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01/10/18- Quin Ficklin, rJr, Utah State, 6-2, 290
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Quin Ficklin, Jr., OL,...Ficklin, a 6-2, 290-pound junior offensive lineman from Mesa, Ariz. (Red Mountain HS/BYU), started all 12 games at center and had an overall performance grade of 93 percent for the season, which ranked first on the team. During the year, he graded out at 96 percent in effort, 89 percent in assignment and 82 percent in technique as he allowed just one sack in 12 games. He also recorded a team-best 49 knockdowns during the year, including a season-high 11 against Wyoming. - Utah State Football

01/09/18- Deontae Crumitie, rJr, Troy, 6-2, 296
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Deontae Crumitie (Troy, OL, Jr.),... Crumitie and Crowder, Troy's starting center and right guard, combined to allow just three sacks between them in more than 1,500 snaps played. - Troy Football

01/09/18- Aaron Brewer, So, Texas State, 6-2, 270
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Aaron Brewer (Texas State, OL, So.),...Brewer is one of the most versatile and talented offensive linemen in the Sun Belt Conference. He is a two-year starter for the Bobcats and began the season on the Rimington Trophy Watch List before switching positions to right guard after the first five games. He played at that position for the next five games before finishing the final two games as the starting left tackle. He demonstrated his athleticism at Arkansas State when he ran for seven yards after catching a lateral pass. The top offensive linemen at Texas State during the last two years, Brewer led the Bobcats with 68 knockdowns in 2017. He also finished 27 plays with strain blocks, which are defined as blocks through the whistle or finishing blocks. - Texas State Football

01/09/18- Bradley Bozeman, rSr, Alabama, 6-5, 314
Alabama's national championship win over Georgia in Atlanta Monday night brought a lot of people to their knees as one of the most dramatic college football finales in history. Most will remember and some will revile the decisive 41-yard touchdown pass from true freshman Tua Tagovailoa to fellow freshman DeVonta Smith to overcome what was a 13-point deficit in the third quarter, as well as a 51-yard field goal by Georgia's Rodrigo Blankenship. But that is not what brought 6-foot-5, 304-pound Alabama center Bradley Bozeman to his knees after the Crimson Tide's 26-23 overtime win. As caught by various media in the post-game celebration, Bozeman got down on one knee to propose to Nikki Hegstetter, another stunning Alabama athlete. He offered her a ring. No, not his national championship ring. An engagement ring, along with the proposal of marriage. She said yes.

Those who believe genetics are important for, say, athletics, then make note. Hegstetter is the 6-2, forward and captain of the Alabama women's basketball team. Meantime she is pursuing a master's degree in marketing and Bozeman is rated as one of the top five centers in the 2018 draft by NFLDraftScout.com. For some college football fans, Bozeman's proposal may bring back memories of another sensational college playoff game -- the 2007 Fiesta Bowl -- when Boise State running back Ian Johnson proposed to school cheerleader Chrissy Popadics. That also followed a remarkable comeback win that featured several trick plays, including Johnson's two-point PAT on a Statue of Liberty play in Boise State's historic 43-42 upset of Oklahoma State. - The Sports Xchange

01/08/18- Jacob Still, rFr, Arkansas State, 6-0, 297
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Jacob Still (Arkansas State, OL, Fr.),...Representing the squad as honorable mention selections were Omar Bayless (Soph., WR), B.J. Edmonds (Soph. DB), Dee Liner (Sr., DL) and Jacob Still (Fr., OL). - Arkansas State Football

01/07/18- Curtis Rainey, Jr, Georgia Southern, 6-1, 290
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Curtis Rainey (Georgia Southern, OL, Jr.),...Fields led the Eagles with 811 rushing yards and five scores while Werts set new school records for passing yards by a freshman (929) and total offense by a freshman quarterback (1,651). Rainey had over 30 knockdown blocks for a line that helped pave the way for the Sun Belt's leading rushing offense and Johnson III had 6.5 tackles for loss and 4.0 sacks as a true freshman at the defensive end spot. - Georgia Southern Football

