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01/09/18- Michael Carrizosa, Sr, San Jose State, 5-10, 225
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): P Michael Carrizosa Sr. San José State,...Carrizosa earned his third All-Mountain West honor in three seasons. Presently, he is sixth nationally and second in the Mountain West with his 45.6 yards per punt average. A 2015 first-team all-conference pick and a Ray Guy Award finalist for the best punter in college football as a sophomore, he was an honorable mention Mountain West choice as a junior. He finished his four-years at San Jose State as the Spartans' single-season (47.3 in 2015) and career leader (44.0) in punting average and yardage. - San Jose State Football

01/09/18- Evan Rabon, Jr, Coastal Carolina, 6-0, 160
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Evan Rabon (Coastal Carolina, P, Jr.),...Rabon (Florence, S.C.) averaged 43.16 yards per punt to shatter the CCU single-season record. In fact, he is the first Chant to average over 40 yards per punt for a season. He was the Sun Belt Special Teams Player of the Week twice (at Appalachian State and at Idaho) and the team's Special Teams MVP for the UMass, Texas State and Arkansas games. He had at least one 50-yard punt in seven straight games and finished with a CCU-record 13 punts going at least 50 yards this season.

His first Sun Belt weekly honor came at App State when he averaged 54.7 yards on three punts and made all three field goal attempts. Helping his average was a school record 65-yard punt while his other two punts went for 51 and 48 yards. Then, at Idaho, Rabon made field goals of 52 and 34 yards to secure CCU's 13-7 win and averaged 40 yards on his four punts --3 fair catches and one downed on Idaho eight. Early in the season, Rabon booted a then CCU record 59-yard punt at ULM. Of his 135 career punts as 50 have been fair caught and 50 have pinned opponents inside their own 20 and just five have gone for touchbacks. - Coastal Carolina Football

01/09/18- Corliss Waitman, Jr, South Alabama, 6-1, 205
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Corliss Waitman (South Alabama, P, Jr.),...Waitman is first in the conference and seventh in the country with a school-season record 45.24 punting average and 21 kicks of 50-plus yards, and he was second in the Sun Belt with 26 punts inside the opponent's 20-yard line. The junior from Milton, Fla., posted an average of 45 yards or higher in seven of 12 contests this fall and had at least two punts inside the 20 on nine different occasions, with his efforts helping the Jaguars rank ninth nationally in net punting. He was named the Ray Guy Award Punter of the Week after having a career-high four of five punts end inside the 20 while averaging 46.4 yards at Georgia State, and was a candidate for the organization's postseason honor also. - South Alabama Football

01/08/18- Cody Grace, rSo, Arkansas State, 6-2, 223
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Cody Grace (Arkansas State, P, 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

01/04/18- Alan Luna, Sr, Texas-El Paso, 6-0, 205
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): P - Alan Luna, Sr., UTEP,...Julian Jackson, Alvin Jones, Kalon Beverly, Devin Cockrell, Nik Needham, Alan Luna and Jake Sammut received All-C-USA honorable mentions. - UTEP Football

01/04/18- *Michael Dickson, Jr, Texas, 6-2, 205
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Punter: Michael Dickson, Texas (Texas): The Ray Guy Award winner averaged 41.1 yards per punt and landed 10 of his 11 attempts inside the opponent's 20-yard line without having a single touchback. Dickson was selected as the most valuable player in Texas' 33-16 victory over Missouri. - AP College Football

01/04/18- Jake Collins, rJr, Western Kentucky, 6-0, 210
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): P - Jake Collins, Jr., WKU,...After Second Team honors in 2016, Joe Brown, Jake Collins and Kylen Towner earned Honorable Mention for their 2017 performances. For back-to-back seasons, defensive tackle Chris Johnson was Honorable Mention, while Nacarius Fant earned Honorable Mention as a wide receiver after earning First Team punt returner status in 2016. Finally, DeAndre Farris, Drell Greene, Lucky Jackson, Ben Reeder and Deon Yelder earned Honorable Mention for the first time. - Western Kentucky Football

