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01/10/18- Dominik Eberle, So, Utah State, 6-1, 180
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): PK Dominik Eberle So. Utah State,...Eberle, a 6-2, 180-pound sophomore placekicker from Nuremberg, Germany (Redondo Union (CA) HS), leads the Mountain West and ranks sixth nationally in field goal percentage (.889), is third in the conference and ranks 35th in the nation in field goals made per game (1.33), and is eighth in the MW and 55th in the nation in scoring (7.8 ppg). He is 16-of-18 on field goal attempts this season, including 7-of-7 from 20-29 yards, 3-of-4 from 30-39 yards, 4-of-5 from 40-49 yards, and 1-of-1 from 50-plus yards, as those 16 made field goals are tied for the sixth-most in a single season in school history. He has also made all 45 of his extra points on the year to set a single-season school record for points scored by a kicker with 93, as those 45 extra points made rank tied for third and the 45 extra point attempts rank fourth all-time at USU for a single season.

Eberle also set a single-game school record for points scored by a kicker with 19 against San José State on Sept. 23, as he was 4-of-4 on field goal attempts (23, 52, 20, 27) and 7-of-7 on extra points, both of which are career highs. His 52-yard field goal against the Spartans was a career long and tied for the 10th-longest in school history, while his 19 points scored are the second-most in MW history by a kicker and the most by a non-senior. Eberle, who is one of three finalists for the Lou Groza Award as the top placekicker in the nation, has kicked off 69 times for 4,229 yards this season for an average of 61.3 yards per kickoff with 38 touchbacks, which is an average of 55.1 percent of the time. - Utah State Football

01/09/18- Bryce Crawford, Jr, San Jose State, 6-2, 223
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Bryce Crawford, Jr., PK,...Crawford became the first San Jose State placekicker to kick three field goals of 50 or more yards in a season and a career. He finished the season kicking five field goals of 50 or more yards including a career long of 53 yards against Utah State on September 23. A semifinalist for the Lou Groza Collegiate Placekicking Award, Crawford was 14-of-17 kicking field goals. He was 9-for-9 inside of 50 yards and 5-of-8 from 50 or more yards. For the second consecutive season, he led the Spartans in points scored finishing 2017 with 62. - San Jose State Football

01/09/18- Gavin Patterson, Jr, South Alabama, 5-07, 195
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Gavin Patterson (South Alabama, PK, Jr.),...Patterson, who hails from Bourbonnais, Ill., leads the conference after making 84.2 percent of his field-goal attempts while ranking second both in total field goals (16) and field goals per game (1.33); the junior is among the top 35 in the country in the latter category as well. He is also fourth in the league in scoring after leading USA with 74 points, ending the campaign tied for second on the school season record list for field-goal percentage, tied for third in field goals, and fifth in both extra points and scoring. Patterson made a career-high-tying three field goals in back-to-back games against Idaho and Louisiana Tech while connecting on multiple field goals in five contests this season. - South Alabama Football

01/08/18- Rodrigo Blankenship, rSo, Georgia, 6-0, 191
Georgia kicker Rodrigo Blankenship knows he's getting more looks these days and he knows it's for more than just being a clutch kicker. "It's the glasses," Blankenship said simply at Saturday's media day for the college football's national championship game. Yes, those glasses. When he has them, he looks like he could play the role of a fourth Hanson brother in Slap Shot. But hockey is not Blankenship's sport, it's football _ and he's producing. Blankenship has hit 17 of 20 field goals this season, including two at the Rose Bowl in the dramatic 54-48 win over Oklahoma as the Bulldogs (13-1) advanced to the title game Monday night against Alabama (12-1).

