Cambridge native and UW-Whitewater senior linebacker Jace Rindahl has been named 1st team little all-american by the associated press.
Whitewater kicker Jeff Schebler made the second team and Poynette graduate and Minnesota-Duluth defensive back Tyler Yelk was also named to the second team.
Mount Union running back Nate Kmic, college football's career rushing leader, and quarterback Ted Schlafke from Division II national champion Minnesota Duluth highlighted the AP Little All-America Team released Thursday.
Kmic raised his career rushing total to 7,986 career yards with 310 game in last week's Division III semifinal victory against Wheaton. He broke the career NCAA rushing record set last season by Danny Woodhead of Chadron State.
Bernard Scott from Abilene Christian was the other All-American running back. He won the Harlon Hill Trophy as best player in Division II.
The Little All-America Team is comprised of the top players in Division II, III and NAIA.