1. Zach Davidson, TE/P, Central Missouri
Davidson has the distinction of being his team’s leading punter and a huge 6’7” target in the passing game hauling in 15 TDs on 40 receptions and 894 yards in 2019.
2. Chris Garrett, Edge, Concordia St. Paul
Garrett has been constantly disruptive in the backfield and seems to have a knack for finding the ball. He currently holds the Div II record for most career forced fumbles with 15 going into the 2020 season.
3. Rogan Wells, QB, Valdosta State
Wells is a 2-time finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy and led his team to a National Title for the 2018 season. Wells is widely-known for his skills at the Manning Passing Academy and has demonstrated his ability to go through his progression and make good decisions.
4. Demetrius Harris, Edge, Fort Valley State
Harris was an All American in 2019 and was one of the top sack leaders in Div II with 13.5. He’ll certainly be on the 2020 Watch List for the Black College Football Player of the Year Award.
5. Drew Seers, LB, Lindenwood
Seers led all of Div II in total tackles in 2019 with 175 bringing his career total to 337. He is very smart in how he diagnoses plays and is solid in run defense.
6. Tariq Bitson, WR, Adams State
Bitson was one of the top receivers in 2019 with 1355 receiving yards. He went over the 200 yard receiving mark on 4 different occasions (almost 5 – 195 yards) and earned RMAC Offensive Player of the Year.
7. Junior Faulk, CB, Delta State
Faulk was one of the top defenders in 2019 earning All-American honors and was a finalist for the Cliff Harris Award while totalling 9 Ints.
8. Tanner Owen, OT, NW Missouri State
A transfer from Missouri that made an immediate impact starting at LT. Owen is a 2-time all MIAA First Team OL and was a 2019 All American.
9. Henry Litwin, WR, Slippery Rock
Litwin was part of one of the most dominant offenses in all of college football in 2019 heading all the way to the semi-finals of the National Championship Tournament. He caught 103 passes for 1509 yards and 21 TDs. Litwin earned Academic All-American honors as well as Second Team All-American honors in 2019
10. Winston Eubanks, WR, Shippensburg
Eubanks has been an impact player starting every game since his arrival at Shippensburg. He is a proven competitor with pure track speed that has the ability to make high point catches.