Blankenship set the Rose Bowl record with his 55-yard field goal right before halftime with Georgia trailing by two touchdowns. He also had made his only kick in overtime from 38 yards out before Sony Michel's 27-yard run won the game in the second extra period. "I guess it would have been late last year that the specs picked up a little bit of traction," said Blankenship, then a non-scholarship player who was 14 of 18 on kicks in 2016. But Blankenship said he leaves most of the hype to his father, Ken, who calls or emails his son anytime there's a story about his son's glasses on the field. "He gets more caught up in the all the articles, the blogs and all that stuff," he said. - AP College Football

01/08/18- Sawyer Williams, rSo, Arkansas State, 5-11, 202
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Sawyer Williams (Arkansas State, PK, RS-So.),...Joining Blaise Taylor on the third team for Arkansas State were Justin McInnis (Jr., WR), Jaypee Philbert (Sr., OL), Caleb Caston (Sr., DE), Sawyer Williams (Soph., K) and Cody Grace (Soph., P). - Arkansas State Football

01/07/18- Tyler Bass, rSo, Georgia Southern, 5-09, 175
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Tyler Bass (Georgia Southern, PK, RS-So.),...Bass, from Irmo, South Carolina, had big shoes to fill in replacing Lou Groza Award finalist Younghoe Koo, but he did just that. Bass made 15 of 19 field goals, including nine from 40 yards or longer. That total is the second-most in school history behind Tim Foley's 10 in 1987. Bass also was a hammer on kickoffs as 46 of his 54 kicks were touchbacks. For good measure, he punted twice with both going inside the 20-yard line with a long of 61 yards. - Georgia Southern Football

01/07/18- Cade Coffey, rFr, Idaho, 6-0, 189
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Cade Coffey (Idaho, P, RS-Fr.),...Coffey averaged 44.6 yards per punt on 66 attempts this season. His average is good for No. 2 in the Sun Belt and No. 9 in the FBS. More than 30 percent of Coffey's punts went for 50 yards, including a long of 68. The Rathdrum, Idaho, native pinned opponents inside the 20-yard line on 35 percent of his punts. He was twice named Sun Belt Special Teams Player of the Week. - Idaho Football

01/04/18- Jared Sackett, Fr, Texas-San Antonio, 6-0, 180
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): K - Jared Sackett, Fr., UTSA,...Sackett, a Lou Groza Award semifinalist who also was voted to the C-USA All-Freshman Team, made a school-record 19 field goals on 22 attempts (86.4 percent) in his debut season despite not kicking in the season opener at Baylor. A product of Timber Creek High School, he split the uprights on his first eight tries, was a perfect 3-for-3 in three different games and booted two or more field goals in seven of his 10 contests. Sackett was named C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 20 after he made all three attempts, including the game-winner from 40 yards with two seconds left, in the 9-7 victory against Marshall. The Fort Worth native leads C-USA and ranks third in the FBS with 1.9 field goals per game and he also is third in the league and 13th nationally in field goal percentage. - Texas-San Antonio Football

01/04/18- Justin Yoon, Jr, Notre Dame, 5-09, 192
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Kicker: Justin Yoon, Notre Dame (Citrus): Yoon was 2 of 2 on field-goal attempts with kicks of 46 and 49 yards while playing in a steady rain. - AP College Football

01/02/18- Parker Shaunfield, rJr, Southern Miss, 5-11, 170
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): K - Parker Shaunfield, Jr., Southern Miss,...Shaunfield this season broke the school's successful-PAT record of 87. For the season, he finished 17-for-20 on field goals, including 4-for-4 beyond 40 yards. At one point, he had a career-best 15 consecutive makes. Shaunfield also had a 4-for-4 game, including tying a then-career-high 49-yard kick to keep Southern Miss' comeback alive, in the double-overtime win at LA Tech. - Southern Miss Football

01/02/18- Canon Rooker, rSr, Middle Tennessee, 5-11, 192
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): K - Canon Rooker, Sr., Middle Tennessee,...This year's All-C-USA Honorable Mentions for MT are QB Brent Stockstill, OL Robert Behanan, OL Chandler Brewer, DL Walter Brady, LB D.J. Sanders, DB Reed Blankenship, DB Jovante Moffatt and K Canon Rooker. - Middle Tennessee Football