01/02/18- Jack Fox, Jr, Rice, 6-0, 215
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): P - Jack Fox, Jr., Rice,...Fox finished second in the conference and 17th nationally with a career-best 44.2 average on 57 punts, which tied for fifth at Rice. He closed the season by averaging 48.5 yards on his final 10 punts over the last three games of the year, with six of his 10 kicks traveling for 50 yards or longer. - Rice Football

01/02/18- Dominic Panazzolo, Jr, Texas Tech, 6-4, 210
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Dominic Panazzolo (P),...14 Red Raiders – Madison Akamnonu, Cameron Batson, Jordyn Brooks, Travis Bruffy, Dylan Cantrell, Vaughnte Dorsey, Kolin Hill, Eli Howard, Dominic Panazzolo, Nic Shimonek, Paul Stawarz, Justin Stockton, Mychealon Thomas and Broderick Washington, Jr. – earned honorable mention accolades. - Texas Tech Football

01/02/18- Kaare Vedvik, rSr, Marshall, 6-3, 207
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P - Kaare Vedvik, R-Sr., Marshall,...Vedvik was named Special Teams MVP for a season that has seen him take on the punting, placekicking and kickoff duties for the Thundering Herd. A Ray Guy Award Watch List-er, the Stavanger, Norway native was named Conference USA's first-team punter by the league's coaches after leading the way with a 44.4 punting average, a total that ranks 14th nationally. He made national headlines this season by launching a 92-yard punt against Old Dominion, the longest in college football since Guy's 93-yarder in 1972. - Marshall Football

01/02/18- Zach Sinor, rJr, Oklahoma State, 5-10, 223
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Zach Sinor (P),...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

12/31/17- Arthur Hart, Sr, Charlotte, 6-1, 216
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): P - Arthur Hart, Sr., Charlotte,...Charlotte's all-time leading punter Arthur Hart led C-USA with a school-record 22 punts of 50 or more yards, including at least one of 50+ yards in nine straight games. The senior ranked fourth in C-USA with a school-record 43.5 punting average and had a punting average over 40.0 in 11 of 12 games. He was second in C-USA with 25 punts inside the 20. He kicked the two longest punts in school history this year: school-record 74 yarder in season-opener at Eastern Michigan (2nd longest in C-USA this year) and a 67-yarder at Kansas State. - Charlotte Football

12/28/17- James Smith, Fr, Cincinnati, 6-4, 220
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P James Smith, Cincinnati, Fr.,...Smith, a true freshman, kicked 64 times for a 42.0 per kick average with a long boot of 65 yards. He had 33 punts fair caught, dropped 21 inside the 20-yard line and booted nine kicks for 50 or more yards. The Bearcats led the league in punting, with a net average of 41.0 yards per punt. UC was one of four teams nationally to not have a touchback on a punt in 2017. - Cincinnati Football

12/28/17- Mac Loudermilk, Jr, Central Florida, 6-0, 234
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): P Mac Loudermilk, 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. Started all 12 games as punter and holder...Dropped 19 of 41 punts inside the 20-yard line...Forced 23 fair catches with a 39.5-yard average, not hitting a touchback once...Hammered six punts over 50 yards...Opponents averaged just 10.2 yards per return. - Central Florida Football

12/28/17- *Michael Dickson, Jr, Texas, 6-2, 205
Texas scored two passing touchdowns in the first 11 minutes and then turned over the game to its defense and college football's best punter, doing just enough to beat Missouri 33-16 in the Academy Sports + Outdoor Texas Bowl, played Wednesday at NRG Stadium. It was Texas' first appearance in a bowl game since 2014 and first win in the postseason since the 2012 Alamo Bowl. It also granted the Longhorns (7-6) their first winning season since 2013, the last campaign coached in Austin by Mack Brown. Texas punter Michael Dickson, the Ray Guy award winner, had 10 punts downed inside the 20-yard line, becoming the first punter in the country this year to accomplish that feat. He had 11 total punts in the game -- two of which traveled more than 55 yards -- and buried Missouri (7-6) in poor field position all game.

