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Brett Williams Named to AFCA All-America Team

Dec. 4, 2002

WACO, TEX. — Florida State senior offensive tackle Brett Williams was named a 2002 All-American by the American Football Coaches Association on Wednesday. The AFCA All-America team is the only chosen exclusively by head coaches from around the country.

Williams, a native of Kissimmee, Fla., was joined on the offensive line by Iowa’s Eric Steinbach, Miami’s Brett Romberg, Arkansas’ Shawn Andrews and Washington State’s Derek Roche. Williams was honored Monday in Atlanta with the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, given to the ACC’s top lineman, for the second consecutive year. He is one of three ACC players on the 2002 AFCA All-America team. Wake Forest defensive end Calvin Pace and Maryland linebacker E.J. Henderson were also recognized. The complete team is listed below:

2002 AFCA Coaches' All-America Team

WR Charles Rogers, Michigan St.
WR Nate Burleson, Nevada
TE Dallas Clark, Iowa
OL Eric Steinbach, Iowa
OL Brett Williams, Florida St.
C Brett Romberg, Miami
OL Shawn Andrews, Arkansas
OL Derrick Roche, Washington St.
QB Ken Dorsey, Miami
RB Chris Brown, Colorado
RB Larry Johnson, Penn State

DL Tommie Harris, Oklahoma
DL Terrell Suggs, Arizona St.
DL Jerome McDougle, Miami
DL Calvin Pace, Wake Forest
LB E.J. Henderson, Maryland
LB Boss Bailey, Georgia
LB Bradie James, LSU
DB Mike Doss, Ohio St.
DB Shane Walton, Notre Dame
DB Terence Newman, Kansas St.
DB Brandon Everage, Oklahoma

P Mark Mariscal, Colorado
PK Mike Nugent, Ohio St.
RS DeJuan Groce, Nebraska

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