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 FIRST TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Armanti Edwards, junior, 6-feet, 185 pounds, Appalachian State.
Running backs - Herb Donaldson, senior, 5-11, 225, Western Illinois; Rashad Jennings, senior, 6-1, 230, Liberty.
Wide receivers - John Matthews, senior, 6-0, 203, San Diego; Ramses Barden, senior, 6-6, 225, Cal Poly.
Linemen - Colin Dow, senior, 6-5, 300, Montana; Joel Bell, senior, 6-8, 3-8, Furman; Cornelius Lewis, senior, 6-5, 310, Tennessee State; Scott Lemn, senior, 6-3, 285, James Madison; Stephen Field, senior, 6-1, 280, Cal Poly.
Tight end - Scott Sicko, junior, 6-3, 225, New Hampshire.
All-purpose player - Larry Warner, senior, 5-5, 169, Southern Illinois.
Kicker - Andrew Wilcox, senior, 6-2, 231, Elon.
Defense
Linemen - Greg Peach, senior, 6-2, 250, Eastern Washington; Larry Hart, junior, 6-1, 252, Central Arkansas; Jovan Belcher, senior, 6-2, 228, Maine; John Faletoese, senior, 6-3, 290, UC Davis.
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Defensive backs - K.J. Gerard, senior, 6-1, 180, Northern Arizona; Ladarius Webb, senior, 5-11, 180, Nicholls State; Colt Anderson, senior, 5-11, 180, Montana ; Mark Legree, sophomore, 6-0, 200, Appalachian State.
Punter - Brett Arnold, senior, 6-0, 185, Massachusetts.
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SECOND TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Rodney Landers, senior, James Madison.
Running backs - Toddrick Pendland, junior, McNeese State; Trevyn Smith, junior, Weber State.
Wide receivers - Andre Roberts, junior, The Citadel; Terrell Hudgins, junior, Elon.
Linemen - Raymond Harrison, senior, South Carolina State; Matthew McCracken, junior, Richmond; Tim Silver, senior, Richmond; Nick Hennessey, senior, Colgate; Jonathan Bieschke, senior, Appalachian State.
Tight end - Clay Harbor, junior, Missouri State.
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Kicker - Taylor Long, senior, Eastern Kentucky.
Defense
Linemen - James Ruffin, junior, Northern Iowa; Scott Vossler, senior, Dayton; Greg Miller, senior, Villanova; Pierre Walters, senior, Eastern Illinois.
Linebackers - Chris Covington, senior, Georgia Southern; Andy Roman, senior, Lafayette; Bobby Abare, senior, Yale.
Defensive backs - Marcus Haywood, senior, James Madison; Dominique Johnson, senior, Jackson State; Dontrell Miller, junior, Tennessee-Martin; Charles Graves, junior, Delaware.
Punter - Robbie Dehaze, senior, Northern Arizona.
THIRD TEAM
Offense
Quarterback - Cameron Higgins, sophomore, Weber State.
Running backs - William Ford, junior, South Carolina State; David Sinisi, junior, Monmouth, N.J.
M; Cameron Luke, senior, Texas State.
Linemen - Brad Samsa, senior, Youngstown State; Eman Naghavi, senior, McNeese State; Derek Wooten, senior, Wofford; Jon Compas, senior, UC Davis; James Williams, junior, Harvard.
Tight end - Abner Brown, senior, Mississippi Valley State.
All-purpose player - Williams Osborne, junior, Texas Southern.
Kicker - Andrew Samson, sophomore, Pennsylvania.
Defense
Linemen - Kevin Walsh, senior, Monmouth; Austen Lane, junior, Murray State; Everette Pedescleaux, senior, Northern Iowa; Tim Knicky, junior, Stephen F. Austin.
Linebackers - Jeffrey Williams, sophomore, Gardner-Webb; Jarrell Guyton, senior, Morgan State; Andy Schantz, senior, Portland State.
Defensive backs - Philip Ashley, junior, Charleston Southern; Tommy Connors, junior, SE Louisiana; Nick Schommer, senior, North Dakota State; Carnell Clark, junior, Jacksonville State.
Punter - Doug Spada, junior, SE Missouri State.

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