2023 College Football All-MAC Team: Bowling Green TE Harold Fannin Jr., Toledo CB Quinyon Mitchell and more

2T234RA Toledo cornerback Quinyon Mitchell (27) during an NCAA football game on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2023, in Muncie, Ind. (AP Photo/Doug McSchooler)

With bowl season upon us, it’s time to look back at the top performers from what was an incredible 2023 season of college football. After unveiling our All-American team and awards, here’s a look at PFF’s 2023 All-MAC team, as voted on by 13 PFF analysts and data collectors.

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QB: Dequan Finn, Toledo Rockets
RB: Peny Boone, Toledo Rockets
WR: Kenneth Womack, Western Michigan Broncos
WR: Chrishon McCray, Kent State Golden Flashes
WR: Gage Larvadain, Miami (OH) RedHawks
TE: Harold Fannin Jr., Bowling Green Falcons
LT: Nick Rosi, Toledo Rockets
LG: Kurt Danneker, Ohio Bobcats
C: Jacob Gideon, Western Michigan Broncos
RG: Addison West, Western Michigan Broncos
RT: Nolan Potter, Northern Illinois Huskies


DI: Darius Alexander, Toledo Rockets
DI: CJ West, Kent State Golden Flashes
EDGE: Marshawn Kneeland, Western Michigan Broncos
EDGE: Caiden Woullard, Miami (OH) RedHawks
LB: Joe Andreessen, Buffalo Bulls
LB: Bryce Houston, Ohio Bobcats
CB: Quinyon Mitchell, Toledo Rockets
CB: Jordan Oladokun, Bowling Green Falcons
S: Michael Dowell, Miami (OH) RedHawks
S: Emmanuel McNeil-Warren, Toledo Rockets
Flex-D: Tyler Potts, Ball State Cardinals

Special Teams

K: Graham Nicholson, Miami (OH) RedHawks
P: Lucas Borrow, Ball State Cardinals
RS: Jacquez Stuart, Toledo Rockets

Offensive Player Spotlight: TE Harold Fannin Jr., Bowling Green

Fannin’s 88.2 grade this season was the highest in the nation among tight ends. He also led the position with 2.82 yards per route run. The sophomore’s 389 yards after the catch trailed only Brock Bowers among FBS tight ends in 2023.

Defensive Player Spotlight: CB Quinyon Mitchell, Toledo

Mitchell was the highest-graded cornerback in college football last season, earning a 92.5 mark. He continued that success this year with a 91.5 grade, ranking second. The junior forced 18 incompletions, the most in the FBS.

Offensive Line Spotlight: Western Michigan Broncos

Western Michigan’s offensive line earned a 79.7 grade this season, ranking fifth among Group of Five schools. The Broncos’ 85.9 run-blocking grade trailed only Air Force in the Group of Five and was 12 points better than the next-closest MAC team.

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