The Longhorns did little on offense after the first quarter when they amassed 110 of their 280 total yards. Texas defense forced four turnovers and a safety and held Missouri quarterback Drew Luck to 269 yards passing and one touchdown. Texas marched 75 yards in five plays (and three big Missouri penalties) on its opening drive to a 22-yard TD pass from Shane Buechele to Daniel Young that granted the Longhorns an early 7-0 lead. The Longhorns went back to the same play to Young for 42 yards from Sam Ehlinger to set the table for their second touchdown, which came on a 7-yard connection from Ehlinger and John Burt and expanded the advantage to 14-0 with 3:58 to play in the first quarter. Missouri didn't have a first down until the 1:07 mark of the first quarter on their final possession of the opening 15 minutes; it was forced to punt on the opening play of the second quarter. - The Sports Xchange

12/27/17- Derrick Mitchell, rJr, Western Michigan, 6-1, 205
2017 ALL-MAC THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Punter - Derrick Mitchell, Western Michigan,...Made 65 punts, totaling 2,756 yards, averaging 42.4 yards per punt. Leads FBS with 33 punts inside the 20. Had 15 punts of 50 or more yards with a career high of 65. - Western Michigan Football

12/27/17- Derek Adams, So, Kent State, 6-0, 192
2017 ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Punter – Derek Adams, Kent State,...Adams, a sophomore, finished second in the MAC in punting average (43.6) and placed 20 punts inside the 20. His 74-yard blast was the longest in the MAC this season and was one of 18 boots of 50 yards or more. "Derek might be the hardest working punter in the country," Ferrell said. "Every practice, he gets on the field early and stays after. He watches a lot of film and we continue to expect big things from him moving forward." - Kent State Football

12/26/17- Joseph Davidson, rSr, Bowling Green, 6-7, 230
2017 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Punter – Joe Davidson, Bowling Green,...Davidson was a two-time semifinalist for the Ray Guy Award, given to the top punter in the country. He led the MAC at 44.0 yards per punt and his net punting average of 42.3 yards was also best in the conference and among the best in the nation. Of his 60 punts, 28 were downed inside the 20 and only two went for touchbacks. He had 10 punts of at least 50 yards on the season. - Bowling Green Football

12/23/17- *Michael Dickson, Jr, Texas, 6-2, 205
Michael Dickson to forgo senior season to enter NFL Draft..."Coming to play football for The University of Texas has been the greatest experience of my life. I am so thankful for Coach Strong giving me an opportunity back in 2015. Texas has helped lead me in the direction I want to be as a person. I have built an undeniable bond with my teammates that will last forever. I truly consider all of you my brothers. The Texas fans have showed me so much more love than I ever expected. To be able to see and hear the appreciation from the fans each week is something that I genuinely cherish. I'm so grateful for what this country has provided me and feel as though Texas has adopted me as one of their own. I'm proud to be a Texan. After long consideration and long talks with loved ones, I'd like to announce that I will be forgoing my senior year and will be declaring for the NFL Draft. I will be wearing the burnt orange and white one last time as we take on Missouri in the Texas Bowl. I am excited for the opportunities that lie ahead and know that I will forever be a Texas Longhorn. I'd like to thank Coach Herman and the current staff for a great year. Thanks for understanding and supporting me throughout my decision-making process." - Texas Football

