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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS THIRD TEAM: AP Juwan Petit-Frere, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr.,...Petit-Frere missed most of 2019 due to a torn left ACL he suffered against McNeese on October 5. He had 114 receiving yards and averaged 24.9 yards per kickoff return on nine attempts prior to the injury. In 2018 he was named a AFCA 2nd team All-American all-purpose selection, 1st team All-Southland kick returner and all-purpose, and 2nd team All-Southland receiver after a year where he had 796 yards and five touchdowns receivings, 150 rushing yards and one touchdown, and averaged 26.2 kickoff returns with 471 yards. Petit-Frere was also an All-American kickoff returner in 2017 after transferring from Ellsworth C.C. where he was a 2nd-team All-ICCAC receiver in 2016. - DraftScout

(DS#146 WR) Sr/2021 WR Juwan Petit-FrereSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-FCS FIRST TEAM: DB Ferlando Jordan, Southeastern Louisiana, Jr.,...Jordan, who hails from Atlanta, Georgia, returns after a 2019 campaign that saw him earn All-America honors from STATS, The Associated Press and HERO Sports, while also claiming first team All-Southland and second team All-Louisiana accolades. Jordan led the Southland with five interceptions and tied a league record with three interceptions returned for touchdowns. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#999 CB) rJr/2022 CB Ferlando JordanSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 AFCA FCS COACHES' SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: OL Pat Allen, Sr., Southeastern Louisiana,...Allen is the first Lion offensive lineman to garner All-America honors since Taylor Gadbois was a second team Associated Press choice in 2016. In his second year after transferring from Georgia, Allen started every game at left tackle for a high-powered SLU offense. The first team All-Southland Conference performer from Reisertown, Maryland helped the Lions lead the league and rank among the FCS national leaders in passing offense (354.4 ypg, 2nd in the FCS), scoring offense (36.6 ppg, 11th) and total offense (484.8 ypg, 2nd). - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#53 OG) rSr/2020 OG Pat AllenSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Pat Allen, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr., Reisertown, Md.,...Senior offensive lineman Pat Allen and sophomore defensive back Ferlando Jordan represented SLU on the first team. The Lion offense averaged 36.6 points and 473.8 yards per game during the regular season. Allen, the Lions' starting left tackle, and Gooch, who started every game at left guard, helped clear the way for a productive group of skill players that were honored. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#53 OG) rSr/2020 OG Pat AllenSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DB Ferlando Jordan, Southeastern Louisiana, R-So., Atlanta, Ga.,...The Lion defense allowed 24.1 points and 389.5 yards per game during the regular season. Jordan returned three of his league-high five interceptions for touchdowns, while DB Xavier Lewis was second on the team with 56 tackles to go with his three interceptions. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#999 CB) rJr/2022 CB Ferlando JordanSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr., Dartmouth, Nova Scotia,...Second team Lion selections were senior tight end Bransen Schwebel, senior offensive lineman Jarius Gooch, senior defensive end Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, junior linebacker Alexis Ramos and senior defensive back Xavier Lewis. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#85 OLB) rSr/2020 OLB Isaac Adeyemi-BerglundSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Jarius Gooch, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr., Water Valley, Miss.,...Senior offensive lineman Pat Allen and sophomore defensive back Ferlando Jordan represented SLU on the first team. The Lion offense averaged 36.6 points and 473.8 yards per game during the regular season. Allen, the Lions' starting left tackle, and Gooch, who started every game at left guard, helped clear the way for a productive group of skill players that were honored. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#169 OG) Sr/2020 OG Jarius GoochSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): TE/HB Bransen Schwebel, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr., Amite, La.,...Second team Lion selections were senior tight end Bransen Schwebel, senior offensive lineman Jarius Gooch, senior defensive end Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, junior linebacker Alexis Ramos and senior defensive back Xavier Lewis. Among QB Chason Virgil's top targets were two-time All-Southland selection Schwebel (42 catches, 467 yards, 3 touchdowns), Mitchell (45-794-8 TD) and Williams (55-462-3 TD). - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#62 TE) Sr/2020 TE Bransen SchwebelSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DB Xavier Lewis, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr., LaPlace, La.,...Second team Lion selections were senior tight end Bransen Schwebel, senior offensive lineman Jarius Gooch, senior defensive end Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, junior linebacker Alexis Ramos and senior defensive back Xavier Lewis. The Lion defense allowed 24.1 points and 389.5 yards per game during the regular season. DB Ferlando Jordan returned three of his league-high five interceptions for touchdowns, while Lewis was second on the team with 56 tackles to go with his three interceptions. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#65 CB) rSr/2020 CB Xavier LewisSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): LB Alexis Ramos, Southeastern Louisiana, Jr., Salinas, Calif.,...Second team Lion selections were senior tight end Bransen Schwebel, senior offensive lineman Jarius Gooch, senior defensive end Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund, junior linebacker Alexis Ramos and senior defensive back Xavier Lewis. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#999 ILB) Sr/2021 ILB Alexis RamosSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES): WR Austin Mitchell, Southeastern Louisiana, R-Jr., Plaquemine, La.,...Three key members of one of FCS' most prolific offenses – senior quarterback Chason Virgil, senior running back Devonte Williams and junior wide receiver Austin Mitchell – were named to the third team. Williams also earned a third team spot at punt returner. Among QB Chason Virgil's top targets were two-time All-Southland selection Schwebel (42 catches, 467 yards, 3 touchdowns), Mitchell (45-794-8 TD) and Williams (55-462-3 TD). - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#134 WR) rSr/2021 WR Austin MitchellSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES): RB & PR Devonte Williams, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr., Columbia Md.,...Three key members of one of FCS' most prolific offenses – senior quarterback Chason Virgil, senior running back Devonte Williams and junior wide receiver Austin Mitchell – were named to the third team. Williams also earned a third team spot at punt returner. Among QB Chason Virgil's top targets were two-time All-Southland selection Schwebel (42 catches, 467 yards, 3 touchdowns), Mitchell (45-794-8 TD) and Williams (55-462-3 TD). Williams also rushed for a team-high 487 yards and seven touchdowns. His 61-yard punt return for a touchdown allowed him to garner an all-conference nod at that spot. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#116 RB) rSr/2020 RB Devonte WilliamsSoutheastern Louisiana
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  2019 ALL-SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM (COACHES): QB Chason Virgil, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr., Mesquite, Texas,...In his second year as a starter, Virgil threw for 2,881 yards, 18 touchdowns and 10 interceptions on 239-for-367 passing. - Southeastern Louisiana Football

