Six Roadrunners honored by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football

LEWISVILLE, Texas — Six UTSA players have been honored with the unveiling of the 2023 Dave Campbell’s Texas Football All-Texas College Teams and postseason awards.

Frank Harris was named Best Quarterback and a first-team honoree and wide receiver Devin McCuin was voted Offensive Freshman of the Year. Additionally, wide receiver Joshua Cephus and edge rusher Trey Moore joined Harris on the first team, while cornerback Kam Alexander and safety Rashad Wisdom made the second team.

Harris was chosen as Best Quarterback and he was named to the All-Texas College First Team for the second straight season. The two-time first-team all-conference performer and 2021 Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Offensive Player of the Year has completed 218 of 336 passes for 2,506 yards and 18 touchdowns and also rushed for 323 yards and four TDs in 10 contests in his final campaign. The Schertz Clemens High School product has eclipsed the 300-yard mark through the air three times, including throwing for 411 yards and three TDs and adding 112 and three scores on the ground for a program-record 523 yards of offense in the 49-21 win over South Florida for which he earned Davey O’Brien, Earl Campbell Tyler Rose and AAC Offensive Player of the Week accolades.

McCuin has emerged as one of the Roadrunners’ top receiving targets in his true freshman season. The Jacksonville, Texas, native has caught 39 passes for 518 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 13.3 yards per receptions. He had a pair of catches for 77 yards, including a 72-yard score, against Army and he piled up a season-high 94 receiving yards and a TD on six receptions in the 49-34 victory at Temple. He hauled in five passes for 64 yards in a road triumph over Florida Atlantic and he caught seven balls for 91 yards and a touchdown in the 49-21 win against South Florida. He is 60 yards shy of the program record for most receiving yards by a freshman of 578 set by Kam Jones in 2011.

Cephus, a second-team All-Texas College selection last year, earned a spot on the first team this fall. The senior from Houston has caught 82 passes for 1,049 yards and nine touchdowns in 12 starts. A first-team All-American Athletic Conference pick this season, he has logged three 100-yard games in 2023, including a career-high 183 on only four receptions in the 41-27 victory over East Carolina. He had nine catches for 163 yards and a score in the 49-21 win over South Florida and he caught nine passes for 123 yards and a TD against Houston. He currently ranks second in the AAC in receiving yards and third in both receptions per game (6.8) and receiving TDs.

Moore, a redshirt sophomore from Smithson Valley High School earned his first career All-Texas College accolades after who being named American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-conference last week. The three-time AAC Defensive Player of the Week has posted 45 total tackles, including 30 solo stops, 17.5 tackles for loss and a school-record 14 sacks — only 0.5 shy of the AAC single-season record — to help lead UTSA to an 8-4 overall record and a 7-1 league mark this fall. A Freshman All-American by three organizations last year, he also has three pass breakups, a trio of quarterback hurries, one interception, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Moore currently leads the conference in sacks (1.17) and tackles for loss (1.5) per game, categories in which he ranks third and sixth nationally, respectively.

Alexander earned a spot on the second team in his debut campaign with the Roadrunners. A first-team all-league selection last week, the junior from Manvel, Texas, has registered 33 total tackles, 31 solo stops, one tackle for loss, a team-high 13 pass breakups, an interception and a quarterback hurry. He has forced 12 incompletions and earned an 80.9 NFL passing rating against and an 80.0 grade for defensive coverage from Pro Football Focus. He has recorded six tackles in a game twice this season, including in the 49-34 victory at Temple, and he broke up a season-high three passes versus Tennessee.

Wisdom collected his third career All-Texas College Team award after garnering first-team all-league honors for the third time last week. The senior from Converse Judson High School has recorded 58 total tackles, 47 solo stops, two sacks, five pass breakups and a forced fumble in 12 starts this fall. He has made five-plus tackles in seven games this year, including eight unassisted in the 49-21 triumph over South Florida and seven total stops against No. 18 Tulane. He owns the school records for total (312) and solo (226) tackles.

The complete list of honorees can be found at

UTSA (8-4) will make its fourth straight and fifth overall bowl appearance when it faces Marshall (6-6) in the Scooter’s Coffee Frisco Bowl on Tuesday, Dec. 19. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. at Toyota Stadium and the game will be televised nationally on ESPN.

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