Cody Schrader

Cody Schrader, football running back, was named a first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). He led all of NCAA football in rushing yards (2,074), rushing yards per game (172.8) and rushing touchdowns (25).

Schrader averaged 6.9 yards per carry and had at least one rushing touchdown in each of the 12 games played during the season. He ran for more than 100 yards in 11 of 12 games and more than 200 yards in five games. He busted runs of 20 or more yards 23 times during the season, had eight runs of 40 or more yards and six runs of 60 or more. His longest scamper of the season was 88 yards in the first meeting with Hillsdale, Sept. 18, and his single-game high was 278 against Missouri S&T, Oct. 9.

Schrader is the 86th selected All-American in Truman football history and first by the AFCA since Jarrett Anderson’s run in 1996.

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