Seniors Kenneth Charles and Jeremy Moses and junior Devin Ducote have been named to the 2010 Consensus Draft Services (CDS) Preseason All-America team announced publication officials over the weekend. Charles received second-team recognition while Moses and Ducote have been named to the second team.
Charles earned second-team All-Southland Conference honors after posting a career year in 2009. Charles finished among the team leaders with 50 tackles, including 11 tackles for losses, nine sacks and forced five fumbles. He helped lead a resurgent Lumberjack defense that finished 18th in the nation in tackles for losses and sixth in the country in sacks.
Ducote was another key figure of the Lumberjack defense in 2009 leading the conference and finishing second in the nation with 137 total tackles. He also posted the league's second-best mark with 12.5 tackles for losses. After sitting out the 2008 season due to an injury, Ducote was honored by the league last season receiving second-team All-SLC honors.
Moses enters his final season as the school's all-time leading passer. The two-time All-Southland Conference selection owns four SFA career records and will begin his assault on the conference and national record books in 2010. Moses completed a school-record 385 passes for 4,124 yards and 40 touchdowns last season, and was the catalyst for the nation's top passing offense. Following the season, Moses was named SLC Player of the Year and a first-team CSN Fabulous Fifty All-American.