01/05/18- *James Daniels, Jr, Iowa, 6-3, 295
Iowa confirmed the departures of cornerback Josh Jackson, center James Daniels and reserve quarterback Tyler Wiegers. The Hawkeyes say in a release that Jackson and Daniels intend to declare for the NFL draft, while Eastern Michigan announced this week that Wiegers is joining its program as a graduate transfer. Jackson led the nation with eight interceptions and 26 passes defended and earned consensus first-team All-America honors in his first season as a starter. Daniels might be as big of a loss as Jackson. Daniels started 25 games in three seasons at Iowa, anchoring a line that struggled at times in 2016. - AP College Football

01/04/18- Patrick Morris, rSr, Texas Christian, 6-2, 295
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Offensive line: Patrick Morris, TCU (Alamo): Morris helped TCU gain 488 yards and erase a 21-3 deficit in a 39-37 victory over Stanford. Morris was credited with helping TCU contain Stanford's Harrison Phillips, who made over 100 tackles this season but had just three stops in the Alamo Bowl. - AP College Football

01/04/18- David Forney, So, Navy, 6-2, 318
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Offensive line: David Forney, Navy (Military): Forney had a team-high 13 knockdowns while helping Navy rush for 452 yards in a 49-7 blowout of Virginia. - AP College Football

01/03/18- Nick Linder, rSr, Indiana, 6-3, 300
Offensive lineman Nick Linder has decided to play his final college season with the Indiana Hoosiers. Hoosiers coach Tom Allen made the announcement Monday. The 6-foot, 300-pound graduate transfer started 26 games with the Miami Hurricanes - 22 at center including the first nine in 2016 before he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury. He will be eligible to play this fall. Linder also started four games at left guard as a true freshman. He did not play last season. Linder's older brother, Brandon, is the starting center for the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars. He is a native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. - AP College Football

01/03/18- Devin Farrior, rSr, Southern Miss, 6-3, 304
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL - Devin Farrior, Sr., Southern Miss,...Farrior was the starting center all season after minimal experience with it in his career. He did not allow a sack all season and helped both quarterbacks Kwadra Griggs and Keon Howard to three-game win streaks during the season. - Southern Miss Football

01/02/18- Trey Martin, rSr, Rice, 6-2, 300
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): OL - Trey Martin, Sr., Rice,...Anderson started all 12 games on the offensive line and Martin was the only offensive lineman in the country to have at least 128 snaps in pass protection and not allow a single quarterback pressure. - Rice Football

01/02/18- Nick Clarke, rJr, Old Dominion, 6-3, 312
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): OL - Nick Clarke, Jr., Old Dominion,...Clarke started all 12 games at center for the second-straight season, and has started 31-straight for the Monarchs. The honorable mention honor is the first of his career. Clarke played all but one snap on offense this season. - Old Dominion Football

01/02/18- Sosaia Mose, rSo, North Texas, 6-1, 276
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): OL - Sosaia Mose, R-So., North Texas,...Eight other Mean Green student-athletes garnered honorable mention plaudits: senior offensive lineman T.J. Henson, junior offensive lineman Jordan Murray, redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Elex Woodworth, redshirt sophomore center Sosaia Mose, sophomore receiver Michael Lawrence, junior defensive lineman Roderick Young, redshirt junior linebacker E.J. Ejiya, and senior safety Kishawn McClain. - North Texas Football

01/02/18- Levi Brown, rSo, Marshall, 6-3, 290
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL - Levi Brown, R-So., Marshall,...Marshall Football had 13 student-athletes recognized by Conference USA Tuesday as the league's all-conference and all-freshman honors were announced. Both lists are voted on solely by C-USA's 14 head coaches, who are not permitted to vote for their own student-athletes. The second team welcomed center Levi Brown, defensive lineman Ryan Bee, linebacker Chase Hancock, safety Malik Gant and kick returner Keion Davis. - Marshall Football

01/01/18- Antonyo Woods, rSr, Florida Atlantic, 6-3, 295
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL - Antonyo Woods, Sr., Florida Atlantic,...On the offensive side of the ball, "Motor" Devin Singletary earned a top team nod, as did three-fifths of the offensive line that creates the holes for him: left tackle Reggie Bain, left guard Roman Fernandez and center Antonyo Woods. At the time of nomination, the trio in front of him had a combined 27 pancakes and 67 knockdowns, and the unit as a whole (along with right guard Jakobi Smith and right tackle Brandon Walton) has allowed just 15 sacks, with all five starting all 13 games. It is also the first time in C-USA history that three members of the same offensive line were voted First Team. - Florida Atlantic Football

