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  2019 AFCA DIVISION II COACHES' FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: TE Zach Davidson, R-Jr., Central Missouri,...Davidson becomes the 20th First Team AFCA All-American in team history and the third tight end. Three of the last five Mules First Team All-Americans have been at the tight end position. Davidson gives the Mules back-to-back-to-back First Team AFCA All-Americans for the first time since 2005-07. Davidson finished the year with 40 catches for 894 yards and 15 touchdowns. He is in the NCAA top-10 in yards per reception at 22.35 yards per catch. His 15 receiving touchdowns are currently sixth in the NCAA and are second all-time for a single-season in Mules history. Davidson caught four touchdown passes against Missouri Southern, tying a Mules single-game record. In 13 games, Davidson eclipsed 100 yards three times and caught a touchdown in nine games. This is Davidson's second All-American award and first as a tight end. In 2017, he was a Don Hansen Third Team All-American punter. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#11 TE) rSr/2021 TE Zach DavidsonCentral Missouri
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  2019 AFCA DIVISION II COACHES' SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: QB Brook Bolles, R-Sr., Central Missouri,...Bolles earns his third All-American award and first of 2019 being placed on the AFCA Second Team. Bolles threw for 4,290 yards this season completing 235-of-419 passes with 42 touchdown passes. He is second in the NCAA in passing yards and passing touchdowns and those numbers put him second all-time in Mules history for a single season. Bolles also added 228 rushing yards and four scores on the ground.

His 18.26 yards per completion lead the nation and his 347.5 yards of total offense per game rank third in the country. In 12 games Bolles threw for more than 200 yards, he surpassed 300 yards in eight games and 400 yards in three. He set a new UCM record throwing for 506 yards in the Mules win at Missouri Western, the first 500-yard passing game in team history. Bolles is the first Mules quarterback to earn All-American awards in two different seasons and just the second ever named an All-American by the AFCA. - Central Missouri Football


(DS#67 QB) rSr/2020 QB Brook BollesCentral Missouri
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  Central Missouri Mules Football won their first playoff game since 2010. The Mules got a lead in the second quarter and never looked back as they defeated the Greyhounds 37-27. The win is the Mules 11th for the season and they move on to round two of the NCAA Tournament. Brook Bolles completed 27-of-37 passes for 377 yards and three touchdowns. Zach Davidson added a score and 90 receiving yards on five catches. The Mules will travel to take on No. 1 seed Ferris State next Saturday, Nov. 30 in Big Rapids, Mich. As the No. 1 seed, Ferris State earned a bye in round one of the playoffs. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#11 TE) rSr/2021 TE Zach DavidsonCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Running Back and Kick/Punt Returner Devante Turner, Central Missouri,...Another Mule who's earned All-Conference honors at multiple positions. Devante Turner leads the Mules backfield with 900 rushing yards on 163 attempts. He's got 11 rushing touchdowns this season which is third in the MIAA. Turner is second in the league in all-purpose yards per game averaging 157.9 doing so as a rusher, pass catcher, and return man. Turner has three 100-yard rushing games this season and eight games with at least 100 all-purpose yards. Turner totaled 314 all-purpose yards against Central Oklahoma with 190 on the ground, 11 receiving and 113 return yards and was named the MIAA Offensive Player of the Week. Turner's returned 25 kicks this season for 561 yards, averaging 22.4 yards per return. He's also got four punt returns for 140 yards including an 87-yard return for a touchdown. This is Turner's third All-MIAA award as a running back and second as a return man. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 RB) rSr/2022 RB Devante TurnerCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Defensive Back Codie Bell, Central Missouri,...Making the All-MIAA Team for the first time in his career is junior defensive back Codie Bell. Bell leads the Mules with 68 tackles and is in the top-20 in tackles per game with 6.8. Twice this season Bell has reached at least 10 tackles and 50 of his 68 have been of the solo variety. Bell has also played near the line of scrimmage with three tackles for loss and a quarterback sack. He's been involved in three turnovers, forcing a fumble and coming up with two interceptions. One of those he turned 58 yards to seal a win for the Mules at Emporia State. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 FS) rSr/2022 FS Codie BellCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA THIRD TEAM (COACHES): Offensive Line Dan Sunderman, Central Missouri,...Playing for the first time in 2019, Sunderman has started every game for the Mules at right guard. The Mules have been strong on both pass protection and run blocking. They are the only team in the MIAA in the top-three in rushing and passing offense. This season, they've rushed for 29 scores and thrown for 41. In seven games the Mules have rushed for at least 200 yards and hit the century mark in all but one. They also have a rushing touchdown in every game this season, including a season-high six against Washburn. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 OG) rSo/2023 OG Dan SundermanCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Dominick Puni - OL,...Puni has taken over the left tackle job as only a true sophomore and run with it. He's done a terrific job protecting quarterback Brook Bolles' blind side and has been a force in run protection. The Mules offense has totaled and MIAA-best 73 touchdowns with 41 passing and 29 rushing scores. As a run-blocker, Puni has helped the Mules to 10 100-yard games and hitting 200 yards seven times. The Mules are the only team in the MIAA in the top-three in both rushing and passing offense. This is Puni's first All-MIAA award. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 OT) Jr/2022 OT Dominick PuniCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Cameron Saunders - WR,...Cameron Saunders has developed into another weapon for Brook Bolles and the Mules offense. This is his first season playing for UCM and he's burst onto the scene with 28 catches for 568 yards and seven touchdowns. Saunders is in the NCAA top-20 in yards-per-catch averaging 20.3. Twice this season Saunders has eclipsed 100 receiving yards and he ranks 13th in the MIAA in receiving yards. Saunders has also proved to come up big with the game on the line. Twice this season he's caught the game-winning pass in the game's final two minutes to defeat Fort Hays State and Nebraska-Kearney. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 WR) rSr/2022 WR Cameron SaundersCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Koby Wilkerson - RB,...For the second straight season Koby Wilkerson earned an All-MIAA award as a running back. The junior has been a terrific runner and pass catcher. He got 726 rushing yards on 123 carries and 329 yards on 15 receptions. Wilkerson has scored 11 touchdowns this season, eight on the ground and three through the air. Among the MIAA's top-10 rushing leaders, Wilkerson's 329 receiving yards are the most. Twice this season Wilkerson has gone for more than 100 yards on the ground and he also has a 100+ yard receiving day. He has five games with at least 100 all-purpose yards, including three of the last four. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 RB) rSr/2022 RB Koby WilkersonCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Deven Smith - LB,...Smith has stepped into a starting role as a linebacker this season playing in all 11 games. He's amassed 29 tackles, 3.5 for a loss and 1.5 sacks. Smith brings consistent pressure on the quarterback with six quarterback hurries. He's been involved in a pair of turnovers with a fumble recovery and a 33-yard interception returned for a touchdown which swung momentum towards the Mules in their 36-28 win over Pittsburg State. This is Smith's first MIAA award. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 ILB) rSr/2022 ILB Deven SmithCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): John Embrey - LB,...Inside linebacker John Embrey has been all over the field for the Mules this season. Despite playing in just nine games, he is second on the Mules in tackles with 44 and 30 solo tackles. Five of Embrey's tackles have gone for a loss including a sack against Washburn. Embrey totaled a season-best 10 tackles against the Ichabods. He has four games this season with at least seven tackles. This is the second straight season Embrey has made the All-MIAA team, also earning Honorable Mention in 2018. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 ILB) rSr/2022 ILB John EmbreyCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Jacob Wiggins - DL,...Jacob Wiggins has been a big reason why the Mules run defense has been at the top of the MIAA this season. The defensive lineman has stuffed the middle of the line totaling 40 tackles, four for a loss. He's also brought pressure on the quarterback with 2.5 sacks and five hurries. Central Missouri is fourth in the MIAA in rush defense allowing just 158.2 yards per game on the ground. This is the first All-MIAA award for Wiggins. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 DT) rJr/2022 DT Jacob WigginsCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Tight End and Punter Zach Davidson, Central Missouri,...Zach Davidson is the only player in the MIAA to make the All-MIAA First Team at two positions. Davidson has been a weapon both on offense as a tight end and on special teams as a punter. Taking over as the starting tight end, Davidson has caught 34 passes for 796 yards and 14 touchdowns. His 14 touchdowns lead the MIAA and are in the Division II top-10. He is also sixth in yards per catch in the nation averaging 23.41 yards and sixth in the MIAA in receiving yards.

