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Athlon Sports' 2019 Preseason FCS All-America Team

Athlon Sports' 2019 Preseason FCS All-America Team: A.J. Hines, RB, Duquesne

Athlon Sports' 2019 Preseason FCS All-America Team: A.J. Hines, RB, Duquesne

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The talent remains widespread across the FCS with six players returning to the Athlon 2019 Preseason FCS All-America Team from last year's postseason squad.

Running back A.J. Hines (Duquesne), wide receiver Michael Bandy (San Diego), linebackers Zach Hall (Southeast Missouri) and Dante Olson (Montana), cornerback Isiah Swann (Dartmouth), and punt returner D’Angelo Amos (James Madison) are the returnees. All but Amos are seniors.

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The 28 All-Americans come from 25 schools in 10 conferences. Defending national champ North Dakota State, Jacksonville State, James Madison and Idaho are the only schools with two selections.

Athlon Sports' 2019 Preseason FCS All-America Team

 

Offense

 

Defense

 

Specialists

QB

Jake Maier
UC Davis

DL

Sully Laiche Nicholls 

K

Aidan O'Neill
Towson 

RB

A.J. Hines
Duquesne

DL

Nasir Player
ETSU

P

Cade Coffey
Idaho 

RB

James Robinson Illinois State

DL

Chris Terrell
Central Arkansas 

KR

Rashid Shaheed Weber State 

WR

Michael Bandy San Diego

DL

Nick Wheeler
Colgate 

PR

D'Angelo Amos
James Madison

WR

Josh Pearson
Jacksonville State 

LB

Jabril Cox
North Dakota State 

 

 

WR

Nathan Stewart
Sam Houston State

LB

Zach Hall
Southeast Missouri

 

 

TE

Charlie Taumoepeau Portland State 

LB

Dante Olson
Montana

 

 

C

Zach Larsen
Southern Utah 

LB

Christian Rozeboom 
South Dakota State 

 

 

OL

Spencer Blackburn
Eastern Washington

DB

Marlon Bridges
Jacksonville State 

 

 

OL

J'Von Brown
Central Conn. St. 

DB

Manny Patterson
Maine 

 

 

OL

Noah Johnson Idaho 

DB

Rashad Robinson
James Madison

 

 

OL

Zack Johnson 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.

(Photo courtesy of Duquesne Athletics)