Trio of Gamecocks Named to ASUN Football All-Academic Team

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ATLANTA – The ASUN Conference released its first Football All-Academic Team on Tuesday, and three Jacksonville State student-athletes were among the 11 players honored.
 
Junior center Zack Cangelosi, sophomore linebacker Marshall Clark and sophomore defensive lineman Jackson Luttrell were all unanimous selections to the team, which is voted upon by the league’s Sports Information Directors and Academic Advisors. To be nominated, student-athletes must have a minimum 3.30 GPA on a 4.0 scale, completed four semesters of college coursework or 50% of progress towards his degree, participated in 50 percent of the team’s contests and have one year of residence at the institution. Graduate transfers excluded from the residency requirement.
 
Zack Cangelosi
Cangelosi, a center from Harvest, Ala., is currently in graduate school at JSU, where he holds a 4.0 GPA while pursuing a Master’s of Business Administration in General Business. He earned his bachelor’s in Exercise Science and Wellness with a 3.74 GPA. On the field, Cangelosi has been the team’s starting center for the past two seasons, earning all-conference honors in the 2021 spring season. He fought through an injury to start in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games in the 2021 fall season.
 
Marshall Clark
Clark, a third-year sophomore from Munford, Ala., is a biology major with a concentration in Ecology and carries a 3.60 cumulative GPA. On the field, the linebacker led the Gamecocks in tackles and earned all-conference honors in the spring of 2021 and was one of the team’s top tacklers again in the fall season. Despite only playing seven games due to an injury, Clark was fourth on the team in tackles with 52 and also forced a pair of fumbles.
 
Jackson Luttrell
Luttrell is also a third-year sophomore for the Gamecocks. The Rainbow City, Ala., native holds a 3.74 GPA while pursuing his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science and Wellness with a Clinical Concentration. The defensive lineman has also fought an injury in the 2021 season but has seen action in nine games, starting four of them. He has notched 21 tackles, two for a loss and a sack.
 
 
 

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