Three UCM Mules Add More All-American Awards
Central Missouri Mules Football started the new year taking home more All-American awards. D2football.com released their 2019 All-American awards with three Mules making the squad.
According to a story from ucmathletics.com, Zach Davidson was chosen to the First Team. The junior tight ends has earned four First Team All-American awards following his 2019 campaign. He also earned an All-American award in 2018, bringing his career total to five.
Quarterback Brook Bolles made the D2Football.com Honorable Mention Team. This is his fourth All-American award this season and sixth of his career, joining two he earned in 2017. Bolles was already the first Mules quarterback to earn All-American awards in more than one season.
Earning his second career All-American award is Shae Wyatt. The sophomore wide receiver joins his quarterback on the Honorable Mention Team. Wyatt caught 65 passes for 1,452 yards and 12 touchdowns, all of which are in the top-five for a single season in Mules history.
D2football.com also released their year-end team rankings. The Mules checked in at No. 12.