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Stephen F. Austin QB Jeremy Moses

The Associated Press

NEW YORK -- Stephen. F. Austin quarterback Jeremy Moses capped his record-breaking career with an All-American season.

The senior, who leads the nation in yards passing (3,998) and touchdown passes (34), was selected to The Associated Press FCS All-American team, along with running backs Nate Eachus of Colgate and Taiwan Jones of Eastern Washington.

Moses led the Lumberjacks to a Southland Conference title and a spot in the FCS playoffs, setting conference records for career yards passing and total offense. He's a finalist for the Walter Payton Award, which goes to the top player in what used to be known as Division I-AA.

His teammate, receiver Gralyn Crawford, made the All-America team as an all-purpose player.

Jones, second in the nation in rushing, and linebacker J.C. Sherritt gave Eastern Washington two All-Americans. The Eagles play defending national champion Villanova in the semfinals Friday night.

Offensive tackle Ben Ijalana, a 320-pound NFL prospect, was Villanova's lone first-teamer.

Appalachian State, with defensive end Jabari Fletcher and safety Mark Legree, and Montana State, with offensive tackle Mike Person and kicker Jason Cunningham, also placed two players on the All-America team.

Appalachian State quarterback Deandre Presley, also a finalist for the Payton Award, was selected to the second team.

The third-team quarterback was Pat Devlin of Delaware. The Penn State transfer has led the Blue Hens to the semifinals, where they'll face Georgia Southern on Saturday.

Georgia Southern placed defensive tackle Brent Russell on the first team.

Eachus led the nation in rushing at 170 yards per game, including 147 yards on 35 carries against Syracuse, and scored 21 touchdowns.

The receivers were Arkansas-Pine Bluff's Raymond Webber, who leads the country in yards receiving with 1,429, and Southern Utah's Tysson Poots. Shadrae King of Robert Morris was the tight end.

Joining Ijalana and Person on the offensive line were Curt Porter of Jacksonville State, David Arkin of Missouri State and Will Rackley of Lehigh.

The other defensive linemen were Kenrick Ellis of Hampton and Martin Parker of Richmond, both finalists for the Buck Buchanan Award, which goes to the best defensive player in the FCS.

Western Illinois' Kyle Glazier, the Missouri Valley Conference defensive player of the year, and Tyler Holmes of Massachusetts, the co-defensive player of the year in the Colonial Athletic Association, were first-team linebackers along with Sherritt.

Trumaine Johnson of Montana, Korey Lindsey of Southern Illinois and Eugene Clifford of Tennessee State round out secondary.

David Harrington of Idaho State was the punter.

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

  • Quarterback -- Jeremy Moses, senior, Stephen F. Austin
  • Running backs -- Taiwan Jones, junior, Eastern Washington; Nate Eachus, junior, Colgate
  • Linemen -- Ben Ijalana, senior, Villanova; Curt Porter, senior, Jacksonville State; David Arkin, senior, Missouri State; Mike Person, senior, Montana State; Will Rackley, senior, Lehigh
  • Tight end -- Shadrae King, junior, Robert Morris
  • Receivers -- Raymond Webber, senior, Arkansas-Pine Bluff; Tysson Poots, senior, Southern Utah
  • All-purpose player -- Gralyn Crawford, sophomore, Stephen F. Austin
  • Kicker -- Jason Cunningham, junior, Montana State

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

  • Linemen -- Kenrick Ellis, senior, Hampton; Jabari Fletcher, senior, Appalachian State; Martin Parker, senior, Richmond; Brent Russell, sophomore, Georgia Southern
  • Linebackers -- J.C. Sherritt, senior, Eastern Washington; Kyle Glazier, senior, Western Illinois; Tyler Holmes, junior, Massachusetts
  • Defensive backs -- Mark Legree, senior, Appalachian State; Trumaine Johnson, junior, Montana; Korey Lindsey, senior, Southern Illinois; Eugene Clifford, senior, Tennessee State
  • Punter -- David Harrington, junior, Idaho State

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

  • Quarterback -- Deandre Presley, junior, Appalachian State
  • Running backs -- Henry Harris, senior, Southeast Missouri State; Eric Breitenstein, junior, Wofford
  • Linemen -- Johnny Culbreath, senior, South Carolina State; Ryan McKnight, senior, South Dakota State; Corey Konycki, senior, Robert Morris; Pat Illig, senior, Wofford; Michael Booker, senior, Northwestern State
  • Tight end -- Andrew Kennedy, senior, Columbia
  • Receivers -- Marcus Harris, senior, Murray State; Aaron Mellette, sophomore, Elon
  • All-purpose player -- Tavoy Moore, junior, Idaho State
  • Kicker -- Matt Bevins, junior, Liberty

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

  • Linemen -- Mario Kurn, junior, San Diego; Ameet Pall, junior, Wofford; Dain Taylor, senior, Drake; Zack Nash, junior, Sacramento State
  • Linebackers -- Bryce Smith, senior, Samford; Matt Evans, sophomore, New Hampshire; Eric McBride, senior, Richmond
  • Defensive backs -- James Vercammen, senior, Dayton; Dino Vasso, senior, New Hampshire; Moses Ellis, senior, Prairie View A&M; Charles James, sophomore, Charleston Southern
  • Punter -- David Miller, senior, William & Mary

THIRD TEAM OFFENSE

  • Quarterback -- Pat Devlin, senior, Delaware
  • Running backs -- Kyle Minett, senior, South Dakota State; Frank Warren, senior, Grambling State
  • Linemen -- Brett Moore, junior, Georgia Southern; Natiel Curry, junior, Bethune-Cookman; Austin Zlab, senior, Northern Iowa; D.J. Hall, junior, Texas State; Sean Middleton, senior, Southeast Missouri State
  • Tight ends -- Dean Rogers, senior, UC Davis
  • Receivers -- Joel Bradford, junior, Chattanooga; Chris Summers, junior, Liberty
  • All-purpose player -- Mark Rodgers, junior, Cal Poly
  • Kicker -- Adrian Mora, junior, Georgia Southern

THIRD TEAM DEFENSE

  • Linemen -- Devon Langhorst, senior, Dayton; Kenneth Charles, senior, Stephen F. Austin; Andrew Soucy, senior, Eastern Kentucky; Josue Ortiz, senior, Harvard
  • Linebackers -- Jabara Williams, senior, Stephen F. Austin; Dejuan Fulghum, senior, Texas Southern; D.J. Smith, senior, Appalachian State
  • Defensive backs -- Justin Rogers, senior, Richmond; Anthony Bratton, senior, Delaware; Laron Scott, junior, Georgia Southern; Anthony Walters, senior, Delaware