12/22/17- Joe Zema, Sr, Incarnate Word, 6-0, 207
2017 WALTER CAMP FCS ALL-AMERICA TEAM: P Joe Zema, Incarnate Word,...In the past nine days Zema was named to the Associated Press All-America First Team, ADA Stats All-America First Team, STATS FCS All-America First Team, HERO Sports 2017 FCS All-America First Team and American Football Coaches Association All-America Second Team. He garnered All-Southland Conference First Team honors on Nov. 21. A native of Melbourne, Australia, Zema was arguably the Cardinals' most consistent and effective weapon of the 2017 season. Zema's UIW career was a success from day one, as he set the program record for longest punt in his first collegiate game, launching a 75-yarder at Fresno State. Zema finished the year as the national leader in punting at the FCS level, with an average of 46.7 yards per punt. - Incarnate Word Football

12/21/17- Joe Zema, Sr, Incarnate Word, 6-0, 207
2017 AFCA FCS COACHES' SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: P Joe Zema, 6-2 210, Gr., Incarnate Word, Larry Kennan Melbourne, Australia (Australian Catholic),...A native of Melbourne, Australia, Zema was arguably the Cardinals' most consistent and effective weapon of the 2017 season. Zema's UIW career was a success from day one, as he set the program record for longest punt in his first collegiate game, launching a 75-yarder at Fresno State.

Zema finished the year as the national leader in punting at the FCS level, with an average of 46.7 yards per punt. The next-closest player in the country had 26 fewer punts and averaged a full 1.4 yards less per punt. Zema booted 31 punts over 50 yards, while the next-closest punter in the conference had just 14. Zema concluded his stellar year by breaking the league record for punting average in a season, set by Chad Stanley of Stephen F. Austin in 1998. - Incarnate Word Football

12/21/17- Keith Wrzuszczak, rSr, Eastern Kentucky, 5-11, 212
2017 AFCA FCS COACHES' FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: P Keith Wrzuszczak, 5-11 212, Sr., Eastern Kentucky, Mark Elder Geelong, Victoria, Australia (Oberon),...The senior set a pair of program records this season while finishing first in the conference and sixth in the nation with an average of 44.1 yards per punt. He broke the 51-year-old EKU record of 78 yards with an 84-yard punt against Tennessee-Martin. It was the second-longest punt in FCS this season. Wrzuszczak also broke his own program season average record (43.7 yards/punt), which he set in 2015. In 2017 the Geelong, Victoria, Australia native punted 58 times and only five of them were touchbacks. He placed 19 punts inside the 20 yard line and had 11 punts of 50 or more yards. He helped Eastern lead the conference and finish second in the nation in net punting (41.14 yards/punt). - Eastern Kentucky Football

12/20/17- Nick Walsh, Sr, Kansas State, 5-11, 207
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): P Nick Walsh K-State Sr. Lyndon, Kan./Lyndon,...K-State's second-team selections include fullback Winston Dimel, defensive end Reggie Walker and punter Nick Walsh. - Kansas State Football

12/20/17- Colin Downing, Sr, Iowa State, 5-11, 190
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Colin Downing (P),...Sophomore JaQuan Bailey (DE), sophomore Hakeem Butler (WR), senior Colin Downing (P), sophomore Julian Good-Jones (OL), junior Willie Harvey (LB), senior Kyle Kempt (QB), sophomore Ray Lima (DL), senior Garrett Owens (PK), junior D'Andre Payne (CB), senior Trever Ryen (WR/PR), junior Sam Seonbuchner (TE) and sophomore Marcel Spears (LB) were honorable mention selections. - Iowa State Football

12/19/17- *Michael Dickson, Jr, Texas, 6-2, 205
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P Michael Dickson, Texas Jr. Sydney, Australia,...Dickson, a native of Sydney, Australia, was also named the Big 12 Conference Special Teams Player of the Year earlier today. A Ray Guy Award finalist, Dickson is leading the country averaging 48.4 yards per punt with a net average of 44.7 yards per punt, also the best mark in the nation. He has punted 73 times this season, with 34 punts of more than 50 yards and 32 punts downed inside the 20-yard line. Dickson was also named first team All-Big 12 last season, when he averaged a school-record 47.4 yards per punt. - Texas Football

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