Eastern Washington wide receiver Brandon Kaufman was a unanimous first-team selection on the All-Big Sky Conference football team.
Eastern Washington receiver Brandon Kaufman was a unanimous first-team selection on the All-Big Sky Conference football team announced Tuesday.
Kaufman, a junior from Denver, was one of five Eagles named to the first team. The others were offensive tackle Will Post, linebacker Ronnie Hamlin, cornerback TJ Lee III and kicker Jimmy Pavel. Lee is from West Seattle.
Second-team selections from Eastern included offensive guard Steven Forgette, defensive end Jerry Ceja, linebacker Zach Johnson and safety Allen Brown.
Montana State had six first-team selections.
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From sports-information reports.