Cameron Luke named to 2008 Fab 50

The College Sporting News recently announced its 2008 Fab Fifty Division I FCS All-American team and Texas State received two nominations. Cameron Luke was named first team offense, while Blake Burton received honorable mention as a running back.

Here is the link to the story.

Coach of the Year: Mike London, Richmond
Offensive Player of the Year: Armanti Edwards, QB, Appalachian State
Defensive Player of the Year: Greg Peach, DE, Eastern Washington
Offensive Lineman of the Year: Matthew McCracken, OG, Richmond
Freshman of the Year: Edwin Gowins, RB, Stony Brook
Playoff Most Valuable Player: Lawrence Sidbury, Jr., DE, Richmond

OFFENSE

QB Nathan Brown, Central Arkansas
QB Rodney Landers, James Madison
RB Herb Donaldson, Western Illinois
RB Rashad Jennings, Liberty
FB Marcus Mailei, Weber State
AB Larry Warner, Southern Illinois
C Scott Lemm, James Madison
OG Colin Dow, Montana
OG Jonathan Compas, UC Davis
OT Joel Bell, Furman
OT Nick Hennessey, Colgate
OL Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State
TE Clay Harbor, Missouri State
TE Scott Sicko, New Hampshire
WR Andre Roberts, The Citadel
WR Cameron Luke, Texas State
WR John Matthews, San Diego
WR Ramses Barden, Cal Poly
WR Terrell Hudgins, Elon

DEFENSE

DT Everette Pedescleaux, Northern Iowa
DT John Faletoese, UC Davis
DE Greg Miller, Villanova
DE Jovan Belcher, Maine
DL Austin Lane, Murray State
DL James Ruffin, Northern Iowa
DL Larry Hart, Central Arkansas
DL Sherman Logan, Richmond
LB Andy Schantz, Portland State
LB Bobby Abare, Yale
LB Eric McBride, Richmond
LB Jason Williams, Western Illinois
LB Zach East, Prairie View A&M
CB Dominique Johnson, Jackson State
CB K. J. Gerard, Northern Arizona
DB Carnell Clark, Jacksonville State
DB Courtney Robinson, Massachusetts
DB Dontrell Miller, Tennessee Martin
DB Lardarius Webb, Nicholls State
S Colt Anderson, Montana
S Mark LeGree Appalachian State

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