2018 Walter Camp Football Championship Subdivision All-America Team

Quarterback Devlin Hodges (Samford) headlines the 2018 Walter Camp Football Championship Subdivision All-America team. Hodges passed for 4,283 yards and 32 touchdowns for the Bulldogs this fall.  The team was selected by the head coaches and sports information directors of the Football Championship Subdivision schools and certified by the accounting and auditing firm, Marcum LLP.

In all, players from 10 different conferences and 23 institutions are represented on the 2018 Walter Camp FCS All-America team.   The Colonial Athletic Association and Big Sky Conference each have the most honorees with four, while the Missouri Valley Conference, Ohio Valley Conference, Southern Conference and Pioneer League all had three honorees.

FCS semifinalist North Dakota State, Southeast Missouri State, Samford and Towson all had two honorees.

Walter Camp, “The Father of American football,” first selected an All-America team in 1889. Camp – a former Yale University athlete and football coach – is also credited with developing play from scrimmage, set plays, the numerical assessment of goals and tries and the restriction of play to eleven men per side. The Walter Camp Football Foundation – a New Haven-based all-volunteer group – was founded in 1967 to perpetuate the ideals of Camp and to continue the tradition of selecting annually an All-America team.  Visit www.waltercamp.org for more information.


2018 Walter Camp FCS All-America Team


Pos.     Name, School                                     Hgt      Wgt     Class   Hometown

WR      Michael Brandy, San Diego                 5-11     190      Jr.        LaMirada, CA

WR      Kelvin McKnight, Samford                  5-8       186      Sr.        Bradenton, FL

TE        Donald Parham, Stetson                                   6-8       204      Sr.        Lakeland, FL

OL       Iosua Opeta, Weber State                     6-4       3-5       Sr.        Stansbury Park, UT

OL       B.J. Autry, Jacksonville State              6-5       340      Sr.        Eight Mile, AL

OL       Matt Kauffman, Towson                     6-5       309      Sr.        York, PA

OL       Zack Johnson, North Dakota State       6-4       331      Sr.        Apple Valley, MN

OL       Drew Forbes, SE Missouri St.              6-5       305      Sr.        Bonne Terre, MO

OL       Mario Farinella, Delaware                    6-2       300      Sr.        Bloomfield, NJ

C          Zach Larsen, Southern Utah                6-1       305      Jr.        Draper, UT

QB       Devlin Hodges, Samford                     6-1       210      Sr.        Kimberly, AL

RB       Joe Protheroe, Cal Poly                                    5-11     230      Sr.        Concord, CA

RB       Ryan Fulse, Wagner                             5-11     185      Sr.        Fort Meade, FL

PK       Aidan O’Neill, Towson                                    6-1       199      Jr.        New Paltz, NY



Pos.     Name, School                                      Hgt      Wgt     Class   Hometown

DL       Darryl Johnson, North Carolina A&T  6-5       232      R-Jr.     Kingsland, GA

DL       Isaiah Mack, Chattanooga                    6-3       305      Sr.        Tunnel Hill, GA

DL       Derick Roberson, Sam Houston St.      6-4       250      R-Sr.    San Antonio, TX

DL       Darin Greenfield, South Dakota                      6-3       240      Jr.        Sheldon, IA

LB       B.J. Blunt, McNeese State                    6-1       220      Sr.        New Orleans, LA

LB       Zach Hall, SE Missouri State                6-0       230      Jr.        Louisville, KY

LB       Dante Olson, Montana                         6-3       237      R-Sr.    Medford, OR

DB       Isiah Swann, Dartmouth                                  6-0       190      Jr.        Queen Creek, AZ

DB       Jimmy Moreland, James Madison        5-11     175      R-Sr.    Royal Palm Beach, FL

DB       Robbie Grimsley, North Dakota State  6-0       194      Sr.        Hutchinson, MN

DB       Will Warner, Drake                              6-3       201      Jr.        Pella, IA

P          Chris Faddoul, Florida A&M               6-1       184      Soph.   Wesley Chapel, FL

KR       Jean Constant, Bryant                          5-9       177      R-Jr.     Delray Beach, FL