(DS#100 QB) rSr/2020 QB Chason VirgilSoutheastern Louisiana
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  Chason Virgil completed an 8-yard touchdown pass to CJ Turner on fourth down with 2:56 left and SE Louisiana held off Villanova for a 45-44 win in the first round of the FCS playoffs on Saturday. Virgil finished with a career-high 474 yards passing and three TD passes for the Lions (8-4), who visit No. 6 seed Montana in the second round next Saturday. SE Louisiana erased a 31-14 halftime deficit with 17 straight points in the third quarter. The Wildcats (9-4) answered with leads of 38-31 and 44-38 in the fourth quarter, failing to convert the PAT on the second touchdown with 4:36 left in the game.

Jaaron Hayek caught a 40-yard TD pass from Daniel Smith that would have given the lead back to Villanova with 1:31 left, but Hayek was called for pass interference. That gave Villanova a first-and-25 from the Wildcats 45. Villanova turned it over on downs and SE Louisiana ran out the clock. Turner caught 11 passes for 173 yards and two touchdowns. Bransen Schwebel added six catches for 119 yards and Javon Conner had receptions for 102 yards and a score for the Lions. Smith passed for 283 yards and four touchdowns and ran for 90 yards and a TD for Villanova. - AP College Football


(DS#100 QB) rSr/2020 QB Chason VirgilSoutheastern Louisiana
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  The Southeastern Louisiana football team's 2019 campaign will continue, as the Lions were among the 24-team FCS playoffs field announced by the NCAA on Sunday morning's selection show on ESPNU. The Lions will host Villanova on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Strawberry Stadium. The winner of the clash between SLU and the Wildcats will face No. 6 seed Montana in next Saturday's second round game at 2 p.m. in Missoula, Montana.

Southeastern (7-4, 6-3 Southland) received one of the 14 at-large berths into the field and will be competing in the postseason for the third time. The Lions previously earned playoff appearances in 2013 and 2014.

"I love our football team and we're proud to be able to represent our university in the FCS playoffs," Southeastern second-year head coach Frank Scelfo said. "We're thankful to the committee for recognizing our body of work. We're excited about continuing our season and facing a very good Villanova football team next Saturday in front of our home fans." Villanova finished 9-3 overall and posted a 5-3 record in the Colonial Athletics Association. The Wildcats head to Hammond on a three-game win streak after closing the regular season with wins over Richmond, Long Island and Delaware. - Southeastern Louisiana Football


(DS#65 CB) rSr/2020 CB Xavier LewisSoutheastern Louisiana
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