MEAC announces postseason honors
The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference announced its postseason football honors Monday. SC State head coach Buddy Pough was named the conference's Coach of the Year after finishing 5-0 in conference play and winning his eighth conference title.
Defensive lineman Jablonski Green, linebackers Chad Gilchrist and B.J. Davis and defensive backs Decobie Durant and Zafir Kelly were each named to the conference's First-Team Defense.
Running back Kendrell Flowers, receiver Will Vereen, tight end Yancey Washington and offensive lineman Nick Taiste were named Second-Team Offense
Defensive linemen Patrick Godbolt and Octaveon Minter were named Second-Team Defense.
Quarterback Corey Fields, receiver Shaquan Davis and offensive linemen Eric Brown and Cam Johnson were named Third-Team Offense
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