FIRST TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Ricky Santos, senior, 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, New Hampshire.
Running backs - Omar Cuff, senior, 5-10, 195, Delaware; Jayson Foster, senior, 5-9, 164, Georgia Southern.
Wide receivers - Ramses Barden, junior 6-6, 228, Cal Poly; Terrell Hudgins, junior, 6-2, 226, Elon.
Linemen - Kerry Brown, senior, 6-6, 290, Appalachian State; Chad Rinehart, senior, 6-5, 310, Northern Iowa; Mitch Erickson, senior, 6-6, 290, South Dakota State; Brennan Carvalho, 6-1, 310, senior, Portland State; Demetrius Bell, senior, 6-5, 263, Northwestern State.
Tight end - Blake Martin, senior, 6-3, 235, Sam Houston State.
All-purpose player - Jeremy Gilchrist, junior, 5-10, 174, Hampton.
Kicker - Jon Striefsky, junior, 6-1, 185, Delaware.
Defense
Linemen - Kroy Biermann, senior, 6-3, 241, Montana; Eric Bakhtiari, senior, 6-4, 260, San Diego; Bryan Smith, 6-2, 230, McNeese State; Brian Johnston, 6-5, 280, Gardner-Webb.
Linebackers - Bobby Daly, senior, 6-1, 215, Montana State; Brian Bradford, senior, 6-2, 235, Towson; Brannon Carter, senior, 6-3, 233, Northern Iowa.
Defensive backs - Tony LeZotte, senior, 6-0, 200, James Madison; Corey Lynch, senior, 6-0, 205, Appalachian State; Bobbie Williams, senior, 6-1, 210, Bethune-Cookman; Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, senior, 6-2, 180, Tennessee State.
Punter - Chris MacDonald, senior, 6-4, 215, Texas State.
SECOND TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Josh Johnson, senior, San Diego.
Running backs - Tim Hightower, senior, Richmond; Tyler Roehl, junior, North Dakota State
Wide receivers - Eddie Cohen, senior, Western Carolina; Aaron Boyce, sophomore, Eastern Washington
Offensive linemen - Nate Safe, senior, North Dakota State; Matt Austin, senior, Massachusetts; Jesse Padilla, senior, Lafayette; David Hale, senior, Weber State; Brad Samsa, junior, Youngstown State.
Tight end - Matt Champa, senior, Dayton.
All-purpose player - Larry Shipp, senior, Tennessee Tech
Kicker - Dan Carpenter, senior, Montana.
Defense
Defensive line - Kendall Langford, senior, Hampton; Rudolph Hardie, senior, Howard; Jovan Belcher, junior, Maine; Greg Peach, junior, Eastern Washington.
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Punter - Benjamin Dato, senior, Fordham.
THIRD TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Eric Sanders, senior, Northern Iowa.
Running backs - Herb Donaldson, junior, Western Illinois; Mike McLeod, senior, Yale.
Wide receivers - Tremayne Kirkland, senior, Portland State; Andre Roberts, freshman, Citadel.
Linemen - Mike Byrne, senior, Delaware; Stephen Field, junior, Cal Poly; Matt Alfred, senior, Eastern Washington; James Lee, senior, South Carolina State; Brandon Keith, senior, Northern Iowa.
Tight end - Clay Harbor, sophomore, Missouri State.
All-purpose player - J.T. Rogan, junior, San Diego.
Kicker - Gavin Halliford, junior, Jacksonville State.
Defense
Linemen - Marcus Dixon, senior, Hampton; Pierre Walters, junior, Eastern Illinois; Robert Brown, junior, Wagner; Gary Tharrington, sophomore, Appalachian State.
Linebackers - Joe Mays, senior, North Dakota State; Jason Hatchell, senior, Massachusetts; Ronnie McCullogh, senior, Bethune-Cookman.
Defensive backs - Steven Williams, senior, Harvard; Tyler Koch, senior, South Dakota State; David Hyland, junior, Morehead State; K.J. Gerard, junior, Northern Arizona.
Punter - Tyler Johnson, senior, Montana.

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