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Press release on the UA site about Geir Gudmunsen being voted to the all-american team. I'd guess that would get him a camp invite from an NFL team. I remember JT Herfurth was an all-american and got some camp invites. If I remember right didn't he get hurt in a senior-game bowl type thing?



     Waco, Texas – University at Albany’s Geir Gudmundsen has been voted to the American Football Coaches Association’s 2004 Division I-AA Coaches’ All-America Team, as announced on Thursday, Dec. 16 by the AFCA office. The AFCA has selected an All-America team since 1945. Gudmundsen becomes the second UAlbany player to be chosen at the I-AA level.

     Gudmundsen, a 6-foot-6, 315-pound left tackle, made 44 consecutive starts on the Great Danes’ offensive line during his career. He recently made his fourth straight appearance on the All-Northeast Conference squad, including three years as a first-team selection.

     Gudmundsen, who was voted UAlbany’s top offensive lineman in 2004, helped his team rank seventh nationally among the I-AA leaders in rushing at 254.7 yards per game. The Great Danes ran for 345-plus yards against four opponents, while teammate Nicholas Bazan established single-season school records by a quarterback for rushing yards (1,043) and touchdowns (12).

     UAlbany offensive tackle J.T. Herfurth was named to the AFCA I-AA All-America squad in 2000. Defensive end Matt Caliandro (1998) earned Division II All-America recognition, while offensive tackle Scott Turrin made the Division III team in 1992 and 1994.

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