On Thursday, the Associated Press announced its FCS All-American team for the 2016 college football season.
Leading the way on offense was Sam Houston State quarterback Jermiah Briscoe and Fordham running back Chase Edmonds. Overall, the rosters were dominated by traditional FCS powerhouses North Dakota State and Eastern Washington, despite the programs not reaching the same level of success this year.
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The full rosters for the AP FCS All-American Team can be seen below:
Quarterback — Jeremiah Briscoe, junior, 6-foot-3, 209 pounds, Sam Houston State.
Running backs — Chase Edmonds, junior, 5-9, 205, Fordham; Tarik Cohen, senior, 5-6, 170, North Carolina A&T State.
Linemen — Julie’n Davenport, senior, 6-7, 315, Bucknell; Jessamen Dunker, senior, 6-5, 290, Tennessee State; Zach Johnson, senior, 6-4, 331, North Dakota State; Landon Lechler, senior, 6-7, 298, North Dakota State; Mitchell Kirsch, 6-6, 300, senior, James Madison.
Tight end — Dallas Goedert, junior, 6-4, 250, South Dakota State.
Wide receivers — Cooper Kupp, senior, 6-2, 215, Eastern Washington; Karel Hamilton, senior, 6-1, 205, Samford.
All-purpose player — Detrez Newsome, junior, 5-10, 210, Western Carolina.
Kicker — Griffin Trau, sophomore, 5-8, 180, Richmond.
Linemen — P.J. Hall, junior, 6-1, 280, Sam Houston State; Karter Schult, senior, 6-4, 269, Northern Iowa; Tanoh Kpassagnon, senior, 6-7, 290, Villanova; Darius Jackson, junior, 6-3, 237, Jacksonville State
Linebackers — Dylan Cole, senior, 6-1, 240, Missouri State; Alex Scearce, senior, 6-3, 220, Coastal Carolina; Darius Leonard, junior, 6-3, 220, South Carolina State.
Defensive backs — Donald Payne, senior, 6-0, 223, Stetson; Cole Reyes, junior, 6-2, 215, North Dakota; Lorenzo Jerome, senior, 6-0, 195, Saint Francis (Pa.); Dee Delaney, junior, 6-1, 193, The Citadel.
Punter — Miles Bergner, senior, 6-0, 225, South Dakota.
Quarterback — Gage Gubrud, sophomore, Eastern Washington.
Running backs — Khalid Abdullah, senior, James Madison; Jonah Hodges, senior, San Diego.
Linemen — Corey Levin, senior, Chattanooga; Erik Austell, senior, Charleston Southern; Brandon Parker, junior, North Carolina A&T State; Casey Dunn, senior, Jacksonville State; Nick Demes, senior, Penn.
Tight end — Eric Saubert, senior, Drake.
Wide receivers — Brian Brown, senior, Richmond; Kamron Lewis, sophomore, St. Francis (Pa.).
All-purpose player — Rashard Davis, senior, James Madison.
Kicker — Lane Clark, sophomore, Tennessee State.
Linemen — Donovan McCray, senior, Grambling State; Keionta Davis, senior, Chattanooga; Anthony Ellis, junior, Charleston Southern; Derek Rivers, senior, Youngstown State.
Linebackers — Christian Kuntz, senior, Duquesne; Folarin Orimolade , senior, Dartmouth; Brett Taylor, junior, Western Illinois
Defensive backs — Mike Basile, junior, Monmouth; Casey DeAndrade, senior, New Hampshire; Deion Harris, junior, North Dakota; LeRoy Alexander, senior, Youngstown State.
Punter — Jake Ryder, senior, Towson.
Quarterback — Devlin Hodges, sophomore, Samford.
Running backs — Lenard Tillery, senior, Southern; Lorenzo Long, senior, Wofford.
Linemen — Taylor Gadbois, senior, Southeastern Louisiana; Anton Wahrby, senior, Wofford; Mark Spelman, senior, Illinois State; Jerry Ugokwe, senior, William & Mary; Max Rich, senior, Harvard.
Tight end — Andrew Vollert, junior, Weber State.
Wide receivers — Jake Wieneke, junior, South Dakota State; Troy Pelletier, junior, Lehigh.
All-purpose player — Jody Webb, senior, Youngstown State.
Kicker — Erik Medina, senior, Texas Southern.
Linemen — Pat Afriyie, junior, Colgate; Samson Ebukam, senior, Eastern Washington; Greg Menard, junior, North Dakota State; Winston Craig, senior, Richmond.
Linebackers — Garrett Dolan, junior, Houston Baptist; Darien Anderson, senior, Alcorn State; Chad Geter, senior, Gardner-Webb.
Defensive backs — Nick Gesualdi, junior, Cornell; Danny Johnson, junior, Southern; Xavier Coleman, senior, Portland State; Jaylen Hill, senior, Jacksonville State.
Punter — Tate Lewis, senior, Southern Utah