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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION FIRST TEAM: DL - Daylan Dotson, Jr., UT Martin,...Dotson lived up to his preseason hype by maintaining his status as a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award after a strong season on the defensive line. He finished the campaign with 51 total tackles while adding 19.5 tackles for loss which ranked fourth nationally. Along with his work in the defensive backfield, he also registered 7.0 sacks, 17 quarterback hurries, seven pass breakups, a forced fumble and a recovery. He recorded multiple TFLs in eight games - including a season-best 4.0 tackles and two sacks against Eastern Illinois - while notching a season-high 10 tackles and four quarterback hurries against Missouri State. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION FIRST TEAM: OL - Drake Carroll, Gr., UT Martin,...After missing all of last season with an injury, Carroll took control of the starting job at right guard and never looked back on his way to all-conference honors. While starting in all 11 games for the Skyhawks, he helped anchor an offensive unit which ranked eighth in rushing yards (222.0) and 14th in sacks allowed (1.09). Individually, he posted 63 knockdowns and graded out at 82 percent or better in 821 snaps. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION FIRST TEAM: OL - Lamar Morgan, Sr., UT Martin,...Morgan also picked up his third consecutive all-conference honors after garnering a pair of second team selections in 2021 and 2022. As a three-year starter at right tackle, he has started 34 games while recording 823 snaps in 2023. This season he notched 74 knockdowns and graded out at 82 percent or better in every game. The team ranked eighth nationally with 222.0 rushing yards per game and 14th in the FCS with 1.09 sacks allowed per game. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION FIRST TEAM: OL - Gavin Olson, Gr., UT Martin,...Olson wrapped up his decorated career by garnering his third all-conference honor in the past three seasons - adding a pair of first team honors (2022 and 2023) and a second team (2021) selection for his career. Along with starting 51 career games on the offensive line, he tallied 74 knockdowns while grading out at 84 percent or better in 827 snaps. As a team, the Skyhawks ranked eighth nationally with 222.0 rushing yards per game and 14th in the FCS with 1.09 sacks allowed per game. On top of his athletic accomplishments, he was also named to the inaugural Big South-OVC Football Association All-Academic Team. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION SECOND TEAM: WR - DeVonte Tanksley, R-Jr., UT Martin,...Tanksley picked up his second straight all-conference second team honor after pacing the Skyhawk receiving core. He finished the season with 54 receptions for 698 yards and four touchdowns - quadrupling his scoring output from a season ago. He ranked fourth in the Association with 4.91 receptions per game while sitting sixth with 63.45 receiving yards per game. He eclipsed 100 receiving yards in two contests, posting a season-best 120 yards against Houston Christian while also racking up 115 yards in a road win at Tennessee Tech. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION SECOND TEAM: KR - Narkel LeFlore, Jr., UT Martin,...Following a couple seasons at the Division II level, LeFlore left his mark in his debut campaign as a Skyhawk by earning a second team slot as a kick returner. He finished the season with 18 kick returns for a total of 470 yards - averaging 26.11 yards per return - which ranked 14th nationally. One of his best games came against Houston Christian when he returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown. The all-purpose performer also rushed for 382 yards and four touchdowns - including a standout performance against Southeast Missouri in which he tallied 147 rushing yards and two touchdowns. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION SECOND TEAM: DB - JaMichael McGoy, R-Soph., UT Martin,...McGoy jumped into a starting role at defensive back and ranked among Association leaders in passes defended on the way to an all-conference second team selection. The cornerback tallied 27 total tackles on the season while ranking second in the league with 14 passes defended - including 12 pass breakups and two interceptions. He posted a season-best five tackles in wins against Tennessee State and Tennessee Tech while snagging interceptions against Missouri State and Southeast Missouri. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION SECOND TEAM: LB - Jaylon Sharpe, R-Jr., UT Martin,...Sharpe wrapped up his first season as a full-time starter by garnering second team honors. The linebacker started all 11 games and compiled 63 total tackles to pace the team while adding 6.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks. He also added two quarterback hurries and two pass breakups. His best games came against No. 1 Georgia and North Alabama when he recorded a season-best eight tackles in both contests. He also notched 3.0 tackles for loss - including a pair of sacks - against Gardner-Webb. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION SECOND TEAM: OL - Vance Van Every, Jr., UT Martin,...After joining the Skyhawks as a mid-year transfer last season, center Vance Van Every started all 11 games at the center position en route to all-conference second team honors. Along with posting a consistent center-quarterback exchange, he blocked for an offense which ranked eighth nationally in rushing yards (222.0) and 14th in sacks allowed (1.09). He recorded 68 knockdowns and graded out at 84 percent in 832 snaps. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION FIRST TEAM: P - Aidan Laros, R-Soph., UT Martin,...In his first year with the UT Martin program Laros led the FCS in punting by averaging 47.2 yards per attempt while setting a new program record. Overall he punted 51 times with a long punt of 70 yards (done twice), 18 of his punts were 50 yards or longer, 16 were downed inside the opponent's 20-yard line and he only had seven touchbacks. Laros also handled kicking duties, making 10-of-16 field goals (with a long of 43) and converting 43-of-45 point after attempts. He ranked sixth in the Association in scoring (6.67 points/game). - UT Martin Football