01/02/18- Trevor Moore, Sr, North Texas, 5-11, 187
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): K - Trevor Moore, Sr., North Texas,...Moore made 19 of 21 field goal attempts and was a perfect 52-for-52 on extra points. His 19 field goals tie a school record. North Texas' most decorated kicker in school history has made the third-most consecutive PATs among active FBS kickers (151 straight), and hit two game-winning field goals. He is 8-of-10 from 40-plus yards and a perfect 11-of-11 inside of 40. - North Texas Football

01/02/18- Jonathan Barnes, rSr, Louisiana Tech, 5-09, 182
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): K - Jonathan Barnes, Sr., Louisiana Tech,...Louisiana Tech also had 11 players named Conference USA Honorable Mention, including Jarred Craft (RB), Boston Scott (RB), Kam McKnight (WR/TE), Rhashid Bonnette (WR), Joshua Outlaw (OL), Ethan Reed (OL), Jordan Bradford (DL), Deldrick Canty (DE), Russell Farris (LB), Dae'Von Washington (LB) and Jonathan Barnes (K). - Louisiana Tech Football

01/02/18- Austin Seibert, Jr, Oklahoma, 5-09, 210
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Austin Seibert (P & STPofY),...Sophomore offensive lineman Bobby Evans, sophomore wide receiver Marquise Brown, freshman tight end Grant Calcaterra, senior linebacker Emmanuel Beal, senior defensive back Will Johnson, sophomore linebacker Caleb Kelly, Murray and Seibert (punter) were each named honorable mention at their respective positions. Head coach Lincoln Riley received honorable mention recognition for Big 12 Coach of the Year, while wide receiver CeeDee Lamb and running back Trey Sermon earned the same for Offensive Freshman of the Year. Anderson received votes for Offensive Newcomer of the Year and so did Seibert for Special Teams Player of the Year. - Oklahoma Football

01/02/18- Matt Ammendola, rSo, Oklahoma State, 5-09, 195
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Matt Ammendola (PK),...In addition to OSU's nine all-conference picks, 12 received honorable mention recognition, including Britton Abbott (fullback), Matt Ammendola (kicker), Keenen Brown (tight end), Calvin Bundage (linebacker), Crabtree (Offensive Lineman of the Year), Osborne (Defensive Lineman of the Year), Justin Phillips (linebacker), Ramon Richards (defensive back), Rudolph (Offensive Player of the Year), Zach Sinor (punter), Dillon Stoner (Offensive Freshman of the Year) and Chad Whitener (linebacker). - Oklahoma State Football

01/02/18- Austin Seibert, Jr, Oklahoma, 5-09, 210
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): PK Austin Seibert Oklahoma Jr. Belleville, Ill./Belleville West,...Six OU players were named to the All-Big 12 Second Team. Sophomore running back Rodney Anderson, junior offensive linemen Ben Powers and Dru Samia, and junior kicker Austin Seibert earned a spot on the offense, while senior defensive end D.J. Ward and senior defensive back Steven Parker were picked for the defense. - Oklahoma Football

01/01/18- Greg Joseph, rSr, Florida Atlantic, 6-0, 210
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): K - Greg Joseph, Sr., Florida Atlantic,...Placekicker Greg Joseph, long snapper "JR" John Clancy, Jr. and kick returner Kerrith Whyte, Jr. Joseph is third in the conference in total points scored (second among kickers) and fifth is scoring per game, and well as being the C-USA's leader in extra points (59, in 63 attempts). - Florida Atlantic Football

01/01/18- Jose Borregales, rFr, Florida International, 5-10, 206
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): K - Jose Borregales, R-Fr., FIU,...Borregales, a redshirt freshman, leads the Panthers in scoring with 82 points on the year which also ranks ninth in Conference USA. He has connected on 14-of-16 field goals and is a perfect 40-of-40 in point after touchdowns, making him just one of three kickers in C-USA that post a perfect PAT kick percentage. Borregales, whose 14 made field goals is third all-time in a single season at FIU, made 10 consecutive field goals from 9/8/17-10/28/17 which is the second-best streak in school history. - Florida International Football

