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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM: LB Chizi Umunakwe, Central Connecticut, Gr.,...Umunakwe, a 2021 All-NEC Second Team selection appeared in every game last season, recording 50 tackles, 6.0 TFL and 3.0 sacks. He ranked 20th in the NEC at 4.55 tackles per game and 15th in sacks per game. The linebacker also earned NEC Outdoor Track & Field All-Rookie team honors in javelin. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2023 OLB Chizi UmunakweCentral Connecticut
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM: DB Jonathan Cabral-Martin, Central Connecticut, Jr.,...Cabral-Martin saw action in all 11 games of his rookie season. He recorded 47 tackles in 2021, recorded two interceptions and broke up six passes. He ranked fifth in the league in passes defended and was one of two players in the conference to recover multiple fumbles during the campaign. - Central Connecticut Football

So/2025 SS Jonathan Cabral-MartinCentral Connecticut
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL TEAM: OL Craig Wood, Central Connecticut, Gr.,...Wood anchored the Blue Devils offensive line, playing in 10 games at center. Central averaged 329.5 yards per game, and 176 yards per game on the ground over the final four games of the season. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2023 C Craig WoodCentral Connecticut
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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Tyshaun James, Central Connecticut, Sr.,...James capped his career as CCSU's all-time leader with 18 career receiving touchdowns. The senior wideout was named All-NEC First Team for the second time. One of the top receivers in the league, James finished with 45 catches for 674 yards and five touchdowns, while added 67 rushing yards and a touchdown on 22 carries. He also ranked among the NEC leaders in receptions per game (4.09, 4th), receiving yards per game (59.0, 5th) and all-purpose yards per game (65.09, 7th). James had a league-high 169 yards on seven catches with a touchdown on Nov. 13 at Duquesne. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2022 WR Tyshaun JamesCentral Connecticut
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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DB Jahlil Brown, Central Connecticut, Jr.,...Brown helped anchor the defense from his position in the defensive backfield. He led the team with 59.0 tackles and had three pass breakups. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2023 CB Jahlil BrownCentral Connecticut
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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DB Tyler Boatwright, Central Connecticut, So.,...Boatwright played in eight contests and helped solidify the CCSU pass defense. He recorded 26.0 tackles and had an interception and a team-high eight pass breakups. - Central Connecticut Football

rJr/2024 CB Tyler BoatwrightCentral Connecticut
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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Kelvin Apari, Central Connecticut, Sr.,...Apari transferred to CCSU from Harvard for his final season. Apari collected 49 tackles and ranked second in the league with 5.5 sacks and 12.0 tackles for loss. A disruptive edge rusher, he forced two fumbles on the season and was among the nation's leaders, recording 1.3 TFL per game. He twice had 10+ tackles in a game, including a season-high 14.0 against Columbia, when he added four TFL and 1.5 sacks. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2022 DE Kelvin ApariCentral Connecticut
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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL JJ Colimon, Central Connecticut, Sr.,...Colimon, a senior lineman from Cambridge, MA, helped anchor the Blue Devils' offensive line. He helped the Blue Devils offense lead the country in time of possession at 34:24 per game. Central averaged 329.5 yards of total offense per game. The CCSU passing offense was third at 198.4 yards per game. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2022 OG JJ ColimonCentral Connecticut
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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): LB Chizi Umunakwe, Central Connecticut, Jr.,... Umunakwe was second on the team with 50.0 tackles as a linebacker. He also added 3.0 sacks and 6.0 TFL. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2023 OLB Chizi UmunakweCentral Connecticut
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  2021 ALL-NORTHEAST CONFERENCE FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): LB Trevante Jones, Central Connecticut, Sr.,...Jones, who was named to the First Team in 2019, missed action due to injury during the season, but still collected 34.0 tackles, 2.5 sacks and 5.0 TFL. - Central Connecticut Football

rSr/2022 DT Tre JonesCentral Connecticut
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  Shon Mitchell threw two touchdown passes, Joe Zoppi kicked a 31-yard field goal on the final play, and Central Connecticut State defeated Saint Francis (Pa.) 24-21 on Saturday. With the score tied at 21 late in the fourth quarter, Saint Francis punter Jordan Slaiby could not field the snap from center and Central Connecticut took possession at the Red Flash 27-yard line. CCSU ran out the final two minutes, capped by Zoppi's third field goal of the game for the Blue Devils (4-7, 4-3 Northeast Conference). All five of the game's touchdowns were through the air as Saint Francis' Justin Sliwoski threw three TD passes to answer Mitchell's two. Sliwoski completed 14 of 20 passes for 254 yards. Mitchell was 12-of-32 passing for 124 yards. Nasir Smith had 95 yards on the ground for CCSU. Marques DeShields had 74 yards rushing for the Red Flash (5-6, 4-3). - AP College Football

rSr/2022 WR Tyshaun JamesCentral Connecticut
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  Romelo Williams accounted for 233 yards and a touchdown and Central Connecticut controlled Bryant in a 30-15 win on Saturday. After Sacred Heart's 4-1 record in the Northeast Conference, Bryant, Central Connecticut, Duquesne and St. Francis (PA) are tied for second at 3-2. Williams threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Tyshaun James with 23 seconds left before halftime for a 13-7 lead and the Blue Devils led the rest of the way. Central Connecticut (3-6) put together scoring drives of 65, 75 and 52 yards in the process of holding the ball for 35 minutes. The defense also produced a pair of touchdowns when Ifeanyi Okorji came up with a 29-yard pick-6 of Zevi Eckhaus to start the scoring. Tre Jones ended the scoring when he recovered Eckhaus' fumble in the end zone following a sack by Kelvin Apari. Bryant's (5-4) lone lead came when Eckhaus threw a 9-yard score to Landon Ruggieri for a 7-6 advantage. Eckhaus finished with a pair of passing scores. - AP College Football

rJr/2024 QB Romelo WilliamsCentral Connecticut
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  Aaron Dawson ran for 164 yards on 36 carries and scored a touchdown and Central Connecticut scored six touchdowns in the first half en route to a 49-21 win over Merrimack on Saturday. Blue Devils' (2-6, 2-2 Northeast Conference) quarterback Romelo Williams had scoring runs of 5 and 1 yards in the first quarter. Central Connecticut went on to score four touchdowns in a six-minute span in the second for a 42-0 advantage. The Blue Devils ended a five-game losing streak. Central Connecticut's 49-point effort was its highest since a 49-28 win over Robert Morris on Nov. 16, 2019. Westin Elliott threw for 257 yards and three touchdowns for the Warriors (4-4, 1-3). Tyler Roberts had 116 yards receiving on seven receptions for two scores. - AP College Football

rSr/2023 RB Aaron DawsonCentral Connecticut
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT NEC PRESEASON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR: LB Tre Jones, Central Connecticut St, Sr.,...Senior linebacker Tre Jones earned All-NEC First Team honors in 2019 after ranking fourth in the NEC with 8.0 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss, along with 58.0 tackles. - Central Connecticut State Football

rSr/2022 DT Tre JonesCentral Connecticut
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: OL J'von Brown, Central Conn St, Sr.,... Brown was a preseason All-America selection by two publications before having his season cut short to injury last season. Brown, who earned All-Conference, All-ECAC and All-New England honors following the 2018 season, helped anchor an offensive line that allowed the Blue Devils to post 289.3 rushing yards per game in six conference games in 2018. - Central Conn State Football

rSr/2023 OG JVon BrownCentral Connecticut
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