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Athlon Sports' 2019 Postseason FCS All-America Team

Athlon Sports' 2019 Postseason FCS All-America Team

Athlon Sports' 2019 Postseason FCS All-America Team

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Three players from national champion North Dakota State help lead the way on the Athlon Sports 2019 FCS Postseason All-America Team.

Walter Payton Award-winning quarterback Trey Lance, offensive lineman Dillon Radunz, and defensive end Derrek Tuszka stood out for a Bison squad that finished 16-0 after beating James Madison 28-20 in the FCS championship game. James Madison and Montana also had three All-Americans on the 28-player team, which features 20 schools and nine conferences.

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The last two Buck Buchanan Award winners – linebacker Montana’s Dante Olson (2019) and Southeast Missouri’s Zach Hall (2018) – joined Dartmouth cornerback Isiah Swann and Bucknell punter Alex Pechin as repeat selections on the team.

Athlon Sports' 2019 Postseason FCS All-America Team

 

Offense

 

Defense

 

Specialists

QB

Trey Lance
North Dakota State

DL

Ron'Dell Carter James Madison

K

Luis Aguilar
Northern Arizona

RB

Pete Guerriero
Monmouth

DL

John Daka
James Madison

P

Alex Pechin
Bucknell

RB

James Robinson Illinois State

DL

Sully Laiche
Nicholls

KR

Earnest Edwards Maine

WR

Aaron Parker Rhode Island

DL

Derrek Tuszka
North Dakota State

PR

Terry Williams
UT Martin

WR

Samori Toure
Montana

LB

Zach Hall
Southeast Missouri

LS

Matthew O'Donoghue
Montana

TE

Adam Trautman Dayton

LB

Dante Olson
Montana

AP

Chris Rowland
Tennessee State

C

Zach Larsen
Southern Utah

LB

Christian Rozeboom
South Dakota State

 

 

OL

P.J. Burkhalter
Nicholls

DB

Anthony Adams
Portland State

 

 

OL

Liam Fornadel
James Madison

DB

Jeremy Chinn
Southern Illinois

 

 

OL

Kyle Murphy Rhode Island

DB

Kordell Jackson
Austin Peay

 

 

OL

Dillon Radunz North Dakota State

DB

Isiah Swann
Dartmouth

 

 

— 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.

(Top photo courtesy of Montana Athletics)