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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): WR Cayden Jordan, R-Jr., Charleston Southern,...Jordan is back in the fold as a redshirt junior wide receiver for head coach Autry Denson's troops in 2022. He's one of just four offensive returning starters and the top-returning ball catcher with 53 grabs for a team-high 752 yards last fall. His yardage ranks as the ninth-best single-season total in program history, while he was one reception shy of entering the single-season Top-10 list. In his 2021 All-Big South Second Team campaign, he posted a pair of 100-yard receiving games with 152 yards on six catches against Hampton before tacking on 134 yards on a single-game career-best nine grabs, including his lone touchdown, against Campbell. He had at least three receptions in every conference contest and approached 100 yards two other times, with 94 at Robert Morris and 92 at Gardner-Webb. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2023 WR Cayden JordanCharleston Southern
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): DL Anton Williams, Gr., Charleston Southern,...Williams, another 2021 All-Big South Second Team honoree, was the defensive lineman honorable mention choice. The conference recognized one player per position on the squad after the initial team was revealed. He's coming off a campaign in which he finished with 27 tackles, including six for loss and five sacks, second among his teammates and tops for those returning. He had six tackles in the home opener against Monmouth, one game after all five of his stops in the season opener at The Citadel were solo. He had a pair of sacks against North Carolina A&T and forced his lone fumble at Robert Morris. He also had two quarterback hurries against Hampton and at Gardner-Webb. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2023 OLB Anton WilliamsCharleston Southern
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): DB Hombre Kennedy, Gr., Charleston Southern,...Kennedy will lead a secondary unit from his safety spot after he secured a career high and team-best three interceptions last season on his way to earning All-Big South Second Team honors. He grabbed the picks against three league opponents: at Robert Morris, against Hampton and at Gardner-Webb, while also adding 43 tackles, eight pass breakups and two forced fumbles to his resume. Off the field, he was voted to the All-Big South Academic Team and as a Bob McCloskey Insurance Graduate Fellowship recipient by the league office. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2023 SS Hombre KennedyCharleston Southern
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  2022 PRESEASON ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): LB Garrett Sayegh, Gr., Charleston Southern,...Sayegh also is a top returner for the CSU defense, having put together a career-high and team-best 96 tackles in 2021, 27 more than his next-closest teammate on his way to All-Big South First Team accolades. He entered the program's all-time single-season Top-10 chart with the 96 stops, which included nine for loss and two sacks from his middle linebacker position. He finished with four double-digit tackle games, including 16 against Hampton and against Campbell. Against the Camels, he tallied a career-high 11 solo stops with two of his three forced fumbles taking place in the home conference win as he was the Nov. 1 Big South Defensive Player of the Week. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2023 OLB Garrett SayeghCharleston Southern
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  2021 ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM (COCHES/MEDIA): LS - Ethan Ray, Gr., Charleston Southern,...Ray was instrumental in getting the ball to the holder's hands for a 29-of-29 effort on point-after touchdown kicks this fall. Sam Babbush was 24-of-24 on his kicks, while Nathaniel Toole converted all five of his tries. Additionally, the Buccaneers were 3-of-3 on two-point conversions, all pass attempts. Jack Chambers completed two of the tosses, to Garris Schwarting and Ja'Rell Smith, while Schwarting connected on a pass to Kyris Barnett for the other. Ray also was credited with four tackles throughout the campaign. He recorded two in the Big South opener against Monmouth before adding another pair in the regular-season finale at FBS No. 1 Georgia. The Boiling Springs, South Carolina, product collects his third overall All-Big South accolade, including a first-team nod (2019) and second-team selection (2018). He also was tabbed as a 2020 STATS Perform FCS All-American Second Team choice. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2022 LS Ethan RayCharleston Southern
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  2021 ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM (COCHES/MEDIA): DB - Hombre Kennedy, Sr., Charleston Southern,...Kennedy led Charleston Southern this fall with a career-best three interceptions, all coming in league play with picks at Robert Morris, against Hampton and at Gardner-Webb. The three interceptions, which were returned for 57 yards, were the first of his career and he finished tied for third among his league peers. The product of Summerville, South Carolina, posted at least one pass breakup in six games, including multiple in league action against Monmouth and against Hampton. He tallied five solo stops among his six tackles at Gardner-Webb in the league regular-season finale. It came one week after a season-best seven stops against North Carolina A&T. He also forced two fumbles, creating the opposing miscues at North Alabama and at Gardner-Webb on his way to receiving his first career All-Big South accolade. - Charleston Southern Football

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  2021 ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM (COCHES/MEDIA): DL - Anton Williams, Gr., Charleston Southern,...Williams finished second on the Bucs with 5.0 sacks, including at least 1.0 in three Big South contests. He posted a career-best tying 2.0 sacks (for a loss of 18 yards) among his three tackles in the home league finale against North Carolina A&T for his most in a game since 2019. The Marianna, Florida, native added a tackle for loss in the season opener at The Citadel, against Monmouth in the Big South opener and at Gardner-Webb in the league finale. He was credited with a season-high six tackles against Monmouth, one week after a five-tackle (all solo) performance at The Citadel.

In limited action at FBS No. 1 Georgia in the regular-season finale, he tallied two tackles. He closed the campaign with 16.5 career sacks, ranking fourth in school history. It marks the third-straight time he's been recognized by the league on its postseason awards list, following an All-Big South First Team pick in 2019 and a second-team placement in 2020 for the Spring 2021 season. - Charleston Southern Football


rSr/2023 OLB Anton WilliamsCharleston Southern
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  2021 ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM (COCHES/MEDIA): LB - Garrett Sayegh, Sr., Charleston Southern,...A first-time all-conference performer, the middle linebacker led CSU with 96 tackles (52 solo), the second-highest total in the league, which included four games in double figures for the most single-season stops by a Buccaneers player since 2019. The 96 tackles moved him into a 10th-place tie on the school's single-season chart. He had a career-high 16 tackles in a pair of conference matchups, against Hampton and against Campbell.

