TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State tight end Camren McDonald is among 22 student-athletes named to the 2021 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team for dedication to community service.
McDonald founded a non-profit in 2019, prior to current name, image and likeness legislation, in order to serve the community. His organization helps feed, clothe and comfort the homeless and less fortunate with pizza deliveries, hygiene kits, clothing and blankets.
The redshirt junior from Long Beach, California, earned Florida State football’s Humanitarian Award in 2020. He used the early days of the pandemic to become a 200-hour certified Yoga instructor and has conducted free in-person sessions in the park and on Florida State’s intramural fields, as well as virtually for everyone interested in joining.
McDonald is the seventh Seminole to earn a spot on the Good Works Team, joining Mavin Saunders (2017), Alec Eberle (2016), Christian Ponder (2010), Sam Cowart (1996), Wayne Messum (1995) and Corey Fuller (1994).
Allstate is pledging $1 million to honor the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, as well as their non-profits of choice, for their remarkable commitment to community service. Made possible by new NCAA Name Image Likeness (NIL) rules, Allstate has an opportunity to financially empower athletes who serve their communities, opening the door to new possibilities for players and beyond.
2021 Good Works Team
Darien Rencher – Clemson
Camren McDonald – Florida State
Harry Miller – Ohio State
Mac Brown – Ole Miss
Sean Clifford – Penn State
Nakobe Dean – Georgia
Kenneth Horsey – Kentucky
Cal Adomitis – Pitt
Mo Hasan – USC
Race Porter – Washington
Elijah McAlister – Vanderbilt
Austin Phillips – Ashland
Jaran Roste – Bethel
Chibuike Odo – Davidson
Deven Osborne – Dixie State
Alnazir Blackman – Fairleigh Dickinson
Philip Green – Minot State
Jessie Malit – North Carolina Central
Alex Shillow – Texas A&M-Commerce
Hunter Rodrigues – UC Davis
DeValon Whitcomb – South Dakota
Julius Wilkerson – Wayne State
Head Coach Matt Wells – Texas Tech