College Football : All-America 2011 Defensive Team

KEVIN FRAHM: DT Oregon State. Kevin was a three-time academic all Pac-12 1st team and had 13 unassisted tackles in his final year at O.S.U.

JEFF COVITZ: DE Bryant. Jeff started as a freshman and contributed 19 tackles and 3.5 sacks.

BRONSON GREEN: LB Dartmouth. Bronson was one of only two sophomores named to as honorable mention All-Ivy League. He had 48 unassisted tackes and 2 interceptions.

NOAH JOSEPH: LB Union(NY). Starting for the first time as a junior, Noah led the team in tackles. He was named all Liberty League honorable mention.

ALEX HOFFMAN-ELLIS: LB Washington State. With 64 unassisted tackles, Alex led the Pac-12 in that category. In his senior season, he was named Phil Steele Magazine 1st team and Pac-12 conference second team.

BEN SALZMAN: LB Claremont McKenna Mudd Scripps. With 70 total tackles Ben led the team in that category. It was enough to earn the junior All SCIAC honors.

MAX WINSBERG: LB CMMS. As a freshman, Max was third on the team in total tackles with 61 and had one interception.

JUSTIN SEGAL: LB Ohio Wesleyan. Justin had a very successful sophomore season with 58 total tackles and one sack.

WILL NATHAN: LB Kean. Sophomore Will helped his team qualify for the D-3 playoffs. He rang up 43 total tackles and 4 sacks.

SHAWN ABUHOFF: DB Dartmouth. As a senior, Shawn ended his career with two 1st team honors in the Ivy League (one as a DB and the other as a Kick Returner) . As a DB he had 47 tackles and 2 interceptions. As kick returner, he averaged 22.6 yards per kickoff return and 10.1 yards per punt return with one TD.

CHASE NADELL: DB Muhlenberg. Chase was named All-Centennial Conference 2nd team as a DB and as a Kick returner. The senior had 35 tackles at DB and averages 23.2 yards on kickoff returns.

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