MEAC ANNOUNCES FOOTBALL ALL-ACADEMIC HONORS
NORFOLK, Va. – The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) announced the 2017 Volleyball All-Academic Selections, honoring 66 student-athletes from the conference’s 13 institutions who achieved academic success during the 2016-17 academic year.
MEAC sophomore, junior and senior student-athletes with a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average, as well as transfer student-athletes who have been in residence at the institution for at least one year, are eligible for All-Academic accolades.
“I felicitate our football student-athletes for maintaining a 3.0 or better grade point average,” said MEAC Commissioner Dr. Dennis E. Thomas. “I would also like to recognize the academic support staff, faculty, parents and coaches who have contributed to the academic and athletic success of these student-athletes.”
Listed below are the Football All-Academic honorees (by institution):
Bethune-Cookman (22)
Alfred Adams
Christopher Adams
Ean Allen
L’Dre Barnes
Delwaun Beard
Gerald Beauchamp
Job Buissereth
Jarren Davis
Jabari Dunham
Marques Ford
Javaunie Francis
Uriel Hernandez
Nicholas Howard
Joseph Johnson
JaQuan Lumas
Zaraphon Only
Daniel Palmer
Diquan Richardson
Jamal Savage
Jamaruz Thompkins
Demetrius Weaver
Milton Williams
Delaware State (20)
Abdul-Kamal Ajelero
Brycen Alleyne
Sika Bendolph
Brian Cavicante
Giovanni Downie
Moses Dupre
Caleb Hebron
Jacob Jones
Fidel Romo-Martinez
Jahad Neibauer
Brock Nichols
Wisdom Nzidee
Cade Pedro
Kevin Perry
Mason Rutherford
Taronn Selby
Ernest Sellars
Brandon Wallace
Xavier Wilcher
Ny’ree Williamson
Florida A&M (18)
Osman Aguilera
Tarique Akbar
Yahia Aly
Bishop Bonnett
Elijah Casey
Marquan Cromartie
Joshua Engram
Doyle Grimes
Vincent Jeffries
Terry Jefferson
Dock Luckie III
Atreus Martin
Demontre Moore
Kevin Newman
Obina Nwankwo
Shamari Pittman
Myles Rouse
Hans Supre
Hampton (5)
Brandon Cox
Jayso’n Davidson
Tyler Frazier
Yahkee Johnson
Steven Smith
Howard (11)
Richard Johnson
Guy Lemonier Jr.
Kalen Johnson
Yoseff Banks
Dakota Lebofsky
David Hudson
Kyle Anthony
Evan Brooks
Makuka Kasuba
Merrick Sims
John Petricca
Morgan State (9)
David Adeleke
Adrien Allen
Cooper Clarkin
Dushon David
Johnathon Honeycutt
Mike Lynn
Alex Raya
Cravon Rogers
Deontaye White
Norfolk State (9)
Larry Bishop
Quintreil Chung
Shakeem Copeland
Marcque Ellington
Dominique Houston
Dominic Jordan
Ebenezer Agyemang-Kusi
Aaron Savage
George Wahee
North Carolina A&T State (17)
Bilal Ali
Kashon Baker
Rashad Bovian
Arlander Cherry
Dominic Frescura
Isaiah Hicklin
William Hill
William Hollingsworth
Darriel Mack
James Mackey
Christian Marshall
Franklin McCain III
Adrian McPherson
Garett Nestor
Terrance Peterson
Julius Reynolds
Jamari Smith
North Carolina Central (11)
William Hunter
Jamarcus Johnson
Chancellor Kennedy
Nicholas Leverett
Xavier McKoy
Erik Schlecker
Brandon Sharp
Darryl Smith
Stephen Stokes
Nathaniel Tilque
Isaiah Totten
Savannah State (19)
Awni Alshafei
Carswell Burns
Ellison Burns III
Tyorrin Collins
David Cooper
Kendarius Dukes
Daniel Foster
David Handler
Derrick Harvey
Anthony Hunt
Octavious James
James Livingston
Brandon Long
Giovanni Lug
Maarquez Martin
Jawara Middleton
Johvonte Singleton
Monroe Thornton
Juwuan Tolbert
South Carolina State (18)
Christopher Adams
Cordell Brown
Rayshawn Coe
Tyberius Cravens
Robert Gentile
Darius Hammonds
Victor Ishmael
Datron James
Kijana Johnson
Jarrod Jones
Darius Leonard
Patrick McNeil
Kevin Rucker
Austin Ruger
Tyler Scandrett
Michael Terry
Terrell Vaughn
Cornelius Walker

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