September 21, 2017
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Tulane Football’s Parry Nickerson Named Allstate AFCA Good Works Team Nominee

Allstate & AFCA Release

NORTHBROOK, Ill. – Tulane football senior cornerback Parry Nickerson was named among the 146 nominees for the 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®, one of the most prestigious off-the-field honors in college football, by the Allstate Insurance Company and American Football Coaches Association (AFCA).

Nickerson, a second-team All-American Athletic Conference and Louisiana Sports Writers Association All-Louisiana selection a year ago, enters his senior season with 133 total tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries (including one for a touchdown), one blocked field goal, 22 pass breakups and 10 interceptions (including one returned for a touchdown) to his credit. Off the field, the Algiers, La., native was a member of Tulane’s 3.0 Club in Fall 2016. Active in the community, Nickerson has visited patients at Tulane Children’s Hospital and participated in kids’ skills camps for Special Olympics Louisiana and New Orleans Recreation Development Commission.

The 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® will consist of a 22-player roster comprised of 11 players from the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision and 11 players from the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, Divisions II, III and the NAIA. A special voting panel consisting of former Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® members and prominent college football media members will unveil the team in September from the initial list of 146 nominees.

The following players have been nominated for consideration to be named to the 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®:

Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)
Arizona State University – Tashon Smallwood
Arkansas State University – Blaise Taylor
Auburn University – Daniel Carlson
Baylor University – Taylor Young
Boise State University – Brett Rypien
Bowling Green State University – Nate Locke
Brigham Young University – Fred Warner
Clemson University – Christian Wilkins
Colorado State University – Zack Golditch
Duke University – Gabe Brandner
East Carolina University – Jimmy Williams
Florida State University – Mavin Saunders
Georgia Institute of Technology – Matthew Jordan
Georgia Southern University – Myles Campbell
Indiana University – Rashard Fant
Kansas State University – Dalton Risner
Louisiana State University – Danny Etling
Marshall University – Ryan Yurachek
Middle Tennessee State University – Brent Stockstill
Mississippi State University – Gabe Myles
North Carolina State University – A.J. Cole, III
Northwestern University – Justin Jackson
Ohio State University – J.T. Barrett
Oklahoma State University – Mason Rudolph
Old Dominion University – Josh Marriner
Pennsylvania State University – Brandon Smith
Rutgers University – Sebastian Joseph
San Jose State University – Nate Velichko
Southern Methodist University – Justin Lawler
Stanford University – Harrison Phillips
Syracuse University – Zack Mahoney
TCU – Shaun Nixon
Texas A&M University – Koda Martin
Texas State University – Gabe Schrade
Tulane University – Parry Nickerson
University of California, Los Angeles – Kenny Young
University of Alabama – Minkah Fitzpatrick
University of Alabama at Birmingham – Shaq Jones
University of Arkansas – Frank Ragnow
University of California, Berkeley – Raymond Davison
University of Central Florida – Shaquem Griffin
University of Connecticut – Vontae Diggs
University of Georgia – Aaron Davis
University of Houston – Steven Dunbar
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Nick Allegretti
University of Kansas – Joe Dineen, Jr.
University of Kentucky – Courtney Love
University of Louisiana at Lafayette – Grant Horst
University of Louisville – Lamar Jackson
University of Maryland, College Park – Adam Greene
University of Memphis – Spencer Smith
University of Miami – Demetrius Jackson
University of Minnesota – Eric Carter
University of Mississippi – Javon Patterson
University of Missouri – Corey Fatony
University of Nebraska-Lincoln – Chris Weber
University of Nevada, Reno – Austin Corbett
University of North Carolina – Austin Proehl
University of Notre Dame – Tyler Newsome
University of Oklahoma – Nick Basquine
University of Pittsburgh – Brian O’Neill
University of South Alabama – Tre Alford
University of Southern California – Jordan Austin
University of Tennessee – Todd Kelly, Jr.
University of Texas – Naashon Hughes
University of Texas at El Paso – Ryan Metz
University of Toledo – Cody Thompson
University of Tulsa – Willie Wright
University of Utah – Chase Hansen
University of Virginia – Quin Blanding
University of Wisconsin-Madison – Derrick Tindal
Utah State University – Jontrell Rocquemore
Vanderbilt University – Tommy Openshaw
Virginia Tech – Joey Slye
West Virginia University – Rob Dowdy
Western Kentucky University – Marcus Ward

 

Combined Divisions (FCS, II, III & NAIA)

Amherst College – Reece Foy
Aurora University – Kurtis Chione
Berry College – Michael Wenclawiak
Bethel University (Minn.) – Josh Dalki
Butler University – Isaak Newhouse
Carnegie Mellon University – Sam Benger
Carson-Newman University – Antonio Wimbush
Chadron State College – Steven Allen
Chapman University – Diano Pachote
Colorado State University-Pueblo – Zach Boyd
Dakota State University – Jacob Giles
Davidson College – Ryan Samuels
East Stroudsburg University – Larry Mills
Eastern Kentucky University – Jeffrey Canady
Edinboro University – Ryan Stratton
Ferris State University – Jake Daugherty
Fordham University – Manny Adeyeye
Franklin & Marshall College – Tyler Schubert
Frostburg State University – Jordan Procter
Georgetown College (Ky.) – Kody Kasey
Grinnell College – Carson Dunn
Harding University – Gavin De Los Santos
Hillsdale College – Danny Drummond
James Madison University – Jonathan Kloosterman
Kalamazoo College – David Vanderkloot
Kennesaw State University – Luther Jones
Liberty University – Trey Turner
Manchester University – Jared Bourff
Marist College – Lawrence Dickens
Mercer University – Thomas Marchman
Michigan Technological University – Cayman Berg-Morales
Millersville University of Pennsylvania – Kevin Wiggins
Minot State University – Logan Gunderson
Mississippi College – Chris Manning
Montana State University – Mitchell Herbert
Moravian College – Nick Zambelli
Murray State University – Zach Shipley
Norfolk State University – Kyle Archie
North Greenville University – Johnny Burch
Northwestern College (Iowa) – Jacob Jenness
Notre Dame College – Justin Adamson
Ohio Dominican University – Austin Ernst
Ohio Wesleyan University – Jerry Harper
Peru State College – Gunnar Orcutt
Princeton University – Kurt Holuba
Saint Augustine’s University – Justin Shaw
Saint John’s University (Minn.) – Will Gillach
Samford University – Deion Pierre
South Dakota State University – Jake Wieneke
Southern Arkansas University – Stacy Lawrence
Southwestern Assemblies of God University – Stephen Lawson
Stephen F. Austin State University – Marlon Walls
Stonehill College – Jermel Wright
Susquehanna University – Tommy Bluj
Texas A&M University-Commerce – Luis Perez
The Catholic University of America – Patrick Vidal
The College of Wooster – Patrick Mohorcic
University of Chicago – Chandler Carroll
University of Mount Union – Alex Louthan
University of Puget Sound – Dwight Jackson
University of Saint Mary – Kyle Dougherty
University of St. Thomas (Minn.) – Matt Christenson
University of South Dakota – Stetson Dagel
Wartburg College – Matt Sacia
Wayne State University (Mich.) – Deiontae Nicholas
West Texas A&M University – Dillon Vaughan
Western Carolina University – Keion Crossen
Western New England University – Garrett Jones
Wingate University – Lawrence Pittman
Youngstown State University – Armand Dellovade

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