PFN Preseason All-C-USA Team 2022: UTSA QB Frank Harris returns for more, takes top honor

The PFN All-C-USA Team awards the top players on both sides of the ball from the conference ahead of the 2022 college football season.

The All-C-USA Team in 2022 is headlined by a few household names after a terrific 2021 season. The UTSA Roadrunners took college football by storm with their surge to prominence and are set to continue their winning ways this fall. Presented in conjunction with our release of our College Football All-Americans, we at PFN debut our 2022 preseason All-C-USA Team, as voted on by our team of national analysts and NFL draft evaluators.

PFN’s 2022 All-C-USA Team

It’s important to note that these teams may look a bit different than the All-Conference teams listed by each individual conference. Our teams mirror our All-Americans, taking into consideration not only what a player has accomplished to date but looking forward to what we expect to see based on the growth of the athlete’s career.

Offense | First team

QB: Frank Harris, UTSA
RB: DeWayne McBride, UAB
RB: Ronald Awatt, UTEP
WR: Tyrese Chambers, FIU
WR: Zakhari Franklin, UTSA
WR: Victor Tucker, Charlotte
TE: Griffin Hebert, Louisiana Tech
FLEX: Grant Dubose, Charlotte
OT: Zuri Henry, UTSA
G: Quantavious Leslie, Western Kentucky
C: Ahofitu Maka, UTSA
G: Elijah Klein, UTEP
OT: Makai Hart, UTSA

Defense | First team

EDGE: Praise Amaewhule, UTEP
DT: Markees Watts, Charlotte
DT: Brandon Brown, UTSA
EDGE: Juwuan Jones, Western Kentucky
LB: KD Davis, North Texas
LB: Dadrian Taylor, UTSA
LB: Treshawn Chamberlain, Rice
CB: Corey Mayfield Jr., UTSA
CB: Starling Thomas V, UAB
CB: Gabe Taylor, Rice
S: Beejay Williamson, Louisiana Tech
S: Rashad Wisdom, UTSA
FLEX: Jadrian Taylor, UTEP

Specialists | First team

PK: Ethan Mooney, North Texas
P: Lucas Dean, UTSA
KR: Shadrick Byrd, Charlotte
PR: Jaylin Lane, Middle Tennessee
LS: Caleb Cantrell, UTSA

UTSA is led by First-Team All-C-USA QB Frank Harris. One of the top quarterbacks across the country, Harris has etched his name into the UTSA record books in more than one place. He’s a terrific athlete but perhaps one of the country’s best leaders of his team. He has a great offensive line in front of him and one of the conference’s best receiving corps led by Zakhari Franklin. UTSA’s leader on defense also returns as Rashad Wisdom shares top safety honors with Louisiana Tech’s Beejay Williamson.

FIU returns a top target as well in Tyrese Chambers, who needed fewer than 50 receptions to cross 1,000 yards last year.

Offense | Second team

QB: Chris Reynolds, Charlotte
RB: Jermaine Brown, UAB
RB: Calvin Camp, Charlotte
WR: Smoke Harris, Louisiana Tech
WR: De’Corian Clark, UTSA
WR: Trea Shropshire, UAB
TE: Jack Bradley, Rice
FLEX: Jaylin Lane, Middle Tennessee
OT: Kadeem Telfort, UAB
G: Matthew Trehern, UAB
C: Manase Mose, North Texas
G: Panda Askew, Charlotte
OT: Joshua Mote, Louisiana Tech

Defense | Second team

EDGE: Jordan Ferguson, Middle Tennessee
DT: Keenan Stewart, UTEP
DT: Fish McWilliams, UAB
EDGE: Ikenna Enechukwu, Rice
LB: Trevor Harmanson, UTSA
LB: Jaden Hunter, Western Kentucky
LB: Noah Wilder, UAB
CB: Kahlef Hailassie, Western Kentucky
CB: Teldrick Ross, Middle Tennessee
CB: Cedric Woods, Louisiana Tech
S: Grayson Cash, UAB
S: Teja Young, FAU
FLEX: Keondre Swoopes, UAB

Specialists | Second team

PK: Brayden Narveson, Western Kentucky
P: Bernardo Rodriguez, North Texas
KR: Jaylin Lane, Middle Tennessee
PR: Smoke Harris, Louisiana Tech
LS: Angelo Tejada, UTEP

UTSA’s dominance doesn’t stop at the first team as De’Corian Clark makes a terrific No. 2 target for Harris. Charlotte’s Chris Reynolds has quietly performed at an elite level for the past two seasons and should be a nationally-known name by the season’s end. It’s a new era of football for UAB with the retirement of legendary head coach Bill Clark, but their strength in the trenches indicates their players selected to the All-C-USA Team.

Offense | Honorable mention

Jarret Doege, Western Kentucky
N’Kosi Perry, FAU

Shadrick Byrd, Charlotte
Ari Broussard, Rice
Oscar Adaway III, North Texas
Deion Hankins, UTEP

Daewood Davis
, Western Kentucky
Randall St. Felix, USF
Joshua Cephus, UTSA
LaJohntay Wester, FAU
Roderic Burns, North Texas
Je’Quan Burton, FAU

Rivaldo Fairweather
Oscar Cardenas, UTSA

Bradley Rozner
, Rice
Elijah Spencer, Charlotte

T.J. Moore
, Charlotte
Clay Servin, Rice
Sidney Wells, UAB
Chaz Neal, FAU

Daizion Carroll
, North Texas
Gabe Blair, North Texas
Marquice Robinson, FAU
Braedon Nutter, Rice

Rusty Staats
, Western Kentucky
Nick Weber, FAU

Defense | Honorable mention

Jaylen Joyner
Kofi Wardlow, Charlotte
Deshon Hall, Louisiana Tech
Mykol Clark, Louisiana Tech

Davon Strickland
Darius Shipp, Western Kentucky
Evan Anderson, FAU
Brodric Martin, Western Kentucky

Jonathan Butler
, Middle Tennessee
Jamal Ligon, UTSA
Gaethan Bernadel, FIU
Will Ignont, Western Kentucky
Tyler Grubbs, Louisiana Tech
Breon Hayward, UTEP

Trey Creamer, Charlotte
Dennis Barnes, UTEP
Geo Howard, Charlotte
Jordan Dunbar, Rice
John Davis, North Texas
Mac McWilliams, UAB

Jaiden Cole, Louisiana Tech
Solomon Rogers, Charlotte
A.J. Brathwaite Jr., Western Kentucky
Will Boler, UAB

Zah Frazier, UTSA
Kelechi Nwachuku, UTAS

Specialists | Honorable mention

Gavin Baechle, UTEP
Jacob Barnes, Louisiana Tech

Joshua Sloan, UTEP
Kyle Greenwell, UAB

Lexington Joseph, FIU
Walter Dawn Jr., UTEP

LaJohntay Wester, FAU
Sean Fresch, Rice

Brody Butler, Middle Tennessee
Cole Kizziah, UAB

For other Pro Football Network’s All-Conference Teams, view each conference here: ACC | B1G | Big 12Pac-12SECIndependentsAAC | MACMWCSun Belt

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