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CARTER EARNS ALL-AMERICA HONORS FROM TWO ORGANIZATIONS

CARTER EARNS ALL-AMERICA HONORS FROM TWO ORGANIZATIONS

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento State senior wide receiver DeAndre Carter earned a spot on a pair of Football Championship All-America teams, it was announced today. Carter was one of two receivers named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation and also earned first team honors from College Sports Madness.

As a senior in 2014, Carter led the Football Championship Subdivision and the Big Sky during the regular season with 1,321 receiving yards and 17 receiving touchdowns. His 99 receptions were also the most in the FCS and ranked second in league history. The San Jose, Calif., native was a model of consistency throughout the season, amassing at least 100-yards in six games and averaging 10.1 receptions and 139.2 yards in the eight league games. Carter earned national player of the week honors during the season after setting the school record with 16 receptions for 237 receiving yards and four touchdowns against Southern Utah.

Following the season, Carter was the only player to be unanimously selected to the all-Big Sky Conference first team.

The Walter Camp Football Foundation selects 25 players to its All-America team in a vote by FCS coaches and sports information directors. Carter was joined at the receiver position by R.J. Harris of New Hampshire.

College Sports Madness selected three All-America teams with three receivers on each team. Carter and Harris were paired with Eastern Washington's Cooper Kupp on the first team. The complete College Sports Madness FCS All-America teams can be viewed here.

2014 Walter Camp Football Foundation FCS All-America Team
Pos. Name School Height Weight Year Hometown
WR DeAndre Carter Sacramento State 5-10 185 Sr. San Jose, Calif.
WR R.J. Harris New Hampshire 6-0 200 Jr. Odenton, Md.
TE Mycole Pruitt Southern Illinois 6-3 255 Sr. St. Louis, Mo.
OL Mike Coccia New Hampshire 6-2 282 Fr. Bethlehem, Penn.
OL Jack Rummels Northern Iowa 6-5 300 Sr. West Branch, Penn.
OL Colin Seibert Eastern Illinois 6-4 277 Jr. Oswego, Ill.
OL Jake Rodgers Eastern Washington 6-6 320 Jr. Spokane, Wash.
C Max Holcombe Jacksonville State 6-3 290 Jr. Tuscaloosa, Ala.
QB John Robertson Villanova 6-1 221 Jr. Paramus, N.J.
RB Zack Zenner South Dakota State 6-0 220 Sr. Eagen, Minn.
RB Marshawn Coprich Illinois State 5-9 205 Jr. Victorville, Calif.
K Michael Schmadke Northern Iowa 5-10 161 Jr. Waterloo, Iowa
             
DL Zach Wagenmann Montana 6-4 250 Sr. Missoula, Mont.
DL Kyle Emmanuel North Dakota State 6-3 246 Jr. Shuyler, Neb.
DL Javon Hargrave South Carolina State 6-2 295 Jr. Salisbury, N.C.
DL James Cowser Southern Utah 6-4 258 Jr. Fruit Heights, Utah
LB Nick Dzubnar Cal Poly 6-2 250 Sr. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
LB Quinn Backus Coastal Carolina 5-10 215 Sr. Greenwood, S.C.
LB Don Cherry Villanova 6-1 221 Jr. Trumbull, Conn.
DB Caleb Schaffitzel Missouri State 6-0 217 Sr. Fairgrove, Mo.
DB Jacob Hagen Liberry 6-3 205 Sr. Orange Park, Fla.
DB Colton Heagle North Dakota State 5-11 202 Jr. Appleton, Wisc.
DB Donald Payne Stetson 6-0 215 So. Fayetteville, Ga.
P Kyle Loomis Portland State 6-2 230 Sr. Roseburg, Ore.
KR Pokey Harris Murray State 5-10 165 Jr. Winchester, Kent.
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