Guntersville football legend Jordan Bentley of Alabama A&M has now been named first-team All-American on two teams — FCS All-American by HERO Sports and BOXTOROW.
The AFCA Football Championship Subdivision Coaches selected Bentley on the second team.
He made third team on the Stats FCS All-American Team.
The Bulldog running back is the only representative of the Southwestern Athletic Conference on the FCS HERO Sports and Coaches All-American teams.
The most prolific running back in Bulldog history closed out his collegiate career with a record-breaking season. The 6-foot-1, 217-pounder — the 2016 SWAC Freshman of the Year — rushed for an Alabama A&M single-season record 1,483 yards and 18 touchdowns.
Bentley’s other Alabama A&M records are career rushing yards (3,204), single-game rushing yards (245), rushing touchdowns (18), career touchdowns (43), single-season points (122) and career points (260).
Earlier this month, Bentley graduated magna cum laude from AAMU with a bachelor of science in civil engineering. He epitomized the term student-athlete by finishing with a 3.7 grade-point average.