ROSELAND, NJ -- USA College Football welcomes the United States Collegiate Athletic Association's 10-football-playing institutions to its small college footbal coverage. Established in 1956. the firm is the nation's oldest broadcasting, event planning & implementation, marketing & promotion, media & communication, public relations and print media provider for small colleges. The initial USCAA pre-season All-American squad has been selected by the coaches, SIDs, certified players' agents, pro scouts, broadcast and print media as well as the staff of USA Football News. Every senior is a candidate to participate in one of the three college senior all-star bowls promoted by USA College Footbal that are recognize by the national broacast an print media along with East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl.

WELCOME TO USCAA COLLEGE FOOTBALL

2012 USCAA All-American Voting - November 9 to November 15
Votes may be submitted by e-mailing to: collegesportsintheusa@gmail.com
Voting by Athletic Directors - Head & Assistant Coaches - Sports Information Directors - Media
and FAMILY (including PARENTS - BROTHERS - SISTERS - GRANDPARENTS), FRIENDS and FANS
All seniors selected All-Americans or receiving Honorable Mention status are candidates to participate in the USA Football Holiday Bowl
USA College Football, Inc. celebrates its 25th Anniversary as the nation's original broadcasting, events planning & implementation, marketing & promotions, media & communications as well as public relations organization for small college football. The firm has increased its overall coverage of small college football to include the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) and the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA). Pre and post-season All-American teams, an outstanding player of the year who is recognized for academic achievements, community service and excellence on the gridiron, of the year, offensive and defensive players of the year plus nine position players of the year will be selected by the coaches, sports information directors, national and regional broadcast and print media, pro scouts and the staff of USA Football News as the NCCAA and USCAA will be supported in the same format as the NAIA plus NCAA II and NCAA III football programs. In addition, individual awards to honor an outstanding coach who has made a positive contribution to small college football and a media individual who has contributed to the national recognition of small college football will be presented at the All-American Banquet on the eve of the USA Football Holiday Bowl in Virginia Beach, VA on December 16, 2012.
USA College Sports, Inc. presents the 2012 USCAA Outstanding Player Trophy
Award honors outstanding football player based on academic achievement, community service and excellence on the gridiron
Candidates may be nominated by USCAA athletic directors, head coaches and sports information directors by November 15
Recipient will be honored Sunday - December 16, 2012 at the
USA Small College Football All-American Awards Banquet
on the eve of the USA Football Holiday Bowl
Virginia Beach - Norfolk Hotel & Conference Center
Legendary Coach Award recognizes outstanding USCAA football coaching performance
Created by USA College Sports, Inc., the USCAA Legendary Coach Award will recogize a current or former USCAA coach who produced a positive impoact on the gridiron while undertaking his duties in a professional and positive manner . The presentation of the USCAA Legendary Coach Award will take place at the USA Small College Football All-American Banquet on Sunday, December 16, 2012 on the eve of the USA Football Holiday Bowl. The recipient will be invited to play a major coaching role in the USAS Football Holiday Bowl coaching sidelines.

Nominations for the Coach Award may be submitted by the college president or athletic director with supporting letters and credentials provided by the nominator. After screening the nominations, the NAIA Division of the USA College Football Board of Directors narrows the field to 10 finalists. The 32-member Donley Award national selection committee reviews the credentials, ranks the candidates 1-10 and casts their votes. The candidate with the highest vote total is named the recipient.

Trophy recognizes outstanding contribution to national recognition of USCAA football
Candidates for the inaugural USCAA Outstanding Contribution Trophy receipient are individuals who have made outstanding contributions that have improved the national recognition of USCAA football. The presentation of the initial Trophy will take place at the USA Small College Football All-American Banquet on Sunday, December 16, 2012 on the eve of the USA Football Holiday Bowl.
Nominations for the USCAA Outstanding Contribution may be made by individuals affiliated with USCAA colleges as well as media personnel who cover USCAA football plus USCAA fans with supporting letters setting forth credentials. The nominations may be mailed to USCAA Trophy, P.O. Box 477, Roseland, NJ 07068, faxed ro 973-364-0605 or e-mailed to collegesportsintheusa&gmail.com by November 30, 2012.

