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2019 Pre-Season All-American team: Defense

*An early look ahead.

First Team

Utah State LB David Woodward was named a third-team All-American in 2018.
Photo: Utah State Athletics
DEA.J. EpenesaJrIowa6′ 5″277
DTLeki FotuSrUtah6′ 5″323
DTRaequan WilliamsSrMichigan State6′ 4″295
DEMarlon DavidsonSrAuburn6′ 3″282
OLBDavid WoodwardJrUtah State6′ 2″230
ILBPaddy FisherSrNorthwestern6′ 4″245
OLBBryce HuffSrMemphis6′ 3″245
CBPaulson AdeboSoStanford6′ 1″188
CBBryce HallSrVirginia6′ 1″200
FSGrant DelpitJrLSU6′ 3″201
SSBrandon JonesSrTexas6′ 0″200
PBraden MannSrTexas A&M5′ 11″190

Second Team

Willekes made 20½ of his 78 tackles last season for lost yardage.
Photo: Mike Carter|USA TODAY Sports
DERaekwon DavisSrAlabama6′ 7″306
DTMarvin WilsonJrFlorida State6′ 5″323
DTNeville GallimoreSrOklahoma6′ 2″330
DEKenny WillekesSrMichigan State6′ 4″265
OLBKyahva TezinoSrSan Diego State6′ 0″230
ILBJoe BachieSrMichigan State6′ 2″230
OLBMichael PinckneySrMiami6′ 1″228
CBThomas GrahamJrOregon5′ 11″184
CBLavert HillSrMichigan  5′ 11″177
FSAndre CiscoSoSyracuse6′ 0″186
SSCaden SternsSoTexas6′ 0″195
PJames SmithJrCincinnati6′ 5″225

Third Team

Penn State’s Gross-Matos looks to build on a successful Sophomore camgaign.
Photo: Adriana Lacy|Roar Lions Roar
DEXavier YoungSoClemson6′ 3″255
DTJames LynchJrBaylor6′ 4”285
DTRyan LopezJrNew Mexico State6′ 2″310
DEYetur Gross-MatosJrPenn State6′ 5″257
OLBBaron BrowningJrOhio State6′ 4″238
ILBColin SchoolerJrArizona6′ 0″230
OLBTerrell LewisSrAlabama6′ 5″256
CBAdrian FryeSoTexas Tech6′ 0″190
CBA.J. TerrellJrClemson6′ 1″190
FSQuentin LakeJrUCLA6′ 1″183
SSJalen ElliotSrNotre Dame6′ 1″230
PPressley HarvinSrGeorgia Tech6′ 0″240

Birmingham Bowl – Dec 22

Memphis Tigers (8-5)  vs  Wake Forest Demon Deacons (6-6)



Coach:  Mike Norvell

Memphis Players to watch:

*Junior RB  Darrell Henderson  (5-9/200)

Henderson has been nothing less than sensational this year.
Photo:  Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

Henderson is the nation’s second-leading rusher with 1,909 rushing yards on 214 carries. His 8.92 yards per carry is the best among all running backs with at least 125 rushing attempts. He leads the nation with 2,328 all-purpose yards, 25 total touchdowns and 15 total plays of 40-plus yards.  Henderson has declared for the NFL Draft and will NOT be playing.

*Junior OG Dustin Woodard  (6-2/285)

Woodard might not be the biggest guard you’ve ever seen, but he gets the job done.  Starting all 12 games, he has paved the way for the Memphis offense that set the program record with 42 rushing touchdowns and 3,311 rushing yards this season.

**Sophomore CB T.J. Carter  (5-11/180)

Carter leads Memphis with 11 pass breakups this season, fourth-most in the league. H ranks fifth on the team with 49 total tackles and his 40 solo stops are the second-most.  He also has two interceptions this year.

*Junior LB Bryce Huff  (6-3/245)

Huff leads the team with 9.5 sacks and 18 total tackles for loss, which both rank in the Top 15 nationally, and he ranks ninth on the team with 42 total tackles.



Coach:  Dave Clawson

Wake Forest Players to watch:

**Sophomore WR/RS Greg Dortch  (5-9/170)

Dortch was the only player in the country with two punt returns for a touchdown in a game in 2018.  AP Photo/Chuck Burton

Dortch leads the ACC in all-purpose yards with 145.8. He compiled 1,750 all-purpose yards in 12 games including 1,078 receiving yards. He leads the ACC in punt return average at 11.0 yards per return. He ranks second in the ACC with 7.4 receptions per game, third in receiving yards per game at 89.8, and eighth in scoring.

Senior OG Phil Haynes  (6-4/305)

Haynes, a four-year starter on the offensive line and a senior team captain, has been a starter on the top two offensive teams in school history. In 2018, the Demon Deacons have posted 5,318 total offense yards and scored 390 points, both second in school history only to the 2017 team.

*Junior CB Essang Bassey  (6-10/185)

Bassey leads Wake Forest with 14 pass break-ups and tied for the team lead in interceptions. He ranks third in the ACC in passes defended with 15 and is third on the team with 71 total tackles. Bassey returned a fumble 51 yards for a score against Rice.

Senior FS Cameron Glenn  (6-1/200)

Glenn, a senior team captain, is second on the team with 91 tackles and leads the team with 8.3 tackles per game and 62 solo stops. He has 5.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and four pass break-ups along with a team-leading two forced fumbles.


Jared Birmingham Bowl
Wake Forest 37, Memphis 34