2023 College Football FCS All-America Team: North Dakota State QB Cam Miller, South Dakota State RB Isaiah Davis and more

2NHFAPB FRISCO, TX - JANUARY 08: North Dakota State Bison quarterback Cam Miller (7) throws a pass against the South Dakota Jackrabbits during the FCS Championship game on January 08, 2023 at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX. (Photo by Adam Davis/Icon Sportswire) (Icon Sportswire via AP Images)

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 FCS All-America team, as voted on by 13 PFF analysts and data collectors.

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QB: Cam Miller, North Dakota State Bison
RB: Isaiah Davis, South Dakota State Jackrabbits
WR: Dymere Miller, Monmouth Hawks
WR: Jalen Coker, Holy Cross Crusaders
WR: Ty James, Mercer Bears
TE: Cam Grandy, Illinois State Redbirds
LT: Luke Newman, Holy Cross Crusaders
LG: Donny Ventrelli, North Dakota Fighting Hawks
C: Gus Miller, South Dakota State Jackrabbits
RG: Omar Aigbedion, Montana State Bobcats
RT: Marcus Wehr, Montana State Bobcats


DI: Thor Griffith, Harvard Crimson
DI: Levi Drake Rodriguez, Texas A&M-Commerce Lions
EDGE: Anton Juncaj, Albany Great Danes
EDGE: Steven Parker, Incarnate Word Cardinals
LB: Jacob Dobbs, Holy Cross Crusaders
LB: Ozzie Nicholas, Princeton Tigers
CB: Cedarius Doss, Austin Peay Governors
CB: Jaidyn Denis, Elon Phoenix
S: Cole Wisniewski, North Dakota State Bison
S: Omar Emmons, Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils
Flex-D: PJ Jules, Southern Illinois Salukis

Special Teams

K: Caden Bonoffski, William & Mary Tribe
P: Brendan Hall, Montana State Bobcats
RS: Donovan Wadley, Merrimack Warriors

Offensive Player Spotlight: QB Cam Miller, North Dakota State

Miller’s 93.9 grade this season led the FCS. It was the highest mark by an FCS quarterback since PFF began charting the FCS in 2019. The senior led the FCS in turnover-worthy play rate (1.2%) and placed fourth in big-time throw rate (8.9%). His 705 rushing yards ranked fifth among FCS signal-callers, as well.

Defensive Player Spotlight: S Cole Wisniewski, North Dakota State

Wisniewski's 93.4 PFF grade led all FCS defenders this season. He was also one of only two FCS safeties to earn 90.0-plus grades both in run defense and coverage. The senior paced the position with six interceptions, as well.

Offensive Line Spotlight: South Dakota State Jackrabbits

South Dakota State’s offensive line earned an 81.4 grade, ranking second in the FCS. The Jackrabbits' front five was also the only unit to earn 80.0-plus pass-blocking and run-blocking grades.

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