The FCS Bowl

The FCS Bowl is one of the early postseason all-star games for draft-eligible college football players. The game is played as a doubleheader with the National Bowl.


  DEC 9, 2018 | DAYTONA BEACH, FL

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NATIONAL TEAM  (Blue)

Coach: Mike Stock

QB:  Glen Cuiellette, Texas Southern, 6-0, 220; Domonique Harris, Benedict College, 6-4, 240; T.J. Linta, Wagner, 6-4, 232; Michael O’Connor, British Columbia, 6-5, 230

RB:  Brycen Alleyen, Deleware State, 5-6, 165; Ryan Fulse, Wagner, 5-11, 202; Jachin Watkins, Johnson C. Smith, 6-0, 220; Isaiah Johnson, Eastern Illinois, 6-0, 210

Jachin Watkins displayed some of his untapped potential during the week.

FB: Nicholas Edmond, Morrisville State College, 5-10, 240

WR: Bryan Miller, Benedictine, 5-9, 183; Maurice Thomas, Alderson Broaddus, 5-8, 175; Aaron Blockman, Campbell, 6-0, 210; Kaian Duverger, UV-Wise, 6-6, 214; Daniel Lindsey, Chareston Southern, 5-7, 176; Terron Selby, Delaware State, 5-10, 175; Richard Johnson, East Texas Baptist, 6-3, 210; Darien Townsend, Marian, 5-9, 180; Marquese Surrell, Adams State, 6-2, 175; Dashawn Davis, Presbyterian, 5-8, 163

OT: Noah Beh, Delaware, 6-6, 295; Josiah Tonu, So Oregon, 6-6, 310; Israel Helms, Wayne State, 6-5, 313

OG: Loubens Polinice, Florida A&M, 6-3, 290; DaQuan Brown, Johnson C. Smith, 6-2, 342; Hunter Sallila, Merrimack College, 6-3, 296

OC:  Matthew Pyke, ETSU, 6-2, 300; Justin Brown, Benedict College, 6-3, 330

K: Jack Soslow, Penn, 6-3, 195

DE: Niykiem Floyd, Fort Valley State, 6-3, 258; Brandon Varner, Grambling, 6-3, 268; Chase DeMoor, Central Washington, 6-5, 250; Caleb Wells, Grambling, 6-6, 245

DT: Zachary Cannon, Johnson C. Smith, 6-3, 315; Linwood Banks, Grambling, 6-0, 295; Connor Christian, Jacksonville State, 6-3, 275; Vince Char, Widener, 6-3, 300

OLB: Jibreel Hazly, Florida A&M, 6-0, 227; Solomon Brown, Charleston Southern, 6-1, 235; Jerry Ihew, Ferris State, 6-3, 220

ILB: Miacah Cooper II, Elizabeth State, 6-1, 240

CB: Gilbert Gildersleeve, Angelo State, 5-41, 183; Tyler Hasty, Central Washington, 6-0, 200; Keyjuan Selby, Delaware State, 5-10, 175; Sidney Lawson, Jr., Saint Augustine’s, 5-10, 170

S: Kurron Ramsey, Alabama State, 6-3, 203; Dylan Hamilton, Alabama A&M, 6-1, 195; Wesley Bean, Marist, 5-10, 195; Thomas Oporto, Jacksonville, 6-1, 205

P:  Matt Shiel, Mercer, 5-11, 210

LS: Jordan Laube, Bryant, 6-2. 205

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AMERICAN TEAM 

Coach: Preston McKnight

QB: Vincent Espinoza, Lincoln University, 6-3, 205; Colin McGovern, Stetson, 6-1, 200; Tyler Harris, Rhode Island, 6-4, 235; Lawson Page, Morehead State, 6-2, 225

RB: Damon Cox, No Alabama, 5-10, 207; Cedric Battle, Central Arkansas, 5-10, 190; Brad Woodard, Texas Southern, 5-8, 185

TSU’s Woodard had 125 all-purpose yards in the game.
Photo: TSU Athletics

WR: Prince Gray, Jacksonville, 5-10, 190; Jordan Fuchs, Friends University, 6-6, 220; Demetris Anderson, Kentucky State, 6-0, 180; Javarrius Cheatham, Tuskegee, 6-4, 185; Marque Northington, Southeastern, 5-8, 180; Griffin Norberg, Valparaiso, 6-2, 225; Malique Jackson, Bethune-Cookman, 5-11, 180; D’erren Wilson, Wagner, 6-3, 205; Quinn McElfresh, Mississippi Valley State, 6-3, 215

TE: Devante Jimenez, Bethel, 6-6, 260; Marvin Fanfan, Virginia Union, 6-2, 250

OT: Thomas Dennis, Penn, 6-5, 305; Kristopher Wilson, Virginia State, 6-4, 310; Shamdu Nalls, Virginia Union, 6-5, 315

OG: Jacob Dempsey, Jacksonville, 6-2, 300; DeAndre Greer, Minnesota-Duluth, 5-11, 290

OC: Justin Martinez, Winston Salem, 6-3, 300; John Yarbrough, Richmond, 6-5. 300

K: Coleman Fisher, Mercer, 6-1, 190

DE: Voris Bryant, Fort Valley State, 6-3, 215; Justice Bishop, Union College, 6-2, 235; Jaylin Dailey, No Alabama, 6-1, 255; Kevin Thompson, Bethune-Cookman, 6-3, 250; Rickym Holmes, Benedict College, 6-8, 285

DT: Nicholas Flores, Morehead State, 5-11, 290; Charles Williams, Benedict College, 6-4, 300; Zane Smith, Stetson, 6-3, 295

OLB: Michael Toran, Johnson C. Smith, 5-11, 215; Joshua Amanfo, No Alabama, 6-0, 215; James Gilleylen, UT-Martin, 6-2, 230; Todney Evans, Bethune-Cookman, 6-3, 230

ILB: Clifford Clark, West Liberty, 6-2, 235; Trenton Bridges, Bethune-Cookman, 6-1, 240

CB: Raphael Lewis, Houston Baptist, 6-0, 182; Malik Brown, Henderson State, 6-1, 190; Orlando McKinley, Florida A&M, 5-9, 165; Andrew Whittier, Idaho State, 5-7, 165; Quron Hall, Shaw, 6-0, 194

S: George Parker, Chowan, 6-2, 190; Garrett Jackson, Adams State, 6-1. 183; Joshua Simmons, Limestone College, 6-0, 196; Basir Wright, Johnson C. Smith, 6-0, 195

P: Alex Ng, Valparaiso, 6-0, 215

LS: Olay Dziekan, UW-Stout, 6-0, 200

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The 2018 FCS Bowl | Daytona Beach, Florida

Final Score: AMERICAN 38 | NATIONAL 37

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OVERALL MVP: VINCENT ESPINOZA, QB,  LINCOLN UNIVERSITY
LINEMAN MVP: JOHN YARBROUGH, OL, RICHMOND
SPECIAL TEAMS MVP:JACK SOSLOW, KICKER, PENN

NATIONAL TEAM OFFENSIVE MVP: ISAIAH JOHNSON, RB/RS, EASTERN ILLINOS
NATIONAL TEAM DEFENSIVE MVP:  KEYJUAN SELBY, DB, DELAWARE STATE

AMERICAN TEAM OFFENSIVE MVP: BRAD WOODARD, RB, TEXAS SOUTHERN
AMERICAN TEAM DEFENSIVE MVP: JAYLIN DAILEY, DL/OLB, NORTH ALABAMA

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