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    CFB Award Watch Lists- FCS Style

    With all the watch lists being put out and there rarely being a FCS player on them I thought I would make some for just FCS players.

    I put 15 players per position, except just 10 for center, kicker and punter watch lists, and 20 for defense, lineman, offense, and overall player lists.

    I could have gone with more names but thought if I listed 40 FCS WRs or 25 kickers or QBs that it would be overkill.

    What do you guys think? Anyone missing who you feel is a major snub?


    BEDNARIK (Defense)
    DE Pat Afriyie, Colgate, Sr.
    DE Keontre Anderson, Jackson State, Sr.
    S Mike Basile, Monmouth, Sr.
    DE Miles Brown, Wofford, Jr.
    LB Nick DeLuca, North Dakota State, Sr.
    LB Garrett Dolan, Houston Baptist, Sr.
    DE Anthony Ellis, Charleston Southern, Sr.
    DE Ahmad Gooden, Samford, Jr.
    DE P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    CB Davontae Harris, Illinois State, Sr.
    DE Kurt Holuba, Princeton, Sr.
    DE Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State, Sr.
    DE Richard Jarvis, Brown, Sr.
    LB Darius Leonard, South Carolina State, Sr.
    DE Greg Menard, North Dakota State, Sr.
    LB Chad Meredith, Southeast Missouri State, Sr.
    DE Ebenezer Ogundeko, Tennessee State, Sr.
    S Cole Reyes, North Dakota, Sr.
    LB Christian Rozeboom, South Dakota State, Soph.
    LB Brett Taylor, Western Illinois, Sr.


    BILETNIKOFF (WR)
    WR Aaron Blockmon, Campbell, Jr.
    WR Emmanuel Butler, Northern Arizona, Sr.
    WR Juston Christian, Marist, Jr.
    WR De’Vonte Dedmon, William & Mary, Sr.
    WR Keelan Doss, UC Davis, Jr.
    WR Kamron Lewis, Saint Francis, Jr.
    WR Yedidiah Louis, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    WR Troy Pelletier, Lehigh, Sr.
    WR Patrick Smith, Tennessee State, Sr.
    WR Nathan Stewart, Sam Houston State, Soph.
    WR Justin Sumpter, Kennesaw State, Jr.
    WR Justin Watson, Penn, Sr.
    WR Reggie White, Monmouth, Jr.
    WR Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State, Sr.
    WR Micah Wright, Maine, Jr.


    BRONCO NAGURSKI (Defense)
    DE Pat Afriyie, Colgate, Sr.
    DE Keontre Anderson, Jackson State, Sr.
    S Mike Basile, Monmouth, Sr.
    LB Nick DeLuca, North Dakota State, Sr.
    LB Garrett Dolan, Houston Baptist, Sr.
    DE Anthony Ellis, Charleston Southern, Sr.
    DE P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    CB Davontae Harris, Illinois State, Sr.
    DE Kurt Holuba, Princeton, Sr.
    DE Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State, Sr.
    LB Darius Leonard, South Carolina State, Sr.
    DE Greg Menard, North Dakota State, Sr.
    LB Chad Meredith, Southeast Missouri State, Sr.
    DE Ebenezer Ogundeko, Tennessee State, Sr.
    S Cole Reyes, North Dakota, Sr.
    S Rob Rolle, Villanova, Sr.
    LB Christian Rozeboom, South Dakota State, Soph.
    DT Nate Tanguay, North Dakota State, Sr.
    LB Brett Taylor, Western Illinois, Sr.
    DT Jay-Tee Tiuli, Eastern Washington, Sr.


    BUTKUS (LB)
    LB Charles Bell, Delaware, Sr.
    LB Mac Bignell, Montana State, Sr.
    LB Solomon Brown, Charleston Southern, Jr.
    LB Josh Buss, Montana, Jr.
    LB Nick DeLuca, North Dakota State, Sr.
    LB Garrett Dolan, Houston Baptist, Sr.
    LB Jared Farley, Northern Iowa, Sr.
    LB Ryan Francis, VMI, Sr.
    LB Darius Leonard, South Carolina State, Sr.
    LB Chad Meredith, Southeast Missouri State, Sr.
    LB Mike Needham, Southern Utah, Sr.
    LB Christian Rozeboom, South Dakota State, Soph.
    LB Shaheed Salmon, Samford, Sr.
    LB Nathan Stone, Duquesne, Sr.
    LB Brett Taylor, Western Illinois, Sr.


