11-13-07 - Southeastern Oklahoma State's Daniel Nichols and Bernard Daniel highlighted a seven-man class of honorees for Storm football by the Lone Star Conference North Division, as announced by the conference office.
SOSU placed two players on the first team, and five others on the second team.
Nichols was a first team selection at wide receiver after finishing one of Southeastern's best ever single-season efforts from a wide receiver. He compiled 818 yards on 59 catches with seven touchdowns. He posted three 100-plus yard receiving games, culminating in a 183 yard and three TD game against East Central in the final game of the season.
Daniel earned first team honors at safety after wrapping up the season with a team-best 95 tackles, the best single season tackle total for an SOSU defender since 2001. He also added three interception s, all of which came in defense of the red zone.
The Storm placed five athletes on the second team, with Brandon Covington and Jerrod Temple on offense and Jeremiah Spencer, Johnny Seals and Jairus Martin on defense.
Covington finished the year as SOSU's number two receiver, amassing 495 yards on 41 catches with two touchdowns. He was also the number three rusher, finishing with 11 carries for 107 yards and a score.
Temple was SOSU's top tight end, hauling in 18 passes for 229 yards and two TD's.
Spencer was the top tackler on the defensive line for the Storm, finishing the season with 45 tackles, including 8.5 TFL's and 2.5 sacks. He also had an interception, two pass breakups and two quarterback hurries.
Seals finished the year with 43 tackles from the rover position, including 4.0 tackles for loss. He also added three interceptions, all of which came against East Central in the final game of the season.
Martin was the number three ta c kler on the squad, finishing the year with 49 stops. Those included 3.0 tackles for loss. He also racked up four interceptions, returning one of those 65 yards for a touchdown against Texas A&M-Comerce.
Two other players, Jerome Hewitt and Noble Polk, earned honorable mention recognition.
Hewitt was the top kick returner in the conference, averaging 28.1 yards per return on 27 returns with one touchdown.
Polk finished the year with 26 tackles, 3.0 sacks and 0.5 sacks. He also had two quarterback hurries and a fumble recovery.
Southeastern finished the year with a 4-6 record, but posted a 3-2 record in Lone Star Conference North Division play to earn a share of its fourth-straight North Division title.