A do-it-all back who set school records with 1,057 rushing yards and 1,943 all-purpose yards in 2019, Tra Minter was named Sun Belt first-team all-purpose back. He signed with South Alabama after one season at Garden City (Kan.) Community College, where he finished second in the nation in rushing and helped his team win the

A former walk-on from Philadelphia, Matt Ammendola finished his career as the third all-time leading scorer for Oklahoma State with 356 points. Noted for his consistency, he connected on 60-of-72 career field goals, including both attempts from beyond 50 yards, while converting on 177-of-182 extra points. A four-time All-Big 12 first-team and all-academic selection, Ammendola

A two-year starter at tackle, Scott Hattok is known for his toughness to play through injuries and attention to detail rooted in film-room dedication. He’s a big reason why the Falcons were able to double down on their win total from five in 2018, to 11 in 2019. Hattok also played a big part in

A true weapon, Chris Rowland has produced as a wide receiver, running back and return man, finishing with 5,129 career all-purpose yards. In 2019, he racked up 104 receptions for 1,437 yards (13.3 average), 19 rushes for 132 yards (6.9 average), 14 punt returns for 166 yards (11.9 average), 15 kick returns for 375 yards

A multiple All-Frontier Conference honoree, Brown has started the past three seasons (34 games) at both right and left tackle for Idaho. He has also been a conference standout on the Yotes’s track & field team in the discus, hammer throw and shot put. Previously, he spent one season at Western Oregon, participating in both

An All-MIAA standout, Pittsburg State cornerback KiAnte Hardin brings big game pedigree as a transfer from Minnesota. A versatile player who also returns kicks, the former high school track star is a weapon with the ball in his hands and is a threat to score on any interception or return opportunity. Hardin had four interceptions