    GUY (P)
    P Austin Barnard, Samford, Sr.
    P Ian Berryman, Western Carolina, Jr.
    P Sean Chaney, Idaho State, Jr.
    P Jacob DeMaio, Weber State, Sr.
    P Brady Hale, South Dakota State, Jr.
    P Hunter Kelley, Penn, Sr.
    P Sam Kuhter, Northern Iowa, Sr.
    P Patrick Ponder, Central Arkansas, Sr.
    P Mark Schuler, Youngstown State, Soph.
    P Keith Wrzuszczak, Eastern Kentucky, Sr.


    GROZA (K)
    K Lane Clark, Tennessee State, Sr.
    K James Cooper, Wagner, Sr.
    K Nik Grau, Abilene Christian, Sr.
    K Griffin Roehler, Northern Arizona, Soph.
    K Alex Probert, Liberty, Soph.
    K Paul Schumacher, Gardner-Webb, Sr.
    K Jerry Nunez, Indiana State, Soph.
    K Nick Madonia, Tennessee Tech, Jr.
    K Oren Milstein, Columbia, Soph.
    K Griffin Trau, Richmond, Jr.


    MACKEY (TE)
    TE Dillon Beard, Southern, Sr.
    TE Ryan Bell, Villanova, Sr.
    TE Andrew Caskin, William & Mary, Sr.
    TE Ross Dwelley, San Diego, Sr.
    TE Erik Furmanek, Missouri State, Sr.
    TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State, Sr.
    TE Chandler Gouger, Wofford, Sr.
    TE Leroy Hill, North Carolina A&T, Jr.
    TE Garrett Hudson, Richmond, Sr.
    TE Jeff Illies, North Dakota State, Sr.
    TE Jonathan Kloosterman, James Madison, Sr.
    TE Nick Martinsen, Colgate, Jr.
    TE K.J. Smith, Central Connecticut State, Jr.
    TE Andrew Vollert, Weber State, Sr.
    TE Dylan Wadsworth, Lafayette, Sr.


    MAXWELL (Top player overall)
    QB Kevin Anderson, Fordham, Sr.
    QB Jeremiah Briscoe, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    RB Martez Carter, Grambling State, Sr.
    QB Taryn Christion, South Dakota State, Jr.
    QB Case Cookus, Northern Arizona, Soph.
    LB Nick DeLuca, North Dakota State, Sr.
    RB Chase Edmonds, Fordham, Sr.
    TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State, Sr.
    QB Gage Gubrud, Eastern Washington, Jr.
    DE P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    QB Devlin Hodges, Samford, Jr.
    QB DeVante Kincade, Grambling State, Sr.
    QB Kyle Lauletta, Richmond, Sr.
    OT Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T, Sr.
    OT Timon Parris, Stony Brook, Sr.
    FB Joe Protheroe, Cal Poly, Sr.
    RB John Santiago, North Dakota, Jr.
    QB Bryan Schor, James Madison, Sr.
    WR Justin Watson, Penn, Sr.
    WR Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State, Sr.


    O’BRIEN (QB)
    QB Kevin Anderson, Fordham, Sr.
    QB Alejandro Bennifield, Chattanooga, Sr.
    QB Jeremiah Briscoe, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    QB Taryn Christion, South Dakota State, Jr.
    QB Case Cookus, Northern Arizona, Soph.
    QB Gage Gubrud, Eastern Washington, Jr.
    QB Hayden Hildebrand, Central Arkansas, Sr.
    QB Devlin Hodges, Samford, Jr.
    QB DeVante Kincade, Grambling State, Sr.
    QB Kyle Lauletta, Richmond, Sr.
    QB Anthony Lawrence, San Diego, Jr.
    QB Tyrell Maxwell, Gardner-Webb, Sr.
    QB Peter Pujals, Holy Cross, Sr.
    QB Bryan Schor, James Madison, Sr.
    QB Chris Streveler, South Dakota, Sr.

