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Athlon Sports' 2018 Postseason FCS All-America Team

Athlon Sports' 2018 Postseason FCS All-America Team: Keelan Doss

Athlon Sports' 2018 Postseason FCS All-America Team: Keelan Doss

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UC Davis senior wide receiver Keelan Doss heads toward the NFL draft as a repeat selection on the Athlon Sports FCS Postseason All-America Team.

The 6-foot-3, 210-pound Doss, one of the leading draft prospects in the subdivision, had the FCS high in receptions for a second consecutive season, hauling in 118 passes for 1,334 yards and nine touchdowns. He will suit up next in the Reese's Senior Bowl.

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Samford quarterback Devlin Hodges, the Walter Payton Award winner, and Southeast Missouri linebacker Zach Hall, who won the Buck Buchanan Award, also made the All-America team, whose 29 members come from 11 conferences and 26 schools. FCS champ North Dakota State, James Madison and Southeast Missouri were the only schools with multiple players.

Athlon Sports' 2018 Postseason FCS All-America Team

 

Offense

 

Defense

 

Specialists

QB

Devlin Hodges
Samford

DE

Darryl Johnson Jr. NC A&T

K

Roldan Alcobendas
Eastern Washington  

RB

Ryan Fulse
Wagner

DE

Derick Roberson
Sam Houston State

P

Alex Pechin
Bucknell

RB

A.J. Hines Duquesne

DE/DT

Isaiah Mack
Chattanooga

KR

Jean Constant Bryant

FB

Joe Protheroe Cal Poly

DT

Khalen Saunders
Western Illinois

PR

D'Angelo Amos
James Madison

WR

Keelan Doss
UC Davis

LB

Zach Hall
Southeast Missouri

LS

Stephen Wethli
Youngstown State

WR

Michael Bandy
San Diego

LB

Dante Olson
Montana

AP

Shane Simpson
Towson

TE

Donald Parham Stetson

LB

Sterling Sheffield
Maine

 

 

C

Tanner Volson
North Dakota State

DB

Jimmy Moreland
James Madison

 

 

OL

B.J. Autry
Jacksonville State

DB

Isiah Swann
Dartmouth

 

 

OL

Drew Forbes
Southeast Missouri

DB

Nasir Adderley
Delaware

 

 

OL

Iosua Opeta Weber State

DB

Robbie Grimsley
North Dakota State

 

 

OL

Matt Pyke ETSU

 

 

 

 

— Written by Craig Haley, who is part of the Athlon Contributor Network. Haley has covered the FCS level since 1999 and is the national writer for www.fcs.football. He appears frequently on radio shows and podcasts to discuss everything FCS. Follow him on Twitter @CraigHaley.

(Photo courtesy of UC Davis Athletics)