J.T. Luper named to AP All-American first team

The Associated Press - December 14, 2017 10:28 am

By The Associated Press

Central Oklahoma receiver J.T. Luper has received another accolade. Already a finalist for the Harlon Hill trophy given to the most outstanding player in Division II football, Luper was named to The Associated Press All-America first team offense Wednesday.

Two Arkansas players also were honored with All-America. Receiver Jalen Tolliver of Arkansas-Monticello made the second team offense. Cua Rose of Arkansas Tech made the second team as a defensive back.

 

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