GREENVILLE, S.C. — Furman tailback Devin Wynn has been named to the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) FCS National Performer of the Year Trophy Watch List, it was announced today.
Wynn was among 44 standouts named to the CFPA Watch List.
The winner will be announced on January 12, 2022.
A two-time All-Southern Conference selection at tailback, Wynn has registered playing time in 42 games and made 24 starts as a Paladin, rushing for 2,468 yards and 25 touchdowns. In 2019 he averaged a league leading 6.6 yards per carry among running backs while totaling 1,182 rushing yards and 14 scores, highlighted by a career best 217-yard, three-touchdown performance in a 58-14 road win over Samford.
The 6-foot, 211-pound, Greensboro, Ga., product heads into the 2021 season ranked ninth in Furman history in rushing and 10th in rushing touchdowns (25).
He was recently voted by his teammates to serve as a team co-captain this fall and has been named to Stats Perform Preseason FCS All-America team.
Furman kicks off its 2021 campaign on Sept. 4 when it plays host to North Carolina A&T in a 2:00 p.m. contest at Paladin Stadium.
2021 CFPA FCS National Performer of the Year Trophy Watch List:
Aqeel Glass (QB), Alabama A&M
Karl Mofor (RB), Albany
Jeff Undercuffler (QB), Albany
Draylen Ellis (QB), Austin Peay
E.J. Perry (QB), Brown
Tyler Hudson (WR), Central Arkansas
Breylin Smith (QB), Central Arkansas
Jack Cook (QB), Dayton
Nolan Henderson (QB), Delaware
Dejoun Lee (RB), Delaware
Joe Mischler (QB), Duquesne
Eric Barriere (QB), Eastern Washington
Quay Holmes (RB), ETSU
Tim DeMorat (QB), Fordham
Devin Wynn (RB), Furman
Kevin Brown (RB), Incarnate Word
Cameron Ward (QB), Incarnate Word
Zerrick Cooper (QB), Jacksonville State
Percy Agyei-Obese (RB), JMU
Ethan Ratke (K), JMU
Joe Fagnano (QB), Maine
Juwon Farri (RB), Monmouth
Tony Muskett (QB), Monmouth
Dai’Jean Dixon (WR), Nicholls State
Juwan Carter (QB), Norfolk State
Jah-Maine Martin (RB), North Carolina A&T
Otis Weah (RB), North Dakota
Scooter Adams (RB), Northwestern State
Julius Chestnut (RB), Sacred Heart
Liam Welch (QB), Samford
Jequez Ezzard (WR), Sam Houston State
Eric Schmid (QB), Sam Houston State
Isaiah Davis (RB), South Dakota State
Pierre Strong, Jr. (RB), South Dakota State
Cole Kelley (QB), Southeastern Louisiana
Geno Hess (RB), Southeast Missouri
Stone Labanowitz (QB), Southern Illinois
Xavier Gipson (WR), Stephen F. Austin
Hunter Rodrigues (QB), UC Davis
Justin Covington (RB), Villanova
Daniel Smith (QB), Villanova
Jakob Herres (WR), VMI
Seth Morgan (QB), VMI
Josh Davis (RB), Weber State