Donovan, Potter Named To All-Freshman Team
Donovan caught 31 passes for 553 yards and had two touchdowns last season. He had his redshirt lifted in the fourth game of the year and made six starts during the final eight games. Donovan earned national attention with a nine-catch, 178-yard and two-touchdown performance in the Coyotes double-overtime victory at Northern Iowa. He finished fifth in the Missouri Valley in receiving yards per game (61.4 ypg).
Potter hauled in a 2-yard touchdown in his second collegiate game – the Coyotes’ contest against Kansas. For much of the season, Potter served as the lead blocker for a team that averaged 144 yards rushing per contest. Potter competed in all 12 games and earned four starts.
The College Sports Journal was the first major news organization to begin recognizing an all-freshman team at the FCS level. The team was selected by a blue ribbon panel of FCS experts put together by CSJ executive editor David Coulson and CSJ publisher and managing editor Chuck Burton.
Courtesy: University of South Dakota