USCAA Media & Communications Award recognizes outstanding professional accomplishments
USA College Football, Inc. announces the establishment of the USCAA Media & Communications Award that will recognize the accomplishments of a Sports Information Director or a member of the professional sports media.. The USCAA Award will be presented annually at the USA Small College Football All-American Banquet on the eve of the USA Football Holiday Bowl. It recognizes the accomplishments of an outstanding media/communications professional for his/her contributions to USCAA college football, demonstrating a long and consistent commitment to excellence and who by his/her activities, professional involvement and accomplishments has brought dignity and prestige to USCAA footbal

Nominations for the USCAA Media & Communications Award may be made by individuals affiliated with USCAA institutions as well as media personnel who cover USCAA football plus USCAA fans with supporting letters setting forth credentials. The nominations may be mailed to USCAA Nedia Award, P.O. Box 477, Roseland, NJ 07068, faxed ro 973-364-0425 or e-mailed to collegesportsintheusa@gmail.com by November 30, 2012. After screening the nominations, the USCAA Division of the USA College Football Board of Directors narrows the field to five finalists. The 16-member USA College Football Media Award national selection committee reviews the credentials, ranks the candidates 1-5 and casts their votes. The candidate with the highest vote total is named the recipient..

2012 USCAA Pre-Season All-Americans
OFFENSE
DEFENSE
QB
Kerry Gibson
Fr.
6-2
195
Lindenwood - Belleville
QB
Kevin McConnell
Sr.
6-3
200
Iowa Wesleyan
QB
Keith Ray
Jr.
6-1
195
Concordia - Selma
QB
Alex Springs
So.
6-1
215
Ohio Mid-Western
QB
Derek Sutherland
So.
6-5
195
Ave Maria
RB
Jesean Godfrey
So.
5-10
170
Ohio Mid-Western
RB
Keyonta Hicks
So.
6-0
175
Ohio Mid-Western
RB
Dominick Sherman
Sr.
5-11
145
Lindenwood - Belleville
RB
Macha Sinhoster
So.
5-9
190
Virginia - Lynchburg
RB
Will Vealy
So.
5-11
170
Presentation
RB
Jerry Washington
So.
5-7
175
Southern Virginia
WR
DaRay Crawford
So.
6-3
215
Virginia - Lynchburg
WR
Chris Fahey
So.
6-2
200
Ave Maria
WR
Ridge Hobbs
Jr.
6-3
195
Iowa Wesleyan
WR
Jeremy Morris
Sr.
5-11
190
Concordia - Selma
WR
Cameron Williams
Sr.
6-1
185
Southern Virginia
TE
Devon Stewart    
So.
6-2
229
Virginia - Lynchburg
TE
Jeff Waldron
Sr.
6-3
245
Southern Virginia
OL
Tyler Condiff
Jr.
6-0
250
Southern Virginia
OL
Ronnie Dixon
Sr.
6-5
360
Virginia - Lynchburg
OL
Doug Fuentes
Sr.
6-2
275
Iowa Wesleyan
OL
Demarco Hunter
Fr.
6-2
260
Ohio Mid-Western
OL
Michael Glover
Jr.
6-1
260
Lindenwood - Belleville
OL
Kevin Lalor
Jr.
6-2
300
Concordia - Selma
OL
Kevin Lalor
Sr.
6-2
240
Williamson
OL
Darius Moore
Jr.
6-3
330
Concordia - Selma
OL
Jordan Padgett
Sr.
6-1
250
Iowa Wesleyan
OL
Tate Rinehart
So.
6-1
255
Presentation
OL
Jesse Temperilli
So.
6-3
280
Ave Maria
OL
Patrick Thomas
Sr.
6-7
330
Concordia - Selman
OL
Curtis Webber
So.
6-1
290
Ohio Mid-Western
OL
Oluwakayode Whesu
Sr.
6-3
300
Virginia - Lynchburg
PK
Jake Johnson
Jr.
5-7
170
Ohio Mid-Western
PK
Christopher Vasquez
Jr.
5-10
190
Virginia - Lynchburg
RS
Jalonni James
Sr.
5-10
175
Presentation
RS
Louis Norwood
Sr.
5-9
175
Apprentice
DL
Dennis Grossklas
Sr.
6-4
240
Ave Maria
DL
Luke Herndon
Sr.
6-0
260
Southern Virginia
DL
Dylan Hall
Sr.
6-2
260
Southern Virginia
DL
Jovan McCamey
Sr.
6-3
260
Apprentice
DL
Philepae Phillips
Jr.
6-5
260
Lindenwood - Belleville
DL
JoMarcus Savage
Sr.
6-3
225
Concordia - Selma
DL
Richard Silva
Sr.
6-0
294
Iowa Wesleyan
DL
Corrie Smith-Dennis
So.
6-6
270
Presentation
DL
Aaron Wagoner
SR.
6-2
230
Iowa Wesleyan
LB
Andre Barrington 
So.
6-1
215
Virginia - Lynchburg
LB
Marcus Bartels
Sr.
6-0
205
Trinity Bible College
LB
Joe Cassidy
Sr.
5-9
195
Williamson
LB
DeMarcus Heath
Sr.
5-11
228
Concordia - Selma
LB
Kurt Joseph
So.
6-1
215
Av Maria
LB
Zach Ray
Sr.
5-10
200
Iowa Wesleyan
LB
Tevin Redmon
So.
5-11
210
Ohio Mid-Western
LB
Robert Robbins
So.
5-11
215
Southern Virginia
LB
Javone Roman
Sr.
5-11
230
Concordia - Selma
LB
Tareek Wilson
So.
6-2
230
Ohio Mid-Western
LB
Kody Winsor
Jr.
6-0
220
Southern Virginia
DB
Darron Hall
Jr.
5-11
195
Virginia - Lynchburg
DB
Gage Hayes
Jr.
6-0
200
Ave Maria
DB
Derrick Henry
Sr.
6-2
195
Lindenwood - Belleville
DB
Justin Hunnicutt
Sr.
5-10
190
Iowa Wesleyan
DB
Napoleon Johnson
Sr.
6-3
170
Iowa Wesleyan
DB
Marlon Lane
Sr.
5-11
155
Apprentice
DB
Chayson Lawson
So.
5-10
165
Presentation
DB
Dwayne Lee
Sr.
6-2
215
Iowa Wesleyan
DB
Stephon McCord
Sr.
6-2
202
Concordia - Selma
DB
Monte Robinson
Jr.
6-0
190
Virginia - Lynchburg
DB
Robert Williams
Sr.
5-11
175
Southern Virginia
DB
Christian Wilson
So.
6-0
180
Ohio Mid-Western
P
Brenton Estorffe
So
5-11
180
Southern Virginia
P
Blake Penix
So.
6-2
180
Apprentice
RS
Eashad Kelley
So.
5-6
165
Ave Maria
RS
Dontre’ Matthews
So.
6-2
170
Virginia - Lynchburg

