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Hall, junior, 6-1, 280, Sam Houston State; Karter Schult, senior, 6-4, 269, Northern Iowa; Tanoh Kpassagnon, senior, 6-7, 290, Villanova; Darius Jackson, junior, 6-3, 237,, Jacksonville StateLinebackers -- Dylan Cole, senior, 6-1, 240, Missouri State; Alex Scearce, senior, 6-3, 220, Coastal Carolina; Darius Leonard, junior, 6-3, 220, South Carolina State.ddddddddddddDefensive backs -- Donald Payne, senior, 6-0, 223, Stetson; Cole Reyes, junior, 6-2, 215, North Dakota; Lorenzo Jerome, senior, 6-0, 195, Saint Francis (Pa.); Dee Delaney, junior, 6-1, 193, The Citadel.Punter -- Miles Bergner, senior, 6-0, 225, South Dakota.---SECOND TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Gage Gubrud, sophomore, Eastern Washington.Running backs -- Khalid Abdullah, senior, James Madison; Jonah Hodges, senior, San Diego.Linemen -- Corey Levin, senior, Chattanooga; Erik Austell, senior, Charleston Southern; Brandon Parker, junior, North Carolina A&T State; Casey Dunn, senior, Jacksonville State; Nick Demes, senior, Penn.Tight end -- Eric Saubert, senior, Drake.Wide receivers -- Brian Brown, senior, Richmond; Kamron Lewis, sophomore, St. Francis (Pa.).All-purpose player -- Rashard Davis, senior, James Madison.Kicker -- Lane Clark, sophomore, Tennessee State.DEFENSELinemen -- Donovan McCray, senior, Grambling State; Keionta Davis, senior, Chattanooga; Anthony Ellis, junior, Charleston Southern; Derek Rivers, senior, Youngstown State.Linebackers -- Christian Kuntz, senior, Duquesne; Folarin Orimolade , senior, Dartmouth; Brett Taylor, junior, Western IllinoisDefensive backs -- Mike Basile, junior, Monmouth; Casey DeAndrade, senior, New Hampshire; Deion Harris, junior, North Dakota; LeRoy Alexander, senior, Youngstown State.Punter -- Jake Ryder, senior, Towson.---THIRD TEAMOFFENSEQuarterback -- Devlin Hodges, sophomore, Samford.Running backs -- Lenard Tillery, senior, Southern; Lorenzo Long, senior, Wofford.Linemen -- Taylor Gadbois, senior, Southeastern Louisiana; Anton Wahrby, senior, Wofford; Mark Spelman, senior, Illinois State; Jerry Ugokwe, senior, William & Mary; Max Rich, senior, Harvard.Tight end -- Andrew Vollert, junior, Weber State.Wide receivers -- Jake Wieneke, junior, South Dakota State; Troy Pelletier, junior, Lehigh.All-purpose player -- Jody Webb, senior, Youngstown State.Kicker -- Erik Medina, senior, Texas Southern.DEFENSELinemen -- Pat Afriyie, junior, Colgate; Samson Ebukam, senior, Eastern Washington; Greg Menard, junior, North Dakota State; Winston Craig, senior, Richmond.Linebackers -- Garrett Dolan, junior, Houston Baptist; Darien Anderson, senior, Alcorn State; Chad Geter, senior, Gardner-Webb.Defensive backs -- Nick Gesualdi, junior, Cornell; Danny Johnson, junior, Southern; Xavier Coleman, senior, Portland State; Jaylen Hill, senior, Jacksonville State.Punter -- Tate Lewis, senior, Southern Utah.---More AP college football: www.collegefootball.ap.org ' ' '