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01/10/18- Dax Raymond, rSo, Utah State, 6-4, 245
2017 ALL-MOUNTAIN WEST FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Dax Raymond, So., TE,...Raymond, a 6-5, 245-pound redshirt sophomore tight end from Provo, Utah (Timpview HS), finished the season ranking second among all Mountain West tight ends with 36 receptions for 414 yards. Overall, he ranked second on the team in both receptions and receiving yards, while adding one receiving touchdown. Of his 36 receptions, 26 resulted in a first down, with seven of those receptions being on third down. Raymond finished the season catching at least one pass in all 12 games, including multiple receptions in nine contests. He also had a streak of five or more receptions in four-straight games, and led the Aggies in receptions five times during the year, including a career-high six catches against Colorado State. - Utah State Football

01/09/18- Gabe Schrade, rSr, Texas State, 6-3, 240
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Gabe Schrade (Texas State, TE, Sr.),...A two-year captain for the Bobcats, Schrade was on the watch list for the John Mackey Award, which is given to the nation's best tight end. He also was nominated for the AFCA Good Works Team and Weurffel Trophy this year. Schrade ranked second among Sun Belt Conference tight ends with 20 receptions for 287 yards, while catching two touchdown passes in 2017. He caught a career-long 54-yard pass at Coastal Carolina, which was the third-longest reception by an SBC tight end and the second-longest catch by a Bobcat this season. He logged a season-high of four catches against CCU, New Mexico State and Georgia State with a season-best 78 yards against the Chanticleers. - Texas State Football

01/08/18- Chase Rogers, Fr, Louisiana, 6-3, 246
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Chase Rogers (Louisiana, TE, Fr.),...Rogers caught six passes in his first eight games of the season before missing the remainder of the year with an injury suffered before the Ole Miss game. The native of Bay St. Louis, Miss., caught a pair of passes in the Cajuns' non-conference game at Texas A&M before adding receptions in consecutive games against ULM, Idaho and Texas State. He caught his first career TD pass on a 13-yard reception in a SBC win at South Alabama on Nov. 4. - Louisiana Football

01/08/18- Blake Mack, Sr, Arkansas State, 6-3, 229
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Blake Mack (Arkansas State, TE, Sr.),...The Red Wolves placed five players on the first team, including Hansen, Blake Mack (Sr., TE), Lanard Bonner (Jr., OL) and Rolland-Jones in addition to Taylor. - Arkansas State Football

01/05/18- Collin Reed, rSo, Appalachian State, 6-3, 248
2017 ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): Collin Reed (Appalachian State, TE, So.),...Within the honorable mention selections, Flory ranks second on the Mountaineers with 79 tackles, and Reed's five touchdown catches are second among Sun Belt tight ends. Stout's 38 tackles are tied for third among Sun Belt interior linemen this season, and Hennigan is tied for first among the nation's true freshmen with seven touchdown receptions. He has caught 44 passes for 556 yards and is coming off a four-touchdown performance against Louisiana. - Appalachian State Football

01/04/18- *Mark Andrews, rJr, Oklahoma, 6-4, 254
Oklahoma teammates Mark Andrews and Orlando Brown will enter the NFL draft. Andrews, a tight end, made his announcement on Twitter on Thursday. The redshirt junior won the Mackey Award as the nation's best tight end this season. The three-time All-Big 12 selection finished this year with 62 passes for 958 yards and eight touchdowns. He is projected to be selected in the first two rounds. "I will miss my teammates, coaches, and friends on campus, but I am excited for this next step," Andrews said in the statement. - AP College Football

01/04/18- Cam Serigne, rSr, Wake Forest, 6-3, 240
2017 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BOWL TEAM: Tight end: Cam Serigne, Wake Forest (Belk): Serigne caught nine passes for 112 yards and was on the receiving end of one of John Wolford's four touchdown passes. - AP College Football

01/04/18- Deon Yelder, rSr, Western Kentucky, 6-3, 255
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): TE - Deon Yelder, R-Sr., 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

01/03/18- *Dalton Schultz, rJr, Stanford, 6-5, 242
Stanford tight end Dalton Schultz will skip his final season of eligibility and enter the NFL draft. Schultz said Wednesday that he will cherish his memories from Stanford but wants to pursue his childhood dream of playing in the NFL. Schultz was an All-Pac-12 selection this season when he had 22 catches for 212 yards and three touchdowns. In three seasons for the Cardinal, Schultz had 55 catches for 555 yards and five TDs. Stanford is in good shape at tight end with Kaden Smith back after catching 23 passes for 414 yards and five TDs this season. - AP College Football

