Dabo Swinney named honorary coach of 2019 AFCA Good Works team


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Dabo Swinney named honorary coach of 2019 AFCA Good Works team

The American Football Coaches Association announced today that Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney has been named honorary head coach of 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team for his leadership in the Clemson community and commitment to giving back.

Swinney is the sixth member of the Clemson program all-time to earn an AFCA Good Works Team distinction, joining Robert Carswell (1999), Nick Eason (2000), Xavier Dye (2009), Deshaun Watson (2016) and Sean Pollard (2018).

Since 2009, the Swinney family and Dabo’s All In Team Foundation have given nearly $5 million back to communities and programs in the state.

Team list:

Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)

Koby Quansah, Duke University

Denzel Goolsby, Kansas State University

James Smith-Williams, NC State University

Connor Wedington, Stanford University

Isaiah Sanders, U.S. Air Force Academy

Marcel Dancy, University of California

Jake Fromm, University of Georgia

Bryce Torneden, University of Kansas

Landon Young, University of Kentucky

Tre Tipton, University of Pittsburgh

Spencer Eason-Riddle, University of South Carolina

Combined Divisions (FCS, II, III & NAIA)

Danny Munoz, Bethel University (Minn.)

George Hatalowich, Davidson College

Ryan Landis, Frostburg State University

Josh Pearson, Jacksonville State University

Aaron Feazelle, Mississippi College

Jacob Katzer, Morningside College

Ben Ellefson, North Dakota State University

Ben Bartch, Saint John’s University (Minn.)

Dante Olson, University of Montana

Ryan Oliver, Utica College (NY)

Luke Bevilacqua, Wayne State University (Mich.)

Honorary Head Coach

Dabo Swinney, Clemson

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