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2013 AFCA-NAIA All-America Teams Announced

December 18, 2013
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Story courtesy of Vince Thompson, AFCA Director of Media Relations

WACO, TEXAS – Morningside (Iowa) wide receiver Kyle Schuck and Georgetown (Ky.) linebacker Brock Messina headline the 25-man 2013 American Football Coaches Association (AFCA)-NAIA All-America First Team, announced today by the AFCA. An additional 25 student-athletes were recognized on the second team, which was also selected by the AFCA-NAIA All-America Committee.

The AFCA has selected an All-America team since 1945 and currently selects teams in all five of its divisions. What makes these teams so special is that they are the only ones chosen exclusively by the men who know the players the best — the coaches themselves.

Schuck led the nation in receiving with 1,419 yards, averaging 109.2 yards per game. He also led the nation in receiving touchdowns with 21, accounting for nearly 10 points a game. Messina was second in the nation in sacks, with 15.5, and was fifth in the nation in tackles for loss per game (2.2). He recorded 75 total tackles and four forced fumbles on the season as well.

This past June, the NAIA Football Coaches Association and the National Administrative Council approved the addition of a NAIA-All-America Second Team to allow a greater number of deserving student-athletes to be recognized as All-Americans. This 25-man squad is selected in the same fashion and by the same committee as the First Team. The First Team is the same as what is published by the AFCA and on

2013 AFCA-NAIA Coaches’ All-America First Team
Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. School Hometown
WR Kyle Schuck 6-2 180 Sr. Morningside (Iowa) Cherokee, Iowa
WR Andre McCullouch 6-1 195 So. Rocky Mountain (Mont.) Riverside, Calif.
TE Donovan Campbell 5-11 233 Jr. Siena Heights (Mich.) South Bend, Ind.
OL Cam Edwards 6-5 317 Sr. Saint Francis (Ind.) Bloomington, Ind.
OL Matt Hall 6-10 325 Sr. Belhaven (Miss.) Yell County, Ark.
OL Dillon Carmichael* 6-6 325 Sr. Doane (Neb.) Loomis, Neb.
OL Zack VanDeman 6-3 270 Sr. Marian (Ind.) Whiteland, Ind.
OL Tyler Ford 6-5 270 Jr. Peru State (Neb.) Lincoln, Neb.
QB Josh Hollingsworth 6-1 215 Sr. Faulkner (Ala.) Hamilton, Ala.
RB Cameron Fore 6-0 215 Sr. Benedictine (Kan.) Rolla, Mo.
RB Derek Elliott 6-2 221 Sr. Valley City State (N.D.) Valley City, N.D.
Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. School Hometown
DL Ty Phillips 6-2 252 Jr. Missouri Valley East St. Louis, Mo.
DL Phil Latimer 6-0 245 Jr. Nebraska Wesleyan Broomfield, Colo.
DL Jeff Cascella 6-5 215 Jr. St. Francis (Ill.) Melrose Park, Ill.
LB Jason Gladfelder 6-1 220 Sr. Grand View (Iowa) Ozark, Mo.
LB Marcus Carter 6-2 245 Sr. Friends (Kan.) Las Vegas, Nev.
LB Sean Blomquist 5-11 232 Jr. Carroll (Mont.) Helena, Mont.
LB Brock Messina 6-0 220 Sr. Georgetown (Ky.) Louisville, Ky.
DB Steven Willis 6-2 215 Sr. Webber International (Fla.) Mulberry, Fla.
DB Darnell Woods 6-4 210 Sr. Concordia (Neb.) Phoenix, Ariz.
DB Stony Burns 5-9 182 Jr. Bethel (Tenn.) Orlando, Fla.
DB Lorenzo Fouts 5-10 200 Sr. Southwestern (Kan.) Arlington, Texas
Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. School Hometown
P Matt Klingler 6-1 235 Jr. St. Ambrose (Iowa) St. Louis, Mo.
PK Andrew Muzljakovich 6-1 184 Sr. Olivet Nazarene (Ill.) Vicksburg, Mich.
AP Antonio Bray 5-8 170 Jr. Sterling (Kan.) Van Nuys, Calif.
*-2012 AFCA NAIA All-American

2013 AFCA-NAIA Coaches’ All-America Second Team
Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. School Hometown
WR Jace Billingsley 5-9 185 So. Eastern Oregon Winnemucca, Nev.
WR Anthony Muilenberg 6-2 200 Sr. Dakota Wesleyan Sioux Falls, S.D.
TE Austin Klett 6-3 230 Sr. Morningside (Iowa) Everly, Iowa
OL Levi Coughlin 6-6 302 Jr. Carroll (Mont.) Helmville, Mont.
OL Presley Godson 6-3 360 Sr. Grand View (Iowa) Rosenberg, Texas
OL Josh Steinberg 6-3 290 Sr. Morningside (Iowa) Saint Ansgar, Iowa
OL Sonny Ah Kui 6-3 310 Sr. Rocky Mountain (Mont.) Maui, Hawaii
OL AJ Harmon 6-5 333 Sr. Cumberland (Tenn.) Wadley, Ga.
QB Eric Williamson 6-1 220 Sr. St. Ambrose (Iowa) Springfield, Ill.
RB Tevin Lake* 5-8 205 Jr. Marian (Ind.) South Bend, Ind.
RB Dustin Rinker 5-10 205 Jr. Carroll (Mont.) Riggins, Idaho
Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. School Hometown
DL Deron Bruce 6-4 215 Jr. Ottawa (Kan.) Olathe, Kan.
DL Kimes Gilbert 6-0 240 So. Oklahoma Baptist Moore, Okla.
DL Marvin Newkirk III 6-1 280 Sr. Kentucky Christian Indiantown, Fla.
LB Joe Camacho 6-0 240 Sr. MidAmerica Nazarene (Kan.) Santa Paula, Calif.
LB Zach Dolph 6-0 215 Sr. Saint Xavier (Ill.) Crest Hill, Ill.
LB Weston Hazelhurst 5-11 225 Sr. Cumberlands (Ky.) Clinton, Tenn.
LB Dudley Bickham 5-11 220 Jr. Grand View (Iowa) Pensacola, Fla.
DB DeShawn Gilbert 5-7 150 So. Siena Heights (Mich.) Detroit, Mich.
DB Kory Stamps 5-8 178 Jr. Saint Francis (Ind.) Indianapolis, Ind.
DB J.T. Petsch 6-4 210 Sr. Jamestown (N.D.) Mesa, Ariz.
DB James Dowgin 6-2 187 So. Carroll (Mont.) Greeley, Colo.
Pos. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. School Hometown
P Kollin Carman 6-1 195 Sr. Saint Francis (Ind.) Columbus, Ind.
PK Cameron Golob 5-11 160 Fr. Faulkner (Ala.) West Palm Beach, Fla.
AP Jared Mayernik 5-11 188 Jr. Carroll (Mont.) Stockett, Mont.
*-2012 AFCA NAIA All-American

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