Among his stops when facing the Camels were 11 solo tackles. The 16 tackles were the most by any Charleston Southern player since 2018. The Simpsonville, South Carolina, product added 12 tackles against Monmouth in the league opener and also at Robert Morris, which was the first of back-to-back contests with nine solo stops. He picked off his first career pass against Campbell and added another one in the regular-season finale at FBS No. 1 Georgia, halting the Bulldogs' opening possession after only four plays. He forced a team-best three fumbles, including two against Campbell and one against Hampton. - Charleston Southern Football


rSr/2023 OLB Garrett SayeghCharleston Southern
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  2021 ALL-BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM (COCHES/MEDIA): WR - Cayden Jordan, R-Jr., Charleston Southern,...Jordan ranked fourth in the Big South with a team-high and career-best 752 receiving yards, the most by a Bucs player since 2010. His 53 catches were also a career high. He tallied two 100-yard receiving yards contests, both in league play, as he finished with 152 yards on just six grabs against Hampton for the 14th-highest single-game total in program history and 134 yards on nine receptions against Campbell. He sparked an unofficially school-record tying 98-yard drive against Hampton with consecutive catches of 43 and 39 yards to start the possession, helping CSU to a touchdown in only five plays. The Tampa, Florida, native collected at least three grabs in nine of the 10 regular-season games and sprinted for a season-long 68-yarder at Gardner-Webb in the Big South finale. It marks his second-straight All-Big South Second Team honor after joining Chambers on the squad last season following the spring campaign. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2023 WR Cayden JordanCharleston Southern
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  SEPT 13 BIG SOUTH OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Charleston Southern wide receiver Garris Schwarting (Bamberg, S.C.) caught six passes for 151 yards and four touchdowns - tying the Big South single-game record, and threw a 6-yard TD to account for all five of CSU's touchdowns in the Buccaneers' 38-21 season-opening win at The Citadel. He sparked a 21-0 first quarter lead first with a 23-yard TD catch, followed by his touchdown pass and lastly with a 27-yard touchdown grab. Schwarting scored on a 69-yard pass play in the third period, and capped the game's scoring with a 24-yard touchdown reception with 5:08 remaining in the game. He was named the CFPA FCS National Performer of the Week Sunday for his effort. Also nominated for Offensive Player of the Week: Caleb Snead (Campbell) and Juwon Farri (Monmouth). - Big South Football

rSr/2022 WR Garris SchwartingCharleston Southern
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  SEPT 13 STATS FCS NATIONAL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Garris Schwarting, Charleston Southern, WR, Grad, 5-10, 189, Bamberg, South Carolina,...Schwarting had a hand in all five Charleston Southern touchdowns as the Buccaneers opened their season with a 38-21 win at crosstown rival The Citadel. He tied the Big South single-game record with four TD receptions and threw a 6-yard scoring pass. Catching six passes, his 151 receiving yards were the most by a Charleston Southern player since 2011. Honorable Mention: Dai'Jean Dixon, WR, Nicholls; Juwan Farri, RB, Monmouth; Cole Kelley, QB, Southeastern Louisiana; Xavier Lane, WR, Missouri State; Peyton Logan, RB, Murray State; Hunter Rodrigues, QB, UC Davis; Lindsey Scott, QB, Nicholls; Trae Self, QB, Stephen F. Austin; Antwane Wells, WR, James Madison. - STATS FCS Football

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  Charleston Southern is suspending its 2020 football season. The school is part of the Division I Big South Conference and competes in the Football Championship Subdivision. The Big South and the NCAA have canceled its plans for a fall championship, although the league did let member institutions play non-conference games if they wanted in the fall. Charleston Southern said in it statement Friday the environment with COVID-19 was too "uncertain" to go forward in the fall. - AP College Football

rSr/2022 LS Ethan RayCharleston Southern
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-BIG SOUTH FIRST TEAM: Cody Cline, Charleston Southern, Soph.,...Cline was a HERO Sports Freshman All-American and is the reigning Big South Defensive Freshman of the Year after a standout campaign that saw the Concord, N.C. native posted the highest tackle total by a freshman in the 2019 season. Cline put together back-to-back double-digit tackling efforts against both Monmouth and Gardner-Webb, adding his first collegiate interception in the Bucs' win over the Runnin' Bulldogs. - Charleston Southern Football

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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-BIG SOUTH FIRST TEAM: Anton Williams, Charleston Southern, Sr.,...Williams finished in the top three in the Big South in sacks, tackles for loss, and fumble recoveries, despite missing the first two games of the 2019 season. He posted one of the most dominant stretches in Big South history with 10 tackles for loss, six sacks, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery over the final four weeks of conference play. He added double-digit tackles for loss in six games, including 4.5 in the CSU win over Hampton. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2023 OLB Anton WilliamsCharleston Southern
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  2020 PHIL STEELE/DRAFTSCOUT PRESEASON ALL-BIG SOUTH FIRST TEAM: Nick Salley, Charleston Southern, Sr.,...Salley, a 2020 preseason Street & Smith FCS All-American selection, was one of the top defensive players in the nation last season on his way to earning AP All-American recognition (Third Team). The Walterboro, S.C. native paced the Big South in tackles for loss (17.5) and forced fumbles (3), while also leading all conference defensive linemen in overall tackles and tackles per game. - Charleston Southern Football

rSr/2022 OLB Nick SalleyCharleston Southern
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