Former Wiregrass Ranch football star Chris Faddoul, now a rising senior punter at Florida A&M University (FAMU), has garnered preseason All-American honors from the College Sports Journal Preseason FCS (Football Championship Series) All-America Team.
The Wesley Chapel native averaged 46 yards a punt in 2019, and led the nation in total punt yardage last season, with 1,841, placing 19 balls inside the 20. He received BOXTOROW, Associated Press, STATS FCS, AFCA and Black College All-American honors last season.
At Wiregrass Ranch, Faddoul was a multi-sport standout, playing football, soccer, tennis, and also competing in track & field. As a senior in the 2016 season, Faddoul guided the Bulls to a state playoff appearance, as the team’s starting quarterback, kicker and punter.
It is unclear when Faddoul will see his first action because of changing fall football schedules due to COVID-19.
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