media strategies to increase network membership and web traffic. Dan is a contributing writer to the “Beyond the Sidelines” digital magazine as well as contributing to weekly BSN News. While serving as Beyond Sports Network COO, Dan has taught the last three spring semesters at Catholic University as an adjunct professor. He has taught Sports Marketing in the School of Business and Economics. In addition, Dan runs a leadership development business that focuses on helping small business owners increase profitability and develop leaders in their business. Dan Evans is a graduate of Paul VI High School in Fairfax, VA where he lettered in both football and basketball. In 1998, Dan set the WCAC and school record for receptions and yards receiving in a season. For his efforts, Dan was selected all Northern Region by the Fairfax Journal as well as being selected for Super 44 All Star Game. Since leaving Paul VI, Dan has been inducted into the school’s hall of fame. Dan went onto play college football at Catholic University in Washington DC where he finished as the school’s fifth all time leading receiver. Dan led the team in receiving during his sophomore and junior years. At Catholic Dan played for Tom Clark (Williamsburg), Rob Ambrose (Towson), and Tom Mullholland. He won Rookie of the Year and Senior Leadership awards during his career for the Cardinals. Dan graduated with a B.S. in Secondary Math Education and has served as a teacher in Prince William County Schools. Dan lives in Manassas with his wife Kelly and daughter Natalia.

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