For the past 30 years, All State and the American Football Coaches Association have teamed up to recognize college football players who make a difference in their communities. On Monday morning, Pitt announced that senior long snapper Cal Adomitis has been nominated.
— Pitt Football (@Pitt_FB) July 26, 2021
According to the AFCA website, “Sports information directors – from divisions across the nation – nominated 109 student-athletes with stories of exemplary community service, alongside their academic dedication and impact on and off the field.”
Adomitis and the 108 other college football players across the NCAA divisions and the NAIA will be voted upon to make up the 22-man team that will be announced in September.
Adomitis, a Central Catholic graduate, has started at long snapper for the Panthers since coming in as a freshman in 2017. He has played in 50 career games with Pitt, and will join the team again this season thanks to the extra year of eligibility allowed by the NCAA.