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2012 All-NCCAA Football Team

 

Offensive Player of the Year: Brenden Chambers – Greenville College

Defensive Player of the Year: TJ Batchelor – Chowan University

Head Coach of the Year: Ordell Walker – Greenville College

Assistant Coach of the Year: Mason Miller – McMurry University

 

1st Team

Offense

Robbie Polacious – Azusa Pacific University – Offensive Line

Jordan Zeitler – Trinity Bible College – Offensive Line

Jeremy Burrows – Greenville College – Offensive Line

Chad McDaniel – Olivet Nazarene University – Offensive Line

Jabari Coleman Wilson – Chowan University – Offensive Line

Immanual Gable – Greenville College – Running Back

Terrell Watson – Azusa Pacific University – Running Back

Greg Livingston – McMurry University – Receiver

Daniel Beals – Trinity International University – Receiver

Jake Mullin – McMurry University – Quarterback

Josh Balzar – Northwestern College – Quarterback

Brenden Chambers – Greenville College – Athlete

Andrew Muzljakovich – Olivet Nazarene University – Kicker

James Gish – Southwest Assemblies of God University – Kicker

Barry Bighorn – Trinity Bible College – Returner

 

Defense

TJ Batchelor – Chowan University – Defensive Line

Josh Swore – Northwestern College – Defensive Line

Manako Tuifua – Azusa Pacific University – Defensive Line

Marevin Newkirk – Kentucky Christian University – Defensive Line

Blake Young – Campbellsville University – Linebacker

Jonathan Sharpe – North Greenville University – Linebacker

Dillon Goodell – Geneva College – Linebacker

Terrell Starckley – Bluefield College - Linebacker

Bryce Wright – Greenville College – Defensive Back

DJ Baiza – McMurry University – Defensive Back

Dominique Rogers – Trinity International University – Defensive Back

Nick Ekanem – Southwest Assemblies of God University – Defensive Back

Tyler Thornton – Azusa Pacific University – Defensive Back

David Strickland – Point University – Punter

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