Two JSU Tigers, four MS natives named Black College Football All - - Jackson, MS

Two JSU Tigers, four MS natives named Black College Football All-Americans

JACKSON (WLBT & – American Urban Radio Networks has announced the members of the 2015 SBN Black College All-American Team and Jackson State’s Ryan Deising and Javancy Jones have been selected to the team.

Deising, who was also named as JSU’s recipient of the Jackson Touchdown Club Senior MVP Award, finished his collegiate career as one of the most consistent place kickers in JSU history. He is the career leader in field goals and extra point kicks. Deising finished the 2015 season going 16-21 in field goals and 24-28 in extra point kicks. He led the Tigers in scoring with 72 points, in addition to leading the SWAC in field goals per game. He was also ranked 25th in the FCS in field goal percentage.

Jones was named to the 2015 All-American team, as well as a nominee for the 2015 C Spire Conerly Trophy. He finished the regular season as the national leader in tackles for loss with 25.5. He also led the Tigers with 107 tackles and 7.5 sacks. The Noxubee County native was named the SWAC Defensive Player of the Week twice this season (Nov. 10 and Nov. 30). Jones was also named to the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) watch list as well as being named as an All-SWAC first team member.

Alcorn State OL Detonio Dade was selected to the All-American Team. He was a part of a Brave offensive line that led the SWAC in rushing yards and was 4th in FCS.

Texas Southern P Cory Carter earned another national honor. The former Callaway Charger is an All-American for the 2nd straight season. He averaged 45 yards per punt, leading the SWAC for the 2nd straight season.

Grambling DB Guy Stallworth was also selected to the SBN Black College All-American Team. The Gulfport native & Southwest product had 56 tackles and 2 interceptions.

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