12/30/17- Chandler Miller, rJr, Tulsa, 6-2, 293
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): C Chandler Miller, Tulsa, Jr.,...Brewer is Tulsa's lone first-team selection, while fellow senior defensive end Jeremy Smith earned second-team accolades, along with juniors Justin Hobbs (WR), Tyler Bowling (OG) and Chandler Miller (Center). Senior offensive tackle Evan Plagg and junior safety McKinley Whitfield earned honorable mention honors. The junior trio of the 6'4" Hobbs, 6'6" Bowling and 6'3" Miller started all 12 games this season. Bowling at left guard and Miller at center were stalwarts on an offensive line that paved the way for the nation's 16th-ranked rushing offense. - Tulsa Football

12/30/17- Evan Brown, Sr, Southern Methodist, 6-2, 307
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): C Evan Brown, SMU, Sr.,...Rimington Trophy and Outland Trophy Watch List selection Brown started all 12 games for the Mustangs this season. He helped lead SMU to a top-10 ranking with a 40.2 scoring offense, with top-20 numbers in first down offense (11th, 292), total offense (12th, 493.8) and passing offense (16th, 308). - SMU Football

12/29/17- Cameron Ruff, rSr, South Florida, 6-2, 320
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): C Cameron Ruff, USF, Sr.,...Ruff, the co-president of USF's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, has started 24 straight games, including two at guard to start the 2017 season. He helped the Bulls offense total 5,595 yards so far on the year, marking the Bulls' third straight season with 5,500 or more yards and the third-best season in program history. - South Florida Football

12/29/17- Gabe Kuhn, rSr, Memphis, 6-4, 294
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OG Gabe Kuhn, Memphis, Sr.,...Senior has blocked for the four highest scoring offenses in program history. The Tigers have scored 517 points in 11 games this season, the second-most for a season in program history...The Tigers have amassed 5,825 total yards of offense this season, the third most in program history...Kuhn has been effective in helping protect QB Riley Ferguson. The Tigers rank seventh in the FBS in sacks allowed at just one a game. - Memphis Football

12/28/17- Jordan Johnson, So, Central Florida, 6-1, 320
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): C Jordan Johnson, UCF, So.,...The Knights hauled in an American Athletic Conference record 16 All-Conference honors, highlighted by Offensive Player of the Year McKenzie Milton and Coach of the Year Scott Frost. The Knights put 16 players on the First and Second Teams, the most by any team in the history of The American. UCF's nine First Team honorees was also a record for the league. Johnson appeared in and started all 12 games at center...Switched from guard to center prior to the season. - Central Florida Football

12/27/17- John Keenoy, Jr, Western Michigan, 6-2, 300
2017 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Offensive Linemen - John Keenoy, Western Michigan,...Started all 11 games played at center. Was on the preseason watch lists for the Rimington Trophy and the Outland Trophy. Second Team All-MAC selection last season. Broncos rank 23rd in the nation in rushing offense with 224.8 yards rushing per game. - Western Michigan Football

12/27/17- Jake Pruehs, Sr, Ohio, 6-1, 316
2017 ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Offensive Lineman - Jake Pruehs, Ohio,...Pruehs, Anderson and Lowery have started all 12 games this season and helped anchor the offensive line for the Bobcats which set records in total points scored (467), points per game (38.9), rushing touchdowns (40) and 2,930 yards on the ground which ranks sixth all-time at Ohio. Ohio's total offense number of 5,171 yards ranks fifth all-time at Ohio and the Bobcats have had a 100-yard rusher 10 times this season. - Ohio Football

12/26/17- J.P. Quinn, rSr, Central Michigan, 6-3, 295
2017 ALL-MAC THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Offensive Lineman JP Quinn, Central Michigan,...Quinn, a senior from Naperville, Ill., has started all 12 of the Chippewas' games, 10 at center, one at right guard, and the other at left guard. He has made 27 starts in his career, 25 of them consecutively. - Central Michigan Football

12/26/17- James OHagan, rJr, Buffalo, 6-2, 305
2017 ALL-MAC THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Offensive Lineman James O'Hagan, Buffalo,...The Bulls placed two players on the All-MAC Third Team, including O'Hagan, who was also a third-team selection last year. The junior center has been the anchor of the Bulls offensive line, starting every game this season. Buffalo has run 400 pass plays on the year and have only allowed 17 sacks. - Buffalo Football

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