01/03/18- *Ryan Izzo, rJr, Florida State, 6-4, 245
Florida State tight end Ryan Izzo will enter the 2018 NFL draft, the school announced Wednesday. Izzo reeled in 20 receptions for 317 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games this season. The redshirt junior finished his career with 53 catches for 754 yards and six scores in 37 contests with the Seminoles. "After lots of thought and careful consideration, I have decided to forgo my senior season and chase my dream of playing in the NFL," Izzo said in a statement released by the school. "I would like to thank Coach Jimbo (Fisher) and Coach (Tim) Brewster for giving me the opportunity to be a Seminole. "I would also like to thank God for all his blessings, and my family and friends for all their love and support. Lastly, thank you to Nole Nation for all of your non-stop support. We have the best fans in the country, period! Florida State gave me an amazing four years and I will forever be NoleBlooded!!!" Both Fisher and Brewster, Florida State's tight ends coach in 2017, departed for Texas A&M prior to the team's bowl game. Izzo is the third Seminoles player to declare for the NFL draft, joining defensive end Josh Sweat and safety Derwin James. Defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas announced his return to Florida State after the team's 42-13 win over Southern Miss in the Independence Bowl. - The Sports Xchange

01/03/18- *Ryan Izzo, rJr, Florida State, 6-4, 245
TE Ryan Izzo will enter the 2018 NFL draft, the school announced Wednesday. Izzo reeled in 20 receptions for 317 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games this season. The redshirt junior finished his career with 53 catches for 754 yards and six scores in 37 contests with the Seminoles.

01/02/18- Keenen Brown, rJr, Oklahoma State, 6-2, 250
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Keenen Brown (TE),...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- Grant Calcaterra, Fr, Oklahoma, 6-3, 232
2017 ALL-BIG 12 FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Grant Calcaterra (TE),...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. - Oklahoma Football

01/01/18- Pharoah McKever, rSr, Florida International, 6-5, 248
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): TE - Pharoah McKever, Sr., FIU,...Graduate transfer Pharoah McKever is FIU's leader among tight ends with 26 receptions for 294 yards and three touchdowns in 2017. He has caught a season-high four passes in four different games this season at Middle Tennessee on Oct. 7, at Marshall on Oct. 28, Old Dominion on Nov. 11 and at Florida Atlantic on Nov. 18. McKever scored FIU's lone TD in 13-7 win over Rice on Sept. 23 and recorded a season-high 43 yards against FAU. - Florida International Football

01/01/18- Harrison Bryant, So, Florida Atlantic, 6-4, 225
2017 CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): TE - Harrison Bryant, So., Florida Atlantic,...Another playmaker for the offense, tight end Harrison Bryant was chosen as C-USA Second Team. In 11 games, 10 starts, the sophomore had hauled in 32 receptions for 408 yards, ranking third and second to that point, respectively, among league tight ends. Among Owls' receivers, he still places second in receptions and third in yards, along with a team-high five touchdown catches. - Florida Atlantic Football

12/30/17- *Mark Andrews, rJr, Oklahoma, 6-4, 254
New England Patriots star Rob Gronknowski is the new measuring stick for tight ends, and Oklahoma's Mark Andrews gets the comparison from someone qualified to offer it. Sooners defensive coordinator Mike Stoops recruited and coached Gronkowski when he was the head coach at Arizona. In the 6-foot-5 and 254-pound junior Andrews, Stoops sees plenty of similarities to Gronkowski in practice everyday. "Gronk is probably an inch taller. Maybe a little more length," Stoops said at Rose Bowl media day on Saturday. "But their ability to run routes and get open are what's unique about those guys."

Andrews has 58 receptions for 906 yards and eight touchdowns this season, leading Oklahoma in catches and touchdown catches. He leads all FBS tight ends in yards receiving, ranks second in receptions and is tied for third in touchdown receptions. Andrews has to improve as an in-line blocker to match Gronkowski, Stoops said. That isn't as big of a problem in college, as Andrews frequently lines up in the slot. But it is Andrews' receiving skills that will be enticing to an NFL team looking for the next Gronk. "Mark can do whatever he wants on the football field," Stoops said. "Create matchups, that's what Mark is going to be able to do at the next level." - AP College Football

12/29/17- Joey Magnifico, rSo, Memphis, 6-3, 245
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): TE Joey Magnifico, Memphis, So.,...Had 21 catches for 280 yards and three touchdowns in his first year as a starter at tight end...Also helps a Memphis offensive line that powers an offense that ranks ninth in the NCAA with 327.1 yards passing per game and 32nd with 202.5 rushing yards per game...Has six passes 20-or-more yards in 2017...Is the third different Memphis tight end in as many seasons to earn all-conference honors (2014 Alan Cross; 2015 -- Daniel Montiel)...Had a career-high six catches for 83 yards and one touchdown in the win over then-No. 25 UCLA. - Memphis Football

12/28/17- Jordan Akins, Sr, Central Florida, 6-3, 262
2017 ALL-AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): TE Jordan Akins, UCF, Sr.,...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. Named to the John Mackey Award Preseason Watch List, honoring the nation's top tight ends...Appeared in and started 11 games...Notched 459 yards and four touchdowns on 30 catches, all career highs...Averaged 15.3 yards per reception and 41.7 yards per game. - Central Florida Football