    OUTLAND (Lineman)
    DE Pat Afriyie, Colgate, Sr.
    DE Keontre Anderson, Jackson State, Sr.
    DE Miles Brown, Wofford, Jr.
    OT Daniel Cooney, San Diego, Jr.
    OT Anthony Coyle, Fordham, Sr.
    DE Anthony Ellis, Charleston Southern, Sr.
    DE Ahmad Gooden, Samford, Jr.
    DE P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    DE Kurt Holuba, Princeton, Sr.
    DE Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State, Sr.
    DE Richard Jarvis, Brown, Sr.
    OG Justin Lea, Jacksonville State, Sr.
    DE Greg Menard, North Dakota State, Sr.
    DE Ebenezer Ogundeko, Tennessee State, Sr.
    OT Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T, Sr.
    OT Timon Parris, Stony Brook, Sr.
    OT Skyler Phillips, Idaho State, Sr.
    OT Justin Spencer, Youngstown State, Sr.
    OT Aaron Stinnie, James Madison, Sr.
    DT Nate Tanguay, North Dakota State, Sr.
    DT Jay-Tee Tiuli, Eastern Washington, Sr.


    RIMINGTON (OC)
    C Pailake Aiono, Sacramento State, Sr.
    C Spencer Blackburn, Eastern Washington, Jr.
    C Roo Daniels, Wofford, Sr.
    C Matt Donoghue, Villanova, Sr.
    C Jacob Judd, Western Illinois, Sr.
    C Brody Kern, Delaware, Sr.
    C Joey Kuperman, Cal Poly, Sr.
    C Jacob Ohnesorge, South Dakota State, Sr.
    C Blake Porter, Northern Arizona, Sr.
    C Alex Thompson, Monmouth, Sr.


    THORPE (DB)
    S Mike Basile, Monmouth, Sr.
    S Marlon Bridges, Jacksonville State, Soph.
    S Tre Dempsey, North Dakota State, Sr.
    CB Reggie Hall, Jacksonville State, Sr.
    CB Davontae Harris, Illinois State, Sr.
    CB Deion Harris, North Dakota, Sr.
    CB Danny Johnson, Southern, Sr.
    CB Taron Johnson, Weber State, Sr.
    S George Odum, Central Arkansas, Sr.
    S Cole Reyes, North Dakota, Sr.
    S Rob Rolle, Villanova, Sr.
    CB Christian Searles, Dayton, Sr.
    CB Tremon Smith, Central Arkansas, Sr.
    S Kailik Williams, The Citadel, Sr.
    CB Omari Williams, Samford, Sr.


    WALKER (RB)
    RB Corey Avery, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    RB Dom Bragalone, Lehigh, Jr.
    RB Martez Carter, Grambling State, Sr.
    RB Chase Edmonds, Fordham, Sr.
    RB Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks, Albany, Jr.
    RB Kyle Lewis, Cal Poly, Sr.
    RB John Lovett, Princeton, Sr.
    RB Steve McShane, Western Illinois, Jr.
    RB Detrez Newsome, Western Carolina, Sr.
    RB Brady Oliveira, North Dakota, Jr.
    RB Anthony Philyaw, Howard, Sr.
    FB Joe Protheroe, Cal Poly, Sr.
    RB John Santiago, North Dakota, Jr.
    RB Roc Thomas, Jacksonville State, Sr.
    RB Deontez Thompson, Richmond, Soph.
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    Re: CFB Award Watch Lists- FCS Style

    Yeah, Jr. WR Kelvin McKnight of Samford. There just aren't that many better in the FCS. He was somewhat overshadowed by Karel Hamilton last year, but this guy is an amazing receiver. I imagine his stats will be off the chart this season.

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    Re: CFB Award Watch Lists- FCS Style

    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    MAXWELL (Top player overall)
    QB P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, Sr.
    Hall is a beast but this may be stretching it a little.

    Also, no Jackson on that list? K.




