Allenzae Staggers set New Orleans Bowl records with 11 catches for 230 yards.
Cameron Tom, Dylan Bradley and D'Nerius Antoine were each first-team selections.
Southern Miss opens the 2016 season by registering the largest comeback in school history at Kentucky.
Conference USA announced its 2016 All-Conference football teams Tuesday and Southern Miss had 12 players recognized in a vote conducted by the league's 13 head coaches.
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Preseason First-Team All-Conference USA/Athlon’s (2016)
All-Conference USA Honorable Mention (2015)
Heart of Dallas Bowl: Had three tackles, all solo, including a tackle for a 1-yard loss, against Washington (12/26)…Also forced a fumble against the Huskies.
2015 (Junior): Appeared in all 14 games, starting 13 at defensive end…Topped Golden Eagles with 6.5 sacks and led all defensive linemen with 47 tackles (30 solo), including 12.5 tackles for loss…Total tackles ranked seventh on the team, while tackles-for-loss total was second…Had season-high eight tackles against Austin Peay (9/12); finished with seven tackles against North Texas (10/3) and five at Louisiana Tech (11/28)…Led team with six quarterback hurries, while adding two pass breakups.
2014 (Sophomore): Played in eight games, making four starts on the year ... Played in the first three games of the season before being sidelined with an injury ... Returned to the lineup against North Texas and notched starts against Louisiana Tech, UTEP, Marshall and UTSA before missing the finale with an injury ... Recorded 29 tackles on the year with 12 solo tackles and 17 assisted stops ... Boasted 5.0 tackles for loss including 3.0 sacks ... Notched sacks against Mississippi State, North Texas and Louisiana Tech, while adding TFLs against UTEP and Marshall ... Forced a fumble against LA Tech, while recording quarterback hurries against Mississippi State and LA Tech ... Recorded a season-high eight tackles at UTEP ... Fielded a kickoff and returned it 11 yards against Mississippi State in the season opener.
2013 (Freshman): Played in 11 games as a rookie, making one start ... Made collegiate debut in the season opener against Texas State ... Earned first start on the road in the season finale against UAB ... Finished the year with 52 tackles, including 24 solo stops ... Notched 4.5 tackles for loss for 14 total yards ... Had a season-best 13 tackles, including a season-high nine solo tackles against Middle Tennessee ... Had a fumble recovery in the Golden Eagles' 62-27 victory over UAB ... Registered quarterback hurries against East Carolina and Middle Tennessee ... Blocked a kick against Marshall ... Had a pair of kickoff returns for 31 yards, including a season-long 18-yard return against the Blue Raiders.
High School: Three star recruit and No. 11 in Mississippi by 247sports.com ... Also rated by the site as the nation's No. 40 strong-side defensive end ... Three star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com and No. 10 in Mississippi by Rivals ... Played for coach Tyrone Shorter at Noxubee County High School ... Helped lead the Tigers to a perfect 16-0 season and the Class 4A State Championship ... His team ranked No. 1 in the Clarion-Ledger Super 10 ... Named the MHSAA Class 4A All-State Defensive Player of the Year and to the All-State Defensive Team by the Clarion-Ledger ... Named the Columbus Dispatch's Defensive Player of the Year ... Participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game ... Tallied 169 tackles and 21 sacks in his sophomore and junior seasons ... Added 96 tackles and 21.5 sacks as a senior ... Also caught one pass, a 12-yard touchdown snag against Starkville HS ... Had four-sack performances in two games during his senior season.
Personal: Full name is Dylan De'Osha Bradley ... Son of Brenda Bradley and Carl Mickens ... Has two brothers -- Carl Mickens Jr. and Jeffery Simmons -- and two sisters -- Ashley Bradley and Brooke Simmons ... Uncle, Jason Hatcher, played football at Grambling and currently plays in the NFL with the Washington Redskins ... Born on Feb. 4, 1995 in Jena, La. ... Majoring in sport management.