Three times this season Davidson has gone for more than 100 receiving yards including a 225-yard performance at Missouri Western which is the fourth most in a single game in team history. Davidson also caught a UCM record-tying four touchdown passes in a win at Missouri Southern. On the special teams side, Davidson averages 40.8 yards per kick and has landed 17 of 42 inside the 20-yard line with eight kicks traveling more than 50 yards. This is Davidson's second All-MIAA award as a punter and his first as a tight end. - Central Missouri Football


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  2019 ALL-MIAA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Wide Receiver Shae Wyatt, Central Missouri,...The leading receiver in the MIAA, Shae Wyatt earns his second career All-MIAA award and first time making the First Team. Wyatt leads the MIAA and is sixth in Division II with 1,229 receiving yards on 53 receptions. Wyatt has hauled in 10 touchdowns and is seventh in Division II in yards per reception at 23.19. With more games left to play, Wyatt is already second at UCM for receiving yards in a single season. Seven times this season Wyatt has reached 100 yards receiving, including three straight. At Emporia State Wyatt set a career-high with 226 receiving yards which is the third most for a single game in team history. He is one of just two receivers in the MIAA averaging more than 100 yards per game with 111.7 to lead the league. - Central Missouri Football

(DS#999 WR) rJr/2022 WR Shae WyattCentral Missouri
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  2019 ALL-MIAA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Quarterback Brook Bolles, Central Missouri,...The Mules quarterback has had a tremendous year leading UCM. Bolles leads the country in passing yards with 3,660 and yards per completion at 19.37. Bolles has completed 189 passes for 345 yards and an MIAA leading 39 touchdown passes. With more games to come, Bolles is already second in passing touchdowns for a single season at UCM and he is one off the national lead. This season, Bolles has set single game records with 506 passing yards and seven touchdown passes. He's thrown for at least 300 yards in seven games and reached 400 yards in three.

He's thrown for a touchdown pass in all 11 games and at least three touchdowns in seven games. He hasn't needed to scramble much but does have 209 yards rushing and four touchdowns on the ground. He's even caught a pass for 28 yards. Four times this season Bolles has been named the MIAA Offensive Player of the Week and twice has been a National Player of the Week. The Mules have had seven MIAA MVP's before the league changed to Offensive and Defensive Player's of the Year. He is the second ever MIAA Offensive Player of the Year at UCM and this is his second time making the All-MIAA First Team along with his 2017 season. - Central Missouri Football


(DS#67 QB) rSr/2020 QB Brook BollesCentral Missouri
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