February 9, 2008
PITTSBURG, PA - Virginia Union University offensive lineman Kynneth Moses (6-2/260/JR/Chesapeake, VA) has been named to the American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) 2007 SBN Sports Black College All-American (BCAA) Team. Moses is the only CIAA player selected to the premier All-American team of Black College football. He will be honored during the annual BCAA Awards Weekend Feb. 15-16 in Atlanta, GA.
Moses anchored an offensive line that allowed VUU to lead the conference in total offense, posting an average of 399.5 yards per game.
Eighteen schools are represented on the list, led by three honors for the SBN Black College National Champion Tuskegee Golden Tigers.
Special recognition was given to quarterback Jacary Atkinson of Tuskegee, who was named SBN Sports Doug Williams Offensive Player of the Year. Bethune Cookman linebacker Ronnie McCullough was named the SBN Sports Mel Blount Defensive Player of the Year, and Tuskegee head coach Willie Slater was named SBN Sports Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year.
The 2007 SBN Sports Black College All-American Team will be honored at the 34th annual BCAA Awards Banquet on Saturday, Feb. 16 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis. Master of Ceremonies for the event is Comedian/Actor Anthony Anderson, who appeared in The Departed and Hustle & Flow, among other films. Anderson will be joined on the stage by co-hosts Ty Miller, SBN Director of Sports and On-Air Personality Anji Corley.
The Black College All-American Awards Weekend (BCAA) recognizes and celebrates the academic and athletic achievements of student athletes who play football at America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Weekend activities include a welcoming reception, an NFL "Skull Session" brunch and the gala awards ceremony. In addition to the honorees, their families and event sponsors, a number of past and present NFL players are expected to attend.
BCAA honorary committee members include Lem Barney, Mel Blount, Robert Brazile, Ken Burrough, Harry Carson, Nesby Glasgow, L.C. Greenwood, James Harris, Larry Little, Greg Lloyd, Eddie Robinson Jr., Art Shell, Rick Upchurch, Everson Walls, Doug Williams and Rayfield Wright.