Several Troy Trojan football players wrapped up the 2013
season by collecting individual post-season honors.
Freshman running back Jordan Chunn was named to the
College Football News’ Freshman All-America Team as an
honorable mention selection.
Chunn, a Huntsville native, set a TROY freshman record
with 14 rushing touchdowns. The 14 touchdowns were the
most in the country by a freshman running back, the 14th
most overall in the NCAA and the third most in a single-
season in TROY history.
Chunn accounted for TROY’s two longest rushes of the
season with a 47-yard run against Texas State and a 42-yard
run against Louisiana-Monroe. He finished the season with
514 rushing yards on 128 carries.
The Trojans also placed 10 players selected to All-Sun
Belt Conference teams, which are selected by coaches and
select media members.
Offensive lineman Terrence Jones, defensive lineman
Cameron Hudson, quarterback Corey Robinson and wide
receiver Eric Thomas were all named to the All-Sun Belt
First Team. The Trojans have now had a Sun Belt best 45
players named to the All-Sun Belt First Team since joining
the league in 2004.
Offensive lineman Evan McKissack, defensive linemen
Antonio Gillespie and Tyler Roberts and punter/place
kicker Will Scott were named to the Second Team. Chunn
and wide receiver Bryan Holmes were honorable mention
In addition, four Trojans were selected to represent
TROY in the inaugural Medal of Honor Bowl in
Charleston, S.C. in January. Quarterback Corey Robinson,
wide receiver Eric Thomas, defensive tackle Antonio
Gillespie and safety Camren Hudson will play in the game
on Jan. 11.
The Medal of Honor Bowl is a premier all-star game
that features the nation’s top draft-eligible college football
players as projected for the NFL draft. The game honors
the Congressional Medal of Honor recipients and the
game’s beneficiary, The Wounded Warrior Project.
TROJANS SELECTED FOR POST-SEASON HONORS