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  2023 ALL-BIG SOUTH-OVC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION FIRST TEAM: DB - Oshae Baker, Jr., UT Martin,...Baker earned his first all-conference honor after starting at various positions in the defensive secondary over the past three seasons. The cornerback racked up 49 total tackles and 6.5 tackles for loss while ranking fifth in the Big South-OVC with 11 passes defended - including 10 breakups and one interception. During his standout career, he has registered 32 passes defended while ranking second in program history with 28 pass breakups. - UT Martin Football

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  2023 BIG SOUTH-OVC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Aidan Laros, PK/P, R-Soph, UT Martin,...In his first year with the UT Martin program, Laros led the FCS in punting by averaging 47.2 yards per attempt. That also established a program record (breaking the previous mark of 43.62 yards per punt). Overall, he punted 51 times with a long punt of 71 yards - one of three 70-yard punts this season, and averaged more than 50.0 yards per punt in four games. A total of 18 of his punts were 50 yards or longer, 16 were downed inside the opponent's 20-yard line and he had just seven touchbacks. Laros also handled kicking duties for the Big South-OVC Co-Champion Skyhawks, making 10-of-16 field goals (with a long of 43) and converting 43-of-45 point after attempts for 73 total points. He ranked sixth in the Association in scoring (6.67 points/game). - Big South-OVC Football Association

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  2022 ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: ILB - John H. Ford II, UT Martin,...Ford concluded his career by earning back-to-back All-OVC first team honors while also garnering the program's first OVC Defensive Player of the Year selection. A finalist for the 2022 Buck Buchanan Award, Ford tallied 106 tackles, including 10.5 tackles for loss, 5.0 sacks, an interception, two pass breakups, four quarterback hurries, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. The Nashville, Tenn. native ranked third in the OVC in tackles (9.5/game), second in sacks (0.45/game) and third in tackles for loss (0.95/game). Ford helped UT Martin rank first nationally in turnovers gained (28) and in the top 20 nationally in tackles for loss (17th) and sacks (20th). - Tennessee-Martin Football

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  2022 ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: WR - Colton Dowell, UT Martin,...Dowell picked up his fourth All-OVC selection in a record-setting campaign. The Lebanon, Tenn. native recorded 67 catches for 1,036 yards and six touchdowns. He averaged 94.1 receiving yards per game while tallying six games with at least a 100 receiving yards. His 1,036 receiving yards rank eighth in the nation while also siting in the Top 20 nationally in receiving yards per game (94.2, 10th) and receptions per game (6.1, 20th). Along with becoming just the fourth player in program history to eclipse 1,000 yards, he broke a 34-year-old program record after accumulating 2,796 career receiving yards. He also ranks third all-time in program history with 19 career touchdowns and 177 receptions. - Tennessee-Martin Football

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  2022 ALL-OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM: OLB - TJ Neal, UT Martin,...Hailing from Nashville, Tenn., Neal was a breakout performer in his lone season as a Skyhawks on his way to an All-OVC first team selection. The graduate transfer recorded 49 tackles on the season while notching 7.5 tackles for loss, three quarterback hurries, two pass breakups and an interception. He ranked 10th in the OVC with 7.5 tackles for loss while posting a season-high 2.5 TFLs against Boise State. He also recorded a pair of TFLs in the team's road win at Tennessee State while posting a season-high nine tackles against Houston Christian and Eastern Illinois. - Tennessee-Martin Football

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