Defensive lineman Luke Schuermann was selected for the AP, AFCA, and All-America teams for NCAA Division III

Johns Hopkins senior defensive lineman Luke Schuermann added yet another honor to his resume as he was named a 2023 Associated Press (AP) First Team All-American for NCAA Division III. This is his third All-America honor this season after also being named to the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), and All-America teams.

Schuermann’s selection to the AP All-America Team this season marks the seventh time an organization has named him to its All-America squad; he earned All-America honors from and the Associated Press in 2021 and 2022.

Schuermann was also one of three Johns Hopkins football players named to the 2023-24 College Sports Communicators (CSC) NCAA Division III Academic All-America Football Team. Schuermann is making his third consecutive appearance on the team. Schuermann was one of three mechanical engineering students earlier named to the CSC Academic All-District team, along with Matthew Konkol (junior, defensive lineman) and Cole Peters (junior, linebacker).

In 2023 Schuermann was a finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, considered college football’s “academic Heisman.”


« GPA:  3.61
« 2023 NFF Scholar-Athlete Class / Campbell Trophy Finalist
« First Team CSC Academic All-American (2021, 2023)
« Second Team CSC Academic All-American (2022)
« Three-Time All-American (2021, 2022, 2023)
« Two-time Associated Press All-American (2021, 2022) and 2023 AFCA All-American
« Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Year (2021, 2022)
« First Team All-Centennial Conference (2021, 2022, 2023)
« Johns Hopkins’ career leader in sacks (34.5) and tackles for loss (62.5) with 177 total tackles

This story was compiled from stories originally published on Hopkins Sports.