Every member of the Class of 2013 with no remaining college eligibility who has been selected a pre-season NAIA, NCCAA or USCAA regional all-star is eligible to participate in the USA Football Holiday Bowl. Any son of a Wounded Warrior who meets the criteria is guaranteed a slot in the event that is recognized by the national sports media and the College Football Hall of Fame as an official post-season small college All-Star Game.

With several NCCAA programs in transition and playing independent schedules, USA College Football has established the USA Small College Football division that will provide student/athletes at all small college independent football programs to be recognized as players of the week as well as post-season All-Americans. Click on the logo at the left and learn more. Long-time SID Dave Beyer, the new SID for the McMurry Warhawks will serve as the chair of this committee for the 2012 season.
Several rules changes will be in force for the 2012 season. The ball will be placed at the 35-yard line instead of the 30 on kickoffs. Players on the kicking team can’t line up for the play behind the 30-yard line, which is intended to limit the running start kicking teams used to have during the play while touchbacks on free kicks will be moved to the 25-yard line instead of the 20 to encourage more touchbacks. Touchbacks on other plays (for example, punts that go into the end zone, or fumbles that go out of the end zone) will remain at the 20-yard line.
If a player loses his helmet (other than as the result of a foul by the opponent, such as a facemask), it will be treated like an injury. The player must leave the game and is not allowed to participate for the next play. Current injury timeout rules guard against using this rule to gain an advantage from stopping the clock. Additionally, if a player loses his helmet, he must not continue to participate in the play, in order to protect him from injury.
As to blocking below the waist, offensive players in the tackle box at the snap who are not in motion are allowed to block below the waist legally without restriction. All other players are restricted from blocking below the waist with a few exceptions (for example, straight-ahead blocks). There will also be a new rule prohibiting players from leaping over blockers in an attempt to block a punt. Receiving-team players trying to jump over a shield-blocking scheme has become popular for teams in punt formation. Receiving-team players try to defeat this scheme by rushing into the backfield to block a punt. In some cases, these players are contacted and end up flipping in the air and landing on their head or shoulders.
 

 

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