    Quote Originally Posted by chattownmocs View Post
    Grass is a disaster. He has 2 senior RBs and he brought in an auburn reject to be his starter. It's sad how in shambles your roster is right now. And it happened so quickly. Pathetic. I guess you should expect it from a career high school coach. Who btw, underachieved in high school. What a loser.

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    Re: CFB Award Watch Lists- FCS Style

    Quote Originally Posted by SU DOG View Post
    Yeah, Jr. WR Kelvin McKnight of Samford. There just aren't that many better in the FCS. He was somewhat overshadowed by Karel Hamilton last year, but this guy is an amazing receiver. I imagine his stats will be off the chart this season.
    He was one of several receivers I considered and would have put on here had I gone to 25-30 receivers, instead of just 15, for sure. I also had Davion Davis of SHSU, Stony Brook's Ray Bolden, Murray State's Jordon Gandy, John Williams of Wagner, Kameron Brown of Charleston Southern, McNeese State's Darious Crawley, Tennessee Tech's Dontez Byrd, and Gatlin Casey of Lehigh in the next group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSUSoutherner View Post
    Hall is a beast but this may be stretching it a little.

    Also, no Jackson on that list? K.
    A typo you get when you type several QBs in a row. I almost put Jackson but realistically a defensive player won't win that award unless they play special teams so I cut it off at just 1 DL.

    I know many are probably thinking there is no way an OL would win the award but Parris is the best in the country and legitimately a top 15 player overall while Parker is too decorated to snub so I felt I had to fit them both on there.

    While I doubt the top 3 finalists would look like this, the top 3 players on this list are Goedert, Edmonds, and Briscoe. These type awards truly go to a RB, QB, or a two-way player but Goedert is the real deal. Briscoe isn't quite the NFL prospect the other two are right now but those 3 are the top players I saw on film in 2016 who return this year.

    You guys saw how high that Ashland TE went this year? Goedert could pull that this year. The Ashland TE was the best player in all of D2 by far last year and Goedert is that for FCS this year.

    He has freaky hands, shown here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiOVC1kREIA

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    Kuhnert for NDSU will likely play C. I would include him.
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    Re: CFB Award Watch Lists- FCS Style

    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    A typo you get when you type several QBs in a row. I almost put Jackson but realistically a defensive player won't win that award unless they play special teams so I cut it off at just 1 DL.

    With that said I know many are probably thinking there is no way an OL would win the award but Parris is the best in the country and legitimately a top 15 player overall while Parker is too decorated to snub so I felt I had to fit them both on there.
    Fair enough.

    It will probably be some QB that never plays a real defense all year anyway.

    If Marlon Bridges has another monster year I could see him being in the mix for some of those defense awards as well. He balled out last year as a freshman.




    Quote Originally Posted by chattownmocs View Post
    Grass is a disaster. He has 2 senior RBs and he brought in an auburn reject to be his starter. It's sad how in shambles your roster is right now. And it happened so quickly. Pathetic. I guess you should expect it from a career high school coach. Who btw, underachieved in high school. What a loser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BisonFan02 View Post
    Kuhnert for NDSU will likely play C. I would include him.
    I have him listed as a guard now but if he plays center I would add him for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSUSoutherner View Post
    Fair enough.

    It will probably be some QB that never plays a real defense all year anyway.

    If Marlon Bridges has another monster year I could see him being in the mix for some of those defense awards as well. He balled out last year as a freshman.
    I have Bridges on the Thorpe list. If he has another 1st team All-OVC type season he will be on every award list possible next year I'm sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmallCollegeFBFan View Post
    I have Bridges on the Thorpe list. If he has another 1st team All-OVC type season he will be on every award list possible next year I'm sure.
    What kept him off the AA lists last year?

    I would think 4INTs and 5 Forced Fumbles would be pretty hard to ignore?




    Quote Originally Posted by chattownmocs View Post
    Grass is a disaster. He has 2 senior RBs and he brought in an auburn reject to be his starter. It's sad how in shambles your roster is right now. And it happened so quickly. Pathetic. I guess you should expect it from a career high school coach. Who btw, underachieved in high school. What a loser.

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