12/27/17- Donnie Ernsberger, Sr, Western Michigan, 6-2, 255
2017 ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Tight End - Donnie Ernsberger, Western Michigan,...Second straight season earning an All-MAC honor, was a Third Team selection last year. Has been invited to play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl. Scored four touchdowns and totaled 394 yards on 34 receptions. Also a key blocker for rushing game which ranks 23rd in the nation with 224.8 yards per game. - Western Michigan Football

12/27/17- Shane Wimann, rSr, Northern Illinois, 6-3, 250
2017 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Tight End - Shane Wimann, Northern Illinois,...Wimann is the first NIU tight end to earn MAC first team honors since Brad Cieslak in 2004 and did so while breaking the school record for touchdown catches by a tight end with seven. A stellar blocker, he caught a career-high 30 passes in 2017, giving the senior 65 for his career. "Shane's honor is well-deserved and past due," Carey said. "To me, Shane's been the best tight end in the league this year, last year and maybe the year before." - Northern Illinois Football

12/26/17- Tyler Conklin, rSr, Central Michigan, 6-4, 240
2017 ALL-MAC THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): Tight End Tyler Conklin, Central Michigan,...Conklin, a senior from Chesterfield Twp., was one of the most productive tight ends in the league despite missing the Chippewas' first five games with an injury. He has made 28 catches for 406 yards and five touchdowns, averaging 14.5 yards per catch. - Central Michigan Football

12/22/17- Dallas Goedert, Sr, South Dakota State, 6-3, 255
2017 WALTER CAMP FCS ALL-AMERICA TEAM: TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State,...Goedert finished as the team leader with 72 receptions and 1,111 receiving yards, while adding seven touchdown catches in 2017. His receiving total leads all Division I tight ends - FCS and FBS - this season. For his career, Goedert ranked third in receptions at SDSU with 198, fourth in receiving yards with 2,988 and sixth with 21 touchdown receptions. - South Dakota State Football

12/22/17- Andrew Vollert, rSr, Weber State, 6-4, 245
2017 AFCA FCS COACHES' SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: TE Andrew Vollert, 6-5 245, Sr., Weber State, Jay Hill San Mateo, Calif. (St. Ignatius),...This is the second-straight year Andrew Vollert has earned All-America honors, making him the 12th player in Weber State history to earn All-America honors twice in a career. Vollert led the Wildcats in receptions and receiving yards for the second-straight season, finishing with 61 receptions for 773 yards and five touchdowns. He finished his two-year ranking 17th in Weber State history in receiving yards with 1,613 and 19th in career receptions with 123. Vollert was a unanimous selection to the Big Sky All-Conference first team. He started all 14 games and served as a team captain this season. - Weber State Football

12/21/17- Alize Mack, rSo, Notre Dame, 6-4, 251
No. 14 Notre Dame has suspended a third player for the Citrus Bowl against No. 16 LSU. Junior tight end Alize Mack, who saw considerable playing time this year after missing the 2016 season because of academic issues, will miss the Jan. 1 game against the Tigers (9-3) because of "an internal team matter," coach Brian Kelly said Thursday. He did not disclose details but said the punishment is limited to the game in Orlando, Florida. Already indefinitely suspended for the Fighting Irish (9-3) are sophomore wide receiver Kevin Stepherson and freshman running back C.J. Holmes, who were arrested on shoplifting charges last week at a mall in nearby Mishawaka.

"If I could explain 18 to 20 year olds and their thought process after being in (this career) for 27 years, I'd have written that book already," Kelly said of Stephenseon and Holmes. "We try to expose our kids to the foundational principals of making good decisions. They broke one of our commandments you can't steal and they did. I can tolerate a lot of things but I can't tolerate stealing. That's why they are suspended indefinitely and they've put themselves into jeopardy." Kelly said he was still considering the length of the suspensions for Holmes, who saw limited action in eight games, and Stepherson, who caught 19 passes for 359 yards and five touchdowns after missing the first four games as punishment for off-field issues. - AP College Football

12/20/17- Dallas Goedert, Sr, South Dakota State, 6-3, 255
2017 AFCA FCS COACHES' FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: TE Dallas Goedert, 6-5 260, Sr., South Dakota State, John Stiegelmeier Britton, S.D. (Britton-Hecla),...Pacing the Jackrabbit contingent was senior tight end Dallas Goedert, who repeated as a first-team selection. During the recently completed 2017 season, Goedert finished as the team leader with 72 receptions and 1,111 receiving yards, while adding seven touchdown catches. His receiving total leads all Division I tight ends FCS and FBS this season. For his career, Goedert ranked third in receptions at SDSU with 198, fourth in receiving yards with 2,988 and sixth with 21 touchdown receptions. Goedert has been a unanimous All-America selection each of the past two seasons and has been honored as a first-team selection in 2017 by The Associated Press, Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association, Phil Steele Publications and STATS. - South Dakota State Football

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