12/29/17- Emilio Nadelman, rSr, South Florida, 5-06, 173
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): K Emilio Nadelman, USF, Sr.,...Nadelman set a USF season record with 20 field goals on the year and with 107 points scored stands two short of the USF season record of 109. Nadelman led the conference and ranked 24th nationally hitting 83.3 percent (20-24) of his field goal attempts, and led the conference and ranked sixth nationally making 1.82 field goals per game. Nadelman also led the conference and ranked 10th nationally accounting or 9.7 points per game. - South Florida Football

12/28/17- Matthew Wright, rJr, Central Florida, 5-11, 179
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): K Matthew Wright, UCF, Jr.,...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. Played in and started all 12 games as place kicker and kickoff specialist...Was 11-of-14 on field goals with a long of 47 yards...Went 76-for-77 on PATs, 76 straight made PATs ranks fourth in program history, .987 PAT percentage is the seventh most accurate in a single season...Scored more than 10 points in three games...Averaged 9.1 points per game...Hammered 98 kickoffs for an average of 59.7 yards and 23 touchbacks, including numerous pooch kicks. - Central Florida Football

12/27/17- Jameson Vest, Jr, Toledo, 5-09, 190
2017 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Placekicker - Jameson Vest, Toledo,...Vest leads the MAC and is second in the country with 24 field goals. He also tops the MAC in field-goal percentage, having made 24 of his 28 attempts (85.7%). - Toledo Football

12/27/17- Louie Zervos, rSo, Ohio, 5-09, 174
2017 ALL-MAC THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Placekicker - Louie Zervos, Ohio,...Zervos has gone 15-18 on field goals this season including going 8-9 from 40-49 yards. His longest field goals this season were 46-yards against Akron and Kansas. Zervos has also gone 56-57 on PAT and ranks third in the MAC in scoring. - Ohio Football

12/26/17- Jake Suder, rJr, Bowling Green, 5-10, 176
2017 ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Placekicker – Jake Suder, Bowling Green,...Suder had one of the greatest kicking seasons in BGSU history, going 18-for-22 on field goals and 32-of-33 on extra points. Two of his four misses came from beyond 50 yards and he was virtually automatic inside of 40, going 16-of-17. Suder made all four of his attempts against South Dakota and made his first nine field goal attempts of the season. His 18 made field goals in 2017 tied for the third-most in a single-season in program history. - Bowling Green Football

12/22/17- Trey Tuttle, Fr, Weber State, 5-09, 190
2017 WALTER CAMP FCS ALL-AMERICA TEAM: PK Trey Tuttle, Weber State,...Tuttle became the first Wildcat kicker to earn All-America honors in 13 years. Tuttle tied a Weber State school record with 19 field goals this season, finishing the year 19-of-22 on field goals. He finished the season second in the country in field goals made, fourth in field goal percentage and ninth in field goals per game. He also led the Wildcats in scoring with 116 points, the fourth most points in a season in Weber State history. - Weber State Football

12/22/17- Gunnar Raborn, Jr, McNeese State, 5-09, 174
2017 AFCA FCS COACHES' SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: PK Gunnar Raborn, 5-9 174, Jr., McNeese State, Lance Guidry Lafayette, La. (St. Thomas More),...The soon-to-be senior is the first kicker in school history to receive AFCA All-America honors and just the second McNeese player overall since 2006 to be awarded the postseason accolade. Wallace Scott earned the honors in 2015 as a defensive back. Last week, the Lafayette native was named to the AP All-America Second Team and the Phil Steele All-America Fourth Team. The Lafayette native led the FCS this past season by connecting on 92.3 percent of his field goals, hitting 12 of 13, with his only miss being a blocked kick in the 10th game of the season, that being a 31-yard attempt.

A first team All-Southland Conference selection, Raborn also made 27 of his 28 extra point attempts while leading McNeese in scoring with 63 points. He's the 14th selection by AFCA for All-America honors in school history. He made all five attempts from 20-29 yards, was 5 of 6 from the 30-39 yard distance, 1-for-1 from 40-49 yards outs and hit his longest of 52 yards in the season finale at Lamar. That tied as the third-longest field goal in school history. In his two seasons at McNeese, Raborn has made 19 of his 21 field goal attempts. - McNeese State Football

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