Six Jags Selected To Phil Steele’s All-Sun Belt Postseason Team

December 13, 2012 · By · Filed Under Football 

Romelle Jones and Alex Page give chase to the FAU quarterback during the Jaguars win in 2012.

Phil Steele released his 2012 All-Sun Belt postseason team on on Wednesday. South Alabama was represented well with a total of six players selected and one first-team selection.

Steele publishes the Phil Steele College Football preview each season. He also updates his work throughout the season on his website. He also releases postseason team selections.

Senior linebacker Jake Johnson was the lone Jaguar selected to the All-Sun Belt first-team. Johnson led the league in tackles this past season.

Again, South Alabama only had one player selected for the second-team. Junior defensive lineman Alex Page finished the season with 64 tackles, fifth on the team, with 11.5 tackles for loss, six sacks, two pass breakups and five quarterback hurries.

The Jaguars had four players selected for the fourth-team All-Sun Belt team by Phil Steele. Junior linebacker Enrique Williams, junior defensive back Tyrell Pearson, sophomore punt returner T.J. Glover and two-time Sun Belt Special Teams Player of the Week, senior placekicker Michel Chapuseaux.

Williams finsihed second on the team in tackles and seventh in the conference in tackles. He also recorded one pass breakup, three quarterback hurries, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.

Pearson finshed the season with 40 tackles for eighth on the team. He also recorded three tackles for loss, 11 pass breakups, four interceptions for 94 yards and one forced fumble.

T.J. Glover finished the season with 1,181 all-purpose yards, almost double the next closest Jaguar on the team. He had 642 yards in kick returns, 210 rushing yards, 206 receiving yards and 123 punt return yards in 13 games this season.

Michel Chapuseaux was 20-of-27 in field goal attempts for 74.1% on the season. He had two blocked but connected on a career long 53 yard field goal. Chapuseaux was a perfect 2-for-2 from 50+ yards on the season. He was also a perfect 24-for-24 in PAT attempts.

Congratulations Jaguars!


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