LITTLE ALL-AMERICA TEAM
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
Quarterback - Zach Zulli, junior, 6-foot-2, 188 pounds, Shippensburg
Running backs - Franklyn Quiteh, junior, 5-10, 203, Bloomsburg; Michael Hill, senior, 5-11, 205, Missouri Western State; James Clay, senior, 5-10, 190, Mount St. Joseph.
Linemen - Garth Heikkinen, senior, 6-4, 315, Minnesota-Duluth; Manase Foketi, senior, 6-5, 320, West Texas A&M; Mark Jackson, senior, 6-5, 322, Glenville State; Ryan Schraeder, senior, 6-6, 305, Valdosta State; Curtis James, senior, 6-3, 304, St. Thomas, Minn.
Receivers - Jeff Janis, junior, 6-3, 215, Saginaw Valley; Isaiah Voegeli, senior, 6-0, 185, Merrimack.
All-purpose player - John Brown, junior, 5-11, 171, Pittsburg State.
Kicker - Sergio Castillo, junior, 5-11, 175, West Texas A&M.
DEFENSE
Linemen - Brandon Williams, senior, 6-3, 325, Missouri Southern; Ethan Westbrooks, junior, 6-4, 275, West Texas A&M; B.J. Stevens, junior, 6-2, 245, California, Pa.; D.J. Chappell, senior, 6-1, 285, Huntingdon.
Linebackers - Corey Johnson, senior, 5-10, 240, Catawba; Leron Furr, junior, 6-3, 220, Fort Valley State; Ronnell Williams, sophomore, 6-1, 230, West Chester.
Defensive backs - Rontez Miles, senior, 6-1, 210, California, Pa.; Nick Driskill, senior, 5-10, 205, Mount Union; Jack Moro, junior, 5-11, 190, St. Cloud State; Trelan Taylor, senior, 5-10, 195, Chadron State.
Punter - Taylor Accardi, senior, 6-2, 205, Colorado Mines.
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SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
Quarterback - Cameron Smith, senior, Winston-Salem.
Running backs - Rayon Simmons, senior, Winona State; Scottie Williams, senior, Elmhurst; Derrick Washington, senior, Tuskegee.
Linemen - Will Ferrell, junior, Hampden-Sydney; Ryan Jensen, senior, Colorado State-Pueblo; Brian Clarke, junior, Bloomsburg, Pa.; Kevin Day, senior, Carson-Newman; Markus Lawrence, senior, Winston-Salem.
Receivers - Brandon Boyle, junior, Castleton State; Chris Bowden, senior, Wingate.
All-purpose player - John Borsellino, senior, Benedictine.
Kicker - Allen Cain, senior, Texas Lutheran.
DEFENSE
Linemen - Zach Moore, junior, Concordia-St. Paul, Minn.; Jake Metz, junior, Shippensburg; David Bass, senior, Missouri Western; Clay Eaton, senior, Oberlin.
Linebackers - Javicz Jones, senior, Mary Hardin-Baylor; Corey Jones, senior, Lane; Kevin Lindholm, Chadron State.
Defensive backs - Nate DeJong, senior, Northwest Missouri; Zach Autenrieb, senior, Thomas More; Abdul Kenneh, senior, New Mexico Highlands; Markell Rice, senior, American International.
Punter - Randy Weich, senior, Wayne State, Neb.
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THIRD TEAM
OFFENSE
Quarterback - Kevin Burke, sophomore, Mount Union.
Running backs - Terrance Cobbs, junior, Cumberland, Ky.; Harvie Tuck, senior, Indiana, Pa.; Brandon Baker, junior, Carson-Newman.
Linemen - Macon Allan, senior, Missouri Western; Tom Knowlton, senior, Concordia-Moorhead; Dan Matha, senior, Indiana, Pa.; Ken Van Heule, senior, Midwestern State; Edmund Kugbila, senior, Valdosta State.
Receivers - Jasper Collins, senior, Mount Union; Ma'Quone Edmonds, senior, Indianapolis.
All-purpose player - Tyron Laughinghouse, senior, Saint Augustine.
Kicker - Sam Bockshus, junior, Minnesota-Mankato.
DEFENSE
Linemen - Dexter Davis, senior, Friends; Ridge Wilson, senior, West Alabama; Brad Davis, senior, Elizabeth City State; Tim Taylor, senior, Thiel.
Linebackers - Nate Dreiling, junior, Pittsburg State; Mike Hendrick, senior, Knox; Darius Wilson, senior, Central State.
Defensive backs - Phil Terio, sophomore, Salve Regina; C.J. Roberts, sophomore, Colorado State-Pueblo; Brandon Dixon, junior Northwest Missouri; Johnny Franco, senior, Indiana, Pa.
Punter - Christian Hallingstad, senior, Wisconsin-La Crosse.

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